Earlier I mentioned that this couple had the most ah - maz - ing wedding cake and I am sure that you guys are going to be in awe.  The bride’s cake towered four feet in the air, was adorned with gold leaf, crystals, and flowers, and was the perfect architectural mix of squares and rounds.  It was a wedding cake fit for a queen.  While this Indian wedding cake leaves me positively swooning, it was the grooms cake that really caught my eye.  Nick’s cake was a  map of the world, two large motorcycle helmets, and an action figure replica of the bride and groom.  The most adorable part being that I caught a peek at their engagement pictures {one of which I included below} on a motorcycle which is identical to the groom’s cake! Finished with some piping that read, "The World is Ours" it totally made my heart melt. It’s those types of personal touches that make your wedding unique and stand out from the crowd!  Bravo!

From Joann of Schwatz & Woodward :
For the reception Kanchan & Nick’s vision was to keep it modern with an Indian touch. They were inspired by a book of tropical florals from Thailand that florist John Friedman had showed them. Guests were greeted by two 8 ft tall ice curtains covered with plants. Guests feasted on over 15 passed hors d’oeuvres catered by Bombay Brasserie and had a green lit ice bar created by Ice Designs that featured the couples initials and fresh flowers up inside the bar. Their initials were carried out throughout the reception on the back wall, napkins, and the round menu cards placed under the glass bead chargers.
The custom round place cards were placed in custom gold frames with glass beads to hold them in place, another unique touch. Cocoamoda, Chef Ken Wilkenson created custom truffles with flavors of mango, cassis, ginger and strawberry. He and his staff personally plated 12 truffles per table for 76 tables. There were none left over!
The linens were ivory with a gold sequined pattern with gold chavari chairs. They had 4 different centerpieces to create interest throughout the ballroom. All were glass filled with vibrant oranges and yellows. The coral peonies were to die for. The designer had a truss that was raised above the white dance floor covered in orchids, truly breathtaking. We created a lounge area with ghost chairs and fun sequin disc linens made by Elegant Beginnings.
 The couple had two cakes designed by Who Made the Cake. It is a Southern tradition to have a groom’s cake which typically represents an interest of the groom. Nick’s cake was a map of the world with 2 large life size motorcycle helmets with small figures of the couple. The Brides cake was simple elegant! Several tiers tall with ivory luster, with gold accents and gumpaste flowers. Not only did it look spectacular but it tasted so good!
The guests danced the night away to BJ DJ after a delicious sit down family style dinner served by Bombay Brasserie. Narin and his team made sure that the food served hot and fresh. For Indian weddings if the food and drink are not good the wedding reception is not good! Everything was executed perfectly. At the end of the evening everyone grabbed handfuls of rose petals and tossed them with the couple holding each other in the middle of the dance floor. It doesn’t get any better than being surrounded by your family and friends. Each guest was given a lantern at the end of the evening as a favor with a note from the bride and groom.
Working with Kanchan, Nick and their families was an amazing experience. We keep in touch as they are planning to ride around the world on their motorcycles as displayed on the cake!
Congrats to the lovely couple and we will see you all tomorrow!