If you love morning weddings, rich colors, endless details, marigolds, cute doggies, and lots of family drama, today’s featured Indian wedding by Pixel Story Photography is just what you need to see right now. Megha and Shravan’s multicultural wedding with both Coorgi and Kannadiga influences took place at the Shibravyi – a venue best suited for rustic weddings. Let’s relive all the candid moments from these college sweethearts’ glam sangeet and wedding ceremonies in the gallery.
Stunning landscapes – check. Striking sunshine – check. Coordinated outfits – check. Couple with awesome chemistry – triple check. We love how Megha and Shravan’s pre wedding photographs truly capture their romance quotient.
We are definitely crushing over the striking sangeet venue and the unique ways in which marigold and origami has been used. There’s oodles of eye candy in this sangeet ceremony, especially the two doggies make my heart flutter. So so so adorable!
"Though every moment was magical here but some of them were priceless like the presence of their dogs throughout the event, Megha’s Super energetic dance during sangeet - we got to see altogether a different personality of her, from a silent sincere girl to a rockstar who burnt the stage , she tried her best to give Shravan tough competition but our man was no less.. he came out with flying colours and they danced on beat to beat together."
“We met at architecture school 9 years ago. We were introduced to each other by a common friend. What brought us closer and helped get rid of the initial awkwardness was a prank to pretend to be his love interest. Within a month of knowing each other we were inseparable and enjoyed each other’s company to the hilt. I always had a secret crush on Shravan, tall and handsome, but his quality of never letting anything upset him is something that made me fall madly in love with him. He was always cracking up and there was never a sad moment with him around,” shares Megha.
“My Brides outfits were all self-designed with references from google. The wedding saree was purchased from Kanchipuram and the reception saree was gifted by my in-laws, purchased from a boutique, Chandini Collections in Malleswaram. The sangeet outfit and blouses for the sarees were designed by me through a lot of research and referencing. I bought all the fabric and got it tailor made to my measurements from Desire Boutique. Dilshad of Desire Boutique was very obliging and I couldn’t imagine anyone else putting up with and executing my specifications and detailing ideas,” explains Megha.
3 Productions shares: "Our team together took care of the planning, decor & design, guest hospitality, conceptualisation, and all other aspects of the wedding to make it hassle-free and memorable for the lovely couple. The couple is highly energetic, extremely sweet and has a super contagious spirit!"
It was a really hard task selecting my favorite moments from this wedding, so do check out the gallery for more wedding inspiration.
Indian Wedding Vendors: Venue: Shibravyi/ Decorator & Wedding Planner: 3 Productions/ Mehendi Artist: Aasma Arts/ Brides outfits: Self designed with help from Desire boutique, Jayanagar/ Grooms outfits: Paresh Lamba Signatures /Jewellery: Tanishq, Bhima Jewellers, Srishti Jewellers/ Catering: Wedding by GR Celebrations; Mehendi & Reception by Palate Korner/ Makeup Artist: Harish/ Invitations: Printing only by Girish/ Photographer: Pixelstory.in : Sudha and Mukesh Khatri/ Videographer: Pradeep of Definitions Photography
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