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Bristow, Virginia Indian Wedding by Subhankar Barai

The Bristow Manor is a venue that is undoubtedly one of the most gorgeous estates to get married on. However, Danisa Flowers added the dazzling addition of vibrant blooms that really set the tone for a whimsical wonderland. Holding their wedding outdoors was a no brainer for Maharani Natasha and Imran! The luscious estate was just brimming with Indian wedding delight as Imran’s horse led baraat came bustling to the venue. The bride was a pure knockout! Donning a mint green, customized lace Sabysachi original, it is no wonder that this bride turned heads as she walked down the aisle. Oversized jewelry designed in house at Sanzany Jewels gleamed against the gorgeous blue skies. The wedding ceremony took place on a pink and white mandap setup in the gardens of the Bristow. Next to the ceremony housed the party tent where guests flocked to after the vows were exchanged to celebrate the night away. As you can see from these images captured by Subhankar Barai Photography, not a single guest was left without a smile on their faces; clearly a sign that that night concluded beautifully! Head into the gallery where a lot more pics await you!

Thank you for joining us today! We will see you bright and early tomorrow for another gorgeous event!

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Kolkata (Mehndi): Mukhtar Sarees | Bridal Fashions (Sangeet): Ritu Kumar | Bridal Fashions (Wedding): Sabyasachi | Bridal Jewelry (Wedding): Sanzany Jewellery | Bridal Jewelry (Mehndi): Purab Paschim by Ankit Khullar | Favors: Custom Made by Family Gold and Silver Smith - Dilip Khettry - Kolkata | Catering: Paul - Shailendra Dumra | Catering (Sangeet Dessert): Jerusulem | Cinematographer: Municipal Media Services | Dj & Entertainment: DJ Ranjan | Floral & Décor: Danisa Flowers | Hair & Makeup (Sangeet & Wedding): Bride - Baljit Kaur Saghu | Invitations & Stationery: Amrita Icons - Gaurav | Mehndi Artist: Mehndi With Heena - Heena Shah | Photographer: Subhankar Barai Photography | Transportation: Ma at Malong International | Baraat (Horse): Old Towne Carriage-Christine | Venue (Sangeet): Babalu's | Venue: Bristow Manor


Bristow, Virginia Indian Wedding by Subhankar Barai

Welcome back! There is just something so royal and sultry of brides wearing eggplant purple for any one of their ceremonies. For Natasha’s lavish sangeet held at Babalu’s, this bride knew she had to wear an ensemble that set her off from the crowd. The velvet lengha  was purchased from Ritu Kumar. Imran donned a black and gold anarkali with patch border trim that was an excellent contrast to the shades of purple that rivaled his wife’s ensemble. Guests were treated from dessert crafted at Jerusalem that satisfied everyone’s sweet tooth. The night was full of dancing and celebratory action as both the bride and groom’s family got a chance to mingle and get to know each other. The next day, the bride’s family held a bangle ceremony where Natasha chose to wear a multifaceted salwaar that just pops from the screen! If you missed the pics from the mehndi night, head into the gallery for the perfect set of images curated by Subhankar Barai Photography.

One more stop for the reception coming right up!

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Kolkata (Mehndi): Mukhtar Sarees | Bridal Fashions (Sangeet): Ritu Kumar | Bridal Fashions (Wedding): Sabyasachi | Bridal Jewelry (Wedding): Sanzany Jewellery | Bridal Jewelry (Mehndi): Purab Paschim by Ankit Khullar | Favors: Custom Made by Family Gold and Silver Smith - Dilip Khettry - Kolkata | Catering: Paul - Shailendra Dumra | Catering (Sangeet Dessert): Jerusulem | Cinematographer: Municipal Media Services | Dj & Entertainment: DJ Ranjan | Floral & Décor: Danisa Flowers | Hair & Makeup (Sangeet & Wedding): Bride - Baljit Kaur Saghu | Invitations & Stationery: Amrita Icons - Gaurav | Mehndi Artist: Mehndi With Heena - Heena Shah | Photographer: Subhankar Barai Photography | Transportation: Ma at Malong International | Baraat (Horse): Old Towne Carriage-Christine | Venue (Sangeet): Babalu's | Venue: Bristow Manor


