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Jamaica Indian Wedding Ceremony: Day 4

On day four, the much-awaited wedding ceremony for Palak and Kevin finally arrived. It was held on the stunning beach of Jamaica, with crystal-clear water and palm trees as the backdrop. The ceremony was a blend of Indian and Jamaican cultures, which made it even more unique and special.

The venue was decorated with blush floral arrangements and traditional Indian decor. The mandap was beautifully crafted with fresh flowers and intricate designs, and the aisle was adorned with petals and candles. The guests were seated on white chairs, with the ocean breeze blowing through their hair.

As the ceremony began, the groom, Kevin, entered on a majestic white horse for the Barrack, dressed in a traditional Indian attire that was handmade in India. He looked dapper in his light blue-colored sherwani, adorned with gold embroidery.

The bride Palak made her grand entrance with her parents, wearing a stunning red lehenga handmade in India. Her jewelry was a mix of traditional and modern, complementing her outfit perfectly.

The ceremony was filled with Indian rituals and traditions, including exchanging garlands, tying the sacred thread, and the seven vows. The couple also took part in a sand ceremony, symbolizing their two families’ blending.

The ceremony ended with the couple exchanging rings and taking blessings from their parents and elders. The guests cheered and threw flower petals as the newlyweds walked down the aisle, hand in hand.

It was a beautiful ceremony full of love, culture, and tradition. As a wedding designer and photographer, it was an honor to be a part of such a special moment in Palak and Kevin’s lives.

This wedding was published on Maharani Weddings  and MunaLuchi Bride.








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