Rohit Bal Luxury Weddings & Events creates magic at Kavita & Sanjiv Bali's daughter's wedding
by Kanika Mehta Weddings | April 28, 2015 | News
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An amalgamation of contemporary and regal, this imperial wedding of Delhi's popular socialites Kavita and Sanjiv Bali's daughter, was designed and executed by Rohit Bal Luxury Weddings and Events. The ethereal decor crafted by Rohit Bal recaptured the royal ambience from the palaces of Rajasthan infused with the medieval touch of the castles of Europe.
Two celebrations took place as part of this wedding, a Sangeet and a wedding, both back to back events which took place at a private farmhouse in New Delhi. Seasons Catering and ITC handled the F&B for the events.
It took 10 days to execute the design rendition and more than 300 people worked on sbringing this concept to reality. Approximately 10,000 meters of silk velvet fabric was especially dyed to raise a grand canopy in rouge Bordeaux, ruched and pleated on the sides.
Rohit Bal, Director, Rohit Bal Luxury Weddings and Events explains, “The most exclusively designed was the mandap, in the shape of a curved arch from the top with thousands of Rajnigandha strings ending with deep red roses flowing down like a waterfall of Rajnigandha.”
Not to mention that the water body around the mandap looked absolutely mesmerizing and elevated the décor to a whole new level.
Setting the right mood were enormous crystal chandeliers hanging from the ceiling, Venetian mirrors on the sides and Rajasthani silver furniture including sofas, chairs, thrones and tables scattered all over the luscious deep indigo carpet.
The padded structure along the waterway had traditional Indian instrumental music being played on both the sides.
On the day of the Sangeet had a 7 feet long island bar with laser cut lotus flowers juxtaposed with incredible waves of contemporary Indian flowers and in the middle of it all were the iconic croquembouche like elongated triangular pyramids made of marigold and cockscomb in different colours designed by Rohit Bal.
15000, extremely small milky bulbs were placed like clusters of blooming flowers to brighten up the hedges, drive way and the canopy.
On the day of the wedding, the bar was decorated with mirror in velvet and a 20 feet high extensively hand tooled orchid tree was standing tall, emulating the tree of life. The stage was set in front of a wall of beautifully embedded roses.
The most exclusively designed was the mandap, in the shape of a curved arch from the top with thousands of Rajnigandha strings ending with deep red roses flowing down like a waterfall of Rajnigandha!