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Real Wedding Wednesday

April 1, 2020

Take a look into Seema & Rohit wedding!

Seema and Rohit wanted a joyous celebration with all of their family from across the World in traditional Indian form here in Green Bay.  Seema grew up in Green Bay and wanted to hold the wedding here for her family and friends. They picked the perfect venue for the events to be held.  The Hyatt Regency in conjunction with the KI Convention Center lent itself for the perfect location based on the location, amenities and space size. The location is perfect based in Downtown Green Bay.  Guests could explore the city by walking. The welcome celebration was held at Tiletown Brewing Company, which is just over the bridge from the hotel. Guests wore traditional Indian attire but munched on Wisconsin Favorites including cheese curds, brats, sliders, and Titletown brews.

For the wedding day the bridal party was pampered by local beauty artists.  Rohit was ready for his welcoming to the family in a traditional Baraat. A horse and carriage took the groom through the streets of Green Bay with guests dancing all around him.  He entered the Convention Center excited to join his family with hers. After the entrance it was Seema’s time to WOW her groom with her beautiful traditional sari and jewels. She was absolutely stunning entering the room filled with beautifully bright colored floral from buds n’ bloom design studio.  The mandap that they were married under in the ballroom was the highlight of the space filled with florals and crystal.

After the ceremony the wedding party toured the town and Riverwalk to take pictures while the guests enjoyed cocktail hour.  Dinner was a traditional Indian menu. The bride and groom sat at a sweetheart table with the most opulent and fragrant floral wall behind them.  Guests were thrilled again with the beautiful floral, linen and lighting design in the room as they entered. Rohit welcomed guests and told them of how he met his bride and how much he respected her and will take care of her for the rest of his life.  As wine flowed, and delicious cake was eaten by the fabulous Monzu Bakery, a surprise mob dance was orchestrated by the groom’s sister. That was the perfect setting to fill the dancefloor for the rest of the night. Guests partied into the evening and said goodbye the next morning at a farewell brunch hosted by the bride’s family.

Photography Credit : Erin Jean Photography

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