Mystic beauty, cultural pride, and vibrant hues tied into a love story.

When tanaRi met with Nisha and Naveen to plan their wedding reception, we were ecstatic due to two reasons.  The bride is an embodiment of sweetness and a delight to work with. Secondly, Nisha loves peacock feathers and wanted to incorporate it into the theme for the reception.

Drawing on that inspiration, we went to work in putting together a peacock themed affair for the couple, while maintaining the elegance and grandeur of the ceremony.

We loved that Nisha’s traditional bridal lehenga choli beautifully captured the hues of teal, purple, gold and green.  This multicolored peacock feather effect can be seen throughout the event space blended into the floral arrangements, linens, place settings and favors.

Real peacock feathers were introduced into wedding cake, giving a pop to the shimmering feathers against the white fondant.

The individual place settings got a touch of glamour with single peacock feathers offering an exotic feel.  The mini tiered cakes for the guests done in vibrant hues looked impressive as table decorations and were a crowd favorite.

Nisha and Naveen – A beautiful and graceful couple, whose special day was bright with love, light and colors, with just the right touches of peacock.  tanaRi is blessed to have been part of this celebration and wishes them a colorful future together!

(Credits – Floral Design: Spitz & Peck; Cakes: Butterfly Bake Shop; Photos: Salwa Photography)



Filed under Bridal, Event-Planning, St. Patrick's Day, Green, Healthy, DIY, Indian Weddings, South Asian Weddings, Weddings

3 responses to “Mystic beauty, cultural pride, and vibrant hues tied into a love story.

  1. Radhika

    Decor is aboslutely gorgeous. Great work tanaRi!

  2. Thanks Radhika! It was a fun event indeed!

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