Corals and Pinks for an Indian Groom and Bride, Goa, India

Corals and Pinks for an Indian Groom and Bride, Goa, India

Our marathon floral job has come to a close. This is the last hurrah, the Wedding Reception in Goa, India. The Amaryllis, Coral Charm Peonies and Astilbe from Holland have held up and the tables are ready for the last night’s party. Bridget’s fabricated pagoda-shaped structures have been draped with hundreds of feet of Plumosa fern garlands, and the candelabrum have been festooned in a delicate, local, coral-colored bloom. A beautiful finale for a beautiful couple. “Kudos,” to Bridget and Bridget Vizoso Design and thank you for bringing me along on your Indian Adventure. It will live with me forever.

 

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Thousands of local, coral-colored blossoms make up these floral-garland covered candelabrum. The Indian florists who wove them did so with superhuman dexterity and speed.

 

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Photography Beth Horta.

 

One Comment

  • by Jiwung Yun, post on | Reply

    Hello Beth! I remember you talking about India while I was taking courses at FSNY. I think Indian wedding is one of the most beauful parts of Hindu culture and you’ve definitely witnessed it!

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