If you are a girl-y girl like me, you are going to want to take a seat for this next one.  Filled with tons of details like, charming flower girls in rani colored dresses, luscious jai malas, and a drop dead gorgeous mandap, this Miami Indian wedding by Salwa Photography will take your breath away. It's hard to imagine getting married in a ballroom in such a tropical location, but this yellow, white and crystal mandap, by Suhaag Garden, brought a bit of the outdoors indoors.   And, if you think that we forgot to show you the baraat think again....this very special Maharani, of Rose Events, had a surprise up her sleeve.  Take a look below to find out!

From our Maharani, Vailshali :
The next day - a tropical storm forced us to go indoors but that didn't stop the fun! The guests flooded the lobby for the baraat and danced their way into the ceremony. It was a South Indian ceremony following Goan and Telugu customs. Interesting idea was to have the bridesmaids and groomsmen narrate the ceremony on a mic rather than programs. The charm of the ceremony were the super emotional vows - which had most of the guests in tears.
The Baraat had to be changed and was done the following day - very unconventional, but Vaishali's gift to Aalok was the Jet Ski Baraat - where he and his groomsmen came riding on Jetski's to arrive in style.
How cute are these two skipping down the aisle together?!  I have completely fallen in love with them!
More coming right up!

Venues: Vizcaya Museum & Gardens | Venues: Eden Roc Hotel | DJ's & Entertainment: DJ Gaurav Sound | Lighting: Kaleiodoscope | Baraat: Boucher Brothers | Priest : Mruali Krishna | Planning & Design: Rose Events | Bar & Staffing : Aaron's Catering | Photography: Salwa Photography | Floral & Decor: Suhaag Garden