For her wedding reception, Ramya knew that she did not want to overwhelm the gorgeous venue of Gardens at Elm Bank. The gardens and buildings of the venue is home of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society and the perfect property for those that love the outdoors. The bride and groom cruised to their party atop a classical car, showing up in class! Alankar Event/ Wedding Planners & Decorators ensured that the perfect amount of pizazz was to be incorporated in the venue decor and added silk drapings to the ceiling tops. CJC Event Lighting lit up the venue with a tapestry of wall designs which was the perfect decor addition to the auspicious quarters. Guests dined on both Indian and American cuisine from Catering to You. After guests dined on delectable, gourmet dessert from Konditor Meister (can you say yum!) they hit the dance floor orchestrated by Boston Sound and Light. The groom had his own special show by playing the dhol and rallying up the crowd! We have a treasure cove of images in the gallery captured by Irena Mandel Photography!

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Cinematographer: Pirates Lane Video | Dj & Entertainment: Boston Sound and Light | Hair & Makeup: Glow by Herneet | Lighting: CJC Event Lighting | Registry: Zola | Rentals: Peterson's Rentals | Tuxedos: The Black Tux | Venue: Gardens at Elm Bank | Photographer: Irena Mandel Photography | Bridal Fashions: Classic Silks