How do Chandai Events create an
Indian Wedding Ceremony Timeline?
If you have attended a traditional Indian wedding you know it is long, maybe about 2 hours. Considering, most traditional Catholic ceremony with a full mass is about 2 hours as well. We love creating Indian wedding ceremony timeline. As your wedding planner, wedding coordinator, month of coordinator we review all the important details of your Indian wedding. There are many moving beautiful steps to the wedding ceremony. We start from the very beginning with the Baraat, then the Milin and entrances of the ceremony. The Baraat is the arrival of the groom to the bride family. Some grooms come on a horse adorn with amazing Indian wear, others get funky and uses an elephant and some an extoic car. The Milin happens after the Baraat and that is the greeting of the bride family to the groom and his family. The priest has a prayer during this time for the parents. The parents, brothers, and uncles of the couple greet each other with garland, welcoming each other. Of course we make sure your photographer and cinemographer is present during your festive time. You will be looking back and smiling and crying those amazing pictures and videos.
We’d love to create a memorable for you and your family – you can request information by clicking here!