On the day of Chandni’s grand Fusion wedding that was hosted in her very own background, Avenue 42 was brought on to make our bride glowing with beauty. Our Maharani donned a traditional yet sassy red and gold lengha complete with all the gold trimmings. Chris showed up in true Indian fashion perched on a majestic horse from Smithfield Horse & Carriage for his baraat. The outdoor quarters were fashioned with a gleaming mandap that was gorgeously framed by the ethereal greens of the outdoors. The mandap was decorated in white draped fabric and red flowers were set up at the front of the property, and the bride’s brother drove a Rickshaw to escort her to the mandap, which was received with applause from the guests. After the beautiful ceremony and the release of hundreds of red balloons, guests dined on delectable Indian cuisine from Malabar before getting ready for the grand affair later on that night. We are so excited to share the live action by Stephanie Day Films once it lands on our desks! I honestly don’t know a better place to get married than your very own background and Don Mears Photography has brought all the magic to you at your fingertips with all the images you can find in the gallery.
We have the reception party coming right up!