We're back at the The Ritz-Carlton, Tysons Corner in Virginia, where Sonal J. Shah Event Consultants has planned and designed a wedding event that is sure to inspire Maharanis far and wide. Today's Indian bride knew the importance of having a professional planner on her side so that she wouldn't have to sweat any of the details on her big day. Dhol Player, Dholi Sorabh, is ushering the groom in during his baraat procession, where he is on horseback thanks to Harmon's Carriages. They're headed to the venue, which has been decorated to the nines in floral and decor by Davinci, and you will be floored when you get a look at the stunning mandap and all of the extraordinary flowers. It's a good thing Maloman Studios was on hand to snap up these detailed shots of the ceremony! The final image with the bride and groom and their pandit, Prasad Gaddamanugu, is a true highlight, and I can't wait for you all to see even more from this glorious day. If you simply can't wait, you can visit the gallery for a quick look ahead, but don't fill up on too much just yet!

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The best is yet to come, so make sure you check in soon to see how these newlyweds celebrate tying the knot!

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Planning & Design: Sonal J. Shah Event Consultants | Catering: Moghul Caterers | Photography: Maloman Studios | Cinematography: Suburban Video | Venue: The Ritz-Carlton Tysons Corner | Mehndi Artist: Sanober | Baraat: Harmon's Carriages | Dhol Player: Dholi SorabhPandit: Prasad Gaddamanugu | Photo Booth: My Fun Booth |