Diana and Richard’s 2nd-day South Asian wedding reception at the Opal Event Hall near Atlanta.
After tying the knot in a traditional Indian wedding ceremony, the couple celebrated their joyful union by throwing a lavish reception for their family and friends at the Opal Event Hall near Atlanta.
It was a lovely Sunday morning and the fall weather served as a perfect backdrop for the bride and groom to celebrate their happiness with their near and dear ones.
With his brother and father helping him in getting ready for the evening, the groom looked dashing and all set to sweep off his bride’s feet, in his elegant three-piece suit. Meanwhile, at her Atlanta home, our wedding photographers captured the bride looking angelic in her ruffled white wedding gown replete with spaghetti straps, beaded embellishments, and a sweetheart neckline. The mood was light as her mother and bridesmaids did her hair and makeup while she completed her bridal look with matching Badgley Mischka open-toe stilettos and a wrist corsage. As the father hugged and kissed his beloved daughter, our Atlanta wedding photographers captured these treasured family moments.
It was now almost time for the reception ceremony. Surrounded by lush, green trees overlooking the lake, the bridge provided a picture-perfect setting for the romantic evening ahead. The groom was already there with his family and as he stood across the bridge waiting for her arrival, our cameras captured the anticipation and eagerness as his eyes scanned for her presence.
And just at the very moment, there she was! Walking across the bridge holding a matching white bouquet, she smiled shyly at her soulmate who immediately took her in his arms and twirled her playfully. As their lips met, the picturesque and dreamy setting gave a wonderful opportunity for our wedding photographers to capture some romantic and priceless moments of the couple and their families as they posed happily for photographs.
Also, see the second part of the Wedding Reception and this couple Traditional Indian Wedding Ceremony.