Pranshooni Gajjar and Dev Jariwala, Surat
With the Pheras under a tree, a citrusy Haldi, macramé Mehndi and more, this intimate farmhouse wedding was full of interesting ideas.
Surat-based Graphic Designer Pranshooni Gajjar tied the knot with Dev Jariwala, Owner of Akrish Jewelry, in a stunning celebration of love inspired by their unique tastes and personalities. Minimal yet memorable, the striking festivities planned and executed by WeddingSutra Favorite – Creative Witty are sure to impress you with their creative decor ideas.
Tying the knot in their hometown of Surat, the couple hosted their wedding festivities across a variety of venues, all the details of which were planned and executed to perfection by the team of Creative Witty. Talking about their experience working with them, they share, “We were looking for something rich, elegant and utterly unique. We wanted to be starstruck when we entered the venue of each function, and Creative Witty brought our dreams to life in the most spectacular way! From flowers to lights and the dreamy set-up, it was exactly as we had wanted. We can’t thank Mr. and Mrs. Choksi and their team enough for such an impeccable job!”
Designed with dainty elements, the intimate backyard Mehndi had an impressive bohemian décor. A soft color palette of cream and earthy tones offset the surrounding greenery beautifully along with macramé hangings, wicker furniture, pampas grass, palm leaves and more, complete with bright pops of pink and red flowers. The bride sported a breezy indo-western printed ensemble in purple for a cool contrast as she got her arms painted with henna.
Brimming with charming, vibrant decor, the Haldi function took a modern spin on the traditional ceremony. Sunny yellows and bright blues came together in joyous prints and textures for a lively setting against the lush green backdrop of the venue, decked with beautiful arrangements of white and yellow blooms. An abundance of lemons used in the mandap canopy, flower vases, baskets, backdrops and more, was truly a refreshing surprise. The bride swapped the usual yellow attire for a bright fuchsia instead, as a lovely contrast.
Complete with sparkling disco balls and tropical greens, the outdoor Sangeet soiree recreated the feel of an enchanted forest. A dazzling silver entryway welcomed the guests into the magical evening of fairy lights, lush greenery, soft mood lighting and tons of sparkle. The evening saw an indulgent multi-tiered cake, stunning performances and non-stop enjoyment.
The intimate Pre-wedding ceremony hosted for the bride’s family saw vibrant, yet minimal decor that was traditional and charming. A canopy of marigolds interspersed with colorful tassels and fabric hangings that descended from a huge tree made for a beautiful mandap at the rituals.
With the decor orchestrated in a delicate palette of ivory and blush, love was literally in the air as Pranshooni and Dev tied the knot. Set right beneath a towering tree, the open-air mandap was covered with an artfully crafted canopy of flowers and chandeliers that hung from the branches for a dreamy effect. A minimal aisle and ornate furniture completed the setting for the nuptials. Dressed in coordinating ensembles of pink, the couple looked like the perfect picture of happiness as they vowed to spend eternity together.
The Wedding Makers
Venue: Indralok complex, Piplod Surat (Mehndi); Tahuko Farm, Surat (Haldi, Sangeet); O.P farm, Surat (Grah Satak, Wedding)
Wedding Planning & Decor: Creative Witty
Bride’s Outfits: Nautanky (Mehndi), Aayushi Maniyar (Haldi), Kalki (Sangeet), Deepkala Heritage (Sangeet), Kalighata (Wedding)
Makeup: Roopsie Taneja (Sangeet, Grahsatak, Wedding), Ankeeta Artistry (Mehndi, Haldi)
Mehndi: Harins Mehndi
Choreography: The Dance Zone
Photography and Videography: Omee Ganatra