I love blending Western style décor into Indian weddings.  These kissing balls and the most charming touch, no?!

From our bride :


We were looking for venues with beautiful architecture, prestige and  most importantly - the flexibility to allow us to use our creativity to plan the wedding of our dreams. We landed on the Omni William Penn Hotel as our host hotel. This was also the location for our Welcome Reception on Fri, and our Bhaarat and wedding ceremony on Saturday. 

We wanted a change of location for our reception and were thrilled to find The Pennsylvanian. The Pennsylvanian is an old, converted railroad station that is now used as an event space. It was the perfect mix of gorgeous architecture and modern appeal that we were looking for, and allowed us the flexibility in selecting everything including our caterer, lighting, chairs, tables, linens and florals.

For Friday night's decor, a soft amber-coloured lighting illuminated the unique gold paintings that covered the ceiling at the Urban Room in the Omni William Penn Hotel. The tables were covered with white linens, red rose petals and white morracan candlabras. The event allowed our out of town guests and relatives to meet each other (some for the first time) and enjoy a variety of indian foods and fine wine. Our parents, and other family members took the mic and the night ended with a fairytale slide show that was created by two of our cousins.


Saturday was a gorgeous spring day! In true Indian style, Vishal entered on a white horse and danced down the streets of Pittsburgh with his family and friends. The ceremony was conducted by Vishal's great uncle and was very true to our individual style.

More gorgeous glamor on the way!