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Boston, MA Indian Fusion Wedding by Damion Edwards Photography

Organized and produced by the celebrated wedding planning firm Blueprint Occasions, the last event of Rebecca and Neil was nothing less but extraordinary! Today’s sweethearts held their glam bash in the fabulous Boston World Trade Center and Seaport Hotel and what a marvelous event it was thanks to the magic touch of Wedding Design! The creative team matched the couple's design dreams with a breathtaking white décor and curated the most beautiful and sophisticated centerpieces. The stellar moment for Rebecca and Neil arrived when they hit the dance floor and showed off their best moves to their loved ones and flaunted their glam western style outfits! Graceful and elegant, Rebecca chose a stunning white gown that she combined with her red bangles which helped her exude timeless femininity. Bukhara Grill brought a unique dining experience to the night with a fresh dinner that made everyone love the traditional flavors of India! Damion Edwards Photography & Cinematography captured the night atmosphere in a very natural way so do not wait any longer and head to the gallery to check the inspiring images.

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Neil and I met through a mutual friend in Boston, MA. We were in the same social circle and I was drawn to his ability to make me laugh and feel myself. It was the best first date (and last) I had had and I knew from the start that I would fall in love with him. 
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
It was a November morning in Boston, a slight drizzle and chill in the air. We were meeting friends for brunch in Harvard Square and would later spend the afternoon at his parents' house. After brunch, he took a detour to the Charles River and said let’s take a walk. I knew then that he was up to something as we generally walked along the river with our dog Otto, except that Otto wasn’t with us. He took my hand and we walked to the river bank where there were flower petals as he got down on one wet and muddy knee and I said “of course” to marrying my best friend. It was a private and intimate moment shared by the two of us. 
 
Tell us how you went about planning your wedding, and your overall experience with the Venues, Hair & Makeup, Outfits, Decor Theme, and all of the other important details.
We had fun with the planning process. With him being Indian and me not, we chose together with our families how we wanted to incorporate our family’s cultures into our wedding events. Neil and I had 2 things that we made sure would happen at our wedding: an outdoor wedding ceremony, and I would wear a traditional white American wedding dress for the reception. For everything else, we were open to help and suggestions from our families. We decided on having the wedding at the Seaport Hotel, with its lovely and diverse event spaces and convenient distance from the airport as my guests would be traveling from Minneapolis, MN. We brought our wedding palette colors to Ravi Verma at Wedding Design and he designed the most elegant decor themes with our fusion wedding in mind. My hair and makeup vendors were amazing! I wanted people with both experiences in American and Indian weddings. It was also important that they were easy to be around since I spent a lot of time getting ready with them for each event. At my hair trial with Stacey Kuehn, I showed her my outfits for each event and she created amazing hairstyles that completed each event’s look. My makeup artist, Jeremy Anaya, was able to easily go from light and natural to dramatic and daring. I trusted him to have fun with each event’s makeup look that complemented my outfits. 
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
Since I am not Indian I decided to wear a traditional red wedding lengha for our ceremony. With the help of Neil ’s family, I chose a gorgeous red velvet lengha with gold beadwork. I had decided to wear a traditional white American wedding gown for our evening reception. I went shopping with my mom and sisters and they helped me choose a fun and elegant Daalarna gown for our fusion reception. 
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our guests loved the fusion theme throughout our wedding weekend. We had traditional Indian events such as the Mehendi, Sangeet, and Baraat in addition to American wedding vows and some traditional Minnesotan foods. We wanted to have something new for all our guests to experience. 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Have fun with your wedding planning! Sit down with your husband-to-be and decide on the few things that are a must for each of you. With multi-cultural weddings get your families input. It’s a day that is dreamed about for each family and you want everyone’s values and traditions to be heard and honored. 
 

Wishing the happy couple a prosperous married life, we say goodbye but stop by tomorrow for more charming real-life fairytales!

