Check out our beautiful bride Devi— courtesy of Jobst Media, getting primped and primed for her big day. Makeup artist, Amanie Mokdad, gives our Maharani a bold look consisting of shimmering eye shadows. And, I just adore her choice of gold jewels with ruby and emerald accents. I can't decide which I love more—the necklace or the double maang tikka! Get to the gallery for more beauty tips!

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The ceremony shots are up next!

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GUIDE
style
Traditional
season
Spring
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Photography: Jobst Media Photojournalism and Cinematography | Planning & Design: Blissful Weddings and Events | Sangeet / Ceremony Venue: The Westin Southfield Detroit | Reception Venue: Shenandoah Country Club | Floral & Decor: Bellisario Florist | Cakes & Treats: Sweet Dreams | Catering: Rangoli | Lighting: Colonial Event | Hair & Mehndi: Ekta Kansara | Makeup: Amanie Mokdad | DJ & Entertainment: Dhol Player Entertainment | Baraat: Pinecrest Percherons and Carriage Service