Miami Beach Hindu Wedding from KT Merry Photography
December 3, 2012
Classic WeddingsHotels + Resorts Weddings
I'm quite certain that I'm not doing this next wedding justice. That I'm not really cracking the code for how to present them in a way that truly sings. But. The saving grace is that I'm not really sure anyone could. Because the photographs by our talented friend KT Merry are so beautiful, they deserve to be hung on the wall of a perfect home, devoured by everyone that passes. So I beg of you, take some time to pore over the gallery and really bask in the all out gorgeousness tucked inside of each and every photograph. You might need to carve out a few hours though because each image is a little work of art. A little piece of wedding perfection.
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From the Bride... Our story begins in Miami on New Year's Eve 2006. I lived in Boston and Danny lived in Miami. I decided to ring in the New Year with some friends on South Beach. That evening, we both ended up at a mutual friend's place to celebrate. The instant we met, there was a definite spark. We spent the entire evening getting to know each other on the balcony, and when everyone left to go home, he stayed and we talked on the balcony until the sun came up the next morning. I conveniently missed my flight the next day so I could stay in Miami and spend some more time with him, and we ended up spending the next two days with each other. The next six years were a whirlwind of phone calls and travelling as we pursued a long distance relationship. He was in Atlanta and Florida finishing up his medical training to be a Nephrologist. I was in New York finishing my medical training to become a Neonatolgist. We travelled to over 25 cities and flew more than 300,000 miles to see each other. So, when we got engaged, we definitely wanted to have a destination wedding, and we knew Miami would be the perfect setting as it was the place we first met and fell in love.

Thanks to the help of our fabulous wedding planner Amen Pawar-LaRosa, we found the Bath Club. After a few minutes into our visit, we looked at each other and knew that this would be the place we would be married. It was the perfect blend of traditional and modern and our decorator Al from Blooming Design and Events transformed the venue into the most elegant and ethereal space. It turned out to be the most magical night of our lives, and it was all captured so perfectly thanks to our talented photographer KT Merry.

From Amen of Pawar, Inc... Planning Tanvi and Danny’s wedding was a magical experience. They are an outstanding couple with a deep and special bond. Tanvi and Danny’s vision for the wedding was a relaxed chic resort experience. We created this feeling by having a Mexican themed welcome party poolside to kick-off the weekend. It was a perfect balmy Florida night at Eden Roc, Miami Beach. Guests sipped on refreshing margaritas (Tanvi’s mother’s favorite), nibbled on scrumptious Mexican flare cuisine and danced the night way under tinkling market lights strung across the pool. The guests' comfort was of utmost importance for Tanvi and Danny so they opted for a later Hindu ceremony, which gave their guests time to enjoy the day at the beach. The wedding events were held at The Bath Club, Miami. As guests entered the foyer to the ceremony they were greeted by enchanting sounds of sitar player and crisp artisan waters infused with mint and lemon. The bride and groom’s passion for traveling resonated throughout the wedding with modern and romantic décor. Tanvi and Danny added personal touches by using a Texas University and Miami University Jenga guest book, naming each table was with the couple’s favorite destinations and a fun photo booth with travel themed props.

Wedding Photography: KT Merry Photography / Wedding Venue: The Bath Club in Miami Beach, Florida / Wedding Planning: Amen Pawar-Larosa of Pawar, Inc. / Floral Design: Blooming Events International / Wedding Catering: Aaron’s Catering / Music: Dheer Lashkari / Bride's Reception Dress: Tarun Tahiliani / Hair + Makeup: Pretty Suite, Inc. / Groom's Tuxedo: Hugo Boss