I hope you've got on your cutest strappy sandals today, dolls, because we're about to hit the beach! Fine Art Productions is taking us to Cancun, Mexico, for a dazzling destination wedding under the sun. But first our lovebirds are cuddling up for some adorable portraits at their waterfront paradise (this venue looks ah-maze-ing!) and enjoying the tropical breeze. Once the sun sets, it's time for the fabulous sangeet and I am absolutely loving Maharani Tania's glam-tastic lengha! Her chartreuse skirt is an iridescent dream! While I take a minute to add a bit more bling to my outfit (a girl's gotta sparkle!), make sure to check out every detail in the gallery

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From the groom:

"To understand our history, I have to take you back to well before October of 2010 when I met Tania. I introduced my family friend Neha to my childhood friend Nirav back in 2007. They fell in love and decided to tie the knot. Nirav, shortly after, decided to celebrate his upcoming nuptials with a bachelor party. His bachelor party was organized by our mutual dear friend Rohan and took place in Acapulco, Mexico in October of 2010.

When I met Tania that October, she barely knew English and I barely knew Spanish. Despite the language barrier, we discovered that chemistry is chemistry and we both felt something special the day we met each other. That spark proved to be so strong that we saw each other once more on that 4-day bachelor party in October of 2010. In December 2010, I sat down with my close friend Cameron, who was instrumental in supporting my desires for wanting to go back to Acapulco to see my future wife. On that fateful December evening at Buffalo Wild Wings, we spoke about how we only live once and things like distance, language, and other obstacles can be reconciled over time and should not stand in the way of something truly special. That conversation led to my decision to book my trip to Acapulco for February of 2011 and meet that woman I had fallen in love with at first sight. When I arrived at Acapulco airport in February of 2011, there she was, my beautiful Tania, waiting nervously for me. We could barely communicate if it was not for the Spanish-English dictionary I had brought with me. But it did not matter as we had the time of our lives in just a span of 48 hours. Shortly after, I decided that I had met the woman of my dreams and began my quest to learn Spanish. I came back to Mexico to see my Tania on May 2011, June 2011, July 2011, August 2011, October 2011, November 2011, December 2011, January 2012, March 2012, and April 2012. Soon after, she visited me and my family in June 2012.

On August 11, I flew down to Acapulco to surprise the love of my life. As I kneeled down on one knee and uttered the words 'Me quieres casarte?' I basked in the smile of my future wife. The rest, as they say, is history!"

Now that's true love! Come right back for a super sweet portrait sesh! 

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