Destination wedding with a ton of steal worthy ideas
BY The WMG Bride | 24 Mar, 2015 | 3608 views | 2 min read
There are so many fun details in this wedding- right from the flip flops kept as dancing shoes on the cocktail, to the "I met my match" matchbox to light the hawan kund- the attention to detail really shows in these photos below . Also props to the bright and colorful decor that sets a different feel to each function at Westin Sohna, one of the upcoming destination wedding properties in Delhi NCR
Guest Welcome and MehendiGuests are welcomed with balloons and a wishing tree, where they write notes for the couple on little balloon shaped cutouts
Cocktail & Wedding
How cute ! Dancing shoes as flip flops kept on the side for the guests who want to kick off their heels
From the bride : We wanted a destination wedding away from the city limits where everyone could enjoy to the fullest. So we chose to invite only close family and friends to be a part of our celebrations. All the functions were arranged keeping in mind the interests of both young and older guests.The vision was to make each function unique and yet totally enjoyable. We had different kinds of themes for all the functions. We had a separate Retro Night & a Club Night on Day one. On Day two we had a Punjabi-themed Mehendi function followed by the Sangeet function in the evening where the décor was of a Turkish feel. And the D-Day started with Rajasthani-themed Maayra function followed by the Wedding which was obviously traditional Like every bride, I had always wanted to enjoy all the functions to the maximum at the onset of my new journey. I chose each outfit which was not only comfortable and different, but also easy to carry. Me & Tanuj also co-ordinated our outfits for all occasions to complete the entire look.
Vendors: Venues : Westin Sohna Road | Photography: Sharik Varma | Bridal Outfits : Mehendi sharara in mint and pink from Dolly J, Bridal lehenga from Sabyasachi | Grooms Sherwani : Sabyasachi | Make-Up & Hair : Annalia Zhimomi | Decor & Planning: Bougainvilla design | Jewellery: Vasundhara Kolkata