We love Indian weddings that are full of pomp and flair and Roshni and Karan’s celebration at the Hilton Orange County/Costa Mesa didn't miss a beat. Karan’s baraat ceremony was led by Synx Events who ensured that every family member was dancing the whole entire time while making their grand entrance! We love Indian weddings, but we love a great wedding party! Roshni had the most charming of brides and as we swept through some of our favorites down below; we can't help but to keep a smile off our face. Roshni was not just another traditional Indian bride; she ensured that her wedding attire and jewelry were blended with sophistication. The bride and her parents drifted down the aisle to a gold and red mandap with floral embellishments designed by Synx Events. One of my favorite decor items was the Queen chairs, upholstered in luxurious tufted white velvet and gold leaf frames. We have all the wonderful memories tucked away in our gallery captured by Andy Shah Photography.

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We have one last stop for the royal Indian reception party!

Photography: Andy Shah Photography | Photo Booths: Andy Shah Photography | Hair & Makeup: Dreavmakeup | Venue (Sangeet): Amaya Restaurant & Banquet Hall | Venue (Ceremony & Reception): Hilton Orange County/Costa Mesa