Often considered the recession-proof industry, the wedding industry in India amounts to more than 40 billion dollars. It keeps growing rapidly at an annual rate of 30%. But this ever-booming industry doesn’t come without its own hassles. There are hundreds of tiny details that have to be taken care of. While the big fat Indian weddings make it to the headlines, it is the smaller, regular-scale weddings that make up for the volume of this industry. So where does plastic come into all of this? Well it’s the little accessories that make a big event. You may be a wedding planner, a caterer or just a regular person trying to host a wedding – but the following plastic products are going to save you from a lot of trouble.
The seating arrangement is one of the chief concerns in a wedding. Plastic chairs serve the purpose more aptly in this case. First of all, due to their lightweight, they can be easily rearranged owing to sudden requirements. Secondly, they’re easily transportable, which makes it possible for one to call for more supplies in case there’s a shortage. Thirdly, they’re unbreakable. No unruly kid running around the wedding ground breaks plastic chairs. Therefore, if you’re a vendor, you don’t have to worry about losses, and if you’re renting the chairs, you don’t have to worry about incurring extra costs.
Now let’s talk about the aesthetics. You don’t need to have a designer wedding to make sure that your chairs and tables look good. The best thing about plastic chairs and plastic tables is that they come in different colours. They can easily be a decorative complement to the wedding decorations. Plastc without arm chairs often covered with a decorative white cover. That makes a low-cost plastic chair look premium. It’s one of the most cost-effective ways of enhancing the appeal of a wedding through the furniture.
But that’s not the only area where the use of plastic comes in handy at weddings. If you’re arranging a wedding, you’d know that there are several things that need to be carried from one place to another and stored. There are flowers, decorative, tools, food items, and so much more coming in and out of the wedding premises – you need to store these items with care. This is where the role of quality plastic crates comes to play.
Plastic kitchen trolleys for serving starters makes life a lot easier for caterers at weddings. Plastic crates are also useful for collecting used plates.
Plastic waste binsare also an indispensable part of wedding events. No event management is successful without a proper waste management system, and if you don’t want your wedding to smell foul, make sure your waste bins are sorted. In destination weddings plastic make-shift toilets are also quite common.
While the wedding industry is booming, it may also leave behind a tremendous amount of waste. Plastic furniture and other plastic products also play a role in limiting the carbon footprints of our weddings by being – reusable, recyclable and highly durable.
Monsoon is here, and it’s here in full throttle. Love it or hate it, monsoons mean a lot of indoor time. Be it work-from-home or cancelled plans with friends because of heavy rainfall, you’ll be spending a lot of your time at home in the coming days. How do you make the best of it? – By simply making your home monsoon-ready. Here’s how you do it!
Make a cosy corner!
If you’re spending most of your time indoors, you better find a nice corner to relax and enjoy the rain outside. Take a look at this sun lounger. While it’s an amazing piece of furniture to enjoy the outdoors during the summer, the sun lounger from Italica can be ideal furniture to relax on with a hot cup of coffee and a nice book on a rainy day.
Set up a comfortable work space
Welcome to adulthood where rainy days don’t mean holidays. It’s work-from-home time, and you better set up your workstation at home. But here’s the thing: working from home is fine as long as you’re not distracted. Don’t ever make the mistake of working out of your bed or the sofa. Always find a plastic table and chair. Make sure your chair is designed well enough to support your back for a good 7-8 hours.
Keep the water and mud outside the house
If there are people coming in and out of your house during the monsoons, you’d know how water dripping from their umbrellas makes the floor all wet and eventually muddy. All you have to do is put a plastic crate outside your house where all umbrellas and raincoats can be stored. You can keep a separate crate for wet shoes if you like.
Take care of your trash
Monsoons come as a relief but there are a few issues that tag along too. One of them is stinky dustbins. It is because of the extra moisture in the air, dustbins smell worse during monsoons. Not only is it a foul smell but it’s also something quite unhygienic. So if you have been planning to change your dustbin for a while, now is the time. Get a big, good quality plastic waste bin with a lid that doesn’t let the smell escape.
Make the best of the rains
It’s not unknown to anyone that our country is facing a huge water crisis and it’s only going to get worse. You may or may not live in an area that is currently affected by the shortage of water but it’s our responsibility to make the best of the rainwater. Storing rainwater, even in small quantities is a great step that we can take to battle the situation. We can check our use of running tap water as well as help our neighbors this way. Why not put a large plastic storage bin outside your home and store some water when it is raining cats and dogs?
Doesn’t have to be all indoors
Just because it’s raining outside, doesn’t mean you have you to spend every minute indoors! If you want to enjoy the gentle pitter-patter, the mild petrichor and the cool breeze at your porch, terrace, backyard or garden, go ahead. Set up nice plastic furniture set with plastic chairs and tables on your terrace with a large overhead umbrella, and enjoy a warm cup of coffee and snacks with your loved ones. Or, simply set up a plastic chair in your balcony, and enjoy the view while sitting on a chair with your feet rested on the railing. Sounds perfect, doesn’t it?
