So who remembers Kalki Koechin’s wedding from the movie “Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani?” Well it was shot at the luxurious Oberoi Udaivillas in Udaipur. Also known as te “City Of Lakes”, Udaipur is one of the most beautiful places in Rajasthan for an extraordinary fairytale wedding. One of the finest settings for a marriage ceremony is offered by Jagmandir Palace, The Taj Lake Palace or the Oberoi Udaivillas enclosing a touch of affluence, royalty and splendour.
Jaipur, the “Pink City” offers a medley of heritage and allure and thus it is so popular for big fat weddings. The city offers various venues for a royal wedding like Raj Palace, Samode Palace, Rambagh Palace etc.The city has so far had not only Indian weddings but also Hollywood celebrity weddings. If you want a regal wedding in old forts and palaces, Jaipur is the perfect wedding destination for you!
Hyderabad is also known as “City of Pearls & Nizams” which consists of mesmerising venues and enchanting locations to get hitched. Places like Taj Falaknuma Palace and Chowmallah Palace are some strikingly beautiful venues to organise a wedding.
If you want a larger than life royal wedding with Indian culture and tradition then head to Jaisalmer. Suryagarh Palace is one of the most stunning properties in Jaisalmer that organises ultimate weddings for couples. You can also choose among the various heritage hotels, places or havelis like Jawahar Niwaas, Narayan Niwaas, the Fort Rajwada, The Mandir Palace or The Himmat Palace.
For those who desire an offbeat, low key wedding amidst serenity, Kerela is the place for them. Commonly known as “Gods own Country” Kerela offers perfect beaches covered with coconut palm trees, the backwaters and lovely houseboats. Some of the venues offering striking views are Varkala or Kovalam, The tea Gardens of Munnar or the heritage building of Kochi fort.