A bollywood dance, a Father of the Bride in a Greek fisherman’s cap for a dance complete with a game of backgammon or “tavli” and a bottle of ouzo… Nikoletta & Ayan’s want for their wedding day was to truly have their family heritage come through in meaningful ways. Starting with the baraat and a celebratory Indian ceremony, Nikoletta & Ayan looked stunning in their traditional Indian outfits under a brightly colored mundap. The bride changed into a stunning wedding dress and the groom into a tux for the beautiful Greek Orthodox ceremony where the mundap was transformed and covered in olive branches. The Four Seasons’ gorgeous ballroom decorated with three different centerpieces and dramatic up lighting reflected the vibrant atmosphere of guests dancing the night away. The cake, made by the Four Seasons’ amazing pastry chef, was covered in different shades of small sugar hearts and topped with a modern rhinestone topper that summed it all up: LOVE.
Thanks to our event designer, Alex Strawn for helping this couple’s wedding come together! Also, thanks to photographer, Joe from The Happy Couple for these great shots and to the Four Seasons for doing an amazing job!
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