There is so much to love about today’s romantic multi-cultural Indian wedding captured by Ava Moore Photography, I just had to share both the rehearsal dinner and wedding! With bright color palettes, citrus details, and elegant florals, this wedding is the perfect blend of classic romantic and festive fun! I absolutely love how the bride converted one of her grandmother’s shawls into her wedding veil.
We knew that we wanted to get married outside near the water. The Ravenel Bridge in Charleston is a special place for us and made for a great background (especially at sunset). We wanted lots of color, especially for our rehearsal dinner, and our planners did a fantastic job incorporating flowers and greenery.
I wore my maternal grandmother’s wedding jewelry at my henna ceremony. I also had one of her old shawls made into my veil.
The ceremony itself was perfect, because it had been windy all day until right before the ceremony started. We also had a friend officiate the wedding which was very special.
The most important thing for us was throwing a great party! We had a lot of guests coming from out of town (and a few from out of the country) and wanted to make sure they all had a memorable trip.
By far though, the best part about the wedding was being surrounded by all of our friends and family who came in to celebrate with us.
Photography | Ava Moore Photography | Venue | Harborside East | Planning & Florals | A Charleston Bride | Cake | Delicious Desserts SC | Catering | Friends Farm and Catering | Rentals | 428 Main Vintage Rentals | Linens | Snyder Event Rentals | Lighting | AV Connections | Musicians | Classical Charleston | DJ | MXM Productions | Invitation | Pip Printing | Dress | Lela Rose from Kelly’s Closet | Shoes | Bella Belle Shoes | Bridesmaid Dresses | Joanna August | Hair & Makeup | Corner Head Shop