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35 Ways To Creatively Use Umbrella's At Your Wedding

Since they make for stunning décor pieces at your mehendi ceremony, incorporating umbrella's in your celebrations is a must, if you want to get some insta-worthy pictures!

Diya J Verma
Hand-woven, intricately-embroidered umbrellas are so apt for a feminine ceremony. Using them as sole décor pieces or weaving an old-school theme around them, the quaint artefacts are sure to enhance the aesthetic value of any setting. To add to the romantic picture, these can be hung off floral strings or can be placed awning table centrepieces. Not to forget, umbrellas can also double as fun activity corners for a bride or guests!
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