With suspended lotus buds and antique brass vases, this elevated mandap exuded traditional South Indian elegance
Nestled amidst lush greenery and surrounded by rustic architecture, Soumya and Hari’s wedding was a picture-perfect expression of South Indian elegance. Elegantly decorated by WeddingSutra Favorite – Vivahhika, who with their meticulous attention to detail made the couple’s vision come to life. Clearly, this wedding was a mesmerizing affair. To capture their big day in stunning photos, the duo chose WeddingSutra Favorite – Aaron Obed who with his unbridled creativity and skill captured every meaningful moment.
Hosted on the outskirts of Coimbatore at My Village – Eco Rural Resort, Anaikatti, Soumya and Hari tied the knot outdoors under a spacious, elevated mandap that gave them picturesque views of the surroundings. Despite the skies being threateningly overcast, the nuptials went smoothly much to the relief and pleasure of the couple and guests. With Vivahhika leading at the helm on the decor front, the mandap captivated the senses with delicate pink lotus buds dangling from the ceiling and antique brass vases that burst with roses. Furthermore, to ensure that the couple was completely comfortable while tying the knot, the mandap was also furnished with carved wooden floor chairs. Additionally, dainty white chairs for the guests contrasted delightfully with the lush lawns. This wedding also combined red, gold, and cream hues to create a classic, festive atmosphere.
Clad in a glamorous zari saree paired with traditional gold ornaments, Soumya radiated joy as she made her way towards Hari on the long flower clad aisle. To complement his bride, Hari chose a rich silk traditional dhoti which he paired with a bejeweled necklace.
Venue: My Village – Eco Rural Resort, Coimbatore
Makeup: Makeup Ibrahim
Saree Draper: Anu Sareedraper
Mehendi: Aravinth Mehendi Artist
Photography: Aaron Obed