I think this may be the definition of "dream scene"! With a romantic canopy of lights overhead, this country-chic venue sets the stage for a glowing reception filled with wildflowers and an abundance of charm. The sweet rosemary-clad place cards are such a fun touch; they are both elegant and unique and I give them five cheerful gold stars! I have no doubt guests will marvel at this twinkling soiree when they arrive from the garden ceremony. Marcel & Meher Photography has definitely whisked us away to a whimsical world of love and style and I am so happy to be in attendance. If you want more loveliness, Maharanis, check out the gallery!
From the bride: "The next challenge was figuring out how to incorporate the Indian elements into our Healdsburg wedding. Indian weddings were not Lukka and Amber's (Team Barndiva) bailiwick, but they were fantastic in working with us to make everything happen. They connected us with the city of Healdsburg so that we could do a Baraat, or groom's procession, around the Healdsburg plaza. The city actually shut down the streets and the entire wedding danced through Healdsburg up to Barndiva-- it was amazing. My brother-in-law performed the ceremony. He incorporated the main elements of the Hindu ceremony (with a few Jewish touches), but he did everything in English (and kept it short!). The mostly-Hindu ceremony took place under a "mandap" made of vines and flowers-- our florist Bonnie from Dragonfly Floral created that. Bryan's mom created the table signs and the flowers for the guest dinner tables-- and she used my mom's old sari scraps throughout. We loved how it all came together. For stationary, when we came across Invitations by Ajalon, we instantly knew that they were perfect. Their designs were simple and elegant, but best of all, they seemed to specialize in creating invitations and reflected a cultural hybrid. It was exactly the aesthetic Bryan and I wanted."
Come join the bride (whose still rocking that gorgeous henna by Mehndi Designer) and groom at their reception!