We return back to Mansha and Gautam's destination Indian wedding with a modern Bollywood theme in mind. The bride channeled her inner Maharani donning a soft green lengha with all gold zardosi work highlighted with raw crystals and stones. Minimal gold jewelry was accessorized with this bridal gown for the maximum effect. The crowd found themselves on the outskirts of the Jhankar Garden where a priest was waiting to start the Indian wedding ceremony. The mandap was designed with minimal silk draperies in mind which were genius as who wouldn’t want to take in the architectural views of this sweeping country? I am so in love with Mansha's bridal gown and my favorite part of chatting with our brides is getting to know the story of how the "the one" was chosen. Bridal lengha, of course. "With the wedding outfit, I was adamant not to wear reds or pinks, I'd already worn a subtle and delicate peach lehenga for my engagement. So for me, it either had to be a light green/blue or a gold one. I picked gold and cream for the sangeet, so that left me with the latter. I wanted more color on the wedding day and gold, in my opinion, works better at night. After searching for months, I almost got my lehenga custom made from Anita Dongre (hands down my favorite designer) but when I tried on this seafoam stunner at Sabyasachi, I knew it was the one!" This palatial royal wedding captured by Beginnings For You was nothing short of cultural sophistication and I have a whole collection of photos waiting for you in the gallery!
One last stop with the reception party coming right up!
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