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Whippany, NJ Indian Wedding by Ami Video

We return for our last stop of Poonam and Dhaval’s sensational wedding weekend! The bride was spinning with royalty after being jazzed up by Makeup By Mansi. Poonam’s flowing, electric blue lehenga with heavy embroidery work embodied modern Bollywood sophistication. Makeup By Mansi dolled up the bride with a smoky bombshell look and lovely curls while Dipti Desai from Bridal Henna Artist created intricate henna designs. Guests enjoyed sparkling decor by MM Celebrations at the Hanover Marriott Whippany while munching on delectable bites from Rasoi. The sweetheart stage was transformed into a romantic sanctuary with soft blue and green hues, sparkling candles, and a white chaise. MM Celebrations designed an event for the ages, and we know this is one night that guests will never forget! Poonam and Dhaval gracefully danced the night away with MVPDJs on the turntables spinning top Bollywood hits. Each step of the way, Ami Video was there capturing all the romantic memories that can be found in our full gallery. And make sure to scroll below for all the inside scoop from Maharani Poonam herself!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?

Dhaval and I had met online and become friends through texting. Soon enough, Dhaval asked me out on a date. I was weary of going out with him as he lived close to 3 hours away from me and I kept wondering how this relationship would work. On a whim, I decided to go through with the date and remember thinking to myself "Who knows? Maybe he's my future husband!" I met Dhaval with a rose in hand at Bushkills Falls, where we went hiking, played mini golf, and went out to one of his favorite local restaurants. I later found out that Dhaval had given me one rose from a whole bouquet that he had hidden in his car after a friend told him an entire bouquet would probably scare me off!

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!

For our proposal, one of my best friends asked to celebrate her birthday as a double date. They wanted to see Bushkill Falls so we decided that we would spend the day on the trails there. My friend and her now husband picked me up. They tried to get me to go to the entrance but I kept walking around the parking lot worried because Dhaval was not answering his phone. When I finally listened and went, I saw my brother and cousins waiting for me with flowers and a camera. I was given a map and had to find my way to 7 different stops on the trails. Each trail had some of the most important people in our lives waiting for us along with a gift and a card. The gift and card correlated to each of the 7 vows made during Saptapadi. Since I had shown up to the proposal in sweats and a t-shirt, Dhaval had conspired with my mother and friend to ensure I had everything I needed to look my best. I then was taken over to the proposal site and finally got to see Dhaval waiting for me with all of our friends and family. We then had a dinner party with all of the guests that had come out to celebrate this milestone with us.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?

I went to Asopalav in Ahmedabad with my mom and cousin to pick out my outfits. I knew for the wedding that I wanted something with a lot of red but went in open minded. After trying on more lenghas than I can count, I finally found the perfect dress for me!

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?

I am an avid DIYer, so I had the most fun planning the small details and adding personal touches to the wedding such as the bridal party gifts, welcome bag labels, first dance, and wedding programs. It was great seeing everything come together and knowing the work I had put into it!

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?

Our guests loved the energy that was brought out on the dance floor thanks to the amazing mixes played by MVPDJs. We also received many compliments on outfits and venues.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?

For me, the most special moment was mine and Dhaval's first dance. Dhaval is one of very few people who I have ever felt comfortable singing around. I wanted to do something special for our first dance, so I ended up recording my own version of our first dance song (A Thousand Years by Christina Perri) to surprise him with.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?

Just remember that even though wedding planning can be one of the most stressful events in our lives, it is a time you will not get back. Take time to soak in the excitement and make sure you practice a lot of self-care to help keep you sane!! Also,  things WILL go wrong on your wedding day. Do not let the little details take away from your day and focus on the people who are there to celebrate your big day.

Have a lovely day Maharanis!

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Mehndi Artists: Bridal Henna Artist | Hair & Makeup: Makeup By Mansi | Garba Venue: Ukranian Cultural Center | Mehndi Venue: Deewan Banquet | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Hanover Marriott Whippany | Floral & Decor: MM Celebrations | Family and Bridesmaids Makeup: Cinderella Bridez | Catering: Rasoi | DJ: MVPDJs | Baraat Horse: Echo Lake Stables | Bridal Fashions: Asopalav | Photo Booth: Nittany Cam | Photographer: Ami Video | Mehndi Photographer: SPhoto and Design |


Whippany, NJ Indian Wedding by Ami Video

Hey Maharanis! Welcome back to Poonam and Dhaval’s stellar Indian wedding feature. Today’s editorial piece includes a who’s who of artistic talents, including the floral and decor gurus from MM Celebrations, the masterful hair and makeup artists from Makeup By Mansi, and the henna experts from Dipti Desai from Bridal Henna Artist. This passionate team came together to dazzle up this sensational South Asian affair! This love story explores all the grand details of Maharani Poonam and her Maharaja Dhaval’s fairy tale wedding out of New Jersey. The morning of her big day, the main Maharani got ready with Makeup By Mansi. We’re always blown away by this talented makeup artist’s work and as you can see, she dolled this bride up with glowing chicness. For her Indian wedding ceremony, the bride wore a sophisticated and traditional red lehenga from Asopalav that was paired flawlessly with soft ruby lips and swirling henna by Dipti Desai from Bridal Henna Artist. Poonam was one smokin' bride for sure! The magnificent Hanover Marriott Whippany venue was swathed in rich red and golden hues where Poonam and Dhaval sealed the matrimonial deal in front of their cheering loved ones. This event was captured with perfection by Ami Video and you can witness all the beauty in our full gallery.

