Linsey and Caleb said “I do” with a blended of their cultures and traditions to create a boho Indian glam wedding. The couple met in their community group, where Caleb’s kind nature, attention to detail, and baking skills caught Linsey’s eye. Linsey said, “when Caleb first asked me out over tacos, I hesitated because I never thought I’d deserve such a wonderful man. When Caleb asked me to be his wife, I learned my lesson and immediately said yes to the best man I’ve ever known.” The couple, overwhelmed with love, decided to say, “I do” not only once but twice. Due to the pandemic, Linsey and Caleb married with an intimate ceremony six months prior. However, Linsey couldn’t lay her lifelong dream of a lavish wedding to rest. Therefore, once things felt safer, the couple recruited help from Sweet Magnolia Events to help them plan a glamorous wedding!
After months of planning, Linsey and Caleb wedded with their family and friends in attendance at The Addison Grove. With a Christ-centered wedding, the couple blended both cultures to create the most beautiful boho Indian glam celebration! Their day began with an outdoor ceremony, including burgundy and blush floral displays. Linsey walked down the aisle in a beautiful gown from the Bridal Boutique, then later changed into her Indian reception outfit. At the reception, the couple paid close attention to detail with decor from Marquee Event Rentals. Linsey and Caleb’s reception felt truly magical and glamorous, surrounded by candlelight and chandeliers. Guests got to enjoy cake from Feathers & Frosting and entertainment from Dart Collective as they celebrated the love of Linsey and Caleb. Linsey said the best part of the wedding was “singing in both of our native languages, wearing our traditional clothing, getting the best of Indian and American food, and opening up barriers that might have prevented our union decades prior.” How beautiful is this! We are so happy for the new Mr. & Mrs. Gill. Keep scrolling to see more of their glamorous wedding!
Linsey and Caleb’s Favorite Wedding Detail:
“In trying to be respectful of two cultures steeped in traditions and rituals, we forged brand new traditions that our blended family continues today. We were able to sing in both our native languages and wear our traditional clothing. We had the best of Indian and American food, and open up barriers that might have prevented our union decades prior. It was a unique opportunity for the families to learn about each other and invite the other into their circle of loved ones.”
Other Local Vendors: Bridal Boutique, Tressie + Chad for Two Pair Photography, Clay Pit, _4, Good Seed Floral, LUX Beauty & Bridal, Ms Painted Lady, Jen Krause Paper Co., Intelligent Lighting Design, Pastor Jack Gill, Joshua and Parisa