Good morning, Maharanis! We missed you so much during the weekend, but thankfully it is Monday again, and we are glad to have you back as we were dying to share a new love story with all of you! Today's feature follows the romantic journey through Vrutika & Tanay's wedding bliss. And right from the start, we have to say that this fabulous celebration is what all Maharanis dream about as everything was perfect beyond words! But there is no surprise here as Mint 2 Be Events was the mastermind behind all the planning and execution of this incredible event. And anytime this talented and highly experienced team is present, there is nothing else but perfection to be expected! Thankfully the good friends from PTaufiq Photography were there to capture all the beauty and amazingness surrounding this wedding affair, as words are not enough to describe how breathtaking everything was. One of our favorite moments was the outdoor ceremony hosted at the Searles Castle at Windham. The surroundings of this wedding venue, combined with the spectacular decor crafted by Alankar Decor And Events, became the perfect backdrop for Vrutika & Tanay to tie the knot. And if you thought that the scenery was already beautiful, wait to see the fascinating look of our gorgeous Maharani! She walked down the aisle to meet the love of her life looking like a vision of beauty after being pampered by Jeremy Anaya and South Shore Bridal Stylist. Hands down, this was a dreamy look for this ultra-special day! If you want to take a closer look at this dazzling wedding celebration, don't miss the full gallery that we have prepared for today. We are sure you will love every single image, not to mention that you will take tons of inspiring ideas to start planning your dream wedding.
How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Tanay and I were set up by a mutual friend. We went on a lovely date in the North End in Boston for some yummy pasta and the rest is history from there.
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We had a pretty busy summer in 2019. Tanay told me we were invited to a work gala in Seaport area in Boston, where he would be getting an award. Me being me, I bought a new dress. He convinced me to get my nails done and everything. The morning of the proposal we got into the uber and not going to lie it was kind of awkward because Tanay wasn’t talking at all (which is so not like him). We arrived a little early so we decided to take pictures by the harbor. We went to the ledge and next thing I know he’s down on one knee propsing.
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I knew I wanted my lehenga to be a shade of red but I went shopping with an open mind. From all the lehengas I tried on, I only LOVED two but could not decide between the two. I asked siri to flip a coin and that’s how I chose.
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The connections I made through planning and coordinating the events. I never knew I would be exposed to so many people with different ideas. Being part of facebook groups, forums, and websites, I met people that have become a powerful resource for event planning. Not to mention, all the vendors that made this wedding possible. Without this network, the wedding would not have turned out the way it did.
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
It would have to be the mix of the intimate crowd and our venue. Originally we planned to host our wedding at a hotel. However, due to the pandemic, we were forced to change our venue and cut our guest list. This was a blessing in disguise. All our guests enjoyed the intimacy. In addition, all of them mentioned at some point that they have never attended a wedding at a castle so this experience will be remembered forever.
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
It’s so hard to pick one specific moment because we were in love with our entire wedding!
What a lovely story, ladies! We hope to see you here tomorrow when we unveil a new wedding celebration.