Beautiful Thailand Wedding With A Unique Mandap!
BY Latha Sunadh | 04 Apr, 2017 | 539 views | 3 min read
This couples cute little love story spans years- from being classmates to work mates and well, now life partners. This beautiful wedding ceremony in Thailand inspired us with its super unique mandap (so refreshing to see a non floral one) as well as the brides, vintage old world nose ring. Her parents chose the venue because it was inspired by a national epic- like the Ramayana and hoped their kids would script an epic love story of their own . Photography by Cupcake Productions !
Meet Tejshree & Revant
"From being bullied by Revanta in Junior and Middle school (Modernite brat that he was!) – to our parting ways in high school (when I moved to boarding school) - life brought us together only 10 years later. I joined the same law firm as him where we were re-introduced to each other by the HR Team – “Hi Revanta, its been a while!” is what I said. Revanta’s reply – “ Umm, How did you lose so much weight?! ( Men, I tell you!) A year goes by and all we share are hidden glances in the office corridors, a casual hello here and there. An impromptu trip to the dog shelter where I volunteer is where our journey of truly getting to know each other began. The friendship, the love, the differences, the similarities, the laughter, the trust, the silence, the madness – are all ingredients of our relationship. After Revanta proposed, so many people asked us – “ but how do you know that she / he is the one? “ We just smiled and replied – “ Trust the timing of your life “ Despite knowing each other since we were 5 years old, we only connected when the timing was right so many, many years later. When we were both ready to find our way to each other …when we were ready to write the next chapter of our story..together" explains Tejshree.
The WeddingFrom The Bride: "We had a small pre-wedding reception hosted in Delhi with an intimate close ceremony. The rest of the events have taken place in Hua Hin, Thailand. Our parents were inspired by the story of Ramayana, Ram and Sita and this one is called Ramakien and is the national epic of Thailand - that fit in very well with their vision. They thought it's a great story, one that help us as we script our own," adds Tejshree. Vendors: Venue: So - Sofitel, Hua Hin, Thailand Makeup: Puja Taluja Photographer & Cinematographer: Cupcake Productions Bride's Outfits: Mehendi & Sangeet outfit by Anju Modi ; Wedding lehenga by Sabyasachi Mukherjee Groom's Outfits: Wedding outfit by Manish Malhotra Invitations: The concept behind the card was my fathers, Mr. Rajiv Savara; Execution and Printing was by Aashim Bhasin of Dhruvco , New Delhi