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An Insight Into the Work of Shaadi by Marriott Inc. at Courtyard, Gurugram
In its first-ever campaign at Courtyard by Marriott in Gurugram, Shaadi by Marriott created a wedding experience on May 20, 2019, that was sterling and unbeatable from ideation to execution to celebrate the spirit of a shaadi in India; a shaadi that draws and stirs the love, affection, and toil of both the families. Inaugurated in 2017, Shaadi by Marriott Inc. is a one-of-its-kind customized wedding campaign that aims at curating unforgettable wedding experiences for the guests with its promise of quality and value.
Highlighted by the display of Swarovski’s Jewellery collection, the success of the event was marked at the beginning itself that, apart from welcome drinks, included a traditional aarti and tika ceremony. The work of the most acclaimed ornamentalists of the city created an unbeatable aura from extravagant designs. The amalgamation of international and local flavours ensured that the delicacies satiate the guests with the richness of taste. Chime Events, EMG, Cube Events, Pearl Wedding & Entertainment, Nitin Arora Photography, Rajesh Digital, Wedding Fables, TheCuratedBuzz_Foodmaniacs, Wedding Fables, News 24 were among the several attendees of the event. Courtyard Gurugram Downtown gleamed with the gaudy festivities as the guests chatted away in the merry surroundings of luxurious artefacts, and witnessed a coherent flow of events in an organized shaadi that will rejoice any management freak you know. The event was a refreshing insight into how the experts at Courtyard by Marriott make a dream wedding a reality, highlighting everything from breathtaking venue designs to a lavish wedding spread.
According to Bhawna Verma, General Manager of Courtyard by Marriott, the team does everything as if it’s one of their own relative’s wedding. It helps mould a wedding that is seamlessly organized from the choice of delicacies for the feast to the see-offs of the guests later. “It’s about anticipating needs and fulfilling dreams, not just meeting expectations,” says Verma.