Literally and thematically, Meet & Disha’s wedding bash reminded us that we are surrounded by holiday cheer! Preach Art brought this England and US long distance love story to life through a heartwarming wedding trailer, giving us insights into the how-we-met story through a tete-a-tete with the Meet and Disha. We learned through one of the conversations it was Meet’s British accent that when Disha heard over the phone, that made her go “oh boy…dang!” How cute! Their celebrations included a Garba, Sangeet, the ceremony, and reception. The pre-wedding events were like gorgeous Gujarati galas! For the Sangeet, Indian Cultural Center was festooned with colorful, ethnic umbrellas suspended from the ceiling, with splashes of colors because of the Dandiya sticks a
nd the outfits. The couple was dressed in pretty pastel ensembles, in hues of mint and blush pink. The ceremony exuded a festive vibe, with Disha in a traditional red lengha paired with an ornate green blouse, and Meet in a red and gold Sherwani pairing. We loved how Preach Art captured the joy on Meet’s face when he danced away during the Baraat orchestrated by JP Entertainment! Dharma Karma styled our Maharani’s hair in a sleek, pulled-back bun, gave her cheeks a rosy glow, and a bold red lip. The decor brought in a whiff of holiday merriment as well! Nirali Decor enveloped Luciens Manor with towering gathered pastel yellow drapes, and set up an exquisite muted yellow canopy-style mandap with crystal garlands and red flowers. The segue into the reception was creative brilliance by Preach Art, where a neon glow glass was attached to the camera lens, so it was like watching everyone dance through these funky glasses! It looked like the newly weds and their guests didn’t take their dancing shoes off even for a second, thanks to the beats by the DJs from JP Entertainment. Disha gleamed in a gold, stone-embroidered jacket worn over her gold lehenga. All the gold from the outfits, table linens, and the glint from the chandeliers were perfectly offset by the blue lighting in the ballroom at Luciens Manor. This delightful wedding trailer came to a close with a slow motion shot of the couple waltzing and looking so in love, we could cry!

You’ve got to hit play on one of the most romantic, and well-shot wedding trailers we have come across! For more such cinematic marvels, return to the blog tomorrow!

Hair & Makeup: Dharma Karma Salon | Photography: Preach Art | Cinematography: Preach Art | Venue (Sangeet): Indian Cultural Center | Venue: Luciens Manor | Floral & Decor: Nirali Decor | Draping & Styling: Nirali Decor | Catering: Rasoi | DJ: JP Entertainment | Baraat: JP Entertainment