Multicultural Sri Lankan Wedding by Photography by Brea

I'm so excited to bring you today's fusion wedding because it was planned by Indian Wedding Site's very own Chandani of Events by C and photographed by the talented Photography by Brea. Photography by Brea did such a beautiful job capturing today's wedding. She focused in on the emotions of the big day while still giving us tons of décor shots for inspiration!

Lucky for us Chandani gave us so many behind the scenes details that instead of me writing about the wedding, I'm going to let her takeover to give us the play by play!
"Sarmila and Khalid met in DC while she lived in London and he lived in MD. Khalid eventually moved to London to be with his love.  I met with Sarmila and Khalid in person once when they hired me, but then we planned their entire wed ding over Skype while they were both in London and I was there in MD. Sarmila really wanted a Sri Lankan/American fusion wedding, but did not quite know what that meant or what it would look like. I worked closely with her and Partyland Flowers to achieve her vision – and she was thrilled with the final result.  Sarmila and Khalid are both from Sri Lanka, but Sarmila is Hindu and Khalid is Muslim. Instead of having multiple ceremonies – they chose to have a non-religious vow exchange ceremony that was short and sweet."

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"The ceremony faced the beautiful fountain at the venue. This was followed by Cocktail Hour on the mansion’s lawn and then everyone moved to the tent for dinner and dancing. We had an elaborate spread of Indian and Sri Lankan fusion dishes served. We had gorgeous deep purple draping separating the tented reception space. Behind the draping was Indian/Moroccan themed lounge for guests to come and relax in. The lounge was complete with a dessert station that had tropical fruit ice cream flavors and pies. There was also a photo booth and bar in the lounge area."

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Thank you so much to Chandani of Events by C and Photography by Brea for sharing this gorgeous wedding with us, and congratulations to the happy couple!

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