Maharani Grishma takes a sneak peek at the baraat while Elegant Affair puts the finishing touches on the gilded mandap at the InterContinental Dallas. Opting for classic reds and golds, this bride and groom keep it traditional as they wed in a Hindu ceremony. Biyani Photography captures every bit of delight as these two make their love official and jump for joy with their bridal party! See it all over at the gallery!

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From the bride: "Walking down the aisle was the most magical moment ever. There is nothing that compares to that excitement/nervous/love feeling you have as you wait to walk down the aisle.

The reception is coming up soon! Don't miss it!

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Venues: InterContinental Dallas | DJ: Karmadjs | Floral & Decor: Elegant Affair | Lighting: Elegant Affair | Cinematography: Video-Spots | Catering: India Palace | Catering: Taj Mahal Imports | Catering: Gopal Restaurant | Lighting: Karmadjs | Hair & Makeup: Ms. Painted Lady | Mehndi: Shenaz | Bridal Fashion: Sabyasachi Mukherjee |