It’s getting late and the groom has not arrived at his wedding yet. The bride’s parents are getting upset and the groom’s parents have no idea why he’s not answering the phone. As the bride’s father is about to lose his patience, the groom arrives on a royal horse with his friends dancing to the Punjabi tunes.
If that’s not a great way to make an entry, then I don’t know what is. Desi weddings are becoming popular around other parts of the world than South Asia. They bring a charm that is only reminiscent to the South Asian way of life. If you are getting married soon, you should seriously consider hiring a horse for your baraat.
To be honest, in our wedding traditions, the groom waits for the bride while she walks down the aisle with her father or guardian. In this case, having a horse carriage becomes redundant doesn’t it? But what we can do is hire one to leave the wedding hall in style, or arrive at the reception like no one ever has. It’s a great idea when you consider you’re sharing a royal horse carriage life with your now wedded partner just like it used to be in the 1800s!
Trained and Tamed
Services that provide horses and carriages have very well trained horses. In other words, they won’t get frightened from all the dancing and music, and the crowd watching them with glee. Horses are even available to ride solo rather than carrying a carriage. They can be prepared to match the suit, sherwani, and other traditional groom dresses. Imagine your procession towards the wedding hall while your other half’s eyes are transfixed on you. That’s a moment you would want to repeat again and again. All in all, riding a horse to your wedding just doesn’t sound cool, it looks cool as well!