Samosa, Sangrias and Sweets shoot!
Posted on June 03 2020
Samosa, Sangrias and Sweets!!!We love how Dash events and Opulent events came up with this dreamy shoot, combining a traditional and modern Sangeet theme!Read to learn more about this shoot1. Please tell me about your vision/theme behind the Samosa, Sangrias and Sweets shoot:Sukhy (Opulent Designs) and I wanted to showcase a modern sangeet design that was fun and playful, while keeping up with the current trends. We took all of our favourite elements of sangeet that we enjoy and incorporated them into our design. Our colour palette was a combination of traditional bright colours associated with a sangeet but we were absolutely in love with pastels so we combined the two. The venue and harvest tables really brought the modern sangeet vision to life as it steps away from the common venues and set up for a sangeet.
2. How did the name of the shoot arise?We kept it simple and to the point and felt that the words itself explained the shoot best.Left: Sirena Skirt x Sirena Scoop BustierCentre: Aurora Skirt x Aurora Scoop BustierRight: Tamia Skirt x The Engagement Top
3. What inspired you to do this shoot?We wanted to show couples that sangeet's don't have to be "traditional." There are many ways to incorporate modern trends into your design and yet maintain the "tradition" behind the sangeet. For example, samosas and sweets are traditionally a part of a sangeet, however sangria's is the modern addition to it.Left: Sirena Skirt x Sirena Scoop BustierRight: Aurora Skirt x Aurora Scoop BustierBottom: Tamia Skirt x The Engagement TopBridal Styling Tip: If you are wearing pink for your big day, giving your maid of honour / bridesmaids hint of the same colour will look great for your photos together .4. What was your favourite part of the shoot?Besides seeing the vision come to life, thinking outside the box and having fun with it was one of my favourite parts. And of course, eating the sweets at the end!
5. After the pandemic what trends do you see occurring in the wedding industry?Smaller and more intimate weddings will definitely be a trend after the pandemic. I also think it'll be less formal and a bit more relaxed than what we're currently used to. From a design perspective, we'll likely continue to see large focal pieces such as a floral chandelier or giant lights.Vendors:Planning & Co-Producer: @dasheventsco
Decor & Co-Producer: @opulenteventdesigns
Make Up & Hair: @ravbbeauty
Models: @elachika @linnea_geraghty @amandiixo
Table Top Rentals: @tabletalesto
Table & Chairs: @chairmanmills