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Springfield, PA Indian Fusion Wedding by KSD Weddings

It's now time to see Brinder and Nicole get married, American style, in Springfield, Pennsylvania! Here's our lovely bride getting all gussied up by the hair and makeup  extraordinaires at Salon l’Etoile & Spa! Her look is soft with cool-toned eye shadows along with a pink glossy lip, finished off with an angel dust of shimmer on her upper cheekbones! I adore the bedazzled floral hair accessory resting on her angled updo! Donning a strapless, white wedding dress with fitted bodice, she looks positively luminous! I love the closing shot of the bride, taken by KSD Weddings, where she's holding her darling bouquet, courtesy of Cottage Flowers! She looks overcome with anticipation and excitement as the time approaches for her contemporary Indian fusion wedding ceremony—which you can see every detail of in the gallery!

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The reception celebration is still ahead!

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Photography: KSD Weddings | Floral & Decor: Abhishek Decorators | Cinematography: KSD Weddings | Venue: Springfield Country Club | Florist: Cottage Flowers | Cakes & Treats: Bredenbeck’s Bakery | DJ & Entertainment: DJ Sunny Entertainment | Hair & Makeup: Salon l’Etoile & Spa | Baraat: Equishare Baraat Horses


Springfield, PA Indian Fusion Wedding by KSD Weddings

Moments before saying their I do's in an Indian fusion wedding ceremony at the Springfield Country Club in Pennsylvania, our dashing duo poses for KSD Weddings in a magnificent first look photo shoot! Our Italian Maharani in red looks exceptional in her lengha, which is detailed to perfection! This bright shade of red is perfect on her fair skin! Her Indian Maharaja is not to be outdone in a traditional sherwani and dynamic headpiece! They are a picture-perfect couple and their chemistry is clearly undeniable! The couple exchanges vows in a quaint ceremony, in which Cottage Flowers provides all the fabulous floral arrangements! The ruby and white fabric encompassing the Abhishek Decorators-designed mandap looks sensational with vibrant red and yellow roses wrapped around it! See more magical moments from their Indian nuptials in the gallery!

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From the bride, on the wedding style:

"My wedding style started with the fusion of two different cultures: both Indian and Italian. Luckily, both cultures appreciate over-the-top elaborateness as well as good food and wine. Thus, my wedding style consisted of things that were, in my opinion, larger than life. From crystal accents to enormous flower centerpieces, I wanted my wedding to reflect opulence, class, and romance. Dim lighting and lit candles helped set this tone, and once I settled upon a color (deep purple with lime green accents), I chose rich linens and accent lighting that would contribute to this tone. The focal point of the evening reception consisted of an opulent stage dressed with manzanita trees, orchids, and beautiful crystals to complete my opulent and romantic vision."

Our bride wears a white wedding dress, coming up!

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Photography: KSD Weddings | Floral & Decor: Abhishek Decorators | Cinematography: KSD Weddings | Venue: Springfield Country Club | Florist: Cottage Flowers | Cakes & Treats: Bredenbeck’s Bakery | DJ & Entertainment: DJ Sunny Entertainment | Hair & Makeup: Salon l’Etoile & Spa | Baraat: Equishare Baraat Horses


Springfield, PA Indian Fusion Wedding by KSD Weddings

Today's love story starts with a virtual meeting online and ends in matrimonial bliss! Brinder and Nicole met on a popular online dating website and have been inseparable ever since! Highly acclaimed photographers and cinematographers KSD Weddings gives us a sneak peek at the graceful bride getting ready for her Indian fusion wedding at the Springfield Country Club in Pennsylvania! Hair and makeup artists from Salon l’Etoile & Spa style our Maharani's golden locks into an elegant updo, with subtle eye shadows and bright red lips. The dark liner in her water-line really brings out her sparkling blue eyes! She looks regal in gold and ruby jewels which are the perfect complement to her A-line cut lengha which her mother-in-law picked out from India! I know you are at the edge of your seats waiting to see how Abhishek Decorators designed the mandap, but while you wait, browse the gallery for more beauty tips!

