Responsibility Makes and Breaks Relationships

One of the key theological patterns in the book of Acts, I find, is that of repentance preceding the receipt of the Spirit which precedes the revival of an individual’s soul.

Indeed, corporate revival relies on the same concept: repentance of the community that precedes the blessing of God’s Holy Spirit on that community which precedes a revival within the culture of the community. Revival relies on repentance.

But what is repentance other than taking responsibility? First and foremost, owning our personal sin.

In recent months I’ve come to learn much more about the patterns in abuse, as God continues to call and equip me to minister in that direction.

The hallmark difference between someone who could abuse versus someone who does abuse is the taking of responsibility. The perpetrator of the abuse avoids taking responsibility at every turn, and at every cost, and it is debatable whether they genuinely believe they cannot be responsible for abuse, or whether they intentionally subvert any accusations against them. The former is evidence of spiritual deception. The latter is evidence of sociopathy.

The well-rounded conscience receives negative feedback and weighs it for truth, even when it hurts, because negative feedback generally does hurt, and because negative feedback is generally meant well. But the damaged conscience, the seared conscience, has lost the capacity for introspection, or simply insists on not going there.

The simplest way of saying it is this: the most obvious indicator of an unsafe person is their incapacity for taking responsibility. If their default is to blame others for things they alone have control over, there is a big problem. If this attitude isn’t addressed, if there is no hope for repentance, it’s only a matter of time before they get themselves into trouble and others along with it.

Relationships fail for the lack of responsibility.

Unsafe people do not take responsibility.

Safe people, on the other hand, walk humbly with God, by being receptive to negative feedback.

I know there have been times when I’ve been weak, where I have been susceptible to resisting and at times refusing negative feedback, and it has always harmed me, others, and the relationships in view. Nothing good comes from one party or both refusing to take responsibility.

The key task of life is to discern well what we are responsible for, and to take that responsibility.

Taking responsibility is God’s decree for our lives, because relationship is the imperative of our lives.

Sometimes we can take too much responsibility, and provided we don’t ‘enable’ an unsafe person we’re in relationship with (who does not take their responsibility well), it generally doesn’t cause much harm, and it is generally very good for us, because God sees the humility in a person living for peace and blesses them for loving others.

But taking too much responsibility when the unsafe person cannot or will not take theirs just propagates the pattern of co-dependence and abuse. The pattern begs to be broken.

Repentance, we should know, is not a once-in-a-lifetime event. Neither is salvation, because there is a fruit attached. The sign we are saved in the Kingdom of God is the fruit we bear. There must be signs of ongoing repentance and fruitfulness.

There must be signs of an ongoing ability to respond well in our lives.

And the blessing we receive in taking responsibility is we take control of everything we can control, and we surrender control for everything that is beyond our control. And that is wisdom.


Responsibility and Control in Relationship

There is one key determinant in gauging mental, emotional, and spiritual health:

To what extent does a person have the capability to take their responsibility versus their propensity to control others.

Those who receive counsel well take their responsibility.

Those who receive counsel poorly are those who tend to blame-shift and try to control others.

Couples who take their personal responsibility individually enjoy progress.

Couples where even one individual who insists upon staying in conflict mode do not progress.

But this article extends well beyond couples.

It extends to the farthest reaches of all our relationships, with others, with God, even with ourselves.

If people experience us as controlling we’re not only untrustworthy, we’re also unsafe, and not a pleasure to be around.

Let’s remember God made us for relationship, which has its aim in being a pleasure to be around (not that we’re ever expected to achieve that all the time). If people experience us as taking our responsibility, they’re free to enjoy relating with us as a person who is a pleasure to know, because we’re safe to be around. To be a blessing is always our aim.

Two pivotal questions remain:

  1. How can I be less controlling?

Needing to have control indicates we’re controlled by fear, which is driven by insecurity.

Because we all have the proclivity to be insecure, we do need to take responsibility for the possibility we can be controlling. The sheer awareness of being insecure helps us regulate the need to control situations and others. This is done simply in owning responsibility for such awareness. We see our controlling things as wrong and we repent of such attitudes and behaviours. This is actually one very effective way of taking responsibility.

  1. How can I take more of my own responsibility?

For many who honestly struggle with needing to have control, this is a hard question. But wherever there is the endeavour to live a more God-pleasing life there is the capacity to achieve the goal. Living responsibly is the way to live a God-pleasing life, because it’s the life of faith – of trusting God to the extent of loving others.

