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A “2-States” inspired beach wedding with eclectic themes and stunning decor
Wedding Planning - Mar 10, 2023
Brimming with the colors of two cultures, this destination wedding in Goa seamlessly blended Punjabi Panache with the flavors and vibrance of Tamil Nadu. WeddingSutra Favorite – Mogra by Namita orchestrated the traditional affair with elegant, modern touches for a unique celebration. Watch it unfold below.
The couple had always wanted a beach wedding and found their perfect wedding venue at spectacular ITC Grand Goa. The beauty and versatility of the property allowed them to create four distinct functions for a memorable, picturesque affair.
Hailing from different states and having both studied abroad, the couple envisioned a celebration that honored their roots and incorporated elements from both their cultures creatively while also reflecting a modern, eclectic vibe that matched their personalities. The team of Mogra by Namita orchestrated 4 functions across 3 days with distinct decor themes to channel their ideas, combining rituals with unique elements to make every moment unforgettable.
Kicking off the festivities with a breezy beachside sundowner event, the guests arrived at a bohemian paradise. The earthy yet elegant decor for the occasion incorporated flowing white drapes, wooden furniture, terracotta pots, dried flowers, lamps, teepees, and more. Favor stands were set up with hats to keep the guests cool as they enjoyed the celebrations.
Hosted indoors, the decor for the mehndi soiree was imagined with a fiery color palette of red, orange, and yellow. Vibrant upholstery, floral arrangements, stage setup, and more added to the energy of the occasion, while actual red and green chilies gave an eclectic flavor to the vibe, quite literally “spicing” up the evening.
The Sangeet function kicked the celebrations into high gear with an evening of musical revelries. Neon signs and decor elements cast a club-like atmosphere with quirky quotes, shapes, and more, along with stunning flowers and candles.
Hosted amidst the tropical greenery of the property lawns, the wedding was a tranquil affair of white, lemon, and peach. Traditional blooms like lotus, rajnigandha, etc infused the decor with serene elegance, accentuated by brass vases, bells, and more. Coconuts and traditional bird motifs crafted from leaves added a special touch to the occasion which reflected the bride’s cultural heritage.
The Wedding Makers
Venue: ITC Grand Goa
Decor: Mogra By Namita