Wedding Ceremony Rituals: Importance In Newly Married Couple Life

  1. The Ring Exchange Ritual
    Another ritual that appears in almost every kind of ceremony, the ring exchange finds the couple exchanging rings and pledging their commitment to one another. The exchange of rings is a tangible symbol of the couple’s eternal love and commitment. The rings are often passed down through generations, adding a touch of sentimental value. The accompanying words may follow a format, or be written from scratch by the couple or celebrant. This ritual dates back to ancient Egypt, with the ring serving as a symbol of the couple’s eternal love.
  2. The Vow Exchange Ritual
    This is the heart of the wedding ceremony, where the couple expresses their love, commitment, and promises to each other. The vows can be traditional or personalized, written by the couple themselves. Whether religious, secular or civil, most wedding ceremonies include an exchange of vows. These might follow a certain format, or you might pen them yourselves from scratch! Either way, it’s an opportunity to declare your love for each other, in front of family, friends and/or witnesses. We’ve got a handy guide to writing your own vows here.
  3. The Candle-Lighting Ritual
    This popular ritual is often included in Christian, Catholic and other religious wedding ceremonies, so it might be a good one include if you’re having a secular ceremony, but would like to add a familiar element for religious family members, which can often make them feel more included. The ritual finds the couple (or sometimes their parents) lighting a common candle (sometimes called a Unity candle) from two individual candles, symbolizing their union.
  4. The Sand-Pouring Ritual
    A variation on the candle-lighting ritual mentioned above, the sand-pouring ritual finds the couple pouring sand from two individual containers into a single vase or vessel to symbolize their union. Some couples take the sand from beaches near where they grew up or beaches that are particularly special to them, while others use colorful sand to create a decorative item they can then display in their home. Some couples ask members of their family to get involved by adding more containers of sand, symbolizing the joining of two families. This is a great option for couples who have children, too! See more on doing a sand-pouring ritual here!
  5. The Hand- Fasting Ritual or “Tying the Knot”
    An ancient Celtic tradition dating back over 2000 years, the hand-fasting ritual finds the couple standing face to face, as a celebrant or family member binds their hands with a special cord or ribbon, as a symbol of their commitment. As well as having an Irish connection, it’s also the ritual that birthed the phrase “tying the knot.” We’ve written an entire feature on hand-fasting rituals and how to do them, which you’ll find here.
  6. The Salt-Pouring Ritual
    Similar to the sand-pouring ritual above, the salt-pouring ritual involves the couple pouring salt from two individual containers into a single vessel to symbolize their union. They can then use the shared salt to cook at home, making it a great option for food-loving couples. Some couples source salt that’s produced near where they grew up, which we think is a lovely touch.
  7. The Ring-Warming Ritual
    Another option with an Irish connection, the ring-warming ritual is an old Irish wedding tradition that creates a great unifying moment. Before the rings are exchanged, they’re passed around the congregation to be “warmed up” by the guests. Each guest holds the rings in their hands for a moment and sets an intention or wish for the couple. Religious guests can be encouraged to say a silent prayer, making this another good option for merging religious and secular customs. In some ceremonies, the rings are only “warmed up” by certain guests, family members or the wedding party, for example. We’ve also heard of couples taking the rings to guests who can’t make the wedding – for example, elderly grandparents – to be “warmed up” in the days and weeks before the wedding, which we think is such a sweet idea! We’ve got a full feature on ring-warming rituals, which you’ll find here.
  8. The Rope-Warming Ritual
    Similar to the ring-warming ritual (no. 7) and hand-fasting ritual (no.5), the pass-the-rope ritual sees a length of rope being passed around, with each guests taking a quiet moment to set an intention for the couple, send them good wishes or say a silent prayer. The rope can then be used in a hand-fasting ritual, or tied by the couple (“tying the knot”) to symbolize a bond that only becomes stronger with pressure.
  9. The Wine Box Ritual
    This time-honored tradition involves burying a bottle of wine at the wedding site and retrieving it on a significant anniversary, such as their 5th or 10th wedding anniversary. The couple then enjoys the wine together, reminiscing about their special day. For this ritual, the couple select a special bottle of wine to put in a box during the ceremony. Working together, they hammer or seal the box closed. The celebrant explains that the bottle of wine will be opened and drank on the couple’s first wedding anniversary, 10th wedding anniversary or another special date. This is a great option for wine lovers and foodie couples! Some couples put love letters in the box too, to be read upon opening the box. We’ve written a full feature all about the wine box ritual, which you’ll find here and a separate feature with tips on what to write in your letter! here!
  10. The Love Letter Ritual
    Couples often write each other love letters to express their deepest feelings and promises. These letters are sealed and exchanged during the ceremony or at a private moment later. The letters can be cherished keepsakes, reminding the couple of their love and commitment over the years. Similar to the wine box ritual above, this ritual finds the couple writing love letters to each other, which they then seal in a box during the ceremony. The celebrant explains that the box will be opened and the letters read at a later date, often their first wedding anniversary or 10th wedding anniversary. We love the idea of these time capsule-style rituals, which provide a great excuse to celebrate your marriage long after the wedding day has passed.
  11. The Oathing Stone Ritual
    Another Celtic ritual, this one originating in Scotland, the oathing stone ritual finds the couple figuratively setting their love in stone by reciting vows while holding a special oathing stone in their hands. When this ritual first emerged, an oath given near stone was considered to be stronger. Couples can have fun selecting their stone, perhaps taking it from a beach or place that means a lot to them.
