10 Genda Phool Wedding Decor Ideas to Inspire you!
If someone were to ask you “What’s the most common or popular flower used in an Indian wedding?”, genda phool or marigold is instantly pop in your head, right? What may come as a major surprise is that these marigolds that are so deeply a part of these Indian festivals and weddings originated in Mexico and have been in India barely 350 years. Yes!
These orange and yellow blooms are inexpensive, easy to find and brighten up a place in no time, hence making it a convenient choice to feature in Indian weddings. Check out 10 ways you can include genda phools in your wedding decor:
1. The decor at your Mehendi ceremony can be all about genda phool – from the backdrop to the swing to the tassels hanging from the ceiling!
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2. Absolutely love how the combination of yellow, white and orange genda phools illuminates the entryway!
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3. The perfect genda phool setting for an intimate Mehendi or Haldi ceremony!
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4. A minimalistic approach to incorporate genda phool into your decor is by using them as your table centrepieces.
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5. A classic idea for a photo booth is the Vespa in front of a backdrop. Go crazy decorating the photo booth with bright and fresh genda phools! You can add in other elements too such multi-coloured pom poms or parasols.
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6. If you are getting married in a temple, decorate the bells with these pleasant-smelling flowers. Use the yellow ones instead of the orange for a more muted and subtle effect.
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7. Another great way to incorporate genda phools into your wedding decor is to model a Ganpati and have it placed at the entrance. A great way to welcome the wedding guests, don’t you think?
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8. Another timeless way of using genda phool is by adorning the bannisters and pillars with the flower. You can add in some green leaves too to break the monotony.
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9. A hand rikshaw is another element that is often seen at an Indian wedding. To spruce it up a bit and make it more ‘Instagrammable’, add those genda phools!
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10. A quick way to include the flower without going overboard – place one end of the garland inside the pot and let the other end hang outside so that it looks that the pot is overflowing with genda phools!
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Hope this helps you in planning the most beautiful genda phool inspired wedding decor!