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Grand Cayman Indian Destination Wedding by Rebecca Davidson Photography

Look at these pristine pre-wedding portraits of this perfect pair, thanks to the phenomenal work of Rebecca Davidson Photography, with her right-hand man, Mark Anthony Chen! The bridal fashions are breathtaking! The bridal sari is stunning and draped in vivid colors! The pink reception lengha is delicate and dainty, and all the more sensational! The maharani's raja looks handsome in both his traditional and Western attire! And finally, the island is out of this world! All I can say is, wow, what a gorgeous place to get your wedding images taken! I am so completely smitten with the lush beaches of the Cayman Islands. Where else does the sand look so perfect that you can almost feel it underneath your toes? Grand Cayman is at the top of my "to-do" list, wouldn't you agree Maharanis?! One thing's for sure, this gallery is a must-see!

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Pics from the ceremony are coming up!

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Photography: Rebecca Davidson Photography | Photography: Mark Anthony Chen | Planner / Venue: The Ritz Carlton Grand Cayman on The Great Lawn | Florist: Debra Kettler | Reception Coordinator: Rebecca Bateman with Parfait | Reception Venue: Sunset Bay | Catering: Mise en Place | DJ: DJ Craig of One World | DJ: DJ Preston at Tiki Beach | Hair & Makeup: Vanity Hair & Nail | Decor: Parfait | Rentals: A.I. Rentals | Henna: Shilpa Tagalpallewar


New York, NY Indian Wedding by Jay Seth Photography

Here are some spectacular shots from the New York Indian wedding by Jay Seth Photography and NewYorkFilmworks. These lovebirds could not look more in love as they become man and wife! The mandap is so regal! Elegant Affairs Inc does an amazing job with the wedding decor! The day goes off without a hitch, thanks to the planning & design of Sonal J. Shah Event Consultants. This gallery has it all! 

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From the bride, on the wedding style:

"I really wanted a ROYAL wedding...that was the inspiration."

Reception photos are still ahead!

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Planning & Design: Sonal J. Shah Event Consultants | Floral & Decor: Elegant Affairs Inc. | Cinematography: NewYorkFilmworks | Photography: Jay Seth Photography | New York: The Pierre | DJ: DJ Suhel | Cakes & Treats: Sylvia Weinstock Cakes | Lighting: Frost Lighting | Hair & Makeup: Studio Sush | Bridal Jewelry: Amrita Singh | Bridal Fashions: Sabyasachi | Panditji: Prabhakar Sharma


New York, NY Indian Wedding by Jay Seth Photography

Alright, my lovelies, it's time to feast your eyes on some pristine portraits of this twinkling twosome, courtesy of Jay Seth Photography and NewYorkFilmworks. These pictures look too good to be true! I mean, the bride and groom look like royalty as they pose in such a serene outdoor setting, am I right?! Sonal J. Shah Event Consultants and Elegant Affairs Inc. help to make their dream wedding a reality! This gallery is a must-see! 

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From the bride, on what she enjoyed most during the planning process:

"The SHOPPING!!!"

On help from family & friends:

"Yes they performed songs/dances at the Mehndi [ceremony]."

Ceremony pics are next!

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Planning & Design: Sonal J. Shah Event Consultants | Floral & Decor: Elegant Affairs Inc. | Cinematography: NewYorkFilmworks | Photography: Jay Seth Photography | New York: The Pierre | DJ: DJ Suhel | Cakes & Treats: Sylvia Weinstock Cakes | Lighting: Frost Lighting | Hair & Makeup: Studio Sush | Bridal Jewelry: Amrita Singh | Bridal Fashions: Sabyasachi | Panditji: Prabhakar Sharma


New York, NY Indian Wedding by Jay Seth Photography

Dear Maharanis, let's start this week off right with a beautiful collection of images from a New York wedding by Jay Seth Photography and NewYorkFilmworks. The big day is meticulously coordinated by Sonal J. Shah Event Consultants and gorgeously decorated by Elegant Affairs Inc.. But before we get to all that, let's check out the getting ready process first! This blinged-out bride not only knows great fashion but also breathtaking bridal jewelry. In fact, the jewels she has on are all from her own collection! Thats right ladies, she's a jewelry designer! See it all in the gallery!

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From the bride, on how she met her groom:

"I met him in 2008 at the MOMA, NYC. I knew he was the one 2 years into the relationship."

On the proposal:

"He proposed to me in Bordeaux, France. He is in the wine business and his wines are produced in the region. It was so unexpected and romantic. He really went all out to make it special."

