Indian wedding couple Zinkal and Ravindra

Zinkal and Ravindra

Zinkal Bhutwala, a 33-year-old physician, and Ravindra Reddy Panumati, a 30-year-old business owner, tied the knot on April 22, 2023. Their wedding took place at the beautiful Florida Rustic Barn Weddings in Plant City, FL, where they also held their reception. They celebrated with 100 guests, sharing their joyous day through their wedding website.

The couple’s journey began through a mutual friend at a tennis court. Their bond grew stronger through regular gym meetings and dinners. Their first official date was a magical dinner cruise, followed by a memorable trip to the Smokey Mountains, which solidified their relationship. After dating for eight months, Ravi proposed on February 13, 2022.

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The proposal was a beautiful surprise during a glamping trip at The Lodge @ Runaway Bay in Seville, FL, where they celebrated Ravi’s birthday and Valentine’s Day. Zinkal had planned a special dinner, but it was Ravi who created the unforgettable moment by proposing during the dinner, capturing the event with the help of the lodge owners. The moment was emotional and joyful for both.

The wedding planning was made easier with the help of a wedding planner provided by the venue. The couple had initially considered a beach wedding but found their perfect spot in a barn venue that combined their love for nature and water.

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Pre-wedding events, including haldi and mehndi, were held at home with close family and friends, with decorations done by Zinkal’s family. The wedding ceremony took place outdoors, surrounded by trees with a mandap decorated in pinkthemed real flowers. The groom arrived on a horse carriage, adding a traditional touch to the festivities. The reception was held indoors in the barn, featuring blue and white real flowers. The newlyweds made a grand entrance with their family, dancing their way in.

Music played a significant role in their celebrations, with a first dance medley of “Kashmir Main Tu Kanyakumari,” “Saami Saami,” and “Ranjhana Hua Me Tera,” followed by the father/daughter dance to “Papa Mummy” by Swasti Mehul. The couple added personal touches like a bridal dance entry and giving lottery tickets as return gifts.

Zinkal and Ravindra’s wedding was a blend of tradition and personal style, making it a memorable day for all involved. They advise other couples to enjoy the planning process and consider a wedding planner to alleviate stress unless they have a family member who can take charge.

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