  12. The Bread Ritual
    Wedding ceremony rituals involving bread are popular in many cultures, often symbolizing the couple’s prosperity – parents or guests offer the couple a special loaf of bread in the hope that they’ll never go hungry. Combined with the salt (no.6) and wine (no.9) rituals above, a bread ritual can also create a food theme at your ceremony. Your celebrant might utter the traditional housewarming blessing, “Bread, that this house may never know hunger. Salt, that life may always have flavor. And wine, that joy and prosperity may reign forever.”
  13. The Tree-Planting Ritual
    An ancient ritual with origins in many cultures, the tree-planting ritual is a lovely one to include when getting married at home, or near to home, but some wedding venues will accommodate it, too (providing a good excuse for you to return to the venue with each anniversary!) It finds the couple planting a tree together during their ceremony, the tree representing their relationship, which is about to take root, grow and flourish. There are no hard and fast rules for this one, a rose bush or other type of plant would work just as well. You can also add soil from both of your family homes or home countries, and ask family and friends to get involved, too. See more about how to do a tree planting ritual here!
  14. The Rose Exchange Ritual
    Although it might remind reality TV fans of The Bachelor, the rose exchange ritual is a popular one with couples who love old-world romance. There are a few ways to do it – the couple can offer each other a rose as a token of their love and commitment, or chosen friends and family members can offer the couple single roses, speaking aloud their hopes and dreams for the couple’s future. This is another ritual with endless opportunity for customization, a different flower or token gift would work just as well.
  15. The Guard of Honor
    This isn’t strictly a ceremony ritual, as it traditionally happens after the ceremony has ended, but, of course, you’re free to include it at the beginning of your ceremony if you wish! It typically involves a group from the couple’s social circle, pals from a sports team, workplace or military unit, holding something aloft to create a canopy for the couple to pass through, and we have a whole post on the origins and how to do it here! We’ve seen everything from hurls to defibrillators to sweeping brushes used in wedding guard of honor’s, so this is another excuse to get creative!
  16. The Loving Cup Ritual
    The loving cup ritual dates back to Saxon times, meaning it’s been around for at least 900 years! It involves a ceremonial cup, usually a two-handled silver cup, which the couple both drink from, and sometimes offer to their guests, too. The idea is that a drink shared is sweeter, and your celebrant may recite some words to this effect. Some couples drink a blend of two wines, and sometimes couples are invited to toast to their past, present and future. Wine is the traditional drink, but, as with many of these rituals, you can adapt it to suit you and your partner. Using an heirloom cup or glass as your loving cup is a nice touch, too. We have a full post on its history, meaning and how to do it here.
  17. The Sundial Ritual
    Based on a particular style of ancient Irish sundial, the sundial ritual is popular with couples getting married on the ARAN Islands, where you’ll find one of the most famous examples at Team-pall CHIARAIN, which was also used for swearing in contracts. The most common use of the sundial finds couples touching fingers through the dial’s carved hole as they recite vows, and guests passing scarves through the hole three times, as they offer warm wishes for the couple aloud.
  18. The Time Capsule Ritual
    Similar to the wine box ritual (no. 9) and love letter ritual (no. 10), the time capsule ritual finds the couple sealing some special items in a box to open at a later date, often a special anniversary. Love letters or a bottle of wine might be accompanied by a newspaper from the day of the wedding, a CD of favorite songs, a wedding invitation or ceremony booklet – the opportunities are endless! Some couples invite guests to contribute to the time capsule too, including meaningful items (which may be kept a surprise from the couple!), or written words of advice.
  19. The Shot Ritual
    We’ve seen some couples invite their guests to join them in taking a shot of something alcoholic (or a bottle of beer or a glass of Champagne!) during the ceremony, to toast their new marriage. This ritual isn’t for everyone, but if your celebrant is game, it can be a really cool moment, as the taking of the shot is accompanied by cheers and well-wishes for the couple.
  20. The Puzzle Ritual
    This is a great option for couples who love board games and puzzles! It finds the couple assembling a wooden puzzle during the ceremony to symbolize their unity. This can either be a simple logic puzzle, or a special puzzle that’s been custom-made for the occasion. This is a great one to use with children, too – just make sure there are enough pieces for everyone you want to include.
  21. The Jump the Broom Ritual
    The broom hopping tradition is said to have its origins in both Celtic and West African culture, and symbolizes a new beginning, whilst sweeping away the past. It is also said to signify two families becoming one. After completing your wedding vows, you quite literally jump into your new life together, leaving any old uncertainties behind. But best of all this is one ritual all your guests can get involved in and makes for some cracking wedding photos. Read all about the Jump the Broom ritual and how to do it here!
  22. The Log-Cutting Ritual
    An old German tradition that would be extra fabulous at a outdoor or nature-inspired ceremony, the log-cutting ritual finds the couple working together to (you guessed it!) cut a log in half with a two-handled saw. The log is said to represent the obstacles they’ll face in their marriage.
  23. The Bell Ringing Ritual
    This is based on the old Irish custom dating from the Penal Times (1695 to 1829), when church weddings were forbidden in Ireland. People married in barns and cottages and guests brought along a bell to ring in good luck and prosperity for the newly-married couple, as there were no church bells. Think of it as a type of Celtic Feng SHUI. Children’s hand-bells which are tuned to different notes make a joyful sound when rung by your guests at the end of the ceremony. It’s also a lovely one for any kids in attendance to get involved in. We’ve got a full feature on how to include bells in your ceremony.
Wedding Venue Calendar 2024

