A Fairytale Wedding Planned & Executed by the Wedding Lane in Kanpur
by EVENTFAQS Bureau Weddings | July 9, 2019 | News
The Wedding Lane decided to fill this wedding with fairytale moments and hence chose unique venues for all wedding and pre-wedding functions. The bride and groom’s pre-wedding function was done in various different locations to add a different touch.
The sangeet was on January 23rd at the Farm House Lawns in Kanpur. The theme was La La Land. The gathering was of a thousand people and the client expected everything to be mystical; from the decor to the performance and the food set up.
A rich ambience was created by decking up real flowers around arches with large LED panels that were hanging from musical tunnel that had a ceiling embellished with flowers, piano as the flooring, chandeliers that revolved, arches and clouds made of mesh, starry ceiling with crystals hanging all over the ceiling, and mesh birds with neon lighting.
The entertainment was another hit that had an international troupe of dancers and musicians along with Bollywood star Badshah who performed with Aastha Gill for 75 minutes. After this, DJ Khushi took to the stage and performed till 5 am in the morning – leaving the guests to dance the night away.
The décor was mystical with foil printed ceiling to musical-notes carpets, crescent-shaped furniture, large LED clock with mesh arches backdrop and all reflective materials, crystals all over the venue that gave the perfect touch to the ambience. The venue had all over exotic flowers in shades of white, blue, pink, and peach.
The Mehendi function was hosted on January 24th and the theme was Bollywood. For around four hundred guests, Vijay Intercontinental Poolside was chosen as the venue. The client wanted full Bollywood dhamal with colourful ambience, artistic decor and fun entertainment with artists to make the crowd dance to their tunes.
The team created a floating stage, with a ceiling painted in neon colours and assorted props hanging, and a beautifully created vibrant photobooth.
The entertainment set was gorgeous with the beautiful Sufi Sparrows sisters from Chandigarh who performed for 150 minutes and made the guests dance to their tunes with the addition of dhol group giving the celebration a lift. The decor was artistically executed keeping in mind the winter season and the use of vivid colours which were apt for the theme.
The highlights were the mandalas with chevron print carpet all around the venue, Bollywood print cubes, and cushions which depicted the different Bollywood eras. A unique mithai ki gali for dessert arrangements was also created for the celebration.
The wedding was on January 25th at the Iskon Temple Ground in the gorgeous palatial theme with Indian traditional décor. Around seven hundred and fifty guests were expected and the client wanted a grand backdrop with tons of flowers, for a larger than life bride and groom entry.
Beautiful architecture from around the world and rich Indian heritage culture was the inspiration for this wedding décor. For the mandap décor, they selected the head of Ganesha as a symbol for all the vedi pillars, 300 ft x 55 ft larger than life backdrop facade. Rich costumes by 48 dancers for bride and groom entry.
The entertainment had traditional musical pheras and bhajans by famous Manraja pandit with band and special choreography on specially composed song of Ganpati by 48 dancers in rich Indian traditional costumes. The décor had rich use of rose flowers along with rajnigandha flowers all over the venue, big elephants made out of flowers that left the guests amazed.
Huge vedi structure, Ganesha backdrop, magical trees with bells hanging, foil printed colourful cushions, specially designed furniture for the occasion and rich food counters were the decorative attractions for the guests.
The same day evening was the reception hosted for the couple. The theme was a fusion of Victorian and Bellagio architecture in the Iskon temple ground. There were three thousand guests.
The client wanted a grand decor with unique installations and food display. The inspiration was European taste, architecture, interiors, flowers, chandeliers, gardens, fabric, and paintings.
Around 120000 sq. ft of raw space was converted into a dream European palace with 120 Chandeliers of crystals and flowers all over the venue, ceiling with all over paintings, large and beautiful paintings on rich frames made out of fibre. Magical trees on revolving stage with band performing on it.
Pritam Chakraborty performed along with Nakash Aziz, Sreeram, and Antara with 15-piece band, palatial stage and a lot of figurines all over the venue. The bride-groom entry was synonymous to royalty – they entered the venue on a chariot.
For the entertainment, there were mask artists performing musical carnival along with 5-piece musical English band with Harp Player, large flute, and violin. Multiple DJs and Pritam performed with 5 other artists. A very luxurious decor with 120 hanging chandeliers, a revolving stage, magical trees, with geometrical designed flooring, specially crafted counters for food and beverages, large bars, very rich furniture, large Victorian mirrors, Victorian paintings, thematic ceiling, large Victorian lamps, Bellagio garden was designed that just left the guests mesmerised.
Overall it was a very grand and rich affair and the biggest ever wedding in the history of Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh.
The wedding of Chitravan and Akash was hosted from January 23rd to 25th January, 2019 at the Farm House Lawns in Kanpur.