Sandeep and Neha followed the mantra of ‘Less is More’ and their wedding turned out to be exceptionally beautiful. The couple tied the knot at the very famous Iskon Temple in a traditional Maharashtrian way.
The bride and groom stayed true to their community and were at their ethnic best with their attires. The bride’s outfit was a traditional fushcia and marigold silk saree with a woven zari border, accessorized by her beautiful bridal mehendi, customary gold jewellery, the nath and the mundavalya. Neha looked every bit like a royal Maratha Princess. The groom chose a rather simple avatar with a classic white kurta pyjama with minimal yet elegant details and gave the outfit a traditional twist by wearing a Gandhi topi. The entire wedding was infused with auspicious ceremonies and warm moments. Great way to keep a wedding simple and sweet! Take away from this one album shot perfectly by Photolicious Studio Works - when planning your own wedding, consider a regional, traditional approach to making your special day, extra special and to create memories that will last for generations to come.
Let’s move on to see how this big day unfolded.