It all started with ‘love at first sight’. It’s god’s blessing, finding a life partner just like you. When the other one is exactly a copy of yours, in all the aspects your vibes sync with each other. Despite all the difficulties they finally made it up for the wedding with the family’s support and blessing. As love recognize no boundaries, they decided to make their love official. And finally, they tied the knot on November 22nd, 2019. The couple Nupur and Nirupam wanted their wedding to be elaborative and unique. All the events syncing with each other having a ‘common link’ with different themes in each function. They also said- “Our guests and families should enjoy each function; they should be happy in every aspect”. Their hashtag #Dollyhuigupt gave a kick start to this mind-blowing wedding, A hashtag describing the journey of “Dolly” (nickname of Bride) becoming “Gupta” (Groom’s surname). Defining their new journey, we handled it in our own style to stand upon their beliefs. It was such a challenge to sync all the events with a ‘Common link’ and can give a familiar feeling to all the functions. So, we took colours and candles as the main appointments for decor. We found candles as a perfect element for decor as it lights up the mood too, giving the atmosphere a warm effect. We wanted Mehndi event to be playful and joyful, by using ‘Blue and Yellow’ for the Blue-pottery theme. It was really fun reviving traditional art and executing it in the form of decor. The colours helped us to boost up mehndi ceremony in an elegant way. A graceful attempt to bring up uniqueness by this ‘Art-form’. Sangeet ceremony needed equal participation from all. Participation needs enthusiasm and good vibes. And, we were amazed by the eagerness and energy of both the families in each function. Sangeet night was such a pleasing night with dark theme decor. Colours like burgundy, red and pink contrasting some silver tones as well. Silver props pairing candle aabras and colorful floral vases all over the venue. Wedding is not only important for the bride and groom but also an event where two families are united. The wedding was to be completely in Raj Wada’s style. So, we planned an elegant and luxury wedding in traditionalism. We went with typical gold and maroon colour palette. A surprise entry for bride with traditional ‘Palki’, a beautiful palki styled with the candle and floral decor. We used smokeless candles for the stage backdrop with traditionally carved golden arches. Once again, we stood upon the belief of our client and were able to portray an absolute and flawless Wedding Event.
A heavenly couple Anchal and Samvit, it is said that ‘Opposite attracts each other’, likewise in their case, they both have different attitudes, Anchal as charming as usual, slaying with her modern, boho attitude and on other hand Samvit a sweet fun-loving guy. But still, they complete each other. From friendship to relationships finally, they tied notes on February 25th, 2020, They got married with all the positive vibes and family’s blessings. From Mehandi to Wedding reception all events were pre-decided. Anchal & Samvit wanted all the events to be identical and unforgettable. They have given a very simple brief ‘different and aesthetic’, something that has a uniqueness that can match their vibes. A popular Hashtag #minchisaidchal that was all over the wedding, was basically driven by nicknames of Bride & Groom. It was as unique as this couple was. So, we decided to gift the couple what they wanted. We portrayed exactly what they were dreaming about. A Wedding Tale full of emotions. A wedding that can communicate their feelings to others. For adding character to all the functions, we tried to break the monotony in all the functions. And this was geared up by experimenting with different themes and decor styles together. To come up with something out of the box we took candles and rice-lights as the main element for decor, also mirrored work props just to give a soothing traditional touch to every function. The Mehandi ceremony was designed on a western cultured theme ‘Rustic’ we call it ‘A tale of nature’ narrating #minchisaidchal’s story in its own way. The Mehandi function was basically a mixture of western and traditional decor. The inspirational idea was western but the execution had a touch of typical traditional decor. Items of furniture (day beds, canopies, low hight couches), art pieces were glorifying western theme with the ancient touch. On the other hand, Sangeet turned out to be one of the energetic and bold night with 1920s Art-deco style, A sangeet night no one can ever imagine. The couple was jiggling out in dim light decor candle and rice lights all over the venue the mirrored props were shining among all the elements complementing the art-deco style. When it comes to the Wedding day, it’s an auspicious and emotional day for every daughter’s and parent’s life. They dream it since they are in their teenage. And it's always been a pleasure for Scelebration’s team to make our client’s aspirations into reality. We finally made this happen by mixing up modernism with traditional theme decor, ‘PICHWAI- Ivory, Gold, and Red”. Red and White Floral work with hundreds of brass all around the venue. The decor was the most soothing, luxurious, and aesthetic overwhelming to everyone’s heart. The copper and brass candle props were “Cherry on top of the cake”. Parting words from the couple was- “We had never imagined this. Celebrating our wedding tale with you was so memorable and fun”.