On the first warm of the year, Kishori & Terence were married at the lovely Biddle Mansion which is part of the Tarrytown House and Estate. The bride wore a stunning embroidered wedding gown and held a bouquet of gorgeous pink peonies. Kishori wanted to include a few Indian wedding traditions to honor her family's heritage. Intricate henna was drawn on her hands and feet, she wore a stunning tikka in her hair and used her grandmothers diya lamp holder to carry their rings down the aisle. The couple personalized each escort card with a welcome message written in gold ink for each guest. They wanted to let each person know the significance of their presence at their wedding. As a surprise, they also included each guests name in their wedding program too. How thoughtful is that? There was not a dry eye in the room as Kishori & Terence read their vows and exchanged wedding bands. I'm so thrilled and honored to be part of Kishori & Terence's engagement and wedding day. Their wedding was about love, family and celebrating the start of their new life as husband and wife. Congratulations newlyweds!
// Wedding Vendors // Ceremony & Reception Venues - Tarrytown House & Estate // Brides Dress - Mori Lee - Modern Dress // Videographer - Crown Street Productions // Second Photographer - Mekina Saylor // Florist - Arcadia Floral Company // Desserts - Cheesecake - Juniors / Doughnuts - Dough Bakery // Hair and Makeup Artists - Raedawn Johnson //