Marriage is the fusion of two souls into one. Two lives, two hearts, two families and two heritages. When we started planning Catie + Aamil’s big day, one of the first things she told me is that she really wanted to bring both of their cultures together in their wedding. For it to be a true fusion of both traditional American Wedding traditions and Indian traditions as well. This immediately got my creative mind racing and SO excited to get creative.
I dove head first into learning about the Indian Wedding Culture and a few things that really stood out to me were the bright and bold tones, garlands and full-heavy florals they use. (Every florists dream!) For a December wedding – I was obsessed with the idea of incorporating those rich, fall tones – while still keeping a winter-fell to it all.
There are SO many aspects of Catie + Aamil’s wedding day that were my favorites! The cake, their old record guestbook, Catie and the girls’ incredible Henna work on their hands and body, Aggie Rings and Reception War Hymn…but most importantly… I cannot get over how Catie’s color palette and florals all came together. This will forever be one of my very favorite weddings. I cannot stop looking at these incredible photos Angela King captured.
Our favorite blooms used: dahlias, astillbe, pampas grass, marigolds
Incredible Vendor Team
Venue: The Allen Farmhaus
Photographer: Angela King Photography
Florals: Reiley and Rose
Planner: Borrowed and Blue
Baker: Serendipity Cakes
HMU: Grey House Designs
DJ: Gaines Entertainment
December 31, 2020