Samruddhi and Abhimanyu, Goa
Adorned with hundreds of flowers in vibrant fuchsia, with a canopy of lavender blooms cascading over the regal couple, the mandap at this wedding was a sight to behold.
Brought together by a stroke of fate, Samruddhi and Abhimanyu solidified their whirlwind romance in the ties of matrimony with a beguiling beach wedding. The intimate celebration of their love amidst their loved ones planned and executed by WeddingSutra Favorite – The WeddingWale is sure to inspire you.
How they met
Samruddhi and Abhimanyu’s destinies were brought together in an arranged setup. The couple felt an instant connection from the moment they laid eyes on each other, and from there on, it was a straight route to their happily ever after.
The bride shares, “Hailing from a political family, we had always envisioned a huge wedding with an extensive guest list. However, I had always wanted my wedding to be an experience I could really enjoy, and often dreamed of an intimate beach wedding. I set the task to convince both our families of the same, and finally got my fairytale wedding.
Hosted amidst the spectacular environs of The Leela Goa, their wedding was brought to life by the team of The Weddingwale. “What started as a professional interaction soon transformed into a lovely bond. They truly became like a part of our family, and executed every little detail to perfection, just as we wanted” shares the exuberant bride. The décor was designed by The Wedding Factory, while their moments were captured by Robin Saini Photography, Rishikesh Bhambure Photography.
Brimming with bright, quirky elements such as teepees, masks, flowers and a whole lot of colors, the vibrant Pool Party was the perfect way to kick start the festivities. Dressed in periwinkle blue, the groom left everyone awestruck arriving on a jet ski, while smoke bombs, fun games and a rain dance added onto the fun. The bride channeled youthful charm in a ruffled and embellished white and blue number by Papa Don’t Preach by Shubhika.
A night of dancing and merriment, the glamorous Sangeet was hosted indoors. With an enchanting entryway of ivory twigs and lights leading to the festivities that were bathed in psychedelic lights, tropical décor, marquee lights and more, the evening held undeniable magic. The groom wowed everyone in his crimson velvet suit, while the bride stood out in a decadent gold ensemble with statement ruffles.
The intimate haldi ceremony boasted of charming décor of marigolds and leaves that cast an auspicious air over the event. The bride and groomed donned traditional attire, as their family smeared them with turmeric paste.
The sundowner wedding saw an explosion of flowers, an enchanting sight against the azure rolling waves. The magnificent mandap was the highlight of the evening, adorned with thousands of blooms in vibrant shades of pink and violet, with a canopy of foliage and flowers cascading over the couple as they took their vows. Dressed in bridal red with a statement 20 foot long veil, the bride walked in to a song she had personally written and dedicated to her father, as her groom in pristine gold awaited her.
Advice for couples
“Your wedding is a once in a lifetime occasion. Keep it intimate and enjoy it as much as you can.”
The Wedding Makers
Venue: The Leela Goa
Wedding Planner: The Weddingwale
Décor: The Wedding Factory
Bride’s Outfits: Papa Don’t Preach by Shubhika (Pool Party), Roopkala (Haldi), Ginni Wadhwa (Sangeet)
Jewelry: Rather Jewelry, Pune
Makeup: Amrit Kaur Artistry
Photography and Videography: Robin Saini Photography, Rishikesh Bhambure Photography