In vogue: 6 fun elements that are super hot at weddings!
by Kanika Mehta Weddings | May 19, 2015 | Photo Feature
Take a look at these installations which are not only adding uniqueness to many a weddings but are proving to be sure shot conversation starters amongst attendees of the event.
#1 - Fun Photo booths
Young Couples love to have something fun at their functions! Check out these light hearted moments created by Bougainvilla Design with the help of the ever so popular Bicycle!
# 2- Initials of the bride and the groom
Installation by Devika Narain for a wedding in Mauritius.
Isn’t this an awesome installation which can also double up as a great Photo – op so guests can get a great click plus a souvenir like photograph from the wedding! You can even use the in lit versions of these.
# 3- Signage
Every fun wedding has to have a fair share of these - something to get the guests to stop, look and smile. Most popular are the entrance signage and the bar signage which can be made romantic, naughty or fun!
# 4- Wish Trees
Every couple loves to have some keepsakes from their wedding, especially if these are hand written memo's from their loved ones! You could install a large wish tree where guests write a wish or two for the couple. It gets the crowd excited and engaged and is a very popular mehendi and wedding trend!
# 5- Truck Bars
Such a popular bar nowadays! Whether the clients are Punjabis, Marwaris or even Sindhis, this one is an absolute favourite Mehendi function bar!
Jasleen Kochhar, Director Bougainvilla Design says, “An instant hit - the trend for this is here to stay! And like us, if you can create a bar with a real truck body- you are sure to get the crowd's attention!”
# 6- Unusual/ Quirky Backdrops
According to Kochhar, fast replacing the conventional designs are these new age concepts of showcasing crochet rings with flowers for a contemporary mehendi or a black board style backdrop for the bar or Japanese parasols for a colourful backdrop!
Take a look at these installations which not only add uniqueness to weddings but are also becoming conversation starters amongst attendees.