Guests from all over the world flew in for Vinita and Aron’s elegant winter wedding day. Warm and inviting, they incorporated details with nods towards the holiday season without being over the top. Modern Vintage Events helped the vision come to life with bold colors, textured linens made from fabrics of India, and custom napkins that hold a significant meaning with a story behind their first date. Romantic, heart-warming, and absolutely darling, you’re going to love these images from Cody & Allison Photography!
Vinita + Aron
Modern Vintage Events: Vinita + Aron are two of the most caring people. Family is very important to them and they have meaningful connection with so many friends. They truly care about those around them. Vinita and Aron met at a law conference while living in different states. Vinita was living in Washington DC and Aron was living in Birmingham. Their first date was in her hometown of Nashville. They realized quickly that they had a rare and special connection. On one of their dates someone dropped a cocktail napkin on the table that said, “You Should Marry Her. Roll Tide”. (Aron is an Alabama Football fan.)
Modern Vintage Events: When it came to their wedding they wanted it cozy, warm and elegant. They added many personal touches while truly considering their guests who travelled from all over the US, India, Europe and Australia. One of these touches included cocktail napkins to match the one from their date. Their colors were deep burgundy and indigo with natural greens. They added a holiday feel without it feeling too much like a holiday wedding. They carefully selected fabrics from India to use on some of their guest tables and put thought into each color, fabric and texture on the tables. In lieu of favors they donated to a school for blind children in India and gave bookmarks made by them as favors.
Modern Vintage Events: Their speeches were heartfelt and truly showed how much love they had for one another and how much their families have for them. After dinner Vinita surprised Aron with a serenade of KC & JoJo’s “All My Life” and then the Motown band picked up with “I Found a Love” by Wilson Pickett. Aaron swept Vinita out on the dance floor and all the guests followed. It was truly a night of celebration and love.