Latest Wedding Venue Calendar 2024 Help You To Fix Your Marriage Date

An Indian wedding is not less than a festival for the bride and groom’s family. The religious ceremony of bringing two family together to create a sacred bond is celebrated in attendance of priests from the family’s respective religion, along with all family friends. Majority of people in India believe in carrying out this ritual on an favorable day and time.

If you are in the process of planning your marriage dates in 2024 according to the astrologers then this calendar has the best suggestions for you. The Ashish marriage place at Jaipur in India brings Wedding Venue Calendar 2024 for all auspicious wedding dates.

Best marriage dates in 2024 with relevant to specific month are mentioned below:

January 2024 Wedding Dates:

16 January, Tuesday
17 January, Wednesday
20 January, Saturday
21 January, Sunday
22 January, Monday
27 January, Saturday
28 January, Sunday
30 January, Tuesday
31 January, Wednesday

Unique Wedding Dates to Explore

1 January, Monday – New Beginnings
14 January, Sunday – Harvest Love
15 January, Monday – Harvest Love
25 January, Thursday – Full Moon
26 January, Friday – Long Weekend

February 2024 Wedding Dates:

4th February, Sunday
6th February, Tuesday
8th February, Thursday
12th February, Tuesday
13th February, Wednesday
17th February, Saturday
24th February, Saturday
25th February, Sunday
26th February, Monday
29th February, Thursday

Unique Wedding Date to Explore are
14th February, Thursday – Valentine’s Day

March 2024 Wedding Dates:

1st March, Friday
2nd March, Saturday
3rd March, Sunday
4th March, Monday
5th March, Tuesday
6th March, Wednesday
10th March, Sunday
11th March, Monday
12th March, Tuesday

