Raj and Bridget actually had a full day of events and fun planned for their wedding guests. In the morning they married in a traditional Indian wedding ceremony followed by a lovely lunch on the farm. After a wadrobe change, Raj and Bridget were then married in a church ceremony with a stuning reception immediately following to celebrate. The second half of their day is also documented beautifully by Jen Curtis below…

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Thanks Raj and Bridget for sharing your gorgeous wedding with us! Also, a big thanks to Jen Curtis for sharing these images!!

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katie | Reply

how pretty are the bouquet shots. i hope we get to see many many more weddings from her in the future. love this site so much.

Jill | Reply

I am so envious of that barn! So pretty!!

tessa | Reply

very beautiful.

Kate | Reply

I love the little Indian influences blended with the overall rustic simplicity. Love the dress. This definitely gives me ideas for my own multicultural wedding.

Pretty Bride | Reply

so pretty… awesome details!

Future Mrs. Lenio | Reply

can someone tell me where this took place? this is exactly what i’m looking for, or my wedding :)!!!!

Lexi Smith | Reply

omg- i’m in love with those invitations!!

Jen | Reply

To: Future Mrs. Lenio. the wedding took place at The Riverside Farms in Pittsfiled Vermont. http://www.riversidefarmvermont.com

Futuremrslenio | Reply

thanks jen! your wedding was GORGEOUS!!!!

Miz Monkey | Reply

I’m newly obessed with your blog and am catching up…. Raj totally shaved between weddings!

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