Toronto Fusion Wedding
Today on the blog, we are featuring one of our own Toronto fusion weddings from August 2014. We wanted to give you lovely readers an idea of a simple fusion Hindu wedding. The bride is Guyanese (of mixed religious descent) and the groom is Trinidadian, of Hindu descent. They wanted to have a traditional ceremony with a fun, Western style reception. Enjoy the gallery!
The bride and groom decided to have a traditional Hindu wedding on the first day of their wedding weekend. The second day of their Toronto fusion wedding weekend was their traditional Western wedding reception. This is a fun idea because each day had a completely different look! The wedding ceremony was held in Brampton at the Chinmaya Mission Toronto . The reception was held at Red Rose Convention Centre .
On the first day, the bride and groom wore traditional Indian attire. The bride wore a red lehenga with beautiful mehendi (henna) adorning her hands. The groom wore a kurta with a matching turban. On the second day of their Toronto fusion wedding, the bride wore a traditional white wedding gown and the groom wore a three-piece suit. The bride and groom purchased their Indian attire in Brampton and Mississauga. The bride purchased her wedding gown in Unionville. Enjoy the professional photos, taken by Sabih Usman of Accentuated Moments Photography , now based out of Calgary. Enjoy!