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1. Our Mandap Stories

For Swetcha and Hari, we went traditional with loads of mogra and some modern Chrysanthemums and a splash of white Samantige. We complete the look with brass temple bells. 


WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHED BY VIVEK KRISHNAN
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For Tanya & Dhruvish, we decided to give them a fun garden themed mandap. Complete with Foliage, pastel flowers, mason jars and an over all clean look. 

 


WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHED BY RIMI SEN
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Our most iconic mandap is this one we did for Meghna and Andrew's wedding int he summer of 2013. 

This Beautiful Mogra-Genda mandap was the result of a simple brief - "I love Jasmine". We immediately knew that Mogra was going to be huge and we added the yellow Genda for a pop of color> Lets be honest, yellow and white are a divine combination. 

 
This mandap has been brought back to us several times since its creation.

WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHED BY SANEESH SUKURAMAN
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For Preethi & Vitten we created two mandaps - one for their Nichyadartum (a south Indian Engagement) and one for their Wedding.

For the the Nichyadartum, we gave them beautiful carved pillars with a crown of gorgeous white flowers like roses, gladoli, orchids, etc.


For their wedding, we used the existing gazebo at Tamarind Tree and adorned it with strung white and pink flowers and accented the colors with strung green foliage. TO add a temple feel we added temple bells.
We also added a touch or organza to the ceiling and a pretty chatai backdrop. We used urlis to cordon off the stairs right in front of the couple. 

WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHED BY ANKIT SINGH
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Nivriti & Avkash told us that wanted modern chic with bright colors for their Garden wedding at ITC Windsor.
So we used our favorite yellow genda, this time with glass orbs. Yellow and pink emerged as a theme from our conversation with the couple and their families.
A touch of bright pink roses in the glass orbs just completed this mandap and how. 

WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHED BY ANKIT SINGH
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Parul & Apurva wanted a simple and elegant mandap. Organza is our go to fabric when we think elegance. Red and white roses along with long mogra strings with bells added a fun element.

PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY - A WEDDING GUEST. 

Neha & Ankur wanted glamours for their Arya Samaj Wedding. And what is more glamorous than shimmering sequin fabric. We added strings of crystals in the back as we didnt want to cover up the gorgeous banyan tree in the back.


PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY WEDDING TALES 
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Supriya and Rajit chose the the gorgeous Tamarind Tree as their wedding venue. Our job was easy, make a beautiful venue look perfect with a minimalist pieces. In effect to that, we added a pink and orange floral crown to our favorite carved pillars. Drapes and gaddha sets in the same color just tied the whole look together.  

 
 
WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHED BY ANKIT SINGH
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Anant and Yasmina wanted a bright mandap but had one condition, that the flower must be really high up as Anant was allergic to pollen. So we did two things, chose roses that they are closed flowers with a lesser change of pollen flying around and kept it as high up as we possible could. We also layered plain gold organza with booti-dar red net. Finished the look off with temple bells.

WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHED BY MEGHNA SHIRISH
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Archana and Puneet wanted a pillar-less mandap so that all their guests could feel like a part of the ceremony. Ganjam Mantapa created the perfect space with the morning sun pouring in from the ceiling. 

We used floral rangolis and brass lamps to up the traditional quotient of this cute mandap.
WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHED BY VIVEK KRISHNAN
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Pooja and Vijay wanted their mandap to have something different and out of the box, we gave them this floral chandelier made of mogra desi gulab and tiny brass bells.

WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHED BY VIVEK KRISHNAN
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Anusha & Varun wanted us to just design their decor and had their own decorator bring this peach and yellow mandap to life. 

WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHED BY ANKIT SINGH
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Pratika & Jai were having an indoor wedding at MLR convention center but still wanted a bright mandap. We gave them this light pink and silver mandap with a crown of colorful roses.
Silver accents were int he form of the chandelier and the mandap seating. We also lined the light pingh chiffon fabric with lotus buds. 
WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHED BY ANKIT SINGH
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Roopa and Sunil wanted a traditional mandap. We went with dark colored carved pillars and orange marigold with bells. We bushes of mango leaves on the top corners and a pleated orange backdrop. 

WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHED BY NIKHIL SHASTRI
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Pavani and Ravi wanted a pink and peach color scheme and we went for this simple mandap with fabric, lights and minimal flowers.


  
WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHED BY SHIKHA BALAKRISHNAN
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Poornima and Gautum wanted a mandap completely made of marigold and we decided to exploit how good orange and yellow look together for this one. We added fuchsia fabric for a pop of color and the mango leave for a touch of tradition. 

WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHED BY SANEESH SUKURAMAN
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Ketaki and Petlee wanted us to give them the simplest mandap we could possibly pull off. And this is the result of that. A pristine white mandap with red and green accents. Perfect for a day wedding.
WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHED BY SHARAN RANJIT
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