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And we got a chance to capture the union of the adorable couple, Jigyasa and Abhilash who tied knot at Tamarind tree, a beautiful venue in Bangalore. Kanjeevarams, Marigold, jewellery, laughters and of course, the love, made the South Indian wedding functions memorable as ever! But what stole the show was the smiles on their faces at all time! With the venue with such an old world charm, it carried tokens of art, antiques and narratives of India's glorious past.
South Indian weddings are known to be rich in traditions and simple yet tasteful affairs. The union of college mates Jigyasa and Abhilash at the The Tamarind Tree, Bengaluru was one such dazzling event. The two became friends during their days at a B- school and their friendship blossomed into a special bond. So, when the time came to tie the knot, the much in love couple decided to plan their wedding to give it a more intimate feel and their fun personalities reflected in colorful décor. The venue had a beautiful old-world charm to it evident in the beautiful antiques and contemporary pieces of art that adorned every nook and corner providing an interesting backdrop for this colorful funfiled event.
The sangeet ceremony was held at the beautiful banquet hall in the resort with minimalistic yet classy décor and the stage adorned with illuminated fairy lights added an air of warmth and romance to the atmosphere. The bride looked no less than a fairy herself in a pink chikankari lehenga made especially for her at Faaya, Banglore. Though the lehenga in itself wasn’t very blingy (as she isn’t much of a bling person), the stunning diamond earrings and maang tikka balanced the embellishment on the lehenga adding class and a kaala chashma adding just the right amount of sass! The couple danced their hearts off and no one could resist taping their feet to those groovy numbers. It was an intimate affair with just close friends and family where everyone had a gala time.
For this traditional South Indian Wedding, the décor was entirely orange marigolds and gold bells in sync with the minimalistic and sophisticated feel. The bride looked ravishing in a beautiful Kanjeevaram sari with gold and pink border which she had gotten during her trip to Kanchipuram. While the heavy gold jewelry and the customary mogra gajras completed the look, the kaleeras added a touch of funk to the otherwise simple traditional attire. She went for the dewy bridal look that’s much in trend with simple makeup and just a touch of color to the lips. The groom complimented her dressed in white traditional attire looking dapper.
Get a glimpse of this wonderful wedding and witness the magic woven by Jigyasa and Abhilash under the shade of Tamarind Tree! We wish them a very Happy married life and are grateful to them for letting us build a part of their memory box!