#ThrowbackThursday? TWD’s ‘Psychedelic’ & ‘Retro’ Décor Will Make Your Jaw Drop!

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Wedding Planners and Designers: Theme Weavers Designs
Photographer: Photo Tantra
Invitation designer: Puneet Gupta Invitations
DJ: Sumeet Sethi
Artist: Jasleen Royale and Nupur Pant
Ambient Artist: Eventsyug
Hospitality Partner: Rosette Wedding
Destination: Jodhpur

While we are all limited to the walls of our homes, we can’t help but let out minds wander to the beautiful weddings of the past! Well, we came across a particularly beautiful one and wanted you to take a look too!

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With the family insisting on the planners taking care of every little detail- the Theme Weavers Designs Team stepped on board and did exactly that. From ensuring that each individual guest was warmly welcomed and attended to, to designing the most trippy and awe-inspiring décor- they did it all!

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The festivities started with a ‘psychedelic’ experience at the Bijolai Palace, overlooking the massive lake. We don’t know about you, but the bright neon surely made us glow with envy and wish we could be in attendance too! The floral designers were asked to stick to modern vibes for this event.

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The next day, the planners decided upon a little ‘Rajasthani Pop’ of color for the Mehndi at the Taj Hari Mahal followed by the equally colourful yet untraditional sangeet at the Newton Manor, which had a fusion of a ‘Great Gatsby’ and ‘Retro’ theme.

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The wedding and reception followed, which were held at the Aaradhya Greens. The theme was built around ‘The Orient Express,’ which just so happened to coincide with the start of the couple’s journey of togetherness!

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When asked what drew her to such unique décor, Prerana Saxena, Founder, Theme Weavers Designs stated, “Our mantra is local is global. This is something we keep in mind while doing experience design in destination weddings. Our endeavour is to create a differentiated experience for our clients, which is modern yet rooted in local culture and heritage.”