The Wedding Art was born out of sheer passion and continues to be a cradle of artistry and innovation. In the world of Pinterest-inspired shaadis, Wedding Art promises you a breath of fresh air.

The Chief Artist

Meher Sarid is the Chief Happiness Officer at The Wedding Art.

Whether a resplendent ballroom embellished with blush roses, gold vases and crystal candlesticks or a verdant garden with tree swings and flower bridges or a white sand beach with giant votive candles and flowing canopies, celebrated wedding stylist and design expert has them all in her repertoire of designs. Adding fun, spark, and sparkle to the process of holy matrimony, she brings weddings to life.

Starting in 1994 when the concept of wedding planning was unknown and people used only strings of flowers for decoration, Meher has planned hundreds of memorable weddings, creating unforgettable events for couples, families and guests. She introduced various new ideas like western cut flowers and different types of lighting to the then-nascent industry. She was the first wedding planner to start the trend of international destination weddings, way back in 1998.

Meher’s commitment to clients is to deliver original themes that are not copied from or inspired by something done by someone else. Armed with an artistic mind and bags full of creative and innovative ideas, she always delivers more than she promises.

Meher is a wizard at crisis management and can be relied on to ensure that every event goes off without a hitch. She brings along relentless enthusiasm for life, a sense of humor and camaraderie, making the humongous task of planning a wedding easier for all concerned. Her knowledge, professionalism and positive attitude make her a favourite with clients and crew.

Meher feels the most heart-warming compliment she has received was from a young bride whose father died a few weeks before the wedding. In her toast speech, she stated that Meher’s softness cloaked in steely resolve reminded her of her father. And she would not have been able to go through the celebrations without Meher’s exceptional support in picking her up whenever she was breaking up.

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