How did you meet?
We met at work during the pandemic.
How did you get engaged?
We got engaged at the beach! We then had a coconut ceremony the next week.
Details of your day:
Our decorator, Nirali Decor, did a spectacular job. We had the barat in the morning followed by the Indian ceremony and an American ceremony in the evening. We had sage green and dusty rose as our colors and cheesesteaks and falafels for favors!
Why did you choose your venue?
Scotland Run Golf Club was so accommodating to our multicultural needs and it was beautiful.
What was your menu?
Our menu was amazing! Cocktail hour was incredible along with the reception. For reception we chose Monte Cristo, which is Chilean sea bass, surf and turf (crabcake and filet mignon), chicken piccata, and Indian cuisine, which included four dishes.
Tell us about your gown:
It had pockets! Also, The details were unique that the floral details were not flowers—they were more stemmed than other dresses I saw. I knew it was the one when I was grinning from ear to ear wearing it. As for my Indian dress, I loved the flowers on it and the color. It’s everything I envisioned for the Indian ceremony.
What was your favorite moment of your wedding day?
I loved walking out for a sneak peek (I found a balcony where I can see everything) during the barat and seeing my then soon-to-be husband having the time of his life with our friends and family. We loved our first look and seeing each other for the first time.
Did anything go wrong?
The things that went wrong—no one even knew about. Everything is always fixable.
First dance song:
“I Get to Love You,” by Ruelle.
Meet the Team
Photographer | Daniel Nydick Photography
Venue | Scotland Run Golf Club, Williamstown
Officiant | Andy Mahaney, The Wedding Pastor
Event Planner & Florals | Nirali Decor
Deejay | Chris Obando of SCE Event Group
Gown | Bridal Garden
Groom’s Suit | Men’s Wearhouse
Cake | Stella Baking Company
Videography | Oculr Media
Hair & Makeup | Hello Beautiful
Henna | Henna by Ash