San Diego Wedding Ceremony (Part 3 of 4)

December 4th, 2015

According to Aishya's parents, she always dreamed of having her wedding at the house and parents were very happy with that.  Nikki and Madiha loved the grounds of their vast property at the site visit and decided to put the mandap in front of the old established tree with the beautiful orange grove as a backdrop. The mandap furniture was carefully selected and matching ghost chairs in amber were placed in a semi circle so all guests could have a clear view of the ceremony.  The bride had requested very elegant scrolls for programs in ivory and gold that were placed on each chair along with some savory snacks.  Since the client's property sits on a five acre lot and has a long driveway, it made for a long baraat procession with a drone capturing images from above! Guests were served cold lemonade upon arrival at the front of the property and made their way to the ceremony area.  The bride walked down the aisle accompanied by her father.  The pandit performed the ceremony explaining each step and kept the guests entertained with anecdotes.  The ceremony ended with the couple being showered amidst tons of rose petals and left in a vintage Franklin.  Guests were served pink champagne upon departure and headed for the golf club to attend the couple's reception. Thanks for reading our blog, and stay tuned for part 4 next week! Have an Exquisite weekend! Exquisite Events Indian Wedding Ceremony Exquisite Events Indian Wedding Ceremony Exquisite Events Indian Wedding Ceremony_0008 Exquisite Events Indian Wedding CeremonyExquisite Events Indian Wedding Ceremony Exquisite Events Indian Wedding CeremonyExquisite Events Indian Wedding CeremonyExquisite Events Indian Wedding Ceremony Exquisite Events Indian Wedding Ceremony Exquisite Events Indian Wedding Ceremony Exquisite Events Indian Wedding CeremonyExquisite Events Indian Wedding CeremonyExquisite Events Indian Wedding Ceremony_0005Exquisite Events Indian Wedding Ceremony Exquisite Events Indian Wedding CeremonyExquisite Events Indian Wedding CeremonyExquisite Events Indian Wedding CeremonyExquisite Events Indian Wedding Ceremony Exquisite Events Indian Wedding Ceremony Exquisite Events Indian Wedding Ceremony Exquisite Events Indian Wedding Ceremony Exquisite Events Indian Wedding CeremonyExquisite Events Indian Wedding CeremonyExquisite Events Indian Wedding Ceremony Exquisite Events Indian Wedding Ceremony Exquisite Events Indian Wedding CeremonyExquisite Events Indian Wedding CeremonyExquisite Events Indian Wedding Ceremony Exquisite Events Indian Wedding Ceremony Exquisite Events Indian Wedding Ceremony Exquisite Events Indian Wedding Ceremony Exquisite Events Indian Wedding Ceremony

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