Baraat Lavazama

Baraat Lavazama in Rajasthan is a truly magnificent experience. In Indian weddings, baraat processions are an integral tradition, and their grandeur is on the rise, thanks to the creative touch of wedding planners.

baraat lavazama in Rajasthan

A typical baraat lavazama in Rajasthan is a spectacle, featuring an entourage of 50-70 individuals playing diverse musical instruments to the beats of traditional and Bollywood songs. The procession includes 4-12 majestic horses that form a royal buggy, with the groom seated behind them. A darbaan stands behind the groom, holding an umbrella, thus adding more authenticity to the regal display. Elephants, adorned in beautiful decorations, and camels, adorned with traditional gorband, are also prominent features. Special horses, with riders in Rajasthani attire and holding small bhaalas, dance delicately to the rhythm of the music.

The baraat procession is made even prettier with aerial fireworks, consequently adding grandeur to the celebration. An alternative and modern entry idea involves the entire baraat arriving in vintage cars, thus imparting a distinctly royal appearance. As the music plays, all members of the baraat joyously dance to different tunes. Here, the bride’s family warmly welcomes all the baraatis.

Baraat Lavazama is not only entertaining but also symbolic of the happiness and excitement within the groom’s side to embrace the bride into their family. As wedding planners, we highly recommend planning baraat lavazama in a grand and memorable manner.

Author – Splash Events
Splash Events, Wedding Planners in Jaipur
www.splashevents.in

Baraat Band

Baraats are synonymous with fun, and a Baraat band in Rajasthan takes the celebration to a whole new level.

In an Indian wedding, the Baraat is a joyous procession that proceeds to bring the bride for the wedding ceremonies. The grandeur and joy of the Baraat directly contribute to the overall happiness of the wedding celebration. Indian weddings are incomplete without lively Baraat processions. Baraat bands add the perfect touch of music and entertainment to the festivities.

Here’s a guide on making your Baraat exceptional-

Understanding the Basics of a Baraat Band: For those unfamiliar with what makes a Baraat band an integral part of wedding celebrations, let’s delve into the basics. The Baraat is a procession featuring friends and family from the groom’s side. They are accompanied by musical instruments, songs, dance, and, of course, the groom. The look and feel of the Baraat, whether grand, royal, or simple, are influenced by the couple’s preferences and budget considerations.

Evolution of Baraat Bands: Traditionally, Baraat bands featured a large trolley with loudspeakers, a male singer belting out popular songs, as well as a group of instrumentalists playing coordinated tunes. Modern Baraat bands also embrace thematic elements and new trends. For example, a recent trend is the introduction of Pipe bands, where members play bagpipe instruments.

Understanding Baraatis: For those unfamiliar with the term, baraatis are guests from the groom’s side who actively participate in the Baraat procession.

Unique Baraat Themes in Rajasthan: In Rajasthan, the most cherished Baraat theme is the royal Rajasthani procession. Baraatis, adorned in Rajasthani saafas, dance to the tunes of traditional melodies. The groom typically rides a mare, elephant, or a buggy, reminiscent of the bygone era when these modes of transport were used by princes.

The Grand Finale: The Baraat procession, filled with dance and merriment, reaches the wedding venue. The bride’s parents, family, and friends extend a warm welcome, often accompanied by a shower of rose petals. The Baraat concludes with the traditional “toran maarna” ceremony, where the groom touches the Lord Ganesha idol with his sword before taking his place on the stage with the bride.

Author – Rishi Singh
Co-owner
Splash Events, Wedding Planners in Jaipur
www.splashevents.in
Date Published:
26th June, 2017

Fireworks in weddings in Rajasthan

Fireworks can make weddings in Rajasthan super special. Celebrate your wedding in Rajasthan with a touch of magic by the splendor of fireworks that add a special charm to your festivities.

The fireworks used in Rajasthan weddings are unique—they are cold fireworks that illuminate the surroundings without emitting harmful chemical substances. This ensures a spectacular display of light that is safe for all.

Using fireworks in weddings requires technical expertise, and this is exactly where the skills of a wedding planner come into play. Wedding planners use fireworks in creative and diverse ways, and hence, turn your celebration into a grand and captivating event.

Fireworks in weddings should be creatively planned
Bride-Groom entry made extra special with the use of fireworks.
Pic courtesy: Google

So, here are some ways you can include fireworks in your wedding to make it grand-

For Sangeet events, the bride and groom’s entry can be made thematic with the use of cold fireworks. Aerial fireworks can add a burst of color during performances, creating a vibrant as well as enchanting atmosphere. Also, special effects like a waterfall during the bride’s dance can make the Sangeet ceremony picturesque.

Fireworks can be incorporated during the baraat procession, particularly aerial fireworks that add to the joyous and celebratory spirit of the procession. The Varmala ceremony can also become even more magical with the use of aerial fireworks. These fireworks create an illusion of the sky celebrating and blessing the happiness of the couple, thus adding a touch of romance to this significant moment.

Author – Rishi Singh
Co-owner
Splash Events, Wedding Planners in Jaipur
www.splashevents.in
Date Published: 26th June 2017

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