Our groom, Patrick coordinated everything for his wedding from France, from where he is from. And our Gujarati bride, Sonia filled in all the blanks locally. When this beautiful couple reached out to Mint To Be Events, their primary concern was how two different cultures would come together. How the French would know what a Garba or a baraat was, and if the Gujaratis would find serenity in maybe, hmmm, a quiet dinner. What we tried to emphasize was that bread is bread, whether French bread or naan, it just depends on what you want to eat with it that is completely interchangeable. =)
This two day celebration was held at one of our favorite venues, the Boston Burlington Marriott.
The first night was the Garba celebration. Patrick looks every bit Gujarati here.
After a couple of poses at the swing, it was right into dancing.
We took a little break for dance performances and speeches.
DJ Dee and DJ Sidd from Boston Sound and Light Company rocked the sangeet getting everybody involved.
The next day Dholi Ravi was ready for the baraat.
As was the groom and his family.
Meanwhile, Vidhi from Flawless Creations was putting on the finishing touches on our bride.
It's time for the ceremony.
Check out this amazing lighting from Boston Sound and Light Company.
And they danced the night away....
This wedding would not have been possible without the help of the following key vendors:
VENUE: Burlington Marriott
WEDDING PLANNING: Mint to Be Events
DJ/LIGHTING: Boston Sound and Light Company
DÉCOR/FLORALS: Prasang Decorators
PHOTOGRAPHY/VIDEOGRAPHY: PTaufiq Photography
INDIAN CATERING: Gourmet India
HAIR/MAKEUP: Flawless Creations by Vidhi
BAARAT HORSE: Boston Bridal Carriage
CAKE: Konditor Meister