It’s Ramadan season, and after a long day of fasting, we all look forward to a hearty Iftar. To make the most of this Holy month with your loved ones, calling them over for Iftar is an age-old tradition. You probably have an Iftar invitation every other day in the neighbourhood. However, it’s not going to be long before the wheel stops on you for hosting an Iftar party. Here are a few ideas to make ample room for your beloved guests, and give them a sumptuous treat at the end of the day.
Arrange comfortable seating for all
You love the idea of feeding people who have been fasting[ to praise Allah. But space crunch is a real issue. Your dining table can’t accommodate all the people you have invited. Your couch is too small to seat all your guests. In fact, your house may not be big enough to host so many people, and you might need to take the gathering outside. In case you want to have an outdoors Iftar, enjoy the meal under the crescent moon, do it with plastic chairs and tables! Seat as many guests you want to – no space issues whatsoever. Not sure what to do with plastic chairs later? Don’t worry they’ll always come in handy for any get-togethers in the future. Just stack up the chairs in your house when you’re not using them.
Stock up the supplies
If you’re hosting 10-15 guests at least, you’re going to need enough supplies. You surely don’t want to call them for daawat and feed them biryani ordered from a local restaurant. You’d want to celebrate the evening with home-cooked delicacies. Where do you keep the copious amount of cooking ingredients, bottles of Rooh Afza, dried fruits, toiletries, and so much more? You stack it all in huge crates. But where do you find big plastic crates that don’t look ugly? It’s a rare breed but not entirely non-existent.
Wheel – in the food
If you have a small house, the problem can be fixed with placing plastic furniture outside. But are you going to carry the lavish and abundant supply of food all the way from the kitchen to outdoors every time? If you have a big house, you may not have to host the event outdoors but it still doesn’t solve the problem of serving your guests, who just can’t help asking for yet another serving of your delicious food. Easy solution – dinner on wheels. All you need is a beautiful kitchen trolley that can take the food from the kitchen to anywhere you want and serve your guests with piping hot food. A plastic kitchen trolley can prove to be a life-saver when it comes to large-scale hosting.
Get a dustbin, and a big one!
If it’s a huge dawat, it’s going to leave huge waste. Your Iftar dinner is a simple and noble gesture for people fasting this season. But at the end of the day, you’re the one who has to clean up. So make sure you have a plastic dustbin big enough to carry the waste of the huge dinner held at your place. Make sure it’s sturdy, firm and comes with a swing lid for easy access. This is a month of worship and piety, and nothing is closer to godliness than cleanliness.
Are you that house in the society that hosts the biggest IPL match watching parties? If so, you know it’s not easy dealing with several over-enthusiastic guests. But it’s a great feeling to be the proud host of such a happy event, isn’t it? We get it. Here’s what you need to make your house ready to host this IPL and all the seasons to follow.
Your couch is definitely not enough to seat so many people, and neither is it safe from the danger of getting coffee or beer spilled over as the enthusiasm rises every time Kohli hits a six. Therefore, it would be advisable to have lightweight, sturdy and comfortable plastic chairs at your disposal. Plastic Chairs aren’t aesthetic enough you say? Have you checked out the latest designs on Plastic Chairs for Home available these days? If not, check these out.
An IPL watch party with the entire neighbourhood in your house guarantees one thing – lots and lots of food for all the hungry cricket fanatics. Your dining table is too far from the television set and too expensive to be messed up with all the food for your guests. Your centre table is too small for the party. Plastic tables to the rescue again! Have the delicious spread kept on a beautiful Plastic Table and forget about food stains on your furniture. Easy to clean, easy to maintain and beautiful to look at.
Now that you have a place to keep your delicacies, there’s a bigger concern. You want to bring those pakodas fresh and hot, serving after serving. But are you going to carry them in your hand wearing mittens all the way from the kitchen to the drawing room every time? Not when you have a Kitchen Trolley! Just put the food straight from the pan into the trolley and have them sent over where the action is.
You may wonder what the need for a crate on a household is — this isn’t a hotel. If you’re hosting an IPL match watch party, your house is going to be no less busy than a hotel. There are so many things you’re going to keep in store – paper cups, paper plates, packets and packets of snacks, beer bottles and so much more. Where are you going to stuff all that? On your kitchen slab? In the drawing room? Certainly not on your bed. Get a Plastic Crate that serves the purpose and looks premium too. Something like this
Plastic Waste Bins
Where do you think all the waste from this gala party is going to go? You may think your tiny waste bin is enough but it’s not. Don’t take a chance. Get a big, nice looking Plastic Waste Bin if you don’t want to wake up to the stink of rotting smell the next morning.
Sushma from 601 says she can’t join you for the watch party because she has to take care of her infant? Don’t worry. Tell her you to have her covered.