- 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
- Event Planning: The Wedding Page
- Invites & Artwork: Vaibhav Tyagi
- Venue: Alila Diwa, Goa
Apeksha and Midhun’s destination wedding in Goa was a vibrant ‘two states’ wedding! The couple’s story began when they met at a Goan wedding. They swiped right on Tinder as somehow they both had the same profile picture with a minion from Universal Studios, Singapore. Apeksha hails Jaipur while Midhun comes from the famous temple city of Madurai. Their initial dating was a long-distance one with weekend travels just to be with each other. Midhun got tired of the distance and decided to take a leap of faith as he switched jobs and moved to Mumbai to be near Apeksha. Midhun proposed to Apeksha when they were vacationing together in Europe and of course she said yes!
Their 2 day long wedding celebrations kicked-off with a sun-kissed haldi ceremony. The event had a Goan holiday vibe honouring the location of the wedding. The sangeet had a Bolly-Tolly tadka night theme and was a night for the guests to deck up in suits and gowns and dance the night away. They got married in two styles to celebrate their respective cultures. The South Indian kalyanam had beautiful traditional decor of banana leaves and mogras and was held outdoors under sunny skies. The couple wore traditional South Indian attire. The North Indian wedding was held in the evening under the stars and had a pink theme to celebrate Apeksha’s love for pink.
We loved how the couple had thoughtfully planned the entire wedding – right from the dreamy decor to the colour-coordinated themes to the inspiring artwork to the two ceremonies honouring both the bride’s and the groom’s North-South Indian cultures! For a more traditional ‘Two States wedding’, check out Sachi and Anish’s wedding.