Here we go, Maharanis! The ceremony is about to begin! Our bride is carried in on a regal doli (after being announced by those adorable mini Rajas!) and soon she is beside her Raja under a gorgeous gold and violet mandap. She is truly a beauty with a KC Makeup by Karuna Chani-styled bridal look, and her custom lengha by Red Paisleys still has me swooning. So gorgeous! La Bella Studio Photography captures every detail, from the flower petalscattered aisle to the bright red jai malas. Now that these sweethearts have tied the knot, it's nearly time for the sensational reception with a menu prepared by Moghul Caterers and plenty of hits by Dhoom Events. I can't wait to start dancing! I'll be sashaying in the gallery until the party is underway! 

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From the bride: "The ceremony itself was amazing and fun. We made sure our entire family had a role in the wedding. Therefore we kept a small intimate wedding of 175 people. Rhut thought it to be appropriate to high five each other after finishing the ceremony at the end. We let our dorky, funny sides show, saying little jokes and funny comments to each other during the ceremony itself."

Come right back for the magical reception up next!

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DJ: Dhoom Events Indian Wedding DJ | Bridal Fashions: Red Paisleys | Catering: Moghul Caterers | Venues: The Palace at Somerset Park | Baraat: Dhoom Events | Floral & Decor: Mandaps by Dhoom | Planning & Design: Deepti Sheladia | Lighting: The Palace at Somerset Park | Mehndi Artist: Bhavna Patel