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An Interfaith Wedding in Harrisonburg, VA

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Staci & Srijak in Harrisonburg, VA
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Blueberries from Staci’s parents’ farm brought down the cost of the summer-inspired, berry-topped confection.
Cakes of Art Bakery & Cafe, Fishersville, VA
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The bride and groom were given garlands of roses and daisies to wear around their necks, called varmala -- a symbol of the couple’s love.
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Red, turquoise and cream paper lanterns hung from the tent where the Hindu ceremony and reception were held.
Central Virginia Rental, Harrisonburg, VA
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The bride and groom exchanged Christian vows in the blueberry fields on Staci’s parents’ farm.
the bride’s parents’ house, Harrisonburg, VA
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Instead of a traditional sign-in book, guests were asked to fill out fun postcards and include details like their favorite memory of the couple and drawings of themselves.
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Staci arranged her own bouquet with red and cream silk peonies and ranunculus she bought online.
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The programs outlined both the Hindu and Christian ceremonies and were attached to straw fans for guests to use both days.
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Neighbors let the couple pick wildflowers from their property, and then friends and family members arranged the blooms in aqua-colored Mason jars.
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Wooden signs painted with a festive design directed guests to the reception tent.
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The bride painted wooden heart-shaped cut-outs red and attached them to pin backings for the boutonnieres.
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Staci & Srijak in Harrisonburg, VA

The Bride Staci Hudy, 24, a grad student at Virginia Tech The Groom Srijak Rijal, 26, a software developer for Rackspace The Dates July 3 and 4 Staci and Srijak had double-faith ceremonies (one Hindu and one Christian) tied together with a dark red, aqua, white and copper color palette. “Red is the wedding color for Hindu weddings and the aqua, white and copper was sort of a modern red, white and blue since it was the Fourth of July weekend,” says the bride.
- Carrie Chambers
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  • Cakes of Art Bakery & Cafe, Fishersville, VA
  • Central Virginia Rental, Harrisonburg, VA
  • the bride’s parents’ house, Harrisonburg, VA

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