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Sunday, February 27, 2011

INDIAN WEDDINGS AT DREXELBROOK

Today, at Drexelbrook, Gene Blum and I discussed the incredible amenities for Indian weddings at the venue. Since I love the beauty and pageantry of these weddings and since Drexelbrook has the perfect set up for these special events, I decided to post about it. Of course, Drexelbrook is a perfect venue for any wedding. And, right now, there is a tremendous deal for new couples- which you can read about here. But, Drexelbrook also does many Indian weddings every year and I just had to tell you about it! The bridal suites at Drexelbrook are large and lovely. For the Indian bride and her family, there is plenty of room for those changes between ceremonies. There is so much room here for gathering, entertaining before the wedding and for the grand reception after your ceremony. Drexelbrook works along with Moghul catering for all of your specific needs. Moghul is the best caterer for your celebration. The staff at Drexelbrook is very in tune with the unique and special needs of the Indian bride and her family. They have impeccable expertise in this area. Even the Baraat ! is executed in a most festive and splendid way- yes, you can have the horse or the elephant! The ballroom can hold up to 800 people and there is a separate area for the Mandap in all its splendor. After the ceremony, cocktails can be served in the gorgeous foyer while the bride changes for her grand entrance into
the party.













Here is a video of one Indian wedding at Drexelbrook. When you get ready to book your venue- go to Drexelbrook and see why you don't have to look any further!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thank You. We truly love and embrace Indian Weddings. The Pagentry is amazing

jzLiveEventsPainter said...

Wendy, this Indian wedding sounds like a painting waiting to happen. Please please tell your clients about how I could create a painting at their wedding, a very personal and unique heirloom souvenir of their special day.
thank you. Joan