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#Trending: Gota as Wedding Decor? Take a Look and Decide!

BY The WMG Bride | 11 Apr, 2016 | 1873 views | 2 min read

So you thought the only way to use Gota was to add it to your lehenga? Or maybe a few pom-pom tassels to your blouse? Well. Think again. Here are a few ideas that will completely work at your Mehendi or wedding no matter what. Gota is affordable, festive and adds a touch of shimmer and sparkle to your event. P.S there are some you can easily DIY, so keep your eyes peeled! Stick up circular pattis as a backdrop Gota Design2

Picture Courtesy: Bougainvilla Design★ 4.9Rani Pink★ 4.7

Just such an easy decor idea. Make your mehendi background rock with a few gota patti circles - when paired with mithai pink, it's too cute! Hang them up as drop-downs Gota Design

Picture Courtesy: Aviraj SalujaRani Pink★ 4.7

Mix them up with net / sheer fabric and create a dreamy festive illusion - hang them up and let them drop down. Make them mandap decor 12800397_957878670964774_6783868674980358172_n (1)

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Instead of the usual flowers, you can also use gota patti rings and stitch them one on top of another to create a pretty mandap. Make them into frames 1453362883_Anika_Akshay_preview_4

Picture Courtesy: Aviraj SalujaRani Pink★ 4.7

Stick them up on frames and make them look fun and traditional at the same time. What a neat way to make empty walls look super pretty! Mix them with flowers to create more strands 12189028_795200507256901_340616158234603345_n

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Just weave them into bunches and hang them with any flower you choose as strands - job well done! Use them as buntings 12274461_903660396386602_698909412144346488_n

Picture Courtesy: Rani Pink★ 4.7

You can also use them as buntings - the gota patti makes the decor look super shiny. Add it to table cloths and other places where you put in reams of fabric! Wrap them around household items to give them a festive flair tumblr_inline_niitc8wufw1s3lpg7 

Picture Courtesy: Devika Narain and Company★ 4.9

Wrap them around charpoys, vases, kettles...you name it, any centrepiece or decor to add more masala to the look! Picture Courtesy: Bougainvilla Design★ 4.9 ; Devika Narain and Company★ 4.9 ; Rani Pink★ 4.7
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