If you enjoyed Part I of Kavi and David’s beautiful wedding, then I know you’ll love Part II. A fabulous wedding parade, beautiful outdoor ceremony, Indian and Jewish wedding traditions, flowers (and pineapples!) by the talented Saipua

For the ceremony, Kavi wore a sari handmade in the Indian state of Orissa, jewelry from Jaipur, and bare feet.

During the processional, the couple’s friends performed the bride’s favorite song, “That’s How Strong My Love Is” by Otis Redding.

I love this series of photos. I love that David is wearing one shoe (important for breaking the glass!), and I love that hug!

The Peter Ecklund Band kicked off the cocktail hour with jazz standards.

Kavi made all of the printed materials, from the invitations to the cocktail menu to the table numbers.

Why don’t more tables have pineapples on them?

Seriously, every party needs pineapples!

 

Vendors

Photography: Justin & Mary / Venue: private venue / Bride’s reception dress: Jaya Rathore / Bride’s shoes: Stella McCartney / Groom’s suit: Michael Andrews Bespoke / Band: Peter Ecklund Band / Flowers: Saipua / Catering: Baluchi’s

 

Congratulations Kavi and David! And thank you to Justin & Mary for sharing all these beautiful photos!

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  1. Katie

    WOW, absolutely gorgeous!!!

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  2. lydia {ever ours}

    love the mix of both cultures!

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  3. redwhitebride

    Absolutely gorgeous! love the pineapples.

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  4. Rachel - theWeddingVine

    I wish all weddings were this colourful!! Everything looks so vibrant!

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  5. Dominique

    LOVE this ! Such a lovely way to combine great traditions. So so pretty, and LOVE the pineapples!

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  6. Redfrizzz

    I love it. Please post MORE culturally diverse weddings!!

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  7. Aliza Werner

    This wedding is so insanely gorgeous and lush! A beautiful way to bring together diverse cultures and families…so lovely.

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  8. Holly Hatam

    I can feel the luxury dripping from the photos!

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  9. featherhand

    One of my favorite weddings that I’ve seen!

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  10. Lacey Wagner

    I adore this wedding! So vibrant in color and culture, just wonderful.

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  11. Aleah + Nick Valley

    Loving the pineapples! What a gorgeous wedding!

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  12. persis

    a beautifully captured wedding!

    just stumbled upon your blog and i have to say i LOVE it. do drop by mine too when you have some time. perhaps we can follow each other. =)

    persis.
    http://onestylemile.blogspot.com/

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  13. sarah@fogliopress

    This wedding completely reminds me of how much I love the ritual and tradition behind weddings! I know these days it’s all about personality and style, which is fabulous – but remembering your roots is so symbolic and special. Congrats on a gorgeous day Kavi & David!

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  14. Leila | Be Inspired PR

    This wedding is fabulous. Everyone looks like they are having an absolute blast! And I just love the centerpieces!

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  15. Laura @ Bridal Bubbly

    This is a great blend of two cultures and looks like a ton of fun!

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