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From the bride, on how they met:

"Brinder and I met on eHarmony. We often joke with Brinder's parents, a successful arranged marriage, that eHarmony was very similar to a traditional matchmaker by matching us based on personality traits. Shortly into our relationship, I knew Brinder was the one not only because I could completely be myself with him, but because he also took so much time and effort simply to spend time with me, to listen to me talk of my day, and to support me in life's ups and downs."

On the proposal:

"Brinder created a magical proposal. On a trip to visit my family in Virginia, he decided that we should spend one night in Washington D.C. On our first night there, we planned to go out to dinner, and to my surprise, a hired car was there to take us - it was "more convenient" he said. As the car drove, we approached the Potomac harbor where there were rows of enormous yachts. Curiously, we stopped in front of one named "Finished Business," and I was told we would be dining on the yacht. On board, there was an individual playing live music from a repertoire of my favorite songs, my favorite flowers, sunflowers, were all around and there was a bar stocked with my favorite champagne. Once we began our journey on the Potomac, the sun began to set, and Brinder suggested that we go out on the deck of the ship. He pointed to something in the horizon to divert my attention and when I turned around, he was down on one knee. He had even hired a photographer who was secretly taking pictures of the whole thing, and when we went back in the cabin, the musician was playing our song. We danced and toasted to our love and then had a fabulous meal. It was a truly magical evening."

On the hair and makeup:

"While I had a style in mind for both the ceremony and reception, I went through a trial run with my stylist to create the perfect look. The morning reception consisted of an elaborate updo with rich colors for my makeup to compliment my lengha. In the evening, my hair was softer and more romantic, with a softer makeup palette in order to reflect the tone of the evening's decor as well as my evening wedding dress."

On the lengha:

"I credit the choice of my wedding lengha exclusively to my mother-in-law. Prior to her traveling to India, we went shopping in the States to get an idea of style. I knew I wanted something with elaborate beading along with a deeper red color with gold accents and an A-line fit. While I was originally meant to travel to India with my mother-in-law to shop for my wedding outfit, law school prevented me from making the trip. Luckily, my mother-in-law seems to know my style perfectly. She sent me pictures and Facetimed with me to show me something she had found, and I knew instantly that it was perfect. She somehow knew exactly what I wanted, and aside from a few minor adjustments for fit, she wound up picking my perfect wedding lengha."

On the jewelry:

"The set I received from my in-laws is truly worth mentioning. Consisting of over ten carats of diamonds in a white gold setting, it is jaw-dropping and one of the most cherished pieces I own (next to my wedding ring of course!)."

The first look portraits and ceremony are next!

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Photography: KSD Weddings | Floral & Decor: Abhishek Decorators | Cinematography: KSD Weddings | Venue: Springfield Country Club | Florist: Cottage Flowers | Cakes & Treats: Bredenbeck’s Bakery | DJ & Entertainment: DJ Sunny Entertainment | Hair & Makeup: Salon l’Etoile & Spa | Baraat: Equishare Baraat Horses


New York, NY Indian Wedding Reception by House of Talent Studio

Touch of Elegance Event Plannersplanning and design prowess is culminating in the details of today's Indian wedding reception at the gorgeously grand Capitale in New York Citty. Indian bride, Alisha, left it to the pros to help her realize the night of her dreams, and these incredible images of the evening, captivatingly captured by House of Talent Studio, are just a tasting of her fantasy-come-true. With House of Dipali at the forefront of the floral and decor details, everything is looking just perfect. I mean, when was the last time you saw a sweetheart stage more exquisite than today's? The room is lit impeccably with the most magnificent mood lighting, helping to create the party-perfect paradise for folks on the dance floor. Our dazzling Maharani is beyond brilliant in her ombréd lengha, and the Raja of her dreams is a dashing delight in his terrifically tailored tuxedo. This happy couple have totally spread their contagious wedding joy to us today, and we know you felt it too. Since we couldn't fit all the phenomenal details into just four little posts, you'll have to check out the complete gallery to feast on all of the other remarkable moments from this extraordinary Indian wedding event!

