MEMORABLE MANDAPS: Steal One of These Vedi Ideas For Your Next Wedding!
by Kanika Mehta Weddings | July 4, 2016 | News
Today mandaps are not limited to four pillars and the old school marigolds have been replaced by wilder shrubbery! Many are fun and quirky and then there are the super elegant and classy ones!
We bring you a round up of some of the most unique and inspiring ones we came across recently.
Take a look!
One of the most unique ones we came across is one made up of only ice was also created. Ice Carvers from UK and Russia were flown in specially to get the desired look. A total of 20000 kgs of ice sculptures were chiseled out to make the pheras like a 'Never Seen Before' look.
And have a look at this Haloconia Vedi by Elusive Dreams! The decor agency used greens, hanging haloconias and orchids to create this Vedi.
This mandap by Devika Narain & Company was set in the stepwell and draped in mogra and rajnigandha. Cushions had vintage floral prints inspired by a painting in the Jaisalmer Fort. Desi gulab completely covered the water body around the mandap to create this stunning block of red which looked heavenly against the desert sandstone.
You can't miss the absolutely traditional yet clean Mandap by Percept Weddings decorated with multicoloured florals. Such a mandap is bound to overpower the rest of the set-up.
Even if roses in Mandaps is common, this one designed by R2S Events made with innumerable blooms is such a delight! Colour blocking is another trend that seems to be a rage these days.
(Above) Floral work by FNP Weddings.
The mandap by Wedding Design Company(WDC) was made of peonies in shades of red and pink, roses, hydrangeas etc. The setting was magical with the Belvedere Palace in Vienna being the backdrop to the ‘Mandap’, which was built on the pond, in front of a waterfall!
Check out this pillar less wonder by World Wide Weddings!
Check out this simple yet stunning rose and marigold mandap by Cineyug Celebrations.
A Pastels and Open garden theme was the inspiration for this Mandap produced by White Water Events. Flowers like cymbidiums, hydrangeas, lilies, winter roses, carnations, etc were used. The central chandelier was the highlight of the mandap.
Today Mandaps don't merely mean pillars decorated with flowers. We bring you a round up of unique and innovative Mandaps!