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Weddings are grand events in the family. It is said marriages are made in Heaven & Customised on Earth! It is said to be one of the most important events in any couple’s life. Every bride keeps on planning for her wedding ideas since years, to make it a picture perfect Majestic event management makes your dream come true !The old times have gone when a wedding was just a ceremony where the family-cousins, uncles and aunts managed everything. Now it’s something which is thought and celebrated in a great detail. The days are gone for simple wedding locations. Now-a-day’s people look for an “X Factor” in their wedding ideas.Now-a-day’s people are more attracted towards the Bollywood movies & Television’s soap operas kicks peoples imagination and explore their desire and wants infinitely. They usually observe the Bollywood themes, decorations, home interior, clothes, bride’s make-up, pre wedding shoot,DJ dances, wedding locations, wedding ideas, wedding themes, etc. and try to replicate it down for themselves! Market also promotes all new Bollywood trends very easily with different varieties and options.
Therefore, one can also derive some of the wedding ideas from the T.V. shows which gives you the satisfaction of doing something new every day!
Although a wedding is really about the ceremony, for many of your guests, the real wedding begins at the reception (i.e. food + dancing + open bar = serious fun). For the bride and groom, the reception is usually when they get to relax and let loose as well, but the planning of the reception is anything but relaxing, especially if you’re trying to stick to a strict budget.
Why every wedding is super tiny and only has ten people at it? Because decorating a small space is easy. And more importantly: decorating a small space costs significantly less than decorating a big space with the same amount of stuff. (Math! It’s never your friend.
So if you’re wedding plans involve a big empty space (think social hall, rec room), it’s understandable if the prospect of decorating might be… daunting. Big empty spaces come with their own set of challenges: tiny details are liable to get swallowed up, but trying to tackle the question of scale without destroying your budget is hard. Which is why the answer for big empty spaces is often less about how you fill it, and more about how much you can fill it. Majestic event management, Udaipurbuying inexpensive decor in bulk. Think: paper streamers, honeycomb decorations, balloons, and anything else you can buy large quantities of, fill lots of space with, and not spend a million dollars on. But how do you do that without making your wedding look like a children’s birthday party?
The answer is: it’s all in the execution. So when our friends at Oh Happy Day launched their brand new party shop this month, we were pretty excited. While the online shop features some things you’ve probably seen before (honeycomb decorations, streamers, balloons), this #lazy girl is very into the idea of having it all in one place, curated by someone with a designer’s aesthetic, so I can give my Googling a rest. We thought we’d use the launch of their shop as an excuse to show you a bunch of different ideas for decorating big empty spaces with lots of cheap (cute) decor. Because with a cool idea, bulk decorations in a big empty space can actually look way more stylish than the intricate details you see on those fake weddings.
This is one of our favourite wedding decoration ideas. But just so we’re clear, we don’t mean tacky ceiling nets or clusters of little tear-shaped helium balloons – this isn’t 1998 – but rather big, elegant, opaque (and most crucially) round balloons, preferably ones with handmade paper tassels dangling down.
Match the tassels to your flower scheme and position them floating above the tables, weighted either side of the entrance or even as a prop in your photos. You’ll literally be wowing your guests with a whole lot of air. The brilliant Bubble-gum Balloons are the best people to try for this.
While a themed wedding may not be the best option for everyone, it will enable you to have a more focused approach to planning your reception decorations. By tying in all the wedding elements, such as centrepieces, flowers, favours, and overall reception appearance, you will simplify the process for yourself, make decisions easier, impress your guests, and save money. The most difficult part will be picking the theme. You need to make sure the theme is fresh, elegant, and appropriate for you and you’re spouse-to-be. Make sure you do not pick a theme that could be mistaken for a prom theme, such as “Under the Sea.” Have fun with it, but make sure it is mature.
Such as Christmas, Valentine’s Day, and Easter, are very easy to decorate. You could also decorate according to spring, summer, autumn, and winter. For example, if you are doing a spring wedding, you could have a garden theme including gardening tools as centrepieces and little potted plants as the wedding favours. Decorating seasonally will allow you to save money on your wedding flowers as well. There are so many things that you can do with a Zen wedding reception theme. Just like with a Zen wedding ceremony theme, you can set up a reception that is relaxing, refreshing, and peaceful. Set up a water fountain as the guests walk into the reception hall.
Once the guests are inside, allow them to be transported to another world. Set up paper parasols, bonsai trees, rock gardens, lanterns, and origami. Guests will have a lot of fun with this theme, just like I did at a Zen themed wedding I attended a few years ago. It will be memorable for all.
And the day you waited for and dreamt of is finally here. With your heart racing and stomach full of butterflies, you are in total dilemma how and where to start the decorations (obviously, it won’t be you running around, but it will definitely be according to your taste). Don’t be tensed. Take a deep breath and take your pick from the following decoration ideas. We are here with an eclectic mix of traditional and contemporary, simple yet classy decorations for that biggest day of your life. When it’s a wedding in the house, not a single inch of your house goes unoccupied. To give a great ambience to the terrace or the balcony, try having some diyas and flowers arranged gorgeously in a huge traditional vessel. With sheer curtains or drapes, the warmth of these diyas only gets multiplied. If your house (size) allows you to play with colours, do not go for a rethinking. Just like the space above, host your guests with colourful and fragrant marigolds, jasmine and roses. The mandap here has also not shied away from placing decorative matkas. The white background has truly helped to highlight the richness and vibrance of these colours. Don’t miss the stairs!! Some of us have huge single or double stairs in our homes and we cannot miss out on adorning them. The house below (of Mr and Mrs Tolia) has beautifully adorned the railings of the two stairs that create an arch, dividing the space.