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Julianne and Navin were married in both an American and Indian ceremony Tower Hill Botanical Garden in Boylston, Mass. on July 6. “From the beautifully landscaped grounds to the multiple breathing greenhouses, our chosen venue was one-of-a-kind,” Julianne said. The Indian ceremony was first featuring a vibrant red and orange color scheme while the American ceremony was second featuring a lavender and sage green color scheme. Cocktail hour was in between. One of the bride’s favorite moments was “when we recited our personal vows,” she said.”But then, the next day, my grandmother told me it was one of the best weddings that she had ever been to, and my grandfather was sore from dancing too much.” Doesn’t that make your heart melt? One of the groom’s favorite moments? His bride!  The reception was decorated with all white circular tables and chiavari chairs, burlap table runners, and tall floral centerpieces, and table names named after flowers.

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Photography: Matt Wood Photography | Videography: Mavid Productions | Venue: Tower Hill Botanical Garden | Event Planner: Something Borrowed, Something New | Dress Designer: Allure | Dress Store: House of Brides | Jewelry (American): Macy’s | Jewelry (Indian): Brocades | Hair and Makeup Artist: Makeup Artistry by Christy | Officiant (American): Mike Backer | Officiant (Indian): Jayanti Dixit | Invitations: Dogwood Blossom Stationery | Floral Designer: Lyndsey Loring Design | Mandap: Shagun Design | Caterer/Cake: Tastings Caterers | DJ: Rolling Rick

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