Khyati and Parth’s chic beach wedding by the sparkling waters in Riviera Maya, Mexico had everything a bride could want: breathtaking flowers and décor, sumptuous meals, and plenty of moments that leave you smiling every time you think of them.
Take a closer look at the details that made this such an incredible experience for Khyati, Parth and their guests.
Khyati and Parth’s wedding journey began when they worked with us to determine the best location and resort. It can feel overwhelming if you do this on your own but without help, they were able to quickly narrow down the options and find the best resorts that are experienced in South Asian weddings.
We advised that they have some of the events be at Generations Riviera Maya and its sister property next door, El Dorado Royale. This offers guests double the amenities as they enjoyed celebrating this beautiful couple throughout the week. And, it gives more venue options for the different wedding events.
Our clients worked with the amazing wedding planner Preeti of Preeti Exclusive Events. What we love about her is that she treats each wedding as though it was one for her own family member.
She builds great relationships with her clients and earns their trust through her impeccable level of organization and attention to detail.
The wedding photography and videography was by Prime House Productions. As you can see from the shots here, their work is truly magazine-worthy! They have a way of capturing the heart of each person they photograph so that their spirit really shines through.
We appreciate the level of creativity they bring to projects and their deep dedication to doing a great job. We also would like to recognize the outstanding work of Shrey Patel Photography who captured some especially beautiful shots of our clients prior to their departure.
Transportation was by Weddings by Lomas Travel. This allowed guests to get picked up and taken right to the resort easily. This is a wonderful service to include so that your guests feel taken care of from the moment they arrive.
Floral décor for the wedding was by Etirios Floral Atelier. We are consistently amazed by the quality of their work and the level of creativity they bring to weddings. They have a talent for creating the perfect ambience whether its for your ceremony, reception, haldi, sangeet or any other event.
During the ceremony, Khyati and Parth chose to include something extra special: a painting of them done live during their ceremony! This is a wedding trend that has taken off especially for destination weddings.
We don’t see this one going away anytime soon as it is a beautiful keepsake that you’ll admire for years. The painting was by Juliana Casali.
Khyati’s glam team included makeup by Glamorous Vibes, hair by Bombay Hair and mehndi by Henna for All NY and Henna by Priti. We love that each of these vendors was able to help create a look for her that was elegant no matter what she wore.
DJ HR Beats from Premier DJs USA made sure the crowd stayed energized especially during the baraat. For the reception, they danced while holding glow sticks and enjoying the confetti that fell from above.
We love that DJ HR Beats brings a level of expertise that keeps crowds moving.
With the rest of the Premier DJs team, he helped make Khyati and Parth’s wedding truly memorable and enjoyable.
A wedding this amazing only comes together this well when you have exceptional vendor partners who take such good care of your clients. We’d like to thank the following
Wedding travel concierge: Indian Destination Wedding
Wedding planner: Preeti Exclusive Events
Wedding photography and videography on-site: Prime House Productions
Photography (prior to departure): Shrey Patel Photography
Transportation: Weddings by Lomas Travel
Floral: Etirios Floral Atelier
Hair: Bombay Hair
Live painting: Juliana Casali
Ready to plan your South Asian wedding in Mexico or the Caribbean? We’ll help you find the right resort for you and bring together all the travel details for you and your guests. And we’ll even connect you with vendors that specialize in South Asian weddings so you can shorten your wedding to-do list.