Rupal and Saurabh, Bangalore
A dainty floral affair framed within old-world British splendor.
From colleagues to life partners, Rupal Sarin and Saurabh Sharma welcomed the new chapter in their lives with an intimate wedding celebration, beautifully orchestrated by WeddingSutra Favorite – The W Code. Read on to see how the festivities unfolded.
How they met
Running a lifestyle and gifting brand together, Rupal and Saurabh’s relationship slowly transformed from office interactions and friendship to love, as they discovered strong compatibility and a deep connection. After 3 years of togetherness, they brought their parents into the fold and decided to tie the knot.
Drawn by the happy childhood memories of the iconic hotel, the bride wanted her dream wedding to be hosted amidst the familiar hospitality and old world British charm of ITC Windsor Bangalore. Studio A captured their special moments in beautiful frames.
The intimate day-long celebrations were planned and executed to suit the couple’s tastes by The W Code. Orchestrated in just a matter of a week, the team worked in tandem with the couple and their families to understand every detail of their requirements and delivered every wish flawlessly and to perfection.
An intimate wedding celebration consisting of just one day, the festivities began with the engagement function. Soft floral decor of white and pink created a striking contrast against the heritage architecture, towering ivory columns and vintage paraphernalia of the indoor venue of the hotel. The bride looked radiant in a sky blue floral lehenga while the groom sported a beige and blue sherwani with elegant embroidery.
The engagement decor got a sunny, traditional makeover with lots of marigolds and other props for the Haldi function that followed. Hues of red and yellow ruled the decor as well as the dress code, as everyone enjoyed the joyous customs.
The wedding festivities headed out to the beautiful outdoor spaces of the hotel, with romantic pastel decor of peach drapes and spring blooms. Huge cane baskets at the entrance led to the floral aisle with pampas grass and exotic flowers, while traditional rajnigandha, a German-style tent with billowing drapes and minimalistic chairs added to the dreamy setting. Pops of crimson added a royal touch, beautifully aligned with the couple’s traditional attires in regal red and ivory.
Advice for couples
“The restricted guest list owing to Covid was a blessing in disguise as we prefer intimate gatherings and clearly didn’t want a big wedding where we wouldn’t know most of the guests. Our wedding was simple, short and sweet and totally was the best day of our lives. Our advice would be to make sure your wedding is an extension of your personality.”
The Wedding Makers
Venue: ITC Windsor Bangalore
Wedding Planner: The W Code
Photography and Videography: Studio A