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St.Ann, Jamaica Wedding by Goody Cambay

Welcome to Jamaica, Maharanis! I would love to bestow all the moving details about Riti and Givenchy enviable, tropical wedlock hosted at a wedding venue as scenic and flowerful as its name entails; Borghinvilla. We consider any guests receiving invites in the mail from Belle Hanah Paperie remarkably lucky, as this is a true destination treat! With the seaside as their backdrop and the calming music of the ocean, the couple became Mr. and Mrs. bringing a traditional Hindu ceremony to the land of springs. The unforgettable experience was followed by an Indian tasty cuisine, fresh coconuts, and cane juice. Riti stood out as the Maharani of the island in a unique, bright pink lehenga from Shyamal & Bhumika and showed off her desirable hair and makeup created by Chasity Artistry. In the evening, the guests returned for the reception just in time to witness the heavenly colors of a stunning sunset, enchanting fire dancers, and Japanese fire lanterns released to fly solo over the ocean. The decor matched its surroundings with ivory and rosy centerpieces brought to life by Borghinvilla DesignsFrom delight, the guests danced all night long, only to take a break to consume succulent cookies and milk out of Jamaican shot glasses. Our bride was styled in a sweet baby pink dress from Elan that she twirled on the dancefloor along with cute sandals from Badgley MischkaWe are certain Jennifer Borgh Events must have taken true pleasure in coordinating this incredible Jamaican dream wedding. Merrick Cousley Photography captured the big day mixed with Jamaican charm while Goody Cambay shot a billion quick live visuals connected in an upbeat, enticing wedding video. See for yourself what all the fuzz is about and hit the play button below.

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Cinematography: Goody Cambay | Photography: Merrick Cousley Photography | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Borghinvilla Wedding Venue | Planning & Design: Jennifer Borgh Events | Floral & Decor: Borghinvilla Designs | Hair & Makeup: Chasity Artistry | Cake & Treats: Joy of Food | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Belle Hanah Paperie | Ceremony Lengha: Shyamal & Bhumika | Reception Gown: Elan | Wedding Sandals: Badgley Mischka | Givenchy's white sherwani: Deen Fashion | Reception blue linen suit: ASOS | Suede Reception Shoes: Steve Madden |


Cancun, Mexico Destination Indian Wedding by Erick Pozos Photography

Happy Friday Maharanis! We love capping off the week with destination wedding videos, so get in relaxation mode as we travel to the golden sands of Mexico for Anisha and Tejas’ Indian wedding filmed by Erick Pozos Photography. This couple’s celebrations were a once in a lifetime experience for their loved ones and was filled with dazzle and style. To ensure that every detail went off splendidly for the couple and their guests, travel concierge Indian Destination Weddings was there every step of the way at the Hyatt Ziva Cancun resort. From the initial moments of the dashing couple’s first look alongside the crashing ocean, it was obvious how deeply in love Anisha and Tejas are. And we loved witnessing how excited the couple’s nearest and dearest were to witness this monumental matrimony. Everyone from the elated bridal party to the family members were jumping with joy during the proceedings! We’re blown away by all the beauty in the clip, and have to give props to Preeti Exclusive Creations. The design house made sure the outdoor space sparkled with chandeliers and cheerful pink blooms. Total paradise! The weekend ended with a literal bang as glittering fireworks lit the night sky in honor of the glowing newlyweds. For more from this gorg event, peruse the complete gallery where Erick Pozos Photography has captured the most breathtaking portraits.

Have the most wonderful weekend Maharanis!

