A Charming Sydney Soiree That Spells ‘Dream Wedding’ Like No Other

Natasha & Chinmay


A wedding is nothing less than a fairytale that a bride weaves with her heart’s desires, love, and dreams that she’s been holding onto since forever. And sometimes, we come across a bride who ends up curating a wedding that resonates with not just her own but, every bridal heart out there; that satiates every bride’s wedding dreams. And one such wedding is that of Natasha and Chinmay, who’s soiree is literally all the romance and cheer we need amidst the pandemic.

Fabricated on a canvas of Australian skies and environs, Natasha & Chinmay’s wedding was one extravagant gala that breathed in both sorbet-hued elegance and bright effervescence. Whether it was the unique decor or the bride’s statement looks, whether it was her outfits that were the talk of the town or the aesthetic shots, every bit of their wedding choices were lauded; especially by the gram.

Hosted in these tough times in the prettiest and most inspiring way possible, their revelries are a proof that you can live the wedding of your dreams no matter what! And all you’d need is a keen eye for the details, the right team to work with, and of course, lots of love and hope in your heart. And if you’ve been seeking some inspiration for your own soiree, this is all you need!

About The Couple

Their Tale

Natasha and Chinmay met at the University through their mutual friends. He bought her a coffee once and little did they know that when she’d be returning the favor a few weeks later, they would embark on journey that was going to last forever. The duo revels in the simple things that life has to offer like staying in and watching movies together, going for walks, and travelling.

The Proposal

How Chinmay planned and proposed to Natasha on their third anniversary (which was a huge milestone for her) is oh-so-romantic and literally straight out of dreams! To celebrate their anniversary weekend, he first took her back to where they first met and went on a date together. The next day, under the pretense of taking her for a breakfast, Chinmay took Natasha to the airport blindfolded, to board a flight to Melbourne (from Sydney) where he’d booked the most luxurious apartment she’d ever seen in her favorite hotel, Crown.

The bride quotes, “He took me to dinner which was so romantic and he told me he wanted to change his shoes before we finished our night out so we went back to the apartment, only to find it covered with rose petals, candles and photos of us. There was a huge box in the middle of the room that he asked me to open. Out of the box came a heart-shaped balloon with the words “Will you marry me?”. By the time I looked down I saw him on one knee with a beautiful ring in his hand. I said “Yes!” and from there, our forever began.”

The Details

Wedding Planning & Details

Right from the kind of wedding to the kind of lehenga she’d be slipping into, Natasha knew exactly what she wanted! And with inspiration from Pinterest, Instagram, and wedding blogs, along with the creative geniuses of the vendor teams, she planned and curated a breathtaking wedding.

Hosted at her home and different palatial properties across Sydney, Natasha and Chinmay’s indoor wedding was all about celebrating with their loved ones in style. With Decor-A-Shaan & Anna Wang as their decor and styling allies, the duo brought their wedding decor vision to life.

And while everybody reveled in the love and happiness together, the teams of KS. Creative Photography & Rolling Canvas Presentations captured every bit of in timeless frames.

The Intimate Home Mehendi

If you want to know how to host that hatke mehendi ceremony at your home then Natasha’s is all the inspiration you need. A heartwarming affair drenched in romantic pastels, the decor was breathing in hues of reds, pinks, white, and earthy tones.

Decor-A-shaan along with Fluer Walls & Decor, Lilac & Willow, and Elegant Tea Time curated an intimate sit-down setup with rugs, cushions, flowers, candles, lanterns, and a welcome signage.

Fashioned against a white and gold cutwork backdrop, the couch bridal seating was adorned with complementing cushions, lanterns, antique vessels, hearty blooms, and dried flowers.

Couple Looks

Styled by Nikki Arora to a tee, Natasha pulled off an offbeat pastel-hued look for the day in a simplistic ice blue Sabyasachi saree paired with an embroidered blouse.

While a stunning polki and ruby choker and a complementing rani haar amped up her look, a tousled rose adorned side braid, smokey-shimmery eyes, flushed cheeks, and nude lips made it all pop perfectly!

Chinmay, on the other hand, coordinated with his lady love flawlessly in a printed bandi and white kurta-churidaar set from Manyavar Mohey.

The Pink-Themed Haldi

Hosted at her home itself, Natasha’s haldi ceremony centered around the hues of pink is nothing you’d have ever seen before. With Fluer Walls & Decor, stylist Decor-A-Shaan set up a pretty baby pink draped mandap for her haldi seating.

While the roof of the setting was festooned with cascading thread tassels and potli button-style pom pom strings, an antique chair, water vessels, and candle lanterns completed the setup.

Natasha's Look

Keeping up with the aesthetics, Natasha slipped into a blooming pink and white Anita Dongre ensemble that lent her a ‘fresh as a dewdrop’ look.

To top it off, matching bangles and floral jewellery from Prune India accessorized her look spectacularly. Whereas, open tresses and softly flushed makeup were the perfect finishing touches that this romantic haldi look needed!

Pastel-Themed Pheras

For the royal and pastel-themed soiree, a stunning white and lilac hued mandap by was set up that complemented the couple’s wedding looks.

Hosted at the Curzon Hall, Sydney, fresh blooms in hues of white, lilac, and pastel pinks adorned the entire space making it look like a floral wonderland.

Couple Looks

The duo looked like a daydream together in their complementing beige and lilac Frontier Raas ensembles. While Chinmay looked like a true royalty in his embroidered beige sherwani paired with a lilac stole and safa, Natasha twirled in her lehenga resplendently.

Marked with intricate thread and sequin embroideries with hints of multiple hues, the lehenga was oozing with a glimmering charm of its own. Natasha further accessorized her look with glorious polki and baby pink beaded jewels that included a choker set, a necklace, striking bangles and haath-phools.

Nikki Arora worked the charm of her makeup wand and gave Natasha soft shimmery eyes and a nude lip complemented by a tousled floral bun.

The Bridal Party

While the sister-of-the-bride looked absolutely radiant in a white lehenga, the rest of the bridesmaids slipped into matching surreal pastel grey sarees from Soch Stories.

The Groom Squad

And of course, Chinmay’s gang of hunks looked smashing in their pastel pink bandis and Ivory kurta-churidaar sets from Manyavar Mohey.

The Glamorous Reception

Hosted at the Hyatt Regency, Sydney, the royal and formal themed reception was a riot of red roses and LIT elements. Bedecked by ace planner & stylist Anna Wang, the red couple stage stood like a show stopper ornamented with roses, foliage, candles, and an extravagant chandelier.

With a dance stage in the center surrounded by elegant black table settings furnished with antique & crystal candelabras, the vibe of the reception was super warm and close-knit.

Natasha's Look

Ending the revelries on a super voguish note, Natasha quite literally swooned the Internet with her reception look. Clad in a velvet Sabyasachi lehenga laden with fine floral embroideries and boasting of a super chic neckline, she went all glam and modish!

With an edgy bangle set adorning her wrists, a statement choker by Labels of Love elevating her look by multifolds, open wavy locks, and bold smokey eyes, her top notch look stole hearts.

Chinmay's Look

For the formal reception, Chinmay went all crisp and dapper in a black three-piece suit, white shirt, and a contrasting bow-tie.

Tips From The Bride

  • Savor the moment and take in as much as you can of all the love, happiness, and blessings from the wedding week.
  • Plan as much as you possibly can before the wedding and once it is the wedding week, let go and let everything happen whether it is going along with your plans or not!
  • Remember that you and your husband-to-be are in this together and it is a celebration of your love—that is all that matters!

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