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Photography: Damion Edwards Photography & Cinematography | Sangeet Venue: Boston World Trade Center and Seaport Hotel | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Boston World Trade Center and Seaport Hotel | Planning & Design: Blueprint Occasions | Floral & Decor: Wedding Design | Hair & Makeup: Stacey Kuehn | Catering: Bukhara Grill | Mehndi Venue: Belmont Country Club | Mehndi Artist: Smita’s Boutique | Catering - Mehndi: Masala Art | Cinematographer: Epic Filmmakers |


Boston, MA Indian Fusion Wedding by Damion Edwards Photography

The most important stage in Rebecca and Neil’s lives was about to start! But before that happened, the beautiful Rebecca started preparing “the wedding look” with the help of Stacey Kuehn! The bridal beauty expert gave our bride the Maharani flair to match the majestic deep red lehenga that displayed intricate and rich golden patterns! Undeniably classic and timeless, the all-white décor flooded the ceremonial spot with the marvelous floras and a spectacular long aisle runner that led to a dreamy ceremony stage! Wedding Design was behind the incredibly lovely design that festooned the Boston World Trade Center and Seaport Hotel and Blueprint Occasions teamed with the venue staff to translate the bride and groom’s wishes for their fusion ceremony that was fully captured by the lens of Damion Edwards Photography & Cinematography through a series of fine art photos! Check it out for yourself and head to the gallery for more!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Neil and I met through a mutual friend in Boston, MA. We were in the same social circle and I was drawn to his ability to make me laugh and feel myself. It was the best first date (and last) I had had and I knew from the start that I would fall in love with him. 
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
It was a November morning in Boston, a slight drizzle and chill in the air. We were meeting friends for brunch in Harvard Square and would later spend the afternoon at his parents' house. After brunch, he took a detour to the Charles River and said let’s take a walk. I knew then that he was up to something as we generally walked along the river with our dog Otto, except that Otto wasn’t with us. He took my hand and we walked to the river bank where there were flower petals as he got down on one wet and muddy knee and I said “of course” to marrying my best friend. It was a private and intimate moment shared by the two of us. 
 
Tell us how you went about planning your wedding, and your overall experience with the Venues, Hair & Makeup, Outfits, Decor Theme, and all of the other important details.
We had fun with the planning process. With him being Indian and me not, we chose together with our families how we wanted to incorporate our family’s cultures into our wedding events. Neil and I had 2 things that we made sure would happen at our wedding: an outdoor wedding ceremony, and I would wear a traditional white American wedding dress for the reception. For everything else, we were open to help and suggestions from our families. We decided on having the wedding at the Seaport Hotel, with its lovely and diverse event spaces and convenient distance from the airport as my guests would be traveling from Minneapolis, MN. We brought our wedding palette colors to Ravi Verma at Wedding Design and he designed the most elegant decor themes with our fusion wedding in mind. My hair and makeup vendors were amazing! I wanted people with both experiences in American and Indian weddings. It was also important that they were easy to be around since I spent a lot of time getting ready with them for each event. At my hair trial with Stacey Kuehn, I showed her my outfits for each event and she created amazing hairstyles that completed each event’s look. My makeup artist, Jeremy Anaya, was able to easily go from light and natural to dramatic and daring. I trusted him to have fun with each event’s makeup look that complemented my outfits. 
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
Since I am not Indian I decided to wear a traditional red wedding lengha for our ceremony. With the help of Neil ’s family, I chose a gorgeous red velvet lengha with gold beadwork. I had decided to wear a traditional white American wedding gown for our evening reception. I went shopping with my mom and sisters and they helped me choose a fun and elegant Daalarna gown for our fusion reception. 
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our guests loved the fusion theme throughout our wedding weekend. We had traditional Indian events such as the Mehendi, Sangeet, and Baraat in addition to American wedding vows and some traditional Minnesotan foods. We wanted to have something new for all our guests to experience. 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Have fun with your wedding planning! Sit down with your husband-to-be and decide on the few things that are a must for each of you. With multi-cultural weddings get your families input. It’s a day that is dreamed about for each family and you want everyone’s values and traditions to be heard and honored. 

