The creative team at Suhaag Garden never ceases to amaze me with the way they bring new light to traditional wedding colors of red, gold, and cream. The addition of the tangerine roses, in this ceremony set up, creates a new dimension all while keeping an overall classic style. Décor aside, Maharani Ami’s double stack necklace wins the top spot in my favorites list, and we can thank the team at Tracie Domino Events for making sure our bride’s perfect vision unfolded at the Grand Hyatt. More beauty coming up but for now enjoy more incredible shots by Kimberly Photography in the gallery!

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Get ready to dance the night away at the reception coming right up!

Floral & Decor: Suhaag Garden | Photography: Kimberly Photography | Planning & Design: Tracie Domino Events | Cinematography: Jose Ortiz Films | Catering: Aashirwad Indian Restaurant | Garba Venue: India Cultural Center | Wedding / Reception Venue: Grand Hyatt Tampa Bay | Hair & Makeup: Michele Renee The Studio | DJ: DJ Firoz | Bridal Fashion: Dulhanj Atirma | Cake Provider: Greenwise Publix | Mehndi Artist: Alpa Mandilia | Photo Booth: ShutterBooth | Transportation: Martz Group