Origami, pinwheels, kalire, buntings, bird cages, chalk boards, dream catchers, kettles, and bangles - We bet you would've have seen at least one of these decor items at a wedding in the past.

But what you wouldn't have thought or seen before is - having (or should I say hanging?) dhol in decor!

Baraati Inc recently planned a Dhol Night for - Ritesh Arora (the groom) who is a business man and Medha Batra (the bride) who is a fashion designer and it was nothing less than truck loads of excitement and craziness!

As the groom is a fun-loving and high-spirited guy, he wanted an evening full of enjoyment with his closest family and friends which turned into an eccentric Dhol night in shades of pinks, oranges, and greens at his house in Gurgaon.

The BEST part of this celebration - There were not only dhol-wallas to keep up the night young and fun, the dhols were even an essential part of the decor as well! Can you believe it?

♥ There were dhols hanging all around the venue

♥  Dhols were also used as cocktail tables

Other decor elements: 

♥  Wishing tree with hanging note cards!

♥  Groom's Harley Davidson standing under the wishing tree

To take this dhol night which was almost like a crew party to another level of entertainment, the wedding planners got the Percussionist-DJ Duo- Darpan & Dhiraj, instead of a normal DJ.

Another amazing idea you can steal for your celebration: Customised t-shirts were given to family and friends describing their relationship with the groom!



Planners & Conceptualisers: Baraati Inc | Photographer: Stories by Joseph Radhik | Artist: Dhiraj & Darpan

Trend Alert: Dhol in Wedding Decor

by Sanchita Kalra

Trend Alert: Dhol in Wedding Decor