Come along with me for Roshni and Corey's Indian fusion wedding spectacular in Orlando, Florida! Jensen Larson Photography kicks off with vibrant images from the sangeet. All dolled up by the hair and makeup artists at Makeover Station, our Maharani is anenchanting vision in her her magenta and white lengha choli. Her golden tan skin is dewey fresh! Her handsome hubby joins in on the fun with a dynamic two- toned sherwani which is the perfect compliment to his queen's ensemble. They look amazing together! More shall be revealed before you know it but in the meantime, feel free to browse the gallery, for tons of fashion and beauty tips!
From the bride, on how they met:
"Corey and I met in Calculus class in August of 2005. I was one of the displaced Hurricane Katrina students from Tulane was new to University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida. Corey sat behind me on my first day and he and I exchanged numbers for a group project and became friends. We were both pre-med and ended up being lab partners and taking many of the same classes. He asked me to officially be his girlfriend after dinner with a letter (I still have) on October 17, 2007 and the rest is history. We applied to medical school together after graduating college in 2009 and matched into our respective residency programs March of 2013. Corey has always been calming presence and made even the most causal of outings so special. He put up with all my moods, my midnight cleaning sessions, and entertained all my crazy ideas. I knew Corey was the one because he loved me for me, unconditionally, and most importantly took me as I am, and for that I fall more and more in love every single day."
On the proposal:
"My sister, Sonali, and Corey planned the most romantic proposal. I was actually trying to surprise Corey with a fun weekend getaway on Clearwater Beach during our intern year for his birthday in April of 2014. I had talked to my sister about ideas and she sneakily said that my mom had Hilton points that were going to expire soon and that she would take care of it and book the hotel for me and send me a confirmation via email. Later, I found out Sonali send me a photoshopped confirmation because Corey had booked the hotel the whole time to surprise me with a proposal at sunset overlooking the beach. I was so proud of myself for planning a surprise beach day with paddle boarding and jet-skiing and dinner, but Corey was scheming all along. We had early dinner because I had made reservations on the outdoor patio at one of his favorite restaurants for his birthday at Island Way Grill to enjoy dinner and the sunset. He was unusually nervous at dinner he ordered lots of rounds of drinks which was very unlike him and was eating really fast (faster than usual). After dinner, he insisted we go back to the hotel and watch the sunset which I was fighting him on because I had made these specific reservations outside to watch it at the restaurant. When we got back to the hotel after being annoyed in the car, I opened the door only find the carpet laden with rose petals, orchid flower arrangements, lavender scented candles, and tea lights that said "will you marry me?" He had champagne glasses engraved with our names and a photo collage all set up on our private balcony. As I was trying to take it all in I looked over and he was already down on one knee. He asked me how long we had been together and rhetorically answered 6 years, 5 months, 19 days. I was truly shocked and could not stop staring at the beautiful ring he had in his hand. Out of the corner of my eye, I saw a flash and it was my college friend Hela who was a photographer who had captured all of it. We took a few engagement photos on the balcony and enjoyed champagne at sunset. I could not have asked for a more perfect proposal. Corey and my sister pulled off the perfect reverse surprise."