A Three-Day Wedding Extravaganza: Vrinda & Deepon's Nuptial Bliss
As a wedding planner, every event is an opportunity to create a unique and memorable experience, and it was no different for Vrinda and Deepon's three-day wedding extravaganza. With Mint To Be Events at the helm, we embraced the challenge of blending North Indian and Bengali traditions to create a truly unforgettable celebration.
Please consider reading the entire blog featuring the amazing captures and images from Park Street Wedding studios. However, if you are eager like we are to see the celebrations in actions, please check out the trailer video from Park Street below.
Day 1: Mehendi and Haldi at Acton
The festivities commenced at the bride's house in Acton with a joyous Mehendi and Haldi ceremony. The air was filled with the scent of henna and turmeric, invoking a sense of nostalgia and anticipation. The bride glowed in her traditional attire, while the groom, with his Bengali roots, sported a radiant kurta. The day was filled with laughter, songs, and the vibrant colors of the Mehendi and Haldi, setting the tone for the events to come.
Day 2: Bollywood Comes to Cambridge
The second day of festivities saw the Royal Sonesta in Cambridge transformed into a Bollywood movie set. Mint To Be Events and Wedding Design and Decor worked tirelessly to bring the glitz and glamour of Bollywood to life. From the grand entrance reminiscent of a movie premiere to the dramatic lighting and larger-than-life posters of classic Bollywood films, every detail was on point. The energy was high as guests immersed themselves in the cinematic theme, dancing and reveling in the Bollywood-style celebration.
Day 3: A Wedding To Remember in Boston
The wedding day started with a lively Baraat on Boston's historic Arlington Street. DJ Yogz set the perfect upbeat tempo, leading the groom's procession with contagious energy. A highlight of the day was the groom, Deepon, crowd surfing at the intersection of Arlington and Bolyston—an unforgettable and joyous spectacle!
Breaking from serving "thandai" tradition, guests were treated to ice cream served by the groom himself at the end of the Baraat, a sweet and cool surprise on a warm summer day.
The festivities then transitioned to the ballroom for the Hindu ceremony. The bride and groom were repeatedly showered with petals—our first ever use of flower cannons at a Mint To Be event. The room was filled with a soft fragrance, and the newlyweds sat beneath a shower of petals, a truly magical sight to behold.
Post-ceremony, guests were treated to a delightful lunch, which set the stage for a relaxed and convivial cocktail hour. But the real surprise lay in wait. As the partition walls opened, guests beheld the grandeur put together by Wedding Design Decor and Boston Sound and Light Company. The ballroom, now transformed into a stunning dinner and dance reception, took everyone's breath away.
The evening ended with guests dancing the night away, their spirits high and hearts filled with joy. It was a perfect ending to a three-day celebration that was as unique and beautiful as the couple themselves.
As we look back on Vrinda and Deepon's wedding, we are reminded of the magic that love, tradition, and a little creativity can create. With Mint To Be Events, every wedding is a unique experience, a story waiting to be told, and Vrinda and Deepon's wedding was no exception.
Wedding Day Venue: @parkplazaboston
Sangeet Day Venue: @sonestaboston
Photo and Video: @parkstreetweddings
Bridal Party HMU: @edra_couture_bridal
Decor & Floral: @weddingdesginanddecor
Indian Catering: @masalaart