Real Brides Reveal: The One Decor Idea That I Loved!
BY Latha Sunadh | 09 Nov, 2016
Pic via Nikhil Shastri“The best thing we loved about my decorator, Nilma's decor was that it is minimalistic and elegant. Since we had a colour theme of black, white or gold for our guests, Nilma used white and burlap as the theme for decor and a lot of yellow lights. My favourite was the Polaroid photo-booth with little ladders, frames, candles, flowers, crates and chalkboard signages – all of which fit very well with the theme" Deepika says:
Photography by 1plus1 Studio“Poonam from Poonam and Mayank Sharma was my decorator at the Mehendi and she did a fantastic job with the mehendi decorations. It was simple yet visually stunning with earthen pots and genda flowers and a hint of quirk. I love the genda phool entrance" Rajvi says:
Photography by Siddharth Sharma Photography"We had a Carnival complete with a rain dance, pool party, stage with foam and zorb balls – it was great fun. The zorb balls were really fun,” exclaimed Rajvi. Rijuta says: "I didn’t feel the need for a planner or decorator and just went with my gut. I didn’t want orange genda phool anywhere in a 50 mile radius of the Mehendi venue so I kept everything yellow and cream and it was gorgeous. Added in a ton of favours, flower crowns, jingling bangles, colourful earrings and silk scarves for the guys, to spice it up - but no genda phool". Neha says:
Photography by Siddharth Sharma“Day 3 was a Bohemian style brunch – there was an island bar and over 100 custom made dream catchers hung all over the venue. Various activities were planned for a fun filled brunch like beer pong, live size Jenga, foot spa, limbo dance and hoola hoop. The dream catchers were amazing so were the giant monogram!" Nivya says:
Pic via Rakesh Prakash Photography