Welcome back, Maharanis! Before we share the glorious reception details Yellow Umbrella Events planned for the wonderful newlyweds, we're checking out the phenomenal portraits Studio Uma captured of the two lovebirds! This time around, the gorgeous Indian bride wore a glittering light blue anarkali lengha by designer Anita Dongre, with her hair in loose curls by Nicole Schultz Make-up! Fabulous gold jewelry from Art Karat completed her magnificent look! Her Raja, meanwhile, wore a sophisticated gray tuxedo with a sky blue tie to match with his Maharani. See more marvelous photos in the full gallery!

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Maharani Roma on her bridal fashion:

"Choosing my bridal lehenga was stressful because I didn't really get to choose it myself at all. My mom went to India without me, armed with my Pinterest moodboard for what kind of styles I liked, and even though we talked about getting on FaceTime when she went to the stores, it never really worked out. Also, in India they're so worried that you're going to get a copy made of their designs that they almost never let you take photos. Well...luckily my Mausi went around disregarding that and snapping secret, odd-angled pics of various lenghas, and I really fell in love with the orange, fuschia, and almost minty-blue outfit that we got.

My Anita Dongre anarkali lehenga for our reception was something that I took a chance on and bought online from Pernia's Pop-Up Shop."

Come see all the excitement Desi Junction DJs brings to the reception next!

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DJ: Desi Junction DJs | Photography: Studio Uma | Venue: Four Seasons Hotel Austin | Cinematography: Spinning Leaf Films | Floral & Decor: The Flower Studio | Cakes & Treats: Four Seasons Hotel Austin | Catering: Bombay Bistro | Planning & Design: Yellow Umbrella Events | Lighting: Intelligent Lighting Design | Makeup: Makenzi Laine | Hair: Nicole Schultz Make-up | Mehndi: Henna Art | Bridal Fashion: Frontier Bazar | Bridal Fashion Designer: Anita Dongre | Bridal Fashion: Pernia's Pop Up Shop | Bridal Jewelry: Art Karat |