The Westin Tampa Harbour Island is abuzz with wedding excitement as today's blushing bride and groom head over to their delightfully decked out venue for a Hindu ceremony to remember! This fabulous fusion affair, flawlessly planned by Pea to Tree Events, featured an energetic baraat procession where Raja David danced his way over to the mandap accompanied by Trinidad & Tobago Sweet Tassa and a merry band of happy guests, and delightful ceremony decor by Hannah's Floral & EventsRad Red Creative captured all these captivating highlights and wedding portraits from the blushing bride's first of two ceremonies, and when we return, we'll dive heart first into her and her brand new hubby's Christian nuptials! For now, head into the complete gallery for more wedding details from this extraordinary event, and don't forget to check out the highlight reel that Paul Duhon Videography created for the happy couple over on the Videos Blog!

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Maharani Amrita, on her most memorable wedding moment:

"I had two moments that I found magical. For our Hindu ceremony, when we took our first steps around the fire, I felt very emotional. I realized at that moment I was marrying my best friend and my life was changing forever. My second memorable moment was when my family saw me for the first time in my outfit for the Hindu wedding. I was so happy and proud that I had the opportunity to honor my Guyanese-American culture."

Raja David, on his most memorable wedding moment:

"The most memorable part of the entire wedding was when Amrita first walked out in her Hindu wedding outfit. She looked like a goddess and I was choking back tears, unable to believe that this beautiful woman was marrying me."

Don't miss out on Amrita and David's Christian ceremony highlights, coming up next!

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Planning & Design: Pea to Tree Events | Cakes & Treats: Hands on Sweets | Photography: Rad Red Creative | Venue: The Westin Tampa Harbour Island | Videography: Paul Duhon Videography | Floral & Decor: Hannah's Floral & Events | Catering: Sayroo's Bakery | DJ: GT ViBEZ SoundCrew | Hair & Makeup: Michele Renee The Studio | Baraat: Trinidad & Tobago Sweet Tassa | Mehndi Artist: Tampa Henna Garlands