City, State for US weddings.
Country for International Weddings.
40-100 COLOR images that you feel best tell the story of the wedding, mehndi, sangeet, etc. Images should be sent as zip file formatted to 600 pixels across.
We use images to tell a unique story that represents the unique couple. Candid, color photos get the most response on our blog. We love to see the details (ie…jewelry, sweets, saris, programs, florals, etc.) and these shots are pivotal in our decision making process. Also include pictures of the bride and groom, as well as, overall Indian wedding style.
Maharaniweddings.com watermarks all images in house. Please type EXACTLY how you would like your name to appear. Please note : once the images are watermarked and published, we cannot go back and change them.
Please list all applicable vendors that need to be credited. We must have a cinematography credit,sorry no exceptions. Unfortunately, if a vendor is not credited up front, we will not be unable to go back and add the credit.
We love hearing from the couple and the ways the details of the wedding (and other functions) came together. This helps tell the intimate, unique story of the couple.
Maharaniweddings.com only features fresh, originial content. We do not feature weddings that have already been published online, print, or any other media outlet.
If you threw a delightfully elegant wedding on a budget, we would love to see how your creativity and hard work made it fabulous! We welcome any money saving tips that you would like to share.
In the opulent tradition of hira mothi…diamonds & pearls…If your day was fit for a *Maharani* we want to see your lavish customary display…. stunning mandaps, dazzling baarat entries, artistic Mehndi designs…
Was your wedding split between two sets of customs? If so, we want to see it! These weddings usually have the most attention to detail, so whether it is the mixture of North/South Indian traditions or a Catholic meets Hindu ceremony….we invite you to share how you made it happen with us!
Did you grab your fiancee, friends & family and jet off to an exotic location? We would love to hear about your Indian wedding adventure!