Nehal and Priyank, Lonavala
Swathed in hues of pastel pink and supported by acrylic pillars, this couple’s wedding mandap exuded dreamy vibes!
Close-knit, colorful, and traditional, Nehal Jain and Priyank Parmar’s wedding radiated joy and exuberance. Planned by WeddingSutra Favorite – Mokshiva Entertainment who meticulously looked into every detail to make the duo’s vision come true, this serene wedding was a treat for the eyes with its artful use of hues and unique themes.
Planning a wedding during a pandemic is by no means an easy feat! So to make their vision of a perfect wedding become a reality, the couple roped in planners Mokshiva Entertainment who ensured that each event went ahead without a hiccup. Chetan Chouhan from Mokshiva Entertainment shares, “Even though the pandemic was raging on, we wanted to make sure that the couple got a beautiful wedding and everything that they asked for.
Admittedly, it was a tough situation as we had to take stringent safety measures and couldn’t work with a full team like we usually do. But, we did pull our socks up and ensured everything was right on time! We used fresh flowers, fancy furnishings and conceptualized every event with a different and unique theme in mind.”
Swathed in traditional hues, the haldi was a boisterous ceremony where both the families playfully smeared the newlyweds with turmeric.
Giving the glamor stakes a healthy boost, the Sangeet followed a ‘glitz and glamor’ theme where everyone let their hair down as they grooved to their favorite tracks.
Bathed in pastel pink hues and adorned with delicate blooms, the wedding was a dreamy affair. Hosted under the clear blue sky, the union featured a transparent acrylic pillared mandap with suspended pink roses. Flanked by her squad, Nehal looked stunning as she danced her way down the aisle! Chetan shares, “Since it was slated to be a morning wedding, we used gentle pastel colors that would be enhanced underneath the sunlight! The mandap, of course, was the center of attention with its transparent pillars that gave everyone a clear view when the duo took their vows.”
Brimming with lush foliage, pristine white blooms, and wooden elements, the reception complemented the wedding beautifully. Chetan shares, “Being the last event of the nuptials, we wanted the after-party to be breathtaking. To achieve that effect, we conceptualized a rustic theme that also had hints of contemporary elements. Since this event was just for close family and friends, the couple didn’t want this to come off as yet another traditional reception. They wanted a classic, western theme that was intimate and warm.
To achieve that effect, we conceptualized a rustic theme that also had hints of contemporary elements. Wooden logs at the entrance gave the event a rustic, earthy appeal while the neon lights lit up the venues. White blooms were generously used as they stood out perfectly against the green foliage. Additionally, the venue was also equipped with a dance floor where the newlyweds enjoyed their first dance.”
The Wedding Makers
Venue: The Fern, Lonavala
Wedding Planner and Décor: Mokshiva Entertainment
Photography: Wedding Dews