The groom's love of succulents was on full display, as they appeared in the centerpieces and on the floating pool displays. Table tops were fit with custom overlays showcasing the bride and groom's monogram.
On the night prior to the wedding, the bride and groom hosted a modern day Sangeet, where the bride and groom are formally introduced to their new family members. A mini-bazaar was set up, allowing guests to select scarves, jewels, and other accessories to wear for the event.
As is custom, the bride changed many times throughout the evening. She began in a white Western wedding gown before changing into a red and gold set for the Indian ceremony and, finally, a gold, ivory, and green Sari for her reception.
The ballroom at Mandarin Oriental was dressed in white silk drape, accented with hand crafted rose walls by Paper Flower Girls. The laser cut mandap was painted in ivory and gold, and the aisle was lined with hundreds of flowers.
The bride and groom provided each guests with Chinese take out boxed branded with their custom logo pattern and the Double Happiness symbol. The boxes were filled with sweet treats guests could enjoy between the American and Indian wedding ceremonies.
The two paper flower rose walls came together to create a dramatic backdrop to the couple's sweetheart table. A massive chandelier hung above, with a white chaise lounge and pinks florals coming together to create a romantic oasis for the two.
The master Pastry Chefs at the Mandarin Oriental outdid themselves with this over the top white and gold wedding cake. The flowers were hand crafted by sugar, and each crystal was placed to perfection.