Inter Cultural, Colourful Wedding Held at Crowne Plaza, Delhi
David and Trisha started dated just within a week of knowing each other. And that went on for the next two years! “Love at first mulakaat” kinda stories are so adorable. =)
Their wedding scene blew us away with all the colourful ambience and colourful smiles!
Look out for the fun and vibrant mehndi décor and how effortlessly David pulled of Indian wear. 😀
The Mehndi function was a colourful and vibrant affair with everyone having the time of their lives. Trisha looked stunning in a two-toned green lehenga with gold embroidery, accessorizing with matching green bangles, gold earrings and a maang-tikka. David looked no less dapper in a dark blue kurta set with a floral jacket.
The mehndi décor was fabulous. Strings of marigold, colourful indie-print umbrellas and bright pink drapes adorned the venue. The fun signboards and cycle-rickshaw prop added a quirky vibe.
The cocktail night fun-filled and formal with everyone dressed to their best. David stuck to his roots and wore a sharp black suit with a bow-tie while our lovely bride wore a deep green lehenga with gorgeous gold zardozi work.
Loved how David’s side of the fam embraced Indian roots and not only wore lehengas but also shook more than a leg to Bollywood numbers.
The wedding day arrived and contrary to popular notions, Trisha was a calm, no-fuss bride peacefully sipping on a glass of wine while she got her hair done.
She graced the occasion in an orange lehenga with heavy embroidery. She accessorized with stunning Kundan and pearl jewellery; but what stole the show was her multi-strand one-sided maatha-patti that doubled up as a statement maang-tikka.
Once again, David looked handsome carrying off a muted gold, printed sherwani with ease.
The wedding was a traditional, Indian affair and it seemed like the couple never looked happier.All the beautiful wedding moments were brillaintly captured by the team at Sharp Shooters.
Photographer: Sharp Shooters