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In Pakistan, the dholki is one of several pre-wedding festive occasions that is celebrated prior to the actual wedding day. The dholki party is almost equivalent to the bridal shower in the Western culture. The Pakistani bride is donned in a yellow outfit.
The Dolki party is named after the South Asian word dholak meaning drum. The dholki event consists of singing with the dholak as a musical accompaniment, rehearsal of dancing in preparation for the upcoming festivities, and eating good food.
In a lot of Pakistani communities, traditionally, children sing and dance on the beat of the dholak during pre-wedding festivities.
Since all the family from far and wide is gathered for the wedding, the Dholki party is a time for them to enjoy each other’s company. Usually close family and friends host Dholki parties in their homes for the bridal party. The dholak provides an interesting accompaniment for the naughty lyrics of the songs aimed at an abashed bride-to-be.
Often times, the Pakistani mayoon ceremony where the ubtan (a paste made from turmeric, sandalwood powder, herbs and aromatic oils) is applied to the bride, occurs at the dholki party. The ubtan is supposed to brighten the skin of the bride, and is part of the beautification ritual of the Pakistani bride.
For the next few days before the wedding, the ubtan will be applied to the bride.
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Wedding Stage is the place where wedding rituals are performed. So as Pakistani Wedding and its importance of wedding stage decorations can’t be overlooked. The Pakistani wedding stage is a Mandap in open which is based on four poles. A well decorated stage sets the mood for the weddings theme. The family of the couples and couples themselves must express their interest and preference for stage decoration. The ideal stage decoration should be in conformity with chosen wedding theme.
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The wedding ceremony in Pakistan generally lasts for four days. As Pakistan is a Muslim majority country, the wedding rituals follow the Muslim patterns. On the first day, the family members of the bride and the groom dress in yellow and celebrate the upcoming festivity separately. The bride and the groom are not supposed to see each other from this day on.
On the second the celebration of ‘mehendi’ takes place which includes dancing and singing traditional songs. The bride also puts the henna paste on her hand and feet. The groom’s family gives the wedding dress to the bride on this day.
The marriage ceremony takes place on the third day. On the wedding day, the
After the first meal, the bride and the groom sit together and a long scarf is used to cover their heads as the priest reads out prayers. Then the holy Koran is kept between them and they are allowed to see each other through reflection by mirrors. The dried dates and sweet dishes are served to the guests. The groom spends a night separately at the bride’s house with a younger brother and in the morning he is given clothes, gifts and money by the bride’s parents. That afternoon the groom’s relatives come to accompany the bridal couple to their home.
The farewell is given by the bride’s father giving her hand to the groom asking him to protect her always.
On the fourth day, the couple hosts their first dinner as husband and wife. The groom’s family invites all the guests for reception.
In Pakistan Mehandi is a pre wedding ceremony that is celebrated in different countries and religions like Pakistan and India. All friends of bride are invited on this event and some special traditions are being followed. People do different arrangements to make this event more memorable and exciting. Basically yellow and green colors are considered as theme of the Mehandi ceremony. All the girls put henna on their hands and feet and including the bride. Other activities are also arranged like dholak and singing activities. People do different activities regarding decorations of this day. Here are some important ideas that are being used in the decoration of mehandi decorations.
- First of all arrange some decoration material which may include lights and candles, white and yellow flowers, yellow and green ribbons and tulles. Use these tulles and flower strips to hang of the entrance of the hall and also on the stairs.
- Use these tulles and flower strips to hang on four sides of the stage where bride will sit.
- Use candles in decoration of tables and stage. You can also make use of some other decoration materials to decorate the stage like hanging crystal stripes etc.
- You may also hang some banner beautifully decorated to say welcome to the esteemed guests.
- In some regions and cultures, people make sitting arrangements on floor then sitting decoration is also of greater importance. You may place mehandi color pillows on the floor or couches.
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Pakistani wedding is quite different from wedding of other countries wedding. That’s why it consists of many small and big parties, functions, and get together. If you want to see and experience the real spirit of Pakistani basic culture, then just must be attend Pakistani wedding. That’s because wedding in Pakistan is like a function or a set of functions, where Pakistani culture speaks for itself. Let’s have a look on the main events of the Pakistani wedding that all together forms a “complete Pakistani wedding”.
