Sunday, November 20, 2016

St. Louis - Wedding Decorators & Floral Designers

Big Bow Events your Multi- Cultural Wedding Specialist Welcomes all 2017 Wedding Couples! Visit our Amazing St. Louis Wedding Showroom. Meet our wedding designers who will custom design your event to your taste and budget. Specializing in Florals, Custom Altars, Backdrops, Chaivari Chair Rentals, Mandaps, Throne Bride & Groom Chairs and much much more!
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Each of us have a vision of the perfect event.
 Whether your style, is traditional or contemporary, simplistic or extravagant: our team will bring it all together and work with you to create an event that is completely tailored to your unique vision. We are St. Louis Top Wedding 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. “D├ęcor, 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.

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Big Bow Events - Multi Cultural Indian Wedding Decorators & Planning Company

We are the first in the Mid West to Specialize in Multi Cultural Wedding. The team at Big Bow Events are proud to have many different styles of wedding altars, Chuppas, Mandaps and decorations that we offer our clients here in St. Louis and in Orlando. Styles and colors range from white, red, blush pink, golden, diamond crystal, turquoise, (our New Glass Mandap as shown below) and many many more! What ever your taste, your event (especially your wedding) should reflect that flavor. As the Midwest's' First Multi-Cultural Event Specialists, we transform the ordinary in
to the extraordinary!


Friday, June 24, 2016

What it means to be Multicultural in St. Louis, Missouri

What it means to be Multicultural in St. Louis, Missouri

Merriam-Webster defines  multicultural:  of, relating to, reflecting, or adapted to or including many different cultures, diverse cultures. It is further \defined as Of, relating to, or including several cultures. Of or relating to a social or educational theory that encourages interest in many cultures within a society rather than in only a mainstream culture. (This description feels very unfeeling and vague.)

Having lived in St. Louis since 1970, my family has really seen the city's transformation from post segregational redlining to coming into its own with a constant stream of fresh immigrants revitalizing the diversity of the populous. There was a time when people of color knew not to cross Market Street (the dividing line) South, and white people were afraid to cross it going North. Until a few decades ago, it was almost impossible to buy simple everyday immigrant groceries or even find a place to worship. In the not too distant past, it was also considered taboo to marry outside ones faith or caste or race. Many people today though they tolerate it viscerally, still find it hurtful or offensive if it were their child. It is repugnant that even today,especially in the immigrant community, marrying outside the faith or the race is looked down upon and may even spell social death on certain levels. What does it mean to be Multicultural? Especially in our large small town of St. Louis, Missouri?

It means wrapping your arms around EVERYONE! It means including all into your family! It means celebrating the diversity of cultures and highlighting the beauty of unconditionally welcoming the merger. Stepping up and welcoming them personally, individually into your home, into your houses of worship. It means finding ALL of the common ground that you can by seeking out real information and educating yourself and others. It means attending full services at different houses of worship, at different dinner tables and putting in the time to know people personally and candidly, It means having the hard, respectful fact finding conversations about religion and politics that everyone seems to want to avoid these days.

If the past is any indication: Avoidance only breeds and perpetuates ignorance. Racism was born from Fear and Ignorance and it is their most terrible offspring. Multicultural is not a badge that you can just put on and take off when it is popular/convenient or to make a sale or to use as a clever tag-line. Yes, until you are truly ready and are doing these things, TODAY and EVERYDAY, you cannot and should not attempt to wear the title of calling yourself MULTICULTURAL in STL or anywhere for that matter.

Wrap your arms around your global family and Love Thy Neighbor.
Big Bow Events, LLC
St. Louis' First and Finest Multicultural Event Specialists

Thursday, March 10, 2016

Indian Wedding Mandaps, Chuppahs, Backdrops, Draping in Saint Louis

Saint Louis Mandap Rental

Visit St. Louis Largest Wedding Showroom 

Room transformations don't just happen, they are created. Our customers choose from a vast inventory of colors and combinations that make any venue sparkle. You'll be amazed on what our artists will craft for you.

 Big Bow Events, LLC (Innovators not Imitators)
Our mission is to "make your vision a reality" by decorating your special day while staying within your budget. That's why our clients say that we are "Passionate, Professional, & Affordable." We transform the ordinary into the extraordinary.
Make an appointment to visit our showroom in West County.
Visit St. Louis Largest Wedding Showroom

Specially Designed Backdrops & Floral Artistry
Accentuation makes a space more regal. The pictures that you look at - years from now reflect the care and auspiciousness of your choices. You'll be happy to look back at the work that we've done for you with pride.
Serving St. Louis & Orlando
Your Wedding & Event Rental Friends

Sunday, January 10, 2016

The Best Indian Wedding Planners & Decorators in St. Louis

The first and finest in Multi-Cultural Events Saint Louis strikes again! According to our fans, Big Bow Events are the Best when it comes to planning, coordinating & designing Multi-Faith weddings and Events! Last week the team pulled off three weddings all with different faiths on Saturday. One Christian, one Hindu and one Muslim! Despite the logistics of doing these in both Missouri and Illinois, the team really "rocked it". Here are some images from the work we did. Please feel free to check out our websites, and and we welcome you to follow us on facebook :)