When Maharani Aminta and Rohan decided to tie the knot, they wanted to think outside of the box for the wedding venue. Though both are Guyanese Hindus, the couple chose to get married at Jamaica Performing Arts Center, a theater housed in a landmark 1858 First Reformed Dutch Church. On the morning of her big day, the bride was dolled up by Heena Das Beauty who styled the bridal’s hair and Beauty by Tamanna who handled the beauty regimen. Take notice of this bride's wedding style! The bride donned a gorgeous yellow lengha designed at Kamal Bhai Saree Sangam for her pre-ceremony. A traditional, sweeping lengha from Frontier Bazar was front and center for her traditional Hindu Guyanese ceremony . The venue was graciously bathed in luxury by Elegant Floral Design and transmuted The Jamaica Performing Arts Center into a royal oasis. A multifaceted, iron wrought mandap took center stage in the middle of venue with lighting created in house illuminating the room in the most ambiance like vibe. See every lasting memory in our gallery captured by Nidji Photography.
We return for the reception. See you in a twinkle!