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San Jose, CA Sikh Wedding by Aperina Studios

You’ll be swooning for days after viewing this cinematic clip of Bani and Ronak’s NorCal Sikh wedding extravaganza by Aperina Studios. This gorgeous duo spoke some of the most romantic declarations to each other we’ve ever heard, and we love how in love they are! And we are positively drooling over the blingtastic looks featured on our Maharani and her Raja. Bani wore glittering gown after glittering gown, with each designer creation more fabulous than the last. The artistry and craftsmanship in each piece was inspiring, and perfectly displays the splendor of Indian weddings! Maharani Bani shone bright like a diamond throughout the film in hair and makeup by Make Up by Yeya, mehndi by Mehndi Designer (Neeta Sharma), and her sensational lehengas. We are in total awe. Brides to be: We urge you to hurry and let the fashion inspo in the clip wash over you. We promise you’ll thank us! On top of the major fashion moments, the clip was brimming with fabulous decor, sentimental moments, and a dance party that wouldn’t stop! Guests grooved at the festivities 'til the wee hours of the morning, and the bash at the Santa Clara Marriott was the epitome of a black tie caliber event with Bollywood pizzazz! Words can’t do justice to the glory of this wedding, so hurry over and watch all the stunning action in the film by Aperina Studios!

Oh so dreamy, right Maharanis? We'll see you all tomorrow with another gorg wedding film!

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Venues: Santa Clara Marriott | Cinematographer: Aperina Studios | Photographer: Sara Rae Photo | Sangeet Venue: Castlewood Country Club | Ceremony Venue: Sikh Gurdwara Sahib | Hair & Makeup: Make Up by Yeya | Mehndi Artists: Mehndi Designer (Neeta Sharma) |


Stone Mountain, GA Indian Wedding by GAR Productions

The lush greenery of Georgia reigns supreme in this classically captured Indian wedding highlight film by GAR Productions that is infused with royal elegance and class. Today, we celebrate the lovely union of Melissa and Pritesh and not even a minute into the film, we could tell that the heart of their love story is family. Sheena Razmi jazzed the bride up with a bridal look that was reminiscence of a true Maharani. One of the most treasured moments of the wedding had to be the first look. I love when couples decide to take an intimate moment to themselves before the ceremony! Both the ceremony and reception took place at the Stone Ridge Event Center, with floral and decor artistry by Mandap World. Hungry guests were treated to a divine meal at the reception cooked deliciously by Cafe Bombay Restaurant and Catering. After fueling up, it was time to hit the dance floor with XtraHotDjs Entertainment & Event Design. Every event requires the perfect planning and design team! Crimson Bleu Events ensured a smooth transition of events that is the essence of this beautifully shot cinematic highlight. So, what are you waiting for? Hit play and get lost in all the pretty yourselves.

We shall you see you bright and early tomorrow!

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Catering: Cafe Bombay Restaurant and Catering | Planning & Design: Crimson Bleu Events | Cinematography: Gustavo Romero Films | Cakes & Treats: Confection Perfection | Catering: Shree Shakti Mandir | Ceremony | Dhol: Sumeet Virk | Dj & Entertainment: XtraHotDjs Entertainment & Event Design | Floral & Décor: Mandap World | Hair & Makeup: Sheena Razmi | Bridesmaids Hair & Makeup: Glam by Adelina | Mehndi Artist: Darshna Dashadia | Photographer: Tiny Atlas Photography | Venue: Stone Ridge Event Center | Dhol Player: Sumeet Virk |


Park Ridge, NJ Indian Wedding by Lightyear Studio

Lightyear Studio has made a name in the wedding industry with producing high quality, cinematic, and touching films. With all the glitz and glam of Indian weddings, one of the most important factors when choosing your dream team is ensuring that you are picking out the most perfect team to capture your big day(s). Such holds true with this visual wonder celebrating Nisha and Ronak at the Park Ridge Marriott.  Planned and designed by Platinum Dream Events, we are sure that this is one Indian wedding that guests wouldn’t be forgetting anytime soon. Nisha was a gorgeous bride flowing with pure elegance after being dolled up Singhar by Ayesha in a deep burgundy lengha with all the proper embellishments. What would a wedding be without the immersive beats of a talented disk jockey? DJ Vik Events kept the crowd moving and shaking, leaving us with that very rare dull moment. Although this clip honors the couple in a little under six minutes, our heart is full with a lifetime of memories. So, sit back and relax! Hit play and journey with us to the good ol’ state of New Jersey for yet another blockbuster Indian wedding. 

Same time, same place tomorrow, Maharanis! 