Follow me and get a sneak peek of their big bash

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Sangeet Venue: Boston World Trade Center and Seaport Hotel | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Boston World Trade Center and Seaport Hotel | Planning & Design: Blueprint Occasions | Floral & Decor: Wedding Design | Hair & Makeup: Stacey Kuehn | Catering: Bukhara Grill | Mehndi Venue: Belmont Country Club | Mehndi Artist: Smita’s Boutique | Catering - Mehndi: Masala Art | Cinematographer: Epic Filmmakers |


Boston, MA Indian Fusion Wedding by Damion Edwards Photography

Happy Thursday loves! I am delighted to give you all the deets of the fusion nuptials of today’s lovebirds, Rebecca & Neil, who chose to hold a wedding weekend of celebrations in the heart of Boston. Blueprint Occasions designed all the splendor of their dream wedding flawlessly blending the groom’s Indian heritage and the bride’s Western culture! The wedding festivities began with a traditional Sangeet at the Boston World Trade Center and Seaport Hotel where Rebecca made her Maharani debut in a maroon lehenga beautifully embellished with floral pink embroidery and the charming groom went for a matching color sherwani! The interiors of the venue were decorated by Wedding Design who created a beautiful golden glittery environment that I’m sure it won the heart of the guests! Damion Edwards Photography & Cinematography’s expert eye put together an incredible visual work of art capturing the most precious moments of the bride and groom in a sunset photo shoot that certainly reflects the devotion of this sweet couple! Go to the gallery and enjoy the imagery now! 

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Neil and I met through a mutual friend in Boston, MA. We were in the same social circle and I was drawn to his ability to make me laugh and feel myself. It was the best first date (and last) I had had and I knew from the start that I would fall in love with him. 
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
It was a November morning in Boston, a slight drizzle and chill in the air. We were meeting friends for brunch in Harvard Square and would later spend the afternoon at his parents' house. After brunch, he took a detour to the Charles River and said let’s take a walk. I knew then that he was up to something as we generally walked along the river with our dog Otto, except that Otto wasn’t with us. He took my hand and we walked to the river bank where there were flower petals as he got down on one wet and muddy knee and I said “of course” to marrying my best friend. It was a private and intimate moment shared by the two of us. 
 
Tell us how you went about planning your wedding, and your overall experience with the Venues, Hair & Makeup, Outfits, Decor Theme, and all of the other important details.
We had fun with the planning process. With him being Indian and me not, we chose together with our families how we wanted to incorporate our family’s cultures into our wedding events. Neil and I had 2 things that we made sure would happen at our wedding: an outdoor wedding ceremony, and I would wear a traditional white American wedding dress for the reception. For everything else, we were open to help and suggestions from our families. We decided on having the wedding at the Seaport Hotel, with its lovely and diverse event spaces and convenient distance from the airport as my guests would be traveling from Minneapolis, MN. We brought our wedding palette colors to Ravi Verma at Wedding Design and he designed the most elegant decor themes with our fusion wedding in mind. My hair and makeup vendors were amazing! I wanted people with both experiences in American and Indian weddings. It was also important that they were easy to be around since I spent a lot of time getting ready with them for each event. At my hair trial with Stacey Kuehn, I showed her my outfits for each event and she created amazing hairstyles that completed each event’s look. My makeup artist, Jeremy Anaya, was able to easily go from light and natural to dramatic and daring. I trusted him to have fun with each event’s makeup look that complemented my outfits. 
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
Since I am not Indian I decided to wear a traditional red wedding lengha for our ceremony. With the help of Neil ’s family, I chose a gorgeous red velvet lengha with gold beadwork. I had decided to wear a traditional white American wedding gown for our evening reception. I went shopping with my mom and sisters and they helped me choose a fun and elegant Daalarna gown for our fusion reception. 
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our guests loved the fusion theme throughout our wedding weekend. We had traditional Indian events such as the Mehendi, Sangeet, and Baraat in addition to American wedding vows and some traditional Minnesotan foods. We wanted to have something new for all our guests to experience. 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Have fun with your wedding planning! Sit down with your husband-to-be and decide on the few things that are a must for each of you. With multi-cultural weddings get your families input. It’s a day that is dreamed about for each family and you want everyone’s values and traditions to be heard and honored. 
 

Join me to witness the majestic ceremony next!

