Every now and then when an Indian wedding event by the talented staff of Elegant Affairs Inc. lands on our desk, our inner bride screams with glee. After all, we are in the wedding business and glossing over wedding lenghas, kundan jewelry and gorgeous mandaps are all in a day’s work! Devi and Nishant’s love tale is brimming with all sorts of amor and when the bride gushed out all the details; our hearts were overflowing with joy. The lovely couple met a party in Boston and were set up by their friends. After Devi’s first date with Nishant, well here we are unveiling all the details of their lavish wedding! Not to miss a single moment of her event, the bride brought on elite photographer Damion Edwards Photography & Cinematography to help capture her big day which began with a serious glam session with Karuna Chani of KC Makeup by Karun Chani. The natural bridal ensemble would have to be an exclusive Sabyasachi that boasted the most luxurious designs and was beyond flattering on our bride. After the silky dupatta was put in place it was time to wow her guests. We have a sneak peek of the wedding in our gallery for your perusal. As a bonus treat the bride reveals all to Maharani Weddings down below.
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We had been dating for almost four years at this point. Nish had told me that his work was having Spring Gala event on Friday March 4th. Being a medical student busy in rotations, I jumped at the opportunity to get all dressed up! We met by the Boston Commons to head over to the event together and as we walked through the park, it began to snow! It was beautiful. I then realized that the path and the gazebo were all lit up beautifully with candles. Before I could process any of it, Nish was down on one knee asking me to marry him. Obviously I said "Yes, of course!"
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
There were so many! I remember hanging out with my bridesmaids before I walked up to the mandap and thinking of how I never wanted the moments to end. I remember hearing Nish's vows and just feeling like the luckiest person in the world.
For events other than your ceremony, please tell us as much as you would like about the decor, style, dances, and all the special details.
We wanted our sangeet to be fun, whimsical, and energetic. We wanted bright colors, fun performances, and lots of dancing. For the ceremony, I wanted it to feel like we were in an ethereal spring garden with lots of blush tones and pretty pinks. The reception was all cherry blossoms everywhere and it felt like a fairytale!
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Try not to let all of the family drama get to you during the planning process. Weddings can be really stressful, but remember that when it's over the marriage is what really matters- and if you're lucky you'll have that forever.
The reception, which we have coming up soon, highlights delectable cuisine from Sukhadia Caterers. See your right back!