So, I must say….I ab-so-freakin-lutely love this idea by Working Brides and Partyland Events & Flowers.  They did a quick costume change at cocktail hour, and transformed the ceremony room into the reception room.  I love, love, love this idea of leaving the mandap, and transforming it into the stage for the sweetheart table.  Isn’t it well, sweet?!


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From Trisha, of Working Brides:




They opted to simply have a luncheon and with the use of bold colors and a traditional mundap they really were able to have their DREAM WEDDING!! You see sometimes its not always about the glitz and glam. Bride & Groom both hold Ph'd's and money was really not a factor, they simply wanted something that was authentic to them.




I met this couple about 5 months before their wedding and we selected their venue rather quickly. They wanted elegance and simplicity. Once the venue was selected taking Intira to meet Partyland was next on the list. We selected a brand new mundap, which was rich in tradition. Something I had never done before, but made perfect sense for this couple. With the burst of color and the elegant fuchsia linens and orange overlays we were set in no time!!




The ceremony was mainly a hindu ceremony, but we splashed in a Tea Ceremony to fuse in some of Intira's rich culture. After the ceremony guests dined on a fusion of Indian and Thai inspired dishes.


Congratulations to our sweet bride and groom, and Working Brides for sharing this wedding with us!




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Planning & Design : Working Brides / Floral & Decor : Partyland Events & Flowers / Photography : Georgetown Pics / Caterer : Bollywood Bistro