Old Hollywood Glam California Indian Wedding Reception - 3

I am so excited to showcase the incredible reception in honor of Ann and Lux! I literally gasped when I saw the décor (I'm a big décor girl, if you haven't noticed!) We're back at the fabulous Casa Real at Ruby Hill Winery and there's truly refined elegance here with all the details laid out by the couple. Tyler Vu Photography said it best:
"It was an elaborate production, rooted in timeless tradition, with a modern touch, representative of classic themes, both East and West, reflecting the couple's personality."

From the Preston Bailey-esq florals (green elephants-amazing!, flower balls, beautiful pink tress and a white birdcage to hold gifts); to the tables dripping with crystals (glasses and candle sticks); to the dazzling baby pink lengha worn by our beautiful bride, Ann- there really was nothing I didn't love! The entire affair was a reflection of "old Hollywood glam" and you can truly feel all the fun resonate through the images!

Thank you to the fabulous Tyler Vu Photography for submitting the photos from this beautiful wedding. A warm congratulations to the beautiful couple, Ann and Lux, from the IndianWeddingSite.com team. We wish you a wonderful married life!

Stay tuned to our Facebook Page for an exclusive inspiration board later today!

Northern California Indian Wedding Vendors:

Photographer - Tyler Vu Photography
Sangeet Venue - Palm Event Center in the Vineyard
Wedding and Reception Venue - Casa Real at Ruby Hill Winery
Henna - Ravie Kattaura, Keyuri's
Flowers and Décor - Nicole Ha Designs
Make-up and Hair Artist - Lavina Shah
Cinematography - Wedding Documentary Photo and Cinema
DJ - DJ Salim
Bakery - Primrose Bakery
Horse - Fancy Wheelin'
Lighting - Enhanced Lighting
Catering - Amber India San Francisco, Tandoori Nites
Officiant - Krishna Pandey

Old Hollywood Glam California Indian Wedding Reception - 3

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