Dholki day event
It is the first event that takes place few days earlier from the main event of wedding. Dholki is a very lively event that involves the participation of girls and women only. All the female cousins, friends, and relatives of bride are invited in this event. They play “Dhol” (English – Drums), they supposed to dance and sing wedding songs. In this event, bride spends time with her friends and boys are not allowed. This event takes place for 1 or maximum 2 hours. Dholki is not celebrated by all Pakistani, but in recent few years it has gain popularity and majority of Pakistanis celebrate it.
Mayun or Ubtan day event
It is day, when bride and groom are not supposed to meet and see each other till their wedding day. Celebrations are held in both bride and groom’s houses. Their families gather and apply “Ubtan” or “Turmeric” on bride and groom body parts, such as hands and face. Bride wears yellow dress at this event and all the other decoration also done with yellow colors. Groom wears white colored clothes. This event involves the dancing, singing, drum beating, and small feasting. It takes place for 2 to 3 hours.
Mehendi day event
It is the next event of the celebrations of wedding in Pakistan. This function involves the dancing, singing competition, DJ music, and feasting. On this day, the family of bride and groom draw “Mehendi” or “Henna” on the hands of bride and groom. Family members bring wedding attire for bride and groom, such as bride’s family hand over the groom wedding attire to groom’s family and vice versa. But still bride and groom are not supposed to meet and see each other. This event takes place for 2 or maximum 3 hours.
“Wedding Day” or Barat & Nikah day event
It is the main day of the entire ceremony. At this main event, all the arrangements are done and look after by the bride’s family. Nikah is done either in masjid or at the venue of wedding. Groom’s family comes to bride’s house to take the bride with themselves. Bride wears red colored dress and groom wears black, fawn, or any other color. Dinner is served for all the guests from bride’s family. Relatives, friends, and families take photos with bride and groom, they bring gifts for them, and they wish them good luck for their new life. With the prayers and good wishes, bride’s family sees off bride under. The farewell moment of bride is the most spectacular moment in entire wedding, as at this moment she leaves her family for forever to live with new family and in new place.
Walima day event
This is the final day of wedding celebrations. This is the reception day from groom’s family, when they invite the groom’s side guests to their home. The newly wed couple welcomes all the guests and says thanks to them to attend their wedding. At this day, the newly wed couple mingles with guests and introduces them with guests.
The things that remain consistent through out the wedding ceremony are laughter, dancing, signing, traditional cuisines, get together, and cheerful moments.
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Ever heard of the Pakistani wedding that was scheduled to begin at 8 p.m. but started at 10 p.m.? Or of the bride and groom who arrived “fashionably late” to their wedding, while guests sat hungry and bored at their tables?
Most of us have probably heard of this or other similar disasters.
In Pakistan, weddings are often long, drawn out and relaxed affairs.
But in time-pressured North America, most of us don’t have the luxury of attending or holding such an affair. Halls and caterers, for instance, are rented or hired for very specific time periods that must be respected. This is why it’s necessary for everyone involved, the bride, the groom, their families and guests, to come on time.
Having a wedding take place on time isn’t easy, given all of the details and stress involved. But it isn’t impossible. Below are some tips that can help, Insha Allah:
1. Develop a reputation of being a punctual person
Why are people never late to Ali’s house or to Farzana’s parties?
It’s because they are punctual, and people, even the latecomers know, they’ll miss dinner if they don’t show up on time.
There are probably at least a few Farzana and Ali-type of Pak-Americans in your community. Because of their commitment to punctuality, most people try to come on time to their events.
If you’re not a punctual person, start applying this Islamic principle in your personal life today and expect the same from others. This could encourage family and friends to come to your social events, and your wedding, on time.
2. Don’t abuse the word Insha Allah
How do we abuse the word Insha Allah?
By saying it right after promising to do something they have no intention of doing. For example, ‘yeah I’ll be at the wedding at 6 p.m. sharp, Insha Allah’.
Actually, by saying “Insha Allah”, a person is promising to do their best to fulfill a commitment. So in the above-mentioned case, that means a person will carefully plan, taking into account traffic time, to get to the wedding by 6 p.m. sharp.
If on the way there, something happens, despite their best laid plans, that’s another story. What’s important is that they have done their part in fulfilling their promise to come on time.
3. Make it clear on the wedding invitation that things will start on time
What do the words “the Nikah will take place at 6:00 p.m. SHARP” really mean?
