Let's count the things we love about this Indian - Jewish wedding. The brides absolutely exquisite outfits, the fact that Marin & Jeev celebrated both an Indian and Jewish ceremony at one day, and of course the backdrop of stunning New York City. But even beyond all that, we loved the play of colors in this wedding- from the red and gold with a splash of rose and ivory. Not to mention the many traditions especially the colorful mehndi and the fun Baraat Celebration. Check out the details below!
Marin & Jeev started off their wedding celebration with the Sangeet & Mehndi at Studio 450 with the perfect view overlooking the city. With the amazing talent and hard work of planner & florist, Marie Danielle Vil-Young with A Votre Service Events, the weekend celebration could not begin any better. The ladies enjoyed Henna provided by Brooklyn Henna Company while Benares Caterers passed their delicious hors d`oeuvre. DJ Suhel and the Dhol Players made sure the Sangeet was a one of a kind evening. Our team could not wait to capture the next day!
Ready and excited for the big day, the bride got ready with Hair Stylist Cassie Harwood-Jacquet at the Kimpton Eventi Hotel while the groom got his turban tied at the Conrad. After some finishing touches and final accessories, Marin got escorted by a very elegant Rolls Royce to the days location, the Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers. In the meanwhile, Jeev got celebrated during the Baraat at Pier Sixty sitting on top of a stunning white horse provided by Equishare Baraat horses. Abigail Kirsch Caterers set up breakfast and the Langar while Dj Suhel and the Dhol player got ready for the day. After the Baraat and breakfast, the guests removed their shoes and covered their heads to enter the "temple", beautifully decorated by Jeannie Forunato with Atlas Florists.
After a quick portrait session, the newlyweds headed to the Kimpton Eventi Hotel so Marin could change into her second, stunning gown of the day. This truly special dress took Jeev`s breath at their "first look". It was a pleasure taking the bride & groom for a quick tour through the city, making stops at Tribeca, the Flatiron district and the magical Grand Central Terminal before heading to Pier Sixty for their Jewish Ceremony. After saying their "I Do`s" the couple was welcomed as the new Mr. & Mrs. and danced through the night together with the team of Starlight Orchestras.
Captured by Craig Paulson