Unique Wedding Dates to Explore
8th March, Friday – SHIV RATRI
9th March, Saturday
23rd March, Saturday – HOLI weekend
24th March, Sunday – HOLI weekend
25th March, Monday – HOLI
29th March, Friday – Good Friday
30th March, Saturday – Good Friday weekend
31st March, Sunday – Good Friday weekend

April 2024 Wedding Dates:

18th April, Thursday
20th April, Saturday
22nd April, Monday
24th April, Wednesday
26th April, Thursday
Unique Wedding Dates to Explore
10th April, Wednesday – ID-UL-FITR
13th April, Saturday – VAISAKHI
14th April, Sunday – VAISAKHI
17th April, Wednesday – Ram NAVAMI
21st April, Sunday – MAHAVEER JAYANTI
23rd April, Tuesday – Full Moon
SHUBH MUHURAT for marriage in 2024

May 2024 Wedding Dates:

23rd May, Thursday – Buddha PURNIMA

June 2024 Wedding Dates:

28th June, Friday
29th June, Saturday

Unique Wedding Dates to Explore
21st June, Friday – Summer Solstice
22nd June, Saturday – Full Moon

July 2024 Wedding Dates:

9th July, Tuesday
11th July, Thursday
13th July, Saturday
14th July, Sunday
15th July, Monday
Unique Wedding Date to Explore
21st July, Sunday – Full Moon

August 2024 Wedding Dates:

Unique Wedding Dates to Explore
4th August, Sunday – Friendship Day
15th August, Thursday – Independence Day
16th August, Friday – RAKHI weekend
17th August, Saturday – RAKHI weekend
18th August, Sunday – RAKHI weekend
19th August, Monday – RAKHI
24th August, Saturday – JANMASHTHAMI Weekend
25th August, Sunday – JANMASHTHAMI Weekend
26th August, Monday – JANMASHTHAMI Weekend

September 2024 Wedding Dates:

Unique Wedding Date to Explore
7th September, Saturday – Ganesh CHATURTHI

October 2024 Wedding Dates

Unique Wedding Dates to Explore
11th October, Friday – NAV DURGA Blessings
12th October, Saturday – NAV DURGA Blessings
13th October, Sunday – NAV DURGA Blessings
16th October, Wednesday – World Food Day
17th October, Thursday – Full Moon
31st October, Thursday – Festive Feels

November 2024 Wedding Dates:

13th November, Wednesday
17th November, Sunday
22nd November, Friday
23rd November, Saturday
25th November, Monday
26th November, Tuesday
28th November, Thursday
Unique Wedding Dates to Explore
3rd November, Sunday – BHAI DOOJ
15th November, Friday – Full Moon
16th November, Saturday – Full Moon

December 2024 Wedding Dates:

4th December, Wednesday
5th December, Thursday
9th December, Monday
10th December, Tuesday
14th December, Saturday
Unique Wedding Dates to Explore
15th December, Sunday – Full Moon
21st December, Saturday – Winter Solstice
25th December, Wednesday – Christmas
31st December, Tuesday – New Year’s Eve

Our forecast says 2024 is going to be a year full of celebrations and love and we can’t wait to be a part of

your wedding planning journey.


Discovering the Pink City Jaipur Journey with Heritage Monuments

Introduction to Pink City Jaipur

Welcome to the Pink City of Jaipur, a city steeped in rich history and adorned with magnificent architectural wonders. Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan in India, is known for its vibrant culture, royal heritage, and breathtaking palaces. In this blog, we invite you to embark on a journey through the lanes of Jaipur, where you’ll discover the majestic heritage that has captivated travelers for centuries.

Exploring the Historic Monuments

The first stop on our heritage tour is the iconic Hawa Mahal, or the “Palace of Winds.” This stunning five story palace, built in 1799, features intricate latticework and 953 small windows, allowing royal ladies to observe the bustling streets without being seen. As you climb up its narrow passages, you’ll be rewarded with panoramic views of the city.

Next, we visit the magnificent Amber Fort, a UNESCO World Heritage site located on a hilltop overlooking Jaipur. The fort’s intricate architecture, grand courtyards, and stunning mirror work will transport you to a bygone era of Rajput grandeur. Don’t miss the opportunity to take an elephant ride up to the fort for a truly regal experience.

