Make your own magic, someone once said. So, that’s what Rishi and Yamini founders of The Wedding Designers do with all the weddings they are a part of. Jaya and Anish approached The Wedding Designer’s one week before their Roka, and in that short span of time, they created a magical wonderland which was full of flowers, foliage and of course, magic!
The Roka was held in Raipur, which is where the groom resides. Raipur being quite an offbeat destination was the first hurdle faced by The Wedding Designers team. However,they had no qualms navigating their way through all the arrangements.Everything for the Roka, was flown in from different parts of India. The cake was brought in from Deliciae Patisserie, Mumbai. Flowers were brought in from Kolkata as well asBangalore and guests were chartered in from different parts of the world.
Flowers were an extremely essential part of the Roka, since the entire theme revolved around creating a magical garden. Jaya, the bride, explained to Rishi & Yamini how she wanted an unparalleled décor set up so that the guests didn’t feel like they were in Raipur. None the less, she gave The Wedding Designers their creative space, which allowed them to effortlessly put together this expansive set up in such a short span of time.
Jaya put emphasis on her love for lights, hence there was a tent made with lights under the open sky giving the guests the feeling that were under a sky full of stars. The Roka ceremony took place indoors and had lounges covered in foliage & flowers with soft lighting above giving the feeling of a magical forest.
The photo booth, was adorned with hanging flowers & floral flamingoes, which stole the show. The decor in all was in pastel shades of pink & white and was extremely romantic.
The doting father of the bride pulled out all the stops & even ensured his daughter had the best entertainment and asked The Wedding Designers to rope in the ever so entertaining Meet Brothers along with their band to ensure every guest danced the night away celebrating the union of these two beautiful souls.
This was definitely a Roka to remember and one to envy as well!