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Westchester, New York Fusion Indian Wedding by Jay Seth Photography

Sadly, we wind down the last bit of details with the grand finale held at The Ritz-Carlton New York, Westchester. For her wedding reception party, the bride decided that she wanted to switch gears and shined in a traditional, white wedding gown. Adding a mini birdcage veil with floral decor was the most romantic touch! Heena Das Beauty has done an impeccable job with ensuring that this bride was absolutely gorgeous; and it shows! The auspicious room took on a dreamy glow with lighting by Frost Productions and House of Dipali transformed the venue with pops of candlelight and and a floral backdrop for the ages. 321 Chillz dished out frozen cocktails; one of the most popular elements of the night! Delectable ice cream and chilled desserts are right up my alley! Guests rocked out to the harmonious beats of King Singh after enjoying a delicious meal catered in house. Spearheading the very important task of wedding design, Urvashi Mishra of Electric Karma East Coast created the most picturesque series of wedding events. The gallery captured by Jay Seth Photography paints a picture of a magical fairytale, so head on in there to take a look yourself!

Thank you for joining us today! We have a lot more love stories brimming on our site, so take a look as we prepare more weddings for your viewing pleasure tomorrow!

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Floral & Decor: House of Dipali | Hair & Makeup: Heena Das Beauty | Photography: Jay Seth Photography | Planning & Design: Electric karma - east coast | Venues: The Ritz-Carlton New York, Westchester | Cakes & Treats: 321chillz | Baarat: Equishare Baraat Horses | Bollywood Dance Performers: Natraj Dance Group (Hindu Ceremony) | Westchester (Reception): The Ritz-Carlton New York | Catering: Calcutta Wrap and Roll (Nikkah) | Westchester (Reception): The Ritz-Carlton New York | Cinematographer: Palindrome Productions LLC | Dj & Entertainment: King Singh | Lighting: Frost Productions | Live Music: HinduCeremony - Vijay Singh | Live Music: Cocktail Hour - Calcutta Wrap and Roll | Priest: Vijay Singh | Rentals: Signs & Place Cards - Minuteman Press | Rentals: Floor Wrap - SHOUT! | Signs | Venue: The Inn at New Hyde Park (Ceremony) | Westchester (Reception): The Ritz-Carlton New York |


Westchester, New York Fusion Indian Wedding by Jay Seth Photography

Today we celebrate Amanda and Amid’s multicultural vibes with their captivating wedding celebration. Amanda’s stunning bridal couture continued well into the Nikkah celebration at The Ritz-Carlton New York, Westchester. Amanda chose to wear a light colored bridal garb with intricate work of stylish tilla, stones, beading, and lace work. A trim of blue was perfectly complementary to Amid’s blue sherwani. One of my favorite accessories of this bridal look was a striking pearl kundan choker that shined bright, front and center. Heena Das Beauty was on the makeup team and ensured that the bride was picture perfect for Jay Seth Photography. The ring exchange and signing of the marriage took place in the enchanting ballroom complete with a floral backdrop designed by House of Dipali. After the ceremony ended, guests were treated to mouthwatering vegetarian cuisine from Calcutta Wrap and Roll Catering. Urvashi Mishra of Electric Karma East Coast curated the perfect checklist and ensured that all wedding planning was executed seamlessly. Head into the gallery where have hand selected images from the multi day events.

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Wondering what type of confectionery treats 321Chillz dishes out? Read on in the next post as we celebrate the reception! See you in a twinkle.

 

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Floral & Decor: House of Dipali | Hair & Makeup: Heena Das Beauty | Photography: Jay Seth Photography | Planning & Design: Electric karma - east coast | Venues: The Ritz-Carlton New York, Westchester | Cakes & Treats: 321chillz | Cakes & Treats: The Ritz-Carlton New York, Westchester | Baarat: Equishare Baraat Horses | Bollywood Dance Performers: Natraj Dance Group (Hindu Ceremony) | Catering (Nikkah): Calcutta Wrap and Roll | Cinematographer: Palindrome Productions LLC | Dj & Entertainment: King Singh | Lighting: Frost Productions | Live Music: HinduCeremony - Vijay Singh | Live Music: Cocktail Hour - Calcutta Wrap and Roll | Priest: Vijay Singh | Rentals: Signs & Place Cards - Minuteman Press | Rentals: Floor Wrap - SHOUT! | Signs | Venue: The Inn at New Hyde Park |


