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New York City, NY, Indian Wedding by Charmi Peña Photography

A wedding so rich in color and detail almost always foreshadows an equally phenomenal reception, and with Charmi Pena Photography to cover it all, we knew we were in for a visual treat! Nirupama and Athmeya’s reception was hosted at the NYU Rosenthal Pavilion, that overlooks Washington Square and offers stunning Fifth Avenue skyline views. Believe us when we say that purple lighting has never looked this good! Three Notch Floral designers Cara and Kate's expertise with decor clearly did the magic. The artistic tablescape featured lovely red roses and purple blossoms in antique gold vases with floral inspired centerpieces. Athmeya paired his striking blue suit with a pink tie that matched Nirupama’s ornate pink reception lehenga by Aneesh Aggarwal, from Aza Fashions. Bridal Gal styled Nirupama’s hair in a loose side knot, adorned with pearl strings that were an extension of our Maharani’s earrings. From the looks of it, DJ Shilpa entertained the guests through and through, and succulent Indian cuisine from Bhatti Grill, Kitchen3N's cake kept the guests satiated. Check out their gallery that is brimming with vibrancy! 

 

 

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We love writing about weddings as much as you love reading about them, and you will not be disappointed with what we have in store for you! Come back tomorrow for a generous dose of wedding resplendence! 

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Photography: Charmi Pena Photography | Hair & Makeup: BridalGal | Mehndi Artists: Mehndikalogie | Live Music: Arun Ramamurthy | Venue (Ceremony): NYU Kimmel Center | Venue (Reception): NYU Rosenthal Pavilion | Catering: Bhatti Indian Grill | DJ: DJ Shilpa | Cakes & Treats: Kitchen3N | Floral & Decor: Wedding Design | Bridal Fashion: Aneesh Aggarwal | Floral & Décor: Three Notch Florals (Cara & Kate) | Centerpieces/Sweetheart Stage |


New York City, NY, Indian Wedding by Charmi Peña Photography

Nirupama and Athmeya’s contemporary Indian wedding in the heart of New York City is the embodiment of elegance and a modern flair! Charmi Peña Photography truly made the entire event come alive by capturing all the stunning details and the color galore. Arun Ramamurthy and his team of musicians, Jay Gandhi, and Ehron Hansen, set an ethnic tone to the ceremony with their melodious classical live music, and Bhatti Indian Grill’s flavorful mix of South Indian and North Indian cuisine elevated the traditional vibe. “They designed an incredible menu for us with interesting and unusual takes on traditional Indian foods”, recalled Nirupama. It was one thing to see this Maharani walk down in her embellished fuchsia Kanjeevaram sari draped by Karen from Bridal Gal, but it was her choice of jewelry that really warmed our hearts. “For the ceremony, I wore my grandmother’s gold necklace that my mother wore at her wedding, and my other grandmother’s earrings,” said Nirupama, who “loved putting together the ceremony look because each piece had such sentimental significance.” Mehndikalogie’s intricate henna design coupled with shimmer and refined makeup by Bridal Gal's Lilly Rivera enhanced Nirupama’s bridal look. Athmeya’s mustard yellow kurta was equal parts traditional and contemporary. Scroll through Nirupama and Athmeya’s gallery and you’ll be convinced that the decorator, Ravi Verma wrote a book on fusing tradition and modernity! 

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This beautiful couple prioritized their guests above everything (you go #Pamameya!) According to Nirupama, DJ Shilpa’s groovy beats kept their guests dancing all night at the reception, a gold and purple spectacle that we will cover in detail in our next post! 

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Photography: Charmi Pena Photography | Hair & Makeup: BridalGal | Mehndi Artists: Mehndikalogie | Live Music: Arun Ramamurthy | Venue (Ceremony): NYU Kimmel Center | Venue (Reception): NYU Rosenthal Pavilion | Catering: Bhatti Indian Grill | DJ: DJ Shilpa | Cakes & Treats: Kitchen3N | Floral & Decor: Wedding Design | Bridal Fashion: Aneesh Aggarwal | Floral & Décor: Three Notch Florals (Cara & Kate) | Centerpieces/Sweetheart Stage |


New York City, NY, Indian Wedding by Charmi Peña Photography

New York City weddings always come with an unparalleled charm, so Nirupama and Athmeya’s wedding was right up our alley for so many reasons, we don’t know where to begin! Off late, we’ve been swooning over the idea of a wedding festooned in rich, striking colors (we blame Fall!), so when we saw Nirupama and Athmeya’s nuptial photos, particularly the customary getting-ready shots, we fell in love and we fell hard! Charmi Peña Photography’s meticulous shots were a visual feast! The fresh Jasmine flowers adorned on top of Nirupama’s long braid were simply delightful. Nirupama and her bridesmaids were dressed in pink and purple Kanjeevaram saris respectively, draped by Karen from Bridal Gal, and they toasted to the bride right before she walked down the aisle at NYU Kimmel Center. Nirupama’s heirloom jewelry included a traditional waist belt, an arm cuff, and a full necklace set. We lost our hearts to the cozy, first-look photos of the couple; Athmeya’s mustard yellow raw silk kurta perfectly contrasted the bride’s ensemble and the greenery. Although Nirupama didn’t have a lucid idea about the overall look, she “knew (she) wanted to have a traditional look with bright colors.” NYU Kimmel Center seemed like the perfect setting for what Nirupama had in mind. Ravi Verma of Wedding Design expertly translated her vision into a splendid mandap with orange and red flowers, gold accents, and antique gold temple bells, set against luxurious purple drapes. Check out their gallery that simply oozes regal elegance.

