Maharani Anita looks like a million bucks as she heads down the aisle during her Indian wedding ceremony at  The Ballroom At The Carlos Center in Atlanta, Georgia, in a bridal lengha by Anokhi Ada. From her flawlessly finished hair and makeup, by Gunn Glamour, all the down to the delicate mehndi design on her toes, by Beauty You Deserve, this Indian bride is looking phenomenal! Wedding photographer, Peter Nguyen Photography, captured all of the most unforgettable ceremony highlights that are sure to melt your hearts — just like they did ours. With the mandap, by floral and decor experts Utopian Events, all aglow, and a catered lunch by Thali, guests may never leave this extraordinary event! You can see even more memorable moments from this vow exchange in the complete gallery!

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

"Shopping for the outfits and food tasting! I got all my outfits from Sona Amin (store: Anokhi Ada) whom I happened upon at a bridal show. She was great. All of her stuff was so GORGEOUS and quality that's hard to find nowadays. She also helped me design both my reception outfit and the bridesmaid outfits."

On her wedding style:

"I was never the little girl that planned her dream wedding. We're very family-oriented and wanted to make it easy for family to attend so we decided to have it in Atlanta. Once we were engaged, I decided I wanted the traditional wedding colors so I could incorporate my mom's wedding jewelry.
For the reception, we decided to go with blue and gold because it's both of ours favorite color.
We then found our amazing decorator and DJ who did all the hard work to create the perfect day and night. All the credit goes to Angelica, Shushil, and their staff with Utopian Events as well as Jay Gandhi with Indaglow."

I'll be right back with a look at the newlyweds as they get ready for the celebration of a lifetime!

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