After their outdoor Indian wedding ceremony, Matei Horvath Photography sweeps the newlyweds away for a series of romantic wedding portraits. I am majorly in love with the bridal jewelry set, especially the Maharani's tikka that frames her lovely face so well! Payal and Sameer, romantics at heart, decided not to see each other before meeting under the mandap. So before the ceremony, they had friends hand deliver letters to one another (see Sameer with his note below). Here's the best part: the couple kept their cards and plan to reread them on their five-year anniversary! Aww.
An Indian bride and groom after their Indian wedding ceremony.
Indian wedding photography at an outdoor Indian wedding venue.
An Indian bride and groom in traditional Indian wedding outfits.\
An Indian bride and groom at their Orange County Indian wedding venue.
An Indian bride wears a tikka, a traditional Indian bridal jewelry for the head.
An Indian groom in traditional wedding outfit. An Indian bride and groom pictured at their Indian wedding ceremony.
See these cutie pies at their Indian wedding reception next!

Hair & Makeup: Dolled up by Lulu | Photography: Matei Horvath Photography | Planning & Design: Blue Lotus Insights | Venues: Diamond Bar Center | Cinematography: Avec Lumiere Productions | Mehndi Artists: Hinal Mehta | Mehndi Artists: Jyoti Shah | Transportation: Crystal Limousine Inc | Baraat: Kumba Entertainment | Mandap: Kumba Entertainment | Wedding Musicians: G.S. Arts Academy | Catering: White House Caterers | Floral & Decor: Valley Florist | Catering: Manohar's Delhi Palace |