Grab an early lunch girlfriends and check out these joyous baraat and ceremony pics by Greycard Photography and Robles Video Productions. The bride's makeup is meticulously done by Oscar Makeup. And her groom is stylin' along with his elephant companion. By the way, that might be the most photogenic animal I've ever seen! I mean, talk about a scene stealer! Planning Elegance seem to plan everything just right! Run and see the gallery for yourselves, my friends! 

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From the bride, on the wedding style:

"I wanted colorful, classic elegance. I wanted a pop of color for my wedding and yellow was the perfect choice against the blue sky backdrop. I chose the radiant orchid as it is the "color of the year" and makes a very sophisticated, romantic look."

On what she enjoyed most about the planning process:

"I loved integrating both Gujarati and Punjabi traditions, and just being able to have the people we love most be there in all stages of the process with us. There will never be another moment like that in our lives where so, so many of our friends and family all get together to that degree!"

On the most special moment:

"Probably the moment I was walking towards the mandap. I couldnt keep a smile off my face...I saw everyone that loved us, that traveled from near and far and at the very far end of the walk, was my husband to be!"

So romantic! Reception pics are next, girls!

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Cinematography: Robles Video Productions | Mehndi Artists: Beauty by Rachana | Planning & Design: Planning Elegance | Hair & Makeup: Oscar Makeup | Venue: Marina del Rey Marriott | DJ: Sound NationEntertainment: Dhol Nation (Malinder Tooray and Jess Tooray) |