Today's blushing bride, Sarah, is getting ready to say I do to the Raja of her dreams, Ranveen, and m three studio photography was on hand to capture all the romantic moments of the two as they took in their first look! Donning a stunning white wedding gown in lace, an impeccable updo by The Shoppe and a stunning "no makeup" look by Natural Radiance, Sarah is the picture of wedding perfection. Her hubby-to-be is dashing in his handsome, charcoal suit and tie, and their entire wedding party are putting their best feet forward in elegant outfits as well. The bridal party are mixin' and matchin' beautifully in their pale pink dresses, and the dapper groomsmen are stepping out in style in their complementing ensembles. We can't wait for you to see Sarah and Ranveen's breathtaking ceremony at Cuvée, next. In the meantime, you can fill up on even more portrait perfection in the complete gallery!

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Maharani Sarah, on her hair and makeup:

"I had both my hair and makeup done professionally for most of the events. It took the stress off me and they were so easy to work with. We definitely had to do some trial-runs before, but it turned out great."

On her wedding day fashions:

"I really wanted to have a fusion wedding where both our cultures were represented. My husband's parents immigrated to the US when they were in their 20's and so it was really important to me that the style of the wedding be reflective of his heritage as well as my own. I knew that I wanted to wear a traditional white dress, but I also really loved the bright colors and so I also chose to have a traditional red lengha."

Don't move a muscle, my dears! The main event is up next!

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Photography: M three studio photography | Venue: Cuvée | Planning/Design & Decor/Catering: Gracious Events | Cakes & Treats: The Cake Lady | DJs & Entertainment/Lighting: Sound By Design | Hair: The Shoppe | Makeup: Natural Radiance | Mehndi Artist: Priti Lala |