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Glenview, IL Indian Wedding by Aiya Photography

The love between Gunjan and Anish shines bright in today’s feature by Aiya Photography. We think this lovely wedding will leave you breathless! Dream Occasions was the decorator of the lavish reception event at The Renaissance Hotel. The grand sweetheart setup included twisted branches, a white chaise, and oodles of candles that created the ultimate in romantic ambiance. We were awestruck by the magnificent centerpieces sprinkled throughout the ballroom, including festive coral blooms and enormous cloudlike trees covered in white foliage. Pure decadence! Gunjan and Anish took their guests’ breath away as they bounded into the venue in their black tie finery. Anish was a dapper gentlemen in a black suit, while Gunjan was a vision of grace in coral. Their beautiful first dance was full of emotion, and Gunjan told us, “The moment we began our slow dance and Anish locked eyes with me as we twirled, I felt like the most cherished and luckiest girl in the universe. Anish’s cousin sang an acoustic version of Latch by Sam Smith which made us feel like we were on cloud nine.” So sweet! So much more reception action awaits you in the full gallery, so enjoy all the magical snaps captured by Aiya Photography!

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So lovely! Have a wonderful evening Maharanis!

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Photography: Aiya Photography | Sangeet Venue: The Glenview Park District | Ceremony Venue: Hanuman Mandir | Reception Venue: The Renaissance Hotel | Floral & Decor: Dream Occasions | Hair & Makeup: Nadia Tikki | Catering: Gaylord | DJ: DJ Sohbash | Cake & Treats: Renaissance Hotel | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Prince Wedding Card | Mehndi Artist: Heta | Photo Booth: Action Booth |


Glenview, IL Indian Wedding by Aiya Photography

We just know that when Gunjan and Anish planned their big bash, every detail was discussed in detail. And, with the help of floral and decor masters from Dream Occasions, they were able to pull off a beautiful event that can only be described as Bollywood elegance at its best. The wedding ceremony took place at the ever so serene Hanuman Mandir. Before her much anticipated walk down the aisle, Gunjan got ready with Nadia Tikki who bestowed the bride with the royal treatment. This natural beauty became the ultimate bombshell knockout thanks to kohl rimmed eyes and ruby red lips. The bride donned sparkling golden jewels, included an ornate maang tikka and choker necklace, as well as a red and gold zari embroidered wedding lehenga. Gunjan told us, I did most of my shopping in Bombay and relied heavily on the designer stores. For my wedding lengha, I chose the traditional blood red with gold embroidery. My favorite colors are peach, orange and coral but red is a very auspicious color for Indians and I wanted to make sure I collected all of the positive vibes and karma I possibly could!” Well she selected a winner, because she looked like the most breathtaking of brides! After she was all dolled up, it was time for the first look in the picturesque Illinois outdoors, followed by Gunjan and Anish’s emotional ceremony. Head into the full gallery where Aiya Photography has captured a bounty of memories that will make you smile!

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All the fab reception deets up next!

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Photography: Aiya Photography | Sangeet Venue: The Glenview Park District | Ceremony Venue: Hanuman Mandir | Reception Venue: The Renaissance Hotel | Floral & Decor: Dream Occasions | Hair & Makeup: Nadia Tikki | Catering: Gaylord | DJ: DJ Sohbash | Cake & Treats: Renaissance Hotel | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Prince Wedding Card | Mehndi Artist: Heta | Photo Booth: Action Booth |


Glenview, IL Indian Wedding by Aiya Photography

We’re loving all the little, magical touches incorporated into Gunjan and Anish’s wedding celebration. We could tell that tons of planning was done by both the bride and groom. Gunjan told us,Planning a wedding is a lot of time, patience and resilience. There will be moments when you want to break down and cry, and you ask yourself why go through the trouble of such a huge production? In the end, you realize that a wedding is the joining of two families and the obstacles you are challenged with during the planning process are meant to make your bonds stronger!” Such uplifting and true words! For her mehndi, this bubbly Maharani slipped into a strapless coral-red number that was breezy, elegant, and totally chic. The ambiance was also draped in hues of red by Dream Occasions, since the decor for each magnificent event matched this lovely bride’s outfits. We love this concept! Her mehndi was incredibly intricate and mesmerizing, applied by the talented hands of Heta. Next up is the dazzling ceremony soiree, which took place at the Hanuman Mandir. Wait until you catch a glimpse of Gunjan and Anish in their wedding finery. They looked like complete royalty! While you wait, peruse all the memories held in our full gallery shot flawlessly by Aiya Photography. And make sure to scroll below for our interview with Gunjan!

