With an A-list team of vendors behind her Desi dream wedding vision, you can be sure that today's Indian bride said I do surrounded by the most unforgettable details. Sobi Qazi Design House planned and designed a captivating ceremony for Shikha and the Raja of her dreams at the Renaissance Tulsa Hotel & Convention Center, and the shaadi shutterbugs from Morgan Lynn Photography captured ever highlight in breathtaking detail. Floral and decor experts from Prashe Decor delivered a luxurious wedding space filled with lavish blooms which included an unbelievable canopy of cascading flowers over the stage, and red and pink rose petals everywhere. Add to the mix some twinkling tea lights and stunning chandeliers, and we couldn't ask for anything more. Maharani Shikha wore a traditional, red and gold wedding lengha that was fabulous as can be, and when we return, she's changing into the most incredible reception lengha to celebrate becoming a Mrs. with the help of the party pros from DJ Riz Entertainment! For now, don't miss out on a single detail from her and Ameet's exquisite Indian wedding ceremony! You can fill up on every last bit in the complete gallery!

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Maharani Shikha, on her wedding style:

"My wedding style would probably be describes as "lux garden" I love florals and wanted heavy floral decor but in a very sophisticated way. For the color scheme - I started with my love for rose gold!! and then picked colors that complemented that-blush tones with ivory and pops of deep burgundy. I looked at a lot of pinterest pictures for inspiration but ultimately came up with my own visions which my decorator was able to bring to life.

The mandap was absolutely stunning. I wanted something very different and with lots of fresh florals that could be used again as a focal point above the dance floor at the reception. So many people said to me that it was the most beautiful mandap they had every seen and I agree! I was so please that our decorator was able to understand my vision exactly!"

On shopping for her wedding lengha:

"I spent hours and hours on pinterest and instagram looking for outfit inspiration. I did all of my shopping in India (Delhi and Hyderabad) which was soo much fun! 

I picked my wedding lengha at a boutique in Delhi. I wanted something extravagant and it was perfect. Just the skirt weighed 19 pounds!!"

On her hair and makeup:

"For the wedding wanted simple, classic looking makeup."

I'll be back in a flash with some sensational reception details, so make sure to check back in!

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DJ: DJ Riz Entertainment | Planning & Design: Sobi Qazi Design House | Floral & Decor: Prashe Decor | Photography: Morgan Lynn Photography | Lighting: DJ Riz Entertainment | Venue (Sangeet): NOAH'S | Venue (Ceremony & Reception): Renaissance Tulsa Hotel & Convention Center | Cinematography: Hakim Sons Films | Cakes & Treats: Icing On The Top | Catering (Mehndi): Himalayas | Catering (Sangeet): Just Catering By Orr | Catering (Sangeet & All Other Events): Indian Palace | Cake Balls: Cecilia | Hair & Makeup: Makeup by Shilpa | Baraat: Dreamcatcher Carriage | Bridal Mehndi: KM Henna Artistry | Photo Booth: Let’s Click Photo Booths | Pyrotechnicians & Confetti Machine: Illumination Fireworks | Guest Transportation: Old Urban Trolley | Bridal Fashion (Reception Lengha): Sabyasachi |