Reema and Spencer’s Cultural Fusion Wedding

Reema and Spencer wanted a wedding that honored both of their cultures and included all of their friends and family. They chose Temple Har Shalom, a sleek modern building nestled in the lush greenery of the mountains outside Park City, Utah as their venue. The temple offered stunning views that created the perfect backdrop to the vibrant colors adorning the mandap, a traditional Hindu wedding alter, that was erected for the ceremony, for which the bride and groom both wore traditional Indian wedding clothes, Reema looking gorgeous in her impeccably detailed sari and Spencer exuding a regal air in his sherwani.

For the reception, Reema and Spencer changed into traditional western wedding clothes to celebrate Spencer’s family and culture with a classic American wedding dinner. We love that Reema’s second look still embraces her Indian culture while blending seamlessly into a modern, western wedding and Spencer is just as handsome in his tux as he was in his traditional Indian suit.

So many gorgeous details came together to make this vibrant celebration a true blend of Reema and Spencer’s cultures. The same fabric that adorned the ceremony mandap was also hung over the dance floor to tie in a feeling of celebration. Amber glass votives and rich deep burgundy napkins combined with the greenery to give the table settings a refined, elegant feel, prefect for outdoor dining and a large map at the entrance to the reception showed how far some of their guests had travelled to share their wonderful unique celebration, the perfect beginning to Reema and Spencer’s new life together.

Photographer:  Jessica White Photography//Reception Venue: Temple Har Shalom//DJ: Tejmohan Bhatia- DJ//Cinema and Video: Forevermore Films//Tuxedo and Mens Attire:Tuxedo Junction//Caterer:Bombay House//Caterer: Hruska's Kolaches//Floral Designer: Fleur and Stems//Design and Decor: Hoopes Events//Event Designer: Hoopes Events//Event Planner: Hoopes Events//

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