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Richmond Hill, NY Indian Wedding by MaxPhoto NY

Welcome back Maharanis! We're ending the week with Chandani and Mahesh’s exquisite New York shaadi details. The collection of reception images by MaxPhoto NY will surely take your breath away! Blushing bride Chandani slipped out of her ornate Indian lehenga into an ethereal white wedding gown from Best Total Wedding Plaza. The couple then posed together for a spellbinding portrait session. Beauty by Tamanna created another goddess-esque beauty look for Chandani, while Henna by Yukti worked her magnificent mehndi magic on our Maharani. When the newlyweds finally sashayed into the Golden Terrace reception hall, guests stood up and cheered in happiness. The ballroom was every bride’s dream come true, decked out in giant purple blooms, dreamy draping, and romantic uplighting. The romance cranked up a notch when the couple performed their first dance, followed by lovely speeches toasting the lovebirds on their new journey together. After a delicious dinner, the vibe shifted from sweet romance to utter chaos, as the couple and their guests swarmed the dance floor all night long! Maharanis, the full gallery by MaxPhoto NY contains all the action packed shots, so take a gander!

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Have a fabulous weekend Maharanis!

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Photography: MaxPhoto NY | Cinematography: MaxPhoto NY | Photo Booths: MaxPhoto NY | Ceremony Venue: Maha Lakshmi Mandir | Reception Venue: Golden Terrace | Planning & Design: Bride | Floral & Decor: Elegant Floral Designs | Hair & Makeup: BeautybyTamanna | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: Natraj Center for the Performing Arts | Bridal Fashions: Lotus Bazaar | White Wedding Gown: Best Total Wedding Plaza | Cake & Treats: CakesbyStefania | Mehndi Artist: Henna by Yukti | Transportation: Sal's Limo |


South Richmond Hill, NY Indian Wedding by MaxPhoto NY

Happy Friday Maharanis! Today's gorgeous bride and groom held their ceremony at the grand Maha Lakshmi Mandir and their reception at the chic Golden Terrace. The pics by MaxPhoto NY are captivating and we are swooning over each luxurious portrait. We love that the couple (who are high school sweethearts!) chose such a traditional wedding venue. The space highlighted the Hindu history and culture that was such an important part of their sentimental ceremony. Maharani Chandani was picture perfect in her yellow and red wedding lenghas from Lotus Bazaar, with glamorous hair and makeup details by Beauty by Tamanna that really shone through in every frame. She was a total bombshell! Meanwhile, Mahesh was a real life Prince in his ornately embroidered ensemble that contained gorg pops of cerulean blue. We can't wait for you to see the stunning reception moments from this adorable duo's shaadi because Elegant Floral Designs knocked it out of the park with their dream wedding decor details. While you're waiting, hop into the complete gallery for all the stunning moments from Chandani and Mahesh’s amazing affair!

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We'll be back in a breeze Maharanis!

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Photography: MaxPhoto NY | Cinematography: MaxPhoto NY | Photo Booths: MaxPhoto NY | Ceremony Venue: Maha Lakshmi Mandir | Reception Venue: Golden Terrace | Planning & Design: Bride | Floral & Decor: Elegant Floral Designs | Hair & Makeup: BeautybyTamanna | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: Natraj Center for the Performing Arts | Bridal Fashions: Lotus Bazaar | White Wedding Gown: Best Total Wedding Plaza | Cake & Treats: CakesbyStefania | Mehndi Artist: Henna by Yukti | Transportation: Sal's Limo |


Vienna, VA South Asian Wedding by Mary Sandoval Photography

We’re back with all of Huma and Sayeed’s reception details. Following the loving ceremony, guests toasted the newlyweds during the cocktail hour. The space was decked out in twinkling lights and colorful florals thanks to the floral and decor team from Sarah Khan Events and event coordination by Katie Wannen - The Plannery. Afterwards, Huma, Sayeed, and their guests were ready to kick back and get the party started! DynastyAV brought the banging beats, and the lovebirds performed their first dance to a medley of songs, including “You’re Just Too Good To Be True” and Michael Jackson’s “Bad.” We love how much fun they’re having in the pics! After a feisty dance party that went on into the wee hours of the morning, Huma and Sayeed snuck off for some last photos (and a bit of romantic alone time) at Meadowlark Botanical Gardens’ Winter Walk of Lights. Maharani Huma’s embellished gown and dewy makeup by Make-up by Sonia I sparkled under the lovely lights. Such a delightful wedding from beginning to end. Hurry over to the complete gallery by Mary Sandoval Photography for more winter wedding inspiration!

