How to Throw an Interfaith Indian Wedding That Honors Both Religions

Interfaith Indian wedding is a beautiful concept of tying a knot with a person of other religion. It celebrates the togetherness of two individuals who share completely different backgrounds and cultures. Every Indian couple, whether they live in India or overseas wish to celebrate their big day with great enthusiasm, following their traditions and customs.

The destination wedding in the U.S, Canada, and Europe has become quite popular among couples. Even there are several Indian celebrities who break the barriers and followed their heart. Some of the popular names in the list are Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas, Saif Ali Khan and Kareena Kapoor, and more.


Indian Wedding One of Its Own Kind

Indian weddings are the perfect blend of fun festivities, vibrant colors, meaningful rituals, and rich accessories. From wedding rituals, fascinating customs like engagement ceremony, sangeet, milni Barat and more, Indian weddings are just epic! And when it accompanied with other religion, it is a wedding one should not miss.

Whether you are combining Islam with Hinduism, Christianity with Hinduism, or Islam with Christianity, many interfaith couples look for the best ways to throw a wedding that honors both religions.

A Candid Discussion

Having two ceremonies is quite popular as it will not upset anyone. But it requires a lot of planning and a bigger budget. However, to make things easier, it is vital to sit down early and have a candid conversation about the factors important for you.


Take Time To Explain Each Ritual

This is another key to throwing a great interfaith wedding. When you take the time to explain your rituals, make sure the important members of both families are available. It makes them comfortable and they will enjoy every ritual with excitement and enthusiasm. This also makes them comfortable and they are more willing to get involved. When people understand and appreciate what is going on, they will really embrace it.


Patience Is The Key

Interfaith Indian weddings require a lot of patience. The more patience you have, the most memorable wedding you have. From meeting parents of groom and bride till finally declaring “Newly married,” th8ere are several roller coasters that will come on your way. So have patience and go with the flow.

Throwing an interfaith wedding party is not as merrier as throwing a party where people walk away saying ‘It was the best wedding I have ever been to.”

What Is Sangeet?

A traditional Indian wedding involves several pre-wedding events and ‘Sangeet’ Ceremony is one of them. In Indian weddings, Sangeet means music night or dance party. This is the most awaited, vibrant, fun, and frolic function of big fat Indian weddings. Like other cultures, music is considered as the soul of a wedding ceremony in Indian custom. From stylish and colorful outfits to peppy dance performances, a sangeet ceremony is full of laughter, cheer, and excitement.


 Usually, the sangeet ceremony takes place after the Mehendi ceremony, just one day before the actual wedding day. Depending on the budget and mood, it can be held either at the bride’s home as a small affair or in a lavish hotel as a big fat celebration. During this ceremony, all women from the bride’s side sing melodious songs on the beat of ‘Dholak’ to bless both the bride and groom. These songs describe the value of marriage in life.

A Celebration of Unity

Not only the couple’s union, but the sangeet is also a big celebration of the bonding of both families. During this event, the family members of both bride and groom come together to create a fun environment by singing and dancing. The sangeet night is full of enthusiasm and happiness. Also, it makes families and other relatives comfortable with each other.

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Singing traditional songs have been a major part of the Sangeet ceremony for years. In modern times, the sangeet celebrations include themes, stylish outfits, dance performances, skits, booze, food, and more.

The sangeet night is the best night throughout all the ceremonies of Indian wedding. It can be held combined or separately with the Mehndi ceremony. This gala event consists of bride and groom’s families getting together for song and dance.