Imagine a stunning mandap surrounded by hills and trees on all sides, the soft humming of a stream at a distance and the chilly air of the mountains? If that is how you dream of a perfect wedding celebration, then you can bring your dreams alive with a wedding at Jim Corbett! Away from the hustle bustle of the city, these weddings provide the perfect opportunity for the couple to bond and celebrate one of the biggest days of their lives with their friends and family. Forest weddings are possibly one of the biggest trends of recent years, and we don’t see it dying anytime soon. So why not figure out what the fuss is all about?
December to February can get really chilly and cold at Jim Corbett. So, a good time to organize a wedding function here would be early April to mid July, when the skies are clear, and the weather is more predictable. We suggest you avoid organizing a wedding here between late-July to September as these are rainy months, and best if avoided.
Forest Weddings are a relatively new trend and we see a lot of modern couples become a part of it! After all, what could be better than combining your wedding celebrations and an adventurous vacation together? But that doesn’t necessarily mean you will have to shell out more money. Here is how you can have a destination wedding in Jim Corbett on a budget-
When organizing a wedding in Jim Corbett, make sure to include the undeniably delicious Kumaon cuisine in your menu. Infused with locally grown herbs and spices, it will be nothing like what your guests would have experienced otherwise. You can elevate your regular dishes by adding accompaniments like plum chutneys and green-chili salads, authentic flavours of the region to your menu. Or make your open bar more traditional by including Bhaang, a traditional herb grown locally, on the house! You can also serve bhang kulfi or cookies to your guests!