When you decide to tie the knot in a fabulous destination like Udaipur, there is no doubt that it shall make your nuptials the most important day of your life. While you would obviously want everything to just be perfect; you have to admit you need a bit of help to make it all happen. Let our destination wedding planners aid you in choosing accessories that would complement your ceremony in the best way!
It is what the name says. When the Indian bride enters the mandap, she is brought under the Phoolon ki chadar carried by the bride’s brothers. It is beautifully decorated with different kinds of flowers. Although, it depends on the taste of people how heavy they want it to be.
The concept of doli has completely been changed with the passage of time. Now the car, in which the bride goes to the place of her in-laws or wherever she would live after her married life, is fully decorated.
The center of the head where your hair is partitioned is called maang and the jewel that gives it definition and beautifies it is called tikka, hence the name. It is worn by brides and makes her stand out of the crowd which is already studded with jewelry and gold. A maang tikka can be of different designs, but if you want to go bolder, you can always choose a bigger tikka. Tikkas with kundan are the ones which go along with almost every outfit and color. So, in case you forget about it or keep it for the last moment, kundan tikkas can be your last resort.
Primarily a Punjabi tradition, Choora is a set of bangles worn by brides on her wedding day and after the marriage for a period of time also. It is usually red and white but in this new wave of fashion, many brides replace the color red with some other color.
Kaleere are the designer accessory worn with the choora by the bride-to-be on the morning of her wedding day. Nowadays brides are customizing their Kaleere according to their choice. It depends on person to person how heavy they want the Kaleere to be or of what material they want it to be of. They are mostly gold colored and shiny.
The famous song “Dulhe ka Sehra” has given the headgear the importance it deserves. Sehra covers the groom’s face making it yet another substantial accessory in an Indian wedding. Grooms are now choosing high end sehras over the basic plastic ones, the ones that are decorated with beads or pearls.
The most popular ceremony of an Indian wedding – Jaimala/Vermala is a garland made out of flowers which the bride and the groom make each other wear around the neck, making it the first step to be done before other rituals. It’s not just jewelry that is an essential accessory in your destination wedding in Udaipur but there are many more! With accessories we help you add a little extra touch to your dream wedding you always thought you would have!