The dichotomy of this beautiful Indian wedding at the rustic, SteelStacks & ArtsQuest was beautifully captured by Maggie J Photography. Sonia from PrettyNeatBeauty did a fantastic job highlighting our bride's feminine beauty in a masculine environment. There are so many splendid things about this ceremony. The love of two families being joined together, under a white mandap bursting with lush greenery by Nazareth Floral Designs. Or, my personal favorite, the vivid portraits under that big Pennsylvania sky that took our breath away. In this Indian wedding planned by Tum Hi Ho Events there is something for everyone. Coming up we have the glamorous reception but until then join me in the gallery bursting with inspiration.

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Catering: Chand Palace | Planning & Design: Tum Hi Ho Events | Hair & Makeup: PrettyNeatBeauty | Venue: SteelStacks & ArtsQuest | Floral & Decor: Nazareth Floral Designs at Donahoe Farms | DJ: Simply Entertainment | Cinematography: Orange Films | Photo Booth: Party Cam | Photography: Maggie J Photography