Tanvi & Nawab

Tanvi and Nawab’s wedding took place in January, which is one of the most perfect months to have a destination wedding. Here, the bride was from Kolkata while the groom was from Chandigarh. This coming together of two different cultures was not just interesting to plan but also fun for the guests.
The festivities kicked off with a welcome lunch that was based on a Bengali theme and cuisine. This was also a new and exciting experience for the groom’s side as they hailed from Chandigarh.

One of the highlights of the festivities was the Rajbhari, which was created with big wooden doors, marble look flooring, and huge chandeliers. Here we planned the entry of the couple alongside Bengali dancers with shankh, dhaak and dhunuchi which are ever present in Bengali rituals.

The sangeet ceremony was all about the glitz and glamour. For the decor, we used lots of bulbs, chandeliers, lights, and also LED screens to add to its modern yet classy vibe. The RDB band floated some sweet melodies in the air while Dj Vicky charged the after-party with some electric music.
The theme of the Haldi was Moroccon and was radically different from other events. The venue was bathed in shades of turquoise blue and pinks along with lots of Sufi lamps. The highlight here was the Tanura dancer which made the couple’s entry quite special. Besides this, we also arranged for a performance by the Moksha band that blew everyone away!
The reception that took place before the wedding was quite unique.  For the decor, we used shades of red and gold with huge structures and drapes as the main elements. Finally, the wedding took place in a Gurudwara that was magnificent with shades of pink. It was followed by a sit-down lunch where the decor mostly consisted of pastel colours. We even had a pianist play some soothing melodies, which added that zen to the event.