You guys just didn’t plan our wedding, you made our dream come true.
That’s what the heartfelt note read sent by the Sanjana and Emerson to us. Despite orchestrating so many weddings, whenever we encounter such moments, our work starts looking meaningful.
“We want our love story to shine through the whole wedding arrangement and I need you guys to take care of it.”, Sanjana said when we asked how she wanted her wedding to look. Well, we can see their energy when they come to our office. Both Sanjana and Emerson wanted a simple, beautiful and yet aesthetic Indian wedding, radiating charm and tradition.
For Mehendi and Haldi function, Emerson, new to Indian culture, wanted a rooftop setting during sunset kind of vibe. That’s why we specified a palette of yellow and orange as vibrant colours made everything look so good. Sanjana also wanted the Haldi function like her mother’s intimate Haldi back in the day. Keeping her wish in mind, we borrowed some ideas from her mother’s function like traditional floor patterns and potted plants.
Both of them wanted to get married under an open sky, with complete freedom and nature as their witness. That’s why we chose Salarpuria Serenity, the rooftop of their home, as the wedding venue. We installed an open Pandaal on the lawn and decorated it with traditional drapes and flowers. We lined up the pathway to the mandap with Diyas which created a grand entry feeling. We can see Emerson’s face lit up when Sanjana walked down the flower-lined aisle on that day.
We couldn’t be happier being a part of their memories that last a lifetime.