This Couple Got A Whole Temple Recreated For Their Wedding Decor!
BY Sakshi | 02 Jul, 2020 | 28209 views | 2 min read
Now here is something you don't get to see very often- actually, not often at all! Here is wedding for which an entire temple was reconstructed as a part of the decor, and trust us when we say it looks fabulous! This was done for Dheeraj and Rohini, who had a grand traditional South Indian wedding, and the highlight of which was definitely this lovely installation. The decor and styling by The A-Cube Project was top notch, and we absolutely loved the attention to detail.
Looks majestic, right? Take a look at the detailing- with a small pond, pillars and brass elements! The set up looks as real as they come, right?
From The A-Cube Project
"Inspired by the groom's desire to recreate the majesty and grandeur of a traditional South Indian temple, we revisited the architecture of Vandiyur Mariamman temple. With a viewing gallery for the first family and friends enclosing the mandap and a central waterbody, colloquially referred to as a 'Theppakulam', this decor was nothing short of a larger than life set come to life, that took a week of construction from scratch. A Golden hand installation with falling flowers was created to represent abundance and prosperity, much like the hands of Goddess Lakshmi, to give an auspicious start to Dheeraj & @rohini.raj.p wedding. Intricately carved pillars with gold work, brass elements and rich Indian flowers like lotus, sambandhi and tube roses added the perfect finishing touches to the decor."
Vendors: Design, Decor, Concept & Styling : The A-Cube Project ; Production & Florals : @celebrations4u; Photography: Stories by Joseph Radhik ; Photography and Videography: North Water Star ; Venue: The Groves, Bangalore