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Paducah, Kentucky Indian Wedding by Scotty Perry Photography

Today’s wedding feature is brimming with romantic bliss and we can just feel the love jump out of the screen as we celebrate the union between Sneha and Deepal. Sneha brought on Red Umbrella to help her curate the perfect vendor list and help plan the big day. For the venue location, MG Banquet Hall was secured for the fabulous sangeet and the wedding festivities were moved to The Carson Center. On the morning of the Indian wedding ceremony, F.A.C.E. Makeup Artistry was brought on to bedazzle the bride. The bride opted for a more traditional spin on her wedding sari. I love a shimmering lengha like the best of them; but, it is so refreshing to see brides honoring the traditional era of Indian weddings. There is something that is just so regal and sincere of a raw silk sari with classic motif designs that our mother might have worn on her big day. Sneha’s bridal look was completely classic and unique. As the bride made her way to the venue, Deepal’s baraat was coming in full force; signifying that a rather larger than life wedding celebration was in tow. Scott Perry Photography has delivered all the still images of the event found in the gallery and we are waiting on Veda Films to hand over the cinematic masterpiece soon!

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We will return back to the wedding and reception with DJ Vikas Sondhi of Opening Minds Entertainment in a jiffy! See you soon love birds!

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DJ: Opening Minds Entertainment | Floral & Decor: Red Umbrella | Planning & Design: Red Umbrella Event | Cinematography: Veda Films | Lighting: Opening Minds Entertainment | Cakes & Treats: Artisan Kitchen | Catering: The Clay Pit Indian Cuisine | Hair: Hair - Hair by Dana O'key | Makeup: F.A.C.E. Makeup Artistry | Photobooth: Scotty Perry Photography | Photographer: Scotty Perry Photography | Venue (Ceremony & Reception): The Carson Center | Venue (Sangeet): MG Banquet Hall | Mehndi Artist: Bijal Patel


Mansfield, MA Indian Fusion Wedding by Dana Siles Photographer

Our last stop for Diana and Aseem is at the Five Bridge Inn where Diana exchanged her wedding lengha into a gorgeous white wedding dress from BHLDN Anthropologie. The rose petal scattered garden was where the Western ceremony took place and the bride and groom had a very special guest! Adorable pup Teddie gallantly made his way through the crowd and to the altar. After the ceremony, guests were flocked to a nearby tented decorated with a rustic theme in mind. Guests were treated to fine, contemporary cuisine by Off the Vine Catering and with specialities such as wild mushroom bisque and chicken ballotine, our minds are currently in lunch mode! A freshly spun buttercream cake with button decor and floral ornamentation baked to perfection by Montilio’s Baking Company took center stage of the venue. One of the most favorite moments of the night was the ode to Michael Jackson with guests orchestrating a dance off to Thriller! That is definitely my type of jam. Beat Train Productions most certainly kept guests on the dance floor. Head into the gallery where Dana Siles Photographer has captured a gorgeous fusion Indian wedding!

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Platinum Guide Member Alankar Event/Wedding Planners is an industry leading for floral and decor and they completely outshined themselves for Diana’s Indian wedding! We conclude this wedding today, but we have another great feature tomorrow. See you dolls later!

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Floral & Decor: Alankar Event/Wedding Planners | Photography: Dana Siles Photographer | Bridal Fashions: BHLDN Anthropologie | (Reception) Cakes & Treats: Montilio’s Baking Company | Catering (Hindu Ceremony): Sajal Latka of Maharajah in Cambridge | Catering (American Ceremony): Off the Vine Catering | Dj & Entertainment (Hindu): Pankaj Arora & Ravi Shahani | Dj & Entertainment (American): Beat Train Productions | Floral & Décor (American Ceremony): Lisa Rossignol | Hair & Makeup: Special Event Beauty | Invitations & Stationary: Seven Colours | Jaipur - India | Mehndi Artist: Henna Designer (Jumana & Zoher Bootwala) | Planning & Design (Hindu Ceremony): Anand Kohli | (Hindu Ceremony & Reception): Holiday Inn Mansfield-Foxboro Area | Venue (American Ceremony & Reception): Five Bridge Inn


Mansfield, MA Indian Fusion Wedding by Dana Siles Photographer

The Holiday Inn in Mansfield was brimming with Indian fusion delight as Maharani Diana was ready to reunite with her Maharaja. Aseem’s baraat ceremony was led by a majestic, white horse with the groom perched on top. The venue was decorated with sheer elegance by Shoba Shastry of Alankar Event/Wedding Planners. Large gold pillars, chiavari chairs, and bright hanging lights took center for one gorgeous, out of the box mandap. The ceremony was coordinated by Anand Kohli who spearheaded the day. After the ceremony ended, the bride and groom took full advantage of their fabulous decor and took a moment to themselves to soak in the big day. Guests enjoyed a lovely Indian buffet catered by Sajal Latka of Maharajah in Cambridge. Dana Siles Photographer has curated the perfect set of images tucked away neatly in the gallery.

