The reception celebration carries on at the grand Richard Nixon Library in Southern California. Lin & Jirsa Photography shows us that Maharani Cemone and Maharaja Wade dawn a more traditional look for their post-wedding bash. The Bangladeshi bride looks precious in her red and silver lengha by Frontier Heritage, and her beautiful mehndi design is by Henna Pakeezah. The man of her dreams looks quite festive in his cream-colored sherwani as he arrives on his great, white steed by Enchanted Carriages. Now that is what I call — arriving in style! This fun-filled party is filled with lively entertainment including mesmerizing performances by the Haseen Dance Company and Senryu Taiko drummers. I am sure the newlyweds were more than pleased with every detail because it truly looks like a blast is had by all! Relive every moment from the beginning in the gallery!

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From the bride, on the first dance:

"Our first dance was to Ed Sheeran's "Thinking out loud." I know it's a popular wedding song now but it wasn't even on the radio when we played it at our wedding. We went to an Ed Sheeran concert July 2014 and heard the song for the first time sung by the man himself, and we knew instantly it was going to be our song for our first dance! We felt like he was speaking to us, the song summarizes our relationship perfectly!"

Hope you enjoyed this wedding as much as I did!



Venues: The Richard Nixon Library | Baraat: Enchanted Carriages | Floral & Decor: Deepti's Floral Designs & Mandaps | Mehndi Artists: Henna Pakeezah | Bridal Fashions: Frontier Heritage | Photography: Lin & Jirsa Photography | Gaye Holud Venue: Peacock Gardens | Cinematography: MCJ Impressions | Planning & Design: K & S Events by Design | Floral & Decor: Chez Rose | Cakes & Treats: King's Hawaiian | Catering: Anaheim White House | DJ & Entertainment / Lighting: 3D Sounds | Entertainment: Haseen Dance Company | Dancers: Senryu Taiko | Hair & Makeup: Vanity Belle Beauty Boutique | Bridal Fashions: Frontier Heritage