Whenever we live responsibly we’re less of a burden and more of a blessing to others. It would misrepresent the truth to say this trend is absolute, but it’s a reliable guide.

We take more responsibility when we hold ourselves to short account, particularly when we use the prayer from Psalm 139:23-24: “Search me, O God, and know my heart; test me and know my thoughts. See if there is any wicked way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting.” What this prayer is truly beseeching God about is clear. God already knows our heart; He knows our thoughts. The prayer is asking God to make it clear to us what He already knows. It could be as follows:

Lord, You know my heart, please show me.

I submit to Your testing of my attitude;

show me the truth of my thoughts.

Reveal any sign of wickedness

(about this situation or other)

And continue to lead me, please. AMEN

Those who take responsibility, seek God’s awareness of truth, which requires intimacy to walk humbly with God.

  1. Some traits of the responsible:

They attend to what they can control, and they accept what they cannot control.

They’re honest before God to the extent of hearing another person out who has a complaint against them.

They’re quick to own their contribution of fault, but they don’t enable others’ irresponsibility.

They own their current relationships and are happy to cut unsafe people out of their lives and don’t feel guilty about it.

They’re for the most part logical, reasonable, reliable, rational.

They take seriously the hurts of others, living at peace with everyone as far as it depends on them, especially regarding behaviours for which they, themselves, are responsible.


Making Sense of the Attitude of Forgiveness

If I’m a student of grief, I’m also a student of conflict, and whilst understanding of grief leads to acceptance, understanding of conflict leads to forgiveness. This is the premise:

When you forgive you let go of what you cannot control.

Let me be frank. I’ve wandered two quite unique journeys of reconciling myself to peace, in making matters right in my own mind and heart, through forgiveness.

Incredibly I found complete peace when the most significant person in my world ended our relationship. Almost immediately I could see where I’d messed up in that relationship. I owned my contribution. Forgiveness was easy because I took the log out of my own eye.

But there is another path I’ve had to walk, where I felt abused, and there has been no effort from others involved to reconcile matters, despite our efforts. A completely different path for someone who has experienced the ease of letting go by letting God have His way. I can tell you that this ease of letting go was as real as could be, yet it was nothing about me being in my power – all God’s power, because that’s how God works – through our letting go.

So, with the experience of forgiving a betrayal about as deep as anyone could be betrayed, contrasted with experiences of not being free to let other situations go, I have prayed long and desperately to understand something more of the riches of God in the grace He gives and the grace He takes away.

Suddenly I’ve come to an understanding that in experiencing both kinds of hearts – soft and hard – God has shown me both the depths of His grace to enable us to let go and the extent of our sin to resist His movement of softening our hearts. I know both intimately. Both states of heart have been important experiences. I thank Him for both.

God has allowed both and has invited me to compare them in the light of His grace.

What He’s allowed me to see is compelling.

Until we’ve not been able to forgive, we’ve not come to the place where we’re desperate enough to give forgiveness another try. Until it’s been impossible to forgive someone who abused us or betrayed us, we don’t dig deeply enough into the mysteries of the heart’s rebellion in unforgiveness. We remain in self-protection mode. But we also remain locked out of the freedom Jesus seeks for us to have and knows we need. A freedom from the perpetrator, so they may no longer do us any harm.

In those difficult situations where letting go seems impossible, we’re given the opportunity to develop an attitude of forgiveness, acknowledging forgiveness is classically a two-way process requiring protagonists to give and receive forgiveness.

It helps in our developing this attitude of forgiveness when we acknowledge it makes logical sense to let go that which we cannot control. To let go of that over which we have no control. It makes no sense to continue to hold that which can only be bad and that which can never be good for us.

When you forgive you let go of what you cannot control.

While we prepare for ourselves a heart ready to forgive we have another opportunity: to prepare our hearts for what God is doing in the mix of what was a troubled relationship.

God brings us all to account. Even if we’ve experienced the worst kind of abuse and our offender is the worst kind of sociopath, we have equivalence in our relationship with God. The Lord calls us all to account. We must be ready for ours with a clear conscience for what that might entail. And pity them if they refuse their own readiness!

You have control over how God will judge you.

