Hi, my lovelies! Is it Friday yet?! Not quite, but wait until you see the treat I have in store for you today! Let's two-step our way to Texas for this awesome Indian wedding by Humza Yasin Photography and Prashe Wedding Decor! The beautiful bride is looking fierce as she's getting ready for the big day! Her groom is stylin' too as he buttons up his sherwani to get married to the love of his life! Oh, and how adorable is the shot with the bridal party toasting with mimosas in hand?! I can't wait to see how the rest of this event unfolds in the gallery!

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From the bride:

"The day I met Vikash was at a youth group event with the Gujarati Samaj of San Antonio. I remember we kept looking at each other waiting for one of us to come up and say something. Being the president of the youth group I decided to pull the "I need your information" card just so I could get his phone number! The phone calls started out as event information and led to normal conversations every day and night. When we went to high school, we drifted apart. It wasn't until college that we reconnected. Vikash, at the time, was working at Subway and going to school and my little brother just so happens to walk in for a sandwich. Vikash recognized him and asked how I was doing. My brother then calls me to let me know that a guy named Vikash Hira asked about me. So I decided to Facebook stalk him a little and messaged him. He then asked for my phone number, then a date. which led to 4 great years of a relationship and a proposal right after. :) I knew he was the one after our 1 year anniversary when I realized he is one of the most important people in my life and he also makes my friends and family smile just as much as he makes me smile!"

On her lenghas:

"I worked with a designer named Pavan, from India, and designed my own mehndi, wedding, and reception outfit! It was a lot of work but thanks to Pintrest, I was able to put bits and pieces of things I liked into one outfit!"

Stay tuned cuz the ceremony pics are up next!

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Floral & Decor: Prashe Decor | Photography: Humza Yasin Photography | Videography: A&A Photography & Video | Satak/Garba venue: New Braunfels Civic Convention Center | Wedding/Reception/Catering venue: Don Strange of Texas Inc. | Planning & Design: Lion & Lamb Event Services | Catering: Sairam Catering | Cakes & Treats: Délice Chocolatier & Patisserie | DJ: Desi Junction DJs | Lighting: Desi Junction DJs | Hair & Makeup: Blue Artista Makeup & Hair |