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Diana and Aseem invited guests with specialized invitations from Seven Colours in Jaipur, India! If you are in the search for invites, take a gander at the selection. We have the wedding reception coming right up!

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Floral & Decor: Alankar Event/Wedding Planners | Photography: Dana Siles Photographer | Bridal Fashions: BHLDN Anthropologie | (Reception) Cakes & Treats: Montilio’s Baking Company | Catering (Hindu Ceremony): Sajal Latka of Maharajah in Cambridge | Catering (American Ceremony): Off the Vine Catering | Dj & Entertainment (Hindu): Pankaj Arora & Ravi Shahani | Dj & Entertainment (American): Beat Train Productions | Floral & Décor (American Ceremony): Lisa Rossignol | Hair & Makeup: Special Event Beauty | Invitations & Stationary: Seven Colours | Jaipur - India | Mehndi Artist: Henna Designer (Jumana & Zoher Bootwala) | Planning & Design (Hindu Ceremony): Anand Kohli | (Hindu Ceremony & Reception): Holiday Inn Mansfield-Foxboro Area | Venue (American Ceremony & Reception): Five Bridge Inn


Mansfield, MA Indian Fusion Wedding by Dana Siles Photographer

Today’s love story is fifteen years in the making and began with high school sweethearts Diana and Aseem’s chance encounter at Math Team. Being the Team Captain, Aseem failed to recognize Diana’s mathematical competency until a year later when introduced through mutual friends. As the saying goes, “the rest is history.” The couple wanted to make sure they celebrated both of their backgrounds with a fusion ceremony. I have to admit that I love fusion weddings, because what is better than one wedding? Two weddings! Special Event Beauty showed up bright and early to doll Diana up. Flown in especially from India, was a gorgeous red embroidered net lehenga enhanced with stone, bead, and cutdana work in ornamental motif and with heavy patch work. The entire ensemble was set perfectly with a net embroidered dupatta. Now that the bride was ready to go and meet her dhula for the Hindu ceremony at the Holiday Inn Mansfield-Foxboro. All the images of this fusion Indian wedding shot by Dana Siles Photographer can be found brimming in the gallery.

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We have the wedding ceremony decorated by Shobha Shastry of Alankar Event/Wedding Planners coming right up! See you in a twinkle.

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Floral & Decor: Alankar Event/Wedding Planners | Photography: Dana Siles Photographer | Bridal Fashions: BHLDN Anthropologie | (Reception) Cakes & Treats: Montilio’s Baking Company | Catering (Hindu Ceremony): Sajal Latka of Maharajah in Cambridge | Catering (American Ceremony): Off the Vine Catering | Dj & Entertainment (Hindu): Pankaj Arora & Ravi Shahani | Dj & Entertainment (American): Beat Train Productions | Floral & Décor (American Ceremony): Lisa Rossignol | Hair & Makeup: Special Event Beauty | Invitations & Stationary: Seven Colours | Jaipur - India | Mehndi Artist: Henna Designer (Jumana & Zoher Bootwala) | Planning & Design (Hindu Ceremony): Anand Kohli | (Hindu Ceremony & Reception): Holiday Inn Mansfield-Foxboro Area | Venue (American Ceremony & Reception): Five Bridge Inn


Kissimmee, Florida Indian Wedding by Amita S. Photography

Welcome back to the last installment of Jennifer and Anup’s wedding bash! For her bridal wear the Bride most certainly wanted to channel her inner Queen and she succeeded admirably. I am absolutely in love with Jennifer’s gold lengha with a blush of pink peeking through. A midriff top that glittered with ambiance was the perfect compliment to an ivory white net dupatta. Top that off with shiny locks and a pink and green floral headdress, and we are feeling some major bridal inspo! The ballroom at The Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center was dripping with fantasy sensation decorated by the talented team at Suhaag Garden. When Maharani Jennifer and Anup sat down with Suhaag Garden to plan out the decor for their reception there was one factor that both the bride and groom knew they needed to incorporate - Lord of the Rings. Garden-esque decor, table names from cities in Lord of the Rings, a gorgeous One Ring cake, right down to Hobbit inspired fonts set the theme of the night. Volcanik Entertainment rocked the dance floor with Aashirwad Indian Restaurant exciting the palates of hungry guests. Amita S. Photography has forever memorialized this grandeur of an event and you can see all the photos hanging out in the gallery!

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That’s it folks! See you tomorrow!

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Venues: Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center | Floral & Decor: Suhaag Garden | DJ: Volcanik Entertainment | Photography: Amita S. Photography | Catering: Aashirwad Indian Restaurant | Lighting: Suhaag Garden | Cakes & Treats: Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center | Bridal Fashions: Amara Couture | Bridal Jewelry: Kiian Jewelers | Cinematographer: Riant Films | Draping & Styling: Tejal Henna | Hair & Makeup: Michele Renee Studio | Mehndi Artist: Tejal Henna | Photobooth: Orlando Party Shots


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