We fell in love with this couple and were honored to be entrusted to bring their vision of a cross cultural celebration of love to life. Their wedding weekend started off with a traditional Mehndi party for the women at the Main House. The house was more colorful than it has ever been, adorned with each of saris hanging amidst the living room and each of the women's hands beautifully decorated in vibrant henna. At the event hall, the atmosphere of their celebration continued. With a neutral color palette of cream and gold, with bright pops of turquoise, we were able to capture the essence of their respective cultures. Carmen's vision was to incorporate traditional Indian flower curtains, which was brought to life thanks to the The Bloom Bar in San Marcos. The existing aromatic jasmine vines behind the alter enhanced the natural beauty of the space and filled the air with a sweet fragrance, setting the tone for their heartfelt matrimony. Once Carmen and Dinesh had said their "I Do's," the guests were welcomed into the event hall by the festivous melodies from Music Capital Mariachi out of San Antonio. The venue was set up in a family style manner, adorned with delicate Papel Picados hanging from each rafter, and vintage goblets set at each place setting. The couple had hand selected their favorite confections from each of their cultures as favors for guests to take home. Dessert consisted of delectable, vegan cupcakes from Skull and Cake Bones out of Austin, which were each decorated with mini flags that represented multiple flavors and depicted important times in their lives together, such as colleges attended and places where they have lived. All of the incredibly thoughtful touches this couple had selected for their celebration really made this affair a personalized fusion of two cultures. Many thanks to Sweetleaf Photography for capturing this marvelous occasion!
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