The big day embraced both cultures, flawlessly interlacing rituals in a tender and kind way. The bride and groom signed the Jewish prenuptial agreement or Ketubah indoors a 100-year old barn and afterward, a special Hindu/Jewish fusion ceremony took place facing a centennial majestic cork oak tree in the stunning meadows of Ru's Farm! The charming Chuppa/Mandap design was a work entrusted to Encore Event Rentals and Decor while the dazzling and bright blooms that embellished the ambiance, as well as the stunning orchid garlands, were provided by the renowned Poppystone Designs. Apollo Fotografie followed the couple around all day, capturing wonderful candid shots and the beauty of the picturesque location. The bridesmaids exuded heaps of style with custom-made coral and gold color anarkali suits that made the ladies shined out next to the newlyweds!  Peruse the result of this wonderful fusion union in our complete gallery!


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The memories of the reception are just around the corner.

Photography: Apollo Fotografie | Ceremony and Reception Venue: Ru's Farm | Decor: Encore Event Rentals and Decor | Floral: Poppystone Designs | Hair & Makeup: Brush Salon | Catering: Girl & The Fig | Bridal Fashion: Frontier Palace | Groom Fashion: Nordstrom | Cake & Treats: Moustache Baked Goods | Photo Booth: The Booth Bus | Rentals: Encore Events Rentals | Officiant: Rabbi Matt Eisenberg