Let's head back to the The Fairmont San Jose — a truly luxurious venue for today's Indian wedding festivities. Thanks to the expert coordination and floral and decor work by Laura Little and Floramor, our newlyweds' ballroom has been transformed from ceremony space to a reception setting. With the addition of champagne-gold table cloths, lusciously lavish centerpieces, and glowing, glass hurricane vases, this space has gone from its day to night look with expert ease and style. The violet color of our Maharani's bridal sari has carried over into this post-ceremony party, tying the two events together flawlessly. She's changed into her reception lengha — a shimmery, cream-colored number that looks sensational as she twirls on the dance floor. The guests are also in for a real treat with catering from Silver Spoon that would make any foodie smile with delight (especially since this is their second catered feast — oh, did we forget to mention that the bride and groom also treated their partygoers at the sangeet with some fabulous fare from Milan Indian Cuisine?). How adorable are the bride and her father doing their thing on the dance floor, by the way? Looks like they're giving friends and family a show to remember! Now that they've gotten their guests feet tapping with the help of DJ Salim, it's time for everyone to join in on the fun. The party atmosphere just isn't complete without some mood lights, and Got Light had our newlyweds' backs when it came to that. These portraits and candid moments were beautifully captured by Wedding Documentary Photo + Cinema, and you can see plenty more from this celebration in the full gallery and in our Best of 2014 E-zine!
For an exclusive look at the bride getting ready for her big day, click here.