If you are just joining us, we are featuring a stunning New York Indian wedding by Nayeem Vohra Photography.  Filled with gorgeous details like this white, modern mandap by Abhishek Decorators and the most adorable ring bearer I have ever seen, this wedding became a fast favorite around here. Pay special attention to the petal toss because if you are looking for an idea for your Indian wedding photographs, I think this might just be the one. Big thank you to Platinum Guide VendorMehndikalogie, for sharing this with us and enjoy more of this beauty in the gallery!

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Behind the big day with Maharani Nanveet :

Tell us about your wedding style. When you sat down to really figure out how your dream wedding would look, did you start with one central color, a palette of colors, or a theme that served as your inspiration?

We didn't originally want a wedding, but it was important to our family so eventually we agreed on the condition that we could keep it very small. Neither of us are fans of extravagant weddings, with this in mind we kept decor and theme very simple. We kept the wedding very small and intimate with just 50 of our closest friends and family at the ceremony and 100 at the reception. Great food and music were the most important elements for us and Moghul catering and Bollywood DJ's did not disappoint.

How did you choose your lengha? Did you work with a certain designer? Did you spend hours on the internet first?

I wanted a very traditional timeless look for both my ceremony and reception rather than going with an on trend theme. I tried on lenghas from various top designers, but just felt they were all too generic and cookie cutter. I love fashion and styling and in the end decided to design and style my own lenghas and looks.

I designed my ceremony lenga myself from selecting the embroidery to the cut to the material. and had it made in India. I then selected jewelry that would compliment the lengha but also have a presence of its own. I wanted to keep my ceremony look simple yet regal.

A reception filled with details and cusine by Moghul Caterers coming right up!

Floral & Decor: Abhishek Decorators | Catering: Moghul Caterers | Mehndi Artists: Mehndikalogie | Venue: The View on the Hudson | Dj & Entertainment: Bollywood DJs | Hair & Makeup: Andrea Tiller of yourfacemyartinc | Photographer: Nayeem Vohra Photography