Q Events by Geeta Samuel recreates South-India with stunning detailing!
by Kanika Mehta Weddings | August 7, 2015 | News
The theme for this wedding was designed and inspired by South Indian temple architecture. Beautiful florals, accessories and fresh colours were used to add to the serene environment. Keeping in mind the south Indian theme, the colours used were Tangerine, Emerald Green, Maroon, Gold with rich brocades.
For the entrance and walkway extravagant floral rangolis and heavy floral 'torrens' were created along with very intricately carved pillars.
Jewellery inspired life size chandeliers were also crafted, keeping in mind the richness of south Indian temples. Pillars were inspired from the beautiful architecture of the Meenakshi temple, Madurai and Tamil Nadu.The facsination ceiling treatment featured a 20 feet round inverted umbrella with heavy floral torrens and tassels.
The dining area was inspired from Kettuvallam house boats of Kerala with bamboo poles, coconut fiber, ropes, bamboo mats, carpets and florals.
The famous south Indian kalamkari art paintings were placed in the restaurant area.
Colourful masks inspired from South Indian dance form Kathakali with different facial expressions and 'mudras' were used. Elaborate flower arrangements were made for the table décor.
The Vedi area was inspired from the tirupati temple. The area was adorned with beautiful floral curtains and tassels. Lavish use of rich velvets and fabric tassels showcased the royalty of the theme. Heavy 'kaleeras' and bells were designed for the vedi ceiling. A 10 feet Tirupati Balaji was created in fibre for the vedi backdrop. A lot of diyas were also seen around the vedi area.
Keeping in mind the south Indian theme, the colours used were Tangerine, Emerald Green, Maroon, Gold with rich brocades.