Prashe Decor: Couture Indian Wedding & Event Planning

by Stephanie Quadri

Mateo Martinez: Brick Street Photography

Prashe DecorIndian weddings include many rituals and events leading up to the big day and although they are some of the most enjoyable affairs to attend, I am sure they can be quite laborious to plan. From the mendhi and sangeet to fashion, flowers, and reception decor, Prashe Decor founders, Pramel and Prashe (brother and sister duo) are here to assist with all of your needs to put together decadent and festive affairs to remember. Take a peek at the fashion designer (Prashe) turned party decorator’s own fabulous four-day affair that was featured in the Spring/Summer 2008 issue of D Weddings.

7 Responses to “Prashe Decor: Couture Indian Wedding & Event Planning”

  • Pingback: D Weddings Bridal Buzz Blog » Prashe Weddings

  • Brady Milak | February 7, 2010 | Reply

    I lately came across your blog and have been learning along. I thought I would leave my first remark. I don

  • Blog4Money | May 29, 2010 | Reply

    Hello, nice writing. Want to get money for blogging? Check out:

  • unhappy | April 5, 2011 | Reply

    We had a horrible experience with Prashe decor in Dallas. First of all when she realized that we were Indian clients on a tighter than usual budget, she was somewhat dissmissive and cold towards us. Her decorater was more hospitable than Prashe herself. On the day of the wedding, we received a call from the hotel saying that the Prashe staff had decorated the wrong stage and the decorater refused to correct it. It was an obvious miscommunication, but that was not the issue we had. The hotel staff complained that the decorator was very rude towards them. When we told them that we needed to get this issue corrected, she made it sound like it was such a hassle because she had to call her men back to fix it. I had heard similiar stories from a few other Indian bride to be’s who checked her out before going with another competitor. I figure if we were non-Indian clients who were wealthy to purchase any of her higher end decor, we would have been treated differently. I would never recommend this decorator again.

  • | June 24, 2011 | Reply

    I am always looking online for tips that can help me. Thank you!

  • Pingback: Bridal Show at Prashe Showroom this weekend

  • Maya | August 6, 2012 | Reply

    We recently used Prashe Decor for our wedding. We shopped around for other decorators and even met with Events by Farrah, who at one point told us she was the “cheaper version of Prashe,” which seemed a little tacky to me. I felt that the pricing was actually very comparable to one another, but Prashe’s products were better and prettier. We ended up going with Prashe and her team because they were so easy to work with and understanding. In the beginning I thought they would not be in my price range, but they were able to accommodate my budget. She even threw in extra for us! On my wedding day EVERYONE complimented our decor and said they loved it as much as we did. Thank you so much Prashe!