It is always pleasure to be a part of a multicultural wedding, and this lovely wedding of Ruchi & Ian just contributes to it @Pine Crest Country Club, an elegant and sophisticated venue in Lansdale. The suburban tranquility and metropolitan sophistication of the lovely country club on a golf course sets the stage for a flawless day!
A “traditional wedding” can have different meanings to different people. This couple was able to blend both of their definitions of a traditional wedding together on their big day. The celebration of Indian cultures made the day beautiful, color-filled photos with lot of memories to cherish life long!
Marriage is about becoming a beautiful team with the Bridesmaid and Groomsmen, getting mad for tons of fun and lifetime memories.
In their words:
Ian and I met my sophomore year of college. He was a good friend with my best friend from nursing school. After about a year and a half of being friends, in 2012 we started to date.
Whether we told each other right away or not, we both knew that we were going to spend the rest of our lives with one another. We had a special connection.
On June 18th 2016, Ian decided to pop the question while doing what we loved most. Hiking the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon. From that day forward, I was literally the happiest and luckiest girl in the world. We decided to enjoy being engaged before we started with the wedding planning.
PineCrest Country Club Indian Wedding Film - Fine Art Production - Ruchi & Ian
In September of 2016, we started to plan the best day of our lives. After picking our wedding date, we started to pick our vendors. I instantly knew I wanted Fine Arts to be a part of our special day. I immediately reached out to Chirali (who also did my sisters wedding) and luckily they were available on our wedding day. It was great working with Amish and Chirali throughout the planning. From our engagement shoot to our Wedding reception, they were very prompt and fun to work with. Ian and I enjoyed wedding planning so much! From choosing vendors to the small details we did everything together. Of course there were times we both were stressed, but it was all worth it on October 28th 2017 when I married my best friend.
For this couple, their wedding day was so much more than a celebration of love. Both being from different cultures, they were able to experience the joy in joining their lives together forever with unique Hindu traditions.
The future Mr. and Mrs. participated in many rituals throughout their ceremony that had important significance to both families.
The evening planned for their reception was as beautiful as their wedding. The couple enjoyed to the fullest with dance, drink and cake.