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Created for: Priyanshi Jariwala & kush Patel, THE JARIWALAS
Decor production:  Bharat Patel,  SHREEJI  DECORATORS
Florals by:  Vivek Sultania, Buds N Roses.

Event managed by:  Jay Jariwala  
Venue: JARIWALA House, Ahmedabad  

Photography: Vinay Panjwani   

The Jariwalas   – A Family that had a keen interest in Art, Architecture & All things Fine Aesthetics.  The Jariwala House was a gorgeous modern styled iconic home designed by Aniket Bhagwat & Interiors were done by Samira Rathod. The Home housed Brilliant original Artwork including Tanjore paintings, originals from famous artists, Modern art from some of the Young Art curators & much more. The home had a flavor of reinterpretation of south Indian courtyard houses with contemporary aesthetics. We Knew ART & Deccan Architecture were inherently the two main inspirations for this décor diary.


We Designed Two events for Priyanshi’s wedding – The MEHNDI was styled as A BUTTERFLY STORY inspired by a wall mural of butterflies right at the home entrance which the girls loved. The entire décor encompassed white lattice butterflies & colorful butterflies dotting the whole expanse like a statement art installation. The furniture was custom-made to match the delicacy of butterflies as a form of inspiration. we went to micro detailing wherein even cushion covers & center props reflected the theme.


The  WEDDING too was styled as A TANJORE STORY, inspired by the rich collection of original art in the house. We took inspiration from its architecture of being a courtyard house & reflected it in the use of Antique columns & patterned floors in designing the exquisite wedding mandap. South Indian flower work used banana leaves, yellow genda, rajanigandha curtains, Tuberose arrangements, woven leaf birds & much more was the floral vocabulary of this wedding. The Art was re-interpreted as Walkway screens of exploded Tanjore paintings making an  Agamograph  -  a technique to create illusionary art installations. It was one of a kind décor experience, leaving the guest stunned by the beauty of this rare art-inspired décor diary. 

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