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Spice up your Baraat!

baraat at Indian wedding

Image Courtesy : Mukul Tahiliani

Indian wedding Baraats are loud and fun. Here are some tips and ideas on how to spice up your Baraat and make it very memorable for your guests to remember. There is a lot more you can add to your Baraat apart from the horse and band to make it truly unique.

  The Baraat is a fun procession where guests are dancing and rejoicing the occasion. As a host it is a great idea to spice up the mood by extending some hospitality and making it very memorable for guests. It is now a trend at Indian weddings to serve refreshments such as soft beverages, tender coconut and mineral water along with cold towels during the Baraat – especially if it is a day time procession. The bridal families are getting into the minutest detail like crafting a special menu of bite sized snacks which can be served during the procession.

Safas for the male guests are part of most Indian weddings. The safas are very bright and add colour to the procession. For a day time Baraat you can arrange for colourful cloth umbrellas for female guests. These are made of Indian fabric and are available in vibrant colours.  These could even act as souvenirs post the procession. A fresh petal shower is also a good way to add colour to the Baraat and make it livelier. A gola or an ice-cream cart along with the procession would be a good idea for summer weddings.

For an evening baraat a display of fireworks and crystal chandeliers are a must. Arranging for a vanity van along with baraat for guests who may want to touch up or refresh before entering the venue would be a great finishing touch!

Author: Candice | Posted on: October 22, 2011 at 4:35 pm | Posted under: Ceremonies, Indian Wedding Ceremonies, Indian Weddings, Wedding Planning, Wedding Tips | Bookmark the permalink | Post a comment or leave a trackback: Trackback URL

One Comment

  1. merafoodchoice
    Posted January 4, 2013 at 5:52 pm | Permalink

    Great article, for barat going by train ,we would take care of your food requirement ,lunch ,breakfast,dinner

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