“Some things are better when they’re flawed”.
The whole concept of getting married at a banquet or farmhouse has been surpassed to a whole new level. Who could imagine of turning a haunted mill into a venue, except the ones who can go out of the box to make a couple’s big day the most special and a memorable one?
Aashna Singh of Aash Studio, Yes! The designer who designed and planned her own wedding; took the wedding venue game to an all new level. She experimented with Mukesh Mills as the wedding venue for a Muslim wedding and the results are bound to astound you.
The whole plethora was so contagious, we feel so much in love while looking at the way Mustafa is looking at her bride…have a look!
With a beautiful play of lights and lanterns by placing them decently and not the decor overpowering the space and ethos. The bride too being on the creative side wanted a magnificent combination of greens and whites so we included a desi touch of loose mogra, rajnigandha, tuberoses and orchids.
On asking Aashna of how she coped up the challenges of turning a mill into a wedding venue? Her reply in itself is a motivation for many. Starting things from scratch; organising the basics from water to electricity, everything seems to be so much fun with spaces.
Nothing stops her from being excited about challenges and we can see that really well! Her planning was so on point; though this was the first ever wedding in Mukesh Mills, she focused more on accentuating what the place real beauty is about and played it right!