The Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel & Marina was the perfect venue for today's Indian bride and her groom, who baraat'd his way over via speedboat along the marina, and we're about to get an exclusive look into the amazing Hindu wedding ceremony, planned and designed by Tracie Domino EventsOccasions by Shangri-La has left not a single fabulous stone unturned when it comes to the fantastic floral and decor details of this event. The ceremony space is decked out in the most exquisite Indian wedding decor and is perfectly lit for the special occasion. These incredible images, shot by the talented Kimberly Photography, are just a few snippets and highlights of all the unforgettable moments that transpired at this exciting Indian fusion wedding event. You can see even more from this vow exchange in the complete gallery!

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The bride, on her wedding style:

"I’m not a very traditional individual and I knew from the beginning that I didn’t want a traditional theme or décor for any of the wedding events. I was looking for something clean, chic and elegant with vibrant colors but not too much floral. I also told them that I was looking for a non-traditional mandap [without floral] and for the reception, I wanted to ensure the decorations weren’t over powering. I searched Pinterest for decoration and color pallet inspiration. I also thought through what I liked and disliked from past weddings I had attended. Lastly, I made sure I talked through my ideas with Michael as well as my sisters before approaching the décor vendors (yes that’s right, we went through 2 vendors before we finalized on the vendor)."

We still have one more unforgettable celebration coming up, and you don't want to miss a single detail from it!

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Floral & Decor: Occasions by Shangri-la | Photography: Kimberly Photography | Planning & Design: Tracie Domino Events | Catering: S3 Catering | Venues: Tampa Marriott Waterside Hotel & Marina | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: Aerial Dragons | Cakes & Treats: Hands on Sweets | Venue: Sacred Heart Catholic Church | Cinematography: Voila Cinematic | DJs & Entertainment: Rang Entertainment | Hair & Makeup: Rachel Artistry | Dhol Player: Dhol Mitul G