posted on 15th Oct 2014
Why not spice up your wedding with the vibrant colours, tastes and sounds of the East? Be inspired by the glitz of Bollywood or go for a ‘Days of the Raj’ theme…
Choose from an amazing variety of invitation cards in fabulous jewel colours made with handmade silk papers or go for a traditional scroll design tied up with beautiful gold tassels, just as in the days of the Maharajahs.
Variety is the “spice” of life… mix brightly coloured blooms, guaranteed to add sunshine to your bouquet, button holes and centrepieces.
Drape your beautifully dressed hair with jewels, add a touch of glamour and feel like a princess. You could choose diamantes or pearls or perhaps dress your hair with a ring of brightly coloured flowers, very on trend but wonderfully simple.
Flats do not have to be boring, these add sparkle and look great with perfectly manicured toes!
The days are warm and the nights are getting cooler… take away the chill while your guests sip drinks as the sun goes down with cosy jewel coloured wraps or blankets.
We love these Indian Tea Glasses, they make perfect vessels for your tea lights and add a splash of colour.
Impress your guests with Indian inspired drinks like flavoured lassis (yoghurt based), spiced ice teas and fruity cocktails in amazing colours. Other exotic ideas include a ginger and lime zinger and a chilli chocolate drink!
Add a touch of Spice with a taste of the East…. With these elegant miniature cakes, you can still bring a touch of colour to your day. Why not have Ginger cakes or Apple and Cinnamon as an alternative to sponge or fruit cake
Recreate the sights and sounds of the world’s most prolific film industry by hiring a dance troupe to entertain your guests with the hottest dance numbers. The performances are vibrant with colourful costumes and energetic choreography ‐ all geared to add to the festive fun. For something really different, hire an Indian style brass band consisting of more than 10 musicians playing saxophones, snare and bass drums, trumpets and trombones, in addition to traditional drummers. The tunes can be traditional wedding songs as well as hits from Bollywood.
The girls can definitely join in with the dancing in these Indian Inspired Flats, they even have my size!!
Jessica at Gosfield Hall