Orchid-mania is what I have nicknamed this out of this world reception created by Design House Décor and captured by A.S. Nagpal Photography. The Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay has never looked so grand, and I can’t stop staring at this sweetheart stage dripping with flowers. Our stylish Maharani Mansi, pulled out all the stops and wowed us in a teal and purple lengha. A big thank you to our friends at Ace of Events for making sure that all this beautiful bride’s wedding dreams came true. If you love this Indian reception as much as we do, come to the gallery to enjoy even more of this lovely affair!
More behind the scenes on Maharani Mansi's Indian wedding :
How did you choose your lengha or lenghas? Did you work with a certain designer? Did you spend hours on the internet first?
I've always been the girl who would design her own suits, anarkali's, lengha's, etc. ever since I was 13 years old. When it came to my wedding, I wanted something different, a style of which I've never worn. At the end of the day, it was "different" which I was looking for. For my sangeet, I found the material of my lengha and fell in love at first sight. I then decided to go with the vest top, instead of a chunni - something out of the normal. For my wedding, I knew I always wanted it to be traditionally red. India's beautiful color of marriage that signifies love, commitment, & strength. But I wanted a modern touch to it, a style that hasn't ever been worn. A style that would be memorable and make an impression. For my reception, I wanted a formal, luxurious look. I was planning to wear my red choora during the reception so I wanted to use red as my color that 'pops'. This is why all my accessories; from head to toe, was red. I actually chose this before I choose my reception outfit, which was a bit risky. As for my lengha, I choose colors which I never wore. Colors that would look "different" on me. My designer spent countless hours and days to provide me my dream outfit. It was perfectly different.
Looking back, was there a really special moment that you remember from your wedding that stands out as the most magical?
My first look. I won't forget the moment Jaspreet and I made eye contact for the first time on the day of our wedding. It was beautiful. I still remember it as if it just happened yesterday.
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