Hindu Wedding at Sefton Park Palm House with Bride & Bridesmaids in Sarees, Plus Botanical Plants & Bright Decor by The Wild Bride Photography Pin Image

Hindu Wedding at Sefton Park Palm House with Botanical Plants & Gold Decor

BUDGET £32.5 – 35K

This Hindu wedding ceremony also know as a Vivaah Sanskar in North India and Kalyanam in South India will leave you speechless. Firstly it’s set in a beautiful botanical orangery in Liverpool with greenery and floral moon gates plus incredible customised wedding stationery and welcome signs. And secondly, it’s full of SO much fashion! The 14 bridesmaids and bride all wear colourful saree’s with henna hand art and the groomsmen dazzle in complementary sherwani suits. Everything about this wedding is goals, pure goals. Just wait until you see the mandap!


“We’ve been together for 14 years so it was easy to make every aspect of the wedding align with our style and our story. We both love photography so we featured them heavily, with a baby picture of me on the door to the ladies toilets and one of Robbie on the mens, individual photo place settings for each of the 200 guests, a photo slide show on a big screen and a photo wall. The wedding was very personal – we wanted it to be a festival of love and a celebration of all the wonderful people in our lives so we put lots of thought into every little detail.” – Priya & Robbies

Hindu Wedding

Priya and Robbies botanical Hindu wedding is absolutely out of this world. The incredible trees, flowers and plants surrounding the mandap ceremony make the exquisite Palm House orangery venue in Liverpool even more enchanting than it already is. They included many Indian wedding customs during their day including, hiding the groom’s initials in the henna design, stealing the groom’s shoes for a money ransom, the bride’s brothers walking her down the aisle, the two families swapping floral garlands and the bride and groom partaking in competitive games. Every moment made their day special and has been captured beautifully by The Wild Bride for us to pour-over.


“We mixed traditional Hindu rituals with more modern, bohemian twists (Robbie wore an Indian outfit with a turban in the day and a pink suit with a floral shirt and no tie in the evening!). We wanted the day to be chilled out and fun for everyone – we had a band cover our favourite songs, a bubble machine, a campervan photo booth and prosecco served with candy floss. The truth is the Palm House doesn’t need much styling. We stuck to floral and gold touches, rustic wood for the mandap, fairy lights and uplights to enhance the plants and trees in the evening and homemade decor. We made table numbers, a table seating plan, tattoo stand and lots of signs.” – Priya & Robbies

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Glass house’s and orangeries are fast becoming one of the coolest places to get married, so we’ve scoured the UK and rounded up our favourites so you don’t have to. You’re welcome.

Photography by The Wild Bride
Author: Lorna Shaw
Lorna loves a new posh frock, is a hopeless romantic and is lucky enough to be living her ‘happily ever after’ with her wonderful husband, three beautiful children and pet dog.

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