Here is a bit more about Aemish and Resh's wedding story! To tell the story of one beautiful wedding we need to start with another one...
Resham Uttamchandani and Aemish Shah met when they walked down the aisle together at a mutual friend's wedding. She was a bridesmaid, he was a groomsman, they made small talk in line for the bar and neither of them thought anything of it. Well, Resh didn’t think anything of it, but Aemish had her on his mind when he drove home, and when Hurricane Irma hit Saint Martin, Resham’s hometown, Aemish sent a note to Resh. After a series of facebook messages and texts, Aemish had a critical decision to make - skip a talk with his idol, Kobe Bryant & tickets for the World Series or go to Palm Springs and finally meet up with Resh in person? He went to Palm Springs. During their first date, they watched game 7 from a TV. Resham did not understand baseball, but made a strong effort for Aemish.
After months apart and countless weekend trips, Resham took a physician job in SF, she claims it was not because Aemish lived there ;). The couple started dating and a few years later on February 29, 2020, Aemish took Resh out on sail around the bay, and proposed under the Golden Gate Bridge. The joy from the engagement overshadowed the growing headlines about a virus, and two weeks later the world shut down.
Little did these two know that COVID-19 was ready to spice up their wedding planning. Flash forward to a year later: Resham’s search history consisted of Alibaba and Aza Fashion. Finally, May of 2021 came and the couple got married in Orange County at the auspicious BAPS Swaminarayn Mandir Temple. An intimate wedding that could have been set in Jaipur, India was in the backyard of Chino Hills, CA. The small wedding brought together some of the couples nearest and dearest friends and family. Resh and Aemish saw the festivities as a means to bring their community together during challenging times.