About Us

raza 001A Fabulous Past has created a Fabulous Present to last into the future…

Since they started in the decorating business in 2001, they have had the great pleasure of being a part of countless memorable occasions. Fabulous Designs has decorated for many weddings, whether it be a simple civil ceremony or an extravagant, week long, Indian Shaadi. They have also decorated for anniversary and birthday parties, wedding and baby showers, and much more.

Regardless of how big or small, they believe that every celebration deserves the utmost level of attention and detail when it comes to décor. With every event, they ensure that their customers are not only satisfied, but exceptionally happy with their services.

Read more about the extensive services they provide and learn more about them and their experience

History

It all started with Ashika’s passion for the arts. Growing up, she would spend hours of her time drawing intricate designs and pictures with great detail and care. As she transferred her beautiful designs into Henna (also known as Mehndi) Art*, her canvas became the hands of many brides.

This introduced her to the world of weddings – primarily Indian weddings. Ashika began designing and creating Mandaps (Indian wedding altars)*, all with the same care and attention to detail that she always did.

Through this journey, she built her reputation within the Indian community and together with her husband, Faizal, continues to expand their business.

After meeting Faizal, who brings to the company his many years of customer service and sales experience – but more importantly, just as much passion – they decided to venture further into the Wedding Industry. Together, they officially created FABulous Designs and expanded into complete event décor. They have broadened their horizons past Indian weddings and also past Henna and Mandaps.

*Henna/Mehndi: A paste made of leaves and other ingredients which stains the skin when left on for a while

*Mandaps: A structure under which Indian wedding ceremonies are conducted