Indian weddings are normally a kaleidoscope of colors and jewelry but when we came across Sanchi and Santosh’s monochromatic magnificence, we were simply astonished! Taking extravagance to a new level, RB Event Design planned this gorgeous gold galore at Eagle Oaks Golf and Country Club, in collaboration with Sajawat & Partyland Decor. Dhoom Events orchestrated a smashing Baraat for Santosh and his squad, who were dressed in matching tones of gold, crimson red, and cream. Dressed up to princess perfection, Sanchi opted for a stunning all gold ensemble with thread embroidery, floral, and sequin flourishes. An ornate red dupatta balanced all the gold, and PrettyNeatBeauty kept Sanchi’s look simple using blush and neutral tones. We particularly loved how the chic braided bun kept the focus on her glorious outfit. A standout element was Maharani Sanchi’s mehndi design by Monita from Henna For All, and you can even see her bridesmaids admiring the intricate artistry in one of the marvelous clicks by House of Talent Studio. After some remarkable first look portraits clicked by House of Talent Studio, this happy couple made their way to a mandap that was gleaming in full regalia. A towering, beaded backdrop, a mix of gold and flimsy metallic drapes, and an ivory-gold seat, made for this dazzling mandap. Sajawat & Partyland Decor adorned the aisle with antique gold vases which was a sweet touch. Chand Palace catered delectable vegetarian delicacies that had everyone gladly satiated. Making a momentous exit in an open-top Bentley, the couple made their way to the reception. Check out these marvels clicked by House of Talent Studio in our gallery!

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There is a lot more gorgeousness left to revel in, so do return to the blog for the next post, all about the reception bash of Sanchi and Santosh!

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Photography: House of Talent Studio | Catering: Chand Palace | Planning & Design: RB Event Design | Cinematography: House of Talent Studio | Hair & Makeup: PrettyNeatBeauty | Venues: Eagle Oaks Golf and Country Club | Floral & Decor: Sajawat & Partyland Decor Mehndi Artists: Henna For All