Monthly Archives September 2015

Give Your Event The Midas Touch by Maz Events

All that glisten IS gold in our world. We bring to you our royal gold themed wedding at #BelvoirCastle. This wedding reception of Mira and Rishi Nathwani was uber chic and opulent. We took our influence from the fact that they married at a Royal Venue and looked to create a regal and luxurious wedding theme which oozed gold
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A Mandap fit for a Princess

When you choose to have your #IndianWedding at #BelvoirCastle , only one word pops out! Raja and Rani. Our Raja and Rani was Rishi and Mira Nathwani who chose a modern understated Perspex mandap and in sharp parallel we draped the entire marquee in an opulent gold and bronze fabric. The marquee was unrecognisable, gone was the creaminess of a marquee and out came shimmer and sparkle!
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A wedding forecast for 2016

Tis the season for 2016 wedding mayhem! So, Ok by now we should be a dab hand at predicting trends and knowing instinctively what's going to happen with wedding decor during the year ahead - so what will be hot in 2016?
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Walima

This weekend we worked with a wonderful couple at the famous country park of #TattonPark for Nadia and Mansurs #walimaDecor. The theme was pinks and florals. The venue looked magical with our stunning #FlowerWall #BlossomTrees and stunning gold details on table to create what was a fitting creation for a venue steeped in history and heritage.
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The Many Faces of Ganesh at Maz Events.

Lots of hindu’s are getting ready for the annual festival of Ganesha Chaturthi which is celebrated in honour of Lord Ganesh, the elephant-headed, remover of obstacles and the god of beginnings and wisdom and we thought we would focus our blog on the many faces of Ganesh that is present in the #MazEventsMandap portfolio
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Understated elegance at tattonpark

This weekend, we were busy creating a floral themed banquet at the prestigious #tattonpark for Nadia and Mansurs #nikkah. Sometimes in our field less is more and a venue as opulent as this just needed flowers and candles. Understated elegance was the name of the game for our lovely couple!
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