Sunday, November 20, 2016

CUSTOM DESIGNED MANDAPS & CHUPPAHS- ST. LOUIS FIRST TRULY MULTI CULTURAL WEDDING PLANNERS AND DESIGNERS

We are completely in-love with our beautiful Maharani dolls. Here is a sneak peak of some of their Custom Designed Mandaps and Florals at the St. Louis Marriott Grand Hotel & Peabody Opera House in St. Louis. Was our pleasure to Plan, Design & Coordinate both Weddings on the same day.





Big Bow Events - Your Specialist in Planning & Decorating Multi Cultural Weddings in St. Louis




Celebrating Sarah & Phillip's Jewish & Pakistani Wedding in
 St. Louis. We were honored to be apart of their special day. Today, more women and men with different ethnic or family backgrounds are falling in love, with multicultural weddings becoming more desirable. Blending both the bride and groom’s ethnicities, values, rituals and religious traditions into one harmonious event that keeps both sets of parents happy in the process demands a little more planning and creativity.

 Sometimes incorporating both the bride and groom’s traditions into one ceremony isn’t so easy, especially when there are such sharp contrasts between the two cultures. Each background can be given equal weight throughout the many facets of a wedding event, from the engagement party to bachelor and bachelorette parties, to the ceremony, cocktail hour and reception.
 “There are times when separate ceremonies may be necessary to keep the peace on both sides of the family,” Big Bow Events, which Specializes in Multicultural Weddings in Orlando and St. Louis says “If more than one ceremony does take place, don’t spend too much time worrying what your guests will think,” Most of them will inevitably end up enjoying being taken out of their usual comfort zones.”

The reception is the perfect opportunity to bring both sides together into a grand party that celebrates this cultural extravaganza. “Décor, music, food and venue can be the great icebreaker for all of the invitees who are now going to be one big family,” Culinary fusion is one of the best ways to show how well cultures blend together.