Now that the knot has officially been tied, it's time for the newlyeds to slip into their party best and head to the reception of a lifetime. Lax States has done up the ballroom at the Westminster Hotel with some contemporary and Pin-worthy Indian wedding decorations that are sure to please modern, South Asian brides of even the most discerning tastes. Maharani Manpreet is rocking the most fabulous reception lengha and is ready to party with the help of DJ Sunny Entertainment. Her lime, navy and hot pink look is absolutley to-die-for, and her hair and makeup by Lush Bridal is simply sensational. These frame-worthy pics by NYNJ Photography highlight some of the most amazing reception details, and the portraits are just so remarkably fantastic. Do yourself a solid and visit the the gallery for a complete look at this unforgettable Sikh wedding event.
The bride, on her reception style:
"I had lime green lengha with midnight navy top and neon pink dupatta & gold MK wedges. Pearl and royal blue stone jewelry. We had girl meets boy theme with whisky bar and pearls, crystals and flowers as decoration."
On choosing her wedding outfits:
"I went to Canada for my wedding outfits. I always knew that I didn't want a traditional lengha and colors for the reception. I wanted something different and something that stands out so I picked lime green with a hint of neon pink."
On her most memorable wedding moment:
"My reception was very special for me because both sides of my family got along so well as if they knew each other for many years. I loved how everyone enjoyed every moment and danced the night away."
On her reception hairdo:
"I already knew how I wanted my hair...I always wanted to have a soft look with big wavy curls."
On the role that family and friends played:
"My family helped me with everything and every decision regarding my wedding. They were there with me picking my outfits to helping with venues and food. They were there for me every step of the way."
I hope you gals found some serious inspiration from today's wedding, and we'll see you tomorrow!