A Spectacular Udaipur Wedding @ The Oberoi Udaivilas By Regal Weddings
by Kanika Mehta Weddings | July 19, 2016 | News
Regal Weddings Udaivilas
Regal Weddings designed, planned and executed this wedding at The Oberoi Udaivilas, Udaipur recently.
The Hawaiian Poolside Mehendi
The Mehendi and Pool party was at the main Poolside of the hotel. The event showcased a Hawaiian twist in décor fused with typical with Mehendi elements.
Guests were welcomed by Hawaiian outfit girls.Orchid Tiara and Garlands, Other decor elements included Pineapple Centrepieces, a large multicoloured Hawaiian Paper Umbrella backdrop for the Bar, Tiki Bar, Spa setup etc.
A separate Mehendi area was setup in colourful drapes and guests enjoyed live Bangle Maker and Caricature Artists.
The Candle- Lit Sangeet
The Sangeet evening was dominated by candles and candelabras in terms of decor. A stage was setup with candle walls as the backdrop.
Tea Light candle holders were used to create patterns on the floor.
A Peacock colour palette was used in drapes, upholstery and lighting.
The Baarat Party!
Since the wedding was early morning next day, the couple chose to throw a Baraat Party where the groom arrived in a classy horse chariot and was welcomed by bride and her family at the main entrance.
The main décor element seen was warm lighting by thousands of diyas at the entrance and in the water body which is in the centre of the venue.
The dance area was given a contrast by setting it up as an outdoor club featuring a large dance floor, light effects, a lounge area, a designer bar etc. Colours used here were deep red and gold.
The Traditional Morning Wedding
For the wedding in morning, Regal Weddings used an area at the Crescent lawn as a Mandap instead of creating a regular Mandap structure. The bride wanted to stick to traditional décor which was implemented using a temple theme.
Floral hangings, bells, traditional low seating, banana leaves etc were used as elements. Colours used here were Orange, Yellow and White.
The Varmalas were imported from Sri Lanka.
The Purple & Gold Reception
The Reception Dinner in evening was a fusion of traditional and western elements. The colour palette was Purple and Gold. Lanterns was used in all the detailing of décor from centrepieces, stage, entrance to the hangings.
The evening concluded with guests releasing wishing fire lanterns.
The agency was responsible for planning, management, hospitality, decor and overall execution.