Traditional Indian Ceremony

Traditional Indian Wedding at Samode Palace

Rajasthani Folk Dancers, Crystal Jhoomars, & Candles Abound

Several years ago, Swati attended an all-girls school called Tiffin Girls School and Kamlesh went to the all-boys school called Tiffin Boys School. Both schools had one shared course together and as fate had it, they ended up being in the same class. What started off as a great friendship developed into a beautiful relationship throughout university and after, which lasted almost ten years before they decided to tie the knot.

Swati and Kamlesh had a beautiful destination wedding at Samode Palace in Jaipur, India, known for its 475-year-old history and stunning aura. “We knew Samode was where we'd get married the instant we set foot inside the palace. Every corner of Samode oozes rustic charm, elegance, and beauty whilst remaining subtle,” said Swati. The wedding celebrations started with the Mehendi, giving guests a taste of India with Rajasthani folk dancers as entertainment, followed by a Phoolon ki Holi. That same evening was the Sangeet. Designer Events Inc. choreographed the entries for the couple. As sparklers lined their way to the dance floor, Swati entered on “Kithe Reh Gaya” and Kamlesh entered with a reply to “Tenu Leke”—guests were surely spellbound! The venue was designed for royalty—maroon was the color of the evening and elephants were the motif. Candles, red roses, and several crystal jhoomars filled the palace.

“Designer Events Inc. were the glue that held our wedding together. They planned and decorated our wedding meticulously. They paid attention to every detail and took our breath away with the décor at every event. We couldn't thank DEI enough for working tirelessly to make our dream a reality, going above and beyond to make sure our wedding looked and felt magical,” said Swati.

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