This illustrious pair has closed Fifth Avenue down for their festive, fabulous baraat and it looks like hubby-to-be Padam is bringing the party in full effect! I feel like cheering right along! Bride Puja is entirely stunning with makeup by Kanwal Batool and a lengha choli that has more style than a Bollywood red carpet premiere. In the ceremony venue, Elegant Affairs Inc has created a glowing mandap accented with deep red roses and sweeping fabrics while MaxPhoto NY plays paparazzi to our happy couple's every move. In case I missed any sublime detail, I'm heading back to the gallery

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From the bride: "I always wanted a wedding in Manhattan. I have never been a fan of just trends. I picked a theme of burnt orange, canary yellow, gold, and bronze with a hint of magenta. I wanted colors that cascaded into each other instead of something dramatic I preferred something romantic, elegant and classic. I wanted there to be cymbidium orchids, with Mokara orchids and Spanish peach roses with tons of crystals and candles. I used to draw and paint as a child so now that I'm a physician and don't have these opportunities as much, this was an opportunity to show my creative style."

Ready for your close-up? These sweethearts are about to head to a super sweet portrait sesh! 

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Floral & Decor: Elegant Affairs Inc. | DJ: Magic Mike DJs | Hair & Makeup: Kanwal Batool | Photography: MaxPhoto NY | Cinematography: MaxPhoto NY | Venue: The Pierre | Bridal Jewelry: Art Karat | Mehndi Artist: S Khan's Henna Art | Hair: Coco | Bridal Fashions (Sangeet and Reception): Ekta Solanki UK | Bridal Fashions (Ceremony): Saahil NJ | Sangeet Venue: Liberty House RestaurantCakes & Treats: Sylvia Weinstock |