So, you if you are debating about whether you actually need lighting or not for your reception, I think that your answer will be crystal clear very, very shortly.  I was blown away by this décor, and I didn’ t even notice the flowers.  The lighting is opulent, magical, and completely transforms the ballroom into the perfect place for our Maharani to dance the night away!  If you are using a location that has been popular in your community, this wedding will show you how you can completely make it your own.

Final words from the new MRS!

After the ceremony, our guests headed to The Pennsylvanian for cocktails. Vishal and I joined our guests after a wardrobe change for a night of fabulous food, dancing and fun. We build a square bar where 8 bartenders could serve our 350 guests with ease. Our dinner tables were draped with a crushed antique gold linen and our table accents were brown satin. We had both tall and short flower arrangements which consisted of hot pink roses, pink and green hydrangeas, tulips, pink and cymbidium orchids, curly willow branches, and tea lights hung from swarovski crystal candleholders. Our lighting was a combination 

of plum and amber colours which created a very rich and romantic setting for our reception. Our cake was a cream base with a green mehendi- inspired design, topped with golden fondant balls overflowing the layers of the cake.

We worked with our photographers and lighting team to build a model-like photoshoot area - complete with a white backdrop and professional flash lighting for our guests to take self-portraits by using a remote control. This was a fun way for our guests to capture their photos and encourage them to visit the dance floor.

April 10th, 2010 was the perfect day for Vishal and I. It was truly our perfect wedding and could not have been possible without our families and our fantastic vendors.