And it's officially "Hello December!" time which means so many weddings and inspirations along with. And well, of course, Christmas too!! *happy dancing already*
As December has set in so has our new blog on monthly decor favorites. New elements to incorporate and freshest of ideas to inspire your wedding decor sums up our "November Decor Favorites" in a line. For some hottest of finds, new-age trends, and decor that'll make you go wow, let's hop right into this!
This archway installation done in a variety of white blooms is surreally out of this world.
A grand walkway made of branches amped up with plenty of colorful flowers.
A cascading Jodhpur inspired Indigo ceiling.
A gorgeous wedding day decor in hues of lavender and with an edgy chrome metallic aisle.
White blooms, greens, candles, and lights—what a perfect pretty corner!
This all-white draped minimal mandap adorned with beautiful light hued flowers has our hearts!
And how edgy and raw is this Rajasthan inspired cascading tree decor.
Done fully in greens and roses with hanging candle baubles, such table settings are a must for outdoor seatings.
Done for a welcome dinner, this aesthetic art is inspired by Sunderbans and are handcrafted by local craftsmen.
This outdoor setting for a welcome dinner done with fairy lights, flowers, and hanging greens is so magical. And not to miss out on the wall of hand-painted poppies.
A beautiful canopy of Chinoiserie detailed Indigo parasols with lots of coral florals.
This mandap setting for Anand Karaj completely decked up with white and pink-hued florals.
A heavenly arched mandap made with a plethora of roses in hues of white and pink. The absolute garden feels!
With engraved mirror paneling on the sides and strings and lightbulbs making up the bar ceiling, this bar setup is just perfect for a starry night.
A scintillating dining setting created under a Rajasthani tent beautified with white tuberoses and greens.
A mandap setting heavily laden with white flowers and greens.
A reflective heavily floral installation.
An out of the box entrance created with threads.