Hi Guys..Welcome to "Color Palette Thursday"...today we are featuring the gorgeous wedding of Namrita & Roman...I love everything about their wedding...the colors are amazing...so vibrant and delicious!!!! The details are truly unique and Namrita & Roman are such a beautiful couple. Their wedding story was captured by my wonderful friend and amazing photographer...Elizabeth Messina. For those of you who haven't heard...Elizabeth was just selected by Modern Bride magazine as one of The 25 Trendsetters of 2008....congrats Elizabeth!!! The oh-so-fabulous and talented Lisa Vorce of Oh How Charming brought Namrita & Roman's vision to fruition and as always....Lisa did a magnificent job....Let's get started with Part I....Enjoy!
Our beautiful couple....Namrita & Roman!
Mehndi was applied to Namrita's hands at a private event before the wedding.
Namrita gown is so beautiful...she brought a Renella De Fina dress and had it customized. She incorporated her mom's gold and fuchsia wedding sari into it by cinching part of the gown up and sewing pleated sari material so it peaked out the sides of the dress.
Namrita wore the beautiful traditional wedding jewelry that her mom wore 33 years earlier...such a beautiful tradition.
Namrita & Roman wanted to pay homage to both cultures...India and Mexico. They wanted to celebrate both cultures with the vibrant colors of India and Mexico. With Lisa's help, the couple selected the Hahn Estate, a 10-acre private property in Montecito, as their venue. The outdoor setting offered fountains, courtyards, and a tiered structured so the ceremony, cocktail reception and dinner were all in different locations on the grounds.
Lisa and her team did an amazing job....the wedding is best described as a "burst of color"! Each centerpiece was completely unique...they incorporated beautiful and vibrant color florals with citrus and vegetable arrangements incorporating the color-palettes of turquoise, ochre and fuchsia. Lisa worked with Rene Delacueva of R. Jack Balthazar to create all the beautiful floral decor. Lisa states that when she designs, she loves bringing in a central focal point....so over the dance floor they built a Mexican-inspired, custom wrought-iron canopy and decorated it with hundreds of tiny, turquoise glass lanterns containing LED lights.
Thanks to Elizabeth and Lisa...you both are wonderful and we love having you stop by TBC.....and a HUGE thanks to Namrita & Roman for having such a beautiful wedding....Guys..check back later for Part II...the reception decor....simply gorgeous!!