My most memorable moment has to be walking down the aisle and looking at my future husband with his tearful eyes and thinking about the struggle we faced to be together.
Yes, we went to the Coastlands Hotel at Umhlanga and to the beautiful mother city Cape Town.
I was a typical Indian bride with a look inspired from one of the famous bollywood actresses, Sonam Kapoor.
Hair, make up and dressing: Amazing Grace by Dipti Nathoo
Mehndi: Bridal Mehndi by Narusha
Outfit: Aishwarya Design Studio (Mumbai, India)
Jewellery: Silver Queen (Mumbai, India)
DLI Hall (Greyville, Durban)
The scheduled facials with my beauty therapist was the most relaxing. I had this done ever twice before the wedding week.
During the wedding week I had a rejuvenating spa treatment done as well as my nails, lashes and waxing.
I had a mink, gold and white themed set up.
Decor : Spot On Events (Durban)
Food: Indian Delights - Vegetable Breyani and traditional Indian dessert (Soji) with Indian starters.
Flowers: Kogies Florist
The hall was fully draped with a tent style ceiling, open abstract stage set with orchids and mink colour washing lights. The tables were a variation of round and oval white tables with tall flower ball centre pieces. The chairs were Phoenix gold and full gold.
Traditional sweetmeat and beetlenut display was set up at the entrance of the hall.
The Groom wore a traditional attire which complementedy outfit.
Suit : Options (Mumbai, India)
Turban: Options (Mumbai, India)
Evaphoto has beautifully captured the special moments of our wedding ceremony as well as our pre-nuptials.
Wedding Food: Indian Delights
KG printers had printer customized water bottles.
Wedding invitations were printed and bought locally in India.