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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 |


Miami Beach, FL Indian Wedding by David Acuna Photography

Our current location? Poolside at Adity and Ronak’s breezy beach side wedding in Miami Beach, FL! The sweet lovebirds chose a destination Florida wedding bash for their special weekend, and every tropical moment was captured vibrantly by David Acuna Photography. We begin our coverage with Adity’s fun filled mehndi, taking place at The Palms Hotel & Spa. Surrounded by lush foliage, quirky bamboo shoots, and swaying palm trees, we couldn’t imagine a better place to kick back, relax, and have some henna applied. And we have to mention that today’s gorgeous wedding included some of the most unique, playful wedding fashions we’ve seen. The bride’s mehndi outfit consisted of brocade blouse emblazoned with tiny flowers and brown harem pants that looked straight from the Palace of Agrabah. And for the finishing touch, Adity and Ronak accessorized with adorable sunnies emblazoned with “Bride” and “Groom.” Beauty is definitely in the details and we adore all the sweet touches found within this celebration. Get lost with all the prettiness in the gallery captured by David Acuna Photography. We’ll be back in a moment with the duo’s gorg ceremony!

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We'll be back before you can see "mango martini!"

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


Miramar Beach, FL Destination Indian Wedding by Sameer Soorma Studios

We’ve finally reached the pinnacle of Hetal and Mitul’s wedding weekend: Their peaches and cream reception extravaganza! it is without a doubt, one of the glammest destination events we’ve covered to date. As their wedding has taught us, no event would be complete without the right wedding planner and Electric Karma - East Coast was on board to make sure all the events were streamlined cohesively. For Hetal’s reception look, she selected a dreamy pastel lehenga with embroidery that glittered under the hundreds of candles adorning the Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa ballroom. Prashe Decor once again knocked it out of the park with chic and imaginative decor concepts that included layers of tapered candles, mod chandeliers, and blush floral arrangements that were bursting out of their vases! The DJ dream team from DJ Vik made a charismatic appearance and kept the crowd grooving under the humid Florida skies until the wee hours of the morning. Sameer Soorma Studios captured all the precious memories from this sensational soiree, which you can find in the complete gallery. As for all your brides-to-be dreaming of a wedding of this caliber and charm, Maharani Hetal shares some advice: “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!” For more behind the scenes deets from this vivacious bride, scroll below for her full interview. We hope you all enjoyed reliving this sparkling event as much as we did!

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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: 654LIMO Inc | Cake & Treats: Holy Cakes | Live Music: Rhythm of Dreams | Mehndi Artist: Hello Henna Artistry by Emily | Priest: Harendrabhai |


Miramar Beach, FL Destination Indian Wedding by Sameer Soorma Studios

Hello again, lovely readers! We’ve spent all day swooning over Hetal and Mitul’s stellar Indian wedding bash with planning and design expertly orchestrated by the crew from Electric Karma - East Coast! We’re picking up right where we left off, and sharing the couple’s dazzling Indian wedding ceremony snaps by Sameer Soorma Studios. The special union of Maharani Hetal and Mitul took place in sunny Florida in the destination wedding event of a lifetime! This Bollywood bride was swimming with elegance in a spicy red wedding lengha and delicate golden accessories. She looked like a total doll and took Mitul’s breath away during their seaside first look! Prashe Decor ensured that the Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa venue was fit for royalty and designed an open mandap with carved sandalwood columns, cascading florals, and leafy green trimmings that you have to see to believe. As you peruse through the photos in the gallery by Sameer Soorma Studios, take a note of how blissful this duo looked taking their Hindu vows. Hetal and Mitul remind us how much we love love! We'll now let the complete gallery do the talking, so sit back, relax, and indulge in a visual feast!

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You may have already gathered that this was one eventful and exquisite wedding. Spoiler alert: the reception was out of this world! Featuring the sensational sounds of DJ Vik and even more decadent decor, you’ll want to head back here for the final segment of Hetal and Mitul’s shindig!

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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: 654LIMO Inc | Cake & Treats: Holy Cakes | Live Music: Rhythm of Dreams | Mehndi Artist: Hello Henna Artistry by Emily | Priest: Harendrabhai |


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