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Maui, Hawaii Destination Indian Wedding by Joanna Tano Photography

Joanna Tano Photography & Afterglow Cinematography brings us a fusion destination Indian wedding that takes place in Hawaii! Feast your eyes on Maharani Anna getting ready for the big day! Her turquoise sari with gold beading along the border is stunning! I love her sun-kissed & glowing complexion which complements her golden brown hair perfectly. And her floral mehndi design is so delicate yet so intricate. I'd be remiss if I didn't mention the striking turquoise & gold bracelet. I am a sucker for turquoise jewelry! Make sure to come back because we haven't even scraped the tip of the iceberg on this wedding, in which ever detail is planned by Maui Indian Weddings and Bollywood Parties. See more getting ready images in the gallery!

Ceremony pics are next!

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Photography: Joanna Tano Photography | Planning & Design: Maui Indian Weddings and Bollywood Parties | Venue: Private Estate in Lahaina Maui | Cinematographer: Afterglow | Floral & Decor: Dellables


Tysons Corner, VA Pakistani Wedding by Project Motive Photography

Let's join our lovebirds for an unforgettable valima at the Hyatt Dulles! Before their once-in-a-lifetime celebration, Project Motive Photography met up with the adorable duo for some spectacular portraits, and just check out our Pakistani bride in her breathtaking, silver outfit and white veil! This contemporary look is a magnificent, show-stopping number for sure! We even get a closer look at the amazing mehndi design by Bridal Elegance by Suman Khosla on her forearms — and what a sensational work of art it is! Our Maharani's flawless makeup by Jacqueline Gellner, and her glam updo by Faneela Qadiry, are the height of elegance. Liz Decorations has made our Maharani's wedding day dreams come true with their incredible floral and decor work, and the lighting design by Huqalive just enhances the mood and brings the party vibe to a whole new level. Our newlyweds treated their guests to a fabulous feast catered by Dera Restaurant, and DJ Kush brought in the celebratory beats for everyone to move to. Are you still thirsting for more from this extraordinary South Asian celebration? Well then, make your way to the complete gallery to get your fill!

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the bride, on her favorite part of planning her dream wedding:

"My favorite aspect of planning my wedding was researching all the vendors. I realize this is usually every bride's least-favorite part of the planning process, and is often delegated to her family/bridesmaids, but I really did enjoy it. Looking through vendors' portfolios and talking to them about their work was such a rewarding experience. I was able to gain insight into which vendors truly loved their work, and which vendors were just looking to get my money. Sobe and I had a very specific idea of what we wanted out of our wedding, so we wanted to be sure we could trust all our vendors. My husband was so supportive in this process and helped me pick each wedding vendor from a long list of prospective options."

Hope today's wedding extravaganza left you feeling inspired! We'll see you tomorrow when we bring you another unforgettable event!

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Hair & Makeup: Bridal Elegance by Suman Khosla | Lighting: Huqalive | Photography: Project Motive Photography | Mehndi Venue: Hilton Old Town Alexandria | Ceremony Venue: Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner | Reception Venue: Hyatt Dulles | Wedding Day Floral & Decor: Partyland Flowers & Event Decor | Catering: Bombay Tandoor | DJs & Entertainment: DJ Kush | Mehndi Night Hair & Makeup/Wedding Day Hair: Styles By Swati | Wedding Day Makeup: Farzana Zaman | Jewelry: Jewels N Gems | Mehndi Night/Valima Floral & Decor: Liz Decorations | Valima Makeup: Jacqueline Gellner | Valima Hair: Faneela Qadiry | Valima Catering: Dera Restaurant


Tysons Corner, VA Pakistani Wedding by Project Motive Photography

Our South Asian wedding event continues with these sensational first look portraits of our Pakistani bride and her groom, captured by Project Motive Photography. The happy couple are aglow with so much happiness that their smiles are simply contagious! The bridesmaids are all knockouts in their aqua and champagne saris, and standing next to the ravishing bride in her out-of-this-world navy and red open shirt lengha, these gals make the perfect bridal "accessory"! After all, fabulous bridesmaids are a Maharani must-have! The Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner plays host to the gorgeous pair's traditional ceremony, and to see more details from the unforgettable celebration, you'll have to check out the full gallery.

