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Elements: Experience Heavenly Matrimony amidst the Lap of Romantic Green Gardens

Elements: Experience Heavenly Matrimony amidst the Lap of Romantic Green Gardens

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Bharath Mahadevan & Sunitha Ninan Joseph,FoundersSun kissed beaches, majestic palaces, luxurious ballrooms and opulent hotels are the newly found penchant to have a fairytale destination wedding. True to its prestige, union of nature’s elegance with handsome cosmopolitan appeal makes Bangalore, the Garden city of India, the extraordinary wedding destination. There’s something so effortlessly romantic and beautiful about a garden wedding. The elements of nature that serve as your décor overhaul the artificial decorations. Nestled in the hillocks of Bangalore is one such beautiful garden venue - Elements. Perfectly manicured gardens in relationship with colorful flowers, fencing the venue with its lush bushes exemplifies the Paradise’s Garden of Eden.

While the elegant outdoor nuptials brighten up the bride-groom tenor, the guests also experience the nature’s magical retreat assembled in Elements’ Gardens. Wedding venues at Kanakpura road can tame even the wildest bridezilla with just one look, but what makes Elements the most sought after wedding destination is its idyllic setting; gardens like The Garden of the Gods, The Starlight Room and The Queen’s Pavilion are landscaped uniquely to capture the picture perfect moments in every dimension. Open for weddings, receptions, private parties and corporate celebrations, each garden of Elements can accommodate up to 2000 guests concurrently. “Elements, the venue and Elements, the wedding planning section makes the groundwork easier, more natural, and enjoyable for the bride and groom families,” exclaims Bharath Mahadevan & Sunitha Ninan Joseph, Founders, Elements.

When Nature Shower Blessings
The first look at ‘The Garden of Gods’ elates one’s soul. Maharani’s Mandapa, the mainland for couple’s ceremony, floats like an island on water
connected by a bridge with the surrounding vicinity, creating space for just the bride, groom, priest and the parents. The afternoon weddings are wrapped in the fabric themed décor that transforms the gardens into shade of colors. Promise your vows under the cascade of flowers flowing like they are being showered from the heaven. This dreamland has the capacity of settling 40-2000 guests providing parking to closely 400 cars.

Being the only venue provider assisting in end-to-end wedding services, the duo ease the wedding stress by offering tailor-made services and suggesting venues based on the locality

The Starlight Room is a perfect host for South Indian Wedding with a banana leaf brunch or glamorous receptions. With one click on switch, this garden metamorphosis into moonlight paradise suspended with candles and LED lightning, thus creating enough space for guests to dine in one place and photo bomb the couple on the main stage. The venue can be combined with the adjacent floating lawns in case of colossal guests attending the function. Much awaited venue of Elements, the Queen’s Pavilion, allures each and every guest. Custom themed open air banqueting space with a romantic mandap and garden redefines the majestic regal setting. The quintessence of romance and perfection in an organic setup is what defines this pavilion aptly.

Landscaped in 2012, Elements’ sound coordination with the vendors and the clients helps it proffer prompt services keeping intact the quality of every little artifact. Being the only venue provider assisting in end-to-end wedding services, the duo ease the wedding stress by offering tailor-made services and suggesting venues based on the locality (Elements at Kanakpura road being the first preference). This close coordination with the two families orchestrates the momentous day right from the first meeting. Each client is different and so are the requirements, based on this factor the venue offers two packages (flexible) – 8 hour block for one function and 24 hour block for two functions. To ensure that the venue is ready way prior to wedding, Elements’
team pulls up its spirits to create the best artistic look as the client desires. “Knowing that mishaps are erratic, we over order on materials needed on site. Since we start way ahead with our work, we have ample time to think on our feet and use resources in hand to rectify things if needed,” asserts Sunitha.

Brain Overseas but Heart in India
Entrusted by locals and clients overseas, Bharath brings in context the situation with a client who insisted to get her daughter married at Elements only, despite blocked dates. “Though the wedding was in just six months, she booked our second venue (under construction then) trusting the tastefully constructed gardens in first place,” asserts Bharath. Elements’ gardens was ready way before the wedding date and the celebrations were done in grand style. He adds, “When a couple from overseas contacts us, we mail them photos of our venue along with the decor and costing details. Communication through Skype keeps us in the right place all the time”.

No less popular, this serene venue hosted artistic weddings of celebrity bigwigs like Kavitha Krishnamurthy's & L Subramaniam's daughter and Prof. Nalli’s granddaughter. “Till now our business has been growing just on ‘word of mouth’ and we hope that the goodwill of our clients continue to bring more business - not just wedding related but for corporates as well,” concludes the duplet.

Key Management:
Bharath Mahadevan, Founder
Experienced in airline sales and heading operations for Singapore Airlines and Jet Airways, Bharath puts forward his management skills in wedding planning industry, thus making Elements the most sought after wedding venue in Bangalore outskirts.

Sunitha Ninan Joseph,Founder
Being a creative spearhead, Sunitha is determined to create a wonderfully crafted natural wedding space for couples-to-be and replicate the Garden city look in the avenue of Elements.

Location: Kanakpura Road, Bangalore

Offerings: Wedding gardens, Reception vicinity, Corporate celebrations
• The Garden of the Gods
• The Starlight Room
• The Queen’s Pavillion