Lo’ and behold; step inside the lens of PhotozAapki and watch the most colorful traditional Hindu wedding unfold!
Sridevi and Saurabh (#SriSau) nicknamed Sri and Sau, met for the first time during their Post Graduation, where they instantly hit it off first as best of friends and then were in a relationship that went on for seven years. Both of them are free spirited couple and are generally party starters at any function – their positive vibes are reflected in their wedding.
Sridevi hails from Dehradun, known as the city of love, surrounded by hills and located right in the lap of mother nature. Well connected to the outside world with all modes of transportation possible to reach, yet having it’s own vibe of calm and hilly serenity. Hence, Dehradun instantly popped up as a number one option, on the list of destinations for the wedding. Wedding planner Filmy Shaadi found some awesome venues that were a perfect mix of natural outdoor beauty and indoor opulence all within reach, and not making it much of a hassle for the guests to travel at a new destination. Plus, Sri’s ancestral home in Dehradun is indeed a treat to eye. The venue for the Mehandi function was held at Sri’s ancestral home.
Jyotika Anand from Dehradun set the perfect vibe for the wedding with the decor. There were a lot of additional fun elements that were added during the whole wedding to make it more quirky, unique and fun apart from the regular dancing and merry making:
- The bride’s entrance with a DIY lace umbrella. It is generally done with flowers, but this was a quirky twist to the traditional phoolon ki chadar.
- The groom’s entrance on an ATV. Usually done on a ghodi (horse), but both the bride and groom went for an ATV that signifies the adventurous spirit to the groom.
- An old-style famous vintage band of Dehradun which was used as a dancing prop..
Submitted by photographer PhotoAapzki, check out this traditional Indian wedding, where decor comes in bursts of sunny yellow, coupled with the groom’s pink sherwani, the bride’s ombre lehenga, and the colorful attires of the baraatis all giving this wedding a fun vibe!
Photography: PhotoAapzki / Planning & Videography: Filmy Shaadi / Decor: Jyotika Anand / Venue: Mehndi at home in Dehradun ; Cocktail / Sangeet at Four Points Sheraton Dehradun ; Wedding at Vishanti Resorts Dehradun / Bride’s Attire: Wedding lehnga by Anarkali Karol Bagh ; sangeet gown by Om Prakash Chandini Chowk ; mehndi lehnga by Ensemble Dehradun / Groom’s Attire: Wedding and sangeet by Sawan Gandhi ; Mehndi self-designed / Jewelry: Mortantra / Catering: Food Kreations Dehradun