You might recognize these cool kids from their engagement session last year. Earlier this month, I went back down to photograph their intimate outdoor Champaign wedding at West Side Park. While a handful of family and friends were able to attend their wedding in India, they wanted to plan a wedding to celebrate with everyone else. With their day beginning with getting ready and a first look at their house, Erin and Bose made their wedding uniquely theirs. Erin’s wedding dress was worn by her grandmother in 1949 and then her mother in 1977, such a special family heirloom. They had a picnic-style outdoor ceremony as they provided blankets for their guests to sit on as they exchanged rings (provided by the cutest ringbearer, Panda!) and their vows. After the ceremony, they took a walk before reconnecting with everyone at Big Grove Tavern to dance the night away. Erin, Bose, and all the guests definitely knew how to party. The dance floor was never empty since the moment the reception started as The Mike Dangeroux Band jammed out all night. To symbolize their marriage, they even had a few fusion dances like their first dance of salsa to a Hindi song. This was seriously the coolest and most unique wedding ever. Erin and Bose, congratulations once again, your wedding was such a blast to be a part of and hopefully our paths cross again!