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Hi everyone! We can't wait to celebrate with all of you, our wonderful family and friends, on our special day. In the meantime, welcome to our wedding website - we hope you find the information here helpful.
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Event details

The Wedding Day


Saturday 21st September 2024


The Barn at Bury Court, Bentley, Farnham, GU10 5LZ


11 am - Arrival

11.30 am - Jaan (Groom Arrival)

12 pm - Ceremony

1.30 pm - Lunch

3 pm - Drinks Reception

followed by dinner and dancing

11.45 pm - Carriages

Dress Code: Formal or Indian Wedding Attire

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Please RSVP via the button below

We cannot wait to celebrate with you 

RSVP deadline 31st May 2024

Transport and accommodaton


Here is a list of local accommodation options, should you require somewhere to stay for the wedding

The Anchor Inn

Farnham House Hotel

Premier Inn Farnham

The White Hart at Holybourne

Frensham Pond Hotel and Spa

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There is plenty of parking at Bury Court Barn if you wish to drive.

Cars can be left overnight but must be collected by 10 am on Sunday 22nd September.

Pre-booking taxis for 11.45 pm is essential as the barn doors close at midnight.

Local Taxis:

Farnham Cabs – 01252 717273

Express Taxi’s Farnham - 01252 792036

Surrey Taxi’s Farnham - 01483 666444

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Gify registry

Your presence at our wedding is enough of a gift, but we have created a gift registry should you wish to buy us something.

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I haven't been to a Hindu/Indian ceremony before, what do I need to do?

Welcome the groom, clap along, sit and don't get too close to the fire! Unlike Christian ceremonies, there are no prayers or hymns to worry about fumbling. Don't worry if you think you won't understand what blessings are being said, virtually none of the guests will! Hindu blessings are spoken in Sanskrit, an ancient language which is no longer widely spoken. During the ceremony itself, the Maraj (Indian Priest) will translate the meaning of each step and blessing into English throughout. 


I want to wear both formal and Indian dress throughout the day, are there changing facilities? 

There's no pressure to change during the day, but if you would like to then we suggest getting in contact with us to co-ordinate changing logistics. There will be some time after lunch and before the reception for guests to change, either off-site in your hotel/airbnb or on-site in certain rooms. 


I'm vegetarian/vegan/have dietary requirements - where should I flag these?

Please fill in your dietary requirements in the RSVP link so that we can make sure to accommodate these. 


Is the wedding indoors or outdoors?

Our wedding ceremony will be outdoors (although covered under a stretch tent in case of any good old British rain!) and our reception will be indoors. 


Are we allowed to take pictures during the wedding?

We'd love for you to take pictures during the wedding and share them all with us afterwards but please be mindful of other guests being able to see the wedding and please don't block the aisle. 


When is the RSVP deadline? 

Please RSVP by 31st May 2024 so we have an accurate headcount. 

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