Khusbu and Parth’s Wedding at Hilton Palm Beach Airport
When a brief meeting with someone leaves a deep and lasting impact on you, it is definitely a connection worth exploring! This connection is exactly what Khusbu Patel and Parth Shah pursued.
Khusbu and Parth met each other briefly through mutual friends and started dating in 2016. Two years later, Parth proposed to Khusbu at the majestic Akshardham temple in Delhi. He proposed to her in front of God, literally! As both of them are very religious, Parth proposed in front of the Shri Nilkanth Varni’s statue in the Akshardham temple with both their families present.
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With Khusbu’s immediate family in Florida, the couple chose the Hilton Palm Beach Airport Hotel in West Palm Beach. Their pithi and sangeet ceremony were also held at the same venue.
Khusbu and Parth’s sangeet ceremony was fun, colorful and vibrant. Both of them are big Harry Potter fans, so they had a photo booth that printed Harry Potter themed photos. What’s more? Given Khusbu’s love of games, the sangeet also included customized games, such as cornhole (bean bag toss), giant Jenga, and giant UNO for their guests to enjoy. The décor was done in a rustic green theme, with candle walls, tassels of white flowers, and a beautiful swing decorated with pink flowers.
For their wedding, the couple chose a marsala, rustic floral theme. Flowers and greenery were wrapped on the mandap pillars, with white wisterias and rose petals hanging around the structure. The aisle was lit with candles. They went with a simple white cake with floral wreaths, adorned with a Superman and a Superwoman cake topper.
When asked to give advice to other couples planning their wedding, Khusbu and Parth said, “Live in the moment! The wedding will fly by and things will not go as planned all the time. But even despite this, just remember to enjoy it otherwise you will regret it.”