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The bride, on what she enjoyed most about planning her dream wedding:

"Hands down, the best part was CAKE TASTING! Just kidding. My favorite moments were those leading up to the wedding: spending time with my family, seeing the excitement on their faces and experiencing true joy and love during all of the planning. We were unbelievably lucky - we had so much help and support from people all across the world!"

On her and her Raja's first dance song selection:

"Aman and I entered the Capitale (donning sunglasses, because why not?) to 'Bonnie and Clyde' by Jay-Z and Beyonce. For our first dance, we chose the classic 'I Can't Take My Eyes Off of You' by Lauryn Hill and had a surprise mix in of 'Trap Queen' by Fetty Wap - both songs, although seemingly opposite, just match our relationship perfectly!"

More thoughts from the bride:

"The 8 years leading up to our wedding was a beautiful journey, for not only us but our families. We were together for so long that the wedding in and of itself did not matter to us - in fact, we were seriously considering a small destination wedding or elopement! After a lot of planning, the best week of our lives (the honeymoon comes in a very close second) was the time we spent dancing, drinking, laughing and smiling with our families. Without them, we are nothing."

Thanks for joining us for today's amazing wedding, Maharanis! We'll see you again tomorrow!

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Floral & Decor: House of Dipali | Photography: House of Talent Studio | Venues: Capitale-NYC | Planning & Design: Touch of Elegance Event Planners | Catering: Bukhara Grill | Hair & Makeup: Brides by Ginni | Bridal Fashions: Image Boutique Shop


New York, NY Indian Wedding Reception by House of Talent Studio

Now that Maharani Alisha and Raja Aman are camera-ready, it's time for them to meet up with the incredibly talented photographers from House of Talent Studio for an unforgettable portrait session in NYC! The adorable duo are all smiles because they know they're in for a night to remember with planning and design gurus, Touch of Elegance Event Planners, on their side. Our gorgeous Indian bride is looking picture perfect in her sensational red and gold lengha, and we are in love with the ombré coloring on it! Plus, her hair and makeup, by Brides by Ginni, is fantastically flawless in each and every frame! These two lovebirds are ready to celebrate the evening with their closest friends and family, and in just a bit, we'll be bringing you all an exclusive look into the night's unforgettable festivities. In the meantime, you can scope out even more fabulous portraits of these two in the complete gallery!

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The bride, on her Raja's romantic proposal:

"We were dating for 8 years before getting married, and by that time our families knew each other very well. The 'proposal' in this sense was my father meeting him and confirming that he loved him! That was all I needed. There wasn't a traditional proposal, but he has planned more than enough romantic memories along our journey to keep me in love! From surprise helicopter rides to Caribbean trips - this guy has done it all to keep a smile on my face!"

On choosing her dream wedding lengha(s):

"I despise sequins and anything sparkly. I wanted something simple yet elegant and glamorous. To bring my dreams to life, I worked with the only designer I trust in Atlanta - Image Boutique Shop (Surinder Bedi). She worked tirelessly to first help me find designs that would suit my personality and then ensured they came beautifully into fruition. Throughout the months it took to create the outfits, she kept me informed of the progress and also provided suggestions on little tweaks we could make to really take them over the top. In the end - my jaw DROPPED when I saw each outfit and couldn't have asked for anything more breathtakingly beautiful or more ME!"

Sit tight because more wedding excitement is right around the corner!

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Floral & Decor: House of Dipali | Photography: House of Talent Studio | Venues: Capitale-NYC | Planning & Design: Touch of Elegance Event Planners | Catering: Bukhara Grill | Hair & Makeup: Brides by Ginni | Bridal Fashions: Image Boutique Shop


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