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Have a wonderful Thursday Maharanis! We'll see you tomorrow morning! 

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Hair & Makeup: Make-up by Sonia I | DJ: DynastyAV | Venue: Meadowlark Botanical Gardens | Coordinator: Katie Wannen - The Plannery | Floral & Decor: Sarah Khan Events | Catering: Akmal's Kitchen | Dessert: Xpo Cafe | Mehndi Artist: Henna Harmony | Staffing: C&G Catering | Photographer: Mary Sandoval Photography |


Vienna, VA South Asian Wedding by Mary Sandoval Photography

Huma and Sayeed’s festive and charming wedding was a treat! The winter wonderland bash was photographed by Mary Sandoval Photography, and we’re loving the rich colors and romance that infused every part of the event at Meadowlark Botanical Gardens. After adorning themselves in lux fashions, Hum and Sayeed had an adorable first look. Maharani Huma was radiant in her red and champagne gown with beauty styling by Make-up by Sonia I. We’re loving the accessories that they incorporated within the pics, and can’t get over Huma’s sneakers peeking out from under her gown. Such a playful detail in these uber glam photos! The couple’s ceremony took place indoors, in a space decked out with whimsical details and twinkling fairy lights. Our jaws dropped when we caught sight of the lush floral arch designed by Sarah Khan Events. The ceremony went off without a hitch and was meaningful and full of blessings from their nearest and dearest. In our next post, we’ll take you into Huma and Sayeed’s reception party (with DJ duties by DynastyAV), so hurry back soon. In the meantime, feel free to peruse the complete gallery by Mary Sandoval Photography.

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We'll be back in a flash with all the reception deets!

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Hair & Makeup: Make-up by Sonia I | DJ: DynastyAV | Venue: Meadowlark Botanical Gardens | Coordinator: Katie Wannen - The Plannery | Floral & Decor: Sarah Khan Events | Catering: Akmal's Kitchen | Dessert: Xpo Cafe | Mehndi Artist: Henna Harmony | Staffing: C&G Catering | Photographer: Mary Sandoval Photography |


Pittsburgh, PA Indian Fusion Wedding by Jorge Santiago Photography

During Preethi and Ben’s charming reception event, guests were delighted by all the event’s personal touches! To honor Ben’s Japanese background, Preethi adorned the Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.  Reception space with 1,000 paper cranes that she folded herself. This creative bride also laser cut the table numbers and had a friend illustrate the program booklets. These thoughtful touches made such an impact, and were a great way to reflect the couple's personality. For other planning and design duties, Divine Celebrations & Events were brought in to make sure no stone was left unturned. Preethi and Ben kicked off the reception with their lovely first dance performed to a mix of songs, including “Hymn for the Weekend” by Coldplay, “I Can’t Feel My Face” by the Weeknd, and “Kabar Nahi” from Dostana. We love it when Eastern and Western songs are fused - Always a crowd pleaser! Preethi and Ben left the reception in a shower of sparklers, photographed beautifully by Jorge Santiago Photography. This celebration was full of lots of adorable details and crafty inspiration, so hurry and peruse the full gallery!

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Have a wonderful Wednesday Maharanis!

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Planning & Design: Divine Celebrations & Events | Photography: Jorge Santiago Photography | Cinematography: Trillium Wedding Films | Venue (Sangeet): Smallman Galley | Ceremony Venue: Phipps Conservatory Outdoor Garden | Reception Venue: Phipps Conservatory Tropical Forest & Special Events Hall | Floral & Decor: Fragile Paradise Florist | Hair & Makeup: Angelina Mascarenhas at Flawless Bridal Beauty | Catering: The Taj Mahal Inc | Cake & Treats: The Taj Mahal Inc | DJ: DJ Nameless | Event Designer: Fragile Paradise Florist | Photo Booths: Fragile Paradise Florist | Linens: Lendable Linens | Lighting: EF Lighting | Mehndi Artists: Kadambari Arts | Rentals: Peacock Creations Event Design | Suits: Hugo Boss | Bride’s Sari & Bridesmaids’ Saris: Kumaran Silks |


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