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Rehearsal Day & Wedding Day
1. Wedding Rehearsal – a Day before the Wedding
One day before the Sikh Destination Wedding Mexico ceremony, we have a mandatory rehearsal meeting with the couple, their parents, significant members of the family and the planner to go through the timeline of the upcoming ceremony sequence.
At this meeting, we go over the details of the Baraat and bridal processional, along with start and finish times of the Sikh Wedding Mexico ceremony are confirmed. Many resorts are massive in size, some up to a mile long, and coordinating early morning logistics for ceremonies is extremely important to make sure everyting runs on time on the wedding day.
At the rehearsal meeting we also go through the entire wedding protocol details with the couple, including Matha Tek, Kalgi removal, Rumaala placement setting, Ardas, Pulla Ceremony, walking around the Siri Granth Shib ji for the 4 Four Lavaan, and of course, the prolonged sitting assistance.
Our South Asian Destination Weddings FAQ’s page has answers to common questions and concerns you or your parents may have regarding your Indian Destination Wedding in Mexico. For decades, countless Sikh couples around the world have thanked us for the details reviewed at this crucial rehearsal meeting. You can learn more about our journey and our intention to provide you the most beautiful Sikh Wedding in Mexico and contact us for Sikh Officiant Mexico services.
AT YOUR CEREMONY LOCATION
2. Overseeing Your Ceremony Setup
Very early in the morning before sunrise, on the ceremony day, we oversee the set up of the Destination Wedding Mexico location to make sure the decor company and Indian Wedding Planner Mexico team arrange the area according to the agreed specs. We watch the respectful transformation of the space into a Gurudwara-type ambiance. Once the area decor setup is complete, we arrange the Guru Granth Sahib Altar and Kirtan Stages with respective religious materials.
Following this, we make sure that the sound system is set precisely so we have pristine, clear, unobstructed sound during the wedding ceremony. This is followed by a sound check.
meeting iN the main lobby
3. Your Baraat &
Many Punjabi Sikh families choose to have traditional cultural wedding ceremonies before the Indian Wedding in Mexico. This can include the groom’s sisters putting on the Soorma, Kalgi and Sehra.
Even at Sikh Wedding Mexico ceremonies, the groom may still arrive on a ‘koree’ horse for the Milnee Ceremony, with his family, relatives, and friends dancing Bhangra alongside the symbolic dhol player during the high energy Baraat.
Prior to the Milnee, we assist and delegate the tying of headcoverings on all the attendees. This is followed by a brief introduction, overview, protocol of what to expect during South Asian Weddings in Mexico.
Typically the Milnee Ardas is recited which is followed by the exchange of garlands and hugs between families.
what will happen during your ceremony
4. Anand Karaj Ceremony
- Meet & bless the bride before the ceremony
- The groom is assited in the processional order
- One (1) hour ceremony after the bride is seated
- All pertinent Destination Wedding Kirtan Shabads
- Traditional Sikh Wedding with Gurbani Kirtan
- Reading & singing and walking of all the 4 Lavan
- Ceremony in both Punjabi with Informative English dialogue
- Blessing of Rings Exchange of Rings Ceremony
- General Agreement Expression of Vows
- Final Ardas, placing of Rumala, blessing and serving of Parshaad
Multi-Racial & Interfaith Couples
As your celebrants and also being a ‘mixed – fusion’ couple we are well aware of the social and cultural difficulties that can sometimes imposed by difficult relatives who do not approve of your choice and love for each other. One of our unique specialities is to integrate and gel ceremonies for Interfaith Couples, bringing the message of intolerance, equality, and common oneness. We welcome and encourage all cultures and all human traditions and walks of life to celebrate their Sikh Wedding in Mexico.