Weddings in Jaipur

Gulabi Nagri – Let’s have a peek in history of love city “Jaipur” founded by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh II built Jaipur in 1726 AD. When the Prince of Wales and Queen Victoria visited India in 1876 on a tour, Maharaja Ram Singh of Jaipur painted the entire city pink to welcome the visitors, and the stone used to construct the city’s walls and buildings was also pink in color. This historical city’s transformation into a pink city is the subject of another fascinating story.


So we say plan your dream wedding at “Pink City”, the pink color itself is a color of love and passion – so invite all your guests to the love city “Wedding in Jaipur”. This location is well-known for its enormous castles and palaces, or Forts, Jantar-Mantar, one of the world’s most unusual locations with the largest sundial and 19 astronomical equipment, Jaigarh, City Palace, Nahargarh Palace, etc. In addition to this, Jaipur is reputed for its world-famous cuisine, along with lal maans and daal baati churma, its hospitality standards, its fine craftsmanship in puppets, blue pottery, quilts, and ethnic dresses, as well as its rituals and dance forms, including kalbeliya and ghoomar. Its royalty is also recognized worldwide.


The city is well connected by all major routes, which is what makes a city ideal for a wedding or for tourists.


WPR, a wedding planner in Jaipur, exploits all of the city’s serene and cultural landmarks. With different themes, Jaipur’s royalty makes every occasion, including weddings, special. Here are some of the most well-known venues for weddings in Jaipur: City Palace, Kanota Fort, Taj Jai Mahal, City Palace, and Fairmont. Weddings in Jaipur are renowned for their hospitality and offer all contemporary conveniences wrapped in luxury and served with rich hospitality of “Royal land of Rajasthan” to their guests.


Therefore, it might be an unforgettable experience for all guests to have a fantasy wedding in bollywood style in various palaces or castles. And unlike other sites, Jaipur weddings dispel the misconception that palace weddings are always pricey.


Rajasthan’s exceptional hospitality, its delectable cuisine, and the beauties of the pink city merge with its artistry in every aspect of weddings, giving Jaipur weddings all the necessary flair.


There are certain hotel types that are unique to this former home of the Maharajas, hotels constructed in a palatial design with all the conveniences of the twenty-first century, and even castles that have been converted into hotels while keeping its historical culture and workmanship. Several well-known wedding hotels, including Samode Haveli, Chomu Palace, Bishangarh Alila Fort, Mundota Fort, Raj Palace, and Kanota Fort, feature a wonderful balance of modern conveniences and exquisite historical architecture.