Entrances & Aisle Set Up


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The 'baraatis' (groom's party) are received by the bride's family and at the entrance to the wedding venue. The bride's mother welcomes the groom by performing the 'aarti' (traditional Indian welcome ritual with a lamp or 'diya' placed on a platter or 'thali') to welcome her son-in-law and placing a tilak on his forehead.


Aisle Set Up


Prasang Decorators has wonderful options of decor for Aisle setup. For additional variety and elegant designs or to create a one of your choice and desire, please :- visit our show room.


In most weddings, the bride's family and friends are seated on the left side of the hall, while the groom's family and friends reside on the right. Relatives of the bride and groom sit closest to the wedding party. After all the guests have been seated by the ushers, groom is escorted by his mother down the aisle. The Bride is traditionally escorted down the aisle by a male member of the family, who stands on the bride's right and presents her hand to the groom once they have reached the altar.



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