The Perfect Decoration for your Indian Matrimony Ceremony
One of the most important aspects of hosting the perfect Indian Matrimony event is the decor. Besides impressing the guests that you have invited for the big event, the decoration of your events have a lot to do with the ceremonies and rituals as well. For example, the ‘Mandap’ is among the most important areas of a wedding venue, because it is here that all rituals are performed.
Creating a Gorgeous Environment
Making use of the some elegant elements in the decor of your Indian Matrimony function can help create the perfect and most romantic environment for the bride and the groom. A well decorated ‘mandap’ is ideal for the bride and groom to take their vows against the scared fire and unite for life. Not only does this enhance the wedding celebrations but it helps the guests, relatives and friends to get into the mood for a beautiful evening filled with love and celebration!
Many brides and grooms are choosing to go for different themes when it comes to selecting wedding decorations. For those who aren’t able to actually have a destination wedding at one of the palaces in Rajasthan, your decorators can easily replicate the feel of being in the Umaid Bhavan, Jodhpur by helping create the perfect backdrop of royalty and class.
You can also integrate some decorative artefacts around the venue to add to the mood.
Popular Colour Schemes and Themes for Indian Matrimony decorations in 2012
1. Many brides and grooms are going for a colour scheme which resembles the shades of a peacock feather.
2. Flowers like orchids, lilies, baby roses are also very popular this season. They make for a very pretty addition to the entire look of the ‘mandap’ and the venue in general.
3. This season, you will notice that instead of electrical bulb garlands, more and more brides and grooms are looking at making use of traditional lanterns and candles to give a much more ethereal look to the wedding venue.
Sit down with your decorators to get advice on all the great things you can do with your venue.