Posted on August 18th, 2014 in Weddings

I really enjoyed working with the groom’s mother, Ranjan, to plan this fabulous Sangeet, Wedding and Reception at Anderson Country Club! A big thanks to the vendors who made this event amazing:  Royal Creations, Atmospheres Indy, Loumar Studios, Bollywood Dance Indianapolis, Linen Hero, Manjit Trehan, Amazing Grace’s Cakes & More, and Bhasker Jani.

001 002 003 004 005

Patel Sangeet, Wedding & Reception @ Anderson Country Club

Patel Sangeet, Wedding & Reception @ Anderson Country Club

Posted on October 15th, 2012 in Weddings

Enjoying the amazing photos of the Sangeet & Puja taken by Nathaniel Edmunds… can’t wait until Wedding photos are released!

Posted on September 22nd, 2012 in Weddings

Sonal and Vishal were married inside the exquisite Grand Hall at the Historic Union Station. Mayil Mandaps was honored to decorate the marriage stage. Sonal selected gorgeous colors that really made an impact on the space. Avirani Photography and Delack Media Group were there to capture the occasion.

Posted on June 1st, 2012 in Weddings

Congratulations to June & Girish! It was such a pleasure decorating for your wedding! Check out the photos at:

Posted on September 20th, 2008 in Weddings

Photo Credit: Turtle Pond Photography

Post provided by videographer, Bob Ridge of Indy Visual

Jennifer & Girish’s wedding weekend was an impressive multi-day affair, starting with Thursday night’s Mailanchi ceremony, when Jennifer and the rest of the gals had intricate henna tattoos applied to them before enjoying a huge Indian feast. The bride surprised her mom during Saturday morning’s preparations by revealing a long chapel-length veil that her mom really loved. Jennifer had to hide briefly when Girish made a rare groom’s visit to the makeup chair for a quick touch-up. They finally had the chance to see each other at Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church before going outside for photos with Amanda & Nate Reynolds of Turtle Pond Photography. Right before the ceremony, Jennifer surprised Girish with a beautiful poem that she had written and framed.

After the Catholic ceremony, everyone headed to the chic Renaissance Hotel for yet another ceremony, this time in the beautiful Hindu tradition. The Mandap stage was a spectacular focal point of the ballroom, decorated with careful detail and adorned with flowers by McNamara. Following the ceremony, some formalities and dinner, the couple was reintroduced for a traditional first dance capped with a surprising touch of Bollywood. Also unexpected was a poignantly choreographed father-daughter dance. Jennifer, now owner of Passionate Peacock Event Planning, did a tremendous job of putting the many details and surprises of this huge weekend together, with help from family and friends as well as Adrienne Henn of Eventful Planning.

Here is a Video Montage and Photo Slideshow of the festivities and ceremonies.