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Hair & Makeup: Singhar by Ayesha | DJ: DJ Vik Events | Venues: Park Ridge Marriott | Planning & Design: Platinum Dream Events | Cinematographer: Lightyear Studio | Photography: Lightyear Studio |


Woodland Park, NJ Gujarati Wedding by PhotosMadeEz

The dynamic duo of Snehali and Anish got married in sophisticated Gujarati style. Vivacious Snehali preferred simplicity instead of incorporating tons of glitter and bling into her wedding. However, just because she craved a more subdued aesthetic doesn’t mean the celebrations weren’t filled to the brim with sparkle! Snehali and Anish’s cinematic love story was captured beautifully by PhotosMadeEz. The quintessential connection between this lovely couple is so inspiring. We heard it in the pureness of their family and friends' voices as they gushed about the lovebirds through this highlight. Snehal’s choice in bridal wear included vibrant colors such as a ruby ceremony lehenga and cerulean reception gown. She was sensationally adorned in beautiful jewels and henna, and we approve of every gorg look! After all, when else do you get to flaunt your inner Bollywood diva? The bride’s beauty squad was spearheaded by BeautybyHP and Artist Makeup Academy who ensured that not a pleat or bobby pin was out of place. The ceremony and reception took place at the Westmount Country Club and was transformed into a chic haven by Wedding Design and MM Celebrations. The celebrations blasted off into a high octane dance party when the thumping of Bollywood music by Medley Entertainment and DJ Gaurav began rocking the venue’s walls. We’re very excited to share this film with you, so revel in the beauty captured by PhotosMadeEz by clicking play below! And read on for our interview with the Main Maharani herself!

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

I met Anish on the trip to Canada, Spring Break of my sophomore year at Rutgers. He knew I was the one because he came back home immediately and told our friend Hetal and Ryan, “I found that special person!”

Do you have a super romantic proposal story or engagement memory?

We were engaged in Dominican Republic. We went there to celebrate his dad's 60th birthday. We stayed there for seven days; he did everything I had ever wanted to do on the trip like horseback riding on the beach. He told him his dad hired a photographer for family pictures so he was going down to meet him, i walked in couple minutes later and his nephew was holding a sign that said " Follow the trail of roses" and I knew it then! There he was standing in the sand waiting for me! He proposed, of course I said yes! And said I would like to call my mom. Of course my mom didn't pick up the phone because in minutes he asked me to look up saying "look my parents got a few strangers to bring out the congratulations sign". And when they put the sign down, I was the happiest girl alive (not that I already wasn't) - my parents and brother were there! Along with our best friends! It was a beautiful proposal!

Tell us about your wedding style. When you sat down to really figure out how your dream wedding would look, did you start with one central color, a palette of colors, or a theme that served as your inspiration?

I just knew I wanted simple and classy. I didn't like bling, simplicity was the key!

What did you enjoy most about the process of planning your dream Indian wedding?

I enjoyed shopping in India as I got to spend time with my family in India.

How did you choose your lenghas? Did you work with a certain designer? Did you spend hours on the internet first?

I wanted something very simple and of course the parents were against it and wanted me to wear something heavier. But I knew this lengha was the one when my brother said this is it!

Looking back, was there a really special moment that you remember from your wedding that stands out as the most magical?

Enjoying every bit of the ceremony and reception as we did not stress one bit thanks to our wonderful families, vendors, and of course the coordinators!

Have a wonderful Monday Maharanis!

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Photography: PhotosMadeEz | Cinematography: PhotosMadeEz | DJ: Medley Entertainment | Sangeet Venue: Royal Albert Palace | Ceremony and Reception Venue: West Mount Country Club | Planner: The Bureau Weddings | Floral & Decor: MM Celebrations | Floral & Decor: Wedding Design | Sangeet Hair & Makeup: BeautybyHP | Wedding Hair & Makeup: Artist Makeup Academy | Wedding DJ: DJ Gaurav |


Calgary, AB Sikh Wedding by Michael J. Scott Productions

Michael J. Scott Productions never fails to create the most epic wedding films. Our eyes were overwhelmed by all the scenic beauty in this out of this world clip. Watercolor sorbet skies and purple mountain majesties framed Navneet and Abhi as they frolicked on the rugged terrain. The glamorous twosome held their beautiful Sikh ceremony out of The Sikh Society of Calgary followed by a reception at Civic on Third. The weekend unfolded perfectly, and Michael J. Scott Productions masterfully composed this film to capture all the most magical moments. Kesar Designs was bequeathed the very important task of dolling the bride up and not a single eyelash was out of place from the magic hands of this makeup artist. SK Bridal came on board as the mehndi master, and the bride’s intricate henna was carefully designed in a one of a kind pattern that added to Navneet’s shine. The main Maharani wore a gorgeous peach and gold dusted lengha and lux pearl accessories that were the epitome of elegance and class. The glittering and intricate design details of her bridal attire instantly caught our attention and we couldn’t keep our eyes of the bride in a single clip of this highlight. The reception event was adorned in blooms by Enchanting Floral Designs with Top Wedding Decor Calgary bathing each corner of the venue with the utmost in luxurious design. And of course with Pure Entertainment Canada at the turntables,  the night consisted of a packed dance floor and a rocking celebration. There’s way too much prettiness to describe, so sit back, relax, and watch Navneet and Abhi’s special day unfold.

So stunning right? We'll bring you another gorg wedding film bright and early tomorrow morning!

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Cinematography: Michael J. Scott Productions | Photographer: Bliss Production | Sangeet Venue: Hellenic Community Centre | Ceremony Venue: Sikh Society of Calgary | Reception Venue: Civic on Third | Decor: Top Wedding Decor Calgary | Floral: Enchanting Floral Designs | Hair & Makeup: Kesar Designs | Catering: La Jawab | DJs: Pure Entertainment Canada | Bridal Fashions: Meenu's Boutique | Bridal Jewelry: Mani Ram Balwant Rai | Cake & Treats: Black and White BakeShop | Mehndi Artists: SK Bridal |


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