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Planning & Design: Preeti Exclusive | Travel Concierge: Indian Destination Weddings | Event Designer: Preeti Exclusive | Venue: Hyatt Ziva Cancun | DJ: Premier Entertainment | Baraat: Premier Entertainment | Lighting: JSAV | Mehndi Artist: Mehndi by Veronica de la Paz | Photographer: Erick Pozos Photography | Cinematographer: Erick Pozos Photography |


Miramar Beach, FL Destination Indian Wedding by Sameer Soorma Studios

The toes in the sand feeling will always remain classic in our books! And, today’s cinematic reel captured with sheer pizzazz and romance will leave you absolutely breathless. It didn’t come as much of a surprise to learn that Sameer Soorma Studios is behind this masterpiece remembering Maharani Hetal and Mitul’s special day. My favorite outfit of all had to be the wedding lengha. With the bright hues of red and the twinkle of kundan jewelry; what a sight to behold against the clear waters serving as your backdrop! Hetal definitely was a knockout in her one of a kind designer masterpiece that was both traditional and sophisticated. No Indian wedding would be complete without some serious dance offs, nostalgic beats, and a packed dance floor! With DJ Vik Events on the turntables, the festivities were taken up a notch. Planning and design of this insanely gorgeous wedding was spearheaded by Urvashi Mishra of Electric Karma - East Coast. So, sit back and relax as you hit play and are transformed to the magical sands of Florida.

 

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

I was introduced to my husband by my brother in law, Jignesh. My brother in law and my husband are second cousins. When my brother in law met me for the first time, he thought I would be perfect for Mitul (my husband). We were introduced to each other at my sister and brother in law's engagement party and the rest is history. We began talking and getting to know each other for about 5 months. We both then ended up going to India that December for family weddings and got a chance to spend a lot of time together. I got horribly sick while in India where I was not able to get out of bed for 3 days and had to get an IV. Instead of attending the family wedding, Mitul stayed by my bed side (and comforted me while I threw up) the entire time and gave me company while my family attended the wedding. That's when I knew he was "THE ONE!"

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!

Mitul and I took a trip to Hawaii in March 2015 with his family. Mitul somehow convinced me that we should skydive while we are in Hawaii. The morning after we landed in Hawaii, we took a shuttle to the location for skydiving. He had already called the skydiving location and spoke to them a few weeks beforehand and informed them about his plans to propose. It turned out that 2015 was the worst year till date in terms of getting clearance to skydive due to the weather. (There needs to be a 3 mile radius of no cloud cover in order for the plane to go up). We ended up having to play the waiting game. They informed us that we would wait for the clouds to roll through for the next hour. 1 hour turned in to 3.5 hours and they informed us that there would be no skydiving taking place that day. I was ecstatic that I didn't have to skydive because I REALLY didn't want to. I was only doing it for Mitul.

Once we got back to the Hotel, Mitul secretly snuck away and planned a helicopter tour for the following day. He told me that we'd be getting a tour of the island in the helicopter because neither one of us had been on one. He informed me that since the skydiving didn't work out, the helicopter would nice and it'd be cool to see the island from an aerial perspective I still had NO CLUE. I was just happy I didn't have to jump out of a plane.

The following day once we got to the helicopter tour, we had to sit through a 10 minute safety lesson. After that, he made an excuse to go use the restroom. Instead of using the restroom he managed to track down the pilot of our helicopter and informed her of his plans to propose. She told him that the tour includes a beautiful waterfall called "The Sacred Falls" which is tucked between two huge mountains. He loved the idea and proposed to me on the helicopter at the Sacred Falls.

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

When I initially went to India for wedding shopping, I had told myself to be open to different ideas. We all see many bridal lenghas that are red and gold. I wanted to be a little non traditional and opt with something close to a red but not completely red for my bridal outfit. I saw many whites, pinks, lavenders, and light oranges but none stood out to me. I had a mini meltdown because I really thought I wasn't going to find "the one" and I was on a time crunch. After my meltdown we decided to go to one more shop for that day. There, I saw the one that I ended up choosing hanging on the racks and decided to try it on. As soon as I put it on, I knew that I felt like a bride in it.

Coincidentally, it ended up being ALL red and gold! 