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

On a random summer day back in June 2014, my adorable friend Anita (Anish's sister) messaged me from Chicago - she wanted to know if I would be open to meeting with her bhai, Anish and suggesting some fun places to visit in the Bay Area. Of course, being the social butterfly that I am… I accepted with a smile emoji and started jotting down suggestions for Anish.

Soon afterwards, Anish and I connected over the phone. Due to his hectic schedule, he was always in and out of town… he also happened to be in the process of moving back to Illinois (a small detail that I missed since he was in California so often). After paragraphs of texting back and forth, we finally met in downtown San Jose over a hot plate of chicken & waffles at a restaurant named Paper Plane. Little did we know that we would both absolutely LOVE this dish! And so our sindhjabi love story began!

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!

We had a traditional Rokha engagement with both of our families present. There was beautiful red, pink and gold decor with tea candles lit across the floor leading up to a gorgeous golden jhoole (Indian bench swing). As I walked into the room, Anish was standing at the end of the aisle with a gorgeous rose gold and diamond engagement ring. I was swept off my feet by the man of my dreams.

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 relied on Google doc spreadsheets, phone calls, FaceTime and many many meetings to ensure we were on the same page with each other’s families and the vendors. I had to go through a few hair and makeup trials to test out the looks I wanted for my big day! I’m so glad we took our time with vendors because the little details were very important to us.

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

I did most of my shopping in Bombay and relied heavily on the designer stores. For my wedding lengha, I chose the traditional blood red with gold embroidery. My favorite colors are peach, orange and coral but red is a very auspicious color for Indians and I wanted to make sure I collected all of the positive vibes and karma I possible could! Red lenghas are very common so I searched far and wide so that I would stand out amongst all other beautiful brides.

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

Planning a wedding is a lot of time, patience and resilience... there will be moments when you want to break down and cry... and you ask yourself why go through the trouble of such a huge production? In the end, you realize that a wedding is the joining of two families and the obstacles you are challenged with during the planning process are meant to make your bonds stronger. Sometimes you come out whole, and sometimes you don't. Just keep in mind that you are marrying your best friend who will stick by you through thick and thin. Isn't it worth it?

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?

Our guests loved the food and performances! We were so fortunate to have a Big Fat Indian Wedding with all of our family and friends from near and far!

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

The moment we began our slow dance and Anish locked eyes with me as we twirled… I felt like the most cherished and luckiest girl in the universe. Anish’s cousin sang an acoustic version of Latch by Sam Smith which made us feel like we were on cloud 9.

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.

Anish's father and his cousin sang very beautiful hindi and english songs during our events. Anish’s sister performed an amazing solo dance compiled with Anish’s favorite hindi songs growing up. Also, my siblings prepared an exceptional and heartwarming slideshow filled with childhood memories and videos of both Anish and myself. All of these gifts were especially meaningful to us since they were prepared with such love and dedication to our wedding day.

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

Be patient, understanding, resilient and kind… many woman have survived wedding planning AND marriage!

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

Above all else, have fun! Your wedding only happens once.

Such great advice! Ceremony deets up next.

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Photography: Aiya Photography | Sangeet Venue: The Glenview Park District | Ceremony Venue: Hanuman Mandir | Reception Venue: The Renaissance Hotel | Floral & Decor: Dream Occasions | Hair & Makeup: Nadia Tikki | Catering: Gaylord | DJ: DJ Sohbash | Cake & Treats: Renaissance Hotel | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Prince Wedding Card | Mehndi Artist: Heta | Photo Booth: Action Booth |


Houston, TX Indian Wedding by Biyani Photography

Since Disha and Vijay were finally hitched, it was definitely time to party all night long! The adorable duo’s reception at the Sugarland Marriott was a glittery tangerine dream come true, with blush and gold accents at every turn, and lovely invitations created by Customizing Creativity. We’re loving every floral and drape that the mavens at Mandap Creations whipped up for this once in a lifetime soiree, with planning by Electric Karma. Maharani Disha got in on the glamorous action, and her ethereal fuchsia anarkali was stunning and totally unique! The lovebirds know how to have a good time, and we were thrilled to see the two animatedly laughing with joy during their reception program. They wowed their guests with their Bollywood inspired first dance, and the two were spellbinding as they floated and twirled across the dance floor. Soon after, each and every guest swarmed the pristine white dance floor to get down to banging beats by Dhol Beat international  - BJ Josan. Luckily, Biyani Photography was there to capture the magic moments for all of us to relive in the full gallery. We can’t wait to watch the wedding film by Tall Productions. So much color and love bursting from this celebration!

