Apeksha’s Outfits: House of Masaba (Haldi), Aneesh Agarwal (Sangeet), Anita Dongre (Wedding)
Midhun’s Outfits: Raymonds (Sangeet), Purusham (Wedding)
MUA: Bianca Tiatia
Choreography: Best Foot Forward
DJ: DJ Godwin Sequeira
Decor: PropShopGoa by FM Events
Invites & Artwork: Vaibhav Tyagi
Planners: The Wedding Page
Venue: Alila Diwa, Goa

Apeksha and Midhun had a vibrant and unforgettable destination wedding at Goa. Their unique love story unfolded on an online dating app. What caught their attention was that both of them had a display picture with the same minion taken at Universal Studios in Singapore. They started chatting and eventually embarked on a long-distance relationship. Apeksha was working in Mumbai at the time while Midhun was based in Bangalore and their relationship involved weekend travels just to be together.. Midhun decided to take a leap of faith, switching jobs and relocating to Mumbai to be closer to Apeksha. The magical moment arrived during one of their vacations to Europe, where Midhun proposed and received an ecstatic “yes” from Apeksha.

The couple’s two-day wedding extravaganza commenced with a sun-kissed haldi ceremony, embracing the laid-back Goan holiday vibe. The sangeet, themed as a Bolly-Tolly tadka night, invited guests to don their finest suits and gowns, immersing themselves in a night of music and dance. The wedding ceremonies paid homage to their respective cultures. The Tamil kalyanam embraced the beauty of traditional South Indian decor, featuring banana leaves and jasmine flowers, set against the backdrop of sunny skies. The North Indian pheras, held under the starry night sky, showcased a captivating pink theme, symbolizing Apeksha’s love for the color.

We love this meticulously planned wedding, where every detail, from the enchanting decor to the colour-coordinated themes, and the awe-inspiring artwork, harmoniously celebrated the diversity of both Apeksha and Midhun’s cultures. Apeksha is the head designer at one of the leading wedding decor houses in India and her flair can be seen reflected in all the aesthetics of the wedding. For a more traditional ‘Two States wedding’, we invite you to explore Sachi and Anish’s wedding.