SHARP is another way of saying “it’s going to happen then, no matter what, so you’d better show up on time”.
Too often, guests assume that since the bride and groom will arrive late, they can arrive late too.
Or the bride and groom and their respective parties assume that since the guests are going to arrive late, they should too. Putting the word “SHARP” should dispel such a notion.
It’s not really a threat, just a “warning”. Make sure the wedding invitations use this feature this word clearly.
4. Follow the RSVP system
What does this four-letter word mean?
Essentially, it’s asking guests to let the hosts know by a specific date whether or not they will be coming. For weddings, this is important because it affects the food situation. If people decide not to come, hosts can reduce the food order and save money and food from being wasted.
Call up or e-mail people who have not responded to the RSVP according to the deadline. Ask them if they are coming or not politely.
Doing this will show that you are serious about the wedding day running smoothly and efficiently. It may give an early hint to some guests at least that if this host is so serious about the RSVP, then they are probably serious about running the event on time.
5. Make sure to have substitutes
You’ve heard of substitute teachers but have you heard of substitute Imams?
Come up with a back up plan. Assign two people to be Imams who will officiate the marriage, making it clear that if one doesn’t show up or there is an emergency, the other can replace him and the program can continue on time.
Do the same for the person who is to recite the Quran, as well as those who will be transporting food to the hall.
6. Regularly remind the main parties about punctuality
Can a wedding start if the bride, groom or their immediate family are not present?
It can but it’s not desirable. Make sure ALL parties directly involved in the wedding are reminded that they must be at the hall at the latest one hour BEFORE the time the guests arrive.
Reminding them beforehand, with phone calls, e-mails, etc. will help them make the necessary preparations (i.e. clothes, makeup, etc.) early enough so they show up on time, Insha Allah.
Remember, if the groom and bride are late and the Nikah is delayed, everything else on that day will also be delayed.
7. Arrange for bride and groom preparation at the hall
Could a bride and groom be late to their wedding if they got ready in the same hall where the ceremony is to be held?
Probably not. See if you can get the clothes and makeup artist to show up at the hall two to three hours before (and make sure the hall is open for you at that time!). This will drastically cut the last minute rush that occurs and can result in delays of the bride and groom’s arrival at the wedding.
8. Call guests one to two weeks before about the wedding
A phone call or e-mail reminding guests about the exact date and time of the wedding will help them mentally start preparing for the event. Emphasize the importance of being at the event on time without nagging them about it.
9. Emphasize the prayer
If the time for Maghrib prayer, for instance, occurs right after the Nikah, try to use this as a way to encourage guests to show up on time.
You can tell them that in order to make sure Maghrib is offered on time and in congregation, everyone should try to be at the Nikah when it starts, so they don’t miss it or Maghrib.
10. Offer to arrange for transportation
Sound kind of weird?
Well, if you call up your guests and ask if they have transportation that will get them to the hall on time, they may think you’re strange, but they will take your desire to start things on time punctually. Give it a shot. What have you got to lose?
11. Make sure the hall is set up at the most one hour before the wedding is scheduled to start
What could be more embarrassing than to come to a wedding only to find that tables and chairs are still being set up?
Make sure that everything is ready and set to go at the time guests have been invited to come. Otherwise, everything else at the wedding is almost sure to be delayed.
12. Arrange a simultaneous program for kids that starts exactly on time
Who has a harder time being punctual than families with kids?
After all, it takes time to dress and prepare little ones for a big event like a wedding. And let’s not forget emergencies (i.e. junior throwing up at the last minute).
One way to encourage families with kids to come on time is to arrange a simultaneous program for kids which will start at the same time the wedding is scheduled to.
It doesn’t have to be anything fancy. It can just be some hired baby-sitters who can play beanbag games with them or hold a puppet show. Be creative! Offer a special treat of toys or candies for the first 25 kids who come on time.
This kind of a program may encourage young kids to push their parents to be more punctual.
13. Make Dua for things to go on time
All power is only with Allah. That means you have your part to play in trying to make sure things happen on time, but results are in the hands of Allah.
By making Dua, you are expressing an intention and commitment to a goal. On top of that, you’re asking the One Who can make anything and everything happen if He wills. Don’t forget this important act in your drive to make your guests come on time to your wedding.