While Indian weddings are true celebrations of love and life, the occasion calls for perfect planning and co-ordination at every stage so that all the guests are well-attended to and the happy couple remembers the vivid event fondly. Lavish or simple, the wedding reflects the personality and culture of families of both bride and groom.
During the course of a traditional Indian wedding, the budget of the wedding, venue of the wedding, the theme, decoration, wedding feast, stage or mandap décor menu, etc have to be decided. A huge range of ideas also emanate from experienced family members and friends.
However, people buzzing with wedding ideas may not know how to put them in place. Knowing how overwhelming wedding planning can be, a wedding planner can ease the burden, and can assist couples in planning for this special day. The services of a wedding planner will ensure the event moves in a coordinated way and in as organized, simple and time-saving a manner as possible.
Modern wedding including the themed weddings which are in currency, demand more creative planning on this special day. Themed wedding arrangements are especially considered more relaxed and relatable for the couple as well as the guests.
With an experienced and capable wedding planner in tow to make the wedding an event to remember, nothing is off-limits for wedding couples who are increasingly given to experimenting with numerous variations of traditional wedding ceremonies.
Whatever arrangements couples may decide on, wedding planners are the best people to rely on for using resources to the optimum level. Be it about stylish venue décor, drapings, table décor, deciding the furniture for a lounge look or traditional royal look, table dressing or foyer displays, people feel relieved to be able to leave the wedding planning in the wedding planner's capable hands. Transforming spaces, creating a vibrant place out of nothing is also part of a wedding planner's job.
Even as bright colours get replaced by sepia or toned down colours and the backdrop shifts to exotic locales, the trappings of the Indian wedding are too much of a lure.