The ceremony venue at the Hilton Polaris in Columbus, Ohio, has been trimmed from top to bottom in the most glam Indian wedding decorations the state has ever seen by floral and decor experts, Weddings InStyle! Event photographer, Derk's Works, captured these fantastic and stunning highlights from the South Indian wedding ceremony between Maharani Sreeja and Raja Anil, which was planned and designed by the amazing team at Joie de Vivre Events and features an out-of-this-world six-pillar, gold mandap. These candid shots will take your breath away and make your heart smile (unless you're a Scrooge to love, and we know you're not!). Sigh, it's all way too beautiful, isn't it? You can see even more from this unforgettable ceremony in to complete gallery! I'll be back later today with a look at the reception, which you definitely don't want to miss!

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Maharani Sreeja on her wedding style:

"I would describe my wedding style as vintage glam. I wanted the color gold to be incorporated in everything and I wanted my decor to look very elegant and classic. I had three different color palettes for my events. I wanted the sangeet to be colorful and fun so I picked the colors teal,purple, pink and gold. For the wedding ceremony I went with more traditional colors such as ivory, blush, raspberry pink, and dark red. I went for a traditional 6 pillar gold mandap that was decorated with flowers. The reception style was classic, vintage and glam. The colors were navy blue, blush, gold, champagne and pops of raspberry pink."

On what she enjoyed most about planning her dream wedding:

"Planning the decor for each event was the most enjoyable. My vendor Weddings InStyle from Dayton, OH did a wonderful job executing my ideas and my vision for all the three events. I enjoyed selecting the colors, the themes, and the decorations for the events."

Sit tight, dolls! I'll be back in a flash!

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Floral & Decor: Weddings InStyle | Planning & Design: Joie de Vivre Events | Photography: Derk's Works | Venue: Hilton Polaris | Cinematography: Little Tree Studios | Cakes & Treats: The Cake Studio | Catering (Sangeet & Reception): Cumin Indian Restaurant | Catering (Ceremony): Maanas | DJs & Entertainment: DJ Sunny Entertainment | Baraat: Willow Wind Carriage & Limousine Service