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With inspired architectural settings, stunning fashion choices including both traditional Indian attire and a classic white wedding dress, and so much love from family and friends, this Indian wedding ceremony and reception uniquely blends the couple’s modern tastes with traditional elements. Read on for more!

“Niraj and I wanted our wedding and reception to be a testament to our life together in the future, full of details that reflected our values and interests.  We aimed to welcome our family and friends by creating warmth through food, lighting, and music. We were certain Ginny Au was the right person to anchor the design/ planning process after she attended my brother’s wedding as a guest and connected with our families personally and aesthetically.  In the months that followed, Ginny, along with each of our vendors, grew to understand our culture and vision with a fresh set of eyes.

When our wedding day arrived, I felt blissful as my family lovingly helped me get dressed.  Niraj’s Baraat, or entrance, was vibrant.  I felt ecstatic as I heard him dancing his way towards me.  The ceremony was emotive yet graceful and took place upon a Lucite altar, gently draped with florals, allowing us to still experience our environment.

At the reception the next day, guests leisurely strolled the expansive grounds of Cavas Codorniu as a trio of violinists covered modern songs.  When the sun set, we moved indoors for speeches and a dinner with innovative, international cuisine and cocktails.  We danced under floating orchids to the beat of drums well into the early hours of the morning, never more exhilarated or euphoric.

Each perfectly executed element of our wedding week was a true testament to the dedication of our families and vendors.   We are forever thankful for their talent and art, which elevated our ideas into an exquisite and unforgettable experience.”

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Styling, Planning, & Production: Ginny Au| Photography: Erich McVey | Videography: CinemArt | Venue: Castle de Sant Marcal and Cavas Codorniu | Floral Design: Fabricio Giordano from Florestudio | Audio & Lighting: Marc Cunil I Tolsa from Atmosferas | Rentals: Nuovi Piatti and Catering Sensaciones | Catering: Bollywood Restaurant and Catering Sensaciones | Cake: Dolc Atelier | Hair & Makeup: Larisa Astahova and Igor Losada from Estilista Barcelona | Music: Ameet and Klaus from London Beats | Entertainment: PPC Events and Factor 3 Events | Video Mapping: Alberto Calahorro from Palnoise | Custom Illustrations & Art: Erin Petson | Paper Design: Kaela Rawson | Paper Printing: Microprint

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Once Wed was launched in March 2008 to meet a need in the marketplace for an online listing service for second-hand wedding dresses. Within a short time, the company had developed into an online wedding publication and resource to provide newly-engaged brides with inspiration and tools to plan their dream wedding.