Rise and shine, Maharanis! I hope you are ready for some wedding magic because RANDERYimagery and AAcreation Photography & Cinematography are behind the scenes bringing us the best of the best! Our bride-to-be is effortlessly chic on her big day with a perfect bridal look styled by Dolled up by Lulu and gorgeous mehndi designs thanks to Henna San Diego. She meets with her Raja moments before the ceremony to have a first look portrait session and love is totally in the air! Their bubbly bridal party joins in on the fun and then it's off the the venue where this lovebirds get hitched in a super sweet ceremony. I love the bride's peek-a-boo "I do" on the bottoms of her heels! She sure is stepping into happily ever after in style! I'll catch ya at the gallery before Special Occasions DJ & Lighting gets the party started at the reception!
From the bride, on her wedding style:
"I was never a girl that really knew exactly how her wedding would look, but planning the wedding became overwhelming very fast. Lucky for me my husband has a keen eye for decor and colors and clothing. He was so supportive and amazing through it all. He and I together decided on an acrylic theme and we let the colors reflect the outfits we chose together in India.
I had seen a few outfits and styles I like on Pinterest, but my ideas changed once I was in India. I have always been decisive about what I do and don't like very quickly. I was able to shop for and finalize all 5 of my outfits in about 5 hours. I went to Aso Palav in Ahmedabad. I was able to pick fairly quickly what I wanted with the help of my mom and mother-in-law. From there we were able to Facetime Krunal and make decisions together and custom make his outfits as well."
On a favorite moment:
"My favorite part of our wedding weekend has to be the actual wedding ceremony. Looking back I feel as if we had so much fun during the ceremony itself. We both were so relaxed and in the moment. We were able to take in the entire ceremony and really enjoy this special moment. I remember one point in particular, when our siblings pulled the antarpat down (the sheet between us in the beginning of the ceremony). He had this look of such excitement and joy."
Stay tuned for the reception!