Sometimes God wants us to be tough on a person for their own good; it’s the loving thing. We can be tough in kind ways. We can be firm in gentle ways. We can hold our ground in ways that is inoffensive. We can prepare to meet the offender in the grace they withheld from us. We can rise above the standard of their sinfulness. We do not need to trust them if they’re not trustworthy. We can make things right.

When you forgive you do what God wants, by doing what is within your control.

When you act in grace, you forgive by action.

When you forgive you exhibit God’s power to love a person, not according to what they deserve, but according to the victorious holy standard of God.

For, in forgiving a person of their sin against Deity you let yourself off the hook of God’s judgment, while there they remain, standing in the Dock.

The only way they can make it right with God is if they make it right with you.

When you forgive you do what God wants, and you get out of His way and let Him do what He will do.

These kinds of things demonstrate an attitude of forgiveness acknowledging in faith that God catches up with every sinner this side of eternity or the other.


That Relationship You Need a Miracle for

We’ve all been in this place. And yet, another grief falls upon us.

There is a relationship that shatters us in the process of its shattering.

Whether the relationship is intact or not is immaterial. There is a grief in both aspects of relationship: in absence especially, but also in presence. Ask the spouse of the one with dementia. What was so precious is gone, forever. Sometimes presence resembles absence in the cruellest of ways.

This is not just about marriage; it’s about best-friendships, collegiate and professional partnerships, and soul-mate relationships of all kinds of designations – some that we never designed and never thought could ever work but did.

This is about any situation of grief that impacts you over a relationship that needs a miracle. Sometimes that miracle is that you can let the relationship go. Such a process is a gradual learning, of risking courageously, of giving back to God what life has taken from us, and of honouring the compelling truth.

Maybe you’re not ready to let go just yet. Sometimes that miracle you seek is one that gives you the strength to hold on.

Hope rests in faith to hold on or wisdom to let go,

but oh what strength it takes to trust in tomorrow.

What Happens Too Frequently

Something joined us together, five months or fifty years ago, in all manner of circumstances and situations we either could have or would not have predicted.

A glue formed between us, and while things were good they were so very wholesome and productive and good. It wasn’t just the love we shared. There was something beautifully elusive that formed between us, through the dynamic that we shared. And what is most frustrating is we can only attest to the potential that was borne between us as one of us or both of us looks back.

Perhaps they moved on without us. Maybe we had to move on from them. What happens too frequently is something unravels; destiny or death. It sneaks up and happens suddenly or we could see it coming. Sometimes there are warnings and it’s infuriating when every method of communication is exhausted and there’s still no response.

The shattered relationship completely deconstructs what identity we’ve built together. It reconfigures our philosophy for life. It shakes us to the core. It could bring us back to who we were. It can cause us to question who on earth we are. It can lay us waste.

The Answer…

“… unless a deliberate effort is made to restore and strengthen a [damaged] relationship, it will generally deteriorate.”

– Ken Sande, The Peacemaker, p. 219.

Reconciliation is a weird concept. It is highly negotiable in nature. We can find we’ve made all sorts of agreements with ourselves, but these were couched in terms only we could conceive. Sometimes their terms are completely what we could never have expected. We need to be ready for repentance.

There are myriad possibilities when it comes to reconciling, whether it’s a person-to-person reality, the revival of circumstances that once were, or reconciling it’s over, and every varietal between.

Sometimes reconciliation is impossible, and acceptance is the destination where hope is finally revived. A necessary severing takes place. A moving on brings healing and restoration. In these cases, acceptance is reconciliation.

The only thing we can do is honour the truth held above – a deliberate effort is needed. If that effort has been made and to no avail, we work on acceptance. If the effort is necessarily ongoing, so be it; we’re called to a season of patience that could last a year or five, or a decade or more. Ours is the wisdom to leave it with God.


When a Relationship Is Not What We Hope

There are times in all our lives when there is a relationship that doesn’t quite meet our hopes. There is a particular kind of relationship that continues to elude us with a loved one or a friendship that has experienced fracture.

It is quite a common theme in my pastoral, chaplaincy, and counselling work to be confided in to the extent of:

‘Please help me, I’m so sad because of this relationship – I don’t feel close, or they don’t seem to care, and I don’t know what to do about this situation or my sadness.’

Professionally, of course, these moments leave me feeling out of my depth, but then I quickly realise that hardly anyone is expecting me to fix their problems. What I have to offer is the care of listening and interest of and capacity to journey with a person. I am still so amazed by what the Holy Spirit can do when I’m feeling hopeless and useless in my own strength. In endeavouring not to fix the person’s problem, the person is ministered to by the Holy Spirit operating through me.

