Rupa and Pavan’s traditional Indian wedding was so incredibly vibrant and full of energy! The day started with a baraat, a parade of friends and family singing and dancing Pavan through downtown San Francisco to the Julia Morgan Ballroom. Rupa was stunning in her ruby-colored sari, and she glowed as she walked down the aisle. We especially loved their traditional first look and watching excitement build as they waited for the sheet to drop. Rupa and Pavan’s ceremony was a celebration of their cultural heritage, and we can’t wait to see what new traditions they’ll make together as newlyweds.
Photographers: Tony, Junshien; Junshien International Photographers
Ceremony/Reception Venue: Julia Morgan Ballroom
Caterers: El Tonayense; Curry Up Now; Moon Indian Cuisine
Mandap & Linens: Sekos Chair Covers
Florist: Nancy Liu Chin Designs
DJ & Lighting: Desi Productions
Serving Staff Vendor: 3-D Gourmet Catering
Makeup: Makeup by Asma
Mehendhi Artist: Henna & Beyond
Flipbook: A Little Scene Flipbooks
Every wedding day should seriously start with a parade of dancing and singing. It was amazing.
Instead of a single traditional floral centerpiece on all the tables, Rupa and Pavan chose a cluster of florals and candles on some tables and these striking gold manzanita trees on others.
2013 travel schedule
Kona, Hawaii: March 21-26
Seattle, Washington: June 9-12
Vancouver, Canada: Sept 13-19
Edmonton, Canada: Sept 19-23
NYC, New York: Sept 26-Oct 2
LA, California: Oct 17-21
Austin, Texas: Oct 26-29
Ho Chi Minh/Hanoi/Hoi An, Vietnam: Nov 9-20 (personal)
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: Nov 21-22 (personal)
Penang, Malaysia: Nov 23-25
Melbourne, Australia: Dec 15-20
Adelaide, Australia: Dec 21-23
Select dates still available for engagement, couple, individual, and family shoots. Contact us for more details!
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