A mini décor guide to planning a seasonal wedding at home with 50 guests

The onset of monsoon sure brings a wave of comfort but when it comes to planning a rainy season wedding – it can be a bit chaotic due to the damp and water swamping the decor, makeup and clothes. While a seasonal wedding looks just as dreamy and romantic as fantasy, implementing the planning can be a little tricky. If you are planning a small and intimate wedding, it can be easy for you to manage your love with proper planning. Here’s a simple, easy and affordable decor guide to brighten up your home in a smooth, comfortable and hassle-free way to make your seasonal wedding a dreamy affair.

go with the rain tunes

While many people go with white chairs and curtains in wedding decor, choosing such a light color during monsoon can not only make your decor dull but even the slightest moisture can damage and make the decor look dirty. Instead, play with colors that depict the atmosphere of the monsoon season. Various shades of blue and green represent the classic feel of the monsoon, making your decor vibrant and glowing. Instead of cotton curtains, opt for satin and silk fabrics for a texture-rich backdrop.

Use ceilings

The house doesn’t provide enough space to bring in multiple decor items! Instead of cluttering the floor with too many elements, you can use the ceiling space for an exotic feel. Cover the nooks and crannies of the roof with items that fit well with the rainy season. Artificial peacocks, canopies, vibrant ribbons and fake raindrops will make the look endearing and memorable. Small multi-colored awnings that are inverted over the ceiling are a great idea to bring enthusiasm to your surroundings. Hanging the paper boat along with the yellow lights also looks great.

Use ceilings

play with candles

A gray sky with pale natural sunlight can bring out the cuteness from your décor and to set the tone and mood for a playful setting, add a pop of bright color or artifacts to accompany a seasonal wedding theme. Cover the wires of artificial lights and avoid fray lights during monsoons to ensure safety. Alternatively, light several candles to make the decor dreamy and fanciful.

play with candles

Go with fake flowers and plants

While the beauty of fresh flowers is timeless, they can easily wither in monsoon weather and can disrupt your decor throughout the day. Make sure you always opt for artificial flowers and plants if you are planning a rainy season wedding to avoid any inconvenience inside the venue. Moreover, plenty of natural flowers can make an enclosed space claustrophobic while enticing small insects and crawlers out in such weather, playing havoc and clearing food items. Besides fake flowers, you can also get creative with origami, curtains, lights and candles.

Go with fake flowers and plants

Monsoon friendly menu

Coffee, tea, and pancakes seem like a delicious combo in monsoon season, but say “no” to fruits, vegetable salads, seafood dishes, too many non-vegetarian dishes, or any food item that involves pre-cutting. Since monsoons bring a variety of food allergies, be sure to check food several times before and while serving it. You can also add a variety of hot desserts to your menu to keep your guests warm and cozy.

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