The day has come and the sun is shining bright on this auspicious occasion! Maharani Parul is a darling dame in her beige and red bridal sari. I love that she keeps it traditional with a velvet red blouse but has a neutral nude contrast so it's not over the top. I'd say it's simply stunning! She dons an elegant gold jewelry set for the event and my favorite pieces have to be those hath panjas; they are the perfect accessory to complement her beautiful mehndi designs. With her bouquet in hand, she meets her Raja at the Malibu Temple for the ceremony while Photo Jade snaps the precious moments of the "I do's" and it's official! These lovebirds step out as husband and wife and these shots in the gallery are too cute to miss!

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From the bride: "The whole wedding was planned in 2 months. First decision I had to make was should I go shopping in India or do all my shopping here in the U.S. I decided to go to India and it was such a good decision. I have to admit shopping in over a 100 degree weather wasn't easy but the experience was totally worth it. Nothing beats the variety of clothing and jewelry that you get in India."

There are some special portraits before the reception coming up soon!

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Sangeet Venue: Royal Vista Golf Club | Ceremony Venue: Malibu Temple | Reception Venue: Westridge Golf Club | Cinematography: Photo Jade | Photography: Photo Jade | Floral & Decor: Gina from Via Verde Country Club | Catering: Paradise Cuisine of India | Catering: Diamond Palace | DJs & Entertainment/Lighting/Baraat: Sunil Puri | Hair & Makeup/Mehndi: My Fair Bride |