Online wedding planning platform, has shared tips on how not to make your wedding boring:
* Add transport to your decor: Being Indian means using symbols that define us. Whether it’s decking up the scooter, the refurbished lorry or the cute motorbike, or you could even have a bar shaped like a truck. Label it ‘Sharaab di Gaddi’, and you have an instant hit on your mehendi.
* Pop art baraats: Take the regular baraat celebrations a step higher with fun callouts and streamers. The hottest trend these days is a live DJ on a truck and which play alongside the baraat. Grooms arrive in style on scooties, and guests hold large callouts and shapes to make it look like a mini fair.
* Passport style invitations: Invitation cards set the tone for your wedding and they are the first way to make your wedding quirky. Whether you want a card made as a matchbox (Since you are the perfect match) or as mock boarding passes/ passports for a destination wedding, the sky is the limit.
* Quirky photobooths are all the rage: Grab a bunch of props and create a fun backdrop for a photobooth. You can go all types of funky on photobooth backdrops — from having a life-sized crescent moon for the guests to sit in, to props with giant sunglasses and wigs.
* Include nostalgia: Cutting glasses, village cots and Indian umbrellas. Swap out fancy table centerpieces for cutting chai glasses filled with rose petals, and have your mehendi in a funky village theme with charpoys and umbrellas as the decor.
* Take it up a notch with an entire mela theme. Let your mehendi happen with actual ‘mela games’ like shoot the balloon, water balloon fights, or ring the bottle. It’s something to keep the guests entertained with a uniquely Indian flair.
* Quirky signages: Bring out your personality with fun messages and signboards to get the party started. From signs at your bar (Trust me you can dance..Vodka), to love quotes at your ‘mandap’ (Mutual Weirdness Forever), the list is endless and goes a long way to make your event personalised and fun.