Indian weddings aren’t typically ON the beach. They’re usually overlooking the beach. Why?
- Wind: If it’s windy, the fire required for a Hindu ceremony can be difficult to light/stay lit.
- Noise: It’s difficult to control ambient noise from other resort guests/the public enjoying the beach.
- Saris: Saris and sand don’t mix well.
- Chairs: Chairs in the sand are uneven and uncomfortable for guests to sit through a 1 hour + ceremony.
See photos below from two beachfront Indian weddings: one wedding is level with the beach and the other is elevated.
Which do you prefer? Let us know in the comments below.
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Leave your comments below: what do you prefer – a beach level ceremony or an elevated ceremony?