The ceremony is complete and these two are over the moon with happiness! So what do a pair of lovebirds do once they're officially Mr. and Mrs.? They head to the beach for some dreamy portraits, of course! Joseph Lin Photography keeps the film rolling as this bride and groom celebrate their special day. Maharani Reena is exquisite in a beaded head piece that matches her sweet "fusion" gown perfectly! My fave picture here (can I pick more than one?) still has to be the darling image of the bride's mehndi-patterned feet next to the groom's shiny oxfords. Henna For All created such an outstanding and delicate design and her golden sandals are a radiant complement! Before we get to the sensational outdoor reception styled by James Anthony Floral & Event Design, I'm going to browse all the beachy bliss in the gallery!
 
From the bride: "At the time of our engagement, Brendan was living in NYC and I was living in Atlanta, doing a 9-month internship in nutrition at Emory Hospital. One of the weekends we were planning to see each other was Halloween weekend, and we decided to meet in Miami where some of Brendan's close friends lived. Neither of us is huge on Halloween, but we wanted to be prepared in case we went to any parties, so we both ordered banana costumes before the weekend. The Saturday night (October 29, 2011) that were thinking to go out, we decided to try on our costumes in the hotel room. We were just dancing around as bananas alone in the hotel room, and I looked away for one second, and when I turned back around, Brendan was down on one knee, with the ring in hand proposing!"
A few moments from now we'll be at the glowing reception! See you there!

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Catering: Benares Restaurant & Catering | Photography: Joseph Lin Photography | Venues: Brecknock Hall | Cinematography: Joseph Lin Photography | Planning & Design: Ana Chablaney | Lighting: Sperry Tents | Hair & Makeup: Salon Karma Hicksville - Preeti CannavaBridal Fashions: Charms Couture |