Nirali & Nimeet's Colorful Tropical Indian Wedding {Cancun}

January 13, 2016 - by Kate

Hello wedding lovers and future brides out there! We have such a treat for you today. You will just adore Nirali and Nimeet's colorful and tropical Indian wedding in Cancun. Nirali's makeup is absolutely exquisite here, no?

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Nirali truly made for a breathtaking bride in shades of traditional red and gold and a red lip to match her breathtaking wedding outfit. Photographer Jonathan Cossu captured the elegance and charm of Nirali and Nimeet's big day.

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Female family members helped Nirali prepare for her big moment. They made sure every pin was fastened, sash draped just so and of course, that she was relaxed and excited for her wedding day.

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Nirali and Nimeet's elegant beach wedding ended with a grand entrance surrounded by tiki torches and raucous dancing well into the night. Nirali's reception outfit seemed like the perfect one to go along with her beach venue, as it reminded me of the perfect golden pink sunset.

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Guests had fun well into the night with raucous dancing and celebrating in the warmth and fun of Cancun. How cool is that torch entrance?!

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Congratulations you two lovebirds! Wishing you all the best and many happy years together.


Venue: Moon Palace Golf and Spa Resort // Photographer: Jonathan Cossu Photography

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