Dimple & Jiten held a festive multi-day series of wedding festivities for over 500 friends and family. The first night was the Sataak ceremony, and the ceremony stage was vibrant in shades of orange, wine, and gold with custom medallion design and chandeliers overhead. Following the ceremony, guests were treated to dinner and a music performance by a professional Indian singer who was flown in for the celebration. The following day began with an energetic baraat for groom Jiten outside of the hotel. Guests made their way to the ceremony space for the Hindu ceremony. A gold glitter aisle created the path to the altar decorated with florals in shades of red, ivory draping, and gold accents. Guests were served a delicious Indian lunch after the ceremony during which time our staff transform the ballroom for reception.
For the reception the ballroom was decorated in chic black, white, and gold. The central point of the room was a black and gold glitter dance floor, gold glitter stage façade, and black glitter wall with the couple’s name in lights! Tables were decorated with cream linens, gold Chiavari chairs, white & cream florals, and loads of candles. The room was surrounded with cream draping and soft uplighting for an elegant feel. Dimple & Jiten’s cake was another gorgeous element with gold pearls covering multiple tiers. Professional dance performers kicked off the party that continued well into the night to cap off this epic week of events.
When Mrudula and Brian became engaged, they knew their wedding would need to incorporate elements of Mrudula’s Indian Hindu heritage and Brian’s Christian upbringing to Asian and Caucasian parents. We decided on a day that would encompass two ceremonies and two receptions, all in the heart of Dallas’s famed Arts District. After getting her beautiful henna work done and getting dressed head to toe in jewelry and a stunning gold and red Sari it was time for Mrudula to be carried into her Hindu wedding ceremony. First, a festive Baraat was held outside of our ceremony venue, with Brian dressed in traditional Indian wedding attire sitting atop a costumed white horse. A Dholi played the drums as guests clapped and celebrated Brian being formally received by Mrudula’s parents who then brought him into the ballroom and to the incredible Mandap. The entire ballroom was adorned with an ombre Mandap complete with walls of candles, elegant chandeliers, and hand-crafted gold thrones for the bride and groom. Mrudula was carried to the Mandap and brought to her husband to perform a traditional Hindu ceremony. After the ceremony, the draping that split the ballroom was opened to reveal the other side of the ballroom which was delightfully decorated for our luncheon of Indian cuisine. Tables were covered in coral linens and gold elephants and floral arrangements in coral, peach, and pink brightened up the room.
Mrudula and Brian then changed their attire for the second half of their day, with Brian in a tuxedo and Mrudula in a sophisticated white gown. A Christian ceremony was held in a grand Dallas church. Bridesmaids changed from their coral and gold Saris into lovely bridesmaids’ dresses in cobalt blue which paired so well with the coral, peach, & ivory bouquets all the ladies carried. Following the ceremony, guests proceeded to a local art museum and sculpture garden for the reception. Hors d’ourves and cocktails were passed on the terrace while guests lounged on modern lounge furniture. The ballroom was filled with wall to wall long tables with covered in taupe linens and filled with low lush floral in the wedding colors. Chic gold and ivory chargers with floral menu cards sat at each place setting, preparing guests for the delicious plated meal. Their wedding cake was truly a work of art, with blown sugar resembling the glass sculpture work of Dave Chihuly. A live band got the party rocking as guests danced the rest of the evening before sending Mrudula and Brian off at the end of their fun-filled day of celebration.