THE BRIDAL AFFAIR INDIA BLOG
Welcome to the real wedding of Sanaya and Sneh who went from being college sweethearts to partners for life. A coming together of cultures at a picturesque destination, this wedding was one we’d not want to miss. Like the bride says, “All in all it was like a rocking party that no one wanted to leave!”
Sanaya says, “We’ve been high school sweethearts and attended the same classes be it for tuitions, college or school activities! Once college was done, we stayed in different cities yet our bond only grew stronger and each visit was a celebration of love!. Coming from two diverse communities: Parsi and Gujarati, we were ready to battle out all social issues but to our surprise, our parents were very graceful n chose our happiness over everything else which we till date respect and admire! Like one says, when its true love, fate carves a smooth path for the journey.”
Holiday Inn Goa was the venue that hosted this couple’s fiesta. The bride exclaims, “Our wedding marked a beautiful blend of Gujarati and Parsi cultures and our vision was to make it as entertaining, engaging and exciting as possible for both the families as well as our guests. We chose Goa as a destination as it has a fun vibe and it would ensure that the guests wouldn’t be bored!”
“Right from the decor, to the beach backdrop to the pool carnival, our wedding truly came across as a celebration of our love! We had kept the functions colour coordinated and our guests were more than delighted to follow the wardrobe planner. Interestingly, we didn’t have a formal bidaai ceremony as well, as our parents believe that one should go to their in-laws home with a smile.”
An Oh-So-Stunning Pre-Wedding Shoot
A Fun-Filled Haldi
A Pastel Mehendi
An English Engagement
A Stunning Day Wedding
A Fun Brunch
The Wedding Makers
Make Up Artist: Anu Makwana |Hairstylist: Anu Makwana | Venue: Holiday Inn Goa | Décor: Siddhivinayak (Goa) | Wedding Planner: The Factory |Photography: Maulik Patel of Studio Be Unique | Videography: Dushyant Gadara
My bridal outfit was ivory in color with gorgeous, pink, green, and blue thread work. I took and a peach pearl dupatta for contrast. Since, I always wanted to go for a pastel hue, I got my outfit made from Chamee and Palak. My jewellery was from Raabta by Rahul.
The Grooms outfit was from TISA. His shade was also ivory to match the bride along with a light peach shawl.