If you confused Payal and Viral’s Welcome Night and Vidhi/ Satak for their ceremony, we won’t blame you - it was just that elaborate! But it was the Mehndi and the ceremony that turned things up a notch. Bringing in a whiff of ghazal and Sufi, Prashe Decor alternated a rich sea green with ochre yellow for the drapes, and the area dedicated to the bride featured yellow seating and embroidered pink bolsters. The indoor ceremony was a total sea change in terms of overall look, and K.I. Weddings perfectly carried out Payal’s vision of a blush pink color scheme. Pink was Payal’s late maternal grandmother's favorite color (her name was also Gulab!), so naturally, it was central to the ceremony. The entrance, aisle, and mandap, were all doused in roses and bouquets, with floating candles inside crystal vases adorning the aisle. Minimalistic chic gold frames with candles placed on the rim constituted the backdrop of the mandap, one that glowed owing to the overhead white floral dome with an accompanying chandelier. Just when we were barely done swooning over all the decor gorgeousness, Maharani Payal stole the show in an intricately embroidered blush pink blouse and red lehenga, topped off with a gold tulle dupatta. You could from one glance that the Kundan jewelry was no ordinary set, and Payal confirmed that they belonged to her grandmother. Payal’s girl squad coordinated in gold blouses and organza lehengas, also in blush pink, and the men were equally glamorous in their beige kurtas and baby pink vests. Meridian Convention and Event Center hosted this ball of a wedding, where Om Foods Catering & Nasta served authentic Gujarati delicacies to the guests. To be fascinated for the fourth consecutive event, check out the photos from their gallery featuring stunning stills by CB Art Photography.
Yep, you guessed it right, in the next post, we’ll be featuring the final bash of this fete, the reception! Stay glued to Maharani Weddings to savor this beautiful event until the very end, and hear all about the planning journey from the bride herself!