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

When I first began wedding planning, I was a bit overwhelmed. I've seen my two older sisters go through it and have been there first hand to experience the craziness. I think one of the best parts about the planning for me was how well both of our families communicated and hashed out the details. Mitul's parents and my parents never hesitated with one another when they had a question. Our wedding went as well as it did because of how well we all communicated with each other. Our parents were the best throughout it all, they helped us tremendously and made sure Mitul and I got the wedding we envisioned! Another BIG part of our wedding planning process was our wonderful wedding planner Urvashi Mishra! She never felt like a wedding planner to me, she always made it feel more like family. She was ALWAYS available whenever we needed her and was on top of every aspect throughout our wedding weekend.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?

The guests absolutely loved the idea of having a Destination wedding. We knew when we first began wedding planning that we wanted to do a warm area/beach wedding. We had our wedding in Destin, Florida. Neither Mitul or I live any where near Destin. Mitul is from Mississippi and I'm from Oregon. We were able to narrow our searches down to Destin and found the perfect location at the Hilton Sandestin. The guests were not only able to enjoy all of the events for both Mitul and I, but they all told us that it felt like a vacation because they were able to enjoy the beach and surrounding locations. We tried to space out the events so our guests could make the most of the location/resort as well as enjoy the events. I think Destin was the perfect place, because none of the guests felt that they were exhausted from all of the wedding festivities.

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

I think we sometimes put too much pressure on ourselves as brides. We think every thing needs to be perfect. You hear many people tell you to "take it all in" during your wedding and I couldn't agree more. I think it's important to take the pressure off of yourself and enjoy the moment(s) with the people closest to you. They all have traveled far to be there for you during the most important time of your life. I really enjoyed my weekend. Even though I was running on veryyyy little sleep, I had a blast! As soon as the first day event rolled around, I didn't let myself stress out or think about the planning process. I let it flow and it turned out absolutely beautiful!

Thanks for sharing Hetal! We'll see you all tomorrow for another stunning Indian wedding celebration.

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Photography: Sameer Soorma Studios | DJ: DJ Vik Events | Planning & Design: Electric karma - east coast | Cinematography: Sameer Soorma Studios | Sangeet Venue: Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa | Ceremony and Reception Venue: Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa | Floral & Decor: Prashe Decor | Hair & Makeup: Glitter & Gloss Creations | Catering: Pankaj | Baraat | Transportation: 654LIMO Inc | Cake & Treats: Holy Cakes | Live Music: Rhythm of Dreams | Mehndi Artist: Hello Henna Artistry by Emily | Priest: Harendrabhai |


Queens, NY Indian Fusion Wedding by Events Capture

Wow - we have a beautiful whirlwind of a wedding film for you today, created by Events Capture! This feisty couple planned their wedding over a two year period, brainstorming creative details together, and assembling an all-star team of vendors - the final results are unbelievable! The video shows that Melinee and Karmvir's wedding was a sumptuous feast for the eyes. Every detail was designed and planned to utter perfection by Exclusive Events NY. The quick-on-their-feet couple (who organized their reception to ensure they had at least three solid three hours of dance time to music by DJUSA) were so playful and adorable with each other during the weekend - We were utterly swept up in their love story while watching the film! Maharani Melinee was such a radiant bride, adorned in fashions by Armaans Bridal and Lotus Bazaar, with superstar glam makeup by Beauty by TamannaMelinee has some incredible words of wisdom that's we'll close with: "Always remember how you felt the day of your wedding. Take that feeling and always bring joy and laughter into your home. A happy marriage is a balancing act of meeting your own needs and each other’s needs. Learn to listen, be present in the moment, and think before you speak, but don’t lose your sense of self in the process of giving." So well said! For more from Melinee, scroll down to read our interview with her! For even more wedding deets, click here for our previous coverage of Melinee and Karmvir's dazzling wedding photos!

