July 18, 2012



When Devi and Ryan met in a hospital in LA, these two doctors knew
they showed all the symptoms for a love that was sure to last. For
their Torrey Pines Hilton Indian-fusion wedding we found inspiration in
their shared love of the medical field and for life. This couple was a
dream to work with, who was not only willing to trust us but have fun
throughout the process and the results were positive! 

 Ryan made his grand entrance during the baharat, where he was brought into the ceremony on a horse. The ceremony further hinted to the concept and feel of the event by exhibiting a custom sign we created that read “where there is love there is life”… a favorite phrase of the groom’s. This hung above them on the Mandap as they participated in two ceremonies, one Indian and one Western.

As guests entered the ceremony they passed through the “Waiting
Room” and were directed to check in and leave their prescription for a
good marriage at the receptionist’s desk. Colorful clipboards adorned
the office wall while displaying guest names and what room they were to
be seen in (A.K.A. Table assignments) for later that evening.

As guests made their way into the reception, they were greeted with candy pill bottle favors that
read “There is no remedy to love, but to love more.” by Henry David Thoreau. The bride’s favorite animal, the elephant, was brought in through whimsy custom table numbers and paper elements by Brightly Designed  that illustrated elephants with different medical instruments. Candle votives were appropriately wrapped with white gauze adding another decor element and texture to the table. Gorgeous centerpieces by Twigg Botanicals made of coral charm peonies, tulips, dahlias and dripping with white phaleonopsis orchids offered the ballroom a lushness and garden feel. The vases were also custom wrapped with the first-aid plus sign that we carried throughout the event… hinting towards a love that makes everything better.

After dinner, guests indulged on a delicious “Sugar Coma” dessert bar which included cupcakes named: Case of the Coconuts, CPR (Chocolate Peanut Butter Resuscitation), Viral Vanilla, Chocolate Check Up, An Apple a Day, Chocolate Overdose and Caramel Consciousness all created by Hey There Cupcake.

The sweetness continued with the couple’s first dance and a garter toss where Devi blindfolded her groom and tricked him into getting the garter off his best man’s leg rather than hers!  The escort card wall that we created also was re-purposed later in the evening and made for a fun photo booth with all types of props that we supplied to really let the guests “play doctor”.  🙂   

Only two weeks before our little Navy Jane was born, Troy and I jumped in for a quick photo.  I had been feeling contractions all during the set up and throughout the wedding and was sure I was going to go into labor that evening!  I felt in particularly good hands though with a room full of doctors.  There couldn’t have been better timing for this wedding!

Sunday Romance beautifully captured the bright pops of orange, pink and purple this fusion wedding had to offer. We loved working with Ryan and Devi and hope their future is filled with all the health and happiness that they deserve!

This multicultural wedding was recently featured on Ruffled. Head on over to take a look!

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