Traditional with a modern twist is the only way to describe the adorable indian wedding reception of Param and Ronnie’s.  I love the cute indian wedding details and ideas from this party. The dhol players for their grand enterance, the indian cake topper, the flowers…you can just see the energy and enthusiasm that went into planning this South Asian wedding.  Instead of a typical first dance of the bride and groom, Param, Ronnie, had their bridal party partake in a choreographed dance that was performed at their reception! How fun does that sound?!

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More tidbits from the bride: My sister in law Renee Rampersad did my makeup and hair for all the events and she did an amazing job in making me feel and look like a princess on both of my wedding days. The sangeet and reception took place at the Meridian Banquet Hall and Mr. Ranjit Dhanju and his staff provided us with great service and fantastic food.  My vision for the reception was to have bright colors with a touch of elegance that would put a smile on the faces of our guests when they came in and Vonny’s Floral & Bridal our decorator fulfilled that vision. Our photographers Michael and Haley Shandro did a fantastic job capturing all of our intimate moments as well as how the two cultures blended so well together. Michael and Haley took some amazing pictures that my husband and I will cherish for many years.

If you missed any of the shots of their Sangeet, Mehndi, or either ceremony you can see them here, here, and here. Thanks a million to Shandro Photo for sharing these lovely images with our community. Congrats Param and Ronnie!