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Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!

On February 21, 2016, Vijay invited me to brunch at Jupiter, one of the places we first had brunch together back in fall of 2014. I was excited because this meant I would get breakfast pizza and mimosas, with a side of Vijay's waffles! So I got dressed in the morning, drove to Sugar Land Town Square. Vijay met me in the parking lot and we walked towards Town Square together, little did I know that our friends were watching us from behind phone booths, with their cameras ready to click pictures. We walked towards Jupiter and I spotted two balloons, but didn't think much of it. It just seemed like there was something going on in the distance … with balloons and roses. Eventually, we made it to a beautiful set-up of 100 roses beautifully trimmed in the shape of a heart, along with two balloons, which some of Vijay's friends had set up that morning. Eventually the people eating at Jupiter and other spectators started staring at us, an unexpected photographer showed up, and Vijay got down on one knee with the most perfect diamond ring (it was so big and shiny and PERFECT!) and asked me to marry him! After I said yes, and continued to stare my ring, we proceeded to have brunch with our friends. It wasn't entirely a lie that we would be having brunch, just with a HUGE SURPRISE before!


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.

The first thing my family and I looked at were venues since I quickly found out that all other vendors require the date and venue before they will give you a quote! We saw around to a few of our favorite places and ended up choosing Sugar Land Marriott Town Square for the ceremony and reception, since that is where Vijay proposed to me and it was a place we had shared many laughs and delicious meals. (We’re both big foodies!) Once we entered the ballroom, we loved the feeling of the mirror accents on the top of the ballroom, the grand foyer space as well as the bridal suite. Town Square is also a lively and colorful area where our guests could roam around just by walking, so it quickly met our expectations. A few weeks after, we hired our wedding planner, Therese Cole-Hubbs from Electric Karma who helped guide us through which vendors would suit my style and what we were looking for. I continued to research photographers, videographers and make-up artists and other vendors by looking at Maharani Wedding features, social media posts, visiting their online portfolios, and then chatting and meeting with a few of the vendors. After doing a few weeks of intense searching, I noticed a trend - I found myself going back to the same vendors!


For the Sangeet, we wanted to pick a location that was close to the ceremony and reception so that guests who were coming out of town didn’t have to travel too far. Our Sangeet was at NOAH’s Event Venue, which was perfect for the number of guests attending, the three different food stations and the large dance floor, along with the different options for lighting.

Picking a decor theme was one of the more difficult things for me. I knew I wanted certain concepts and specific colors with a round mandap, however I didn’t know how to make it all come together. Therese, Dipti and Kanak Uncle from Mandap Creations really helped give my vision some elegance and classiness to make it truly “come together” for our home, Sangeet, Ceremony and Reception decor. Picking Mandap Creations for the décor was a simple decision for us, as we had been to a few other weddings and seen their décor and florals, which was just breath-taking.

A very important detail that often gets overlooked is stationary. Out of the time spent planning this wedding, a large portion of the time was dedicated to wedding invitations and ceremony and reception stationary. Very similar to the other vendors we had, I searched online for days to understand the style, motifs and overall feel of invitation suites. I spoke to many vendors in the States and ended up choosing Customizing Creativity, located in India, for our invitations. I just loved their colorful floral prints which is what I wanted my other stationary to incorporate in as well.

