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Preserving Wedding Memories With MyPublisher!

"It all happens so fast...". We've heard it all too often from the brides and groom's we've featured on our site. When it comes to your South Asian wedding event, whether it's two days or seven days of celebrations, it all seems to happen in a whirlwind of wedding wonder, and then poof, it's over. That's why it's so important to hire a good photographer who can help you memorialize those fleeting moments — the moments that make it to your Facebook cover and profile photos, the ones that overflow your Instagram accounts and the one's that get framed and displayed in your homes and cover your desktops as heartwarming wallpapers. For all of those extra special moments, we discovered MyPublisher's Photo Books and even had a ball creating our own Deluxe Leather Cover Photo Book with Lay Flat Pages and a Satin Finish! You can check it out on our Instagram!  

MyPublisher gives you control of creating and curating your own customized weeding guestbook, as seen below, using engagement photos of your own personal photos of the beginning of your relationship for a really meaningful keepsake.     MyPublisher also has free, downloadable software with intuitive features that enable a simple step-by-step process for building your custom Photo Book.

 

 

 Their Photo Books are an affordable way to personalize a beautiful wedding day keepsake, or even create a statement piece for your event and after using two of their new templates — Wedding Guestbook and Travel Log! The Wedding Guestbook is the perfect way to display engagement photos at your wedding, and the Travel Log is a gorgeous way to document those honeymoon photos you'll come home with as husband and wife!

With options like Lay Flat Pages, Super Gloss Printing, Foil Stamps and Slipcases, you can create the perfect coffee table centerpiece that matches your Maharani style — and we still can't get over how user-friendly the process was! MyPublisher even gives you the option to let their system automatically generate the most beautiful book if you don't trust your own artistic eye, and the entire process only takes a matter of minutes to complete!

We love how MyPublisher has artfully curated materials that have been carefully selected to ensure that any options you choose will deliver a quality Photo Book or Premium Album with lasting impact. From their cover materials to their paper and finishing options, every choice is equally superior as the next. To top it off, MyPublisher's competitive pricing means great values all around, especially with their weekly promotions! 

You can view more images of these incredible Photo Books in the full gallery and create your own Photo Book here!

 

  And keep an eye out for out upcoming post about MyPublisher's Premium Wedding Albums that you'll definitly want on your coffee table and for you parents.

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Jaipur, India Indian Engagement by Matrix Studio

Maharani Monique is conquering the streets of Jaipur with her hubby-to-be, Mayank, and these two lovebirds are just absolutely adorable! Matrix Studio captured these stunning photographs of the happy couple in their two final looks for their engagement shoot, and we're loving the Indian bride-to-be's elegant, street style along with her black and gold sari. The shot of Monique taking a bit of that pani puri is the cutest, and it's making us a tad hungry, so we're off to hunt down some of our own Indian fare! Make sure to visit the complete gallery for all the highlights from her and Mayank's engagement photo shoot in Jaipur for even more fabulous details!

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Hope you loved every moment of today's special Indian engagement feature as much as we did, my dears! See you tomorrow for more Maharani magic!

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Photography: Matrix Studio | Brida Fashions (Green & Red Outfits): Seasons | Shoot Location: Amer Fort | Shoot Location: Hawa Mahal | Shoot Location: Jaigarh Fort | Shoot Location: Jal Mahal


Jaipur, India Indian Engagement by Matrix Studio

Things are getting hot pink in Jaipur with Monique and Mayank, who's second set of photos from their engagement shoot with Matrix Studio is about to wow you to pieces. The Indian bride-to-be dazzled in a beautiful suit with champagne gold details, and even had the nails to match! We just adore the shot Monique and her hubby-to-be under her hot pink dupatta, sharing what must be a magically memorable moment together. There's still much more to see from the happy couple's incredibly beautiful engagement session in India, and you can take a sneak peek at what's ahead in the complete gallery along with more from this sensational session!

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Sit tight, my dears! You don't want to miss the final collection of captivating portraits from Monique and Mayank's engagement photo shoot in Jaipur!

