Get your pinterest accounts ready Maharanis because this Texas Indian wedding deserves some serious pinning! I don’t think that there can be a dreamier than this glamorous entrance, and if you missed the earlier post today, make sure you scroll down to enjoy all every little tid bid of excitement we had over this red carpet.   Each detail was perfectly thought through and executed by Joann Woodward and her team at Schwartz & Woodward.  The bright green floral elephant, the orange and red rose kissing balls, and sparkling chandeliers set the mood for a sweet, romantic ceremony.  Luck for us Tomas Ramos Photography was on hand to capture it all, but the magic really happens for me in the last shot...I can feel the warmth and love in that hug!


More juicy details from Joann of Schwartz & Woodward:
A very traditional Punjabi Sikh ceremony was performed at the Gurudwara of Southwest Houston. The color palette was Orange, Gold and Reds. The photos speak for themselves! Large pots of red roses and burgundy peonies. Large arrangements topping the elephants that lined the red carpet as well as the couples initials that hung from the outdoor roof. We brought in large plants as a background and decorated event the top of the garbage cans. As guests went up the stairs each railing was covered in greenery and flowers tucked in between the garlands. Due to the fact that this was a Sikh wedding, guests are requested to sit on the floor. We designed large ottomans covered in fresh red and orange roses with a paisley design on the top with a large red stone that was taken from their save the dates. This was so much fun to design with the florist and see it literally come to life! Each railing was covered with roses which gave the room such a wonderful glow.
After the ceremony the couple road off in a trolley with their wedding party to attend the luncheon.The color palette for the luncheon was ivory, reds and golds. Custom linens with an embroidered pattern were the perfect setting for matching rose centerpieces. Custom designed cards were made for the family tables to reserve seating. Guests entered to find 2 life size ice lions before entering the ballroom.  A delicious luncheon was served with the highlight being the sizzling brownies! Guests were given embellished bags strung with pearls.  There was not a dry eye in the group as Kanchan said her goodbyes to her parents and drove off in a Rolls Royce.
Reception on the way...and, wait until you see this cake!  It's spectacular!