We're back, Maharanis, and the reception is about to begin! Before it begins, bride Megha is showing off her spectacular mehndi by Make Up by Mala and posing for super sweet portraits with Photographick Studios. Inside the venue, Raaz Entertainment is spinning the beats and lighting up the dance floor while guests indulge in the meal prepared by Catering by Rasoi. And I am seriously swooning over the decor of floating orchids, flickering candles, and scattered red rose petals styled by Design House Decor and Project Bride DC. There is simply too much beauty happening here, lovelies! I've got to relive this love-filled soiree in the gallery

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From the bride, on her reception style, special moments, first dance, and cake: "For the reception, I wanted to have purples, pinks, and red, and have crystals on the table centerpieces to have a more modern feel. My decorator did a fabulous job putting our thoughts together to make the stage decorations that we wanted as well.

My sister, and my sister-in-law planned a "surprise" dance/flash mob for the reception, and it was amazing! I will definitely never forget it.When Krupal (my husband) got up in the middle of our reception and joined the flash mob of 60-plus friends and family, I really didn’t expect that! Also there was one point in time during our reception where my husband and I were doing our first dance, and we just knew we had the most special wedding possible, and all of our hard work paid off. We had our first dance to 'Tum Hi Ho' from Aashiqui 2. Actually my husband said that he wanted that to be our first dance song the moment he heard it, and it ended up being perfect for our first slow dance as a married couple.

Both of our family and friends helped so much during our wedding! We had multiple 'meetings' prior to our wedding day notifying everyone of our timeline and events that need to take place at that time. They made sure everything was perfect. The sheer number of guests that attended the wedding made our day pretty special. Also we were allowed to close down one of the streets in downtown Baltimore so that we could have an amazing baraat procession.

My husband and I picked out our cake design by combining three different designs to make the custom one that we wanted."

What a sensation! We'll be back tomorrow with more wedding magic! 

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Photography: Photographick Studios | DJ: Raaz Entertainment | Planning & Design: Project Bride DC | DJ: Medley Entertainment | DJ: Medley Entertainment | Cinematography: Photographick Studios | Venue: Baltimore Hilton | Lighting: Raaz Entertainment | Hair & Makeup: Limelight BeautyMehndi Artist: Makeup by Mala |