Today’s fusion wedding blends in two very different backgrounds for one gorgeous union. Before entering the Haddonfield Methodist Church, the groomsmen arrived in style in a stretch ivory white, Maserati. Maharani Vincy entered the auspicious venue following a series of signs held by adorable family members. After the ceremony commenced, Anup’s family gave the new bride a raw silk sari in gorgeous shades of purple and gold. This special gift symbolized Vincy’s introduction into her new family and you can just feel the love radiate through the screen. After the ceremony at the church ended, the vivacious wedding party took it to the streets to take wedding portraits. Head into the gallery where Ron Soliman Photojournalism has curated the perfect set of wedding inspo photos and we cannot wait to view the live action captured by John Martin Productions.

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One last stop to The Crowne Plaza for the reception spearheaded by M4U Events. See you in a bit!

Photography: Ron Soliman Photojournalism | Cakes & Treats: AMR Catering | Catering: AMR Catering | Floral & Décor: JP Décor | Floral & Décor: Sam’s Flowers (Florist) | Hair & Makeup: Cinderella Brides -Senior Artist Erika Garcia | Planning & Design: Vincy (Bride) | Planning & Design: Susan and Aji George (Day of Coordination) | Venue: The Crowne Plaza (Reception) | Venue: Haddonfield Methodist Church (Ceremony)