Ajeet & Ashmedh – Part Three – Carlyle on the Green

After the ceremony, Ajeet and Ashmedh left the Gurdwara in their vintage Rolls Royce, to their historic reception venue at the Carlyle on the Green situated on Bethpage Black golf course. If the Sikh wedding took us to the fields of Punjab – this elegant afternoon affair took us to Old Long Island – full with a seven piece band in a room of windows and beautiful emerald green accents and white hydrangeas.
Ajeet and Ashmedh both had an outfit change into more laid back attire – Ashmedh in a khaki linen suit fit for an August afternoon and an emerald green turban and Ajeet in a fusion outfit of an emerald green blouse studded in crystals and a Chantilly lace sari and a retro green feather in her hair. The bride and groom entered the venue with their parents and siblings and nieces and nephews and the bride and groom rhumba’d their way across the dance floor to a live performance of “Save the Last Dance” by Michael Buble. As a great surprise, the bride’s 15-year old niece joined the band in singing the father-daughter dance, “My Wish” by Rascal Flatts. Of course, the bride had to toss her rose bouquet to the crowd and was joyfully caught by the bride’s first cousin. It was a fun afternoon soiree that could only be joined the following week by a southern affair in the groom’s hometown of Raleigh, NC. That post coming up next. I wanted to add I was assisted in parts one through three by Miana Jun. She’s a great photographer and such fun to have on the job.

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