Rohini and Visish turn up the fashion heat for their regal reception being held at Normandy Farm in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania! Our Maharani looks exquisite in a colorful lengha choli, with flawless hair and makeup—by Layla Bridal Hair and Makeup! Bright blue eye liner on the upper lids paired with a deep mauve shade on the lips gives this newlywed bride a sultry and perfect for evening look! The man of her dreams is quite dapper in his grey suit, accessorized with a classic silk tie! This stylish duo is a perfect complement to their reception decor, particularly the stunning white and blue draped sweetheart stage—courtesy of Mandaps By Dhoom! I adore the white and blue color combo! Joie Elie Photography & Cinematography catches up with our twinkling twosome on the ballroom floor as they perform their first dance! They make a magnificent pair! Don't forget to browse the gallery to see more portraits of these enchanting lovebirds!
From the bride, on a special moment:
"There were several special moments of our wedding and reception. The reception was actually the first time it hit me that we were so lucky to have so many friends and family who loved us so much. One especially great moment was when my husband any I were able to make our way from one group to another on the dance floor and realized the extreme variation of groups. One moment we were dancing with friends from college, then uncles and aunties, the next moment with cousins, and another turn and we were with the tweens. It was so heartwarming to know we had so many people from so many backgrounds who were there to celebrate with us."
On family and friends helping:
"Our wedding was a culmination of several different family and friends efforts and love. We had a Pennsylvania wedding/reception (where my family is from) and a California reception (where my husband's family is from). My friends from high school came together to create gorgeous table numbers and stayed up late into the night to create design other pieces for the reception. My husband and I spray painted silk flowers, gold, to act as escort card holders. Close friends of our families sewed and painted the plates held by the bridesmaids, the theda (curtain between bride and groom), as well as the coconut cover red hearts with our names on them. These were just a few of the details created by our loved ones. As far as the entertainment aspect, our friends from high school, college, and medical school came together to create a skit/dance routine to depict how my husband and I met. It was incredibly funny and perfectly executed. The grand finale was a surprise performance of my husband dancing and singing to of course, a song from Mohabbatein."
Enjoy the rest of your day, ladies!