On the lenghas:

"I went straight to Sabyasachi- he did my complete trousseau."

On the jewelry:

"The jewelry is all from my own Maharaja collection. Some pieces are vintage Nizaam that date back to the 18th century."

That's amazing! Pre-wedding portraits are coming up!

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Planning & Design: Sonal J. Shah Event Consultants | Floral & Decor: Elegant Affairs Inc. | Cinematography: NewYorkFilmworks | Photography: Jay Seth Photography | New York: The Pierre | DJ: DJ Suhel | Cakes & Treats: Sylvia Weinstock Cakes | Lighting: Frost Lighting | Hair & Makeup: Studio Sush | Bridal Jewelry: Amrita Singh | Bridal Fashions: Sabyasachi | Panditji: Prabhakar Sharma


Warwick, RI Indian Wedding by Salwa Photography

Good day, ladies! Do I have one amazing wedding for you girls today! Salwa Photography sent over some of the most stunning images from Maharani BIjal's wedding. So many in fact, that I had such a difficult time choosing which ones to use in today's posts. There were just too many amazing ones to select from! Planning and design guru, Sonal J. Shah Event Consultants, definitely played a hand in my dilemma because you can't have amazing images without amazing visuals, and wait until you see the out-of-this world floral designs by Design House Decor at this event. Before we jump into all that fabulousness, check out our bride getting ready for her wedding portraits, and ultimately her ceremony, in these eye-catching photos. What a gorgeous bride, right? Check out some of the pre-wedding partying that went down at our bride's garba in the gallery.

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The bride on her groom's romantic proposal:

"The Beginning of our Happily Ever After...On Friday, I came home from work and thought I was going out to dinner in Providence with my parents and my sister, Hinal, at this new restaurant near the water called Jacky's. Hinal tried to get me to “look nice” and put on make-up (haha) so we could take pictures…but I was lazy and didn’t put on make-up. I said “whatever, it’s just dinner – I don’t have to dress up that much for it.” Little did I know…My Dad said he needed to meet us at dinner after because he also had to go to a friend’s birthday dinner at another restaurant in Providence (meanwhile, he was with Amish driving him to Providence, near the restaurant). When we got there, me, my Mom and Hinal started walking to the restaurant, which is right near the water and the bridge in Providence. We had to go down some steps…there was no one there! Then I saw a random man standing behind this pillar looking out onto the water (I only saw his back, couldn’t see his face). I was scared because it was dark outside and it was just us three girls – I thought "this guy looks shady and he might have a knife or a gun." Just as I was about to tell my Mom and Hinal to turn around and that we should walk another way, the man turned around and it was Amish!

I was sooo beyond shocked! Back story – we see each other once a month and I had just seen him two weeks ago, so I wasn’t expecting to see him until April! I walked over and he gave me a hug and we started walking towards the center of the bridge. My Dad, Mom and Hinal went off and disappeared (Hinal took pictures of this from behind a tree or something). I honestly don’t even remember the words we exchanged because I was still in shock mode – I obviously put two and two together and figured out why he was here and surprising me. Though, at some point, in the middle of all that, I did say “What are you doing here?!” And he goes “What do you think I’m doing here?” and laughed. We walked a little bit towards the center of the bridge and that’s where he got down on one knee and popped the question! It was cold outside so I had gloves on and after I said yes, I was like “wait, let me take my gloves off” – and then he put the ring on my finger. I was so excited and happy, I didn’t even look at the ring but just wanted to give him a great big hug! I couldn’t help it but I had tears in my eyes (which I never imagined I would – I knew I would be super excited but didn’t think I would ever cry). Then after, my parents and Hinal came back out and we took some pictures. Then we all went to get a drink at The Water Place restaurant. That’s when I realized I hadn’t even seen the beautiful ring Amish gave to me and saw it for the first time."

I have some spectacular details from the wedding ceremony on the way, so make sure to check back again soon!

 

 

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Planning & Design: Sonal J. Shah Event Consultants | Floral & Decor: Design House Decor | Photography: Salwa Photography | Venue: Crowne Plaza Hotel Warwick | Catering: Raman Bhairson Catering | DJ: DJ Gaurav | Hair & Makeup: Sonia Collection | Mendhi Artist: Henna Sue | Cakes & Treats: Sin Desserts | Cakes & Treats: Scialo's Bakery | Floral & Decor: Golden Gate Studios


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