Recently, I attended one of my close friend’s wedding ceremony, as the couple were from a different cultural backgrounds, each had their own traditional way of conducting the wedding. Even though theirs was a love marriage, in order to respect their elders interests they decided to have their wedding in a traditional way such that the groom’s traditions were carried out first, followed by the bride’s and in this way the entire wedding turned out to be a multi-cultural one.
The multicultural aspect of the wedding was the most highlighting one amongst the entire set of wedding events as it had an impact on everything right from the various holy rituals performed to wide varieties of food items in the buffet to wearing of different ethnic costumes by the members of the family. However, the most enjoyed event where multi-cultural interests got most welcomed was the DJ event in the wedding party, in which the DJ played popular and hit the dance floor kind of songs which made everyone in the wedding to dance together and people were on their toes enjoying the DJ’s music. This made me and my friends to get to know what it’s like to DJ a wedding and it was then we all decided to have a DJ event for each of our wedding.