Roshnee and Karan’s gorgeous, colorful wedding day was the brightest day in not only their lives, but in everyone else’s lives that had the opportunity to attend. This beautiful Indian couple shared their love for each other with so many traditional colors and symbols of their culture. The bride trades her “something white” for “something red” by wearing a stunning red sari instead of a white dress. This symbolizes commitment, spirituality, and fertility. Her intricate henna symbolizes joy, beauty, spiritual awakening, and offering. Their ceremony was held at the Hilton Garden Inn of Mayfield Village, where the bride and groom sit underneath a pavilion after she walks down the aisle. The mandap is a sacred structure, decorated in flowers, drapes, and lights. Each pillar represents the couple’s parents whose love, blessings, and support made the wedding happen. Roshnee and Karan’s reception was held at ballroom at the Hilton Garden Inn of Mayfield Village, where the couple and their guests danced their traditional Indian dances in their beautiful, brightly colored garments and jewelry. Along with the couple’s loving parents, and everyone else who was at the wedding, we are so happy for Roshnee and Karan, and we are blessed to have been a part of their special day.
Reception: Hilton Garden Inn Cleveland East/Mayfield Village
Ceremony: ballroom at the Hilton Garden Inn of Mayfield Village
Cinematography: Video Memories LLC
Photographers: Human Artist Photography