Hindu wedding décor & planning
At 1SW we withhold over 20 years of Hindu wedding experience whilst proudly being at the forefront of Hindu wedding decor across London and the UK.
We know that cultural traditions hold great importance and needs to be prepared with care and expertise which is at the centre of our company’s ethos. Our design and decor offering spans over mandap hire, mandap decor, wedding stages and backdrops, as well as table centrepieces for all your Hindu wedding events may it be the Mehndi, Haldi Rasam, engagement (Sagai) or Sangeet party.
For a Hindu wedding, a mandap can be a fundamental element, with so much focus on this aspect, it is only inevitable that you would want it to be flawless. We are the ultimate specialists in designing both bespoke and readily available mandaps. When developing the mandap concept, we consider the theme and your attire to ensure that the wedding mandap fits impeccably with all aspects of your ceremony, but also have a visual impact that will leave your wedding guests in awe.
As well as creating majestic bespoke mandaps, we have a collection of domed, round and square shaped, Rajasthani, natural willow branches, Sankheda, royal Rajwada, crystal, traditional Indian mandaps and more. If you wish to elevate the mandap, the choices are endless, such as fresh (and artificial) florals including baby breathe, roses, peonies, orchids, marigolds, lilies, hydrangeas, and draped fabrics, foliage and ornamental embellishments. If your mandap requires the relevant mandap furniture and accessories, we can provide the Kanyadan chairs, Patla, Bajot, Havan kund and Chories with all fabric around the mandap always being fire resistant.
For Mehndi and Haldi Rasam events we offer a range of options including the classic orange, yellow, pink and green multicoloured stages with a jhoola/swing and backdrop curtains. We too can arrange Mehndi decor such as mattresses, cushions, Rajasthani umbrellas, creative lighting and Moroccan style lamps, lanterns to accompany the Mehndi stage.
Wedding stages literally sets the stage for the couple, as well as being a focal point for guests. Wedding stages are traditionally present at engagements (Sagai), Mandap ceremonies, Mehndi’s and Sangeet party functions. We offer a wide range of exclusive wedding stages to hire and as a bespoke service in a huge array of fabrics and in traditional, contemporary and unique designs. With a stage it is conventionally paired with a spectacular backdrop to elevate it; we offer backdrops such as silk and satin curtains, tailored draping, fresh floral walls, balloon walls, LED screens, hanging lights, living walls, neon and acrylic signage and more.
For engagement and reception table centrepieces, it can be as minimalistic and elaborate as you would like. The type of centrepieces you choose should take in account various factors including the venue style, decor theme, head table decor and table stationary. Extravagant centrepieces can include larger than life fresh florals in glass vases, round flower arches and wisteria trees. Grouped candle sticks, arrangement of florals in delicate bottles, crystal candelabras, floral ring arrangements or storm lanterns are just a snippet of the table centrepieces we have available to create an understated look.
At 1SW we have the expert skills to ensure your Hindu wedding decor matches with your vision, theme and venue through our bespoke service to create your ultimate wedding. We recommend an appointment with our Hindu wedding experts to discuss your theme, colours, budgetary limits and preferences. Contact us today to book your free consultation to create the perfect package for you.
If you’re looking for full decor and planning service for your Hindu wedding, our professional and well-connected team of planners across London and surrounding areas could be exactly what you’ve been looking for to help create and produce an intimate to spectacular Hindu wedding for you, your family and guests.
" When I walked in and saw it for the first time it was beautiful. Two months on and guests are still talking about how beautiful it was. "