Sunday, 5 July 2015

How to Choose the Right Decorations for your Wedding

With the wedding being one of the most important days in many people's lives, it's no wonder so many brides question the choice of decorations. Each wedding is unique so you want your décor to show your personality and complement your dress and theme. Learning how to choose the right decorations for your wedding is an important step to ensuring your big day is one you'll always cherish.

1 Choose a style or theme for your wedding that will help you decide which decorations are appropriate. For a large formal event you may need more wedding decorations than you would for a small party on the beach. The style of decoration reflects your personality and taste for art.

Consider colour schemes to help you tie everything together. Flowers, linens, bridesmaid dresses, cakes and flowers should look as though they belong together even if they aren't exactly the same colour. Use a wedding planner colour wheel to help you decide on accent colours.

Look at the time of year in which your nuptials take place. Also consider the time of day you are getting married. For example, an evening wedding in the winter may require darker colours, extra candles and muted flowers, while an afternoon wedding in the summer may require light airy colours, bright flowers and handheld fans for guests to cool themselves in the heat.

Pick your decorations based on your location. For an indoor ceremony you may have to look at candles, flowers and pew decorations, while for an outdoor ceremony you may have to look more at arbours, paper lanterns, plants and aisle runners. Look around and use the atmosphere surrounding you to help choose your décor.

Rent items from a speciality store catering to weddings and parties. Items like tables and chairs, linens and even table decorations are all great to rent rather than purchase. Often the venue where you choose to hold your wedding may have closets full of decorations you can use for no additional cost.

Draw a map of your wedding area and label the specific areas for your wedding decoration choices. When deciding how to choose the right decorations for your wedding, consider the ceremony décor, backdrop or mandaps, cake tables, Bridal table, guest book table,  lighting, food and guest tables, chairs and chair backs, walls, doors, ceilings and floors, where you may need to add colour or hide architectural flaws and areas that don't fit with your design plan.

7 Planning your Budget for décor based on your priorities and put your money towards more important aspects of design . Brides and groom are often have high expectation for there events, to create your priority list of what elements are more important to you and investing in those first will keep your budget in control.

Tuesday, 10 March 2015

Spring wedding Flower Ideas

Large, flamboyant starry trumpets in white, red, peach and even striped varieties.
Perfect for: Larger bouquets and centrepieces where you need height. Can also look great as the focus of a bouquet.


The archetypal spring flower. Creates natural-looking arrangements. Available in 50 varieties, ranging from tiny to large yellow or white flowers with single or double blooms.
Perfect for: Displaying en masse for inexpensive table centres.


Loved by brides for its large, fragrant blooms. Colours include white, pink and the palest peach.
Perfect for: A simple bridal bouquet. Peonies are also available in November so are popular for winter weddings too.

Lily of the Valley

Tiny, bell-shaped white flowers with a wonderful sweet fragrance and fresh green foliage. Incredibly expensive so you’ll probably need to find other flowers for table centres. 

Perfect for: Small, delicate bridal posies. It looks wonderful on it’s own or as an addition to a larger bouquet.

Available in more than 100 varieties. The brilliant pinks, purples and reds are popular for weddings.
Perfect for: Trendy posies full of bright colours. The new oversized variety looks lovely displayed on its own.


Small, highly scented flowers in bright colours. One of the prettiest varieties is ‘Ballerina’.
Perfect for: Headdresses, bouquets and buttonholes. Particularly good in posies for younger bridesmaids.

A buttercup-like flower available in a variety of colours and a popular choice for brides.
Perfect for: Adding to single-colour bouquets and simple table decorations at the reception venue.


A classic favourite available in a wide variety of different colours. Can also look very contemporary.
Perfect for: Unfussy bouquets simply bound with ribbon. The frilly-edged parrot tulip is ideal for table arrangements.

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Tuesday, 27 January 2015

Valentine Party Lovers night Feb 13 2015

Get ready to enjoy an evening filled with excitement, and surprises. This will be the most happening and never seen before event. Great food, lots of performances, decor by fusion Bollywood, and DJ all night . we assure you to make it a memorable valentines for you. Book your tickets right now to get the best table. 
Single ticket $85 
*******ADULT ONLY********** 
For tickets call: Jaz @ 403-605-8703 ,or Sandy @ 403-383-0785

Monday, 19 January 2015


True Blood is an American television drama horror series created and produced by Alan Ball. It is based on the Southern Vampire Mysteries series of novels by Charlaine Harris. The show is broadcast on the premium cable network HBO in the United States. Now, you may call me crazy, but I'll be honest, I've never seen"True Blood" or know anything about the show. But, I can tell you putting this theme together was quite challenging , but we are very happy about  how it turned out .
We used black red and white colors for drapery and decor , used a red roses and black calla lily, feathers  to add drama .


Cake by Beth louise

Flowers and design by

Event rentals By

Stationary Provided by

Saturday, 10 January 2015

Pantone’s Color of the Year is Marsala

Pantone has once again chosen a rich, jewel-toned hue as their color of the year. 2015’s choice is Marsala, a deep, wine-colored brownish-red that feels very fall/winter and pairs perfectly with gold and bronze accents.  
Marsala is the quintessential color for a red lip look without going too bright. It would make a great wedding color for everything from dresses to flowers to the groom attire, if your man is bold enough!  Here are a few photos for your dose of Marsala inspiration.

Friday, 9 January 2015

Calgary & Area Indian & Multi-Ethnic Wedding

High lights from client Tanvee + Erwin's wedding which you can see below. The following are some of our beautiful shots By dean pictures from their 2 day event, including a ceremony and reception at Spruce Meadows and their Indian reception at the Chateau Lake Louise. Both were fantastic events that we enjoyed very much being a part of. Congratulations Tanvee + Erwin!

 Photo credits --
 Event designer -- Fusion Bollywood Inc 

Thursday, 20 November 2014



When talking about wedding color trends for 2015, it takes me pretty much time to sum up the popularity, hoping give you guys some help when planning your big day, which is not that easy I know. Okay, we’ll see the increasing of misted colors in 2015 like periwinkle, neutral colors and powder colors, together with some layers of red and pink. There’re also some new color combinations. Let’s take a look first.
Blue is a classic color for wedding planning and we’ll see more navy, royal and powder blue in the year 2015. Check these out if you love the color blue.