South Indian weddings are usually traditional affairs. We are all used to the classic south Indian ceremony seeing the south Indian wedding stage decoration pictures-the pictures of the gods, the jasmine floral arrangements, the banana leaf entrances – are all images that can never be erased from a South Indian’s memory.
The south Indian wedding paintings with decorations will set the ambience and the mood. Themes for the décor like the Vishnu laxmi, the wedding processions depicting that of the gods.Depicting stories of the rituals performed in the wedding . Not only that, intricately detailed decorations would look great in all your wedding photography, which will give you memories that last a lifetime.
Divine wedding of Ram -Sita.
Actual depiction of the bride’s father giving his hand to the groom.
A new bride is considered to be Goddess Lakshmi, the Hindu Goddess of wealth.Her first steps in the house are considered precious.
Using the Mughal king and the queen theme at the backdrop.
The depiction of the baraat of the groom. Baraat is one of the most fun filled traditions in the entire wedding ceremony. It is basically the procession, which proceeds from the house of the groom, towards the wedding venue. The procession is attended by the all the relatives from the groom’s side. The groom is seated on a decorated horse or an elephant for reaching the venue.
Bidaai marks the departure of the bride from her parental house. The ritual conveys her good wishes for her parents. A traditionally sad ritual, here the bride says goodbye to her parents, siblings and rest of her family.
Performing the wedding ceremony .
For the jillagara Bellam Ceremony a beautiful depiction used.
In the Hindu tradition there are many rituals and customs that are involved in a wedding. While the groom is considered to be an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, the bride is considered to be a form of Goddess Lakshmi, the deity of wealth and prosperity.
Ram sita wedding
Lord Ganapathy is considered the lord of divine beginnings.All Hindu ceremonies starts with worshipping him.
During the wedding ceremony, Radharani’s sari was tied to Krishna’s dhoti, as is the custom in Vedic weddings.
Warli depiction of the Palki.