Glamorous South Asian Wedding in Cabo

Let’s Just Say No Detail is Overlooked when a Wedding Planner Gets Married

Are you ready to witness the most glamorous South Asian wedding ever? Taking everyone’s breath away, our romantic Pisces couple decided to get married in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico and the result was a beach destination wedding that is equal parts chic and romantic. The entire celebration left us in awe about the venue’s, Paradisus Los Cabos scenery and accommodations.

The bride, Nirjary who’s a wedding planner extraordinaire herself at KIS Cubed Events made sure to add a plethora of dreamy luxe details, resulting in an ethereal glamorous wedding. for the books.

From the rituals and decor to bride and groom’s outfits, this South Asian destination wedding in Cabo is filled with one pin-worthy moment after another one. If you find the below images by Nadia D Photography inspiring, we compel you to look at the FULL GALLERY and discover even more of this elegant affair and catch the interview with the bride below. We are sure you will find a whole palette of inspiring aesthetical values for your special day – ranging from décor and floral artistry to whimsical theme ideas!

South asian wedding decor - Nadia D Photo
South asian bride - Nadia D Photo
South Asian Wedding - Nadia D Photo
South Asian Bride Wedding Dress - Lehenga - Nadia D Photo
Diamond Wedding Ring - Nadia D Photo
South asian bride hair and makeup - Nadia D Photo
Beach wedding ceremony - Nadia D Photo
South asian wedding - Nadia D Photo
Beach wedding ceremony - Nadia D Photo
South asian wedding in Cabo - Nadia D Photo
Tablescape with candelabra centerpiece - Nadia D Photo
Luxury gold wedding centerpiece - Nadia D Photo
White rose wedding centerpiece - Nadia D Photo
Glamorous indoor wedding reception with crystal chandeliers and candelabras - Nadia D Photo
Luxury gold wedding centerpiece - Nadia D Photo
Glamorous Non Floral Wedding centerpiece with lamps - Nadia D Photo
wedding reception with crystal chandeliers and candelabras - Nadia D Photo
wedding reception with crystal chandeliers and candelabras - Nadia D Photo
Luxury place setting on mirror table - Nadia D Photo
lamorous South Asian Wedding in Cabo - Nadia D Photo
Wedding reception glamorous - Nadia D Photo
Red marble wedding cake - Nadia D Photo
wedding reception with crystal chandeliers and candelabras - Nadia D Photo
Wedding first dance photo - Nadia D Photo
wedding reception with crystal chandeliers and candelabras - Nadia D Photo
Wedding tablescape for luxury wedding - Nadia D Photo
Tablescape with candelabra centerpiece - Nadia D Photo
Non floral luxury wedding centerpiece - Nadia D Photo
Glamorous South Asian Wedding in Cabo - Nadia D Photo

Interview with the Bride/Wedding Planner…

Tell us about your Indian Destination Wedding in Cabo – your vision, inspiration & vendors you used:

Amit & I got married in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico at the Paradisus Los Cabos in a beach-side fete ordained by a traditional Hindu Brahmin that was intimate with 175 of our closest and dearest family & friends. The day was absolutely perfect with the weather. Since I’m a planner and have worked with other bride’s on their weddings, I knew I wanted to get married on or near the water. Both Amit and I are Pisces and we are true water signs and felt so at peace. I wanted to be super relaxed on that day, so I started with waking up early, meditating and making sure my room was super clean and spotless and everything was set-up and ready for the photographers and cinematographers and my family and bridesmaids that were to join me in the getting ready process.   Amit on the other hand, woke up pretty late and started his morning with mimosa with his groomsmen.I chose a color palate with all water colors.  Our wedding day trousseau were deep jade green designed by Archana Kocchar from Mumbai, and we asked all of our guest and our family to dress in shades of green. Our décor was truly zen like on the day of the wedding with a mirrored column Mandap cascading from above with a Capice shell ceiling that when the wind blew just chimed and created a surreal effect .I had access to work with the best in the business and chose to work with designer Vikram Panickar of Vikram Design and locally we worked with Yahwee Garcia of Del Cabo Events to bring his local swag and pizazz and resources. We started with a Groom’s procession Baarat that went through the resort and ended on the beach, and once the ceremony finished we all got changed and headed to a Black Tie Formal Reception with a theme of everything candlelit, crystals, chandeliers, and the palace of Versailles Hall of mirrors. Since am pretty allergic to floral we only had about 54 roses in the whole room so  you will see very little use of floral during all the wedding events. My reception dress was something I sketched out and had brought to life. I love feathers and one thing I wanted was for my dress to create drama. At the reception I had one of my former brides who is a Yale school of music graduate in Opera, sing our first dance song to Tale As Old as Time from Beauty and the Beast accompanied by a local duo of violin and bansuree (Indian flute) and a piano. The feeling was super ethereal with all the fog and haze and lighting, it felt very romantic. We served a menu that was family style and later danced the night way till 6 am.

Why did you choose to have a destination wedding in Cabo?

I wanted to get married somewhere that I had not done a wedding and both my husband and I wanted something intimate and on a beach. We both love being on water.

What did you and your husband feel was the most memorable part of all the destination wedding events?

The most memorable part for us was being able to spend time or at least talk to each one of our guest. I think for both of us, the most incredible moment was during the wedding ceremony when we were both under the Mandap (Altar) and we looked out at all the people there, knowing that they truly cared about us and wanted to be there.  The Capice Shells clinging like wind chimes, the sounds, views, the love we felt in that moment, and the energy of all 5 elements (Earth, Wind, Water, Fire, Sky/Sun) being present during our ceremony was truly magical.

Did anything surprising happen?

There were many surprises that we planned for our guest during each event. I think one thing my husband was not expecting was a dance performance by me with fire dancers.  Also during the reception we had one of my former clients who is an amazing Opera singer sing our first dance song to “Tale As Old at Time” from Beauty and the Beast.  And indoor fireworks for our grand entrance! It was truly a fun week full of amazing family and friends who came from all over and lots of laughter

See every live detail on the amazing video and then hope into the full gallery…

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