It's time to reveal the most exquisite Indian wedding ceremony that the Hilton Parsippany has ever seen, and KSD Weddings has captured a collection of some seriously inspiring highlights and details from it all! Raja Mrunal made his way over to the ceremony on a traditional white horse during his baraat procession, and Wedding Design created the most sublime space for he and Monica to say I do in with ceremony decor that was as divine as can be imagined. We can't wait to see these extraordinary wedding moments in the Desi dream film that Swat Films created for the newlyweds! I'll be back later today with a phenomenal look at Monica and Mrunal's reception highlights, which include a decadent dessert by the pastry pros over at ChocaL8kiss Bakery! Before we dive into all the post-ceremony perfection, head into the complete gallery for more exclusive details from Mrunal's baraat and even more breathtaking moments from the ceremony!

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Maharani Monica, on her and Raja Mrunal's wedding style:

"We knew we wanted something traditional but with a little twist of a American Classic look. I've always had a knack for decorating and he let me take the wheel. For our reception we kept a classy look with more floral work and music tied to jazz even though the decor was half modern. We didn't want to play with too many colors that night since our Garba was super colorful."

On what she enjoyed most about planning her wedding:

"What I enjoyed most was being able to spend more time with Mrunal and getting to really know his taste in certain things. Also, we loved to play with the small details of the wedding that really wowed the people such as personalized welcome bags, T-shirts and M&M candies that matched our initials."

On her most memorable wedding moments:

"The moment my entrance song played and I walked out. I saw his figure through the sheet and he instantly sat up straight and I notice him playing with his fingers. There were hundreds of people looking at us but all we did was look at each other and everyone in the room disappeared. The pandit had to call for us twice to get our attention away from each other when I sat down!

Sit tight, Maharanis! Reception perfection is right around the corner, and you don't want to miss out on what Monica wore on the dance floor!

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Photography: KSD Weddings | Cakes & Treats: ChocaL8kiss Bakery | Cinematography: SWAT Films | DJ: Medley Entertainment | Venue: Hilton Parsippany | Floral & Decor: Wedding Design | Catering: Chowpatty | DJ: DJ Trifecta | Hair & Makeup: ANF Hair & Makeup Designs | Mehndi Artist: Anuja Wala | Photo Booth: RJC Studios