Long Beach’s Hyatt Regency was brought to life by Robles Video Productions, who captured the nuptials of this gorgeous couple, Shital & Rishi. Planned by Planning Elegance and photographed by Global Photography, this wedding featured a same-day edit video that opened with the song Raabta, which set a tone of sweetness and intimacy. The color scheme was dominated by red but complemented by traditional wedding colors like fuchsia and gold. Shital paired her red lengha with an intricately embroidered dusty pink blouse, and her impeccable makeup by Dolled Up By Lulu had just the right amount of matte and shimmery finishes. Rishi donned a red and gold sherwani, and his groomsmen wore identical white and mint bandhgalas with matching mojris. While the sound of the dhol beats and a joyful Baarat kicked off Rishi’s entrance, Shital arrived in a boat. The D-Day featured simple yet stunning decor by Shawna Yamamoto Event Design to match Shital and Rishi’s outfits; the aisle was adorned with flat red arches leading to the open mandap, with a white baroque backdrop, and Maharani-esque chairs to seat the couple. A standout element were the two munchkins that came in a toy car holding the “here comes the bride” sign (SO cute!) After 7 years of courtship, the couple was smiling and blushing all along, all set to be wedded. All their nuances (case in point, the bubbly toast as they were getting ready) were captured delightfully for this film, which was showcased at the reception later, where guests danced to the beats of the DJs from Special Occasions & Lighting.
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