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A Traditional Indian Wedding in San Francisco, Northern CA

  • Tiny Water Photography, San Francisco
    Marisa Garamendi and Lindsay Crandell, MLC Events, San Francisco
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Shikha & Utpal in San Francisco, Northern CA
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Utpal wore a gold sherwani with a red dupatta scarf.
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Hot pink and gold programs matched the rest of the wedding's bright decor.
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The ceremony took place with the San Francisco skyline in the background. Pink flowers and peacock feathers decorated either side of the mandap.
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The escort cards featured a peacock motif, like all the paper elements. Shikha bought jeweled trays from India for the display.
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Beneath the tent, bright turquoise linens covered the tables, which were topped with Manzanita branches and pink flowers.
Classic Party Rentals, Burlingame, CA
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The stationer hand-painted an image of a peacock for the backs of the menus.
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The couple's four-tiered buttercream cake was painted with gold trimming and peacock feathers.
Gabrielle Feuersinger, Cake Coquette, San Francisco

Shikha & Utpal in San Francisco, Northern CA

Shikha and Utpal wanted a traditional Indian wedding with a modern twist. The Bride Shikha Paul, 30 and is an attorney The Groom Utpal Donde, 30 and is an investment banker The Date September 26 Their peacock theme came from the bird’s significance within Indian culture. All the flowers were hot pink to contrast the blue color palette.
- Jaimie Dalessio
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  • Tiny Water Photography, San Francisco
  • Marisa Garamendi and Lindsay Crandell, MLC Events, San Francisco
  • Classic Party Rentals, Burlingame, CA
  • Gabrielle Feuersinger, Cake Coquette, San Francisco

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