The elaborately carved swing is the picture backdrop for the visitors. An vintage masterpiece creation its harking back to the Maharaja days. This can be a good touch of nostalgia to make the reception enjoyable. The entrance to the barn has large sliding barn doors, custom carved and hand rubbed with subtle earthy hues of greens and blues. The muse is Mother Nature and inspiration is the rustic romance of old woods.
The groom's room has arched window mirrors whitewashed to offset the country wooden walls. Exuding masculinity the massive wine chest armoire sits on the side and homes the bar. The bride's room has a massive antique arch as a ground mirror, good for footage and a whimsical damchiya as a make up chest. Bohemian with a contact of whimsy, the stylish antiques and simplicity of the surroundings is breathtaking. Armoires placed strategically work as wine chests and the country wooden sideboards are sensible to be used as buffet servers.
Trying into the space are granite sculptures of elephants and Buddha, positioned in the stream of water working through the acreage.
The stay band plays hit songs, a mixture of the previous and new and everyone gets up to dance together with the bride and groom. Joyful and romantic the open air wedding within the scenic setting of architectural antiquities is divine and holistic. Merging with nature and drawing in her essence the beginning to a contented everlasting union.