Hindu Weddings in Greece

Being a wedding photographer means sharing beautiful moments ..but covering a Hindu wedding means sharing a-m-a-z-i-n-g moments! With Natasha and Deepak I did experience the Milni accompanied by a cocktail party at the “princess Adriana” hotel, then the Indian ceremony and Doli took place at the coral beach area and the day ended with a great reception party under the fireworks!

Two weeks after the Hindu wedding of Natasha and Deepak a second one follows, the four days wedding of  Gemini and Amar! A Gujarati wedding, full of colors and amazing vibes once more!

Classy and colorful Hindu weddings

in Greece

Hindu weddings in Greece

Greece has always been a popular destination for destination weddings, but in recent years, Hindu weddings have begun to rise in popularity. There are a number of reasons for this trend, including the beautiful settings that Greece has to offer and the fact that many Hindus have family or friends who live in Greece.


The rise in Hindu Weddings in Greece

Hindu weddings are typically very lavish affairs, and they often include a number of rituals that can take days to complete. This can be a challenge for Greek wedding planners. They are not accustomed to dealing with such long and complex events. However, most Hindu wedding planners are happy to work with Greek wedding planners to ensure that all of the necessary rituals are carried out.

One of the most important aspects of a Hindu wedding is the mandap, or wedding canopy. The mandap is usually set up in front of the house of the bride’s parents. It is where the majority of the wedding ceremonies take place. Greek wedding planners can help to find a suitable location for the mandap, as well as provide any necessary furniture or decorations.

Another important aspect of Hindu weddings is the use of fire in some of the ceremonies. Fire plays an important role in many Hindu rituals, and it is considered to be sacred. As such, Greek fire safety regulations must be taken into consideration when planning a Hindu wedding. Wedding planners should also be aware of any religious restrictions on using fire during the ceremony.


Traditional Etiquettes for a Hindu Wedding

There are a few traditional etiquettes that are followed during Hindu weddings. The first is that the bride and groom wear traditional Indian clothing. The bride usually wears a red sari, which is considered to be auspicious, and the groom wears a dhoti, a loincloth worn by men in India.

The second etiquette is that the wedding takes place in front of an audience of family and friends. The bride and groom exchange garlands, which symbolize their commitment to each other.

The third etiquette is that the wedding is presided over by a priest who chants mantras and performs rituals. The fourth etiquette is that the couple takes seven steps around a sacred fire, which symbolizes their union.

The fifth etiquette is that after the wedding, the couple drink from separate cups of milk mixed with water, which signifies their new life together.


Rules for the parents and Bride

There are a few rules that the parents and bride need to follow during a Hindu wedding. First and foremost, the bride’s parents must give their blessing to the groom before the wedding can take place. Secondly, the bride must be of legal age (18 years old) to marry. Lastly, the bride’s parents must be present at the wedding ceremony.


Greek photographers also have a wealth of experience and expertise when it comes to capturing Indian weddings. They know how to capture all the important moments and details, from the bride and groom getting ready to the ceremony itself.

If you plan your Indian wedding in Greece email me



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