Our next wedding video is by Aria Fine Art Films and takes place in the Windy City. This Maharani will dazzle you with her fashion as she impresses her guest with lengha after lengha. Her outfit changes are reason enough to check out this film. There are garba highlights and plenty of after party fun at his Gujarati celebration you do not want to miss, so hurry up and click play!

The bride on meeting her groom:

"I met him at a job interview for a pharmacy manager position, at his pharmacy in the city. We knew within weeks that we wanted to be with each other. There was a certain unknown chemistry we had. It was destined."

On his proposal:

"January 1st is when we got engaged. We were at his condo, snowing and cold in Chicago, but we were in front of a fire and that's how we got engaged. It was a matter of just the ring, we already knew we were going to get married."

On her wedding style:

"I wanted it to be grand, memorable and unique. I like to make a statement and I want things to be different. There was a lot of funk but also classy and traditional at times."

On what she enjoyed most about wedding planning:

"I got to know my husband better."

On choosing her lengha:

"I designed all of my outfits...from picking fabric, stones, thread..everything..I also did both parents and all siblings..and bride parties."

On her favorite wedding day moment:

"Everyone had a blast..and that's what we wanted. We would tell our parents were proud, us being the first in the family getting married from both sides. We made them happy and couldn't be thrilled ourselves."

On her hair and makeup:

"I researched many hair styles, mixed and matched, and found 5 that worked for me."

On help from friends and family:

"My parents especially my mom was dedicated to making my dreams come true with the wedding."

About miscellaneous details:

"I ordered special mehendi candles - had our names on them. We had an amazing dessert bar. Each event - there was party favor given. We had a mandap made and rushed to the USA for us. Jewelry along with many things for the wedding were jodha akbar theme, we wanted the royal, palace feel. And that went down not only to the clothes but also the jewelry.
I am still on my honeymoon so if there is anything else you need please let me know I am writing as much as I can with limited internet access. Also - our engagement trailer is one to see!!"

We still have one more wedding film coming up, so stick around!

 

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Gujarati
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Spring
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Cinematography: Aria Fine Art Films | Venue: Hickory Hills Country Club | Floral & Decor: Yanni Design | DJs & Entertainment: DJ Sohbash | Planning & Design: Sabrina Hans Events