Get ready for this next Indian bride and groom to give you the fuzzy feels as they tug on your heartstrings with their sincere and genuine love for one another. The fabulous Electric Karma planned and designed their spectacular wedding event at the Marriott Coral Springs Hotel in Florida, and Jason Avery Films caught it all on film. These heart-skipping highlights feature a tear-inducing first look, and inspiring floral and decor details by Suhaag Gardens. The bride is an absolute doll as she smiles and giggles during her hair and makeup session with Sumaiya's iBrow Studio & Skin Care, and you'll fall in love with her red, white and gold bridal lengha — I particularly LOVE the skirt! Her impressive jewels and golden dupatta give her an extra wedding day glow, and the green and yellow wedding stage is the perfect complimentary contrast to the happy couple's ensembles. Once the pair have officially tied the knot, Dudha Productions helps them and their lucky guests celebrate the union with some party beats at the reception — and wait until you see the bride's lengha! Don't wait a second longer!
The bride, on her Raja's romantic proposal:
"I had a feeling when Jay would be proposing and I made the mistake of telling him I knew. He continued to plan a romantic weekend getaway to Newport and did NOT propose on our trip! I felt so defeated that I was wrong, and he surprised me with a proposal the day after we returned. I was absolutely caught off guard and was so surprised!"
On her wedding style:
"I wanted a wedding that was energetic and set-up for endless fun, which is how I feel my relationship is with Jay, and how our relationship fits with our closest family and friends. Rather than picking colors and themes, I picked certain items that just jumped out at me and worked backwards -- like a snow cone station at the garba."
On what she enjoyed most about planning her dream wedding:
"Wedding planning could be really frustrating at times, but I really appreciated how it brought me closer to people in my life, including my now husband, my in-laws and most of all, my mother and sister, two of the most influential women in my life whom I have living far from for so long."
On her most memorable wedding day moment:
"My first look was one of the most intimate, emotional and magical moments of the wedding weekend. It was our one chance to really look into each others eyes and tell each other how much we love each other without having to say it. I highly recommend other couples make time for one before the whirl of the weekend sweeps you away!"
On the role family and friends played:
"Everyone helped! It was absolutely humbling to watch my family members and friends from the community swarm out house to turn out living room into a splash of color for the mehndi and hand-roll sweets and paan for all the guests. My sister worked one-on-one with the bakery for our cake and my brother bustled around town looking for flowers for my bridesmaids' hair. I cannot imagine having a wedding without them, they will forever be a part of our marriage."
There's still one more Filmy on the way, so sit tight!