Monsoon might just be the perfect season for pluviophile's to get married. From the sweet scent of the earth to finding warmth in the arms of your loved ones, weddings can’t get any more romantic than this. Ideally, monsoon weddings look and sound utopic, except the reality might just be a bit different from the version that you had thought of. Even though monsoon invigorates a sense of optimism, life, and beginning, weddings are also an affair of clothes. But clothes and monsoons don’t gel well because they mostly get wet. So, your friend is throwing their wedding in the monsoon and you are low-key despising them for their decision? Well, there’s always a solution when you can plan ahead.
Choosing the right outfit
This is the kind of planning you need. So, did you plan to wear Stylish Kurti? Or maybe a Jaipuri Kurti? Yes? Well, they were the obvious choices, here some advice to pay attention to. Don’t ever wear full-length gowns or lengthy lehengas, or even anarkalis unless you want these dresses getting completely ruined in the rain. Be it a Fancy Kurti or your usual Ladies Kurti, make sure that they don’t get muddled up with the floor.
Choosing the color
The choice of color is important too since light colors are likely to catch more dirt in rain. Plus, they make the water stains look obvious and more visible. So, it is advisable that you wear something from the darker shades of the color palette.
That being said, a Monsoon wedding should strictly avail indoor accessibility and offer catering services inside indoor halls. There should be an ample amount of roof and shade over people’s head, be it on the balcony or on the terrace. No one would want to get wet at a wedding ceremony and definitely not when they are wearing makeup. So plan your wedding venue accordingly too.