The City Palace, a blend of Rajasthani and Mughal architecture, is another must-visit. Explore its sprawling complex, which houses palaces, gardens, museums, and the famous Chandra Mahal, still home to the royal family of Jaipur. Admire the exquisite artwork, antique weaponry, and stunning royal costumes on display.

Immersing in Local Culture

To truly experience the heritage of Jaipur, immerse yourself in its vibrant culture. Visit the Albert Hall Museum, located in the heart of the city, to marvel at its collection of artifacts, paintings, and sculptures, showcasing the rich history and culture of Rajasthan.

No visit to Jaipur is complete without witnessing a traditional Rajasthani dance performance. Head to one of the cultural centers or heritage hotels in the city, where skilled dancers will mesmerize you with their graceful movements and colorful costumes.

Exploring the bustling markets of Jaipur is another way to delve into the local culture. J Bazaar and Bapu Bazaar are famous for their precious gemstones, jewelry, textiles, and handicrafts. Bargain with the friendly shopkeepers and take home souvenirs that reflect the city’s artistic heritage.


As we conclude our journey through the Pink City, we hope you have discovered the majestic heritage that Jaipur proudly holds. From its enchanting palaces to its vibrant markets and cultural performances, Jaipur offers a glimpse into the royal past of Rajasthan. The city’s architectural wonders and rich traditions continue to inspire and awe visitors from around the world. So, come and lose yourself in the magic of Jaipur, where history comes alive amidst the hues of pink.

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Wedding Client Bonding Ease Your Deal

It is one of the most unique significant topic about the relationship between the

wedding venue owner and the booking client. Whenever, the bonding is strong then

it will convert your function an great success and when it is weak then it create

multiple service delays in your major function. Always make sure to be attentive

at the time of discussion related with the management of any gathering function.

Healthy bonding is essential from both point of view whether it is from the

owner’s instruction side or it is from the wedding booking client side. Many

factors are responsible to manage any type of gathering function. Those factors

are mention below:

a) What type of function you want to manage at the wedding venue.

b) Take care of gathering capacity of wedding venue and book your dream venue


c) Pricing package must be clear in terms of services you offer. Please, disclose

all hidden charges available with your property in advance. For example Percentage

of GST charge, Maintenance charge in case of damage of any item. Always take the

written document copy with you and distribute another original copy to the booking


d) Tell the back up plan in case of any emergency happen at your place. For

example inverter and generator back up service in case of any electricity cut off.

e) Each and every person engage in the function must follow the government

guidelines during pandemic situation.

f) In case whenever wedding client demand increases during the function. He must

charge extra for other demands which never discussed before the function starts.

g) All services offer to the booking client must be clear in every department like

wise wedding venue, event, catering, electricity back up services, fire safety back up service, light and flower decoration etc.

Why Pre-Wedding Events Require Wedding Photography

Pre-wedding shoot out is necessary for both bride and bridegroom to create understanding and spend more time with each other. It also helps them to decide and analyze the excellence of the photographer. If they are happy with the photo-shoot out work then they will further fix the photographer for the upcoming wedding event also. Likewise, every coin has two sides similar to that it will open up the option for a photographer to discover the best face looks in advance and apply their skills for the big event functions. Pre-wedding shoot photographer allows us the option to select your desirable historical monument places. We may finalize the city with the number of days and famous monument spots for the pre-wedding shoot.

In reality, photography gives long-lasting life to unforgettable moments that take place in this mega event. These memories help create a strong bond between bride and bridegroom as well as in their family members. Pre-wedding events shoot photographers intended to capture natural facial expressions, original moments and real-life emotions shared by the newly engaged couple. First time newly engaged couples always feel shy in front of the camera. But due to that shy nature, they are unable to give perfect look and poses for the best photographic pictures. The problem gets resolved during pre-wedding shoot out and they finally become more experienced to face the camera in future programs.

Wedding Photography Events

Out of all questions in the mind of welcome guests, one major question which quite common asked by any welcome guest is how both the bride and bridegroom meet with each other. The answer to it has also its importance. Photography has also become a very strong medium to answer all questions asked by the guests in short story videos. It will release too much pressure from the mind of the newly engaged couple. Pre-wedding photo-shoots are one of the superb ways to transfer the feel of love and affection for your fiancé.

