Oooo, we can’t wait to dive into this intimate Indian wedding inspiration from Amrit Photography! The design, the fashion, the flowers — it’s SO good. Here’s a little inspo behind the shoot:
We chose to blend the bohemian style with the traditional Indian wedding ceremony to create a look that is chic and timeless with elements of nature along with a certain romanticism and individuality. With so many Indian weddings that take place in Vancouver each year, couples are looking for ways to create a unique experience that sets their wedding apart, reflecting them as people, and the boho style is all about artistic self-expression.
The team also hoped to set a new standard for intimate Indian weddings to come:
We are urging the community to rethink the “big fat Indian wedding” and the health risks of hosting mass gatherings. An intimate Indian wedding means a smaller guest list which allows flexibility to explore less conventional venues that create a unique wedding day experience, such as The Pipe Shop. Endless options range from a private garden, rustic barn, cozy cabin, lavish yacht, terrace overlooking a beautiful view to even the couple’s favorite local restaurants, museums, and art galleries. Couples can choose a venue that is meaningful and holds value to them, rather than a typical banquet hall.
For more information on the benefits of having a small and intimate Indian wedding, Amrit Photography wrote this blog post!
With design by Finesse Decor, the boho Indian wedding inspiration came together in a magical way. Let’s get into it!
Blush + Floral Wedding Dress
The bride wore the most magnificent wedding dress by Shyamal & Bhumika and from House of Raina. The print! The floral detail!
She carried a beautiful wild bouquet by Da Fiori Floral Design.
Loving this vignette with all the dried pampas grass + geometric details!
Flawless hair and makeup by Aquarius Art.
The groom’s turban is from Maharaja Turban and her gorgeous jewelry is from Adore by Kanika.
Intimate Indian Wedding Ceremony
Dried palms, pampas plumes, and unusual grasses were used to create lush bohemian backdrops.
More magic from Da Fiori Floral Design!
The Reception Look
Enter, the Reception Look. It’s another stunner! The groom’s classy plaid suit is by Garrison Bespoke.
Hello, boho! The bride slipped into a lacey bell-sleeve dress by Elika In Love!
A second look that pulls out all the stops — boho braids and flowers in her hair!
From pampas grass, wooden tables, crystal glassware, and rugs — all the favorite boho elements are here!
Pure perfection! Thank you to the team for sharing this incredible boho Indian wedding inspiration!
photography: Amrit Photography // venue name: The Pipe Shop, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada // event design: Finesse Decor // florals: Da Fiori Floral Design // wedding dress: Shyamal & Bhumika // wedding dress boutique: House of Raina // hair stylist: Aquarius Art // makeup artist: Aquarius Art // models: Eden Von Weiss and Thomas Darya // turban + sword: Maharaja Turban // jewelry: Adore by Kanika // reception gown: Elika In Love // reception suit: Garrison Bespoke