Happy Thursday, friends! The fabulous photographers from Events by SPL are treating us to some of the most deliciously delightful Indian wedding details, and we're sharing it all with you! Meet today's blushing bride, Anjali, and the Raja of her dreams Pritesh! This adorable duo is getting ready to exchange I dos at The Westin Buckhead Atlanta, and are donning their ceremony best and posing for some unforgettable first look portraits! Maharani Anjali is as beautiful as can be in a custom designed bridal lengha by Ranisha Patel of Binari Art, adorned in a striking set of gold wedding jewelry. Her Prince Charming is devilishly dashing in his traditional sherwani and accessories, and we can't get enough of the endearing moment his Princess laid eyes on him — absolutely adorable! Erica Bogart Beauty flawlessly styled Anjali's makeup and gave her a picture perfect glow. Before we bring you all the incredible baraat and ceremony details, you have to check out some of the sensational pre-wedding fashions in the complete gallery!

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Maharani Anjali on how she met the Raja of her dreams, Pritesh:

"Pritesh and I have been a part of the same friend group for over 10 years now. After college, we grew closer and closer and began liking each other. It was then on Christmas Eve 2012 that he asked me out on a first date at Einstein's Brunch in Atlanta. Our relationship grew from friendship to love over the years and now to husband and wife!"

On her Raja's romantic proposal:

"At the time, Pritesh was in Business School in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. We were in a long distance relationship and I had no idea he was in Atlanta, surprising me with a proposal. He was planning this day with 20 of our closest friends and family on the beautiful rooftop of our friends condo in Atlanta. On June 21, I was at brunch with my girlfriends which soon turned into a beautiful proposal. They somehow convinced me to go to our friends condo. As the elevator doors opened, I see Pritesh waiting outside with a single rose in his hand (remember, I thought he was in Chapel Hill) The moment Pritesh got down on one knee, it started pouring rain. It was the most romantic moment of my life. My mom always tells me rain symbolizes good luck, but at the time, my vision was blurred with rain drops and tears of joy. I was finally going to marry the man of my dreams!"

Meet me back here later today for some breathtaking wedding moments from Anjali and Pritesh's ceremony!

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Photography: Events by SPL | Hair & Makeup: Erica Bogart Beauty | Venue: The Westin Buckhead Atlanta | Cinematography: WalkOnWater Productions | Floral & Decor: Utopian Events | DJs & Entertainment: Prime DJs | Bridal Fashions: Binari Art |