Drish Couture Events planned and designed the most splendid Indian wedding reception for today's bride and groom, and it's time for them to hit the floor for their first dance! Jacques Mateo, of Mateos Wedding, captured that memorable moment, and many more, from the post-ceremony party, where Maharani Jigna donned a stunning and elegant lengha from Dilli Darzi. Her hair and makeup by Appease Inc. were fabulously finished and not a single floral or decor detail was left out. The sweetheart table stood centerstage and was surrounded by a semi-halo of floating candles that illuminated the newlyweds beautifully. We'll be giving you an exclusive look at the highlight reel from Jigna and Rahul's wedding day, created by A&A Photography and Video, tomorrow on our Platinum Guide, so make sure to check it out! Until then, revel in the captivating moments captured in this collection of images from the event in the complete gallery!

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Maharani Jigna, on her most memorable wedding day moment: 

"It all went by very fast but my favorite was the reception program, I feel like it really was for us to sit back and enjoy, especially when my family did a surprise dance and my mom did the whip and nae and nae."

On her first dance with Raja Rahul:

"We had a friend from my high school play sax and it was beautiful, and we invited everyone to come dance with us half way through the song and as I remember it, it was just him and I on the floor, I was shocked when I saw the pictures and saw how many people were on the dance floor with us enjoying the moment."

On the role that family and friends played:

"My mother-in-law worked really hard to make sure I had the invitations that I wanted, all custom-made. It was stressful but she was able to navigate that very well and it was a big help! My parents and best friends helped me with a lot of the minor details, from our table numbers to some of the centerpieces, there were a lot of DIY aspects."

Don't forget to hit the Platinum Guide tomorrow for an exclusive look at the wedding film from Jigna and Rahul's wedding!

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Planning & Design: Drish Couture Events | Hair & Makeup: Appease Inc. | Bridal Fashions: Dilli Darzi | Mehndi Artists: Makeup By Kulsoom Sakaria | Hair & Makeup: Makeup By Kulsoom Sakaria | Photography: Mateos Wedding | Venue (Ceremony): BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir | Cinematography: A&A Photography and Video | DJs & Entertainment: DJ Runi | Saxophonist: Justin Ward