Today's blushing Indian bride is ready to reveal her Maharani style to the Raja of her dreams! Donning a red, white and gold wedding lengha and looking flawless thanks to hair and makeup artists from Pink Palette Artists, Khushali is sure to take Raja Bert's breath away! The fabulous photographers from EVOKE Photography & Video have captured those romantic first look moments between the adorable duo, plus the most breathtaking highlights from the groom's baraat and their Hindu wedding ceremony at the Chateau Cocomar! This Indian fusion celebration is delivering a doozy of dreamy Desi details our way right now with some sensational elements and we're falling head over heels for it all! With fantastic floral work by Plants n' Petals, and a contemporary flare thanks to the venue's event planning and design team, Khushali and Bert tied the knot in unforgettable fashion. Now that they're officially husband and wife, they'll be itching to celebrate their newly-minted union with a reception to remember, and with the help of their expert DJ from DJ Riz Entertainment, it's sure to be an extraordinary evening! Before we bring you all of those fun-tastic post-ceremony details, make sure you visit the complete gallery for more of the newlyweds' first look and ceremony moments — plus even more wedding portraits!
Maharani Khushali, on her wedding style:
"We are both very traditional and wanted to make sure we incorporate Chinese and Indian styles to our wedding. Red and gold are both considered auspicious colors and that was the the color palette for the wedding (Hindu style) and tea ceremony (Chinese style). For reception, we went for coral and gold theme that matched my dress."
On the search for her dream wedding lengha:
"I had spent hours and hours on the internet and Pintrest trying to find the design. I needed someone to incorporate all of my visions into one PERFECT lengha. Bert and I flew to India so I find a designer that could put my vision into reality and found Pooja Koshti. She was an absolute delight to work with and knew exactly what I wanted. We discussed every little detail like the gold thread I wanted used for the intricate designs."
On her bridal jewelry:
"Jewelry was very heavy and made of traditional gold all the way from India. All of my aunts, uncles and my parents were part of picking and designing the wedding jewelry. It was a gift from my parents which made it even more special."
Sit tight my dears! You won't want to miss out on any of the divine reception details from Khushali and Bert's extraordinary affair!