Indian weddings are an epitome of extravaganza and grandeur. They are known for infusing the most unique color combinations in their decor and with the changing trends, Indian brides and grooms have become quite experimental.
From the invitation to the bridal entry, everything needs to be simply jaw-dropping. To ensure the same, here is the ultimate researched list of the quirkiest trends to make the wedding a truly memorable affair for their clients.
So here are some quirky decor elements every big fat Indian wedding must have.
The Unconventional Bouquet
Flowers are an integral part of any event in order to beautify it. But moving away from the usual roses and marigolds is always a breath of fresh air. Weddings now have flowers in their more raw form to give the decor a very edgy look. Flower entry gates work amazingly well for destination beach weddings and are really loved by the guests.
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All That Sparkles
All that sparkles need not be gold. It can also be led lights placed in a gorgeous arrangement on the gate to give the guests a retro feel. LED lights help brighten up the setup and also work wonderfully to click better wedding selfies.
Pretty in Pastels
Gone are those times when wedding day decor had to be red, orange or pink.’ Well, that’s particularly right for day weddings. Day weddings call for decor that is soothing to the eyes and compliments the bridal attire. Usage and preference for pastel colors like peach and mint has enormously increased.
Ride Your Way to the Wedding
Try to add some fun to the wedding decor by using cycles, rikshaws or vintage scooters decorated according to our wedding theme. These iconic pieces are great to strike a pose against. They also add an element of quirk and can make your wedding stand out.
Because Alcohol Can’t Set The Mood Right By Itself
The cocktail night is when we can experiment the most. It needs to be memorable with the right kind of presentation, decor and colors. Well, we suggest don’t opt for regular crockery but be innovative. Use funny quotes, disco lightening and give your guests the feeling of being in an actual club.
Don’t be Scared of the Syringe
No, the only place that a syringe can be used is not the hospital. Midas Chat Factory, a catering venture of Midas Events try to be as creative in the wedding food they serve as they are with their wedding planning and decor. Syringes can be used for crazy alcoholic shots or to fill those golgappas right!
Get on the Dance Floor
We feel the dance floor is the fun zone of any wedding and people spend quite a lot of time shaking a leg there. To add some quirk to the dance floor, we resort to popular songs and dialogues borrowed from Bollywood. Apart from this, we also believe in a color contrasting decor for the dance floor to ensure that it stands out.
Be the Trending Newly Weds
Almost all brides and grooms create a wedding hashtag but it is very important to use that hashtag right. ‘Who doesn’t want to trend on Instagram these days’ says Prateek Gupta. ‘Since we are making your wedding dreams come true, we can also make the dream of trending on social media come true.’ Introducing the wedding guests to the hashtag by literally putting it in their faces is our agenda.
A wedding is all about having a good time, right? Well, don’t you feel games can add to a bit more fun? We surely feel so. Desi games and engaging activities have to be done by any wedding planner to make sure the guests don’t wish to keep sleeping throughout the wedding.
Why create a backdrop when you can decorate a natural one! Midas Events always believes in appreciating that part of decor that is given by nature. It gives any wedding a very earthy feeling that adds a touch just very special.
We want our Zankyou brides to have the most grandiose wedding to reminisce about it later, and hence to give you something unique every time, we collaborated with Mr. T.S. Sahni and Prateek Gupta, founders of Midas Events, an established wedding planning company that has been planning luxury weddings since past 35 years, to provide us their insights on the Indian wedding decor trends.