Shruti Batra and Karan Singh, Jai Mahal Palace, Jaipur
Giving the conventional yellow-hued haldi celebration a quirky twist with shades of teal blue, this couple’s haldi was thoroughly desi.
Spectacularly colorful and glamorous, UK-based Shruti Batra and Karan Singh’s destination wedding made the way for cheerful moments where the couple had a gala time celebrating their union alongside their loved ones. Ensuring that everything was picture-perfect was WeddingSutra Favorite – The Stage Craft who carefully executed the couple’s wedding. Capturing the couple as they shared candid moments of love was WeddingSutra Favorite – Twogether Studios.
Pradeep Jaiswani from The Stage Craft shares, “Shruti knew exactly what she wanted in every aspect and after a couple of brainstorming sessions we were in tune with her needs. For the mehndi, she was quite keen on a particular shade of pink to be included in the decor and we made sure that it was executed. As for the themes, we incorporated the couple’s personalities and interests as we ideated. Thankfully, everything was amazing!”
Delightfully flaunting multiple shades of pink, the Mehndi was an open-air event. Decorated with fresh blooms and canopies suspended pink tassels – this event witnessed the couple entering to the beats of the dhol and color bombs.
Sangeet and After Party
With the bride being a Bollywood buff, the sangeet party was orchestrated around a Bollywood theme with customized clapboards and LED signs that lit up the outdoor venue. Lanterns crafted out of fairy lights were suspended from a rustic canopy while a sequined backdrop made for a glam backdrop where everyone gathered to take selfies and official portraits.
For the after party, the celebrations were moved indoors where the couple let their hair down as they took the dancefloor by storm and were joined by their energetic friends.
Bedecked in shades of yellow and blue, the haldi was completely desi in theme with quintessential Indian wall hangings, ethnic parasols and a dress code that focussed on vibrant prints. Cabanas decorated with ethnic prints flowed in the breeze as the bride and groom did the bhangra with their loved ones.
Wedding and After Party
Pradeep Jaiswani from The Stage Craft shares, “For the wedding, we designed a theme that fit right in with the beauty of the venue. Royal elements, like, a heavily embellished carpet, vintage chandeliers, red and white blooms along with diyas were included to create a regal atmosphere.”