Siiiigh...I cannot stop staring at this gorgeous reception venue! The second I saw it, I immediately looked up The Athenauem
and have officially started to think about having my reception there! Libby and Dipanjan ended their beautiful day with dinner and dancing with their closest family and friends. Staying true to their creative sides, the couple incorporated origami into their reception décor by placing a paper crane at each dinner setting! I also admire the idea they had of donating to a charity helping those affected by the Japan earthquake and tsunami in lieu of party favors. How thoughtful!
Brides, don’t ever feel that guests will not notice your little details …they go a long way! Libby and Dipanjan presented their guests with a wishing tree and placed cute cards for their guests to write thoughtful notes on. This is such a great idea to make guests feel like a part of your big day, and you can always use these notes to create a scrapbook after the wedding. How fun would it be for you and your husband to revisit these notes every few years on an anniversary!
Congratulations Libby and Dipanjan
! Thank you for making us feel like part of your amazing fusion wedding! We wish you a very blissful married life!
And thank you to B&G Photography
for another lovely wedding submission. Check out our Inspiration Board
from this wedding over on our Indian Wedding Site Facebook Page
!California Indian Wedding Vendors
Photography - B&G Photography
Catholic Ceremony- Japanese Catholic Center
Hindu Ceremony & Reception- The Athenaeum at Caltech
Mandap- Krushna Mandap Decorations
Coordinator- Amber Events
Florist- Susan Marchant
Hair & Make Up- Kelly Zhang
Cake- Euro Pane Bakery
Limo- Crown Limo