Krishna & Michael's Autumnal NYC Celebration
This special couple tied the knot surrounded by an abundance of florals and their dearest friends and family, all planned by Wedding Elegance NYC…
Planned by Wedding Elegance NYC
The bright, sparkling interior of the Legacy Castle served as the backdrop for Krishna and Michael’s wedding day; golden detailing and glamorous, classy chandeliers providing the ceremony with an additional layer of beauty beneath their stunning decorations. Rows of blooming, vibrant floral bouquets in varying shades of coppers, reds, and golds, leading the way to the stunning centrepiece of the ceremony… A towering, magical tree made up of a twisting vine trunk and expansive, colourful leaves.
“We just fell in love with how beautiful and elegant the Legacy Castle was,” gushes bride Krishna. “We were so lucky and happy to get that venue. On the day of the wedding, we were so well taken care of, it truly felt like a fairytale wedding come true.”
The bride and groom held an intimate ceremony with their dearest family and friends – everyone able to partake in the personalised, unique wedding day in their own heartfelt ways, and enjoy every element of it together. “Everyone at the wedding could not stop talking about how organized and well planned every detail was.” The rich blend of different cultures is one of the elements of which made Krishna and Michael’s special day so heartfelt – the seamless union of two families in equal celebration of their individual traditions. This was not only present in the couple’s beautiful outfits and stunning décor, but also in the music…
“I wanted more instrumental music for walking down the aisle, and choose Tujh Mein Rab Dikthta Hai instrumental,” smiles the bride. “Music can be a universal language and can give you the feels without the lyrics. Since Mike and his family do not understand or speak Hindi, just having the music was special.”
The bride glowed in her breath-taking, intricately detailed lengha – the shimmering details brought to life even further through her golden headpieces, matching with the elegance of the castle’s interior. “My wedding lengha was very heavy,” laughs the bride. “But definitely worth it. It was a relief to take the skirt off after the ceremony... I got a separate much lighter piece to wear on my head, which I am happy I did.”
Seeing both families unite and celebrate the bride and groom’s marriage was so special for the newlyweds – often finding themselves simply watching everyone have fun from an upper balcony, and taking in the beautiful ambiance of the evening surrounding them.
“There was a moment where all the chaos stopped and it was just us taking it all in,” blushes the bride. “I loved watching the baraat – all of our families and friends dancing. I also really enjoyed watching the same day video edit at the reception. It was nice to look back and reflect on all the special moments of that weekend up to that point and share them with all the guests.”
The Dream Team
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