Details, laughter, dancing, and love, the epic coverage of Agya and Salil’s Indian wedding at the Boston Marriot Long Wharf is now at its end! Thank you all for following along! If you missed the previous posts, they are here: part 1 – sangeet, part 2 – getting ready, part 3 – baraat and Hindu ceremony
This band of high schoolers was super-psyched to be able to entertain the guests during cocktail hour
Binita grabbed this great aerial shot on the right
And of guests checking out Agya and Salil’s custom guestbook designed by me!
I want to give a huuuge shout out to DJ Yogz – he’s one of my favorite DJs in Boston, and that’s saying a lot because I’ve seen many DJs. He knows how to get a crowd going and was in charge of all the sound and lighting considerations for this event
Changing the color of your linen really makes a huge impact in the room
Agya and Salil have changed outfits for the night. I love this joyous entrance
This man’s speech had the entire audience laughing. Did you know that Salil nearly burned Agya’s hair during his proposal with a candle?
I love you guys so much! Thank you so, so much for having me and for being nothing but beacons of inspiring joy!
Second shooter: Binita Patel Photography
Assistant: Emily Ku Photography
Lengha: Shehnaai Couture, New York, NY
Hair: Mario Russo Salon
Venue: Boston Marriott Long Wharf
Lighting and DJ: Boston Sound and Light, DJ Yogz
Cake: The Icing on the Cake
Catering: Masala Art, Dedham, MA; Gourmet India
Indian decor: Alankar
Videography: Franco, Groove Entertainment
Henna: Manisha Trivedi, Henna Cafe
Shang Chen Photography has rebranded to Saavedra Photography
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