This weekend, we were busy creating a floral themed banquet at the prestigious #tattonpark for Nadia and Mansurs #nikkah. Sometimes in our field less is more and a venue as opulent as this just needed flowers and candles. Understated elegance was the name of the game for our lovely couple! Look out for the drama we created for the #walima though!
Ever been to #ColwickHall for a wedding? Well we think it’s a magical place to get married, stunning grounds, capacity for over 500 people, excellent service, centrally located and beautiful architecture – could you ask for more??? Read more →
Lots of hindu’s are getting ready for the annual festival of Ganesha Chaturthi which is celebrated in honour of Lord Ganesh, the elephant-headed, remover of obstacles and the god of beginnings and wisdom and we thought we would focus our blog on the many faces of Ganesh that is present in the #MazEventsMandap portfolio.
This weekend, the Maz Events team were busy turning the Trinity Suite @AstonVilla #AVFC for little Mia into a #BirthdayPartyVenue. We turned #AVFC into a beautiful vintage party room with the most theatrical girly décor that every little girl would envy. The colour theme suited Mia’s girly look of Ivory, pinks and peaches. Read more →
Summer is one long road trip for the décor team at Maz Events and this weekend took us to our favourite haunts Alrewas Hayes again! If you’ve been following our blogs, the one thing you will realise is the wide variety of décor that we offer! We want every wedding to be different! We don’t just want our weddings to look like wallpaper! We want all our events to be noticed! So this week – we bring you images from our #PeacockThemed wedding @AlrewasHayes.
Simplicity seems to be a theme running with lots of traditional Hindu ceremony’s that we have the privilege to decorate at. We present another classical Indian Mandap – Arti carved Mandap which took pride of place at the wedding of Tejal Soni and Anuj Khamdhar at Wicksteed Park.
Having been in the wedding industry for almost 30 years, we’ve seen all the trends come and go. We’ve gone from traditional colours or classic colours as we call them of red and white themed wedding, gold and ivory themed wedding, red and gold themed weddings to what is happening now – whites, ivories, flowers, flower walls, flower backdrops, crystal tablecentres, crystal themes – okay I think you get it! As themes arrive they stick and everyone seems to want the same, offer the same and look the same!
Finding the perfect venue for your wedding is always a daunting prospect. The search for something suitable is like looking for a house and it’s all about location, location, location!!!
Maz Events has the privilege of working at some amazing venues from grand stately homes to vast and spacious hotels. We wanted to focus on a venue that we haven’t worked with in a while and showcase a beautiful wedding we covered for Perry and Deepa @TheBelfry Hotel in Birmingham.
Mad about Mandaps – hints and tips to choose the right mandap from the Maz Events Team
Choosing mandaps seems to be a really hard task for lots of people and we thought that Maz Events could give a helping hand and give some advice and guidance to people planning their #traditionalindianwedding and looking to choose a #mandap.
A mandap or wedding canopy is the focal point of every Traditional Hindu wedding ceremony. It is a sacred structure traditionally with four pillars under which the bride and groom are seated and exchange their wedding vows. The auspicious Indian wedding ceremony takes place within the confines of a mandap witnessed by the sacred havan or fire. In recent years, Mandaps and canopies have become popular other religions such as Sikhs & Muslims, but more for aesthetic effect than religious significance