Hindu Traditional Wedding at Muttontown country club

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The Muttontown Club is situated in the beautiful north shore of Long Island, the scenery and natural beauty of The Muttontown Club grounds make for a picturesque backdrop to your wedding. Our photographers and creative style helps these couples to choose the best photograph location options and spaces at this beautiful property. The club have grand ball rooms, welcoming salons and lounges, as well as picture-perfect outdoor spaces for ceremony and reception. For more images, please click Learn More button.

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A traditional Hindu Wedding (Vivaha) is comprised of a series of religious ceremonies and rituals
A lehenga is traditional Indian attire worn for wedding celebrations
Unlike western wedding ceremonies, brides avoid wearing white, as it’s a symbol of mourning
Indian Bride Saree shades of red are popular colors as they represent happiness and good luck to the married couple
Bride wears colorful lehengas are embroidered with intricate gold designs
The bride draped with an extravagant head scarf and a large amount of jewelry.
Indian-American bride and groom
Indian Bride wearing heavy necklaces, dozens of bangles
Indian groom wears a long jacket – called a Sherwani
Indian Groom worn in a color complimentary to the bride – gold or white
Indian Groom wears a traditional turban, or Safa
traditional Indian wedding couples photography
The wedding mandap is a temporary structure
A Hindu marriage is a sacrament

Hindu Wedding- Muttontown Country Club

The Father of the Bride Pours Water Through the Bride's Hand As He Gives Her Away
The moment the father gives the bride away is known as the kanyadaan
In the Hindu tradition, no man can claim a woman until she is offered
During the ceremony, the father of the bride places his daughter's hands into the groom's hands
The Bride and Groom's Garments are Tied Together as They Circle a Fire
The saptapadi is an important ritual in North Indian Hindu weddings
During the saptapadi, the bride and groom have their garments tied together
In South India, the couple walks seven steps together to signify their friendship.
In North Indian tradition, they make seven circles around a ceremonial fire
The main significance of saptapadi is establishing friendship
Red Powder is Applied to the Bride's Hair, Signifying She is Married
Sindoor, a red-orange powder, is applied to the part of a woman's hair
The bride's garments will also be red (also the case for Muslim brides)
In Indian culture, red symbolizes the rising sun, prosperity and fertility.
Hindu Wedding Rituals Begin with a Prayer to Ganesha
Cords Are Tied to the Wrists of the Bride and Groom During Raksha Bandhan
The Groom Adorns the Bride with a Necklace Called the Mangala Sutra
The groom places a necklace of black and gold beads on the bride.
the mangala sutra and the bride is said to receive blessings throughout her marriage.
Tips for Planning a Multicultural Wedding
multicultural, interfaith ceremony
With the blending on the rise, couples with different religious and cultural backgrounds face unique challenges
Educate each family to ensure they understand all the customs and expectations.
Check with religious institutions before setting any dates or placing deposits at venues.
Pick a venue and vendors that will accommodate your wedding and out-of-the-box ideas.
Personalize the ceremony and take advantage of cultural traditions.
Determine what traditions are important you and your fiancé.
Personalize the ceremony and reception by picking what matters to you
Get inventive with the food and drinks to incorporate specific ingredients or family dishes.
Be daring with your fashion.
Look for modern interpretations of traditional outfits
convertible dresses to brides who need covered shoulders
Add decorative elements that evoke the feel of the wedding
Consider hiring a planner, not only for unique ideas, but as a confident.
many times parents do not fully understand the wedding customs.
As a bride, it's nice to have an ally on your side
passionate about multicultural and interfaith ceremonies after attending half a dozen
bridesmaids spent the day getting ready with her—and helped her into her gorgeous dress!
hosting an Indian marriage and sangeet, a traditional Mexican callejoneada
couples held hands and walked in circles around a small, enclosed fire before exchanging rings
incorporating Indian and Mexican traditions
At the Indian reception, they served Aloo Gobi, butter chicken
butter chicken and tamarind-glazed salmon alongside mango lassi, while the Mexican reception featured ribeye molcajete
The couple's custom approach to cuisine continued to the reception
You’ll love having the video as a memory, and your guests will appreciate the higher-end booze
A Colorful Multicultural Wedding at a Mutton Town Club
The blending of traditional Indian and Mexican cultures resulted in two gorgeous celebrations
Mutton town club wedding was a colorful combination of cultures
We were friends all through college, but we didn’t start dating until we worked at the same place
We kept our relationship a secret, and most of our co-workers didn’t know we were dating until they saw our engagement
the couple donned traditional Indian garb for the Hindu ceremony
bride's bridal henna hid a poignant surprise
A stunning mandap was arranged on the club
A Hindu ceremony features the saptapadi, or seven steps
The couple knew they would have a huge wedding
Bengali pre-wedding ceremony called a gaye holud
The Bride's Hands and Feet Are Adorned with Henna Paint During a. Mehendi. Ceremony
The Couple Exchanges Floral Garlands During the. Jai Mala
The Groom Adorns the Bride with a Necklace Called the Mangala Sutra
The groom places a necklace of black and gold beads on the bride
The ceremony begins with a prayer to Ganesha
the god of beginnings and good fortune and the remover of obstacles
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