Watch Your Baraat Arrive! Marriott Newport Beach Hotel & Spa

One of the most exciting times for a South Asian bride, is the moments before she steps out to walk down the aisle. The Marriott Newport Beach has two beautiful ceremony venues and she can watch the baraat arrive from both. Not many venues have staging areas situated where she can watch, making it a memorable and unique experience!

Front of the Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa. The fountain in front is a great place to start a baraat and a photo shoot. Photo: Aaron Eye Photography

{Seaview Terrace}

The Seaview Terrace features an adjoining path directly from the baraat area, where guests can seamlessly enter the ceremony space and the families can do the milni. The best part is a bridal staging suite where the bride can peak through and watch as guests arrive and watch part of the baraat! So exciting! Not a lot of venues have a room where the bride can see all the action.

The Sea View Terrace at the Marriott Newport Beach Hotel & Spa; Photo: Samson Productions

{Rose Garden}

Indian, Gujarati and Tamil, Jain and Hindu, wedding ceremony. The groom wearing a sherwani and sera, riding in a convertible arriving to the mandap with the baraat.
Photo: Lin and Jirsa
Photo: Lin & Jirsa

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