What's an Indian ceremony without a fashion runway?! The great Suhaag Garden designs a vibrant mandap for Kena and Will for their fusion affair at the Pueblo Convention Center in Colorado! Bright orange and red fabrics of sheer persuasion frame the altar, filling it with romance and flare! To turn things up a floral notch, extravagantly designed bouquets of orange, pale pink, yellow and white roses dazzle the senses! Jared Wilson Photography captures all the heartfelt moments and rituals as this dashing duo embarks on their wedded journey to everlasting bliss! What a stunning event, thanks to the planning genius of Pawar Inc.! Check out more matrimonial highlights in the gallery!

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From the bride, on the wedding style:

"I knew I wanted my wedding to hold true to many of the Indian traditions I grew up with but still incorporate some of the elements Will and I wanted. I wasn't sure where to start but once I found a wedding planner, Amen of Pawar Inc., she was able to lead the way. I knew I wanted a less is more approach and for things to feel elegant and simple. We talked over a few color palette options and finally found one that was bright and colorful with a slight twist on traditional Indian colors."

On her favorite part of planning:

"As most brides would agree, the process had many ups and downs but my favorite part was seeing it all come together. There were so many moving parts that are difficult to envision as a whole however on the day everything fell into place. I can truly say I had my fairytale wedding that I will remember forever."

On a special moment:

"Looking back I still remember after our welcome dinner was over, Will and I had to say goodnight to each other before our big day. We shared a quick few words and he went one way and I went the other both knowing that the next day would be one of the most important and special of our lives. A quick glance back at each other solidified the unspoken excitement we both felt. I'll never forget that look on his face!"

On family and friends helping:

"Indian weddings are really a time to bring family and friends together. Its one of the things I love about the process.  Without the help of all of these people the wedding would not have been possible. My parents were involved in every step of the way and also many family and friends jumped in wherever necessary. Everyone was more then happy to do whatever they could to make the event perfect."

The reception celebration is coming right up!

Catering: Chowpatty Catering | Photography: Jared Wilson Photography | Venue: Pueblo Convention Center | Hair & Makeup: Yasmin Hetherington | Cakes & Treats: The Pinery | Mehndi Artist: Jiji Gopalakrishnan | DJ & Entertainment: DJ Dispal Singh