This pair of sweethearts put the F in fabulous! Photographick Studios plays paparazzi at this Hindu wedding ceremony planned by Project Bride DC and these two are tying the knot in style. Nivanjoli hangs mesmerizing pink and gray drapery while the sun peeks through the atrium and it's truly a perfect day! (I love the idea of this floating mandap!) As the groom holds his bride's beautifully mehndied hand (thanks Make Up by Mala!), they take their first steps as husband and wife and the room is overflowing with love! See every bit of wedding wonder at the gallery!

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From the bride, on planning: "We stopped at this little quaint coffee shop. We have always loved going to get coffee together, so it wasn't anything out of the ordinary for us. However, once we went in...it instantly reminded of me of a coffee shop in Europe where I used to spend hours just talking with friends while studying abroad in college. That was when I was inspired! I spontaneously bought a journal at the coffee shop, in which I had continued to do ALL of my wedding planning in...it was a great way to start our wedding planning journey!"

I just can't wait for the reception! It's a royal blue reverie!

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Ballroom
Contemporary
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Summer
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Photography: Photographick Studios | Floral & Decor: Nivanjoli | Planning & Design: Project Bride DC | Lighting: A Starlit Experience | Cinematography: Photographick Studios | Sangeet Venue: Diya Restaurant | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Sheraton Premiere At Tysons Corner | Baraat: Harmons Carriage | Catering: Diya Restaurant | DJs & Entertainment: DJ Ravi | Lighting: Live Sounds EntertainmentHair & Makeup: Hair & Makeup Artistry |