You Can Personalize Anything At Indian Weddings

Indian weddings are big productions and even more so when you consider all of the personalization that’s possible. From lehenga blouses to buses, couples are branding their weddings more than ever!

Personalization is like accessories for an outfit. It completes the whole event. It’s not necessary and to be honest often impractical, but it is fun! And why not on the biggest celebration of your life!

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It starts with the hashtag. Couples are increasingly creative with their hashtag. A couple years ago it was a single word melding the two names together, but now hashtags are whole phrases! Moreover hashtags aren’t restricted to the couple, but for the bachelor/bachelorette and bridal shower too i.e. bride Renu’s bachelorette hashtag was ##RaesBaes

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PC: Braja Mandala Wedding Photography

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Some couples create a logo to incorporate throughout their wedding week like this cuople’s infinite symbol with their wedding date enclosed.

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PC: Braja Mandala Wedding Photography
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PC: Braja Mandala Wedding Photography This was a pre-wedding cocktail hour where the couple got a custom gobo made to project their logo on the venue’s wall.
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PC: Braja Mandala Wedding Photography This unique baraat with a British style double decker bus customized with their logo, names, and hashtag.
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PC: Pothys Blog Mark the occasion by getting your names embossed into a sari, sari blouse, or achkan.
For Gujarati brides and grooms, if you’re headed to India to go shopping, get personalized dandias!
Indian wedding ceremony programs that doubled as fans placed on each chair
This couple placed program-fans with their personalized tags, on each chair for the wedding ceremony. PC: Greycard Photography
Custom made wire hanger with the bride's new last name ion it.
PC: Greycard Photography Personalized hangers are a nice keepsake. These make great bridal party gifts too!
Indian bride qith friends cheersing before the wedding ceremony.
Another great idea for the bridal party. Each glass has a bridesmaid’s name on it. PC: Greycard Photography
A gobo of the bride and groom's names at their wedding reception.
Personalize with lighting. PC: VEK Photo
And dance floors. Photo: Greycard Photography
And personalized bangles! PC: Greycard Photography
Indian bride and groom cake topper with the clothing designed like the bride and groom's actual lehenga and sherwani
Get cake toppers with outfits that match your real wedding or reception outfits! PC: Greycard Photography
Fun and useful for a sunny, outdoor wedding! PC: Greycard Photography

There’s another way to personalize too. Personalize your wedding for your guests. Here’s how one bride and groom did exactly that.


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cover image: Braja Mandala Wedding Photography

 

 

 

 

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