Westchester, New York Fusion Indian Wedding by Jay Seth Photography

Today’s Fusion love story has been captured so magically by Jay Seth Photography that it was only appropriate that we split Amanda and Amid’s celebration into three separate features detailing the special series of events. If you are a bride trying to figure out to merge the culture upbringing of you and your future husband, the attributes detailed here are for you! Amanda kicked off her  wedding  with the pre ceremony where she  donned a gorgeous mustard engulfed sari. This piece of silk was most certainly a nod to the Rajasthani empire and I loved how Jay Seth Photography portrayed it in this light. Celebrating both Amanda and Amid’s background was an important factor. One that planner and designer Urvashi Mishra of Electric Karma East Coast knows well! For her Hindu ceremony held at The Inn at New Hyde Park the bride was festooned by the magical hands of Heena Das Beauty. Bold red lips, glowing skin, and a killer smile was this bride’s forte as she was carried out on a palanquin led by her loved ones. Along the lines of a Rajasthani theme, House of Dipali adorned the venue with a Bollywood theme in mind. Gold pillars with motif architecture designs complete with red drapery sealed the deal. This wedding was just part one of this trifold event and you can find a sneak peek of things to come brimming in the gallery.

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We return with the Nikkah celebration and a reception party complete with 321Chillz handing out frozen cocktails at The Ritz-Carlton New York, Westchester! See you in a bit.

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Floral & Decor: House of Dipali | Hair & Makeup: Heena Das Beauty | Photography: Jay Seth Photography | Planning & Design: Electric karma - east coast | Venues: The Ritz-Carlton New York, Westchester | Cakes & Treats: 321chillz | Cakes & Treats: The Ritz-Carlton New York, Westchester | Baarat: Equishare Baraat Horses | Bollywood Dance Performers: Natraj Dance Group (Hindu Ceremony) | Catering (Nikkah): Calcutta Wrap and Roll | Cinematographer: Palindrome Productions LLC | Dj & Entertainment: King Singh | Lighting: Frost Productions | Live Music: HinduCeremony - Vijay Singh | Live Music: Cocktail Hour - Calcutta Wrap and Roll | Priest: Vijay Singh | Rentals: Signs & Place Cards - Minuteman Press | Rentals: Floor Wrap - SHOUT! | Signs | Venue: The Inn at New Hyde Park |


Long Island, NY, Indian Wedding by MaxPhoto NY

If like us, you have never seen a fairytale in real life, that is about to change with Ahalia and Aaron’s Nikkah and reception. It involved a ton of scrutiny and careful planning because the Nikkah was immediately followed by the reception, which meant no time to change outfits, decor, hair and makeup. Amy Devan of Naveda Couture outshone here because Ahalia wanted to keep the party time at a maximum. She wanted a regal, elegant, feminine, and flexible outfit, modest to suit the Nikkah and easy to convert into bridal-party-wear. So Naveda Couture’s brilliant custom-made solution was a blush three-piece ensemble that looked like a beaded maxi during the Nikkah, and a crop-top lengha set during the reception. Aaron donned a spiffy tuxedo that he accessorized with a matching blush pink scarf for the Nikkah and pocket square for the soiree. The ballroom at The Swan Club looked like a luxury cruise dinner setup in the peach, beige, and white drapes, thanks to the punditry of Elegant Floral Design. “A blush, navy, gold, and multi-metallic bridal party…a mix of masculine and feminine colors,” is how Ahalia describes the reception decor. The tablescapes featured a small bouquet of pastel florals as the centerpieces, some champagne and rose gold accents, surrounded by Chiavari chairs. A ton of personalized elements were featured on the display tables alongside guest books, and a to-go station for traveling guests. MaxPhoto NY captured the myriad details excellently, both on film and through photos, while DJ SpeedE had the guests glued to the dance floor after the couple’s dance performances to hits like Cheap Thrills, I Won’t Give Up, Just The Way You Are to name a few. Super chic and elegant reception that you shouldn’t miss a single photo of - head to the gallery for the rest of them!

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Finally, as promised, we bring to you the story of how this couple met through their very own which you can visit here, and lots more from our quick chat with the bride:

 

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
My favorite part about planning our AhAaWedding Weekend, was listening to our religious leaders hear us out and sagely advise us, watching our families come together to celebrate occasions and discuss wedding wishes and woes; shopping with the moms; registry list-making; countless night's out with our friends all empathizing and sharing their own wedding-secret-sauce with us at this time; seeing our sisters (Sharon, Nadia & Sarah) cousins and friends chip in on the festivities leading up to the wedding and throughout the weekend; having a phenomenal wedding planner was a huge life-style saver, too. With Aaron and I both being career-oriented, community involved and a long list of movies, games and events, we didn't want to lose a full year of our own goals by being bogged down in homework and worry over our wedding. We enlisted the wedding team that expertly executed my sister's wedding in 2007, Platinum Wedding Celebrations.

