A stellar wedding. Stellar, galactic but also revolutionary in the Indian tradition with 500 guests from all over the world.
Rohan Mehta, son of Indian billionaire Yogesh Mehta, married his Roshni in a lavish ceremony in Florence
Three days of celebration.
It started from Palazzo Gerini with a Renaissance-style welcome dinner and on Thursday moved on to the decidedly underground spaces of the Stazione Leopolda in Porta a Prato. The great industrial architecture was the heart of a party that played with the iconography of fairy tales and the imagery linked to the circus with Fellini’s installations and lights, a dinner among walls of real flowers and a disco-party-show complete with black light and video mapping projection ready to enhance the great architecture. Artists and jugglers entertained guests at the entrance in the courtyard lit by torches inserted in giant Alice in Wonderland-style vases. While inside, among red velvet drapes and floral wings, in addition to the suggestive chandelier built with 350 pitcher-balls by Mario Luca Giusti mounted on the occasion of Modaprima. An ornamental artistic fountain was installed with jets of water and a large golden gate.
THE WEDDING was celebrated on Friday on the banks of the Arno in Piazza Ognissanti, which according to tradition was anticipated by the procession of friends of the groom (Baraat) After the ceremony, the party continued with the gala reception at Villa Le Corti di San Casciano at the gates of Florence.