Allegro Photography is delivering some of the most unforgettable highlights from Reema and Rohan's Indian wedding ceremony at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel, where Unique Weddings By Alexis planned a stunning main event for the fabulous pair! The floral experts from Orly Khon Floral decked the contemporary mandap out in beautiful white and pink blooms and the stage was lit in a beautiful glow. Today's Indian bride and groom couldn't wipe the smiles off of their faces as they said their I dos, and neither can we as we revel in the details of their Desi dream wedding! We'll be diving into some sensational reception moments later today, but before we do, head into the complete gallery for a closer look at the newlyweds' ceremony decor and take a peek at what's coming up next!
Maharani Reema, on the special role family and friends played:
"Both our families were pretty involved every step of the way. One of the elements that really stands out is the chunar. We have a family handyman that has been with us for over 10 years and he actually created a wooden frame to hold up the chunar. He used wooden balusters (the spindles used on staircases) for the handles and then created a wooden frame to sit on top. He sprays painted the whole frame gold to give a really regal effect. My aunt in India had a chunar custom made for us for the special day. The day of - my uncles and cousins had to put the frame together because it was too large to transport in the car. It really was a huge team effort that made my entrance that more special!"
On personal touches:
"Another personal touch to the wedding was our welcome bags. I used PaperSushi, a company I found on Etsy, to create a rubber stamp with our wedding details. My original plan was to just stamp our wedding bags but the folks at Paper Source taught me how to use a heat embosser to give our bags a polished and professional look. It took me a week to stamp over 100 bags but it definitely added a personal touch for our guests when they first walked in."
Meet me back here later today for some post-ceremony fun, my friends!