PhooloKiHoli - The Latest Trend of Wedding Season
As soon as we hear the word “Phoolo ki Holi” it reminds us of the epic story of Radha and Krishna. The duo is famous for playing around with flowers embracing their romance, wondering how did it all start? Magical playing ground of Krishna- In the land of Braj, Holi is celebrated with great pomp and show, which is nowhere else in India. Holi in Braj lasts for more than ten days.
These days, the concept has made a major come back this wedding season, as a hashtag #phoolonkiholi. The latest trend is to create exciting occasions, even more fun. People are now organizing weddings with the Holi theme. Haldi, Mehndi and even sangeet now have colours. And, having a pool party in your backyard on mehndi and sangeet is exceptionally convenient. If you are the one who’s getting married and are bored of the same old concept of haldi and mehndi, here we come to your rescue with excellent wedding flower ideas! Here is how you can make your wedding a memorable one.
1. Play Holi on Your Haldi
Indian weddings are not events but festivals, so why are they not celebrated like one? Add colour to your special day by kickstarting your wedding celebration with a Holi party. With water balloons and lots of colours, you can set the mood for a holi-themed haldi party. Instead of yellow flowers, go for pink, red, purple flowers, and you are ready for #phoolonkiholi, or Brij Holi as it is popularly called. It is a lot more fun than it sounds. Just think - all your loved ones are sprinkling flowers on you and your partner as you celebrate the beginning of your new journey. Also, it gives heaps of great pictures.
2. Phoolon ki Holi with the Bridesmaids
Gone are the days when the demure Indian bride sat at the mandap and waited for the groom to arrive on a bedecked horse. Things have changed, and how, with more and more brides opting to make stunning entries at their weddings with their bridesmaids. Make this entry a spectacular one where bridesmaids are showering flowers on the bride.
3. Shower the Couple with Flowers
This exciting trend not only results in some vibrant and bright photos but also adds the extra pomp and show to your entire ceremony. Relatives and friends shower the couple with loads and loads of flower petals. They love it, and the couple will love it too!! So, if you are getting married or it’s your friend’s wedding, order flowers online and shower some love on them.
4. The Famous Jewish-Gujju Wedding
This famous Jewish-Gujju wedding breaks the ice by playing Holi where both the side of the family played Holi with flowers on the Mehendi or Haldi together. And this "Gujjew" wedding played it to aplomb. With a mix of Jewish traditions and Gujju traditions, this wedding was super fun. You also can make your wedding day a famous one, who knows it might get captured.
We know you are already excited. Why don’t you start preparing for your wedding too? Gear up to have the best wedding season ever.