Kaliras are an important part of Punjabi wedding traditions and all the Punju brides out there know what we’re talking about! But what you don’t know is that these tiny yet pretty trinkets can do much more than just prettying up a bride’s wrists. Nowadays, people are experimenting with an array of different things to ‘up’ their wedding decor game. But did you know kaliras can be used to add a unique element to your wedding decor? Here are some pretty ways you can include them in your wedding.
This is by far the prettiest use of kaliras (after the original one, of course) we have ever seen! Tiny kaliras have been tied to strings which are arranged to look like a huge canopy of stars. This decor would looks great in the mandap and can even be also used to pretty up your mehendi function.
Look how pretty! This is what we call creative and unique in the truest sense of the word. While most people cover trees in the wedding venue with fairy lights, the addition of these tiny trinkets adds such a cute touch to it. But keep in mind, this trend only works if you have a day wedding because they won’t really be visible at night.
Flowers are *the* perfect way of giving an elegant touch to your wedding decor. But do you know what makes it even better? Adding a string or two of kaliras to the flower strings and tadaaa… you’ll be in Kalira heaven!
Like we just said, there is no better combination than that of flowers and kaliras. So, when making an entry under a gorgeous phoolon ki chaadar, adding a few strings of kaliras to it will be a great idea. And don’t even get us started on how stunning the pictures will be!
Now this is as grand as it gets. Adding a string of kaliras to the decor is one thing but decorating the venue with chandeliers made out of kaliras is pure magic!. Add some lights and flowers to the decor and what you get is a mesmerizing mesh of prettiness, under which you can get loads of stunning pictures clicked.
This is just right for the couple who doesn’t want to go overboard with the decor on their wedding day. A few kaliras tied to strings of tuberoses spells elegance in the truest sense. This will be a great mandap decor idea, especially if you have a day wedding.
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