The next day, was the Mehendi function with the Indian Mela theme. With many installations including a decorated funky auto rickshaw that served as a photobooth, a bullock cart with floral decoration and colourful fabric, it was a sight to behold. We also created a custom installation with colourful wooden boxes and flowers. The bar, a striking feature of the décor was customised with reels of colourful threads. We also had a wishing tree installation put up at the centre of the venue. Creative centrepieces, which were wooden miniature trucks with florals, completed the look for the evening. Last but not the least, Mehendi giveaways were put up in a Meena Bazaar themed stall. The vibrancy and colour lent a festive air to the entire event and left the guests captivated.
The Sangeet function was dominated by bling. A custom designed black and white bar with a huge 16ft high installation was the highlight of the décor with every single element in black with bling. A uniquely designed mirror chip couple logo with candles around it added glamour and glitz to the evening. A mirror chip photo booth attracted guests to take selfies and photographs. The entire food area was adorned with silver streamers. The stage, uniquely designed had a crushed foil backdrop and an in–lit installation in the centre.
The next morning was the Haldi ceremony conceived in a Yellow and Gold theme. In keeping with Rajasthani tradition, we designed a beautiful bridal backdrop in Gota Patti work that looked divine.
The High Tea was based on the Mad Hatters Party theme where we created a bar with old newspapers and decorated the ceiling of the food area with hangings of wooden crates, cycle wheels, tea cups, keys, antique books etc. The table runners designed out of newspapers and an installation with old trunks and vintage books completed the look for the evening and kept the guests enthralled.
The wedding was themed on Alice in Wonderland and the Vidhi mandap, with attractive floral decoration was the star attraction of the event. The mandap with many distinctive décor elements like antique books, gold keys and tea cups hanging all over, was very striking.
The finale event, the post wedding party, was aptly themed in Royal Red. It was the perfect end to a magnificent wedding and left the guests spellbound. An in–lit bar in gold and red colors, lounges with antique furniture, brass pots and florals, a stage made with Diya walls, candle abras with florals all around the venue and custom designed furniture, completed the look. The food area adorned with beautiful crystal chandeliers and the customized Tepanyaki restaurant was a true culinary delight.
Wedniksha is gratified to have successfully conceptualized, designed and executed yet another wedding celebration with perfection.