Indian Wedding Decorations in Maryland
The primary element that gives your ceremonies and reception the essential “wow” factor is hands down, the decor!
Indian wedding decorations, floral arrangements, and other venue ornamentation go far beyond simply adding style and creativity to your ceremony in Maryland. The decorative tapestry you weave for your wedding - from your Mandap to the table centerpieces at your reception to the lighting, drape work, the sweetheart table, and of course the flowers - reflects the rich customs and traditions that make them so exceptional.
Choosing the perfect floral and event designers for your special day is key. So many factors will influence your final wedding decor decisions including the tradition and theme of your wedding, the location of your ceremony, as well as your dress and that of your groom and wedding party. Many Maharani brides achieve their fantasy wedding setting by blending elegant Indian wedding decorations with sparkling touches of grandeur and vibrant, visually stunning colors and flowers.
Yellow marigolds, red roses, purple orchids, white jasmine, orange chrysanthemums, and pink carnations . . . when it comes to adornment, flowers are perhaps the defining aspect. Elaborate floral displays breathe ancient meaning and reverence into an Indian wedding from the Mandap to the Rangoli and the garlands you and your future husband will wear. Flowers can also be incorporated into the wedding attire, gifts, backdrops, and even to decorate guests’ tents. The colors of each flower signify important attributes like luck, purity, love, life, and protection that exemplify the bond between bride and groom and their families.
Whether you are looking for simple Indian wedding decorations that you can DIY for your Sangeet or the latest Indian wedding decorations that will have your guests talking for months to come, our directory of amazing floral and decor vendors below is sure to help bring the backdrop for your dream wedding to life. Discover more floral and decor inspiration in our Maharani Weddings’ Platinum guide too!