Thursday, November 14, 2013

Wedding and Event Decor St. Louis

Wedding and Event Decor actually play an very significant role in the adventure that you create for your guest's experience. Many people tend to judge how successful or beautiful an event is by how it is decorated and studies show that room enhancement contribute to overall guest satisfaction. Colors that set a warm and inviting or relaxing tone affect your guests (sometimes) on a subconscious level. Centerpieces for example are a lot more important that most people realize. A good centerpiece will carry the ceremony theme into the reception and help convey the mood of the party. Once your guests are seated, they become the one thing that they look at the most.  It is the focal point guests talk about and command their attention for up to 40% of the time they are at your reception. They are the center of awareness at each table. It is important that they convey the importance of the event while showing the character of the bride, groom and their families. Some choices costs hundreds if not thousands of dollars. At Big Bow Events, we pride ourselves in our ability to save our clients thousands of dollars while providing top of the line flowers and decor. It is always a pleasure for us to help design rooms and decorate weddings and events here in St. Louis and around the country for our clients. The picture below shows one that we did for an engagement party at the Renaissance Grand Downtown. It stood around five feet in height and had live fish, an Indian elephant, sea shells and lighting inside of the vessel along with tall florals and palms on top. Please visit our website and facebook to view some examples of our work and feel free to call or email us should you want to schedule time to have a free consultation with our team.

Sunday, November 3, 2013

South Asian Wedding Decorators and Wedding Planner in Saint Louis

If you are looking for Mandaps, custom design Chuppas, throne chairs, florals, backdrops & uplighting, visit  St. Louis LARGEST WEDDING SHOWROOM. Here at Big Bow Events: Your one stop shop specialists in Multicultural wedding planning and design services we bring your vision to life. Please visit our facebook and website to see some examples of our work or schedule an appointment with us at our showroom on which is located close to the airport. And you'll see why customers have told us:
"Your artists design dreams everyday!" 
"Simply the best wedding event designers in St. Louis!"
"The best Indian wedding planners in St. Louis!"
 "Bring them the ingredients and Big Bow Events will cook it up!" 

Below are some of our recent custom designs. It would be our pleasure to help you create the wedding of your dreams! Free one hour initial consultation. :)  

Thursday, October 31, 2013

The Best Indian Wedding Planners in St. Louis!

Big Bow Events is without a doubt the best Indian Wedding Planners in Saint Louis. Our years of experience and attention to detail make us at the top of the mark among other industry professionals in the area to this highly specific field of service. We have planned, designed, decorated and serviced all aspects from floral and catering recommendations to song choices for various parts of a ceremony to DJ and Band selections. You are encouraged to visit our website:

and our facebook: Big Bow Events to see some samples of our work. Also, please do not hesitate to call us at 3145469172 or email at for additional information. We take great pride in servicing your event! Please see our wedding planning coupon below. It can be used on any culture's Events.

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Check out the pictures of this really cool MultiCultural Fusion Indian American Wedding in St. Louis from this past weekend. Your friends at Big Bow Events are happy to be of service and were proud to be so well received by our clients and their guests. They thought our Mandap set up was amazing. Not to many places do authentic Indian Mandaps in the Midwest. Please call or email us with any questions regarding any of your upcoming events.Check out our Facebook: Big Bow Events to see more of our work :)

Affordable wedding soulutions are not out of reach.

Many of our prospective clients worry that they're taste and vision can not be accurately communicated because of budget concerns. When it comes to this and many other questions you may have, we offer this advice to brides on a budget:
1) Consult with an industry professional that has experience in planning, designing, arranging and coordinating all aspects of the work you want done. It is understandable that even though your wedding is a custom job and no one else may have your unique vision, they at least should be familiar with the majority of the things you want done and have a willingness to learn about, source and research the others. They can also give you advice on ways that you can save on your decor without it looking cheap. Keep in mind that even though the Dollar Tree has wedding items, they generally look like the cost a dollar.
2) Make sure that your vendors will work and play well with each other. Even though some of their services may overlap, (and one's price maybe just a little cheaper), stick with the one you originally contracted with as they may end up gifting you a lot more because of your loyalty on your day of. Pitting one against the other in some type of price war only creates tension and an unwillingness for any of them to go the extra mile for you or give you free final touches that make an event extra special.
3) DIY: Some brides feel that by doing it themselves they save money. Monetarily it may seem that you've saved a few bucks, in reality: Your time and peace of mind is worth a lot more than you think! Especially on your special day. Having to tie your own bows, arrange your own flowers and buss your tables at the end of the evening in your wedding dress are realities you may later regret. In many cases depending on friends and family members to help you may not always work out as tensions can be created during an already stressful time. No one wants unnecessary drama on their special day.
4) Listen to your own instincts and stick to your vision. Even though you want support during your special time, many bridesmaid friends and family members end up vicariously wanting to create their own vision on your dime. It only adds to the confusion when they are brought to every meeting and "contribute" their "advice". Chances are they've only been married once or not at all and have no clue what goes on behind the scenes in order to bring your vision to life. By having your design team redo your designs over and over again will only add to your final costs. Trust the professionals that you've hired. They are doing weddings every month and should know what touches will make your room beautiful.
5) Be upfront about your budget. By trying to not disclose what you are willing to spend on things, only creates unnecessary back and fourths that are time bandits. Be willing to share your ideas, pintrest and fabric swatches so that things are cohesive. Any design team worth their salt will be able to find ways to incorporate things that you like while sticking to your budget. 
6) Stick to your plan. Once your vision is put together, stick with it. Many brides spend more time on search engines looking at what they "could" have and not concentrating on keeping everything simple and clean. Modifications to contracts and themes cost more design hours and time away from other things you should be doing. During this time, we encourage you to spend those hours on the flow of your event so it isn't boring. Think about the evenings' entertainment, making sure the speeches don't run to long, that your guests are having a good time and not feeling like, "what's next".