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

We went shopping in Jackson Heights, New York for most of my wedding clothes, along with my family and other family members. For my ceremony though, I always wanted a Bengali traditional sari, which is known as a banarasi sari. We didn’t pay much attention to my sari as we had a lot of gifts to buy, and other clothes and knick-knacks we needed for the ceremony. Towards the end of our stay, we focused on my sari! I mostly looked for sari’s that were bright sindoor red, but yet had some depth to the color, like a classy, yet beautiful red. There were a few sari’s with gems on them, which were considered to be a bit more modern, but there were also ones with traditional golden zari embroidery, which is what I really wanted. For the anchal (pallu), I wanted some heavy golden embroidery. The day before we flew out of New York, we found my perfect sari that was the perfect bright sindoor red. Both of my parents really loved the sari that we ended up choosing, and that was quite important to me.


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

The most enjoyable part of the planning process was all of the food tastings and cake/dessert tastings, because we got to taste so many different from Bombay Brasserie that are usually not on the menu! I think cake tasting is self-explanatory! We went to about 4 different bakeries for cake tastings, but chose Cakes by Gina, because her cakes were delicious, and she had our favorite flavor, tres leches! I also really loved getting to plan the wedding with my parents throughout the year - they were very supportive and involved in the planning process which was very special.


What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?

Many of our family members and family friends told us that they loved being so close to family for a few days. It’s a rare occasion and people were happy that they got to be a part of the celebrations in their fancy attire. The guests also seemed to love the food for the multiple functions – we tried to mix it up by serving Bengali, South Indian, Tex-Mex (our favorite!), Mediterranean, Indo-Chinese, and a different variety of Indian food. This kept the meals interesting and there was something to eat no matter what age you were!


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

Being a Bengali bride, I was brought to the mandap on a piri (wooden board) by my male cousins. I had my eyes covered with paan (betel) leaves, and had a kajal lata and gauch kata, in my left and right hand, respectively. Initially, there was some resistance from my family and others who thought I would not be able to balance myself on the piri and they suggested that I just walk in. But I wasn’t going to back down, especially when Therese told me not to worry about it and that she was going to make it happen! One very special moment that replays in my mind is when I was first picked up on the piri by four of my cousins, Udit, Deb, Satyaki and Aditya who carried me Vijay and the mandap. At this point I had not seen the décor, any of the guests, or Vijay yet, but my eyes were still covered with paan leaves. I tried to not look around much, but I remember feeling like I was in an ethereal garden – I could smell the lovely flowers and took peeks around the room. I vividly remember my cousins carrying me around Vijay 7 times and finally ending with the Shubho Dhristi, which translates to auspicious sight, or the first time I saw Vijay that day. It truly felt like my fairytale came true!


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.

Besides the ceremony, there were five other events. The house was decorated with red, yellow, and orange flowers with beautiful arches and other props to fit the feel of a Bengali marriage. The Ashirbaad, or formal engagement ceremony, was hosted at my house and it had a traditional feel to it. Vijay and I both wore jewel tones with golden embellishments, while I also wore a few pieces of my mom’s jewelry. My mom made lots of traditional Bengali sweets like roshogolla (our favorite!), many types of sandesh, cham cham and some pitha’s. My mom’s friends also brought an assortment of sweet delights in the shape of a fish and butterfly, as those are two auspicious for Bengali weddings. My in-laws had also brought an assortment of Turkish delights and baklava which everyone enjoyed. Many traditional clothes, jewelry and other goodies were exchanged between the two families.


The Gaye Holudh, or Haldi, was held in our backyard. It was a very colorful event full of yellow’s, green’s and reds. It was a very traditional affair where family members applied haldi on Vijay and me separately. The haldi was made by crushing raw turmeric by married women before we entered. For the food, we served a Mediterranean lunch which everyone said they really enjoyed! Overall, this was a very fun event.

The Sangeet was held at NOAH’s Event Venue which was perfect as it was close to our ceremony venue and perfect for our needs. We served the food in one of the rooms, we served drinks in another and the program went on in the main room. We had three food stations – Bengali (since I’m Bengali!), South Indian (Vijay is Tamil!), and Indo-Chinese, which is one of our favorites to have together. Many of the children had a blast with the live dosa and uttapam stations. We served Limca and Thumbs Up for our drinks and had Indian ice cream for desserts. The Sangeet was Bollywood theme, with pinks and purples, and each table was named after Bollywood movies Vijay and I had seen together. We played some games during the night and had lots of great dances and performances by family and friends!

