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Indian weddings are not just about serious rituals and customs. There are various other fun filled moments in traditional Indian wedding ceremonies that lightens the mood and will remain as cherished moments in the coming years. Weddings mark the beginning of a new relationship not just between two individuals, but also between two families. There are various moments of a traditional Indian wedding ceremony that help to build new relationships. If you are planning to celebrate an Indian Wedding, you are in the right place.Indian Wedding and Traditions Babylon Productions offers many different kinds of services that will make you wedding perfect! Indian Wedding Photography, Indian Wedding Videography, Indian Wedding DJ Services, Wedding Limo Services, Wedding Invitations, Wedding Cakes, Wedding Florist, Wedding Decor, Live Musicians. Our photographer and videographers are here to make you look your best and show that you are having the most enjoyable day of your life. Babylon Productions are also here to help you get all the stress off you and make us take care of everything you need to do. Book your Indian Wedding by giving us a call!!

India with such diverse cultural background showcases a variety of fun filled rituals and customs.Indian Wedding Traditions And nowadays, with Hindi movies becoming so popular among everyone, people are even following some of the customs and rituals shown in the movies. Especially movies like 'Hum Apke Hain Koun', which showcases all the rituals associated with Indian weddings. Some of the customs that are a part of a traditional Indian wedding ceremony may be: 'Parsee saalis' takes gifts from their brother-in-law or 'jija' during the ritual of 'haath boravanu', where the groom puts his hands in water and cannot remove them until he pays money to them in Indian Weddings. 'Pag dhovanu' is another such ritual where the groom is threatened with milk on his shoes and 'chero chorvanu' is a ritual in which seven strands of thread tying the couple together are removed on payment. In Gujarati custom the groom's mother-in-law tries to catch his nose on arrival of the 'baraat', as a reminder of the fact that he is taking away their daughter and is now responsible for her happiness in Indian weddings.Indian Wedding Traditions 'Aeki-Beki' is also a very fun-filled ritual among the Gujarati community. A tray or pot of water is mixed with milk and vermilion. A ring and a few coins are thrown into the mixture, and the bride and groom are given seven chances to fish out the ring.

The winner is considered as having a dominating personality and it is predicted amidst much laughter amongst close friends that he or she will rule the roost! In Punjabi custom the brides wear a 'chuda', which is a set of red and ivory bangles given to her by her maternal uncle. This custom is considered good women for the bride as it is said to bring good luck to her in her new home. Punjabi brides wear 'kaleeres'. These are silver or gold plated ornaments tied to the chudas. It is said that the bride has as many friends as there are leaves in the kaleere.

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2008-08-29 13:27:03 by camelbride

Okay, some questions. Here is the situation with our (maybe) caterer.
We asked our favorite Indian restaurant if they would cater for us. They said yes. They have catered before, but not for something as fancy as a wedding. (please note that our wedding, while not fancy, is going to be elegant)
We asked what they could do. Basically, they are going to bring over the big dishes/warmer tin things and set them up. It is going to be buffet, and they even have cards to set up saying exactly what everything is and how spicy. They are going to get us fresh coffee from India also, which has yummy spices in it

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