Over the past few years, spring in the Washington, DC area meant thunderstorms. This year is no exception. Although the wedding ceremony didn’t start until late afternoon, we had to decide early on wedding morning whether to have the ceremony on the outdoor terrace at Lansdowne Resort because setting up the stage and mandap structure required many hours of work. We made the right decision to have it indoors because sure enough, the skies opened up with torrential rain early afternoon. The mandap would have been ruined. Luckily, the rain stopped long enough for the baraat to take place and for part of the cocktail outdoors. The rain started again halfway through cocktail hour. Examples like this is why you should always have a backup plan for inclement weather if any part of your wedding takes place outdoors. All photos by Regeti’s
I loved the bridesmaids’ lehengas – the yellow top choli and the floral skirts were very unique.
The mother of the bride’s evening outfit was stunning and quite modern in a long sleeve black and gold, with a little bit of bohemian vibe
Venue: Lansdowne Resort, Leesburg, VA (Club House)
Wedding Coordinator: Vicky Choy, Event Accomplished
Photography & Videography: Regeti’s
Floral Design & Decor: Nivanjoli, Prabha Bhambri
Hair Stylist & Makeup Artist: SKS Salon, Sana Sayed
Wedding Cake: Sweet & Savory Bake Shop
Bridal Henna: Mala Amin
Hindu Priest: Sri. Krishnamachar Archakam
Baraat Horse: Carriages of the Capital
Baraat Mobile DJ + Dhol: Kundan Events
Check out our archives for more weddings at the Lansdowne Resort and Indian weddings.