We wouldn’t be totally surprised if you confused this wedding with summer paradise! Hitasha & Kunal’s awe-inspiring wedding was an embodiment of understated elegance. A huge reason behind that was Rangoli Weddings and how excellently they translated Hitasha and Kunal’s tastes to the decor at the Addison Park, the ceremony venue. “I’m a big fan of whites and pink and wanted a lot of flowers, so that was our starting point,” Hitasha proclaimed. We couldn’t stop basking in the glory of the marquee-style mandap with blush pink lace and sheer white drapes, suspended from a circular floral wall. The aisle runner had an overlay of matching pink petals meticulously designed, with blooms in glass vases adorning the entrance of the aisle. Hitasha’s stunning prêt Anita Dongre ensemble featured a champagne chevron-print blouse and an intricate red lehenga, and she paired it with an Anita Dongre kundan jewelry set. “I loved that it was traditional, yet had the perfect feel for a modern bride,” she said about her look. Henna For All did Hitasha’s mehendi, and Bhargavi from Cinderella Bridez gussied up our Maharani, whose only request was “to look like (herself), but a better bridal version.” Kunal made for a gleaming groom in his thread-embroidered off white Sahil Arneja sherwani, and a custom-made safa and dupatta to match his ladylove’s outfit. “It’s something they don’t do often, so we were very grateful that they made this happen for us,” shared Hitasha. Few things are as divine as a wedding that photographs so perfectly, and NYNJ Photography absolutely nailed it with their neat shots and an imaginative vision in this gallery.
Watch this space for a full rundown on Hitasha & Kunal’s reception, where the star of the show was the ten tiered wedding cake baked by Hitasha herself! We will also bring you all the insider details from our quick exchange with Hitasha, in our next post!