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Asian Wedding Stage Hire in Crystal Palace
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FAQs about Mandap Hire
What is Mameru Gujarati wedding?
The bride receives gifts from her maternal uncle which consists of clothes, jewellery and other gifts items including the traditional paanetar (silk saree - usually white with red border) and choodo (ivory bangle). The mameru ceremony takes place one day before the wedding.
What payment methods do you accept?
Anything for Hire accepts payment via all major debit/credit cards, American Express, BACS transfers and bankers drafts. We invite you to contact a member of our Sales Team with any additional queries or questions in regards to payment.
What do the 7 steps in a Hindu wedding mean?
The word, Saptapadi means 'Seven steps'. After tying the Mangalsutra, the newlywed couple take seven steps around the holy fire, that is called Saptapadi. After the seventh step, the couple legally become husband and wife. Saptapadi is sometimes referred to as Saat Phere.
What is a Mandap?
A wedding Mandap is a mandap temporarily erected for the purpose of a Hindu or Jain wedding. The main wedding ceremonies take place under the mandap. It is traditionally made of wood, although now modern materials are sometimes used (source: Wikipedia).
Why are there no prices showing online?
anythingforhire.com is a price comparison website service that allows you to have a private planning experience - with the unique plus of having our professional team available to help you with sticky situations or unknowns. Our star rating system, used on all of our services, gives you an indication of the price range. We negotiate and deliver the most competitive prices available to all of our customers.
Do all of your Mandaps come with decor?
Basic decor features, such as lighting, are included with some Mandap designs. To ensure you have a clear understanding of the mandap designs you have chosen, please call one of our helpful Sales Team members, who will be delighted to advise and guide you to your perfect package.
Popular places near Crystal Palace
Crystal Palace has some great restaurants and popular places such as Bargain Booze(Shop), Karma Restaurant(Restaurant), Anchor Inn(Bar/Pub), The Castle(Bar/Pub), Dirty Bottles(Bar/Pub) etc.
We serve all local areas of Crystal Palace and London and Middlesex