Photography by Marissa Joan Ho

Our team here at Rainbow Chan Weddings was overjoyed to have the privilege to plan and coordinate Grace and Nithin’s lovely wedding on October 8th, 2021.  Every aspect in the making of this wonderful wedding day brought joy to our team. Our wedding planners and coordinators had been responsible for putting the entire day together including creating the itinerary and ensuring that every aspect of the day proceeded as expected by arriving on site early to assist as needed. The lovely bride, Grace, had certainly envisioned her wedding day as a fantasy with many adoring details – she had even included scented candles!
The exhilarated couple had intended for an intimate and romantic wedding that was minimalistic and modern yet meaningful. Rainbow Chan Weddings’ goal is to fulfil every couple’s desire for their special day in order to make their fantasies a reality and provide them with the utmost satisfaction. We are dedicated to making their wedding day as memorable as possible while incorporating and expressing the couple’s uniqueness. This modern, minimalist wedding was a beautiful theme that evoked understated elegance. By eliminating some of the extraneous details of a usual wedding, it accentuated quality rather than quantity. With social distancing becoming the new standard, a modern minimalist wedding theme appears to be the most fitting during this time. With the simple inclusion of subtle yet striking organic statement pieces while the décor strictly adhered to a subdued, airy and light color palette, our team here at Rainbow Chan Weddings had assembled a stunning space that reflected unforgettable striking romance.
Grace and Nithin’s romantic fall wedding was held at Lune 1860, an absolute one-of-a-kind venue space with endless lavish architecture that can be embellished to accommodate various wedding styles. Despite the challenges brought about due to the pandemic, Grace and Nithin were adamant on pursuing their commitment to one another, the most important element to them was getting married. The couple invited a total of 20 guests, keeping the night whole-hearted and intimate. Having their nearest loved ones there as they said their “I do’s” was all they needed to enjoy the most of their wedding day.

Grace and Nithin are the loveliest, sweetest, most kind-hearted couple, and their wedding was a genuine reflection of such. The entire day was spent connecting with their nearest loved ones and doing what felt most authentic to them in the most exquisite atmosphere. It was a very intimate and emotional wedding, definitely a night they and their guests will never forget. The talented, proficient photographer Marissa Joan Ho of Coessential Wed who is dedicated to timeless yet candid imagery with an editorial approach and exquisite quality, had captured genuine emotion and exhilarating highlights throughout the wedding day. Highlights included the unique cake design, the brides stunning dress, the venue ambiance, the brides father getting emotional during the father-daughter dance, the intimate first look between the bride and groom, as they said their vows by the fountain, sentimental reactions during the speeches and much more. Each photo plays a vital role in telling the story of the wedding day, making for perfect memories for the couple to look back on from different perspectives.
Grace and Nithin’s wedding planning consisted of constant excitement! We admired the simple yet striking decor and unique accents. Rainbow Chan wedding planners and coordinators love collaborating with couples to bring to life the vision they’ve always fantasized about for their wedding day. From the very beginning of planning to the end of the wedding night, every moment was adored by our devoted and hard-working team. All in all, it was an unforgettable honor for our team to assist in the making of Grace and Nithin’s wedding day. We as a team wish the newlyweds the absolute best in this new chapter in their lives, and we hope they remember it favorably for many years to come.

Modern Intimate Affair at Lune 1860 | Grace and Nithin