It's time to revel in the extraordinary ceremony details from Anjali and Pritesh's Indian wedding celebration at The Westin Buckhead Atlanta, and there's no better way to do that than with these stunning images captured by the talented photographic team from Events by SPL! Check out that luxurious mandap by the floral and decor experts from Utopian Events, and the blushing Indian bride's carved "ivory" doli — such sensational details, and that's just the beginning! An irresistibly cute mini Maharani ushered in the bridal party in her blue and gold dress, which matched the bridesmaids saris, and undoubtedly caused a few head tilts and "aws" from guests awaiting the bride of the hour, who dazzled in her traditional wedding lengha by Binari Art. For an exclusive look at Raja Pritesh's memorable baraat procession and a sneak peek at some of the reception details, head into the complete gallery!

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Maharani Anjali on her bridal lenghas:

"I must say, Pinterest became my best friend. A few weeks after the proposal, I became obsessed with blogging lenghas, cholis, mendhi, hair, makeup, you name it on various Pinterest boards. My amazing friends helped me pick out ideas for my outfits which was incredibly helpful! Once I had a general idea of the style and colors I wanted, I reached out to a local designer (Ranisha Patel with Binari Art) who was absolutely amazing at taking my thoughts from paper and making them reality. She did an excellent job at listening to my needs and made my outfits more beautiful than I could have asked for. I specifically remember trying on my bridal lengha for the first time. That moment was indescribable, all thanks to Ranisha."

On her most memorable wedding moment:

"The moment I entered the ballroom for the first time was the most magical moment I can remember. I decided I wanted to be carried in a doli with all of my brothers and my mama (mom's brother) by my side. As we all gathered outside of the ballroom, something hit me. I remember the music changing to my bridal entrance music (Sajde Kiye Hain Lakhon) and tears instantly ran down my face. These were tears of happiness and tears of sadness. I was finally making my way down the aisle to marry the man of my dreams but on the same note, I was no longer going to be my daddy's little girl. As we made way down the aisle, there wasn't a single dry eye in the room. We were surrounded by so much love as we became husband and wife that day."

I'll be back in a flash with details from the post-ceremony celebration, so make sure to check back in soon!

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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 |