Famous Places for Royal Style Weddings in Rajasthan

The royal Rajasthan is the land of kings and has rich cultural heritage to mystify its visitors and tourists. The magnificent forts and palaces in Rajasthan are a perfect personification of opulence, thus the state of Rajasthan is one of the favourite destination for extravagant and royal style weddings. Rajasthan is one of the most historical places all across the country. Its history, culture, food, handicrafts and royalty makes it a perfect setting for royal style wedding. Choosing the place for the rituals is very important as it sets how well the occasion has taken place. The state of Rajasthan has a number of royal hotels and palace hotels are best options to plan a wedding in royal style. So, if you have dreamt of exchanging wedding vows with your beloved in a ravishing royal palace with a lavish interior decoration and rose petals showering, then choose any of the listed famous heritage places and make your wedding memorable for life!

Jag Mandir Island Palace, Udaipur

Jag Mandir is a palace built on an island in the Lake Pichola. It is also called the “Lake Garden Palace” in the city of Udaipur in the Rajasthan. It is a famous celebrity wedding destination for wedding planners. The most unique thing about this palace is that it is located in the middle of a lake. The Garden Courtyard of this hotel is perfect for entertaining events hosting large groups and can be well decorated with floral and traditional lighting arrangements. This venue is renowned for its Kunwarpada Chowk landscaped garden, especially crafted for wedding ceremonies, auspicious location for wedding rituals and rites. The extremely spacious Lawns of the Palace can host cocktails, dinners, buffets and there is a platform for performers and DJs.

Umaid Bhavan Palace, Jodhpur

The Umaid Bhavan Palace gets its name from Maharaja Umaid Singh, grandfather of the current Maharaja of Jodhpur. This majestic palace is renowned as one of world’s largest private residences. It is made of golden-yellow sandstone and situated on the highest point of Jodhpur. The Maharaja Suite (Maharaja Umaid Singh’s former chambers) displays art furnishings, a bar, dining area, spa therapy room and a huge veranda. The traditional itinerary is a poolside cocktail dinner following by a wedding or reception at the large landscaped Baradari Lawns.  

Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur

Representing the grand Mewari legacy, the Oberoi Udaivilas has spacious courtyards, gentle waving fountains, expressive pools and lush gardens that find importance amongst pavilions and domes. The interesting interior décor highlights the hand painted frescoes and stunning mirror work on pillars. The collective in-house chef serves an excellent selection of global cuisine along with authentic Rajasthani food. Your guests can relax at the lavish spa with a pool directly facing the beautiful Lake Pichola. You can choose to start the wedding festivities a boat ride across Lake Pichola to reach the resort, where you will further take up the ceremonies. This magnificent resort has a total of 90 well furnished rooms and suites, where you can enjoy the luxury. The terrace rooms feature semi-private swimming pools, while exclusive suites have private swimming pools and outdoor dining. In short, this venue is best for intimate weddings that can take place across the landscaped lawns, the Chandra Mahal and the promenade.

Rambagh Palace, Jaipur

Spanning over a land of 427 acre area, the Rambagh Palace was first palace hotel of India, which was converted in the year 1957. This beautiful property still features the realm of royal era, which includes courtyards with fountains to butlers taking good care of all your requirements. The garden, terrace and lawn areas can host a vivacious Rajasthani Cultural Night for around 3000 guests. Some of the other outdoor experiences for the guests like mini golf, croquet and polo (on request only). The spacious suites use the finest fabrics feature a four-poster bed, walk-in wardrobes, united with Rajasthani artwork including motifs and mirror / stonework on beautiful marble inlay pillars. This palace is a perfect place for budget controlled royal style wedding.

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