Sustainable and Eco friendly Wedding
Sustainable and Eco friendly Wedding For a long time now, we have all been aware of the increasing concerns about the Climate change and with the Covid 19 completely bringing the World to a standstill, we strongly predict that there will be a shift in Decor trends towards an Eco friendly approach.
If you see, the trends we have highlighted so far are biased towards a Natural way. We always recommend using Real flowers rather than artificial flowers since it feeds the Ecosystem with sustainability.
Also, a great emphasis will be on Minimal Wastage in Weddings. Be it food or Decor, the major focus will be on Recycle, Reuse and Reduce.
Any event can be an eco friendly event. Its up to you as to how conscious you are and the efforts you are willing to make to imbibe the same. For a mehendi you could use paper kites, origami cranes, pinwheels to use as decor. For a haldi you could source locally grown marigolds to brighten up space and avoid putting flowers in bunches in an oasis and have mainly garlands strewn around.
For a sangeet you could reuse materials or take on rent what the planner has for your decor. Use candles, lanterns and mood lighting. For the wedding, you could go rich in foliage and minimal locally sourced flowers for the mandap.
Some tips before you choose a Venue
1. If yours is a daytime wedding try and have it in an outdoor venue to cut down on power consumption used for lighting up an indoor venue.
2. Look for venues with large trees so that there is a natural shade for your guests
3. Look for venues rich in the foliage so that you just need to enhance the space and can look into detailing decor for each guest and making it a wholesome, intimate and memorable experience.Outdoor intimate
The Key Destination for weddings this year will depend on where the couple is located.
Well someone in Delhi can choose Agra, Mussoorie, Jaipur reaching there is just a drive away, someone from Bangalore or Chennai will prefer Mahabalipuram or Pondicherry, couples from Mumbai or Pune can choose Lonavala or Amby valley.Lets look at some intimate wedding decor for outdoors.
Cozy & Intimate are where the memories are made as beautifully narrated by Cathrin from CD Weddings Australia. Sarah and Tim got married in the Royal Freshwater Bay Club in Peppermint Grove, one of the oldest suburbs in Perth, located on the Swan River. We used the adjoining park with the beautiful white Pavilion which was built in 1903. Her sister in law is an artist, so I had asked her to create a sketch of the pavilion, which we incorporated into the wedding stationery. Sarah loved the colours sage and warm white, so together with the peacock lace from her wedding gown, brass and wooden elements her theme/colour palette was set. Sarah walked down the aisle with marimba players playing Hans Zimmerman: You are so cool. The couples favourite! After the ceremony, the guests made their way to the Yacht Club for pre dinner drinks while the bridal party went on board at the grooms family boat called: HIAWATHA one of the oldest handmade wooden boats in Western Australia.
Fully Curated: When you don a bespoke suit, you will instantly feel like a king amongst men, so for all the women your custom made gown or lehenga will make you feel no less than a queen. Well, the argument here is that weddings are curated ones, something that matches your personality and has a profound connection to your journey. Hence a Fully Curated trend is one that will forever stay close to your heart and speak volumes.