There's nothing more dreamy than a love story coming to life in the form of a fairytale wedding. So when wedding decor artist Tanvi Puri got hitched to her sweetheart Sidhant Kalra, she planned the wedding of her dreams.
Having worked in the wedding industry long enough, Tanvi knew exactly what she wanted for her special day, "Our wedding was a grand celebration of love and friendship. Everything was planned by me and my husband and it was all a surprise for our families as well. We knew exactly what we wanted and planned all the events together. We wanted our wedding to reflect our love story."
Apart from Tanvi's colossally beautiful big fat Indian wedding, what caught our attention was the unique decor on her mehendi ceremony.
Wondering what that beautiful decor is? Well, it's a 60-feet long tunnel made using cherry blossoms. Breathtaking, isn't it?
When we reached out to the bride, she revealed the inspiration behind the flower tunnel and described how it was constructed in just two days, "The cherry blossom season in Japan is something that has always had me in awe. I personally love cherry blossoms and tried a small 5-feet tunnel of white cherry blossoms for an event a few months back and it left me stunned. Since then it was in my heart to have a similar but longer tunnel of all pink ones at my mehendi. It was approximately 60-feet long and took around two full days to complete."
Tanvi looks magnificent against the backdrop of this flower tunnel. Just look at her sprinting towards her groom in all these beautiful pictures...
Just like their fairytale wedding, Tanvi and Sidhant's story is also a fairytale in itself, "We've known each other for over a decade now. Grew up together, went to the same school, went to a university in the UK and then came back to our home town. We got together after knowing each other for years, and very soon we knew this was meant to be."
We are in awe of Tanvi and Sidhant, and their beautiful wedding. Because their photos from the mehendi ceremony were so picturesque, we curated an album of all the other pictures from the rest of their functions.