I recall a time when a particular relationship was not only strained, but the relationship, as it had been, was over. I was impelled into grief; cast into the place of loss that I was completely ill-equipped to handle.

When people say God doesn’t give you more than you can handle, part of me wants to laugh, but part of me also gets angry.

Life does give us more than we can handle.

God allows this to bring us to an understanding of Himself in our suffering.

This is why we need God, because at times life cannot answer our questions of it, and only God at those times can help.

… but never in a way we initially expected…

The above relational situation taught me so much, because at some levels there was no hope. I had to get used to the fact things had changed forever. There was no way of reconciling the relationship to how it was. I was forced to adjust. But I also found a way to reconcile with this person in a way that only God could have procured. And yet there was a blessing in disguise, a God compensation if you will, for the fact that things had changed irreparably.

God takes us deeper into Himself, and, as a compensation, we get a gift that nothing in this world can provide.

That can, however, seem short-change for those who have not yet experienced such a compensation. For whatever reason, they may never experience what I and many others claim as faith-facts. But it’s only as we press on in within our pain that we stand to benefit in a way that is entirely of God.

When I go into some of those moments with others, pastorally or therapeutically, so many in a moment of sharing are overcome by their sadness and heave out their tears. Again, I can feel quite useless, because it is completely inappropriate to console them in a way I would like to. Such consolations I talk about I can only give to family, otherwise others and myself are vulnerable to a possible inappropriate use of the power God gives me to care. And yet, stopping short of such consolations is the very power of God, as God gets me to step out of the way, so His Spirit can work in this situation of my holding and containing of the person.

Still, the sadness of being in some kind of relationship that doesn’t rise to the hopes we have can very well feel overwhelming. And yet, God’s power doesn’t seem to operate until we get to this place of feeling overwhelmed.

Feeling overwhelmed is like arriving at first base in the economy of God’s ministry for the grieving.

And there is something very precious about a person-to-person relationship that is both safe and intimate at the same time.

Such a therapeutic relationship works for healing through the power of God because, and only because, it is platonic. Such a relationship does not and cannot rescue a person from their immediate pain, but somehow gives them the courage to continue on in the journey of hope toward resolution.

And I would argue that the effectiveness of the counselling relationship is because of that very reason: we do not interrupt the flow of God’s healing Spirit that requires a person to do their own work even while they’re urged onward in faith by any of us privileged to walk alongside with them.


A Ravishing Wedding Celebration in the City of Royals

Rajasthan, the largest state of India, is prominently popular for the conventional spell of royalty and beauty it casts over its courters. The state holds an ancestral dominion over its identity as the city of Royals. So, if you are planning to celebrate the most auspicious occasion of your life, and want to feel no less than an illustrious price or princess then, of Rajasthan is the land which deserves to host your wedding.

Royal destinations, enchanting themes, up scaled services, appetizing food, and everything you can ask for to make your wedding day memorable, you can find it here. Not sure? Have a look.

Destinations

Rajasthan is the land of forts. Perhaps, almost every city in this state endows a mystic royal fort. The land which carries the enormousness of Mehrangarh fort on its chest and the artistry of the lake palace in its heart can never disappoint you if you are looking for the perfect wedding destination.

In the modern cities of Rajasthan, you can find some magnificent hotels and exquisite resorts which can be appropriate sites for elaborate destination weddings. The idea of a destination wedding has become eminent in various parts of the state. In cities like Jaipur, Udaipur, Jodhpur, Alwar, Bikaner, etc. conducting a ravishing wedding isn’t a very tedious and costly task if you have a reliable and creative team of wedding planners on your side.

Wedding Themes and Decorations

A wedding theme adds an alluring oomph to the entire idea of decorations to set up D-Day and all the charming functions of the wedding. The spellbinding culture and traditions emerged from Rajasthan’s heritage hold some splendid cues for extravagant wedding themes.

Presently, in Rajasthan, the most trending themes for wedding and wedding functions include the Rajwada wedding and the Swayamwar theme. These themes are sure to port you to the world of fairy tales with the venue decorated as a king’s palace and the bride and groom dressed just like the royalties of a much-renowned dynasty. Also, the decorations inspired from Radha-Krishna’s divinity with a contemporary touch to the theme can also embellish your wedding day with glitters and stars. You can be as creative as you desire to be with the choice of the theme. After all, it is your big day!

