Today's newlyweds hit the streets of Austin for one seriously unforgettable portrait session with William Bichara Photography. We love the shot under the veil and how absolutely flawless Maharani Sunitha looks in each and every frame! Vanessa Marie Artistry totally knocked it out of the park with the bride's makeup, and her best gal pals couldn't be any more perfect in their bright, coral-colored saris! These striking shots are straight out of a magazine if you ask me! Raja Larry rocks his suit like only a Prince can and the groomsmen are way too cute to even begin. In just a bit, this lively bunch are heading over to the reception of a lifetime at the Hyatt Regency Austin, where DJ Riz Entertainment will be bringing down the house to help partygoers celebrate in Maharani style. In the meantime, check out more amazing portraits from this session in the full gallery!

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The bride, on what she enjoyed most about planning her dream wedding:

"The part I enjoyed the most was watching both families coming together. Both us have a large family with lots of uncles, aunts and cousins just like most Indian families. It was just amazing to watch both sides of the family getting to know each other as they were helping out with the wedding festivities and having a blast while they were doing so."

On the role that family and friends played:

"We would not have had the wedding of our dreams without the love and support of our parents. I was also very lucky to have my sister-in-law to help me plan the wedding. We were also so lucky to have the best bridal party ever. Every single one volunteered to help with the tiny details of the wedding and made it a complete success. Thanks to everyone, it was the most joyous event of our lives."

Sit tight, dolls! We'll be back before you can say "reception sari"!

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Contemporary
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DJ: DJ Riz Entertainment | Photography: William Bichara Photography | Bridal Fashions: Draped2Nines | Venues: Hyatt Regency Dalllas | Venue: Hyatt Regency Austin | Cinematography: Who Is Matt | Floral & Decor: Exquisite Petals | Hair: Roxana Hurtado | Makeup: Vanessa Marie Artistry | Photo Booth Rental: Shutterbooth | Bridal Fashion: Liancarlo