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Way to use Origami in Wedding Decor

Paper Origami Cranes

These look so refreshing and cute! Super easy to make and cute to hang, it accounts as one of the best DIY wedding decor and it can be easily be availiable as a DIY at various party halls in rohini especially royal pepper banquets

Paper Lanterns

An innovative idea for your Mehendi decor, these hanging from a tree lend a very foresty vibe, perfect to add colour to an outdoor setting!

get it here at wedding halls in wazirpur royal pepper banquets

Paper Umbrellas

This paper umbrella photo-booth is so funky and easy to do! It lends a cute backdrop for photos and can be done by yourself with a little help from your friends as well you can also use them to serve alone with mocktails and cocktails

Mix-and-Match Paper Lanterns

Another quirky way to use origami in the Mehendi decor it is to mix and match a lot of colourful lanterns available in the market.

Paper Mache Backdrop

This floral wall has been made using paper mache roses for an engagement ceremony. Such a refreshing change from the same old flowery decor! And it really does stand out!

Paper quilling

These paper strings or buntings are so simple yet adorable! Here they have been hung on top of a swing, which makes for such a cute and colourful backdrop! Perfect for a Mehendi or Haldi function!, it can be also used up in birthday party functions get it here at, birthday party halls in rohini, royal peppber banquets.

Paper Flower Balls

OMG! Don’t these look amazing? These can be hung on the ceiling for day or night functions, and can be customised to any colour theme… they lend such a dreamy vibe to the decor!

Paper Flowers

These paper flowers lend a very personal and cozy feel to centrepieces, definitely standing out from the routine floral decorations! get it here at Best Banquet Halls in Rohini, royal pepper banquets.

Talking about the night

When super excited aunties tease them about their first night & give advice based purely on personal experience, I am sure neither the groom nor the bride wants to advise on this topic atleast! Also hearing to loose comments like, “Haaye! Haaye! Ruka nahi ja raha hoga ab toh…” and “Ghabrana mat bilkul.”

The ART OF SMILING

The couple is supposed to maintain a permanent smile on their whole time. I seriously pity the couples and their jawlines, it would just hurt so badly.They might not be able to do it but are they even given a choice? NO!

Arrival of the Bride

The bride enters the hall and is escorted to the center stage where the throne for the bride and groom is placed by her brothers, sisters and friends under a sheet (chadaar).