A Fusion Of Colour
April 21, 2009
I am dying to go to an Indian wedding one day, all the colour and drama..I love it! So when I found this Indian/Mexican wedding I know it’d be a good one! Both cultures bring such a sense of their own tradition to this wedding, from the Bride’s awesome custom dress (Namrita had a piece of her Mother’s gold and fuchsia wedding sari sown into the side of her one-of-a-kind gown) to the Mexican-inspired wrought-iron canopy over the dance floor.
This is a truly unique wedding and I love it!
Namrita’s dress was designed and customised by
Renella De Fina and the wedding was coordinated by Oh How Charming.
Elizabeth Messina Photography via Project Wedding
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