Sonali & Rajeev's Destination Hawaiian Indian Wedding

May 26, 2014 - by Preeti

Rajeev and Sonali’s Indian Hindu wedding was beautiful! With details like delicate peacock feathers and flower centerpieces, a view to the ocean, and an Indian wedding lengha in rich red and gold, we want to be there too!

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Photographer Joanna Tano shares a quick moment with us:

Everly of Maui Indian Weddings did such a wonderful job on all of the details. I am so excited to share images from Sonali & Rajeev's beautiful wedding day. Their event was colorful, stunningly beautiful, and very inspiring to photograph!

Pretty pretty pretty! I picked out our favorite wedding photos below. Which was really hard to do!

Sonali is ready. She's wearing a dark and luxurious red and gold lengha that is intricately embroidered.

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Lovely rose garlands for the jai mala

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Dark pink and blue fabrics frame the mandap, while flowers accent the corners. Fabrics tie in perfect to those ocean breezes, everything floats in the air.

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Pink orchids with peacock feathers serve as table centerpieces

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The guests are all dolled up in Indian outfits. Don't they look stunning?

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Sonali and Rajeev making a scene for their reception entrance

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A peacock feather painted wedding cake!

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They took a few day after photos. It's a great way to feel relaxed but still on an adrenaline high from the wedding. Love this photo shot on the colorful canoes at a beach garden.

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Thank you so much for sharing your wedding with us!

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Photographer: Joanna Tano, Wailuku, Hawaii

Coordinator: Maui Indian Weddings & Bollywood Parties

Venue: Kaanapali Coffee Estate

Second Photographer: Naomi Levit

Rentals: Hawaiian Style Event Rentals

Florals: Dellables

Officiant: Pandit Kedar St. John

Nails, hair, makeup and henna/mehndi – Maui Mobile Spa

Caterer: Fedwell Catering

Cake: Maui Wedding Cakes

Video: Douglas Deboer

DJ: Maui Beats

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