Welcome back to the Zhou B Art Center for the conclusion of this charming fusion Indian wedding! For the reception party, Virginia Wolff Inc. adorned the venue in lighted bulbs that hung from the ceiling of the ballroom while silver chairs glammed up the modern art room. Copious bouquets of fresh floral garnished the table tops and lighting from Art of Imagination bathed the room in an illuminated glow. However, it was Maharani Teja who took center stage of the room in an open back, laced infused white bridal gown with minimal jewelry, signifying her artistic side. The couple opted for doughnuts from the Doughnut Vault and dished out the delectable treats in a homemade doughnut stand hand built by Maharaja Joe’s father! No event would be complete without the fusion of cuisine and LM Catering and India House stepped up to the plate to feed hungry guests. My heart just sings with joy as the couple opted not to provide favors but to give guests a gift in a very unique way. The couple donated to Rasmi, a free residential school for underprivileged girls in Davangere, India. Neatly placed on paisley infused gold plates, was an adorable photo of the girls with smiles as bright as the moon. What a tender dedication! The couple infused both of their backgrounds into this gorgeous celebration that was both personal and unique planned to perfection by Simply Elegant Group. Head into the gallery to divulge in this love story caught on camera by Pat Furey Photography and check out the inspiring words for brides to be from Maharani Teja down below!
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Hire a planner if you can! You will not regret it! It makes narrowing down vendors and most importantly the day of the wedding so much less stressful. My planner was amazing and made sure that the day went smoothly. And when I had stressed out moments on the day of she even bought me champagne!
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
We had our mehndi party at my parents house and set up tents in the back yard. It was such a fun coming together of friends and families and our artists were going the entire time. The weather also cooperated and we had a warm and sunny day. We opted not to do a cake, and instead got donuts from the Doughnut Vault. They are the most amazing donuts we have ever tasted. We had only a handful left over at the end of the night! My father-in-law and husband hand built our donut stand. It was a hit!