The newlyweds headed to the Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City for the amazing reception A Panache Affair planned for them, which was filled with decor in the style of Old Hollywood by Kismet Event Design. The fashionable couple dressed for the theme with incredibly chic reception outfits! Our Indian bride wore a glamorous gold lengha covered with pearls, silver embroidery and jewels; Beauty By Linda Chiriac created a dramatic look for her with side swept romantic curls and makeup that perfectly matched the colors of her lengha! We also adored the Maharani's unique black bouquet! To see more of her fabulous reception fashion, check out Lin & Jirsa Photography's photos in the full gallery! We hope to also bring you Robles Video Productions's video of the superb Sikh wedding soon, where we can also view the makeup looks Dolled up by Lulu created for the bride's family!

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Maharani Natasha on choosing her bridal lenghas:

"I feel like I am one of those brides who has been planning my wedding since I was 5. I love Indian fashion and design and I spent countless hours dreaming up my wedding outfits. Once I was actually shopping in India I quickly realized that I was not finding what I was looking for in ready-made lenghas. Ultimately I had all of my outfits custom-made which was stressful because you never quite know how the end product will turn out but luckily my outfits exceeded my expectations and I am glad that I was able to get one-of-a-kind looks for my wedding."

On the most magical wedding moment:

"The most magical moment of my wedding was definitely when I walked down the aisle. The moments leading up to my entrance were filled with anxiety and anticipation. But as soon as the doors opened and I saw all of my family and friends and saw Sunny waiting there for me all my fears drifted away."

On her first dance song:

"'Lovesong' by Adele was our first dance selection. The song just sums up romance and love. It is one of those timeless songs that always speaks to you and we knew right away that it would be perfect for us."

We'll be at the dazzling reception when we come back!

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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