Tuesday, March 27, 2018

Palace Wedding places in India

 India is home to many wonderful palaces and forts that are rich in history, elegance and opulence and are among the most spectacular wedding venues in the India. A royal palace wedding is definitely a romantic affair to remember for a lifetime. Let’s go through the list of most incredible palaces in India that you can consider for your grand destination wedding.  

Umaid Bhawan is the most beautiful wedding venue in Jodhpur where you can start your romantic affair in luxurious comfort. The Umaid Bhawan has one of the largest ballrooms in the world known as The Marwar hall. The palace is completely built out of chittar sandstone which adds to its beauty. Lawn weddings are also possible at the Baradari lawns, perfect for hosting a grand Indian wedding. You can also enjoy traditional rajasthani food along with limitless collection of dishes from different parts of the world.

This Rambagh palace located at Jaipur was the former hunting lodge and residence of the Maharaja. The grand ballroom of the palace ‘Suvarna Mahal’ is perfect for a royal palace wedding.  Experience the royal touch and tie your knot at Rambagh Palace. The well maintained gardens suitable for reception parties and the unique artworks create a mesmerizing experience at the palace for your big day.

Laxmi Niwas Palace has years of expertise in hosting exclusive weddings in royal style. The hand printed sculptures and gold-laden walls will amaze you without any doubt. The luxuriously unique guest rooms with high ceilings add to its luxury. Laxi Niwas is a grand old Palace with spacious sitting rooms & dining rooms that are filled with antiques and countless hunting trophies.

One of the most premium palaces in the world with a beautiful mix of architectural influences from Rajput, Mughal and Europe.  The most suitable place to organize bid fat Indian wedding, as the palace has many lavish courtyards and gardens. It is also the residence of the Jaipur Royal Family. It also consists of ‘Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum’.

An exotic palace wedding venue in the form of Jai Mahal is located in Jaipur, Rajasthan. The exquisite Mughal gardens set the tone for Jai Mahal, which is an architectural marvel in itself. The decor at Jai Mahal is predominantly Rajasthani and amenities are state-of-the-art, thereby striking a fine balance between heritage and refinement.

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