Known for its aromatic fragrance and ethereal beauty, Mogra flower (charmingly known as the Arabic Jasmine) is one of the most extensively used flowers in Indian weddings. From being intricately woven into pretty Phoolon ki Chaadars to being used in adorning brides' hair and turning around the decor of your wedding, Mogras cast their magic anywhere and everywhere.
Decorators are crushing over these pristine dainty buds big time because of their heavenly and mesmerizing appeal. And after going through a gazillion of Mogra decor photographs, even we couldn't resist ourselves from penning down ways you can incorporate Mogras in your wedding decor. Drive through this mini photo gallery and don't forget to bookmark your favorites.
Incorporate oodles of trendy mogra trellis on the roof of your mandaps or sitting lounges. Trust us, they work wonders- not just in amping up your décor game but also in leaving your guests in complete awe with the fresh aroma it exudes.
For a bride, what could be better than walking down the aisle under a breathtakingly beautiful Phoolon ki Chaadar completely adorned with Mogras? *Fresh feels*
If you wish to add just that perfect glam to your otherwise boring wedding vows, deck up your mandap with mogra garlands. Use them all over, tuck them in the ceiling or just incorporate them in a backdrop and you’re done.
Mogras can also be used in dressing up the furniture for your wedding. Just how you see in these pictures where the decorator has beautified the look of the chairs by tying mogra strands at the back.
Mogras have become every decorator’s go-to option. So much so that most of them are trying new and fun ways to incorporate them in a wedding décor. Just look at these mogra chandeliers. Don’t they look way more exquisite than the usual crystalized ones?
Try your hands at draping up your stage with mogra curtains or cascading mogra adornments. They can give that wow factor to your wedding venue.
Another way you can use mogra flowers in your wedding decor is by including them in your table settings. Spread them across the table with pillar candles or maybe fill them in vases or mason jars with red roses and use them as table centerpieces.
These petite, highly-fragnant buds are capable of making even the most boring corners emit an exotic richness.