The tiny, independent city-state on the Mediterranean coastline of France is known for upscale casinos, a yacht-lined harbour, the Grand Prix and, sometimes, exceptionally lavish weddings.
The Wedding Design Company, an event design company from New Delhi, India, curates lush and ornate weddings all over the world. Between the 4th and the 6th of November, the company chose Monaco as its backdrop for two enormous weddings in venues all over the Principality, including the Fairmont Monte Carlo.
Monte-Carlo, a major district in Monaco, is home to an elegant belle-époque Casino, an ornate Salle Garnier Opera house. It also boasts many luxury hotels, boutiques, nightclubs and restaurants.
Let’s explore some of the themes and inspirations behind the joyous occasions. A Welcome Dinner showcasing a Broadway theme took place at Grimaldi Forum. Black and white colours with hints of yellow and red looked absolutely stunning.
The next day, a colourful lunch was hosted at Fairmont, Monte Carlo. The Fairmont Monte-Carlo hotel is a unique four-star luxury convention resort located in the heart of the Principality of Monaco between the Mediterranean Sea and the legendary Casino. In addition to being one of the most prestigious Monte-Carlo resorts, the Fairmont Monte-Carlo is also one of the largest in Europe, with 602 guest rooms, residences and suites, three restaurants, a bar, 18 meeting rooms, shopping arcade, in-house Casino, and unique wellness facilities: a stunning Fairmont Spa, a Fitness Centre and rooftop pool.
The same evening, a reception featuring a red, black, gold and silver colour palette, took place at the Sporting Club.
The second wedding took place on the 6th of November. It was a traditional Sikh wedding at the Opera House. Maroon and Gold were the predominant colours chosen for the venue.
The second lunch was hosted after the Sikh wedding, which took place at the Fairmont Terrace.
The celebrations concluded with a Pristine White Reception at the Fairmont Ballroom.
Monaco was a splendid and mesmerizing choice for such lavish celebrations of love.