After a storm comes a calm! We understand the loss of lives and this very tough time that the world is going through due to the coronavirus outbreak. Brides-to-be, The Wedding Brigade is together in this global pandemic with you and assure that everything will be okay in the near future.
Looks like the gloomy days will end soon because the Government of India has announced that marriages can take place with a maximum of 50 guests. So, if you had postponed or cancelled your wedding, then brides start planning again for your wedding. We took some inspiration from this #lockdownwalishaadi and you can get hitched with your bae at your home, which is nothing less than a blessing. So, from saving a hell lot of money to celebrating an intimate wedding, we picked these latest home wedding decor ideas that will be perfect for your ‘Ghar Ki Shaadi’!
If you have some local vendors around, then ensure to decorate your home entrance with roses, genda and baby breath flowers & yes, maintain social distancing every time!
If decorating your home entrance seems a task, then pick some fresh flowers that are available near you and put them in vases or include some flowers in a cone to shower them on the couple!
From Diwali to wedding, rangoli is a tradition in Indian weddings. Show your art skills and play with colours to make a fabulous rangoli at the entrance or at your favourite corners of the house!
We are sure you must be having some extra fabric or even dupattas of your home that is of no use to her. Grab them all and play with fabrics that will save you a lot of money and looks perfect in an Indian wedding ceremony like sangeet, mehndi and wedding day.
Planning your mehendi at home? Make your henna at home & put them in those pretty cones that are adorable. Take some inspiration from these mehendi ceremonies that took place at home!
Just like your mehendi ceremony you can also celebrate your haldi at home. Decorate your haldi thali and get ready to have fun!
Just like Bollywood films you can also get hitched at your home where everything is perfect & comfortable. And that’s what most couples did – they got married to the love of your life at their home where everything is just perfect!
What’s a wedding without a bar? Grab some wooden planks and write ‘Bar’ or your ‘Initials’ to make it fun and quirky!
Wedding at home means ‘Do It Yourself’. From decorating the bride & groom chair to playing it with mason jars. DIY and make it a cost-effective wedding!
Stairs straight away mean that you will be walking down that aisle looking drop-dead glamorous in your bridal outfit. So, decorate your stairs with fabrics and flowers.
During the lockdown, it might be difficult to get your favourite flowers like Lily and Sunflowers but genda being the most inexpensive and popular among all of them is easier to get for your celebrations.
We know that you can’t invest at this moment. So take out your Diwali candles and tealights and light them up in ceremonies that won’t burn a hole in your pocket!
Just like your home entrance and seating area your food table also needs a special treatment. How about you keep a donut wall or decorate your table with some genda & mogra flowers!
Want stunning photographs? Include a beautiful photo booth that is decked up with fabrics and florals.
Even if you’re celebrating your big day at your home you must consider having a good seating arrangement. Be it floral wreaths or a sundowner seating area include these beauties in your ceremonies!
Join some wooden planks and paste your & your family’s photos to create that personal touch.
Getting married at home doesn’t mean you can’t keep any wedding favours. DIY your favours in this Quarantine and gift to your loved ones!
If you want to watch how you can create a bridesmaid box or favour, here’s how you can do it:
Planning to get married soon? Include these home decor ideas & have a beautiful wedding!