Cuisine and Entertainment

Amongst everything royal and luxurious, how can we forget to mention the appetizing and elaborate cuisine of Rajasthan? You can rely upon the rajwada menu if you wish to gratify and treat your guests to an elegant dining. From popular dishes from the kitchen of Rajasthan’s royalties to every possible flavor from around the world can be served at your wedding. Apart from the deity of royal ‘rajwada’ cuisine, you can imbibe the essence of Rajasthan’s folk music and traditional Rajasthani performances to add a special entertainment quotient to your wedding celebration.

Services

As much as Rajasthan is known for its luxury, it is renowned for its servicing. Whether it be the case of catering, decorations, hospitality, or wedding planning; you can seek the best service providers in Rajasthan.


A Perfect Plan to Ensure a Hassle Free Wedding Event

A wedding plan is something that encompasses everything you wish to happen in your wedding event and it avoids all those things that you don’t want to happen. A marriage ceremony or wedding event requires to consider a thousand of things. From deciding the color theme of the wedding, to accommodation arrangement for guests and relatives, to decoration of the event venue, to arrange refreshment, food as well as beverage for inviting guests & contacts, a wedding event includes numerous tasks.

Some of the grooms take pleasure to make arrangements of their own and smart ones hire professionals to make arrangements that they can enjoy the ceremonial activities to the fullest. Experts or agencies that offer professional services to organize events such as wedding, engagement or corporate gathering, eliminates all the hassle that occur during a wedding event.

An event manager knows well what actually requires making an event successful, also, they are equipped with the appropriate tools and manpower to organize an event smoothly. Apart from this, they are aware with all the probable issues that might occur during a wedding, and they come up with an expert solution for every existing issue instantly.

Hiring experts or a professional wedding event management agency is just not enough to ensure success of an event. You have to check out the proceedings your own. In order to ensure that things are going well or not, you can prepare a checklist of the tasks which are going to be done. Thus, you would be cleared that you are not missing anything. As you find that tasks are getting done, mark them progressively.

Remain close and connected with the event management professionals to get updated with what’s going on and what is required to be done. Moreover, you need to prepare a list of guests, relatives and contacts, you wish to invite on this special day of your life, to make certain that no significant person is left.

Have a conversation with the caterer on estimated budget. Tell him frankly about your financial capacity and insist him the get the things done within your budget. Suggest him the whole sellers, who can provide uncooked food material and other essential things at reasonable rates. Do the same concerning decorator, photographer, and videographer.

Find a travel agency that can deliver affordable travelling packages in bulk that you can ensure that all the outsider guests can reach to their destination after the event with no hassle. Considering these tips and precautions, one can efficiently plan his/her wedding event, ensuring that he or she is going to enjoy this cherished day to the maximum.


Things to Consider While Using Wedding Decor

When it comes to weddings, the right décor can completely transform even the simplest of venues into the magical setting you always wanted it to be. This is a once-in-a-lifetime celebration that deserves nothing short of the very best of everything. But then, take a moment here to define what makes ‘best’ in terms of the décor for your wedding ceremony? Do you like flowers or lights? Glamour or simplicity? Extravagance or minimalism? What color scheme do you wish to follow? What about the stage – how do you want to make it look prominent? The chairs and tables? The pews and altar? Wow. didn’t think there would be SO MANY choices to make now, did you? Don’t worry – this article is here to sort out most of your confusions. Here is a basic list of things that you should consider when finalizing and using you wedding décor:

Final plans for your celebrations
The eventual proceedings that you have planned for the day will have a major impact on your decorations. For example, whether the wedding will be indoors or outdoors? Are you planning a church ceremony or an informal event? The schedule, timing, day, predicted weather – all these factors should be taken into account while choosing your wedding décor.

Your overall theme for the day
Everything from the colors to the material used for decorations to the way your furniture has to be arranged will depend on the theme that you have picked out for the day. Picking out a central color scheme from the start will help you match everything related to the central theme perfectly. When it comes to items of wedding decorations, the most popular options are flowers, candles, and ribbons. You can use them in many creative ways to come up with ethereal decorations for a dreamy day.

