Indian fusion perfection
So, this is my first official blog post, and it's been a long time coming. This wedding is near and dear to my heart, as it happens to be my youngest brother Trevor, and his wonderful (now) wife Ashka.
We knew from the day we met her, that we wanted Ashka in our family, and had waited YEARS for this to even be a possiblility.
The wedding was held at a working llama/alpaca farm in Stockton, New Jersey called WoodsEdge Farm. The wedding was the perfect combination of our shared cultures. The ceremony was a traditional Hindu, with some Christian and Mohawk elements. It was preceded by the groom's parade, or barat, which also included a bagpiper for our Scottish side
(and a llama escort!)
Bees knees items were used throughout the ceremony and reception to offer comfortable seating and add a sophisticated vintage vibe. We also made the flower strings on the mandap (made by our brother Mark at Mohawk Visual)
Our Victorian chairs were perfect for all of the special parts of the ceremony.
The bride's grandmother finds a comfy spot on our Miss D. Antique Love Seat for the ceremony
Aren't they just perfect?
Our benches offered a gorgeous backdrop for pictures, and extra seating for reception time.
The blue lounge set was a well loved spot as well.
The Sweetheart Pedestal table and Victorian chairs make an ideal head table.
Our birdcage is great for holding cards, and these signs by Mohawk Visual can be customized for your event
Everyone loves the visuals of this adorable tea cart
We're so happy to welcome you to the family Ashka!!