This Gorgeous Wedding Venue In JP Nagar Will Make You Want To Get Married Pronto

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What Makes It Awesome

Nestled in the bylanes of JP Nagar, this 35-year old property will blow you away. Once a family home, The Tamarind Tree was first converted into a restaurant and later to its current avatar, a wedding venue as well as a cultural space.  But we aren’t here to tell you about the cultural space, but rather the gorgeous wedding space it works as. The property is spread over five acres, with old-word rustic charm and heritage vibes, it's making this writer want to get married here!

If you do a venue visit, you will find yourself welcomed by cobblestone pathways and intricately an carved wooden door, an d an eponymous tamarind tree that stands tall over a little pond. We’re thinking this will work for a few cheesy couple shots. You will fall in love with the Pavillion overlooking a natural pond with temple steps on three sides. The venue’s central wedding arena, however, is the bandstand. A fine piece of architecture with long pillars and a dome, this is another popular spot for this and also picture perfect. Open-air lawns and closed seating spaces flank the bandstand’s three sides give you ample space to host guests.

The property’s space doesn’t just stop with the pond and the bandstand. If you are thinking of getting pre-wedding shoots, the space is dotted with enough and more nooks and corners for those candid shots. 

What Could Be Better

With the ever-continuing metro construction, getting there might take you some time with the conditions of the roads, and a bumpy ride at that!


They have a four-bedroom heritage villa, two suite rooms, and 22 rooms. More importantly, they’re a convenient option for the wedding party. All done tastefully with antiquities and paintings, the water courtyard villa has four rooms and a beautiful open-to-sky bathing around a pretty koi pond. The living quarters can accommodate up to 100 guests, while two large kitchen spaces and a special bar can accommodate up to 2,000 floating guests.