What did your guest particularly love about your Wedding?
When I imagined our Hindu ceremony, I envisioned a reboot of my older sister's wedding lengha with a solid red top and mermaid-flared bottom. After looking at two vendors, I confirmed that I didn't want to look farther than home. My Aunty Mini, who is an expert seamstress in the City, took on this challenge and she put every ounce of her being into ensuring each seam was perfect and color the right-type of red for this Hindu bride. Working with her, it was incredible as she poured over each decision on the coolest type of silk for a hot summer day, and a flattering but modern cut that had enough bling for her satisfaction; meeting with her to pick the trimmings of my top, made this heirloom outfit even more special to me.

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

Post Hindu ceremony, at our Sangeet, our closest friends and family took to the stage and performed their versions of "How to Pick up Gyal" the filming where Aaron and I met for the first time, by our Flat Tire Productions friends; the super-hero version of conquering love and having Aaron's novel published by our Penn State friends; a custom-written reggae fused hip-hop performance by our friend Ahmen; a video spoof of the hit song "Champion" on how Ahalia fell in love with Aaron by our Chir-Kali cousins; and lastly an ode to young love by our cute nieces who put all of their energies into ensuring our wedding carried their vibe, smiles and blessings. While we thought we were surprising our guest with a super-secret-sangeet-performance, little did we know they had something else up their sleeves. Our Sangeet Stage Manager, Alisha, was covertly coordinating a story-telling Soca-FlashMob! It was an idea spawned and executed by our Sari Sisters: Soham, Swati, Charlene, Bibi, Sally, Aruna, Ariana, Annie, Sioux and Kurta Brothers: Feroze, Moe, Delvin, Hayden, Eric, Farhan, Abdel, Francisco, Dinesh, Travis, Ravi, Chris - we love you all! The video was recorded and mailed to the masses, where (we later discovered) they held practices up to the day of our reception on the lawns, behind the scenes, and only our wedding planner knew.

For events other than your ceremony, please tell us as much as you would like about the decor, style, dances, and all the special details.
Our dance teacher and family-friend, Preeti helped us create a 5 minute medley of various songs for our first dance.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
You'll "get by, with a little help from your friends" and family!

 

Multi-faith weddings are a world of their own, but with mindful planning and patience, they can be as brilliant as Ahalia and Aaron’s! Come back tomorrow for more inspiration from spectacular and unique weddings! 

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Photography: MaxPhoto NY | Planning & Design: Platinum Celebrations Inc. | Cinematography: MaxPhoto NY | Bridal Fashions: Naveda Couture | Venues: The Swan Club | Floral & Decor: Elegant Floral Design | Hair & Makeup (Ceremony): Makeup by Khadija | Hair & Makeup (Reception): Beauty by Tamanna | DJ: DJ Speed E | Catering: S&A Roti Shop | Baraat: Ponies Will Travel | Lighting: New York Event Productions | Mehndi Artists: KAYA Herbal Beauty Salon |


Long Island, NY, Indian Wedding by MaxPhoto NY

It was perhaps the fact that our Maharani Ahalia was so lucid about the preferred decor theme (she had just one word: regal), that made it effortless for Platinum Celebrations to orchestrate this wedding. In a lovely color palette of pastel mustard yellow, crimson red, coral, and royal blue, Elegant Floral Design enhanced the indoor venue at The Swan Club, with a Chuppah-style mandap. The use of pleated organza and tulle drapes were textural elegance at their best. All the subtle colors of the drapes paired excellently with the striking red floral work, and our happy couple in their traditional red ensembles. Moreover, the blue accents from the bridesmaids’ colorblocked saris with silver butta print work, and the groomsmen’s cream and blue sherwanis, lent a royal vibe. For her Hindu ceremony, our Maharani was carried in a gold palanquin to the rustic, cosy mandap where the two were united in nuptial bliss. S&A Roti Shop catered native cuisine to satiate everyone’s palates. Get a closer look at their first ceremony by going through the gallery, courtesy of the very skilled MaxPhoto NY

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Stay tuned to find out the epic story of how this couple met, which will unfold in the last segment along with all the details on their Nikkah and reception!

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Photography: MaxPhoto NY | Planning & Design: Platinum Celebrations Inc. | Cinematography: MaxPhoto NY | Bridal Fashions: Naveda Couture | Venues: The Swan Club | Floral & Decor: Elegant Floral Design | Hair & Makeup (Ceremony): Makeup by Khadija | Hair & Makeup (Reception): Beauty by Tamanna | DJ: DJ Speed E | Catering: S&A Roti Shop | Baraat: Ponies Will Travel | Lighting: New York Event Productions | Mehndi Artists: KAYA Herbal Beauty Salon |


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