Saturday, January 25, 2014

Music at a Sikh Wedding

Music at a Sikh Wedding


The right style music can create the perfect ambiance at a Sikh wedding ceremony.  often the Ragi's are blasting the music at the top of their voices, trying the compete with the rumble of noise in the congregation.

We want you to have soothing music at your Sikh Wedding ceremony.




Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Wise and Practical Gifts to give at a Sikh Wedding

Wise and Practical Gifts to give at a Sikh Wedding

You have been invited to a Sikh Wedding and  not sure what to gift the bride and groom.  If the couple is not going to board with the parents then you may want to consider some practical gifts other then the toaster and money in the envelope.

You may want to try some of these options:

1. A decent set of cooking ware
2. bath Towel Set
3.  A small digital camera
4. A flip video type camera
5. Binoculars to go travel in nature with
6. Electronic Tooth Brushes
7. a high end down-filled comforter
8. A gift from Ikea, like a solar reading lamp




Monday, January 20, 2014

Shagun, The gift by an Elder at the Sikh Wedding

Shagun, The gift by an Elder at the Sikh Wedding

A Grand parent or Senior elder  will often bless the new bride and groom with a sweet offering at a Sikh Wedding Ceremony.  This gift can be a Ladoo or dates. Symbolically it represents a life full of sweetness.


Sunday, January 19, 2014

Controlling Relatives at Sikh wedding ceremony

Beware of Controlling Relatives at Sikh wedding ceremony.


So it is your special Day and your parents have decided to invite an Uncle or Aunty ji who does not like your choices in life.  Sikh weddings can be events full of drama, distant relatives can further the tension by sharing unwanted remarks, ideas and suggestions.

Best advice, don't invite them, and if they are there, keep them away from your sight and mind.

Have a pleasant wedding!

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