The Dodhi Mongol was performed at midnight the day of the wedding. I was fed my last meal, mishti doi (sweet yogurt) and khoi (puffed rice) until the wedding ceremony is completed. My mom adorned my hands with traditional bangles known as shaka (white bangle) and pola (red bangle), traditionally made from conch shells. The bangles are an aesthetic Bengali symbol of marriage and are traditionally worn by the bride throughout her life. Only close family members attended this event.

The reception colors were blush, coral, nudes, golden with greens from the ivy. I wore an orchid colored dress with golden embellishments. Our bridal party performed two beautiful dances for us on our customized dance floor! The bridesmaid’s performed a beautiful Bollywood medley to songs that were about me. Like Drama Queen! The groomsmen reenacted how we met through a personalized skit and songs, which was quite great. As for other details, we also had signature cocktails, personalized cocktail napkins and other personalized floral stationary, and chaat stations during cocktail hour along with other appetizers. Our delicious reception food was catered from Narin’s Bombay Brasserie. Also, my personal favorite was our dessert bar! There were traditional Indian desserts, like rasmalai and mango mousse as well as a macaron tower, fruit skewers, and our wedding cake from Cakes by Gina! (best cake ever!) Towards the end of the night, we had a sparkler exit with our closest friends and family and then we danced the night away!

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

While picking your vendors, pay attention to the vendors you keep looking at. For example, I found myself looking at Biyani’s picture over and over again – I knew I had to have him for my wedding. Don’t overthink your decisions on any vendors, especially after you have made a decision! It’s never too early to start working on your stationary – give yourself time to create, edit and modify. Lastly, enjoy the planning process, it will get frustrating at times, but it is all worth it at the end of the day. On the day of your wedding, try to have as much fun as possible – I did and I’m so glad that I did! Good Luck to all of you future brides our there! :)

So lovely, right? Have a great day Maharanis!

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Planning & Design: Electric Karma International | Cinematography: Tall Productions | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Customizing Creativity | DJ: Dhol Beat International | Floral & Decor: Mandap Creations | Photography: Biyani Photography | Event Designer: Mandap Creations | Lighting: Dhol Beat International | Planning & Design: Mandap Creations | Event Designer: Electric Karma International | Mehndi Artists: Ashus Henna Art | Sangeet Venue: NOAH's Event Venue - Sugar Land | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Sugar Land Marriott Town Square | Hair & Makeup: Blush and Glow | Catering: Bombay Brasserie | Cakes: Cakes by Jina | Rentals: One-Stop Party Rentals | Macaroons for the Reception: Mon Cheri Macaroons | Sweets During Ceremony: Bombay Sweets |


Houston, TX Indian Wedding by Biyani Photography

We’ve finally arrived at the moment Maharani Disha and her Raja Vijay say “I do!” Not a single detail was overlooked at this vibrant Indian ceremony, with a majestic mandap that was draped in rich fabrics and stunning uplighting standing proudly in the center of the Sugarland Marriott venue. Hats off to Mandap Creations for transforming the space into a royal Indian palace! And kudos to Electric Karma for pulling off so many planning and design duties. Every element of this wedding gave us visions of our favorite Bollywood flicks since it was filled to the brim with Desi flair and dazzle. The bride and groom had a heartfelt ceremony that was rife with rich traditions and meaning. We love all the precious details included in this wedding, such as the gorg invitations and stationery by Customizing Creativity. After taking their final vows, the elated duo bounded off the stage, thrilled to finally be Mr. and Mrs. Tall Productions took lovely video footage, while Biyani Photography captured tons of emotional snaps that you can relive in our full gallery!

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Reception action (with entertainment by Dhol Beat international  - DJ Josan) coming up next!

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Planning & Design: Electric Karma International | Cinematography: Tall Productions | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Customizing Creativity | DJ: Dhol Beat International | Floral & Decor: Mandap Creations | Photography: Biyani Photography | Event Designer: Mandap Creations | Lighting: Dhol Beat International | Planning & Design: Mandap Creations | Event Designer: Electric Karma International | Mehndi Artists: Ashus Henna Art | Sangeet Venue: NOAH's Event Venue - Sugar Land | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Sugar Land Marriott Town Square | Hair & Makeup: Blush and Glow | Catering: Bombay Brasserie | Cakes: Cakes by Jina | Rentals: One-Stop Party Rentals | Macaroons for the Reception: Mon Cheri Macaroons | Sweets During Ceremony: Bombay Sweets |


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