JoinMyWedding.Com – The Wedding Crashers Paying To Attend

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The majority of us have been to weddings in India, and the number of guests really do blow your mind, only the hardcore relatives seem to know each other and the rest well, Mintu told Sukha from the pind that he could bring Sohan from flanna pind to the wedding who then did the same to Saty’s mates pind. Next thing you have a 1000 people at the wedding! Now imagine having weddings ticketed and charging those who wish to crash the party.

Join My Wedding Inc. have set up just a site and business model, they are looking to cash in on tourists wishing to attend weddings in India. Apparently, Indian weddings now are on the majority on non Indians bucket lists, with Punjabi weddings being the ones that everyone wishes to attend.

Orsi Parkyani the co- founder of JoinMyWedding Inc said the idea came to her whilst she was abroad travelling and had to miss her friends wedding, her vision:

“help people share their life events with others, creating cultural understanding and lasting connections.” With a selection of traditional Indian weddings, they offer special experiences by allowing travelers to attend and locals to share. Their site shares that “There are more than 300 types of different weddings in India…and India celebrates around 11 million weddings a year, 80% of which are Hindu weddings.”

Wedding 1 – Madan & Nitha’s Wedding –  $150 to Attend DAILY ITINERARY
DAY 1 SATURDAY, 2 JUNE ERNAKULAM
Starting time (approximately): 05:30
Venue and host contact details will be disclosed upon booking.
Talaya Divasam Party
This would be a very intimate function where all the relatives and near and dear ones will be enjoying and blessing the bride-to-be. There would be tradition food and music for enjoyment.
Meals:Included
Accommodation:Not included
Transport:Not included
Diet:Vegeterian, Non- Vegeterian, Traditional Malayali Sadhya
Alcohol allowed:No
Dress code:Mundu-Men, Set Saree- women, Pattu pavada- Girls (Malayali tradition)

India’s largest % of tourist come from are America (behind their neighboring country of Bangladesh), so perhaps we’ll be seeing more Americans at Indian weddings now. As wedding season in the U.S. is typically in summer time, the wedding season in India is from October through February, which is great news for wedding addicts.

On JoinMyWedding’s website, they describe the experience as being able to “dress in traditional Indian garb, taste the exotic flavors, dance to the enchanting music, and take part in beautiful wedding customs.” They also say that the experience will offer an opportunity to “…soak up the incomparable atmosphere as you learn first-hand what it really means to be Indian from the people who know better than anyone – the locals.”

Wedding 2 – Sumit & Azia’s Wedding – $250 (3 Day Event)DAY 1 SATURDAY, 20 OCTOBER GOA
Starting time (approximately): 18:30
Venue and host contact details will be disclosed upon booking.
Cocktail party
This is totally fun filled ceremony with Small engagement with celebrating Bride birthday followed by some Games , music dance and complete madness
Meals:Not included
Accommodation:Not included
Transport:Not included
Diet:Veg and Non veg
Alcohol allowed:Yes
Dress code:Formal -(Black or Blue Theme)

DAY 2 SUNDAY, 21 OCTOBER GOA
Starting time (approximately): 11:00
Venue and host contact details will be disclosed upon booking.
Haldi and Mehndi
Morning Haldi ritual will be performed by all our guest follow by evening Karoke party .
Meals:Not included
Accommodation:Not included
Transport:Not included
Diet:Veg
Alcohol allowed:Yes
Dress code:

DAY 3 MONDAY, 22 OCTOBER GOA
Starting time (approximately): 16:00
Venue and host contact details will be disclosed upon booking.
Band Baja baarat
Come and witness the North Indian style wedding with little Western fusion .
Meals:Included
Accommodation:Not included
Transport:Not included
Diet:Veg and Non veg
Alcohol allowed:No
Dress code:Traditional indian

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