Day 4: Jamaica Destination Wedding Getting Ready. As a wedding designer, it is always a joy to be part of creating memorable experiences for couples and their loved ones. When Palak and Kevin contacted us to design their Indian-Jamaican wedding, I knew it would be a unique and exciting project. We usually do more intimate weddings, but we fell in love with Palak – it took us over a year to find the right venue and design their wedding.
Over four days, we worked together to create a celebration that fused the vibrant colors and customs of Indian weddings with the laid-back island vibes of Jamaica. On day four, the couple and their wedding party got ready for the big day ahead, and we wanted to create a serene and relaxed environment for the occasion.
For this day, we chose a beautiful color scheme of blush and powder tones that exuded elegance and grace. We wanted the décor to be soft and inviting, so we added touches of fresh flowers and delicate fabrics that complemented the color scheme.
The bride’s custom-made dress from India was a masterpiece that we wanted to showcase. We placed it on a beautiful mannequin and adorned it with fresh flowers that perfectly matched the color scheme. It was a stunning sight, and everyone in the room was in awe. You can see here bridal details in this post.
The groom and his best men got ready in a separate suite, and we created a more masculine ambiance for them. Kevin and his groomsmen exchanged gifts, and it was a heartfelt moment that we were honored to witness.
Palak got ready in her bridal suite that overlooked the ocean with her bridesmaids and parents, and it was a joyous affair. We created a cozy atmosphere by adding plush seating and soft lighting, and the mood was relaxed and intimate. The bride and her bridesmaids exchanged gifts, which was heartwarming.
Overall, day four of Palak and Kevin’s wedding was picture-perfect, with lots of beautiful details. The four-day wedding was filled with love, laughter, and beautiful memories that will last a lifetime. This wedding was published on Maharani Weddings and MunaLuchi Bride.