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A Fusion of Cultures: The American-Gujarati Wedding of Catherine and Mihir at Boston's State Room

There's something incredibly beautiful and inspiring about fusion weddings. As wedding planners at Mint To Be Events, we have the privilege of witnessing and orchestrating the union of not just two individuals, but two cultures, two traditions, and two families. Catherine and Mihir's wedding was one such magical event that blended the richness of Gujarati and American cultures into a seamless one-day celebration at Boston's iconic State Room.

A few stills from their Sangeet, Wedding Rehearsal

The Gujarati Hindu Ceremony

Captured by Yaritza Colon Photography

The day started off with a traditional Gujarati Hindu ceremony. The State Room was transformed into a vibrant setting reminiscent of Gujarat, with marigolds adorning the mandap and the air filled with the scent of incense. The ceremony was a beautiful tapestry of age-old rituals like the Kanyadaan, Mangal Phera, and Sindoor Daan, all performed under the watchful eyes of the family priest.

Catherine looked stunning in a traditional red and gold Gujarati saree, while Mihir complemented her perfectly in his opulent sherwani. The couple's respect and enthusiasm for these rituals was palpable, creating an atmosphere of reverence and joy.

Following the Hindu ceremony, the guests were treated to a cocktail hour which served as a transitional phase from the solemnity of the morning to the exuberance of the evening. The State Room's stunning panoramic views of Boston provided a mesmerizing backdrop as guests enjoyed an array of hors d'oeuvres and signature drinks. This was the perfect blend of the classic American cocktail hour with a twist of Indian spices in the mix.

As the sun set, the room was transformed once again for the dinner and dance reception. Boston Sound and Light Company took over, filling the State Room with music, laughter, and a lot of dancing. The dinner menu was a delightful mix of American and Gujarati cuisines, catering to the diverse palate of the guests.

Catherine and Mihir kicked off the dance floor with a beautifully choreographed first dance, followed by traditional Gujarati Garba and Dandiya Raas dances. The energy was infectious, and soon, all the guests were swaying to the music, the beats forming a perfect fusion of cultures.

Catherine and Mihir's wedding was a celebration of love, unity, and cultural fusion. The seamless blend of American and Gujarati traditions created an unforgettable experience for everyone present. It was a privilege for us at Mint To Be Events to have been a part of this beautiful journey.

A special thanks to Yaritza Colon for the amazing photographs and Films by Em for capturing the essence of this special day in a beautiful film. This wedding was a testament to the fact that love transcends all boundaries, and we couldn't be happier for Catherine and Mihir.

We wish Catherine and Mihir a lifetime of happiness and love. May their life together be as beautiful and vibrant as their wedding day!

About Mint To Be Events: We are a professional wedding planning service based in Boston, specializing in creating memorable and culturally diverse events. We believe that every wedding is unique, and we strive to provide our clients with a personalized experience that reflects their individuality and cultural background.

Bride: @kateclicquot

Groom: Mihir

Planning: @mint2bevents

Video: @films_by_em

Lighting: @designlightco

Decor: @oluxedesign

Indian Catering: @rasoirestaurantri

Draping: @anjupathak

Check out the gallery below for the full spread from our amazing friend and award winning photographer.


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