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6 Jaimala Designs for your Indian Wedding

6 Jaimala Designs for your Indian Wedding

If you go to see, the wedding ceremony begins with exchanging jaimalas. The exchange of garlands between the bride and the groom is an age-old and significant tradition. Jaimala shows that the bride and groom agree to the match and are ready to take each other as husband and wife. The exchange of the varmala signifies marriage and the commencement of the new life together.


You won’t be surprised to see how Jaimalas have evolved over the years – from red roses to mogras, and how people do not shy away from experimenting with the new trends.Here are 6 Jaimala options for your Indian wedding:


1. Everyone is becoming more careful about their choices and eco-friendly options are consciously being included in various wedding elements. This couple went for an open-ended eco-friendly garland. Perhaps being open-ended is the latest trend on the rise?


Image Source: Kindred Weddings


2. According to me, mogras are one of the most sweet-smelling and fragrant flowers. It adds a naturally appealing scent on your person when you incorporate the flower into your look. You can actually opt for a mogra jaimala and it actually looks good with all shades of wedding ensembles.


Image Source: Lumière Wedding Company


3. If you and your partner are hopeless and complete romantics, there is nothing better than jaimalas made of red roses and baby breath. It looks so pretty and lavish.


Image Source: Gautam Khullar Photography


4. If not roses, how about lotus jaimalas? Lotus is a symbol of purity and enlightenment and what’s more pure than the two people coming together to form a bond that lasts forever?


Image Source: Lumière Wedding Company


5. Genda phools (marigolds) are much-loved during Indian weddings. In almost every occasion, it is incorporated as some form of decor. Take it up a notch and the couple can totally rock marigold jaimalas for the wedding ceremony. What’s more, the colour is bright like sunshine which mirrors the happy vibe of the wedding!


Image Source: The Wedding Conteurs


6. Another eco-friendly option is opting for fake flowers. Nowadays, they look as believable as the real deal and what’s more, you can actually play around with more complementing items for the jaimalas.


Image Source: Into Candid Photography


So, to-be-weds, what’s your pick?

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