Fabulous can be affordable. Your Friends at Big Bow Events design dreams everyday. Feel free to visit our website and our facebook to see some examples of our work. It would be our pleasure to help you bring your vision to life.

Saturday, September 28, 2013

Mixing of Cultures in St. Louis

St. Louis' cultural representation has surely grown in the past 40 years. Since the 70's there's been an influx of East Indian, Asian, Spanish, Bosnian and many others that add to the already rich Italian, German and African descendants that are now intermingling and taking vows of marriage.  These matrimony's are becoming so much more prevalent that we are constantly researching and developing new ways to show these unions as paired inclusions through artistic design work that is custom made for each client.

Monday, July 29, 2013

Wedding backdrops, chuppahs, Draping, Mandap Rentals & much more!

Congratulations to Missy and Gary. They got married under this simple yet elegant traditional Chuppah (Wedding Alter) which represents the home - symbolized by the cloth canopy and the four poles. This symbolic "home" initially lacks furniture as a reminder that the basis of one's home is the people within it, not the possessions. In a spiritual sense, this covering represents the presence of God over the covenant of marriage. This one was over 12 ft in height. Wishing them many blessings.

Friday, July 19, 2013

Chivari chairs for rent in St. Louis

Chiavari chairs are named for the Italian city where they originated. This little town, located between Genoa and the Cinque Terre. We carry ice or clear chivari chairs,gold,silver and white. Serving St. Louis & Surroundings.

Email or call us for prices.
Visit our wedding showroom

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Truly a Multi-Cultural Weekend

This weekend Big Bow Events had three cultural weddings in St. Louis. For the most part, they were all flawless. Aside from some simple semantics or logistical issues that no one but us noticed, all three clients were extremely happy and had many praises for our work. A lot of companies never do an Indian wedding. But, we are proud to say that the weekend of the 13th, we had one East Indian Wedding, one Indian American Wedding and an Indo-Arab Italian wedding all at different locations here in Saint Louis, MO. We left the house at 6AM on Saturday and did not get back until 7AM on Sunday. Needless to say, signing up for such an undertaking is not for the faint of heart. Mixing cultures during both ceremonies and receptions are trending as our global family becomes less isolated and more inclusive. In our line of work we listen a lot to what our clients want and then try our very best to not only meet their needs, but exceed their expectations. Please visit our facebook Big Bow Events LLC to see some pictures of the three events and others we are proud to have participated in. Also, feel free to see some of our offerings at our
Our phones and email is at your disposal for any questions regarding your future events.
 Your Friends at Big Bow Events.

Saturday, March 23, 2013

St. Louis Indian Weddings

Celebrate your royal Indian Wedding with a diverse company that specializes in Multi-Cultural weddings in St. Louis & Orlando.
Our innovative, elegant and beautiful designs will create an extraordinary impact that you and your guests will never forget. We are one of the few companies in the market providing specialty items which are custom designed for our clientele. Our mission is to plan, coordinate & design unforgettable events, each time going beyond our clients’ expectations.
Big Bow Events is represented by a team of creative enthusiasts that specialize in being a one stop shop for all your event needs. Our team will plan your Event from the beginning until every last detail is complete.
Our focus is bringing cultures & personalities together and creating an unforgettable celebration. In St. Louis-the heart of America-diversity is embraced and special events held throughout the year has made this city a centralize destination for weddings from Native Americans, African Americans, Hispanics, Asians & Indians and a host of other cultures have shaped St. Louis.