Robles Video Productions never ceases to please our South Asian wedding lovin' hearts with their phenomenal videography work, and this second film of the day is a captivating clarification of why that is. This Sri Lanken wedding event, planned by Touch of Gold Events, features an elegant and spellbinding, outdoor ceremony at the The Ritz-Carlton Marina del Rey, with divine floral and decor details by Nisie's Enchanted and a traditional troupe of dancers preceding the bride down the aisle. The bride, Cheryl, will take your breath away in her blanc on blanc look. From her stunning white bridal sari and her brilliantly sparkling jewels to her bouquet of ivory roses and alabaster and blush-colored orchids. Her hubby-to-be, Michael, is a dashing Prince in his handsomely tailored black tux, too! We couldn't get enough of the heartfelt words spoken by the Maharani's father during his toast, that truly set a loving tone throughout the film. Don't wait a second longer to revel in this remarkably cinematic little gem!
The bride, on her wedding style:
"We wanted our dream wedding to have a whimsical feeling to it. Incorporating blush and some deeper pinks and golds into our decor was something I wanted because I love those colors both individually and together and wanted to create a magical but also classic and elegant event. The florals and lighting were a huge part of creating this vibe."
On what she enjoyed most about planning her dream wedding:
"The best part was seeing everything come together on my wedding day. The ceremony site at the Ritz Carlton outdoor rose garden was gorgeous and just how I envisioned it with the Poruwa beautifully decorated and adorned with cream, blush and other pink hues. Also, when I walked into the grand ballroom I was beyond excited and happy with all the elements that came together so beautifully. The florals were on point and the floral manzanita tree table centerpieces were a highlight."
On her bridal fashions:
"Both the ivory bridal saree and red and gold going-away lengha were custom-made in India. LOVED my outfits!"
On honoring her and her husband's culture:
"Since my hubby and I are both Sri Lankan it was important for us to have the Sri Lankan marriage ceremony. The Poruwa ceremony is the traditional Sri Lankan wedding ceremony and it was an important aspect of our special day. It represents the Sinhalese custom of marriage and is an enduring tradition which honors the sanctity of marriage and preserves our culture and heritage. The ceremony site was adorned beautifully and came to life just as I had envisioned."
Sit tight, dolls! We still have one more incredible highlight reel on its way. Don't miss out!