The Ballroom At The Carlos Center has been decked out in some major floral and decor by Utopian Events, and lit to absolute party perfection by DJ and lighting specialists from Indaglow Productions, and it's time for the party to start! Peter Nguyen Photography captured some uber unforgettable highlights from this Indian wedding reception, including Maharani Anita and Raja Chirag's first dance and their cake cutting! The newlyweds treated their special guests to a catered feast by Atlanta foodie favorites, Cafe Bombay Restaurant and Catering, and then partygoers celebrated the night away on the dance floor — don't you wish you were invited? We do! To see everything there is to see from this extraordinary Indian wedding event, visit the complete inspiration gallery!

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The bride, on her most memorable wedding moment:

"Honestly, looking back, the best part was how much both of our families chipped in to help and the time I got to spend with family before and after the events. It's hard to find the time to do that so when your family gets the chance to do that, it's rare and most definitely magical."

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

"It's Your Love" by Tim McGraw verbalized exactly what our love and relationship is."

On the role that family and friends played in helping her realize her dream wedding:

"I couldn't even begin to name all the individuals that helped make our day so perfect, but my brother, Kiran Patel, brother-in-law, Rakesh Patel, and sister Reena Patel went above and beyond to give us everything we wanted for our big day. They basically had their normal careers plus the job of helping plan and execute our 600 guest 2-3 day wedding extravaganza. Our day wouldn't have been anywhere near what it was without them."

Have a spectacular rest of the day, Maharanis! We'll see you all tomorrow!

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