Indian culture meets American tradition in these two ceremonies

By on Jun. 27th

Two heritages, two weddings, two times the swanky wedding! Lauren and Ben chose to host their ceremonies over two days to honor the families involved. They decided to use the color red to add some cohesion between the ceremonies and the reception. All of the events were held at a vinyard in Braselton, Georgia called Chateau Elan, which looks gorgeously swanky.

Zoomworks Photography had the pleasure of photographing all of the festivities and said, "The sight of their guests swaying on the dance floor to the sound of a big band, rich table decorations of deep, bright flowers and softly flickering candles was a picture I won't soon forget."

Ben's Indian heritage was represented in the first ceremony (along with a huge Indian feast!)


The Jai Mala flower garland exchange.


Ceremony part two! What an awesome space.


Ben's beloved Bulldog makes his grand entrance as ring pooch.


The event design was done by Edge Design Group.


Um… NOM. The cakes were made by Hofer's of Helen.


It's not all fancy cakes. These two love their doughnuts!


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