Luxurious South Indian Temple Wedding Designed By Abu Jani & Sandeep Khosala & Celebrations

August 29, 2017 - by Preeti

What an amazing treat we have today! This South Indian wedding in Hyderabad is nothing short of spectacular. The dream celebration decor was conceptualized by couture fashion designers Abu Jani & Sandeep Khosala and completed in under 6 months! BF Red Book member Celebrations did the decor execution for the wedding & sangeet Dinning area.

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And what stunning work Ipsita, Mushtaq and team Celebrations did.

Let's hear what they have to say about the wedding decorations.

The traditional wedding theme was based on the temples of South India. The decor featured the gods and goddesses in different motifs and styles.

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Metal cladded doors at entrance to the wedding zone with goddess Laxmi & Saraswati in tanjore style welcomed guests to the wedding.

The meet & greet passage comprised of a golden mirror ceiling?, hand painted floor, and elephant pillars to replicate the temples of south India.

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The wedding arena featured exquisite embroidery work designed by Abu Sandeep for this special wedding. A mesmerizing 18 foot wide in-lit lotus chandeliers on the ceiling created a luxurious space.

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For the vidhi madap, we created three south Indian temples scenes each with exquisite detailing and highlighted by traditional painting from Chennai. The Tanjore paintings were the highlight of the mandap, each measuring 12ft x 10ft, by far one of the largest in history of Tanjore. The Ashtalaxmi & Laxmi Narayan were made in real gold with a twist of pastel colors by a team of 35 artist working for one month straight in Tanjore.

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Here is the installation ?of artistic Deeplaxmi to welcome the guest to dining area.

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The dinning area was clad with 24'' high mirror mosaic wall and all around. The mirror mosaic wall had paintings done by artists from Jaipur. The huge ceiling chandeliers installations added beauty to the gilts.

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For the Sangeet dining area, the walls were draped with shimmery and glittery black and gold gota fabric with miniature light to create a heavenly feel. Huge golden black tablescapes complemented the shimmer.

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Flowers were shipped from all over India and even imported from different countries. Accessories and accoutrements were personally hand picked from various parts of the globe to suite the occasion.

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The wedding was attended by the movers and shakers from India and across the globe while the film industry had Mr. Amitabh Bachchan. Mr. Rajnikant . Mr. Nagarjuna and Mr.Chiranjeevi and many others representing in full force.

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Be sure to reach out to Celebrations if you are looking for wedding planning and decor anywhere in India and abroad!

{Wedding Credits}

Wedding decor - Celebrations // Photography: Joseph Radhik // Design and concept: Abu Jani & Sandeep Khosala

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