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Who Doesn’t Love The Idea Of A Beach Wedding!?

Want to have a wedding that is more than just white colors, wedding gowns, and flowers, but are apprehensive about wedding themes and don’t want your wedding to end up looking like a birthday party? Well, there is a way to host a unique wedding ceremony, without opting for a ‘Disney’ theme: a beach wedding. This is a theme that is flexible enough to be fancy and elegant, or more romantic and casual – or both if you’re as indecisive as me ;). In addition, there are a lot of elements that you can play with, like colors, décor, interesting ideas and much more!

Photo Source: Tide The Knot Beach Weddings

So scroll on for some ideas for a perfect beach wedding!

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A Bahubali Themed Wedding Designed By The Film’s Art Director Himself Was Nothing Less Than Extraordinary!

Gulf-based Keralite businessman, Ravi Pillai, had a Bahubali-themed wedding of Rs. 55 crore for his daughter Arathi, in Kollam district at Asramam ground. Arathi, a doctor, tied the knot with Adithya Vishnu, who’s also a doctor based in Kochi.

Ravi Pillai, one of the richest Keralites with a net worth of $2.8 billion (approx. Rs. 1,858.8 crore), is as generous as he is wealthy; from the Rs 55-crore budget, Rs 10-crore was spared solely for charity initiatives. Around 30,000 guests attended the ceremony, including 42 global leaders, comprising of royal members from the Middle-East, CEOs of various companies, government representatives, politicians, film stars, technocrats and diplomats. 250 cops and 350 private security personnel were also present, ensuring security for the high-profile guests.

The wedding, planned by the film art director of Bahubali itself, Sabu Cyril, featured dance performances by Malayalam film actresses Manju Warrier and Shobhana, a musical show conducted by Stephen Devassy, a dance fusion by Navya Nair, ghazal recitals by Manjari, and a Naga drama by actor Mukesh and his wife M ethil Devika. The wedding set was spread over eight acres and cost more than Rs. 20 crores. The pandal was made by a team of 200 professionals led by the film’s art director, who took nearly 75 days to create it; he exclaimed that the wedding set was larger than the one he had actually made for the movie!

The bride wore a lovely Manish Malhotra ensemble, paired with dazzling diamonds.

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