Wedding Ceremony !!!

Engagement ceremony

Engagement ceremony is one such ceremony which marks the beginning of the wedding concord. It is also known as the Sagai ceremony or Ring ceremony. It is one of the first ceremonies that takes place between the two families and the would-be bride and groom. The engagement ceremony is basically a brief ritual wherein the couple exchanges gold rings. This ensures both the parties that the girl and the boy are now hooked. This is why it is also called the ring ceremony. This is followed by exchange of gifts between the families like sweets, dry fruits etc. this is followed by either a lunch or dinner party.

So the Darbaar Events looks after all the necessary arrangement so that you dont miss out on any detail. 

Tilak ceremony

One of initial wedding ceremonies in India is the Tilak ceremony. It was initially held one month before the actual wedding day, but with changing times people have become quite flexible. The date and time of the Tilak ceremony is decided according to the convenience of both the parties. In other words, it can be said that the commencement of the wedding alliance begins from this ceremony itself. Indian Hindu weddings are very traditional and particular with regard to respective customs and traditions.

Sangeet ceremony

Sangeet is a memorable event for the couple filled with light moments, initially, the sangeet party was organized only by the brides  family but with changing times it is now observed by the grooms family as well. Also, it was a ritual which was only seen in North Indian weddings, but nowadays it is conducted in all Indian marriages as well. So it is important that the event stands out and leaves you with reminiscent memories. We handle everything from venue, decor, food, choreography so that Women enjoy themselves to the fullest, making the environment light.

Mehandi ceremony

Mehandi ceremony has been prevalent since ages and forms such an integral part of the wedding ceremony that it cannot be imagined without it. Furthermore, Mehandi is one of the sixteen adornments of the bride and her beauty is incomplete without it.

 

Mehandi ceremony usually takes place just before marriage. The Darbaar Events aims to make your Mehendi a spectacular event handling every aspect of it.

Var Mala ceremony

Var Mala ceremony is an important main wedding day ceremony. It is also known as Jaimala and basically involves exchange of garlands between the bride and the groom. Like all other customs and rituals, this is also a significant ceremony which finds reference even in the Vedic literature. It is an ancient practice and is still observed in India. The varmala ceremony takes place after the groom reaches the venue for the wedding, along with the baraat.

Once he arrives there, the mother of the bride welcomes him on the doorstep with a pooja thali. She applies tilak and performs aarti to bless him and to ward off any evil. After this the groom proceeds towards the main stage, where he awaits the arrival of the bride. After a while, the bride reaches the spot with a garland in her hands. Seeing this, the groom also stands and is given a garland. All the close relatives, friends and family members flock around the couple, for the ceremony

Mandap Ceremony

Mandap ceremony holds utmost importance on the day of the wedding. This is because all the significant rituals are performed during the mandap ceremony. In India, weddings take place in accordance with the age old customs and traditions. It is a very meticulous process and is fulfilled with the feeling that it is a onetime affair.

There are a number of rituals that take place before, after and on the wedding day itself. Mandap ceremony is also such ritual. After the var mala ceremony is over, the couple is blessed by the elderly people of both the families. This is followed by the mandap ceremony, which is performed under a canopy supported on four pillars. This is called Mandap. It is usually made of bamboo and is decorated with red and silver colors.

So the Darbaar Events looks after all the necessary arrangement so that you dont miss out on any detail. 

Wedding Gift ceremony

Darbaar Events are known for their pomp and show. Guests are anyways treated as gods in India and Darbaar events demonstrate it with an added charm. In Indian weddings, giving gifts forms an integral part of the ceremony. Both the guests and the hosts exchange gifts, in order to express their joy and gratitude. However, while choosing a gift for the novice couple, do keep in mind certain things like which party has invited you, the girls or the boys, your relation, your budget etc.

Vidai Ceremony

Practically everyone dreams of getting married someday to someone. After an individual attains maturity the wait for that perfect individual starts. Some people are lucky to be blessed by the feeling of love while the others wait further, to meet that someone special. Wedding is therefore a cherished moment, which is more of a dream come true. However, after the dream realizes, its time for the bride to leave her house. This emerges out as the most emotional moment for all.

Reception Ceremony

Indian weddings have a charm of their own. As per the tradition the wedding is primarily organized by the brides family, however, the reception might be an exception. Reception ceremony is celebrated just after the main wedding day. It is the first public appearance of the newlywed couple after their marriage. The reception is usually organized by the family of the groom and is a sort of a grand party. The friends and associates mainly from the groom side attend this ceremony. From the bride side, only the close members are invited. This is a celebration time for both the families as they rejoice over their new accord. The reception ceremony also serves as an opportunity for the bride to know the acquaintances and associates of the grooms family. Reception parties are laid with sumptuous food to treat the guests a little more. It is accompanied by good music and ambience to add to the zing.