“Neil and I’s love story started at the Statue of Liberty, where he told me he loved me for the very first time on a Circle Line cruise. He took me back there 5 years later to propose.” Aw! Sabrina and Neil’s tale came full circle when they were married in a fairytale New York weekend. (Maharani Sabrina even creatively incorporated the Statue of Liberty into her mehndi designs!) MaxPhoto NY weaved together a bounty of images that captured the magic of the proceedings. The pre-celebration festivities began with a colorful sangeet night, followed by a lavish ceremony that made all of Sabrina’s wedding dreams come true! The bride was a Queen in a deep magenta lengha complete with a kundan necklace and headpiece from Armaan's Bridal. Beauty by Tamanna’s magic brushes dazzled up Sabrina with shimmering eyelids and glowing skin. What a doll! Sabrina and Neil’s outdoor first look portraits in the wild foliage were positively mesmerizing. These two couldn’t take their eyes off another, and we can’t blame them! In our next post we’ll take you into the majestic doors of the Woodhaven Manor where Elegant Floral Design created a glittering palace for this amazing duo’s matrimony! In the meantime, enjoy the stunning photos in the full gallery by MaxPhoto NY. And we have some inside scoop from Sabrina herself, so scroll below to read all the deets!
Description of the Day from the Bride:
Our love story all started at the Statue of Liberty, where Neil told me he loved me for the very first time on a Circle Line cruise. He took me back there 5 years later to propose. I incorporated the Statue of Liberty into my henna design done by my close friend Henna by Sav. We are very big on friends and family, and we wanted to make sure all our family and friends were included on such a monumental day for us. We made sure to pick venues that supported this, so we chose the Woodhaven Manor which holds up to a capacity of 900 guests, and Green Tree Country Club, which gave me the waterfront view I desired as well as allowing me to include a guest list of 500 for the reception. Our color themes for the weekend were blue and purple, which we had reflected with our bridal party. Their Indian bridal outfits were provided by Bollycouture and Sanskriti Designs.
Our Wedding week kicked off at the Fairfield Pavillion, where we held our Sangeet and Mehendi Party, it was a night filled with dances from Neil's and I's childhood friends. On our wedding day, our families blended together seamlessly, and it was truly one of the happiest days of our lives, which I think are reflected in the pictures. I could not be more happier to have found the love of my life in my friend, and a blessing to have been able to marry him, exactly 6 years from when we started dating.
Aw! Too cute. We'll dive into their beautiful ceremony next!