Trupti and Patrick

Trupti weds Patrick

Trupti and Patrick

Trust, mutual respect, compassion and a deep love of Star Wars are the cornerstones of Trupti and Patrick’s relationship. They met in July 2012 and quickly bonded over stories and trivia about Star Wars lore. Despite their diametrically different backgrounds and cultures, Trupti and Patrick became compatible due to their respect and appreciation for their differences and each other’s cultures.

The next step became apparent with the couple adopted a puppy together. Being parents to the adorable but more-than-a handful puppy in their lives made them realize the resilience and stability of their relationship. So, in a modest kitchen, over a sink, Trupti and Patrick proposed to each other. No drama, no kneeling, and no ring, just an honest, heartfelt vow to love and cherish each other for the rest of their lives.

The Trupti and Patrick Fusion wedding at Woodmark Hotel Photographed by Melissa Miksch Photography

Trupti and Patrick chose to seek the help of a wedding planner to coordinate their “East meets West” inspired wedding. Trupti and Patrick’s wedding celebrated both their cultures with a mehndi party for the women and a rehearsal dinner as well as pre-wedding rituals.

The wedding ceremony featured purple and orange flower decor and a few creative elements from Star Wars. At the Woodmark Hotel in Kirkland, Washington, the groom arrived in a white sherwani. Bollywood songs played in the background, while Trupti mesmerized all in her bridal outfit. As she walked in wearing a beautiful light orange saree, embroidered red veil, and green bangles, Patrick was bowled over by her beauty, charm, and elegance. The duo tied the knot as per the Hindu rituals.

Western pop music played in the background as the first dance kicked off the start of the reception. The newlyweds embraced each other and danced to “All You Need is Love” from the album Love Actually. The happiest day of their life segued from dancing to the cutting of the cake, and a scrumptious dinner. Guests and newlyweds alike celebrated on the dance floor into the evening.

Indian Bride about to meet groom for first look


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Indian Wedding Event Co-Ordinated by Eventful Moments LLC
Fusion wedding at The Woodmark Hotel
Keep a Curtain beween Bride and Groom- wedding ritual
Indian Bride and Groom's Romatic clicked by Melissa Miksch Photography
Candid Photography of Newly weds Couple Love birds in Romantic Mood
Indian Wedding Mehndi Design Groom Kissing to Indian Bride
How Romantic Pose for Outdoor Photoshoot
Indian bride Makeup by Emerald City Hair Studio LLC
Indian Bride Getting ready for her wedding

Couple hugging to each other
Grooms with groomsmen photography
Indian bride and groom with bridesmaids and groomsmen
Grand Enterance of Groom
Bride Parents welcom Groom
Bride and Groom looking to each other with love Bride and Groom possing for photoshoot
Wedding Couple Cheers to each other
Indian Wedding Mandap
Loughing Bride Look Gorgious
Indian Bride and Groom Performing Indian Wedding Ritual
Couple take round around holy fire
Couple signing in Marriage Register Form Romantic Photography by Melissa Miksch Photography
Newly weds couple ready for reception ceremony Excellent photography of love birds

Saptapadi - Indian wedding Ritual
flowers by Flora d Amor
Wedding Couple feeding each other with sweet
White gown is always looking preety Grand Entrance of Newly weds couple for reception
Wedding guest welcoming Newly weds couple Love Birds cutting wedding cake
End of the wedding Ceremony
Wedding Guest Giving Speach for Wedding Couple
Bride and Groom walking with holding eachother hands
Indian Bride wearing white wedding gown
Wedding couple performing their first dance Bride throgh her bouquet ritual
Floor Length wedding gown look gorgeous Wedding chunni is always redWedding guest enjoying food
Gossip with friends is always lovely
one of groomsmen saying something about groom
couple enjoying guest speach
lovely photography of couple Indian Weddin Jwelery
Celeration of Reception
Indian bride looking dancing dall
Wedding Couple dancing with wedding guest
Indian Groom With His friends
Indian bride getting ready for her wedding
Indian bride wearing wedding chuda (wedding bengles)
Beautiful photography
Most Important ceremony is Garland Ceremony in Indian Wedding Sindoor - Symbolise that Bride is now married
Excellent photoshoot Photoshoot by Melissa Miksch Photography
Indian Bride with Groomsmen
Groom with bridesmaids
wedding guest with flower
Groom kissing to Bride's hand
Couple standing in gallery Couple standing in lift
How lovely photography Marvellous photography
Bride standing wearing white sleeveless gown
how to express love
Outdoor Photoshoot
prewedding photography
Newly weds Couple Couple Dance of Newly weds Couple
Bridesmaids going to catch Indian Brides bouquet Indian Wedding Jwelery
Kalash and Hoy items for wedding Hug is the most Expressive way of love
Dance Performance by Indain Bride
Hasta melap Indian wedding ritual
Excellent Photography of Indian Bride
Guest Speach for Newly weds couple
Love Kiss

modest kitchen, East meets West

pre-wedding rituals

wedding celebrated

mehndi party

rehearsal dinner

flower decor

creative elements

Star Wars

Woodmark Hotel

white sherwani

Bollywood songs

bridal outfit

beautiful light orange saree

green bangles

Hindu rituals

All You Need is Love

scrumptious dinner

dance floor

Emerald City Hair Studio LLC

Beautician, Florist

Avani Henna

Wedding Mehndi

Otto Olson

Wedding Musician

Indian wedding photography

Indian wedding Photographer

Melissa Miksch Photography