We're at the Hilton Glendale to see how the ultra talented team at Kismet Event Design transformed the venue for today's super glam Sikh wedding! A Panache Affair worked meticulously to plan every detail of the event so our Indian bride and groom could focus on making memories! The couple took their fabulous first look portraits with Lin & Jirsa Photography and then it was time to tie the knot! They entered the ornately decorated ceremony space that Kismet Event Design filled with lush flowers looking like royalty; our Maharani looked especially gorgeous with flawless makeup by Beauty By Linda Chiriac! We hope we can get the phenomenal wedding video from Robles Video Productions to see every second of the magic, but for now we'll head to the full gallery to see more!

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Maharani Natasha on her wedding style:

"When we began to discuss and brainstorm our wedding design a few things became clear quickly. We wanted to approach each event with a completely different look and feel while still carrying on a theme throughout. For the sangeet we wanted a very traditional feel with lanterns and candles to give it a classic and romantic vibe. Our color theme of royal blues and peaches was unique and added to the traditional sangeet design. For the wedding we went for a very organic and floral-heavy design concept. The peaches and corals looked beautiful and did not conflict with the royal wedding look we achieved. For the reception we wanted to give our guests a totally unique experience. Sunny and I were both born and raised in L.A so it made sense for us to go for an Old Hollywood theme. The color theme was based around black and metallics. Everything from the black dance floor with a gold mirror decal to the black chandeliers that surrounded our sweetheart set up tied into our theme. It was something totally different but it allowed Sunny and I to show our personality through the event and I hope our guests left feeling that they got a true taste of Old Hollywood. The design of our events was executed seamlessly by Sadia and her team at Kismet Events. It was great to see that all of our events were very much our taste but displayed in completely different ways."

On her favorite part of wedding planning:

"The most enjoyable aspect as well as the biggest piece of advice I could give to anyone who is starting out in the planning process is to hire a great wedding planner. You have to make sure that you have a level of comfort and trust in your planner and open communication. Not only does this make the process easier but there is a level of comfort knowing that your planner will ensure your vision is achieved. Our planner Shveta Dhillon of A Panache Affair took our ideas and turned them into the wedding of our dreams. She provided so much insight and built upon our ideas. The collaborative effort made for a very enjoyable experience."

We'll have the scoop on this fashionable couple's reception style up next!

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Cinematography: Robles Video Productions | Hair & Makeup: Dolled up by Lulu | Floral & Decor: Kismet Event Design | Photography: Lin & Jirsa Photography | Venue (Ceremony): Hilton Glendale | Venue (Sangeet): Brandview Ballroom | Venue (Reception): Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City | Cakes & Treats: Bella Donna Special Events | Catering: Manohar's Delhi Palace | DJ: Wicked Entertainment | Planning & Design: A Panache Affair | Hair & Makeup (Bride): Beauty By Linda Chiriac | Mehndi: Henna by Sheetal |