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Photography: Damion Edwards Photography & Cinematography | Sangeet Venue: Boston World Trade Center and Seaport Hotel | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Boston World Trade Center and Seaport Hotel | Planning & Design: Blueprint Occasions | Floral & Decor: Wedding Design | Hair & Makeup: Stacey Kuehn | Catering: Bukhara Grill | Mehndi Venue: Belmont Country Club | Mehndi Artist: Smita’s Boutique | Catering - Mehndi: Masala Art | Cinematographer: Epic Filmmakers |


College Park, MD Indian Wedding by Asaad Images

Ankur and Chandni married at the place they met and fell in love eight years ago, the University of Maryland, their wedding celebrations were held on the very same location! The significant spot was the beautiful Hotel at The University of Maryland and no doubt it was the perfect spot to gather their friends and family for their special day! Liz Decorations designed the exceptional ceremony décor that consisted of an elegant round mandap festooned with gorgeous floral arrays and the lovely floating candles down the aisle provided extra light to the inviting ambiance! Ankur had an awe-inspiring entrance, looking ravishing in a floral lehenga design and a radiant makeup look by Makeup by Mala, meanwhile, Chandni picked a stunning sherwani for sporting out the royal look! Avec Lumiere Productions was the brilliant crew that turned each moment into a cinematic experience, giving the newlyweds the chance to remember each scene with affection for many years to come! Check out the snaps by Asaad Images that completed the footage in our full gallery!

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Do not forget to stop by for our following feature to see the fantastic reception of today’s lovebirds!

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Mehndi Artists: Bhavna’s Henna and Arts | DJ: M4U Events | Cinematography: Avec Lumiere Productions | Catering: Chowpatty Catering | Photography: Asaad Images | Garba Venue: Julia Bindeman Suburban Center | Ceremony & Reception Venue: The Hotel at The University of Maryland | Floral & Decor: Liz Decorations | Hair & Makeup: Makeup by Mala | Cake & Treats: Neelam at Sweetie Sweet Cupcakes |


New York, NY Sikh Wedding by Banga Studios

The gorgeous ceremony wrapped up with a fabulous reception at the elegant Elite Palace Queens where the new Mr. and Mrs. offered a big banquet served by Benares Restaurant & Catering to honor their special day! KM Events Management was the experienced wedding planning team responsible for organizing all the details and vendors, meanwhile, Florista Decor executed all the dramatic décor for the post-ceremony celebration! Ruby and Harman seated in a shiny sofa displayed in the most dreamy stage, that completely drenched with a luxe vibe. A beautiful floral arch and a majestic backdrop framed the images that Banga Studios captured of the newlyweds! The amazing music of DJ Raj Minocha enliven the night and allowed them to have the most magical first dance ever. So you could say that these newlyweds' big bash was a blast! See our complete gallery for a deeper look of the special day!

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See you tomorrow!

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Photography: Banga Studios | Catering: Benares Restaurant & Catering | Floral & Decor: Florista Decor | Sangeet Venue: Deewan Banquet | Ceremony Venue: Dashmesh Darbar | Ceremony Lunch Venue: Grand Marquis | Reception Venue: Elite Palace Queens | Planning & Design: KM Events Management | Hair & Makeup: Beauty By Tamanna | Catering: Moghul Caterers | DJ: DJ KSR | DJ: Platinum Booths - DJ Raj Minocha | Baraat: Platinum Booths - DJ Raj Minocha | Lightning: Platinum Booths - DJ Raj Minocha | Bridal Fashions (Sangeet): Anita Dongre | Bridal Fashion (Ceremony): Soltee by Sulakshana Monga | Bridal Fashion (Engagement and Mehndi): Nazranaa | Bridal Jewelry: Sona Jewelers | Groom Wear (Ceremony): Study By Janak | Cake & Treats: Palermo's | Cinematography: Cineverse Films Canada | Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling: Beauty By Tamanna | Mehndi Artist: Henna For All | Photo Booth: Platinum Booths - DJ Raj Minocha | Transportation: First Class Limousine | Travel Concierge: American Express Platinum Concierge | Tuxedo: Hugo Boss | Bridal Jewelry: Kirni Designs |


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