Forget about waiting for vow renewals five or ten years from now -- why not have two wedding ceremonies to begin with! This is the philosophy for today's couple, who decided that one Indian wedding just wouldn't be enough. We meet these lovebirds on Day One, where Maharani Elizabeth and her groom start their nuptials with a beautiful Hindu wedding ceremony. The MINNERICKS Photographers gets a closeup of our bride, who is done up by Ms. Painted Lady (love those waves!) and dressed in a traditional bridal lengha. Meanwhile her Raja, appropriately named Raj, arrives to Dallas' The Hotel Intercontinental to claim his bride. Look closely: he and the groomsmen are wearing custom made sherwanis from India!
Indian bridal hair and makeup ideas at this Dallas Indian wedding.
An Indian bride puts on her indian bridal jewelry anklet An indian bride is wrapped in a bridal lengha.
An indian bride is wrapped in a traditional bridal lengha.
Indian bride puts on her chuni, a part of her indian bridal lengha.
A groom arrives to his Indian wedding ceremony in dallas.
A groom is hoisted on top of shoulders as he arrives to his indian wedding ceremony.
A beautiful Hindu Indian wedding ceremony up next!

Venues: InterContinental Dallas | DJ: DJ Riz Entertainment | Floral & Decor: Elegant Affair | Hair & Makeup: Ms Painted Lady | Photography: The MINNERICKS Photographers | Catering: India Palace | Catering: Gopal Vegetarian Restaurant | Catering: Jim Lee Events | Planning & Design: Tami Winn Events | Lighting: Beyond ( Lights Dallas ) | Cinematography: Chris Watson Productions | Cakes & Treats: The Cake Guys | Venues: Old Red Museum | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: DargonFly Invitations