South Asian Wedding Services

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PLANNING  +  DESIGN

We love and respect the importance of cultural traditions. Yet we pride ourselves on our ability to modernize certain celebratory aspects, to the bride and groom’s generational tastes. It is in creating this fusion, of keeping all needs more than met and satisfied, that we strive for in all of our South Asian events.   

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OUR EXPERIENCE
 

In 2009, Aimee and Mountain Occasions planned their first large scale South Asian wedding. And the company has been hooked on throwing these events ever since.

Then in 2011, Aimee’s only brother married her sister-in-law from Kerala in a proper South Indian celebration. So now, throwing top notch South Asian events is a matter of family pride. It is Aimee's favorite type of event to produce. 

Over the years, we’ve celebrated Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Christian and Jain weddings. We are well versed in the religious and cultural specificities, the reasoning behind the various traditions, the appropriate attire during the celebrations, all of which allows us to source the best local and international vendors to service your event.

Mountain Occasions is also recognized by Maharani Weddings on their platinum list as a top wedding planner.
 

 
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WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

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I have had the blessing of working with Aimee and her team on two beautiful Hindu marriage celebrations so far. She and her team are the most gracious people I have yet to work with. Their attention and honor of all our traditions are unbelievable. She and her staff always showed me the greatest respect, making sure I had all I needed for all the ceremonial moments. Her knowledge had me so surprised, I call Aimee my Hindu Soul Sister. She is a beautiful creation of God, she loves all creatures of God with great passion. I have been blessed to know her and work alongside her, and I look forward to many more events celebrating love with her.
— Sarla Rajyagor, Professional Pundit

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