Universally, a wedding is about three C'sóceremony, commitment, and celebration and at Asian Wedding Services we aspire to include these in every part of the ceremony.
A typical wedding timeline can be summarized as follows:
Day 1: Mehndi or Haldi Ceremony
Day 2: Sangeet
Sangeet literally translates to "sung together," and while it was originally exclusively women, modern times welcome men into the mix so this is sometimes the first time both sides of the wedding party are meeting. With dancing, songs, good food, and jokes about in-laws as common happenings, it's almost like a mini-reception before the official reception on the following night.
Day 3: Muslim or Hindu Ceremony
The main ceremony usually lasts between an hour and a half and two hours, but the whole day clocks around sixteen
Baraat The groom gets his own processional entrance surrounded by family and friends. He usually rides up in a fancy car, on a horse, or an ELEPHANT.
Milni The groom makes his way to the stage or mandap, to greet his family and the bride's family for the milni.
Celebrations Consisting of