Now a day’s trend of photography has picked up many crucial angles with the help of new digital technology. With the help of a photographer, you may convert a live photography album into a beautiful cinematography album also. You may go for a standstill photographic album also. The benefit of this album is that you may show a still photograph album to any of your welcome guests without the use of any electronic medium.

All photographers bring their electronic tool to capture all memories of this mega wedding event. Instead of all the latest camera technology, the significant thing matters is the skill of photography. The skill of the photographer checked from the clarity of capture pictures taken from all-important crucial angles. Pre-wedding shoot out results helps a lot in the selection of expert photographer to manage photography in other big events. The photography target behind your pre-wedding shoot out is to create your album more creative and vibrant.

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Why we prefer guest house in Jaipur for room booking?

We define the term guest house as an royal old house with unique art and worth going feel of stay. Usually guest house rooms avail both basic and advance services to the welcome guests in the form of unique style with in the budget of booking party in comparison to high star rated hotels. Whenever, any guest make plan to move towards their selective area for travel. That time probability to search guest house in their area of travel is much more as compared to hotels because multiple unique options available in doing search for guest house in Jaipur at any particular area. Most probably 75 percent of guest houses are well located near by reputed hospital, temple, cinema hall and shopping market.

Guest House Room Booking Benefits

They provide in house facility of hygienic food and pure drinking water. It will further not only save time and money of the welcome guest, but also provide full protection against packed food and packed water. Fresh food and water will provide safety to welcome guest against harmful food poisoning diseases. They believe on the philosophy to give the finest room booking services to the guests in affordable rates.

All guest houses maintain their culture, enjoy their well discipline, services for stay and behavioral benefits to the welcome guests. This tradition of stay for guests was truly initiated long years back from the forefathers of the owners family. Most probably in food department you find the best food making expert inside the kitchen of the guest house as compared to the master-shaft working in the advance high rated hotels. In hotel restaurant, we find multiple dishes with separate high price tag as compared to guest house. Welcome guest has to pay more taxes at high rated hotels as compared to guest house.

Wedding Venue Selection Factors in Jaipur

The place where the wedding event takes place is defined as wedding venue. In the similar manner, we describe the wedding event as a family event creating strong bond created between two families. Out of two one belongs to bride family and other involves bridegroom family. There are two options available in the selection criteria of the wedding venue. First option is to book nearby wedding venue located within the city. Other option is to prefer destination wedding venue.

There are multiple factors responsible for the selection of perfect wedding venue in Jaipur

All of them are as follows:

  • Wedding Venue Budget: Nice budget plan is necessary for proper distribution of budget. Major services work like booking a venue, event set up, catering, and florist creativity. The organizing of mega event for multiple numbers of days.
  • Nice Location and Parking: Unique locations always help us to give perfect feel to welcome guests. In terms of safety and safe parking it is important to note this point.
  • Gathering event space capacity: Event space capacity must be accurate or near to invited number of guests only. More vacant space show bad impression impact for the booking owner. In the similar manner, less gather space again not fruitful for all kids and guests.
  • Staff Flexibility and Responsiveness: Staff must be honest, clean, and flexible. They should take full responsibility in terms of delivering services to invited members.
  • CCTV Camera Security: Security camera plays a major role in vehicle safety. It gives the feeling of safety among all welcome guests.

Some More Points to Consider:

  • Sound and Acoustic: Soothing sound is needed to hear in dance party from all guests.
  • Know your guest list: Guest list must be final according to invitation to close relative, friends and respected guests.
  • Booking date available or not with respect to the wedding venue of your choice.
  • More positive user reviews: It helps a lot to maintain trust for the booking the wedding venue space.
  • Climate observation must be suited to the selective location at which we are ready to perform our events.
  • Amenities available with neat and clean staff members.
  • If the guest list increases, there is any nearby accommodations available for booking.
  • We may plan our event according to our dreams.We stand true to ourselves in concern with wedding budget.

If we take care of all these factors and are able to convert simple occasion into interesting one. All the above major factors play an unique significant role in this mega event.

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