Real Brides Reveal: Who Decked Up Their Homes During The Wedding?
BY Sakshi | 23 Nov, 2018 | 433 views | 3 min read
A 'shaadi wala ghar' has to look like one too! Whether you are getting married in your backyard or at another venue in the same city, the house where you stay has to look bright and festive! So we asked some real brides to give us the deets on who decked up their homes during their wedding, and here's what some of them told us!
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Here's some inspiration from Real Brides that can totally give you some cool ideas!
Real Bride Ayushi says:
"I had booked Wedsta decor from WMG to deck up my house during my wedding functions, and I'm so glad I did! Not only was the process super easy and totally worth the cost, but it was absolutely hassle-free! I got just what I wanted as per my brief and I loved how quick and efficient it all was!"
Real Bride Pracheta says:
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We had our Mehendi at my grandma's house at Sainik Farms and the decor was done by Ishan Gupta from Elysian Weddings . Infact, they did the decor for all my wedding events including the house! Ishan really understood my brief and did our entire decor within the planned budget.
Real Bride Naaz says:
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Real Bride Anjani says:
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We had our wedding at home, it was a beautiful affair with beautiful flower decor by Vibha Gupta of Flowercraft. We used lots of marigolds and fresh flowers all around to create a beautiful mandap in the drawing room!
Real Bride Savnit says:
DIY is so important for a personal touch. I sourced a lot of stuff from local vendors myself, and then roped in a local florist from near the house to do up the decorations for me. A lot of it was picked up from Kinari Bazaar, and then a local florist put it together.
Real Bride Ramali says:
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I've always dreamt of having a lawn-side wedding and my home provided a subtle, yet beautiful backdrop of genda phool, greenery and hanging bells, all of which contributed to give me the perfect setting for my engagement. La'kiru-The Wedding Lounge by Lakshmi Keerthi were the ones who gave me just the setting I had envisioned!
Real Bride-to-be Apoorva says:
I want something that will last me the entire wedding week. I knew flowers would start wilting by the time the wedding day came so I decided to go ahead with non-floral arrangements. We are making origami birds and paper flowers to string through and then make a backdrop of it for the at home functions. We are using paper flowers at the home entrance and also for centerpieces across the house. I got tutorials off Pinterest and they are super easy to make (and don't cost a bomb either). I am also creating a quick welcome signage online and printing it so that it all comes together. Pinterest has tons of customizable printables that you can download for free or like bare minimum 2-3 dollars!