This centrepiece was for a Goan themed welcome lunch. Here we used fresh pineapples and blended them with fresh flowers. Since this was placed on wooden tables, the contrast looked quite exquisite.
This floral centrepiece was for a chevron themed Mehendi. We took inspiration from the patterns of chevron and infused them with bright colors. This particular picture shows a hand painted bottle which had 3D mehendi patterns on it, alongside a small tub of flowers.
This beautiful centrepiece was put together for a traditional haldi ceremony. The magnetism it created was because of the simple approach towards the design.
The theme to this wedding was based on a dream almost every girl grew up with- ‘Once upon a time’. The centrepiece expresses the fairy-tale like element, accompanied by the horse carriage with a floral bed.
This centrepiece was based on the famous pumpkin chariot of Cinderella, enhanced with flowers and candles. This is balanced with an earthy bamboo holder, revealing quotes from various fairy-tales.
Breaking away from the usual flowers or paper craft used for centrepieces, this particular one is hands down our favourite. The uniqueness of this lies in its simplicity and monotone usage of colors. Who would have thought that simple barley straws, put together in a jar would look this pretty?
Simple, elegant and balanced with just the right amount of florals. At theme weavers, we don’t believe in unnecessarily bundling up exotic florals and increasing the budgets of the clients. In fact, we believe in minimal use of flowers to highlight their beauty without creating clutter.
Exotic flowers, gorgeous pearls, crochet lace and glitter candles- all placed artistically on a wooden log to balance it out. What more do you need for the centrepiece inspired from the royal Portugal sails.
Pretty white flowers paired with unique lamps and glass bottles already look elegant. But what happens when a simple locket is added to this installation? That’s what we call the magic of design! The anchor denotes the royal Portugal sail theme that we did for this wedding.
Once again inspired from the nautical theme, this centrepiece comprised of a wooden ship wheel at the base, decorated with bright exotic flowers.
This centrepiece was created for a Goan wedding. The theme depicted the unison of the bride and groom and showed the birds flying into a heavenly abode to seek the blessings of the one above.
Taking a different approach to a mehendi table installation, we decided to use jute cords to wrap the bottles and add a simple floral element to them. These were further adorned with gainda malas around themjust to give the right touch to the function.
Totally spelling retro, this centrepiece was inspired by the Great Gatsby.. Using classic colors, adding just the right amount of bling and completing it with candles and florals, this was a treat for the guests.
Inspired from the French, this centrepiece was made of acrylic and had an exotic floral base. It was further decorated with LED pillar tapered candles. This masterpiece was battery operated and blended from one color to the other to further enhance the wow factor.
Since this event was at The Umaid Bhawan Palace, we had to pay close attention to each detail and amplify it to match the palace itself
Exotic flowers in high-end wedding is something most of us have witnessed, but imagine a simple glass vase, adorned with nothing but a few tulips and placed near a tastefully done mehendi candle? What was the result? Awestruck guests who were absolutely in love with this unique design!
So these were few of our favourite ones. Since each one is close to our hearts, we cannot choose just one!