Naeha and Josh were planning a large wedding for May 2020 when Covid hit. They postponed their wedding once. They then decided to make the most of it and host their Indian Wedding Ceremony in October. The event was 20 of their closest family and friends. They hosted a beautiful breakfast followed by their wedding ceremony. After the ceremony, their guests enjoyed a beautiful Indian lunch. Blended Table prepared lunch using many of the bride’s family recipes. They plan to host a large reception event come this October with their original guest list. We can’t wait to apply this festive design to a large scale event. I am thrilled to be working with this couple to celebrate their one year anniversary of their Indian Wedding Ceremony.

For their design, we wanted to incorporate traditional Indian Wedding colors. We paired soft shades of gold and pink with the more vibrant tones to achieve a refined, romantic look. The couple felt their personal style was more modern than traditional. Because of that, we opted for modern place settings paired with lush florals.

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Photography – D’Arcy Bennincosa | Event Planning, Design, Floral – Rachael Ellen Events


An Indian Wedding Ceremony in October