The best part (from an outsider and wedding lover’s perspective) of fusing a multicultural wedding? Two weddings in one, yes! Celebrating both the bride and groom’s cultural backgrounds, Robyn and Proteek planned a Western American and Hindu Indian wedding day that was not only meaningful to family members but represented the modern couple as well.
The couple was adamant about giving the proper love to each ceremony. Starting the day with the Hindu celebration, Robyn wore a custom, traditional sari of red and gold that’s giving us all kind of heart eyes. Designing the look with her future mother-in-law, we can imagine the whole experience was quite the fantastic bonding and welcome to the family. Making it personal for the garden-loving couple, they chose a botanical garden for the first ceremony.
For the cliffside Western vows, Robyn wore another custom gown – this time, an all-white lace and crepe silk stunner and held the most vibrant, drool-worthy fuschia peony bouquet. Also, can we talk about how chic her henna’d hands and feet look against her white wedding gown?!
We could talk for hours about all the colorful, intricate details of this beautiful day, but we’ll let Bramble and Vine‘s light and airy, fine art photos do the proper work for us.