Haldi ceremony marks the beginning of the festivities of your big fat Indian wedding. It’s a small ceremony with close friends and family and usually takes place a couple of days before the big day. From this point until the time of the wedding, the couple should not see each nor should they leave the house.
The haldi paste is made from turmeric, rose water (or water), and sandalwood powder. It is gooey and smells refreshingly good! They’re a good antiseptic, so scientifically working for the better health of the bride and the groom. The paste is applied on five places: the feet, knees, arms, hands, face and they go feet up! The paste serves as a cleanser for the body and soul and signifies the bride’s preparation and welcoming into adult married life.
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Since it’s a small function, there isn’t much attention given to the décor. But hello, there are going to fun pictured from your Haldi that you’ll cherish forever. So here are some simple DIY ideas for your Haldi ceremony. Have a look.
If your Haldi is taking place at your terrace, then drapes and marigold are the easiest and brightest décor options. They’re simple and look beautiful.
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Cut them out and put your creativity all in and you’ll be surprised to see the magical results. Origami makes the cutest hangings while simple 2D cut-outs make interesting wall décor!
Tassels, bangles, dream catchers, umbrellas – this option is bright, happy and versatile. There is no limit on the versatility of these options. Get exploring!
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