Once the baraat reaches the venue, it's the 'Jaimala' or the garland exchange ceremony that keeps the fun going. Time of this ceremony vary from community to community but in most of the time it is the first time when both bride and groom mark their presence. Thus, it has to be exquisite, grand and lavish as you will not want your wedding photos to have just the garland around you. So, if you want to make your jaimala ceremony an extravagant one, consult the wedding planners at Tour My India. They will make that whimsical stage that you've been musing for your d-day throughout life. Wedding planners of TMI have specialized in making the jaimala stages based on different themes like a fountain, royal, Taj Mahal, LED-split, Bollywood style, etc. Even if you've some different ideas in your mind, they can even turn that into reality. Along with the stage, wedding planners will also take a special care of the Jaimalas (garlands).They can arrange offbeat flowers of different colors that will completely compliment your image, and dress that you will be wearing for the wedding. To add the further glamor, we also provide Jaimalas made of different metals that are hard to find. And above all, we make a point that the ceremony takes place as per the muhurtham (auspicious time) decided by you.
Electrifying sangeet against the background of hills; Mehendi in a squeaky clean