Aishu and Keegan met in Boston in 2014 as roommates while sharing an apartment with friends on Beacon Street. While the two remember their first meeting differently, Keegan remembering seeing Aishu on the street on his way to the apartment that day for the very first time and Aishu remembering meeting him for the first time on the porch that same day, one memory stands out the most, that Keegan was smitten from day one.
Our bride and groom chose Lord Thompson Manor for its romantic and homey setting. They were especially excited for the “breathtaking ceremony location”, the greenery of the ivy covered walls and the candle lit atmosphere of the Manor.
We started our day with Aishu as he she got ready for her first look with her brides maids, her father and then Keegan. Adorned with the traditional red bridal sari, intricate and lacy henna as well as sparking jewelry Aishu was a vision. The anticipation was building as Keegan waited under the garden arbor for his first look with his bride. After Aishu made her was down the stone steps and across the lawn to Keegan, the two had their first look and then shared personal vows with each other before their official wedding ceremony took place with guests.
The ceremony itself was incredibly special and personal with the inclusion of American and Indian traditions throughout. The two not only exchanged rings but also floral garlands. They also included their brothers in the ceremony, one as officiant and one playing music.
The celebration that followed was filled with music, dancing, delicious food, laughter and wonderful toasts. The dining room was overflowing with incredible florals of white, burgundy and reds with table decor of ivory, watercolor pinks, golds and greens and twinkling candles. The cake in itself was a work of art, covered in beautiful flowers just waiting to be picked to get to the sweet treat inside!
Keegan and Aishu, it was so lovely to meet you and be part of your incredible wedding day. Wishing you both all the best in your many years to come!
Thank you Joseph Gonzalez-Dufresne for the beautiful cover photo! https://www.helloimjoe.com