Having a 250-person Dry, Indian Wedding and Having a Hard Time Meeting the Venue’s F&B Minimum? Things You Can Do.

Not every Indian or South Asian wedding has 350+ guests and an open bar. South Asian weddings are immersed in religious ceremonies. As such some weddings and pretty much all Muslim wedding receptions in particular, are dry, meaning there is … Continue reading Having a 250-person Dry, Indian Wedding and Having a Hard Time Meeting the Venue’s F&B Minimum? Things You Can Do.

Gazebo vs. Non-Gazebo Mandaps at Indian Weddings: Framework for Venue and Decor Decisions at Indian Weddings

One of the most iconic and visible aspects of an Indian wedding is the mandap which only applies to Hindu, Jain and Sikh weddings or the altar. There are SO many styles and designs and really there’s no limit to … Continue reading Gazebo vs. Non-Gazebo Mandaps at Indian Weddings: Framework for Venue and Decor Decisions at Indian Weddings

Don’t Want to Serve Lunch At Your Indian Wedding, But Also Don’t Want Guests To Be Hungry Through Your Wedding Ceremony? Here’s an Idea or Two.

One of the most commonly debated aspects couples have while planning their Indian wedding is whether or not to serve lunch after the wedding ceremony. It’s a really nice thing to do. Plus it’s fun as offers more time to … Continue reading Don’t Want to Serve Lunch At Your Indian Wedding, But Also Don’t Want Guests To Be Hungry Through Your Wedding Ceremony? Here’s an Idea or Two.

Thinking About Getting Into The Indian Wedding Market? Essentials That Venues Must Accommodate To Host Indian Weddings.

Indian weddings are large, elaborate events that take place over multiple days. Actually the celebrations really start the weekend before the actual wedding with activity and buzz throughout the hosts’ homes. Guests – relatives – from afar start arriving early … Continue reading Thinking About Getting Into The Indian Wedding Market? Essentials That Venues Must Accommodate To Host Indian Weddings.