Maharanis! We are switching up the pace today with a lovely Pakistani wedding. Michael T. Regan Photography takes us to meet bride Sadia as she gets ready to wed groom Ali. With her long dark hair flowing from under a draped chuni, Maharani Sadia looks absolutely lovely in her yellow wedding outfit. With her Pakistani wedding ceremony taking place in a garden, the bride completes her bridal look with a fresh flower tikka and matching earrings -- how beautiful!
Meanwhile, Kismet Events brightens the nighttime affair with boldly colored floral decorations. Check out these gorgeous images and then learn why this Maharani thinks planning a wedding is like going into battle!
Pakistani bride in yellow wedding outfit.
Pakistani bride has mehndi hands for her Pakistani wedding.
Pakistani wedding floral arrangements and mehndi hands.
Pakistani wedding ceremony in garden.
Pakistani bride at her modern Pakistani wedding ceremony.
Pakistani bride in yellow chuni and wedding lengha.
Mehndi on hands of pakistani wedding flower girl. Pakistani bride with mehndi on her hands.
From Maharani Sadia: "Planning a wedding is like planning for a battle. Stressful, but with the hope that the finale will be victorious. The scene, however, is far from battle cries and rugged military looks. Instead, a wedding is adorned with the fragrance of lush flowers, a setting of elegant lighting, food full of delightful flavors, and the sound of laughter mixed with joy of tears. 
I hoped my wedding day would turn out the way I had planned. I hoped that on my wedding day, everything would run smoothly. And I hoped my parents would be on time and understand my vision of a modern wedding in a garden setting, which in my family had never been done before."
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Outdoor
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Spring
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Venues: Ambassador Mansions & Gardens | Cinematography: Phil Snyder |