If the three events (Mehndi, Garba and Wedding Ceremony) leading up to Sapna and TJ’s reception were any indication of their style and appreciation for the finer details, then you can only imagine what we mustered up for their grand finale. While we repurposed some staple elements from the Wedding Ceremony held earlier in the day, we introduced several new pieces. For example, you’ll recognize the rustic arch made of branches, twigs, flowers, and candles hung off of hanging crystal beads, used to create the Mandap. A second arch was placed around the wedding cake table, near the stage. Using orange, coral and champagne colored flowers and table linens, we brightened up the room with the complementary colors. Some of the guest tables had matching bouquets hoisted on top of twisted branches, while a few of the guest tables had the same bouquets suspended off of an acrylic stand with crystal beads strung above a bed of candles. Given the mix of table sizes — including rounds, squares and estates — we ensured each group of table had its own set of unique centerpieces.