What are Experiential Weddings?by Hitesh Joshi Digital Marketer
How to plan one?
An ‘experiential wedding‘ can be done at the back of your home, in a small lawn, by the side of a river or lake, in a forest, or even in the midst of trees and other natural surroundings.
The idea behind experiential unions is that we can improve our beautiful surroundings and give our wedding a ‘different’ feel and charm. Unique because not a lot of people have forest weddings or lakeside weddings; and beautiful because your wedding will be a reflection of your personality and will be cozy and a loving affair with your near and dear ones.
As wedding planners in Udaipur, we will help you bring your vision alive by creating something amazing.
We will weave threads of wonder in the existing palette that nature has offered us and create a stunning backdrop for your wedding promises.
✅ Add Some Creative Lockdown Quotes - They can be best to motivate captions about keeping safe during COVID-19 or can just be written ways suggesting people sanitize their hands now and then. Setting up signage during your wedding will be helpful.
✅ Say Goodbye To The Good Old Stage -
For a 100 people marriage, the idea of stages can be kept aside as well. After all, 100 is a flexible number of people and you frequently need a stage for bigger weddings.
✅ Set Up More Intimate Table Layouts -
With a smaller number of guests, you can now go in for long tables to accommodate everyone. These tables can be set up and laid out in gorgeous styles and can be added in your intimate decor idea checklist in the most amazing ways.
✅ Add Printed Menus To Each Table -
It's just a small way of adding a more personal touch to your entire decor and make it even more beautiful. So, what are you thinking? Bookmark this printed menus to your top decor idea checklist NOW!
✅ Backdrops That Catch The Eye
Having a nice backdrop to the seating arrangement where the bride and groom are going to sit always adds a pleasant touch to the entire decor. These backdrops make for wonderful photo booths and actually tend to stand out the most as decor elements.
✅ DIY Decor With Old Elements
Ever since intimate weddings became the new normal, upcycling of material to create decor has become a regular practice amongst couples planning their wedding. And for a wedding with 100 people, these DIY decor elements should suffice.
✅ Add A Pretty Jhoola To Your Celebration
One of the most special decor elements we've ever seen at any wedding is gorgeously decorated jhoolas. Jhoolas make for amazing additions to a wedding function. And to make it the quintessential cutesy element of a celebration, it's the best thing is to decorate your jhoola yourself!
✅ Use Candles To Add Aesthetic Appeal
Candles have always been a great addition to any kind of decor. Aesthetically appealing, they're easily available and can be added literally anywhere at a venue.
✅ Use Pretty Drapes To Transform The Venue
Drapes are one of the easiest ways to transform any regular venue into a wedding venue. In fact, if the wedding is in your own backyard or terrace, colourful drapes that match the theme of your function, be it haldi, sangeet or mehndi, can be used to recreate and amplify the beauty of the decor.
✅ Include The Venue's Trees
If your venue has trees then it is our earnest request for you to include them as part of your decor. Trees that are oh-so-commonly present at every wedding venue right from beaches, lawns, and gardens to your home, farmhouses and resorts.
✅ Never Forget The Charm Of Gorgeous Cushions
Place them on the floor, place them on a jhoola or place them on a simple couch, cushions are practically one decor element that has become a regular part of any wedding function.
We all love fairylights! They're the easiest way to jazz up any evening or night function. In fact, if you are unable to procure any from the market (though that's a highly unlikely scenario), you can always use the ones from your previous year's Diwali celebration! So add some fairylights as part of your Indian decor idea checklist.
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