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Mehndi and Sangeet Ceremony Decor Inspiration by Grupo Gama


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Unlike traditional wedding celebrations, Indian Weddings often span over the course of several days with a series of special cultural ceremonies and practices.

 

Some of those gatherings include the Mehndi and Sangeet ceremonies, which are typically held a few days before the Wedding Day. A Sangeet ceremony involves a celebration with lots of singing, dancing and music, and traditionally takes place prior to the Mehndi ceremony, which is the ritual of applying henna to the bride in preparation for the wedding. During the Mehndi ceremony, the bride and other female guests have henna or mehndi design patterns applied to their hands and feet.

 

Earlier this year, the design and decor team at Grupo Gama (which is based in Cancun/Riviera Maya, Mexico) created an incredibly bright and beautiful display for these festive ceremonies at the Moon Palace Golf & Spa Resort in one of their many outdoor open spaces -- perfect for hosting both large and small wedding celebrations.

 

 

 

For more information on Gama's services, visit their website at: www.grupogama.mx


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Question for Moon Palace brides

If you wedding was outdoors and ended at 10pm was that it for your party?

I’m asking because majority of my family is used to sangeet and reception ending at 2am. I want to hold some events outdoors but they have to end so early! 10pm is too early to end a party so that’s why I’m asking what did you and your guests to afterwards ? End it there or move the party indoors ? I would assume that’s more cost

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