Touch of Elegance Event Plannersplanning and design prowess is culminating in the details of today's Indian wedding reception at the gorgeously grand Capitale in New York Citty. Indian bride, Alisha, left it to the pros to help her realize the night of her dreams, and these incredible images of the evening, captivatingly captured by House of Talent Studio, are just a tasting of her fantasy-come-true. With House of Dipali at the forefront of the floral and decor details, everything is looking just perfect. I mean, when was the last time you saw a sweetheart stage more exquisite than today's? The room is lit impeccably with the most magnificent mood lighting, helping to create the party-perfect paradise for folks on the dance floor. Our dazzling Maharani is beyond brilliant in her ombréd lengha, and the Raja of her dreams is a dashing delight in his terrifically tailored tuxedo. This happy couple have totally spread their contagious wedding joy to us today, and we know you felt it too. Since we couldn't fit all the phenomenal details into just four little posts, you'll have to check out the complete gallery to feast on all of the other remarkable moments from this extraordinary Indian wedding event!

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

"Hands down, the best part was CAKE TASTING! Just kidding. My favorite moments were those leading up to the wedding: spending time with my family, seeing the excitement on their faces and experiencing true joy and love during all of the planning. We were unbelievably lucky - we had so much help and support from people all across the world!"

On her and her Raja's first dance song selection:

"Aman and I entered the Capitale (donning sunglasses, because why not?) to 'Bonnie and Clyde' by Jay-Z and Beyonce. For our first dance, we chose the classic 'I Can't Take My Eyes Off of You' by Lauryn Hill and had a surprise mix in of 'Trap Queen' by Fetty Wap - both songs, although seemingly opposite, just match our relationship perfectly!"

More thoughts from the bride:

"The 8 years leading up to our wedding was a beautiful journey, for not only us but our families. We were together for so long that the wedding in and of itself did not matter to us - in fact, we were seriously considering a small destination wedding or elopement! After a lot of planning, the best week of our lives (the honeymoon comes in a very close second) was the time we spent dancing, drinking, laughing and smiling with our families. Without them, we are nothing."

Thanks for joining us for today's amazing wedding, Maharanis! We'll see you again tomorrow!

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Floral & Decor: House of Dipali | Photography: House of Talent Studio | Planning & Design: Touch of Elegance Event Planners | Catering: Bukhara Grill | Hair & Makeup: Brides by GinniBridal Fashions: Image Boutique Shop |