Wedding Recap: Amisha and Ricky’s Indian Wedding at the Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh International Airport

Amisha and Ricky were married at the Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh International Airport. This was my first Indian wedding ever – I’d never even been a guest at one – and it was so exciting!

Amisha’s ceremony outfit was obviously gorgeous, as was the Mehndi she had done the night before:

Pittsburgh Indian wedding

Mehndi for Pittsburgh Indian wedding

After she was dressed, she headed downstairs for her first look with her entourage in tow:

Pittsburgh Indian wedding

Before the ceremony even started, her niece/flower girl had already had enough with her shoes and was adorably running around barefoot:

Flower girl at Pittsburgh Indian wedding

Amisha walked down the aisle with her brother and was revealed to Ricky, her eager groom:

Walking down the aisle at Pittsburgh Indian wedding

Great reveal at Pittsburgh Indian wedding

Their Mandap was absolutely stunning:

Mandap at Pittsburgh Indian wedding

Once they were married, they headed down the hall and up the elevator, to change into their second outfits of the night:

Pittsburgh Indian wedding

Pittsburgh Indian wedding

Hand-in-hand, they came back downstairs to the reception:

Pittsburgh Indian wedding

Much like everything else in the wedding, their rings and flowers were gorgeous:

Rings and bouquet at Pittsburgh Indian wedding

The two of them were a beautiful couple, entering their reception space:

Reception entrance at Pittsburgh Indian wedding

Since they are serious Krispy Kreme fans, those were obviously featured during their cocktail hour:

Krispy Kreme at Pittsburgh Indian wedding

The dance floor was packed for the rest of the night:

Pittsburgh Indian wedding

Dancing at Pittsburgh Indian wedding

Dancing at Pittsburgh Indian wedding

Dancing at Pittsburgh Indian wedding

And Amisha’s third dress was definitely suited for dancing:

Bride dancing at Pittsburgh Indian wedding

Thank you so much to Amisha and Ricky for letting me be a part of your night. It was definitely a celebration, and one I’m unlikely to ever forget!

Pittsburgh Indian wedding

Photography and Videography: George Street Photos & Video, lead photographer Jared Marsh
Venue: Hyatt Regency Pittsburgh International Airport
Mandap: Mandap Design
DJ: DJ BIKS, Bikram Keith
Florist: Botanical Emporium
Cake: Bethel Bakery
Makeup Artist: Valerie Panei

Categories: Pittsburgh, Recap, Wedding


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  1. Posted September 12, 2015 at 9:33 am | Permalink

    Indian wedding comes with loads of responsibilities and customs. Each and every custom in Indian wedding is of utmost importance and is special in its own ways. All these indian functions and customs are adorable..i like this functions and fond of attend them.i like your post with indian style married..thanks for sharing.

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