Okay, Lovelies. Ready for some of the most spectacular ceremony moments, like ever? Christine Godsey from Engaging Affairs planned a breathtaking fusion wedding event for today's Indian bride and the Raja of her dreams, and their outdoor ceremony is totally going to wow you to pieces. Amaryllis worked some serious floral and decor magic and delivered the floral mandap of my dreams! So. Amazing. The aisle is decorated with intricate designs created of white flower petals, and fabric panels loom luxuriously above. Connor Studios captured these incredible moments as Maharani Kavya and Raja Roberts said their I dos and sealed the deal on their happily ever afters. You may think things can't possibly get any more impressive for the day, but just wait for it. The reception is coming up next, and things just keep getting better and better. If you want to take a quick peek at what I'm talking about, check out the complete gallery!

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The bride, on her wedding style:

"My goal was elegant rustic. I wanted the palette to be simple so that the beautiful colors of the guests' saris & salwars would really pop. My colors were white and shades of coral for the Sangeet, with gold accents and a more rustic feel. The ceremony was all white, with lush greenery - the goal was to really emphasize the bright reds of the wedding party ensembles. For the reception, we went with white and gold as our color palette."

On what she enjoyed most about planning her dream wedding:

"I loved the wedding planning process. My planner, Christine Godsey of Engaging Affairs, was so fun to work with. I had some pretty specific ideas of what I wanted and she helped work through prioritizing. She was also very knowledgeable and I could trust her assessments on feasibility and cost effectiveness, as well as her vendor recommendations. I also loved getting to incorporate fun personal elements into the wedding, like Dino magnets for the escort cards and a donut tower for the groom's cake."

The party is just about to get started so don't move a muscle or you just might miss it!

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Mehndi Artists: Bhavna’s Henna and Arts | DJ: Planet DJ Productions | Planning & Design: Engaging Affairs | Live Music: Dholi Mastana | Photography: Connor Studios | Venue (Sangeet): Kingsmill Resort | Cinematography: Belvedere Stories | Lighting & Draping: Blue Steel Lighting Design | Dinnerware Rental: Prop Shop Party Rentals | Wedding Invites: Haute Papier | Wedding Stationery & Paper Products: Just Write Studios | Floral & Decor (Sangeet): Flower Cupboard | Linen & Chair Rentals: Distinctive Event Rentals | Linens: La Tavola Fine Linen Rental | DJs & Entertainment (Wedding): Bialek's Music | Photo Booth: Booth-O-Rama | Baraat: Smithfield Horse & Carriage Co. | Draping (Ceremony): Big Top EntertainmentString Quartet (Ceremony): Belle Arte Quartet |