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Remarkable Barat Swagat Ideas That Will Impress All Your Guests!

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Welcoming a barat is one of the most fun parts of the wedding. Then the Groom entry is spectacular you surely need a barat swagat that everyone will remember. Give every Barat welcome goals with these barat swagat ideas at your wedding. These are some type of ideas we will be looking into.

1.Welcome Gifts and Tokens

2. Decor Barat Swagat Ideas

3. Traditional Welcome Rituals

Look at the list of all remarkable barat swagat ideas and tell us which one is your favourite.

1. Barat Welcome Gifts

Barat Brooches are a lovely token and really cute welcome gifts. You can go with unisex brooches saying ‘ladkewale’ or ‘ladkiwale’ or you can go with regular flower brooches. You can even have different style gifts for men and women. Brooches for men and chura style kadas for women with latkans. Furthermore, these are going to make your barat swagat ideas memorable. The welcoming family can pin the brooches to all the guests.

barat swagat ideas

barat swagat ideas

barat swagat ideas

2. Marwadi Welcome Rituals

Marwadi weddings are a lot about pomp and show but everyone would have to agree that their traditions are quite interesting. A beautiful toran is decorated around the entrance of the wedding venue. For the groom to enter the venue, he has to hit the toran with a neem stick. It is believed to stave off any evil eye. After the ceremony is completed only then the guests can enter the venue.

barat swagat ideas

barat swagat ideas

3. Flower Garland Barat Welcome

Punjabi weddings have a tradition of milnis. Here the relatives on the side of the groom as well as the bride exchange garlands. You can greet your baratis in a full royal style or maybe in a politician style with these flower garlands. Milnis usually comprise tilak and also the exchange of shagun and a coconut. Moreover, this will be an amazing opportunity to meet all the relatives before the wedding.

barat swagat ideas

barat swagat ideas

4. Gujrati Barat Swagat Ideas

This is one fun ritual to perform. When the groom arrives at the venue, he touches her mother-in-law’s feet to seek blessings while she tries to grab his nose. This is very fun to watch tradition at a gujarati wedding. What better way to welcome the guests than having a super fun super traditional teasing game. Additionally, you can accompany this wedding tradition with the one where the groom smashes pots before entering the wedding venue.

barat swagat ideas

barat swagat ideas

5. Sweet For Barat Welcome 

There is certainly no better way to greet your baratis than with MITHAI. As a welcome ritual, the family members of the bride can welcome them with Desserts on a toothpick. The toothpick would ensure that their hands don’t get sticky. Be prepared with more than one kind of mithai, it will class it up and also your guests will get more options. Specifically, it would be great for kids.

barat swagat ideas

barat swagat ideas

hand painted lehenga

6. Welcome Dare Baraat Swagaat

This one is a bit unconventional but is going to be a remarkable one. This is something that everyone is going to remember. You can ask your guests to either dance or sing their way to the main area. To get entry in inside you will have to be dancing. These barat swagat ideas will make your wedding more adventurous.

barat swagat ideas

barat swagat ideas

7. Wedding Direction Sign Board

Direction boards are an exciting thing to add to your wedding decor. These will make navigation way easier for your guests. To make your direction signboards more dazzling you can add a rhyme scheme to them. Furthermore, this will surely make the decoration more glam.

barat swagat ideas

barat swagat ideas

8. Barat Swagat Ideas Posters

Barat swagat poster can say things clearly and more beautifully than words. And they have a graphical touch to them. So all of you get ready with some kick-ass posters. Here are some funky examples. You can even go for something simple like ‘welcome’. But we recommend you go for something sassy and cool.

barat swagat ideas

barat swagat ideas

9. Wet Tissues and Fans

Summer weddings are fun but they can be really sweaty so make your guests comfortable with this cute and cool stuff. Just what your guests would need after a dance or to cool off the heat as the mercury rises. Fans are funky and you can choose a fan that goes well with your theme. This will be great because wearing full sleeve sherwanis and suits in summers is not the easiest thing. These Ideas also give you the liberty to play with colors.

barat swagat ideas

10. Fragrance Bottles

These rejuvenating cool sprays are not only handy but also give you the most refreshing feeling in the world. You can also add a dash of mint to the spray bottle and you have the perfect aid. This is going to feel magical in summer. You can get an unmatchable comfort with this hack to keep the baratis cool. Make sure the bottles have the ingredients written as the guests might be allergic. 

barat swagat ideas

11. Flower Shower

Flower showering is a basic welcome but done properly it is very classy. You can shower rose petals with hands but we recommend drones or choppers or a specific flower shower machine. You can go with only rose petals or multicolored petals from different flowers. This will enhance the groom entry. 

barat swagat ideas

barat swagat ideas

12. Carnival-style Wedding Entrance with Models

Make your wedding more gorgeous with all the carnival-style decor and beautiful women with feathers to greet your guests. Add some barat entry songs to add a charm and get everyone dancing. It will also make a really cool photo booth. You wedding could be like a small Hollywood vacation.

barat swagat ideas

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