If you missed the first three parts of Shilpa and Ron's Connecticut wedding, make sure to click here
For brides on the East Coast, planning an outdoor wedding always comes with a little risk of rain. That risk is quadrupled if you dare to plan an outdoor wedding in the Fall. Our bride was up for a little gamble and lucked out with gorgeous weather for her big day!From the bride: "Our wedding was more magical and spectacular than we imagined it could be. We loved how every detail of our wedding came together to make a warm and beautiful weekend. The colors we chose represent auspicious Hindu colors as well as quintessential fall in New England - reds, oranges, yellows, and greens. The richly colored fabrics and flowers looked stunning against the fall sky. We added pashminas for the ladies in baskets that I customized with home sewn liners and personally designed and embellished stationery. We loved looking out at everyone looking snug in the colorful pashminas."
My favorite shot - amazing work, Tina
Love the natural feel of this New England baraat!
Brides-to-be: USE this idea!
More coming right up, with lots of inspiration for your wedding reception!Wedding Professionals: Photography - KSD Weddings Couture Photography / Sangeet Venue - The Cromwell Crowne Plaza / Wedding and Reception Venue - The Wadsworth Mansion / Catering - Nadir, Masala Kitchen / Decorator - Elegant Affairs / DJ - Neil, DJ Raj / Hair & Make-up - Lilly Rivera, Bridal Gal / Cake - Ana Parzych Custom Cakes