Welcome back, Maharanis! Today's the big day of the fairy tale event and the wedding stage is a dream thanks to Mandap Creations. The scene is set with plush pinks and hints of lime with bountiful bouquets that line the aisle. Planning and Design Coordinator Therese from Electric Karma International notes, "From the creation of a modern mandap’s color selections and acrylic columns to the traditional ceremony chairs, every aspect reflected the bride's personality thoroughly." So important! The glittering backdrop hosts a blissful Hindu wedding ceremony and these newlyweds are shining bright with joy! MnMfoto captures some snapshots of these lovebirds as they share their first moments as husband and wife and it's too adorable. See all the pics at the gallery!

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From the bride: "I chose my wedding outfits during a 10 day trip to (Bangalore) India soon after I got engaged to Ravish. I did not spend hours on the internet first but in retrospect I wish I had! Doing a little research goes a long way. Wedding outfit shopping can be overwhelming. In the end, i just chose outfits that I thought were beautiful and were my style."

See you soon for some sweet reception portraits!

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Planning & Design: Electric Karma International | Photography: MnMfoto | Venue: Sugar Land Marriott Town Square | Hair & Makeup: Blush and Glow | Lighting: DJ Pankaj | DJ & Entertainment: DJ PankajCatering: The Bombay Brasserie |