How to have a fun haldi ceremony?
Gone are those days when the haldi ceremony was just a ceremony on the wedding day’s morning. Plus, after a crazy cocktail night, it also gets difficult to wake up early the next morning which usually people ditch too. But now things have changed the haldi ceremony has transformed from dull homely-occasion that lasts only for an hour into an exciting celebration filled with vibrant colours and crazy moments which will be remembered forever by your guests. Nowadays it goes all day long that helps the families and friends from both sides to mingle with each other before the wedding day.
If you are also wishing to have the same kind of Haldi ceremony then here we are to help you to make your Haldi more engaging and fun:
Firstly, brides and grooms should have a combined Haldi celebration rather than having it individually. Both the families should come together and make it a fun ceremony. Also, invite your close squad to as it’s a close-knit ceremony wherein only the closest get invited. Do invite your cool friends who will go crazy with you at the ceremony. Trust us, the party mood will be set by the guests only.
Do invite your cool friends who will go crazy with you at the ceremony. Trust us, the party mood will be set by the guests only.
You can also plan a dress code that will look great in pictures as well. You can go for yellow and white or mix of both that will surely add a fun vibe to the function.
To make it go really crazy, you can transform it into a Holi Party. But, don’t forget to use just organic colours as the couple as well as the guests have a wedding to attend to and all of you can’t compromise with the way you all will look. Also, if you are not a fan of Holi and colours and still want to add a similar vibe to it then you can get loads of flowers and play with it. This will not only give you a Holi feel but will also keep your skin and hair safe!
Last, but not the least don’t forget to call a dhol wala who will surely make the guests go crazy and dance onto its tunes.