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

I met my husband while I was in college. I was sitting around with a group of friends and he boldly came over and introduced himself to me. We started laughing and talking and eventually our 3 year friendship bloomed into something much more. The moment I knew he was the one was when I took him home to meet my family and they instantly were attached. It felt so natural and it was as if they'd known each other for years. The light he brings into my life, with never ending support and love, is something I can hold onto forever and I know, without a doubt, that he is truly the one.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!

Every proposal is magical, however our proposal is my favorite. We went weeks without a date and I asked him many times to see Central Park with me. One day he randomly called me and said "let's go to Central Park, I have an event for my job later on that evening and we can hang out beforehand." Excited, I sprung up and got ready and he picked me up an hour later. We explored Central Park and ended up going to a restaurant named The Boat House. He told me he had a surprise for me, and walked me outside, to the back of the restaurant.

There was a Gondola waiting for us and the gondolier was ready to take us for a ride. The lake was beautiful and empty. I was enjoying the ride and pointing out landmarks I used to study near during my college years. Soon, ahead of us was this gorgeous marble bridge. As we passed underneath, my husband began to move and got on one knee and asked "Would you marry me?" I had absolutely no idea what was happening. I was in complete and utter shock until a lady on the bridge was screaming "OH MY GOD, HE IS PROPOSING!! JUST SAY 'YES' JUST SAY 'YES'" Frantically waking up from shock, I shook my head "Yes" and began to tear up. Amazingly, all of this was caught on camera. He hired a professional to capture all of our moments leading up to the proposal.

Tell us how you went about planning your wedding, and your overall experience with the Venues, Hair & Makeup, Outfits, Decor Theme, and all of the other important details.

We had a two year engagement. We took our time and steadily paced booking all of our vendors. Three of the main key vendors we booked right away were the venues, the DJ, and the makeup artist. We liked that it was spaced, we did not feel rushed at any moment. Everyone we worked with were extremely professional and great at what they do. We had complete faith in them and everything came out great.

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

Everyone I loved and held dear to my heart chose the outfits I wore. I am naturally not a picky person so I left it up to faith. It felt more special that way knowing my loved ones were involved and each outfit holds a amazing memory and story.

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

The most enjoyable part of the planning process was the "do it yourself" projects. It was a way to reflect our own personalities into our wedding in a crafty way. Seeing every idea come together at the end made all of the effort involved worth it!

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?

From all the compliments we received from our wedding, I have to say the words that stood out most is "I loved to see the different cultural traditions involved, I loved how happy and fun you two were during the ceremonies, and I absolutely loved the music!" My husband and I love to dance and had a great time. On our reception day, we made sure that we could get at least three full hours of solid dance time.

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

I remember walking up the aisle towards the Mandap of the Hindu wedding and seeing my husband looking at me when he suddenly winked. I was so shy and excited to commence the ceremony. During the ceremony, he flirted with me the entire time and we ended up laughing so much.

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

Plan and organize well for your upcoming day and do not stress the little things. Enjoy your day and smile knowing you'll be marrying your soulmate. Always remember how you felt the day of your wedding. Take that feeling and always bring joy and laughter into your home. A happy marriage is a balancing act of meeting your own needs and each other’s needs. Learn to listen, be present in the moment, and think before you speak, but don’t lose your sense of self in the process of giving.

We seriously think that's some of the best advice we've ever heard! All the best to Melinee & Karmvir - We're so happy for them!

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Floral & Decor: Exclusive Events NY | Photo Booths: Exclusive Events NY | Planning & Design: Exclusive Events NY | Baarat: Jarnail Dholi from Punjabi Dholi | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: City Chaahat | Bridal Fashions: Armaans Bridal | Bridal Fashion (Sangeet): UtsavFashion | Bridal Jewelry: Lotus Bazaar | Cakes & Treats: Jericho Terrace | Catering: Jericho Terrace | Cinematographer: Events Capture | Dj & Entertainment: DJUSA | Draping & Styling: Beauty by Tamanna | Hair & Makeup: Beauty by Tamanna | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Parekh Cards | Lighting: Jericho Terrace | Mehndi Artist: Henna for All - Monita | Photographer: Events Capture | Transportation: Tran-Star Limo | Venue (Sangeet): Five Star Banquet | Venue (Sikh Ceremony): Gurdwara Mata Sahib Kaur | Venue (Hindu Ceremony): Ganesh Temple | Venue (Reception): Jericho Terrace | Baraat (Horse): Liz Dougal | Groom's Fashion (Sangeet): Chandigarh Fashion |


