Vikaas Gutgutia

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Founder & MD Ferns N Petals

PER­SON­ALISED WED­DINGS

Peo­ple are fre­quently choos­ing themes for their func­tions. Both the bride and groom side have started keep­ing colour codes, a com­mon ac­ces­sory (like badges of ‘Ladke wale' and ‘Ladki wale' for the D-day) and dance per­for­mances by the closed ones.

FLO­RAL FANTASIA

When it comes to con­cep­tu­al­is­ing of wed­dings, we go a step ahead. Once we brought into life a very ex­quis­ite theme named Flo­ral Fantasia where larger than life ele­phants, to­tally made out of flow­ers were added to the dé­cor.

SWAY­ING TO SANGEET

We used lots of yel­lows, or­anges and greens this year. It varies from client to client for Bol­ly­wood themes. We get de­mands for retro, disco and themes from pop­u­lar movies like Ba­ji­rao Mas­tani as well.

MATCH­ING VARMALAS

These days, brides have started giv­ing pri­or­ity to their wed­ding gar­lands. They choose shades or colour that matches with their wed­ding dress. The trend­ing colours are blush pink, light peach, yel­low and om­bre white.

COM­PET­I­TIVE PRIC­ING

We are very price com­pet­i­tive and firmly be­lieve in the phi­los­o­phy of value for money, sup­ported by ex­cel­lent ser­vice.

SMALLER LUX­URY HO­TELS OR BIG­GER DES­TI­NA­TION RE­SORTS

Ex­trav­a­gant and vi­brant venues are the de­mand of the day. And to meet this de­mand and keep it has­sle free, Ferns N Petals has a chain of lux­ury wed­ding venues in Delhi & NCR namely The Ritz, The Riviera, Ud­man, Vi­lasa, Sh­a­gun Farms, The Kun­dan and Brij Greens.

PHOTO AR­CHIVES

This is the era of can­did pho­tog­ra­phy as now peo­ple want to cap­ture the mo­ments in the most re­al­is­tic way or the way they are. Plus, it is all about so­cial me­dia, there­fore, dig­i­tal pic­tures are re­quired, not the phys­i­cal ones.

A WED­DING TO RE­MEM­BER

FNP Wed­dings & Events recre­ated the grandeur of Buck­ing­ham Palace through the crafts­man­ship and hard work of 500 plus peo­ple work­ing for about 45 days in an area of 1.50 lakh square feet in size for 3000 guests.

These days, brides have started giv­ing pri­or­ity to their wed­ding gar­lands”

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