One look at this western décor influenced mandap and you'll be asking your planner and florist for touches of mirror in your own wedding day. This modern chic New York Indian wedding is not only contemporary, but fit for royalty. It's the type of swanky glamour that we celebrate the talent of Design House Décor for. With New York City as the backdrop, set at the Jersey City Hyatt and Naida D Photography behind the lens this modern fete is one you will want to be sure to soak up all the delicate touches and customized details - beginning with the mandap. Amita and Daven's special stage was certainly a show stopper uniquely transformed with metal and white floral.

Every inch of this featured wedding is full of those mind-blowing details that turn us all here at Strictly Weddings into the floral design and color fanatics that we are. Equal to the uber chicness of the ceremony, their reception also had its own style that shined with opulence. Using a metallic blend with marbles and a hint of emerald green in the tables, Design House Décor created a magnificent color palette. The tablescapes boasted the use of mixed glass with endless floral arrangements turning the ballroom into a magical wonderland for this celebration of love. Don't miss the glass cubes encasing crème rose floral arrangements - ga-ga-gorgeous! And then there are the tall cylinder pillars with deep glass bowl vases dripping with orchids, calla lilies and roses. Can you even wrap your minds around the creativity seen here!? Amita and Daven were lavish in their own style wearing traditional Indian wedding attire in red and fabulous gold. Each looked fashionable in their own right for the ceremony. Not only was this wedding day filled to the brim with modern chicness, but the love that was clearly celebrated sparkles through too.

Decor & Design: Design House Décor Venue: Jersey City Hyatt DJ: DJUSA Videography: MyWeddingMaker Caterer: Bukhara Grill Stationary: Bohemian Mint Vidhai: Exotic Baraats Hair and Makeup: KC Makeup Special Performance (wedding): Ashni Special Performance (reception): RDB