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Congratulations to the lovely couple! In the next post, we’ll spill the beans on the entire ceremony so swing by to revel in this blend of tradition and modernity. 

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Photography: Charmi Pena Photography | Hair & Makeup: BridalGal | Mehndi Artists: Mehndikalogie | Live Music: Arun Ramamurthy | Venue (Ceremony): NYU Kimmel Center | Venue (Reception): NYU Rosenthal Pavilion | Catering: Bhatti Indian Grill | DJ: DJ Shilpa | Cakes & Treats: Kitchen3N | Floral & Decor: Wedding Design | Bridal Fashion: Aneesh Aggarwal | Floral & Décor: Three Notch Florals (Cara & Kate) | Centerpieces/Sweetheart Stage |


Long Beach, CA Indian Wedding by RANDERYimagery

When hair and makeup artist, Dolled up by Lulu, and RANDERYimagery team up for a morning of getting ready with a bride-to-be, you can always count on flawless and fabulous highlights — and that's exactly what we're getting from today's Indian bride's morning-of! She and her beauty expert are putting the finishing touches on her ceremony look — a fantastic fuchsia wedding saree with gold details and stunning set of gold jewelry — and she's looking picture perfect from top to bottom. Her South Indian bridal hairstyle is a soft and contemporary twist on the traditional with a fragrant floral touch of fresh jasmine. Planning Elegance is getting ready to deliver an out-of-this world, open-air ceremony at the Hyatt Regency Long Beach for her and the Raja of her dreams, but before we dive into any of those highlights, make sure to head into the complete gallery for more jewelry and makeup details from today's blushing bride!

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I'll meet you back here in a bit for first look moments and an outdoor ceremony you don't want to miss!

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DJ: Special Occasions DJ & Lighting | Floral & Decor: 2Create Designs | Hair & Makeup: Dolled up by Lulu | Photography: RANDERYimagery | Planning & Design: Planning Elegance | Cinematography: Avec Lumiere Productions | Venue: Hyatt Regency Long Beach | Lighting: Special Occasions DJ & Lighting | Baraat Dholi & Mobile DJ: Special Occasions DJ & Lighting |


Columbus, OH Indian Fusion Wedding by Style & Story Creative

Caitlin and Srikanth are on their way to the mandap to tie the knot, and Style & Story Creative has captured every impressive moment from the Indian groom's baraat to the newlyweds' portraits in beautiful detail. Joie de Vivre Events planned this fabulous Indian fusion event at the Hilton Columbus Downtown, and we are head over heels for the main event's extraordinary highlights! Maharani Caitlin arrived in her vibrant saffron-colored bridal sari and was presented with an elegant cream, burgundy, green and gold one to say I do in, and she looked phenomenal in both. These heart-skipping highlights from her and Raja Sri's South Indian ceremony are too stunning to handle, and that wedding portrait of them is a true delight! In just a bit, we'll be rolling out the details of the happy couple's reception, where the bride is set to steal your heart in a Sahil Exclusive lengha! Revel in even more of these breathtaking ceremony moments in the gallery before we dive into those celebratory details!

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Maharani Caitlin, on her wedding style:

"I started out thinking I wanted a coral mandap and gold accents. It turns out there are a million shades of coral. With lots of guidance from our decorator, we agreed on a peach/gold/white palette. The color I actually loved was peach."

On what she enjoyed most about planning her Desi dream wedding:

"My husband did 75% of the hard work and he let me do all the fun tasks!"

On help from family and friends:

"Our aunties, uncles, and family friends came together and made sure everything went smoothly and that all of the parts of the wedding were done properly. I don't know how anyone would have a wedding like this without at least eight aunties in the background handing the priest what he needs and helping me change clothes and jewelry."

We're not done with these lovebirds yet, my dears! Caitlin and Sri hit the dance floor at their reception, next!

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Planning & Design: Joie de Vivre Events | Bridal Fashions: Sahil Exclusive | Photography: Style & Story Creative | Floral & Decor: Impressive Occasions | Venue: Hilton Columbus Downtown | Mehndi Artist: HennaMe | Cinematography: Style & Story Creative | Catering: Dakshin | DJ: Masala Entertainment |


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