Today's nuptials take place in NOLA where Brian K Crain Photography + Cinema is behind the scenes as Maharani Jayshree is lavish in lavender while she shares some special moments with her Raja before their Indian fusion wedding. With their jai malas exchanged and "I do's" sealed with a kiss, these newlyweds are walking on sunshine as they parade through the streets of the Big Easy, neverminding the rain. So fun and carefree! I could totally get behind these two. At the intimate reception, our bride is a beauty in her baby pink ball gown. With a brass band livening up the night, these lovebirds are so in love in the "Paris of the South." Check out all the romance at the gallery!

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From the bride: "The best part of the planning process was envisioning how much fun our family and friends were going to have in the city that we fell in love with—New Orleans. Many had not visited the city but shared our love for good food, drinks, history, and music. It was a joy to share that life experience with our closest family and friends—and now we have that memory for many years to come."

Take it "easy," Maharanis! I'll see you tomorrow!

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Venues: Le Foret New Orleans | Cinematography: Bride Film | Floral & Decor: Joie De Vivre Floral | Catering: Le Foret New Orleans | DJs & Entertainment: Shotgun Jazz BandMehndi: Saira Mohiuddin |