Bristow, Virginia Indian Wedding by Subhankar Barai

Today we celebrate an Indian wedding out of the good ol’ state of Virginia that is just brimming with cultural traditions, vibrant colors, and some gorgeous wedding lenghas. Maharani Natasha and Imran’s multi day ceremony started like most  - a festive  mehndi night. Natasha had two outfit changes for the night which is not uncommon on mehndi night. A maroon and gold raw silk sari from Mukhtar Sarees from Kolkata was the first outfit reveal. Sari’s are often worn during the mehndi ceremony. Natasha wore  a sweeping mustard lengha that channeled both an anarkali and salwar kameez as she got her mehndi done. A pair of oversized, gold jhumkar earrings topped off this one of a kind ensemble. All the bridal jewelry of the night was from Purab Paschim by Ankit Khullar. Heena Shah of Mehndi with Heena was the henna artist of the night and the bride opted for intricate motif designs with paisley inspired decor. We have a sneak peek of events to come in the gallery captured by Subhankar Barai Photography.

We return with the gorgeous sangeet and outdoor wedding coming right up!

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Kolkata (Mehndi): Mukhtar Sarees | Bridal Fashions (Sangeet): Ritu Kumar | Bridal Fashions (Wedding): Sabyasachi | Bridal Jewelry (Wedding): Sanzany Jewellery | Bridal Jewelry (Mehndi): Purab Paschim by Ankit Khullar | Favors: Custom Made by Family Gold and Silver Smith - Dilip Khettry - Kolkata | Catering: Paul - Shailendra Dumra | Catering (Sangeet Dessert): Jerusulem | Cinematographer: Municipal Media Services | Dj & Entertainment: DJ Ranjan | Floral & Décor: Danisa Flowers | Hair & Makeup (Sangeet & Wedding): Bride - Baljit Kaur Saghu | Invitations & Stationery: Amrita Icons - Gaurav | Mehndi Artist: Mehndi With Heena - Heena Shah | Photographer: Subhankar Barai Photography | Transportation: Ma at Malong International | Baraat (Horse): Old Towne Carriage-Christine | Venue (Sangeet): Babalu's | Venue: Bristow Manor


Paducah, Kentucky Indian Wedding by Scotty Perry Photography

The last stop on today’s featured journey ends at The Carson Center where DJ Vikas Sondhi of Opening Minds Entertainment began setting up the sound system for the night. The bride slipped into a magical teal green and gold flowing anarkali after being dolled up by her makeup artists and hair beautician.  Hair was kept flowing and carefree with a glowing makeup to tote. The expansive ballroom was overflowing with luxurious elements. A romantic sweetheart was set up complete with soft cotton draperies, candle lights, and a cornucopia of fresh flowers in various arrays of color sat on each side of the chaise. A gorgeous gold mehndi cake baked by Artisan Kitchen sat gallantly on a table of its own. Guests dined on cuisine from The Clay Pit Indian Cuisine as Veda Films cruised the spacious quarters capturing all the live action. Red Umbrella has once again been instrumental in the wedding game and designed the perfect ending to a fab weekend! Head into the gallery where Scotty Perry Photography has designed a curated set of images for this wedding.

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Thanks for joining us today! See you tomorrow Maharanis! Don't forget to meet our newest Platinum Guide members!:

Empire Events
Raksha's Custom Cakes
Saris and Things
Crystal Gateway Marriott
Royal Elite Wedding Centre Inc
Ineffable Studios
Iris Artistry
Weddings by Farah

 

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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


Paducah, Kentucky Indian Wedding by Scotty Perry Photography

Back at The Carson Center, the venue was getting ready for the Indian wedding ceremony of Sneha and Deepal. The baraat ceremony came cruising in with the bride following shortly after. The bride’s desire to be a traditional bride was one that I admire so much! Hair by Dana O’key and makeup by F.A.C.E Makeup Artistry was the perfect compliment to our beautiful bride’s bridal attire. One of the most memorable elements of the ceremony was the traditional rice throwing event where the bride and groom douse each other in a competitive but friendly, manner. Red Umbrella orchestrated the perfect series of events for Sneha with Scotty Perry Photography ensuring that all the stills were captured with magic in the gallery.

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We return with the last event of the day with DJ Vikas Sondhi of Opening Minds Entertainment coming right up!

 

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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


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