Stunning orange, peach, pink and magenta florals created the perfect backdrop for Chad and Rohini to exchange vows at the Atlanta History Center’s Swan House. Colorful arrangements lined the grassy aisle that led to a wooden mandap, or ‘manavarai’ as it’s known in South India, simply a temporary four-poster structure with a canopy that was covered in greenery with bright marigolds, ranunculus, roses, hydrangeas.
“The bride was very open to color and to our team’s suggestions, which was a lot of fun for Bold to execute the floral design…something she really wanted were marigold flowers and we were thrilled to be able to deliver for her,” states Annie Duncan, event designer at Bold.
“Rohini and Chad were such a fun, sweet, happy couple and their unique personalities really shined through the colors they chose to use on their wedding day.” Annie’s advice to couples is to embrace color! “…If you’re interested in using color, just go for it – it ends up leaving a long-lasting impression and it’s an opportunity to express personality through design!”
Bold also catered Rohini and Chad’s big day – passed hors d’oeuvres included, vegetarian Indian samosa with mint cilantro chutney, fresh mozzarella with grape tomatoes, olive and basil brochette with a balsamic reduction, bacon wrapped dates with Manchego cheese, curry chicken mini corn tacos with cucumber tomato relish and snapper ceviche on a fried plantain chip.
Of course, for this Hindu wedding an Indian station was provided by our team with naan, tandoori chicken with lots of spice, paneer tikka masala with basmati rice, Bhindi-okra, tomato, onions and fennel in red curry and Bold’s team created a chickpea curry with chana masala gravy using the bride’s family recipe – a special touch to Rohini and Chad’s first meal as a married couple.
The couple’s wedding was also featured in Brides Magazine online here.