It was Mala and Jason’s chemistry and the blend of a myriad beautiful elements that had us singing “all about that bass grace”. Bridal Arts and Events designed the multiple-event fusion wedding. Ajit Singh Photography brought the tasteful wedding to life, spending ample time capturing candid moments as well as choreographed portraits. We could really use some Bollywood lessons from Jason’s family, who seemed like they thoroughly enjoyed during the Baraat orchestrated by Horse Calibre Farm. Speaking of the Baraat, Jason entered on a horse wearing a sheen cream sherwani, embellished with blingy buttons and an embroidered gold collar. Mala looked like a true Maharani in her ostentatious gold and pink lehenga, paired with an exquisite necklace set and a chand bali maang tikka. Exclusive Events NY set up a distinctive mandap at the Hyatt Regency Greenwich, using just drapes and flowers. Gathered curtains in cream knotted at the centre with purple and pink blooms made for the pillars of the mandap, with an exaggerated draped dome ceiling. Bukhara Grill catered to the diverse palates of the guests with their fine, contemporary South Asian cuisine with a whiff of traditional Indian flavors. This delightful wedding wrapped up with a second contemporary ceremony and a reception. Browse through their gallery that features striking images at the scenic Hyatt Regency Greenwich.
Revel in Mala and Jason’s gorgeous Indian wedding gallery for now, because in the next post, we will walk you through every detail of their second ceremony and reception.
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