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After sharing their fantastic pre-wedding portrait session yesterday we are back with Nikyta and Shashi's wedding coverage!Indian weddings are known for their pomp and show, and this Hindu wedding was certainly no exception. Captured with finesse by Jonathan Cossu Photographer, the couple’s destination Indian wedding was fun, frolic and much more. The couple tied the knot in a traditional Hindu ceremony that took place at the Moon Palace Cancun. Here are some pretty pictures from Nikyta and Shashi’s morning Wedding and evening Reception.
We were completely blown away by the entire mandap setup – pretty and simple yet extremely stylish that looks fabulous for an outdoor scene. Amidst this awesome setting, the couple was surrounded by their happy and excited loved ones.
The lovely Nikyta is picture perfect in just about every frame carrying off her pretty red bridal lehnga and matching kundan set with élan! The groom rocking his cream-colored sherwani and well-coordinated pagri looked equally as dashing.
The venue was tastefully decked up with elegant candlelit décor, comfier seats and wonderful fresh flowers.
Amazing dance displays brightened the festivities and the uplighting illuminated the whole room!Thank you so much to Jonathan Cossu Photographer for submitting this gorgeous wedding and congratulations to the happy couple!Mexico Wedding Vendors: Photographer- Jonathan Cossu Photographer/ Venue- Moon Palace Cancun/ Officiant - Baktal Vatsal/ Flowers & Decor- LatinAsia/ DJ- JSAV/ Water Drums - Drums in Paradise / Hair & MUP - Sheena Razmi/ Coordinator- Palace Resorts Weddings/ Video - Alamar Videography
We're back with Nikyta and Shashi's wedding day by Jonathan Cossu Photography
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