Kamini and Glen’s wedding combined traditional elements with modern elegance and the results were absolutely gorgeous. Coordinated with the talented team at A Lush Affair and set at the picturesque Fermenting Cellar, the couple’s big day was nothing short of memorable. Thankfully the talented lens of Mango Studios were on hand to capture each delightful moment.

Kamini wore a traditional Sabyasachi lengha in blush pink with silver and gold metallic accents while Glen opted for a classic Navy suit. Together? Picture perfect.

The couple’s first look was fun and romantic, which perfectly defines not only their photo session, but also their relationship.

The ceremony, conducted by Sarahmonies, itself was a beautiful fusion of traditions: first, the couple had a westernized vow exchange, followed by a more traditional flower garland exchange as per the traditions of Kamini’s South Asian background.

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Kamini and Glen worked closely with Sara from Sara Baig Designs to come up with an exotic and vibrant palette; featuring burgundy, coral, teal and gold jewel tones, and punctuated with metallic and blush accents, the reception oozed a luxurious and moody vibe. Romantic candlelight and stunning stationery from Paper & Poste incorporated traditional Indian elements to complement the rest of the gorgeous decor and design.

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Images Life Media captures a lovely wedding film of this couple’s stunning big day!