Chandani and Vedanth’s Wedding Decorations by Celebrations
Scale, spirituality and powerful themes always create an impact when combined for grand weddings. Chandani and Vedanth’s wedding in Hyderabad was designed by one of India’s finest designer duos, Abu Jani and Sandeep Khosla. To breathe life into their extravagant vision, Mushtaq Ali and Ipsita Biswas of Celebrations joined forces and the results were spellbinding.
For this beautiful wedding, team Celebrations recreated the holy surroundings of Vrindavan at the magnificent GMR grounds in Hyderabad that spreads over 1,50,000 ft. The idea was to blend modern elements with traditional accents through design and colors.
The unique theme celebrated the traditions of an Indian wedding, and the attention to detail was evident in the setup. The main corridor saw figurines placed on either side to create a color-coordinated impact. The walkway displayed a ceiling covered in paintings by Jaipur artisans, and the art was reflected on its mirror-finished floors.
The passage opened up into the function area from where an illuminated temple-like structure became visible. Looking a little further, one could see a large stage, complete with mirror finish floor, hand painted Rajasthani Pichwai artwork as the backdrop and regal seating arrangements. The team had set up large floral peacocks on both sides of the hall. Other fauna sculptures included those of majestic elephants decorated with mirror mosaics and fresh flowers. Life-size trees with hand-painted trunks stems and fresh foliage dotted the venues reminiscent of the striking forest of Vrindavan. The photo booth included a larger-than-life handmade Pichwai painting that was used as the backdrop which matched the rest of the aesthetics.
Everything, be it the procession welcoming the guests or the open-air seating under the sparkling lights and graceful lotus chandeliers, captured the essence of an Indian celebration. This wedding was not just an ode to the festive spirit and culture of India, but also a fitting tribute to the historic city of Vrindavan.