Steve & Pally : Sikh Wedding at Samode Palace, Jaipur

We’ve been back home for a week now, and can truly say that we are struggling to get India out of our heads. It’s such an amazing country and I’m so glad that we chose it as the venue for our wedding. Organizing a wedding isn’t easy, organizing it via the internet and email in a different country where you don’t have the luxury of jumping in your car and viewing the venue that you like the look of is even more daunting. You really are at the mercy of pictures on the internet and testimonials (like this one) which you hope are worth the paper they are written on. For me, the difficulty was letting go and putting my faith in Regal Weddings – but having been through the whole process now, I really had no need for any concern.

I can honestly say that Regal Weddings organisation and attention to detail totally exceeded my expectations on every level. From the venue sourcing and recommendations right through to the wedding events, everything was taken care of with minimal hassle and speed and efficiency. We were as surprised and delighted as our guests and were able to relax and enjoy every aspect of the wedding knowing that we were in very capable hands.

Their help and support even extended after the wedding, they were only a phone-call away when elements of our honeymoon itinerary changed due to a delayed train. Flight tickets were booked and organised with extreme efficiency and it gave us such peace of mind knowing that this level of support was always available to us during our travels.

India can be a frustrating country to be in at the best of times, but Regal Weddings and Travel Made Easy totally lived up to their names. Our thanks go out to Ankit, for putting up with me chopping and changing plans during the planning stage, Vijae for the event management, Manoj (the best driver we had in India by far) and Manoj of Travel Made Easy who even gave up his Sunday night to come and meet us when we arrived in Udaipur.

I’m happy to speak to anyone that may be considering getting married in India and or using Ankit & Regal Weddings.











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  • Ragini July 11, 2014, 8:01 pm

    Hi there! I’m thankful for your review.. My fiancé and I are planning a wedding at samode Bagh and samode palace. We have some questions and would like to pick your brain 🙂 please email us at Thank you!

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