Our photographers , the amazing team at Fotowalle , had the hardest time finding us not laughing (a little too hard) at almost every moment and the pictures reflect that (including the pheras).
I wanted the decor to be fun and chic but most importantly not over the top and the decor team at Tivoli did just that for me. Our sangeet and cocktails were largely in a yellow and hot pink theme (including a wooden bar in yellow and pink) with the largest emphasis on marigold floral arrangements. The highlight of the wedding was that it was between these vintage trains that were decorated with fairy lights and I especially love the floral wall that we got ourselves on the stage with chandeliers on each side that lent it the perfect look.
I had the toughest time finding a wedding lehenga because I was very clear in my head as to how I did not want it to look. That made it easier to eliminate. I did not want to wear anything too traditional or overbearing or far detached from my personality. So when I finally saw a version of this Payal Singhal lehenga which I eventually got customised, it was love at first sight. I did not want to do a traditional two dupatta look cause it would cover the interesting details of the lehenga.