Happy July, dolls! We have a spellbinding day ahead of us because Nobility Events has shared another one of their gorgeously planned and designed South Asian weddings! We're starting off the day with a look at the mehndi night, where Abhishek Decorators knocked the socks off of us with their incredible floral and decor work! Seriously, how amazing is that stage? It looks like the bride-to-be, Maharani Farah, and her Raja, Tarek, are sitting under a romantic night sky, framed by the gorgeous glowing colors of a vibrant sunset. This pre-wedding celebration went down at Royal Albert's Palace in Edison, New Jersey, and looks like it was one remarkable night for all. The bride is picture perfect in every shot thanks to her hair and makeup artist from Beauty by Warda. Laaj Studios snapped up plenty more beautiful details from the night, and to see them all, make your way into the complete gallery.

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The bride, on her Mehndi Night style:

"Tarek and I wanted all three days of our wedding to have different but unique looks. On our Mehndi day, we envisioned an upbeat vibe, so we used a brighter, colorful palette, focusing on hot pinks, oranges and blues."

On her hair and makeup:

"For a three day event, it was really important for me to make sure that each day's look was different. I already had styles in mind, however my hair and make up artists gave me great ideas to incorporate into each look. For the Mehndi day, I went for a very nonconventional look. I wore my hair down with loose curls and topped it off with a hot pink lip, glittery gold eyes, and dramatic lashes."

The Shaadi day is up next, so make sure you check back in with us soon!

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Floral & Decor: Abhishek Decorators | Hair & Makeup: Saimas Bridal | Photography: Laaj Studios | Venue (Mehndi Night): Royal Albert's Palace | Venue (Ceremony): South Gate Manor | Venue (Walima): The Estate at Florentine Gardens | DJs & Entertainment: DJ Gaurav | Photo Booth: Scott Roth Events & PhotographyMakeup (Mehndi Night/Walima): Beauty by Warda |