The Indian ceremony embraced the 2014 color of the year, radiant orchid! According to Pantone themselves, this charming harmony of fuchsia, pink, and purple undertones "emanates joy, health, and love." We think Seema and Spencer's ceremony did all of the above!
The beautiful ceremony was filled with magenta, fuchsia, and red. Guests entered the ceremony site by crossing a dramatically draped bridge and were then treated to chiavari chair seating as they waited for the bride and groom to arrive. The chiffon flowed beautifully in the warm Arizona air, and the use of different colors created awesome depth and dimension!
Also, it's always awesome when a bride and groom choose to have their stage coordinate with the ceremony. The magenta and red velvet covering coordinated perfectly with the florals and fabrics!
Seema's gorgeous bouquet featured deep red roses and pink anemones with brilliant green cymbidium orchids. So in love!!
Some of my favorite parts of Seema and Spencer's Indian ceremony came in the form of very unique florals and a very special attention to detail. Notice our gold ribbon treatment on each and every platform along the aisle!
Though the repetitive process of hot gluing every mum flower onto our elephant figures can be trying at times, we just love our Ellies! The two used for this wedding stood proudly at the front of the aisle and were later repurposed at the escort card table. Also, check out the amazing floral work that was showcased in this ceremony!! Eight of these masterpieces lined the aisle and featured a breathtaking arrangement of orchids, anemones, and roses. Lastly, check out the awesome shot of the draped bridge we did. Didn't it totally foreshadow the beautiful ceremony?!
The base of the red-velvet-covered stairs met a dark red carpet runner that featured a gorgeous combination of pink and magenta rose petals in a whimsical design. When you watch the video below, you'll see that Seema and Spencer had a helicopter drop thousands of rose petals on their guests as they arrived- awesome, right?!