Bride & Groom:
TIFFANY & RAVI
NIZUC HOTEL & SPA
East meets West in this spectacularly vibrant Indian-fusion wedding. The perfect combination of modern and traditional, this energetic wedding perfectly complimented the colourful bride and groom from Chicago.
On the morning of her big day, the blushing bride adorned a stunning red and gold two-piece Lehenga and intricate Indian jewellery. After a morning of prep, the groom came to pick up his wife to be, and the wedding party continued on to the soft sands of Nizuc beach for the picturesque ceremony. After the 126 guests were happily seated, the groom kept the tradition alive by entering on a bright red Mexican rickshaw to complete his Barat. Now that’s something you don’t see every day.
A gentle breeze ruffled the brides jet black curls and the sea gently lapped against the shore as the couple declared their undying love for one another. Ramesh Malhan, the chosen Officiant, prepared a perfect Indian-fusion ceremony, complete with Mangalsutra, which left the father of the groom brimming with pride. After laughs had been shared and tears of joy had been shed, the wedding party retired to the sophisticated oceanfront A-Kan terrace to enjoy the panoramic ocean views for cocktail hour. The bride took advantage of this break to transform into her red carpet worthy white wedding dress and jewel-studded Louis Vuitton bridal shoes, adding the fusion into this Indian-fusion wedding.
The loved-up couple chose the magical Sian Kaan Ballroom for their wedding reception, a breathtakingly beautiful hall with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the lush Mayan jungle. Delicate blush and gold accents were strewn around the room, while blooming rose bouquets by Vanessa Hymez and flickering white candles marked the centre of each table. The look of awe on the guest’s faces as they entered this impressive ballroom was something we’ll never forget.
As the bride, a vision in white and the handsome groom entered, the DJ began spinning on the decks and the celebration truly began. If there’s one thing these newlyweds know how to do, it’s throw a party. Luckily, the Sian Kaan Ballroom had plenty of space to dance. As the bride and groom took to the floor, a glittering firework display shot up from the ground, providing the most magical backdrop to their first dance.
From this moment on, the laughter, amazing dance moves, flowing champagne and cheeky tequila shots never stopped. After 8 months of careful planning, both the team at Mango Weddings & Events and the happy couple couldn’t have asked for a better Indian-fusion wedding.