Today’s love story is fifteen years in the making and began with high school sweethearts Diana and Aseem’s chance encounter at Math Team. Being the Team Captain, Aseem failed to recognize Diana’s mathematical competency until a year later when introduced through mutual friends. As the saying goes, “the rest is history.” The couple wanted to make sure they celebrated both of their backgrounds with a fusion ceremony. I have to admit that I love fusion weddings, because what is better than one wedding? Two weddings! Special Event Beauty showed up bright and early to doll Diana up. Flown in especially from India, was a gorgeous red embroidered net lehenga enhanced with stone, bead, and cutdana work in ornamental motif and with heavy patch work. The entire ensemble was set perfectly with a net embroidered dupatta. Now that the bride was ready to go and meet her dhula for the Hindu ceremony at the Holiday Inn Mansfield-Foxboro. All the images of this fusion Indian wedding shot by Dana Siles Photographer can be found brimming in the gallery.

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We have the wedding ceremony decorated by Shobha Shastry of Alankar Event/Wedding Planners coming right up! See you in a twinkle.

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Floral & Decor: Alankar Event/Wedding Planners | Photography: Dana Siles Photographer | Bridal Fashions: BHLDN Anthropologie | (Reception) Cakes & Treats: Montilio’s Baking Company | Catering (Hindu Ceremony): Sajal Latka of Maharajah in Cambridge | Catering (American Ceremony): Off the Vine Catering | Dj & Entertainment (Hindu): Pankaj Arora & Ravi Shahani | Dj & Entertainment (American): Beat Train Productions | Floral & Décor (American Ceremony): Lisa Rossignol | Hair & Makeup: Special Event Beauty | Invitations & Stationary: Seven Colours | Jaipur - India | Mehndi Artist: Henna Designer (Jumana & Zoher Bootwala) | Planning & Design (Hindu Ceremony): Anand Kohli | (Hindu Ceremony & Reception): Holiday Inn Mansfield-Foxboro Area | Venue (American Ceremony & Reception): Five Bridge Inn |