Priority areas in the venue
Speaking about the decorations for your ceremony, the focus will primarily be on the altar or the altar equivalent as the focus and attention of all the guests will be on it. Some other important areas that will require special focus for décor are the pews and the doorway through which the bride and groom will enter. For the decoration of your reception area, the priority areas are the head table where you will be sitting and which will be the center point of the celebrations. Next choose some stunning centerpieces for the tables, décor for the entrance, and the dance floor.

Your overall budget for the party
This is the last and probably the most important factor to consider when it comes to planning your wedding venue decorations. If you are looking to save some money here, make sure that you keep your purchases to a minimum. Instead, choose wedding furniture and décor rental services and get the right items to deck up your venue without breaking the bank.

The right wedding décor is the key to making this special moment unforgettable. So if you are planning to get married soon, then don’t forget to consider these things while using wedding décor.


Imperative Benefits Of A Professional Mandap Hire

From perfect lights to venue draping, it is essential to make sure everything is up to the mark when planning for a wedding.

A wedding becomes successful when the arrangements are as per the desire. It becomes difficult to pay heed to each and every activity when the time is less and money is limited. Mandap is very auspicious as the bride along with groom takes a pledge there to take care of each other in every uncertainty and to hold each other till eternity. Thus, its decoration and value should not be compromised at any cost.

Do you have enough time to focus on specifications of mandap? Do you have any idea of putting up a great venue draping? If not, worry not. You can have the professionals of a mandap hire and can achieve the few benefits as mentioned below.

More ideas

By hiring professionals of mandap, an individual can assure new and innovative ideas that can give an awestruck moment to guests. They will ask the needs and expectations in advance; will execute the same with proper care and attention.

Budget

Don’t worry, these professionals will ask the bar or range of budget in advance. Their service is alterable as per the needs. They won’t create a contract without understanding the specifications and desires of customers.

Time efficient

The professionals not only provide quality but can also provide their services as per the said timings. Book for them and they will appear at your venue prior to the wedding. When wedding season approaches it is important to ensure everything is done on time.

Desired themes and decorations

Their team is very efficient in working on themes or designs requested by the bride and groom. From orchids to lilies they will arrange every decorative option. Having dealt with various clients they know the best and trending likable options.

Professional touch is guaranteed

Having expertise in the wedding industry, they know the value of putting up a great wedding and do not compromises quality at any cost. With them, one can assure an outlandish quality and service without any hassle.

A marriage is not only an event but is a point of time where lots of sentimental values are attached. It is important to make the day special and memorable for anyone. With the qualified experts of a mandap hire enjoy the above benefits and prepare for a wedding you ever wished for.


4 Types Of Fabric To Look For In Venue Draping

Venue draping is a beautiful way to transform the appearance of the place with some colorful, shimmery and cheerful fabrics. With a throw of perfectly matching fabrics for a backdrop or walls is effective in luring the guests of any event. This type of decoration is a perfect fit for any kind of event whether it is a wedding, birthday party or any colossal celebration.

The planning of the event can be done easily but the main problem that appears is what kind of fabric to buy, from where to buy, what will be the budget and much more.

If you are worried about the selection of preferable material suiting to your needs, then look down below for the options available in the market.

Poly Silk

This material is a combination of polyester mixed with silk and was formed to make silk fabric more durable, easy to wash and wrinkle resistant. The material is translucent and allows enough light to pass through. Its lightweight and non transparent nature make it sturdy enough to stay intact in its place. It comes in wide variety of robust colours to make the place or ceiling pleasantry for every viewer.

Nylon Tulle

It is a transparent and lightweight material. It was weaved from fibers of nylon with tulle to make the fabric look stiffer and meshed. The material is a popular choice because it is inexpensive in comparison to other options available.

Organza

It is a thin, plain, sheer material and is traditionally made up of silk. Organza is very light in weight and transparent in nature thus it can be restored to the place without making many efforts. This item when clubbed with fairy lights or additional decoration can work wonders to make the place lively.

Chiffon

It is a soft lightweight, sheer and flows like the wind when used. It can be used as a room divider or to accentuate the look of the wall. It comes in a variety of colours and pattern suitable to the theme of any occasions.

The above are the most definite options to choose when the occasion is big and special. These options are suitable for every individual need and can be opted as venue draping. When used along with proper lights and decorative items it can add charm to the place. Search for the nearby professionals or providers who can deliver the finest choices with beautiful colours.