Sunday, February 28, 2010

Post Wedding Ceremonies: Reception Ceremony

Post Wedding CeremonyWedding Ceremonies whether its pre, main or post are thought of as the central attraction of our lives. Weddings are a lengthy gathering and it’s really exhilarating to know that even after the completion of the main wedding ceremonies, the merriment and all the partying don't come to a halt, but go on and the reason behind this is, weddings are just the first step towards a new life and beginning a new life filled with happiness and joy, marks the positive attitude towards the future. Post wedding ceremonies include Vidaai Ceremony and Reception Ceremony.
  • Vidaai Ceremony: Vidaai is part of a post wedding ceremony. This characterizes the final goodbye of the bride to her family members and also marks an end to all the wedding ceremonies. Therefore, this ritual signifies the new establishment of newly wed’s married life along with her husband’s family. As the bride takes her first step out, handful of rice grains are thrown, as a sign of gratitude shown towards her parents and other family members. This rice throwing ritual is for the prosperity and wealth for her parents as well as for her new life.

  • Reception Ceremony: The following day of the wedding is reception day. During this day, lots of guests are invited to join in the happiness and joy of the newly weds and to share their moment of being united. Reception is the other name of feasting and partying with music all around and sometimes a special number by a special celebrity makes it even more memorable. All the guests are offered a number of delicacies and cuisines from all over India, representing different regions ad cultures and behind every winning event, be it a gathering of few persons or a big wedding, foodstuff plays an essential part to place the right ambience. Indian Wedding Feast will be in two different shades, either vegetarian or non-vegetarian or at times it can be a mixture of both keeping in mind about what majority of the guests would prefer.


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