Welcome to

              the wedding of







Thursday the 29th of August 2024, Castle Henkenshage

You have been invited to the wedding of Aishwarya & Aaquib. The bride and groom are looking forward to share this spacial day with you!

On this page you will find more information about the wedding celebration.

At the bottom of the page there if the RSVP form. We kindly ask you to fill this in before the 1st of July 2024.


Getting there

Wedding Venue Adress:
Castle Henkenshage
Laan van Henkenshae 3
5492 BH

There are numerous taxi services available: BraboTax, Taxi SErvice Eindhoven, Eindhoven Taxi...

Public Transport: Bus 156 &157 takes you from Eindhoven Centraal to Kasteel Henkenshage (Stop name Hertog Hendrikstraat, Sint-Oedenrode) every 15-30 mins.

Tip: install the 9292 & ns.nl apps to effortlessly plan your travel within The Netherlands.

Parking: If you're driving, note that there is free parking available adjacent to the venue.
Note: you are not allowed to park in front of the castle.

Rent a car: You can rent a car at Hertz.nl, Rentalcars.com, Europcar


Hotels & Transfers

We would like to suggest the following hotels and services for you to book yourselves.

Boutique Hotel Lumiere: has blocked a few rooms at a discounted rate from the 26th of August to 31st of August. These dates are flexible.

Please add Hazari in the checkout option.

Other Hotel options: Pullman Eindhoven, Holiday Inn Eindhoven, NH Eindhoven, Van der Valk, Hotel Mariënhage Eindhoven

Transfers: please let us know in the RSVP when you want to use our complementory transfer at 1 am (after the wedding) Possible when you are staying in one of the hotels above in the Eindhoven city.


Speeches and preformances

We would love your contribution to make our day even more special. Please contact our weddingplanner about your plans, so she can put you in the script.



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Dresscode: Festive Indian/Western Formal

Here are some examples of Indian Clothing. You can browse through this Amazon Closet we created for inspiration & examples of Indian clothing you can purchase. You can also visit Indian clothing websites Aachho, Cbazaar, asos for general inspiration of you choose to wear Indian clothes.


Wishes: We are very grateful to have you share in our special day. Your presence is the greatest gift we could ask for.

Charitable Donations: In case you're inclined to give a gift we support several foundations that are close to our hearts. If you prefer, you can donate to these organizations via the following links:
- Palestine Children's Relief Fund
- Salula Animal Rescue (donation link on their Insta page)
Thank you for your kindness and generosity.



When are we expected to arrive at the weddingvenue? We welcome you with drinks and a snack starting at 1:30 pm. We would appriciate you being there at least half an hour before the ceremony. (ceremony starts at 2:30 pm)

Do we need to arrange our own transportation to the venue? Yes. You can ask at the reception of your hotel what is the best way and they can arrange a taxi for you. If you stay in one of the Hotels metioned on this webpage, we will have a transfer ready for you when the party ends.

What will the Weather be at the 29th of August? With Dutch weather. you never know. It can range between 22 deg C up to 32 deg C. Check the forcast before you pack and leave. We are hoping to have the ceremony outside.

What should I wear? Take a look at our Dress code section. To see examples of attire, we've shared photo's of our outfits from our brothers weddings. You can also visit Indian clothing websites (as mentioned) for general inspiration in you choose Indian clothes.

Do we have to know of any Dutch wedding customs? No, we will do our best to make you feel welcome and comfortable. We wedding will be a nice blend of Indian & Dutch customs. But there are no Dutch wedding rules you have to know about. Just go with the flow!

Do our phones work in Holland? You could get an international plan on your mobile or pick up a 30 day sim card from Lyca/Lebara. These should be available at Schilhol airport or phone stores in the city centre of any city.

Can we pay with creditcard everywhere? Unlike in the US, debit cards are preffered means card payament. That said, you can get away with a credit card at most stores. Also, it doesn't hurt to have some cash on hand. Please note the busses don't accept cash anymore, you can tap in via card (debit or credit) or buy the tickets online via 9292 apps.

Things to do

Eindhoven is located approximately 25 km from our wedding venue. If you choose to come a few days early, stay a few days later, or have some

down time, we encourage you to explore the Netherlands! See some of our recommendations on things to do below.


The Philips Museum is a dedication to Philips, the company which made Eindhoven the Silicon Valley of Europe.

Explore Strijp-S (from an old industrial complex to Eindhoven’s new hotspot), Evoluon (a look at the future from the past), The Van Gogh-Roosegaarde bicycle path (Starry Night in real life), PSV Museum (for the football fans).



There are so many delicious restaurants! Here are some of our favourites from Eindhoven

-The Happiness Cafe (healthy all-day brunch with great coffee & pastries)

-Bean brothers (Great coffee!)

-Anne & Max (brunch & lunch restaurant)

-Takumi (our favourite Ramen place! Even better than authentic Japanese Ramen. Try the Mala Noukou Chicken Ramen)

-Downtown Gourmet Market: the world on your plate in Eindhoven

-Krishna Vilas (south-Indian)

- De Burger (A good quality burger)


This city is one of Europe’s biggest tourist hubs for a reason; apart from the usual stuff ;), there are a plethora of museums, wonderful sights to see and have delicious food from all parts of the world. 

Our suggestion is to stay a couple of days in Amsterdam and buy the Amsterdam City Card. This gives you free access to museums, canal cruises & Castles. Even if you don’t end up taking the City Card, do check out Rijksmuseum, Castle Muiderslot, the windmills of Zaanse Schans & Albert Cuyp Market. 


A modern city with a taste for the wackiest architecture. Rotterdam has the largest port of the Netherlands, delicious Turkish & Moroccan food and a stunning view of the sunset along the Eramus bridge.  

Do visit Martkhal and the Cube houses to see how unique the architecture of Rotterdam is. 

Delft, Den haag: 

This place holds a special place in our hearts, not just because it’s the town we met in but because we studied here and made a lot of friends. Also, it’s the first place we lived in, in the Netherlands. 

That aside, the Technical University of Delft is a great place to visit. You could spend about 2-3 hours just walking across the campus. The aula building & the library are great places to visit.  

The city centre of Delft is best described as quaint. Do visit on a Saturday, the flea market in Delft for some great fries, fried fish & cookies!  

Delft is famous worldwide for the Deft Blue pottery, so don’t forget to take a souvenir for your mum or that special person ;). 


Tip: If you’re interested in the history of the city or just want to know more about any of these cities, sign up for the walking tours organised in each of these places  


I am Margreet Spriensma from ELSKER LIVET, the weddingplanner of Aishwarya and Aaquib.

I will be at the wedding, to coördinate the day. If you have any questions during the day or up front, please let me know. I am happy to help you.


Margreet Spriensma, Weddingplanner ELSKER LIVET


Phonenumber (when urgent): +31 6520 72 779



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