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There's still more coming up, and you definitely won't want to miss out on what's happening next!

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Hair & Makeup: Bridal Elegance by Suman Khosla | Lighting: Huqalive | Photography: Project Motive Photography | Mehndi Venue: Hilton Old Town Alexandria | Ceremony Venue: Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner | Reception Venue: Hyatt Dulles | Wedding Day Floral & Decor: Partyland Flowers & Event Decor | Catering: Bombay Tandoor | DJs & Entertainment: DJ Kush | Mehndi Night Hair & Makeup/Wedding Day Hair: Styles By Swati | Wedding Day Makeup: Farzana Zaman | Jewelry: Jewels N Gems | Mehndi Night/Valima Floral & Decor: Liz Decorations | Valima Makeup: Jacqueline Gellner | Valima Hair: Faneela Qadiry | Valima Catering: Dera Restaurant


Tysons Corner, VA Pakistani Wedding by Project Motive Photography

Our Pakistani bride opens up her palms, and we get to see the amazing mehndi work by Bridal Elegance by Suman Khosla in great detail. The coloration is a dream and the incredible design is what Maharani dreams are made of. Project Motive Photography stole some candid moments of our bride as she got ready, and I'm sure she'll be looking back at these scenes with great nostalgia in the future. As Styles By Swati tends to her hair, and Farzana Zaman does her wedding day makeup, we can only imagine the thoughts that are running through the lucky Princesses mind. All the Maharanis reading this that have been there are sure to know. Once she steps into her stunning, custom-designed, navy and red open shirt bridal lengha and completes her look with some of the most enviable jewelry we ever did see from Jewels N Gems — I mean, even her bouquet of red roses is decked out in gold and precious stones! — she's almost ready to reveal her look to the Raja of her dreams. Before we get into the portraits of our happy couple, do yourself a solid and head into the gallery for even more fashionable inspiration from our bride!

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The proposal:

"Sobe had invited Hibah to accompany him to his office holiday party in Old Town, Alexandria on the evening of Friday, December 20th, 2013. His little sister, Muneeba, had come over that afternoon to help Hibah with her hair, before heading off to the movies with her best friends, Autumn and Bailie. Sobe went to Hibah's house to pick her up, however she was running (fashionably) late, as usual. He patiently waited for her, and once she was finally ready, they headed to Old Town. After parking, the two got out of the car and started heading toward the bar where the holiday party was being held. On the way there, Hibah noticed the large water fountain in front of Alexandria City Hall, where they had met for their first date. The two had an ongoing joke about this particular spot, so Hibah sarcastically asked Sobe, "remember that time we met?" They laughed about it like usual, and Sobe asked Hibah to take a picture with him by the fountain, since there was a beautiful Christmas tree in front of it for the holiday season.


Sobe asked a random bystander to take a picture of him and Hibah in front of the tree with his iPhone, and the two posed with a smile. Sobe then turned to Hibah, took her hands in his, and asked Hibah if she wanted to take a picture of them holding hands and looking at each other in front of the tree. Hibah teased Sobe for wanting to take such a sappy picture, but went along with it. The next thing she knew, Sobe was kneeling down on one knee. Sobe told Hibah how amazing the past 15 months had been with her in his life and how he was ready to spend the rest of his life with her. He told her that he had already received her parents' blessings, and that all he needed was hers. "Will you marry me?” he asked, as he pulled out the most beautiful ring she had ever seen. Hibah was speechless; her brain had ceased all functional abilities the second she saw Sobe kneel and realized what was happening. After allowing her brain to play catch-up, she said "yes!" Sobe then rushed off his knee and pulled Hibah into a tight hug. There were several people around the fountain, watching the proposal, who clapped as Sobe and Hibah were hugging.


