HOW THEY MET Raghav and I come from different backgrounds as I am Half Black/Half Filipina Catholic and Raghav being a South Indian Hindu. Our paths eventually crossed when I moved to San Francisco after college and was hired to work the night shift at a manufacturing site. Raghav was already working the same shift…
Happy Sunday everyone!
I just wanted to quickly share our wedding video that we received a couple weeks ago…I absolutely love it! Looking back, it was definitely funny when me and Nelli were working with Fusion Moments on the video. We really struggled to choose a song that represented US – we both wanted something unique but he wanted something Indian inspired and I wanted something representing my African American culture. Not only did we deal with that difference of opinion but we could only choose from a limited song bank our videographers provided. In the end, after much tribulation (not really…hehe) we decided on two songs (thanks to our gracious vendor). Me and my Dad actually danced to the first song and for those who might not know, Nelli is a big Deepika Padukone fanboy…hence the second song! I was kind of sad that none of our Sangeet footage made it in but we have an entirely separate video of that night. Hope you guys enjoy…let me know what you think 🙂
I am also including two website links that featured our wedding and they have some fabulous photos thanks to Nathalie Cheng. One is Seventh Heaven Vintage which is a vendor that we used for our specialty furniture and the other is 100 layer cake. 100 layer cake is a top 5 wedding website so it was such an honor for them to share the beautiful work completed by my wedding planner (Jessica) and wonderful vendors. Please enjoy and have a great rest of your weekend!
Hi everyone, a couple of people have asked me how I blended both cultures into one ceremony. A lot of fusion weddings have two different ceremonies on different days or the same day but as I touched on with previous posts, we decided to have one ceremony with our immediate family as the officiants. Since we didn’t have the expertise of religious officiants to give us the scripts we made our own ceremony which made it even extra special. We researched a lot of things on the internet and took SOME (keyword) advice from our close friends/family. Thank you Google for allowing us to get married haha! And now to pay it forward for other engaged couples, we are happily giving you our ceremony online for you to hopefully enjoy along with some explanations, thought processes, challenges etc.
I had a very eventful day. The past weekend I went to Austin for my brothers graduation and had to leave Monday morning. I woke up at 430 am to catch my flight that was delayed an hour. I had to switch flights because I missed my connection and finally arrived to work at 1pm. […]