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Photography: Matrix Studio | Brida Fashions (Green & Red Outfits): Seasons | Shoot Location: Amer Fort | Shoot Location: Hawa Mahal | Shoot Location: Jaigarh Fort | Shoot Location: Jal Mahal


Jaipur, India Indian Engagement by Matrix Studio

Happy Wednesday, Maharanis! We have the most divine engagement portraits from Jaipur, India, to share with you today, and every moment is pure Maharani magic! The photographers from Matrix Studio captured these breathtaking images of Indian bride-to-be, Monique, and the Raja of her dreams, Mayank — and we're in love with every frame of pre-wedded fabulousness! Maharani Monique will dazzle you throughout the day with some seriously fashionable frocks, starting with this emerald ensemble that's fit for a Princess! Check out the complete gallery for more from this session before we return with another shoot that's sure to delight your wedding-lovin' senses!

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Stick around with us today for even more Maharani magic in Jaipur with Monique!

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Photography: Matrix Studio | Brida Fashions (Green & Red Outfits): Seasons | Shoot Location: Amer Fort | Shoot Location: Hawa Mahal | Shoot Location: Jaigarh Fort | Shoot Location: Jal Mahal


Alwar, Rajasthan Indian Wedding by Coffee Stains India

Raja Arjun and Maharani Apurva are headed to the mandap to exchange jai malas and I dos, and these breathtaking highlights from the groom's baraat and the happy couple's ceremony at Alwar Bagh photographed by Coffee Stains India are absolutely everything we've been dreaming of all day! Today's Indian bride is Princess perfect in her red-orange lengha, and we're loving her and Arjun's blue and white orchid jai malas! The happy couple tied the knot in an outdoor event under the stars, beneath the most darling mandap crowned with charming floral details. If you're itching for more from their extraordinary affair, you can find it all in the complete gallery!

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Maharani Apurva, on her wedding style:

"A two day affair of back-to-back Punjabi and Rajput rituals made the ceremony exciting and exquisite. The events were beautifully planned, the decor was thoughtful and very thematic, food and alcohol flowed freely and it was one of the most fun weddings we attended. It was ours. The colors of what we wore being the focus, we had complementary hues running in the decor. We chose brights mostly, for the winter wedding."

On what she enjoyed most about planning her dream wedding:

"Art and styling being my background I thoroughly enjoyed every bit of it. Right from designing the invites to exploring fabrics, styles, patterns for my outfit. I loved getting the whole event organized especially the girly stuff like selecting decor, the dance practices. The pampering from family and friends. All of it made it super memorable."

On her most memorable wedding moments:

"The walk to the Jai-Mala mandap was so emotional, as I met and greeted friends and family along the way, while they witnessed this beautiful transformation. My husband waiting for me at the mandap, looked into my eyes like He read my mind and knew what I was feeling exactly.

Magical was when the Jai-Mala was exchanged and my Raja in spite of being held up by our people, grabbed a chance to caress my face in full view of everybody."

On her and Arjun's special dance:

"Despite my Raja being a Naval Officer and his tight schedules, we managed to Skype and practice our dance together. Choreographed by Srikant, a trainer with Shiamak Davar. It was Raabta we chose. Raabta - For the words felt so appropriate to us, since there was always a connection between us. A feeling so strong that, we believed everybody finds his/her better half, and us having met again was a sign from above."

On the role that family and friends played:

"I had support all the way. My in-laws for finding us this dream destination, my mum and brother for letting me go crazy with all my ideas and execution. My friends for helping me with places to shop all over India, guiding me in these cities. Deepti, Geetu, Namrata, Bhavya who stood by me throughout. Farah my best friend who met me after about 8 long years coming all the way from Riyadh. A special mention - my bhabhi Sneha, who was carrying at the time, organized a sweet hen party with my closest friends and colleagues, was also a huge help in designing my outfits."

Additional thoughts from the bride:

"The venue we chose was Alwar Bagh, Alwar, Rajasthan, a gorgeous heritage hotel. Arjun and I were keen on having a traditional Rajasthani theme as I'm Rajput, and rasams of the Punjabi's as he is Punjabi. Mehendi that had traditional musicians performing for us. Sangeet was punjabi style with dhol and sangeet performances by family and friends followed by everybody taking the dance floor with the in-house DJ. There was love of course, friends and family who truly rejoiced with the two families coming together over some great company, authentic Rajasthani food, the choicest of cocktails and total Bollywood naach-gaana."

Enjoy the rest of your day, dolls, and don't forget to join us tomorrow for another spectacular wedding event!

 

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Photography: Coffee Stains India | Venue & Catering: Alwar Bagh | Planning & Decor: Alwar Bagh | DJ & Lighting: Alwar Bagh | DJ: DJ Manoj | Bridal Jewelry: Amrapali | Bridal Lengha: Asiana Couture | Hair & Makeup: Shailesh Kadam


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