Kate Byars Photography meets up with Maharani Nikisha and groom Priyesh as they head to the mandap on their wedding day. The site of Swaminarayan Temple is a little bit of India right in Atlanta, Georgia -- whowuddathunk? Though the temple was constructed in just 17 months, it included 1.3 million volunteer hours and 34,000 handcarved pieces from India. The majestic location makes it a perfect Indian wedding venue for these lovebirds, who are all about grandeur and making that "Holy moley!" statement.
Indian bride dresses in a traditional red lengha for her Indian wedding.
A red chuni is placed on this indian bride's head.
An indian groom arrives to his indian wedding in a baraat.
An indian bride and groom embrace before their indian wedding.
An indian bride and groom have their portrait taken at a hindu temple. a hindu temple is the indian wedding venue for the atlanta, georgia wedding.
A beautiful indian wedding venue for a hindu indian bride and groom.
an indian bride in her traditional bridal lengha and indian bridal jewelry. Traditional indian bridal jewelry.
Indian bride and groom on their indian wedding day.
Okay ladies, don't go far, because their FABULOUS Indian wedding ceremony is about to begin!

Planning & Design: KIS (cubed) Events | Floral & Decor: Occasions by Shangri-la | Catering: Cafe Bombay Restaurant and Catering | Cinematography: Pacific Pictures | DJ's & Entertainment: DCS Dynasty | Mehndi Artists: Arti Amin | Chivari Chairs: POHP | Ceremony Venue: Swaminarayan Temple | Ceremony Garlands: Swaminarayan Temple | Reception Venue: Grand Hyatt | Ceremony Catering: Swaminarayan Temple | Reception Catering: Cafe Bombay | Sangeet Catering: S3 Catering | Sangeet Catering: Rajbhog | Dhol: Dholi Simba | Main Priest: Wedding Officiant | Cakes & Treats: Perfect Wedding Cakes | Horse/Carriage: Carriage for Hire | Photo Booths: Shutter Booth | Transportation: FLAVA LIMO