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The banging reception bash coming right up!

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Mehndi Artists: Bridal Henna Artist | Hair & Makeup: Makeup By Mansi | Garba Venue: Ukranian Cultural Center | Mehndi Venue: Deewan Banquet | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Hanover Marriott Whippany | Floral & Decor: MM Celebrations | Family and Bridesmaids Makeup: Cinderella Bridez | Catering: Rasoi | DJ: MVPDJs | Baraat Horse: Echo Lake Stables | Bridal Fashions: Asopalav | Photo Booth: Nittany Cam | Photographer: Ami Video | Mehndi Photographer: SPhoto and Design |


Whippany, NJ Indian Wedding by Ami Video

We’re so excited to share all the deets of this adorable duo’s wedding shenanigans. Poonam and Dhaval are two peas in a pod, and after a jam-packed first date filled with hiking, mini golfing, and delicious bites, they knew they were meant to be! The couple spun together such a great, cohesive set of events to celebrate their love and we’ve spread all the beautiful details over three posts. The couple’s pre-ceremony festivities featured colorful mehndi and garba events. We were dazzled by the candy coated, rainbow bright drapings by MM Celebrations that surrounded the lively garba. Poonam, Dhaval and their guests danced up a storm, and it was such a joy to watch all the photos captured by Ami Video of everyone smiling from ear to ear. After the fun filled event, it was time for the indoor Indian ceremony at the Hanover Marriott Whippany. We’ll bring you all the ceremony action coming right up, and you will absolutely love Poonam’s gorg bridal look courtesy of hair and makeup gurus from Makeup By Mansi and the henna artistry of Dipti Desai from Bridal Henna Artist. Ami Video captured all the  luscious details that you can find brimming in the full gallery.

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Ceremony deets coming right up!

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Mehndi Artists: Bridal Henna Artist | Hair & Makeup: Makeup By Mansi | Garba Venue: Ukranian Cultural Center | Mehndi Venue: Deewan Banquet | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Hanover Marriott Whippany | Floral & Decor: MM Celebrations | Family and Bridesmaids Makeup: Cinderella Bridez | Catering: Rasoi | DJ: MVPDJs | Baraat Horse: Echo Lake Stables | Bridal Fashions: Asopalav | Photo Booth: Nittany Cam | Photographer: Ami Video | Mehndi Photographer: SPhoto and Design |


Miami Beach, FL Indian Wedding by David Acuna Photography

After basking in the bright sunshine for their Indian wedding ceremony, Adity and Ronak moved indoors to The Palms Hotel & Spa ballroom as their celebration continued! Adity switched out of her lehenga into a cerulean gown and a sleek updo that had our inner fashionista squealing. We admire Maharanis who take risks and think outside the box for their wedding looks, and gorgeous Adity is a stellar example of this philosophy! The Palms Hotel & Spa was filled to the brim with thoughtful touches and we’re gathering major inspo from these photos. Guests were tickled when they found their place cards attached to sparkling glasses of champagne. Such a creative idea! Adity and Ronak’s reception was charming chicness at its finest: Think romantic candles, jewel tones, and multi colored uplighting. The newlyweds burst into a ballroom surrounded by rainbow glow sticks, and the nonstop dance party raged on as guests euphorically celebrated the beloved couple. To witness all the fun, hurry over to our full gallery for all the whimsical images by David Acuna Photography.

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Have a magical Monday Maharanis! We'll be back with another stunning wedding feature tomorrow!

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Photography: David Acuna Photography | Sangeet Venue: The Palms Hotel & Spa | Ceremony and Reception Venue: The Palms Hotel & Spa |


Miami Beach, FL Indian Wedding by David Acuna Photography

There are so many layers of beach side beauty in Adity and Ronak’s sunny celebration at The Palms Hotel & Spa that we cannot get over the gorgeousness! We’re living vicariously through these festivities and can almost feel the soft breeze of the ocean and warm sand while perusing the photos by David Acuna Photography. We believe that seaside weddings, surrounded by fabulous outfits and smiling family members are the best way to get married. Any event that includes some fun in the sun is perfection to us! Adity was a vision in a red and gold lehenga that glistened under the cloudless sky. Meanwhile, Ronak was looking dapper in a yellow kurta that matched the sundrenched proceedings perfectly. Every guest carried a red parasol, which served as both pretty protection from rays as well as a photogenic accessory. The elated couple left their ceremony as Mr. and Mrs. in a shower of playful bubbles. So sweet!  We have all the wonderful photos in our gallery captured by David Acuna Photography!

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Hurry back lovelies! When we return, we'll have all the details of Adity and Ronak’s's reception extravaganza!

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Photography: David Acuna Photography | Sangeet Venue: The Palms Hotel & Spa | Ceremony and Reception Venue: The Palms Hotel & Spa |


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