Your search for a unique royal wedding destination ends here. Neemrana Fort-Palace is even more amazing than its photographs can describe! There are medieval, rustic parts ideal for outdoor garden settings making it a great alternative to a destination wedding in Jaipur, just as there are interiors ideal for a palatial royal wedding.
Neemrana’s first royal wedding was a London-Singapore affair in 1992, with guests in a chartered plane. A chapel was created with a thousand candles. White and orange Oriental lillies hung from baskets in the central court. A black tie dinner followed – not stiff upper-lipped, but with laughter and champagne.
The second was a Punjabi royal wedding, held in this fort, with much festivity, drums, dancing, strings of marigolds and showers of rose petals. The 15th century Fort-Palace adapted well to both the royal weddings. Neemrana has also married many Indians to westerners making it a preferred alternative to a destination wedding in Jaipur and closer too! Rudyard Kipling’s ballad ‘Oh, East is East and West is West and never the twain shall meet’ seems to ring untrue: the twain do indeed meet and ‘mate’!
Now with a Roman amphitheatre which seats some 200 people, hanging gardens, as well as Uncha Bagh and varied other locations for the day and night functions, this venue is a apt for all those looking to have or host a destnation wedding in Jaipur but minus the city noise. Neemrana is the favourite venuw for extravagant royal weddings within the National Capital Region of Delhi. It’s hard to find a match for such magic.