Desi weddings are great. From dancing on loud music to wearing beautiful sarees and lehengas, everything about Indian weddings is magical. 

However, sometimes I feel foreign weddings are much more personal and hassle free. From couples writing their own vows to the close ones raising toasts, there are certain things that I totally wish desi weddings should borrow from the western world.

Here is a list of a few things which can make our weddings even more memorable. 

1. Bride and groom writing and exchanging their own vows.

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2. Splitting the expense of the wedding equally between the two sides.

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3. The mandatory bride and groom first dance.

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4. A limited guest list where everyone RSVPs. 

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5. No concept of dowry and give-&-take from either side.

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6. You don't have to worry about showing PDA and can actually kiss the bride.

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7. Toasts by family and close friends.

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8. Sticking to the time instead of being late by hours.

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9. A defined gift registry so the couple does not end up receiving similar gifts.

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10. No worrying about what to wear at five functions because there's only one. 

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Don't get me wrong, I love desi weddings. But won't it be cool if we  these things too?