As Sobe took her left hand to slip the ring onto her finger, Hibah realized someone was taking their picture with a professional camera. She turned to see that the young lady Sobe had handed his phone to was not a stranger, but Muneeba's friend, Bailie, who was a photographer. He had arranged for her to be there, with a scarf to cover her face so Hibah wouldn't recognize her. She had pretended to take a picture of the couple in front of the tree with Sobe's iPhone, but as soon as Sobe turned Hibah to face him, Bailie had pulled out her professional camera to photograph the entire proposal. Shortly after Hibah realized this, Muneeba and Autumn came running to them from across the courtyard, and they told Hibah that they had the entire proposal on video. As it turned out, the girls didn’t really have a movie to catch that evening. Hibah was in complete shock and couldn’t believe how much effort everyone had put into the proposal, for it to be such a memorable surprise.


The first order of business for the newly engaged couple was to call Hibah’s mom, who laughed with joy when Hibah told her the news. Sobe explained to Hibah that he had visited her parents earlier that week to officially ask for Hibah’s hand in marriage, and to tell them how he planned on proposing. He put Hibah’s phone on speaker to tell her mom that they were going to his office holiday party and would be coming over a little later that evening. Hibah melted when she realized that Sobe had even planned to take her home to see her family at the end of the evening (since she lived on her own). After talking to her mom, Hibah wanted to call Sobe’s mom as well, who Hibah found out also knew about the proposal all along. Hibah told Sobe that there were so many more people that she needed to call, from her best friends to her cousins, and her sister in New York, but Sobe insisted that they first stop by his office holiday party for a few minutes. Hibah was still in a world of shock, so she went along with it and decided to wait to let all of her loved ones know about her newly engaged status.


Sobe and Hibah headed to Two Nineteen, which was a short walk from the fountain where Sobe had proposed. Hibah walked into the bar only to realize that it was not Sobe’s office holiday party but in fact a surprise party with all of Sobe and Hibah's closest friends and family to celebrate their engagement, which was also coordinated by Sobe. He told Hibah that her mom knew about the surprise party at Two Nineteen, but he had told her that they were going to his office holiday party while she was on the phone earlier, so as not to spoil the surprise for Hibah. In order to pull the party together, Sobe had contacted two of Hibah’s best friends, Cati and Michelle, and her sister, Fasiha, to get all of Hibah’s closest friends together at the right time. Sobe and Hibah spent the majority of the evening taking pictures with everyone and thanking them for all their kind wishes. After the party, they went to Sobe’s house to eat dinner with his parents and share the news with Bella (Sobe's cat). Next, they went to Hibah’s house to tell Dexter (Hibah's puppy) the great news, and to pick him up to spend the remainder of their evening at Hibah’s parents’ house with her family. What started out as a simple office holiday party turned out to be the best night of Sobe and Hibah's life."

Stick around for some sensational first look details — coming up next!

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Hair & Makeup: Bridal Elegance by Suman Khosla | Lighting: Huqalive | Photography: Project Motive Photography | Mehndi Venue: Hilton Old Town Alexandria | Ceremony Venue: Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner | Reception Venue: Hyatt Dulles | Wedding Day Floral & Decor: Partyland Flowers & Event Decor | Catering: Bombay Tandoor | DJs & Entertainment: DJ Kush | Mehndi Night Hair & Makeup/Wedding Day Hair: Styles By Swati | Wedding Day Makeup: Farzana Zaman | Jewelry: Jewels N Gems | Mehndi Night/Valima Floral & Decor: Liz Decorations | Valima Makeup: Jacqueline Gellner | Valima Hair: Faneela Qadiry | Valima Catering: Dera Restaurant


Tysons Corner, VA Pakistani Wedding by Project Motive Photography

Greetings, Maharanis! Are you ready for a pre-wedding mehndi celebration at the Hilton Old Town Alexandria? Today's Pakistani bride is a total knock-out as she enters the party venue, peeking through the beaded curtains of her decked out doliBridal Elegance by Suman Khosla is the magic-worker behind her mehndi and all of the pretty little details below will take your breath away! The venue has been dressed to the nines in floral and decor by Liz Decorations, and Project Motive Photography was there to capture all the inspirational details for us to see! The soon-to-be-bride in her gorgeous, yellow silk outfit, complete with an endearing daisy in her hair, is simply glowing with anticipation, and her complementary bangles are one of the things every young Maharani dreams of having on her big day. Her luminous look is thanks to hair and makeup work by Styles By Swati, who also gets cred for her wedding day do. Before we get into the valima and reception details, you need to check out more from this pre-wedding event in the full gallery.

