Wedding with Yorkshire

Tradition Weddings @ Yorkshire

A Tradition wedding is no longer the stuff of dreams. At Yorkshire Hotels, we transform your dream wedding into a magical reality!

Celebrate your special day in panache and style with Yorkshire Hotels. Our luxurious hotels, ideal for hosting grand weddings and events, are spread across many popular cities of India. While the wonderful location and setting of our hotels add a magical spark to all your celebrations, our years of experience and seamless services ensure that your special day turns out as the most unforgettable time of your life. Our banquet halls are ideal for hosting a wide array of wedding events including Mehandi, Sangeet, engagement ceremony, and pujas.

Celebrate togetherness, and let your loved ones enjoy the revelry and grandeur of your special day. We, at Yorkshire Hotels, promise you unforgettable moments — moments which will remain etched in your memory for all eternity.

Day 01 Arrival

  • Airport / Trains / by Road
  • A Tradition Royal welcome is organized at the hotels.
  • A welcome drink is served to the guest at reception area.

Smooth check-in to hotels of all guests; pre-arrival preparation of baggage-tags with room numbers Each guest is individually escorted to their well-appointed room by our hospitality staff and briefed on the rooms and the various facilities offered. All rooms are provided with special and personalized accompaniments such as traditional Indian Suites / Rooms.

A separate hospitality desk is setup at the reception to assist the guest within the hotels premises and to sight see around the city.

Lunch at Poolside/ Lawns / Banquet / Restaurant as per availability

The hospitality desk assists in sightseeing itineraries and provides transport facilities. Activities within The City Palace include boat ride in the Lake Pichola, visits to The City Palace Museum and the Crystal Gallery and experiencing The Sound and Light Show, The Vintage & Classic Car Collection is another attraction. Fatesh Sagar Lake, Saheliyo ki Bari , Monsoon Palace, Biological Park BadiLake, Haldi Gati, Kumbhalgarh , Ranakpur etc.

Evening Hi Tea with Tradition folk dance followed by Dinner

Craftsman and potters, puppeteers and painters, palmist and astrologers will all be there to hold the guests' attention. The rustic ambiance is highlighted with lanterns. The aroma of Rajasthani foods fills the air and guests can relish the buffet or sit-down. The choice of spending yet another memorable evening is available. A fairy-tale setting for a pre-wedding ceremonial dinner

Day 02

Breakfast at Respective Hotels

  • Lunch at Banquet Hall
  • After the previous night's excitement, it is another day of leisure and relaxation. Guests can avail all the facilities and also visit the city's famous markets.
  • Lunch is served at Restaurant.

Sangeet / Indian Mendhi Night / Pre Wedding Celebrations

As the evening approaches, the guests prepare for the Mehandi Night and the excitement grows. Rangoli with flowers is done at the entrance of the venue, fairy lights are thrown over shrubs and the mashaals are lit up. Royal Welcome includes decorated horses with lance men, the Band and rose petal showers a well-stocked bar lifts the spirit and snacks are served. As the evening progresses, the tempo of dance and music increases and the guest join in, to enjoy and celebrate. Our chefs give a final touch to the piping hot buffet with all its accompaniments in order. Dinner is announced at the appointed hour.

After the celebration, our hospitality staff ensures that the coaches or cars are ready for inter-hotel transfer, if required.

Day 03

  • Breakfast at Respective Hotels
  • Lunch at the Venue
  • The day is at leisure. Lunch is organized either lawns or at the Promenade (as per the preference of the organizer).
  • The Night of the Wedding

The morning before the momentous evening is filled with preparations for the Regal Wedding in Udaipur. Tying Safas (traditional Indian headgear of long tie-and-dye scarves). The ladies get all the help from our staff with their attire and designer-wear. All the guests dressed up in formal attire assemble before the procession heads along the Venue.

A Regal procession begins to form and the excitement grows. The procession comprises of girls dressed in Rajasthani attire sprinkling rose petals and attar (rose water) in the front, followed by Dhol / Nagada (traditional drums used for all the auspicious occasions).

The guests follow a magnificently decorated horse (option of a Vintage car) bearing the bridegroom, while liveried men with lances line up the entire length of the procession.

A traditional welcome is organized with a shower of rose buds and flowers. A welcome drink is served. The Place is gloriously decorated; lit by lanterns, candles and fairy lights adding a bewitching aura of festivity.

The venue is flower-decked for the wedding ritual with traditional floor seating. While the priests conduct the wedding rituals, the guests can begin celebrating with champagne toasts.

The wedding cake is cut and the dancing begins, amidst ovation from all present. The couple can take to the floor for the first dance, joined by the guests and relatives thereafter.

A spectacular fireworks display begins ... and the buffet is laid out for the auspicious evening. The festivities go on till late in the night ... boats are made available through the night.