Rishwa and Dave, a celebrated their marriage at a beautiful backdrop for their fusion Mashantucket Pequot Museum wedding.
Rishwa, who is of South Asian descent and Dave of Fillipino descent, hired our team to produce a 200+ guest wedding that fused each of their cultures. Rishwa’s family wanted to ensure that she married under a mandap, at an auspicious time and Daves wanted to ensure that he doned a custom black tuxedo to represent the formalities of his culture.
Coming in about 8 weeks prior to wedding day, a Wedding Management client, our team ensured that the timelines, the decor and vendors all worked together to produce their perfect Mashantucket Pequot Museum Wedding.
The day started with hair and makeup at the penthouse at Foxwood’s resort & Casino. With 10 attendants and mothers of the couple, we started the beauty treatments around 5am. Our photography team arrived to capture the details of Rishwa’s bracelets, the invitation and her mother assisting her with dressing.
Rishwa and Dave were then whisked away to the Mashantucket Pequot museum’s clock tower for a private first look. The couple was able to take 30 minutes for private pictures and to really decompress before the day’s festivities began.
In the Mashantucket Pequot museum wedding courtyard, their wedding ceremony took place and lasted for 90 minutes.
Rishwa and Dave’s guests were then treated to a 90 minute cocktail reception, where they are traditional Indian and Filipino foods.
The couple and their attendants were then introduced into the fusion Mashantucket Pequot wedding reception space, which features a domed glass, from ceiling to the floor.
The couple danced the night away after a spectacular fireworks display that was a surprise to their friends and family.
Our team had an amazing time with these cool kids and can’t wait to produce more Mashantucket Pequot weddings.