Credits: Sasha La’Brooy
Photo Credits: Kishore Krishnamoorthy, Regan Raj
Their paths may have crossed in the hallways of Lawrence School in Ooty but the lovely Anusha and charming Samvit did not notice each other there. It wasn’t until a few years later that their paths crossed once again in the streets of Bombay and this time the two took notice. A fairytale romance grew and when they decided to tie the knot, Bangalore was the place of choice.
Right from the get-go Anusha and Samvit knew exactly what they wanted – elegance, class, sophistication, simplicity. And they weren’t afraid to experiment–a planner’s favourite kind of couple! Working with Anusha and Samvit was a breeze; meetings met and schedules kept, what turned out (even if we do say so ourselves) was nothing short of stunning yet simple.
The festivities started out on the 8th of May with a cocktail/welcome party at TempleTree Leisure, Bangalore. Close friends and family joined in to wish the happy couple well. Décor was kept light with floral chandleries and stage backdrop made of mats!
The 9th rain-washed morn started early at TempleTree Leisure. The venue was transformed overnight to reflect the Pallakad-Iyer wedding. Guests entered to a pathway of traditional yellows and orange. Coconut leaf chains adorned the walls. The dining area saw tradition with a twist with its floral chandeliers made with tree branches, thick garlands on the windows and pretty coconut shell hangings. Led in by their thalam girls to the mandap, the couple tied the knot under a canopy of bright orange and pink with lotuses hanging and bamboo walls on the sides.
The reception that followed was a classy affair in absolute Anusha-Samvit style. I might be a little biased but words can’t do the décor justice so I’ll let the pictures do the talking. It was definitely goes to show how little elements do make a big difference!
The 2 day wedding festivities came to a close under the stars on the lawns of TempleTree Leisure with close friends and loved ones to the classic rock tunes of Shyam and the Westwind!