Quaint and quirky summer wedding in the hills
BY The WMG Bride | 01 Jun, 2015 | 617 views | 2 min read
Anyone else love that scroll backdrop for the Jai Mala?
From the bride: Ashish and I didn't want a hectic wedding and wanted something more personal, detail-oriented and memorable. Our wedding was supposed to be a non-wedding. It was supposed to be just a weekender party where everyone looks pretty, happy and tipsy.I think the USP was that everybody was living together, contributing to the decor and setting-up. Our friends made the music playlists, the elders played the dholki, there were bonfires in the night, and all with the backdrop of the cedar forest. It was a very old-school way of doing a weddings, that were collaborative, but done and executed in our very contemporary offbeat style. From bubbles in the day time to bonfires at night, there was a lot of attention paid to detail . Our card for example - each insert featured my corresponding day's jewellery on it, and the favors we distributed were bottles of Jams from Bhuria Jams- a Himachal run all-women enterprise.
Vendors: Venue: Woodville Palace| Makeup : Bride herself | Brides outfit: Lehenga by Ekaya | Photographer : Joseph Radhik | Decor : Designed by Devika Narain | Grooms outfit:Study by Janak |Invitations: Designed by Rajesh Bahl ((9810274149))| Favors: Bhuira Jams