For their reception, Munmun and Gautam changed out of their traditional Nepali wedding outfits and into more modern wear. Munmun beamed in a heavily beaded pink and gold net lengha, while Gautam was comfortable in a three piece tuxedo. Natasha Decor
transformed the Embassy Suites Nashville- South/Cool Springs
into a wedding oasis with a purple and gold color scheme. For their entrance, the couple had gold columns with traditional Hindu statues of Apsaras lining both sides of the aisle and Ganesh at the entrance. Each table had gold runners with purple orchid centerpieces and candlelight.COMPLETE Music.Video.Photo
captured the decor perfectly. From the widespan shot from the entrance looking in to the side view with all of the tables we can tell just exactly what the room looked like. I also loved the picture where Gautam has his hands in the air and a huge smile ready to celebrate- so cute!
After the images Munmun lets us in on what went on behind the scenes just before their first dance!
"Gautam was nervous about our grand entrance and dance, I being a better dancer was confident that I will rock the floor with swag…but thanks to the two glasses of champagne Gautam gulped down, he made a real “GRAND” entrance while I on the other hand was way too surprised looking at him even to remember my dance steps …so he took the lead and together we rocked the floor!"
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Venue - Sri Ganesha Temple, Embassy Suites Nashville- South/Cool Springs
Decor - Natasha Décor
Catering - Woodlands Indian Vegetarian Cuisine
, Sitar Indian Cuisine
Shoes - Jimmy Choo