Cancun, MX Hindu Wedding by Mike Cantarell Films

Hola amigas! I am sure from my salutation, you know exactly where we are headed today for a threefold royal affair that is sure to make you smile. Maharani Nimisha wed her husband at the ever so romantic Grand Velas Spa & Resort. Known for endless white sand beaches and the Mayan jungle, I absolutely love this luxurious all-inclusive resort that is a dream come true for any wedding. This multiple day affair consisted of a mehndi night with the popular mehndi artist based out in Mexico, Veronica de la Paz. The  henna commencements was based out the terrace at the Grand Velas with the Satak (Turmeric Ceremony) held in the beautiful garden outdoors. Ever dream of having a big fat Indian wedding on the beach? Well, this fairy tale came true for this Maharani who walked down the sand dusted aisles in a gorgeous, one of a kind lengha with palm trees designed in India. Planning a destination wedding from another state is no easy feat. Nimisha hired Sobi Qazi two and half years before her wedding event (who is based in Texas, whoa!) to plan her big day. Needless to say, Sobi designed the wedding of a lifetime. The floral and decor was crafted by Euforia. As quoted from the bride, “Pulling a traditional Indian wedding at an overseas destination was not easy, but, with the right people, it was a dream come true for me and my husband, Vishall.” One of my favorite aspects of an Indian wedding is seeing family members from all over the world flying in for the big day. Nimisha had an overwhelming response with her guests from India and England, taking the time out to celebrate in the Riviera. With the help of Diana Romo who styled and beautified the guests and Vo Evolution, known for their artistry skills in the Riviera, everybody looked picture perfect for Claudia Rodriguez Photography. As anyone can agree when figuring out the details of the big day, fine cuisine is a must. The chefs at the Grand Velas crafted a menu so wonderful, that the guest couldn’t stop clamoring about the amazing Indian food derived in Mexico. Beating on the dhol all the way from Texas, Desi Junction DJ’s brought in the Bollywood beats for the perfect ending at the reception party held indoors at the Grand Velas. This visual treat, shot by Mike Cantarell Films will have you dreaming of a beach side Indian wedding of your own! We are in for a treat from the bride! Check out all the details below! 

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

We first met in college 9 years ago at university of Houston. We were both in the medical background and taking (most of them) same courses. We were friends for two years and started dating our last year of college. He knew before we were even dating that i was the "one" and it took me about a year to realize he was the "one" when i moved away to florida. we are both from Houston,Texas and had plans to pursue our career to become a doctor (graduate school) even if that meant moving away from Houston. After about a year of dating,we both graduated college and I was accepted into optometry school in Florida and had to move there for graduate school. It was than that i realized how much i missed him and he was the "one" for me. Shortly after, he was also accepted into the same university for medical school and moved down to florida. So, eventually faith brought us together and allowed us to advance in our career.

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

Our proposal/engagement was very traditional where the two families were introduced to each other and things went very smoothly afterwards into engagement and the wedding. Due to our busy career and schedule, we fortunately were able to "plan" everything and did not keep much for a "surprise.”

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?

We wanted an intimate yet traditional ceremony away from Houston. Since we are both from Houston, Texas, we knew having a wedding there meant having 1,000 people and we just did not see us having that kind of wedding. We wanted to make sure we had a small, intimate wedding where we were able to communicate with all of our guests and enjoy their company. We had members that flew from England, india and all over U.S. (California to New York) so, we really wanted to appreciate and spend time with everyone that came to celebrate the wedding with us to Mexico. We initially narrowed down the location to Riviera maya, Mexico after looking at 10 different resort in our 1st visit. Grand Velas riviera maya resort stood out to us from the very beginning. It is such a classy, quiet and one of the best all inclusive resort in Mexico. Our wedding kind of all worked out around this resort and we wanted to enhance every part of the resort and incorporate the space into our wedding. 

