How to Plan a Hindu Wedding

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To plan a Hindu wedding ceremony, check with the temple about the rites of marriage, plan what the garlands will look like, choose rich-colored wedding colors, and incorporate the circle of flames tradition. Use a lot of bright colors for a Hindu wedding ceremony with help from a wedding and event coordinator in this free video on wedding planning.

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Interested in planning your Hindu ceremony? I'm Rachelle Saenz here to give you a tip on how. Before you begin planning, remember to check with your temple first as rites of marriage vary considerably. Then begin the planning. A Hindu ceremony can be lots of fun and the decor and all that goes around it is very important. A lot of the time things, the decor, really play up to rituals of the Hindu ceremony. For instance, planning of the garlands. During the ceremony the bride and groom will exchange garlands which they'll place around their neck. Think about how you would like these to look as you'll be wearing them for almost the rest of the evening. There's also things that come into play as so far as attire. Women will choose beautiful saris in which they'll change several times throughout the evening and men will have an accompany minute as well. Color makes a difference. You want to choose rich colors and lots of gold tones as it is a sign of wealth from the families. The beginning of the ceremony, think about where you want to place your circle of flames. This is something that's very traditional in the Hindu ceremony at the end the fire's lit in the very beginning and a tree is planted as well. At the end of the Hindu ceremony, couples will take a walk around the circle to show their wealth and also to show their friendship. These are tips and trends that are common in Hindu ceremonies. I'm Rachelle Saenz giving you the tips on how to plan your Hindu ceremony.

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