I am loving Pankti and Jed's
outdoor mandap. Inspired by their theme of nature and earth tones, their mandap
was made of branches and beautiful flowers and placed in front of a waterfall. To bring in both of their religions, the couple displayed statues of Mother Mary and Radha Krishna. The perfect sweet touch was added with the pink and purple parasols and red rose lined aisle.
From the bride: "My husband's barrat was entirely made up of his friends and family from Westerly Rhode Island who danced and sang more than we would on their way up to meet my family at the wedding site. There was not a single Indian in the crowd except for one very energetic and fun uncle on our side who led the troop down the road with the music playing. Most of our family and friends said they had never seen a completely American led barrat but it was truly so awesome to see them following Jed on his horse. When the two families met, everyone was dancing in the streets together. By far one of my favorite moments."
We promised you a grand entrance from the bride, and we're delivering!
From the bride: "After everyone was seated, I entered on a horse and carriage and my dad met me at the entryway. Our wedding was outside and when I stood up on the carriage and looked around and saw all my family and friends there who had touched my life in some special way, I had tears in my eyes. It was such an amazing experience. I feel truly blessed to have experienced it all with those that I love."
I can't get over the father-daughter pictures below by ZoomWorks Photography
- could not pick my favorite of the two!
Are you loving this wedding as much as I am? A beautiful reception finale is coming right up!Georgia Indian Wedding Vendors: Photographer - ZoomWorks Photography / Event Planner - Ribha Events / Reception Venue - Chateau Elan / Cinematography - Three Ring Media / Hair Stylist - The Green Room Agency / DJ - Party Over Here Productions / Cake Designer - Cakes by Meenakshi