Traditional Home Decor For Puja

Traditional Home Decor For Puja


Hi, this is Srishti here and my company’s
name is Floral Art and we are into home decor. And today’s theme is traditional home decor
in which we are decorating a house for puja. We are using the colour theme yellow, white
and green where we are using yellow marigolds, white bijlee and ashoka leaves as green. We
start off with the entrance where we have done a runner theme of yellow, white and green
again with exotic flowers. Why exotic? Because these will last them for around three to four
days so it will go on till the entire wedding function gets over. We have used liliums,
orchids, roses and chrysanthemums in that. Step by step, we have first used the oasis which
is the green sponge which retains the water, that’s how the flowers last you longer. So,
we have got together the oasis in a strip and then we have added the greens. And in the last we add the flowers. That’s how we complete the entrance. So, once we go in we have added drapes for colour, so we have used green and yellow georgette and we have used
net. We have used abhla laddis which are gold in colour which give a nice gold touch to
the entire background. and then we have used the traditional flowers, marigold. We have
made marigold balls which are hung from the ceiling at different focal points and the same yellow marigold balls have been made on stands as well which have been placed on the floor. So now, I am going to show you how to make the marigold balls. So, we take the broom stick and break it like that and pierce it one of the marigolds. So, that’s how we are piercing each stick to the marigold flower. So now, we will start piercing into the thermocol ball. So step by step,
we will create a circle on it, go around the ball one by one and we will be filling all
the gaps so that no thermocol ball is seen. Then we have created this lovely corner in
the house which is with rangoli, like a traditional rangoli again with marigold, bijlee and with
greens. We have used like a triple stand, a wrought iron stand which has three balls
on it and connected them with coconut leaves and have some drapes behind it. This entire corner looks lit up and looks a very pretty part of the house. This kind of decor is a
very minimalistic decor because we don’t need to do a lot for a puja ceremony. These colours
add a lot of warmth to the occasion. So the yellow, green, like I said, lighten up the place
and give a warm feeling. These things can be done even back at home with your regular
stuff lying with you. You can use your own sarees and dupattas, you know, put them together,
tie them up, use some kind of borders lying at home, you can scallop them, like this,
on the ceiling or maybe, you can get some local flowers from the market and maybe, make
a small rangoli on these lines at your house. So, all these tips can be utilized by you
for your routine pujas you have in your house for Diwali, for Ganpati or Mahashivratri so
all these tips can be effectively utilized by you.

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