The families have met, the horoscopes have been matched, and all the necessary rituals to ward off the negative effects of the Manglik Dosha have been effectively performed. It is now time to start planning the wedding festivities, a time that brings great joy and also a lot of stress and anxiety with it. The first step to planning your Manglik matrimony is to determine how much you are willing to spend on the events. The budget that you set aside for the wedding will help you define the scale of the events and the type of events that you wish to organize. Considering the elaborate nature of a quintessential Indian wedding, there are unlimited permutations and combinations of events that you can host and rituals that you can follow. Also, depending on your budget you will be able to negotiate deals with the various vendors that go into organizing a wedding party.
How many people do you wish to invite?
Depending on the number of people you wish to invite you will have to pick venues that accommodate your guest list comfortably. For example, even if a lot of your crowd may be rolling, so as to say, it is not recommended for you to try to fit in a crowd of 500 people in a venue that accommodates only 300. The length of your guest list will also determine how much your caterers will cost you as well as determine other variable costs that are liable to take place through the wedding.
When do wish to get married?
The wedding date in a Manglik matrimony is decided on multiple factors. Most traditional Indian families prefer to consult their priests for options of auspicious dates on which the couple can tie the knot. Once the family priest has made the announcement of the most suitable dates, you need to shortlist venues which may be available on those dates and also factor in the above two considerations. If you are getting married during peak wedding season, it is likely that you may have to book your venue as early as one year in advance to get a desired venue.