The destination wedding of Sheena and Harshad was nothing short of spectacular. They invited their closest family and friends to celebrate their wedding weekend at the Ritz Carlton in Bali, where they could get married in an exotic location by the sea. They made the decision to have a non traditional mandap so that the beauty of the ocean could be the main focus during their wedding ceremony. To accent their gold frame mandap they worked with the teams at Innazcommunique and Butterfly Event Styling to have white rose petals down the center of the aisle and light pink and white roses line the aisle and the sides of their mandap. Sheena wore a neutral toned Sabyasachi lengha with floral detailing that matched their ceremony perfectly.

To kick off their reception guests were greeted with a firework show that lit the ocean in magnificent colors. Sticking to their non traditional wedding design Sheena and Harshad chose a multi teared black and white cake with gold floral appliqué. Above the cake and above their guests tables they had hanging crystal chandeliers along with roses on each table for their guests to enjoy.

Venue – The Ritz Carlton Bali, Indonesia | Event Planning – Innazcommunique | Designer – Sabyasachi and Rohit Bal | Decor – Butterfly Event Styling | Makeup and Hair – Natasha Moor | Henna – Barbie Ima | Photo and Video – Blacktieproject
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