Wedding special: Themes to make your D-Day unforgettable!

With wedding season around the corner, here are a few themes you can use to make your D-Day memorable.

Updated: Dec 09, 2016, 14:30 PM IST
Wedding special: Themes to make your D-Day unforgettable!

Mumbai: Weddings are a one-time thing that you will treasure forever! And everyone wants it to be grand, beautiful and perfect. With wedding season around the corner, here are a few themes you can use to make your D-Day memorable.

1)      DIY & Eco-friendly theme
Hate when environment gets affected because of you? Global warming conscious? Choosing an eco-friendly option is the best option for you. Save some chunk of paper by sending E-invites. Use recycled paper, colourful umbrellas, and lanterns for decorations instead of going with flower-arrangement. Give out Good Luck plants to your guests. 

2)      Bollywood theme
An all-time favourite wedding idea! Create the humongous, crazy and filmy theme by having your guests impersonate actor and actresses from your favourite Bollywood movies. Have a slow motion entry of the groom and set-up a filmy doli for the bride. Keep Bollywood awards in sangeet and give out awards for best dance, best couple dance, and best solo performance and so on. 

3)      Diya/Candle Theme
This theme is best suited if you have a night wedding. Have the place lit up with colourful diyas and scented candles. Having this theme will fill up the atmosphere with romance. Place the candles at the dinner tables for creating a magical ambience. 

4)      Village theme
Revisit the various ancient cultures of India by having a village theme for your wedding. Use copper and bronze plates to serve food, have the guests sit on varied beautiful baithaks while eating. Send the invites in Khalitas that were once used for sending messages to kings. Have the wedding staff dressed in dhotis and cholis. Create the desi atmosphere with Indian ethnicity.

5)      Masquerade wedding theme
Want some classy yet mysterious-styled wedding? Go the mask way. Choose colour combinations like black and silver, black and gold, and black and white for masquerade masks for weddings. Keep matching Masquerades for the bride and groom. Have one Masquerade theme dedicated to each family side. Your guests will always remember those masks, feathers and costumes.