Saloni and Brian kicked off their Indian-Catholic fusion wedding weekend with a combination of a mendhi and sangeet party. The setting, sunset at the glorious Forte De Cruz, Estoril, a stunning fort located directly on the beach. You have to see it to believe it.

The Hindu wedding took place on the second day at Penha Longa’s beautiful Núncio Garden, the Hindu ceremony was witnessed by 200 closest family members and friends in glorious sunshine. The Baraat marked the beginning of the ceremony. Brian, together with his friends and family was welcomed to Núncio by the bride´s family. The bright combination of flowers by Marta Ferraz from The Flow framed the mandap and provided additional splendour to an already stunning setting. Saloni´s looked gorgeous with her dress created by Rashi from SARA Design Studio. On Sunday the Catholic ceremony was performed in a romantic church located on the hotel grounds itself. After the ceremony cocktails were enjoyed in the Monastery Garden whilst being serenaded by a live saxophone performance. The party moved upstairs for dinner and to laugh at the expressive and eloquent speeches. The cake was cut and a truly vivid and emotional video of the weekend was projected for the party to see. The video filmed and edited by VIP Weddings drew many tears and captured the highlights and passions of the weekend. The couple performed their first dance in the fabulous Noble Room and were followed by the spectacular dancing group organised by Artist Key who opened up the dance floor to the guests. The music didn’t stop till the sun was rising the next day.Beautiful video from Vip Weddings Films and stunning photos captured by Fábio Azanha – Fotojornalismo em Casamento

Saloni and her family have become more than simply clients, they have become true friends that will remain forever in my heart…



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