Beatrice and Nick, Goa
This bride ditched the traditional bridal entry by arriving at the wedding with her groom and his baraat!
Nick first saw Beatrice on his birthday.They met by a stroke of sheer luck; it was a gift from destiny. The two wed in a mesmerizing ceremony, where stunning pictures clicked by WeddingSutra Favorite – Romesh Dhamija Productions – bring to life the most beautiful moments from their big day.
How They Met
“I first saw Beatrice at my birthday party in a club in New York City. I could see her glow in the darkness right from the moment she entered the room. To me, that was a big deal. Luckily for me, she walked up to me and said, ‘I guess I’m supposed to wish you since it’s our birthday.’ And with that, we opened up a brand new chapter of our lives,” says Nick.
At the beachside of The Zuri White Sands, Goa Resort & Casino, surrounded by their loved ones, Beatrice and Nick tied the knot. The two were looking to host a big fat Indian wedding and the expansive property, with its beautiful environs, served as the perfect venue for their special day.
Beatrice and Nick’s big day was a joyous occasion with every precious moment carefully preserved by the team of photographers and cinematographers of Romesh Dhamija Productions. The beautiful frames captured the candid expressions, effortlessly revealing the truest emotions of everyone present. Romesh Dhamija Productions ensured that the festivities would always stay alive through the wonderful images of the couple and their loved ones.
Beatrice and Nick kickstarted their wedding celebrations with a colorful welcome party by the pool. The vibrant affair saw decor elements in shades of yellow, blue and pink. Fringed buntings stretched over the pool, colorful signages across the lawns and bright canopies invited guests to take their seats. The couple entered the venue to the beats of the dhol; the lively tunes further adding to the cheerful vibe of the event.
Later that evening, the couple hosted a lively sangeet that was high on energy. They opted for monochromatic decor, which imparted a contemporary appeal to the event. The stage saw a black backdrop with white checks and lots of lampshades. There was a patterned dancefloor that enticed their guests to shake a leg. The evening had a host of performances by the family and friends of the couple and was the perfect way to wrap up the first day of the celebrations.
The following day began with Nick’s haldi ceremony. The intimate function made use of minimal decor, with the stage set with a fluorescent green and neon pink fabric backdrop, festooned with yellow and white flowers.
The wedding was on the beach with the mandap set up to display gorgeous views of the Arabian Sea. While pink and red roses enveloped the pillars of the canopy, white drapes added softness and romance to the decor. Owing to her love for elephants, the bride made her way to the wedding venue on one of these gentle giants along with Nick, before exchanging their vows in a touching sunset ceremony.
Fairy lights and chandeliers suspended from a frame were used to create a large backdrop for the dance floor on which Beatrice and Nick shared their first dance as husband and wife. Flowers in pink, peach and white decked the tables, with candles adding to the romantic ambiance. As the couple made their way to the venue, their nearest and dearest lined up on either side creating a pathway while holding up sparklers, giving this event a dazzling start.
The Wedding Makers
Venue: The Zuri White Sands, Goa Resort & Casino
Wedding Planner: The Doli Diary
Makeup: Disha Karia
Photography and Videography: Romesh Dhamija Productions