The Kukoo G. Singh Baraat Band is bringing the noise to the Dolce Hayes Mansion in San Jose, California, where today's Indian fusion affair is getting ready to go down! Raja Tushar is riding over to the outdoor ceremony on a traditional white steed, supplied by the folks at Vintage Carriage Company, and the sights and sounds of his baraat were the perfect way to set the tone for the day's events. This fusion wedding ceremony blended elements from the groom's Hindu faith, western wedding details and a mini-tea ceremony to honor the newlyweds' parents and the bride's Chinese culture. It's all simply breathtaking, and the images that Wedding Documentary Photo + Cinema captured highlight it all just beautifully. The decor was light and airy, and the floral details brought in by Nicole Ha Designs added the perfect touch of romance to the event — the bride and groom delivered the rest! We'll be up to our ears in the spectacular reception happenings from this incredible affair planned and designed by Amazáe Events when I return. While you're waiting, make sure to visit the complete gallery for even more baraat and ceremony highlights from this fusion fairy tale!
Maharani Angela, on her and Tushar's fusion wedding ceremony:
"At the ceremony, we started with the baraat, followed by a Hindu ceremony, followed by a mini tea ceremony for just our parents, and finishing with a western ceremony where we were joined by our bridesmaids, groomsmen, and groomswoman. My roommate Saeeda officiated the western wedding."
Don't move a muscle, my friends! Post-ceremony perfection from Angela and Tushar's beautifully blended event are right around the corner!