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

We had decided our dates, ceremony locations and etc before we flew to India. I went to India with an open mind regarding the wedding lengha and wanted a traditional look but with something more personalized and meaningful. I was determined to stay positive and find my dream lengha in India and so i did with the help of my brother. I feel in love with my wedding lengha when I saw the palm trees on it and knew it was the "one". It was not a designer lengha but I got it from mumbai and it was love at first sight. Living in Florida for last 5 years and having our wedding in Mexico with the resort surrounded by palm trees and having our wedding ceremony on the beach was all clues pointing towards the palm tress lengha. I tried it on and it was perfect.

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

It was that Sunday before the wedding ceremony; before the wedding ceremony started, i saw the groom for photos on the beach (1st reveal or bridal reveal). It was that moment when I saw him that this is all happening and this is real. After being together for 9 years with many ups and downs, we are finally here at the beach, in Mexico, with our closest family and friends to get married. We were both enjoying our personal moment saying "wow this is really happening huh" and enjoying some peaceful time before the ceremony.

How about hair and makeup? Did you already have a style in mind or did you work with a specialist to find your perfect look?

It is VERY HOT in Mexico during the month of May. I wanted to mostly keep my hair up so it does not create a mess and also most of my outfits had work on it to where I had to put my hair up or otherwise it would be tangled up in there. I was more excited about makeup than hair. I wanted to be a simple bride and natural look. I did not want my makeup to melt in the heat and have someone keep touching up every 5 minutes. I chose styling trip (company) for my personal hair and makeup and Vo evolution hair/makeup for all of my family members (15 of them). Vo Evolution had a great team to accommodate my large bridal party and styling trio was able to give me that personal attention for my own hair/makeup.

Did family or friends help out with certain special details that really added to the event?

All of our family members came forward to help during the wedding. We could not have been more thankful! 

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)

Mehndi night was my favorite day, it was just perfect timing and weather. It was on a Friday night at 6 p.m. on a terrace, over looking the beautiful ocean and stage set for dancing/garba/party and just a great night for everyone to arrive, mingle and enjoy this beautiful resort. I wanted to keep my Mehndi very minimal yet bridal. I was able to achieve that look with the help of Veronica De La (company).

Bridesmaid: Getting bridesmaid saris were difficult in India since most of the bridal attires are very heavy and intricate. Most of my bridesmaid have never been to an indian wedding, let alone wear an indian outfit. They were very excited to wear a sari for the wedding day but, also wanted to be comfortable due to the heat in Mexico. I was very happy that i was able to find my bridesmaid light weight saris with exquisite beading work on the blouse and pearl border(to match my dupatta for the wedding day) as their bridesmaid outfit. They were happy because they were comfortable and able to walk in saris while having the whole traditional indian wedding experience.

We wanted our wedding to be private, intimate and small. We wanted our families to be able to spend time with everyone while enjoying the great resort, food and drinks. We were able to accomplish all of the above at Grand Velas resort with the help of Sobi Qazi and company. Pulling a traditional gujarati wedding at a oversea destination was not easy but the with the help of right people, it was a dream come true for me and Vishall. Our family was very happy with the outcome of the wedding.

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Planning & Design: Sobi Qazi | Cinematography: Mike Cantarell Films | Cakes & Treats: Grand Velas Spa & Resort | Catering: Grand Velas Spa & Resort  | Floral & Décor: Euforia | Hair & Makeup: Diana Romo - Styling Trio | Mehndi: Veronica de la Paz | Photographer: Claudia Rodriguez Photography Venue: Grand Velas Spa & Resor


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