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What time should I arrive?

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The 1st ceremony will begin at 10AM so please plan to arrive at 9:30 (30 minutes prior) in order to allow time to find parking as well as your seat. For the groom's family and friends, if you would like to participate in the Baarat, please arrive to the venue at 8:30am. The baraat is a celebratory wedding procession for the groom involving music and dancing.

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Will the wedding be a traditional Indian ceremony?

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Yes, we take pride in getting married under the beautiful Hindu rituals to become husband and wife!

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Is there a dress code?

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Formal Attire - For our wedding, we would love to see a mix of Indian and Non-Indian formal attire. Either choice is appropriate and appreciated so whatever you feel best in, is what you should wear. Just make sure it is something you can dance in! (:

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Are there any religious restrictions on attire we should be aware of?

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Traditionally, Indian culture avoids the color Black to the religious wedding ceremony. However, Black suits for men are an acceptable attire. Black color attire is acceptable at other events as well.

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Where can I shop for Indian clothes?

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Here are a few online resources : • Lashkaraa - www.lashkaraa.com (Affordable & stylish options for Women) • cbazaar - www.cbazaar.com com (Affordable options for Men and Women) • Panash - www.panashindia.com (Affordable options for Men) • WeWearUs - wewearus.com (Rental Only) Most of these operate out of India. It will be beneficial if a group order is an option to share in the shipping cost and group deals if offered at the time of order. The most popular style for women for Wedding/Reception: 'Anarkali,' 'Saree,' or 'Lehenga Choli.' (Avoid colors like red and white for the ceremony as it will clash with the bride) The most popular style for men for Wedding is called ‘Kurta Pajama Set’. You can also get just a long Kurta (top) and pair it with khaki pants. Feel free to contact the bride or the groom for additional questions.