Meet Peter and Avni, our amazing couple in today's wedding story. Peter and Avni had the task of bringing two different cultures together in a weekend packed of music and dance. It was apparently in their timeline creation that while two worlds apart, each of them had their own distinct taste in music, which often set the climate of each event. And with the help of our sister company, Boston Sound and Light Company, we tackled this wedding in an absolute symphony.
This wedding was hosted at the newly renovated Boston Burlington Marriott hotel. Check out this amazing decor from Alankar Decor and Planners for the sangeet.
DJ Yogz and DJ Dee from Boston Sound and Light Company introducing the bride and groom into their sangeet.
DJ Yogz got interactive and showed everybody how to do a round of garba.
And then we danced the night away.
The next morning, the bride and groom's outfits were neatly pressed.
Doesn't the bride look stunning here in her traditional red lengha?
Soon after the first look, Peter made his way with his sister to begin the baraat.
And BSL had its custom Baraat SUV leading the way.
We make our way into the ceremony where Pandit Mahesh Shelat led the charge.
After the Indian ceremony, we preceded to the American ceremony, but not before an outfit change.
Here comes the bride...
And just like that they are married.
Check out this gorgeous reception setup from Alankar Decor.
DJ Yogz doing his part to hype up the introductions.
The cake cutting couldn't have been any sweeter.
And then BSL took over and the guests danced the night away.
Thank you to our amazing vendors for making this as fun as it was:
VENUE: Boston Marriott Burlington
WEDDING PLANNING: Mint to Be Events
DJ/LIGHTING: Boston Sound and Light Company
DÉCOR: Alankar Décors
FLORALS: Pondview Florist
PHOTOGRAPHY: Fern & Feather Studio
INDIAN CATERING: BAPS Shayona
HAIR/MAKEUP: Flawless Creations by Vidhi
HAIR/MAKEUP Makeup by Khushboo
INDIAN PRIEST: Mahesh Shelat
AMERICAN PASTOR: Stephanie Salinas
Thank you Fern & Feather Studio for the amazing pics for use in our blog: