Saturday mornings festivities started with getting ready with Katie and the girls and Vish and the guys. I love the deep, rich colors, jewelry and makeup that are involved. The Baraat is the arrival of the groom, and traditionally on an elephant or white horse. Well, when you have a Mazerati who needs a horse:-) Once Vish arrived, the Jaan is where Katie's family welcomes him before the ceremony. In Hindu weddings there are a lot of traditions that signify the importance of the marriage commitment. Their officiant did an amazing job of explaining what each of the elements signified, it was so interesting! Since Vish's family is Indian and Katie's family is America, we also did an entire American wedding that evening so that will be coming next!!
Venue | Grant Hyatt Tampa Bay | Coordination | Table 6 Productions | Decor | Mandap World | Florals | Botanica | Hair & Makeup | Michele Renee Hair & Makeup Group | Videography | VH Video | Chivari Chairs | Modern Day Events | Lighting | The Production Crew