Goans are often termed ‘Susegad,’ so we all have adapted it in our day-to-day life. Susegad is a Konkani word that means relaxed or having a laid-back attitude. Well, it’s high time we change this, especially when celebrating Goan Wedding Receptions.
As per the new rules, the High court has imposed noise pollution and late-night music, which is bound to stop at 10 pm. The wedding Receptions In Goa have been adversely affected. There’s only a little time for the reception to be celebrated as before. And if you start late, you will undoubtedly face disappointment as you spend so much, which feels worthless.
So, we at Weddings De Goa have given you a few options to celebrate your wedding reception in Goa, keeping in mind the new rules and curfew timings.
With covid-19 striking the world over the past two years, people have evolved towards having intimate weddings involving only family and friends. A high-tea Wedding Reception will be a great choice if you have a small guest list. High tea weddings begin just after the Nuptials, where people are served snacks and meals much earlier than expected.
High tea weddings usually start at 5 pm and can end at your convenience. However, you can modify the celebration as per your preferences. They involve fewer arrangements and are also less expensive yet elegant enough to signify the importance of your occasion. A simple, decent celebration!
Here are a few options you could consider to plan your wedding reception in Goa. However, we know these all alter our traditional celebrations and festivities. Let’s hope the government of Goa reconsiders its decision and allows music for weddings at least up to 11 pm. To celebrate as we do, stick to our customs, and preserve our tradition, which makes a Goan Wedding what it is.