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
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.
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.”