At Limo Broker we are have been catering to Asian wedding transport for many years, with Hindu, Muslim and Sikh celebrations renowned for going that extra mile to impress. Although strongly focused on Asian couple’s adherence to great cars we have noticed that indulgence has a huge focus across the whole Asian wedding scene, with the figure of the party planner never being so in-demand.

With the Asian wedding market becoming such a flourishing industry C4 has decided to hone in on the subject, airing a programme entitled ‘My Big Fat Asian Wedding’ tonight at 10pm.

The first episode will monitor RAJ Somaiya, an Asian wedding business planner best-known for arranging decadent, lavish celebrations in the UK. Being named ‘one of Britain’s busiest and most exuberant Asian wedding planners’ we can only imagine the outlandish requests he is set to address on air, clearly representing how important the wedding ceremony is to all Asian traditions.

Focusing on the UK’s Asian diaspora the show is expected to illustrate how wedding planners fuse Asian culture with the British style, bringing the colours and smells of Asia to the wedding venues of London and Leeds.


What is so different about an Asian wedding?

In our experience Asian weddings are typically larger affairs than your average British celebration, with longer guest lists, dresses and cars required.

Where a UK wedding costs around twenty thousand pounds Asian couples tend to work with a six-figure budget, going above and beyond to blow their guests away. Inviting people that they may never have even met before the Asian wedding is for extended family as much as it is for the happy couple, being a cultural celebration that unites families and friends from various locations. For this reason attention to detail is a must.

At Limo Broker we have found that the following cars are the most popular choices for Asian weddings:

  • Rolls Royce Phantom
  • Rolls Royce Ghost
  • Rolls Royce Silver Cloud
  • Beauford
  • Bramwith
  • Lamborghini Aventador

Learn more about the Asian wedding market tonight on C4 and share your thoughts with us.