Shatabdi & Mohan Mumbai

A Traditional South Indian Marriage Inside The Holy Temple
October 2015

The Story

 

Inside The Holy Temple The tradition of getting married in a holy place like Temple, Mosques, Gurudwara or Church dates back thousands of year ago. Following this tradition, Mohan’s wedlock with Shatabdi happened in an ancient South Indian temple.

Unlike other weddings, theirs was a quiet and simple one. Shatabdi was dressed in a red Kanjivaram saree and was ladened with heavy garlands. She also adorned a mathapatti, gold jhumkas and a pair of thin necklaces. White stands for purity and Mohan’s white attire was perfect for the occasion. The reception night really stood out in this marriage with its impressive décor and location. The bride and the groom got a trumpeting welcome for the reception. The evening stood out in the marriage due to its impressive décor and location. An open-air floral canopy roof had flowers arrangements in a circular pattern. Stylish center chairs with comfortable sofas were placed on each side of the stage with a backdrop of cream drapes, adding a sophisticated touch to the event.

So if you are planning to get married inside the temple, have a look at this simple and inspiring wedding...

Theme
Setting
  • Indoor
Season
  • Summer
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