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The bride, on how she met her Raja:

"Sobe & Hibah met through a mutual friend, Kate O'Connor. Sobe & Kate had been friends since middle school, and Hibah & Kate had become good friends through working together at Mount Vernon Internal Medicine. Kate had a hunch that her two Pakistani friends would hit it off and decided to play matchmaker.


Sobe & Hibah agreed to start their relationship as friends, and began talking in September, 2012. As Kate had hoped, the two immediately clicked; after just a few days of getting to know each other, Sobe asked Hibah out on their first date. They met in Old Town, Alexandria, where Sobe would later propose. After dinner, Sobe casually asked HIbah if she wanted to take a ride on his motorcycle. As she approached Sobe's bike, Hibah realized that there were two helmets hanging off the bike, as if Sobe had already planned to take her out for a ride and knew she wouldn't refuse. Hibah was nervous about riding on the back of Sobe's bike, considering she barely knew him, but she hopped on anyway.


After a moonlit ride down GW Parkway, Sobe strategically parked in front of Pop's Old Fashion Ice Cream Shop, so he could keep the night going by asking Hibah out for ice cream. Hibah saw right through this plan, but she went along with it; Pop's was her favorite ice cream shop, after all. After they got their ice cream, Sobe started talking himself up to impress HIbah, and as he went to take his first lick of ice cream, both scoops fell off his cone and onto the ground. As Sobe stared at the ground at his melting fudge ice cream in humiliation, Hibah couldn't help but laugh and was generous enough to give him one scoop of her mint chocolate chip. As they laughed about the mishap, Hibah realized this was the first time all evening that Sobe had really been himself. At that moment, Hibah felt a strong connection and knew she wanted to see Sobe again. They made their relationship official shortly after, on October 11th, 2012.
Sobe & Hibah spent over a year building their relationship and became regular members of each other’s families in the process; Hibah spent most of her evenings after class at Sobe’s, eating whatever delicious dish his mom or dad had made for dinner (her favorites being Mama Bear’s Boneless Biryani and Papa Bear’s Chops), and Sobe eventually charmed his way into Inaaya’s heart (Hibah’s 2-year-old niece, who was initially not a fan of “Monster Mamu”).


Be it coincidence or fate, Sobe’s project at work at the time was the new School of Public Health building at The George Washington University, the very institution that Hibah was obtaining her Master’s in Public Health from. Sobe was assigned to this project well before he met Hibah, and Hibah had been accepted into The George Washington University months before she met Sobe; Sobe often jokes that he built a school for Hibah. The building was even finished in time for HIbah to have some classes in it during her last semester. This is just one of many coincidences that made the two realize that they were destined to cross paths at some point, another primary one being the fact that Sobe's little sister's name was "Hibah" for a day, until his mother decided to change it to "Muneeba". Both Sobe & Hibah's families often joke that it was in God's plan to send Sobe's family a "Hibah" some day."

Be back in a flash, dolls!

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Hair & Makeup: Bridal Elegance by Suman Khosla | Lighting: Huqalive | Photography: Project Motive Photography | Mehndi Venue: Hilton Old Town Alexandria | Ceremony Venue: Sheraton Premiere at Tysons Corner | Reception Venue: Hyatt Dulles | Wedding Day Floral & Decor: Partyland Flowers & Event Decor | Catering: Bombay Tandoor | DJs & Entertainment: DJ Kush | Mehndi Night Hair & Makeup/Wedding Day Hair: Styles By Swati | Wedding Day Makeup: Farzana Zaman | Jewelry: Jewels N Gems | Mehndi Night/Valima Floral & Decor: Liz Decorations | Valima Makeup: Jacqueline Gellner | Valima Hair: Faneela Qadiry | Valima Catering: Dera Restaurant


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