R.A.G.Artistry allows us to be a virtual guest at Esta and Aalap's Indian fusion ceremony in Statesboro, Georgia! Due to their great appreciation for education coupled with the fact that the bride's parents work there, our lovebirds recite their own personal vows at the Nessmith-Lane Performing Arts Center. With the floral support of Frazier's Flowers and the decor stylings of Aayojan, the venue is transformed into an Indian wedding wonderland! Gold pillars, red fabric, and fuchsia flowers all culminate into a great, romantic setting for matrimonial bliss to blossom! In the midst of such joy and splendor, our couple could not look more in love as they become man and wife! See more of their quaint nuptials in the gallery!
From the bride, on the wedding style:
"I had a favorite palette and theme. I knew I wanted the wedding ceremony to be traditional (red, gold, green, and white) whereas the reception would be a reflection of my taste. I chose the gold, coral, and white because of the classy look and happy tone."
On what she enjoyed most:
"I really enjoyed working closely with my mother and future mother-in-law. Not many brides can say how truly wonderful the experience was. Both families were very accommodating and incredibly generous! Watching our families become close during the process was truly a gift by itself."
On friends and family helping:
"Both sides of the family contributed in more ways than one. This wedding was truly a community event! Multiple families on my side hosted many of the events....I can never thank our friends and family for such a wonderful gift."
On the venue:
"The venue was actually very fun for us. It was the performing arts center at the University where my parents work. I grew up on this campus and frequented the arts center with my family for cultural events. My husband and I both value education and open-mindness, so it just seemed fitting to host a fusion wedding on a university campus with such great minds around us for inspiration."
On the special moment:
Saying our wedding vows was a really special moment. We wrote our own vows to incorporate both cultures and traditions. Our vows were very meaningful to us, and I just remember thinking how beautiful it was that we were making these promises to each other with all of our friends and family on stage to witness. Most of all, I remember the look in my husband's eyes as he said his vows. It is a memory I will cherish always.
Portraits are coming up!