Happy day, Maharanis! I have a delightful portrait post for you here, featuring some amazing wedding day fashion. This doll of a bride poses for Jashim Jalal Studios in her ceremony and reception looks, and both dresses are jaw-droppingly gorgeous. The photographer snapped up some of the most detailed and striking shots of our bride and I'm super excited we get to share them with you! Her hair and makeup by Kanwal Batool are absolutely flawless and divine. Both day and night looks highlight this princess' true beauty to the extreme. I can't wait for you gals to see the phenomenal floral and decor set up by Design House Decor at our bride's glamorous reception. Until then, check out even more fashionably inspiring shots of this Maharani in the gallery

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The bride on meeting her groom:

"Sanju and I met 6 years ago, when I was in college, through a mutual friend. There was just this natural sense of ease that I felt when I was around him. He was so genuine and honest about everything. It was refreshing to find someone who appreciated the little things in life and wasn't afraid to admit his flaws. We shared similar values and goals for what we wanted our future to look like. It didn't take long for us to realize that not only were we in love, but we wanted to spend the rest of our lives together."

On the proposal:

"Sanju proposed to me in Las Vegas, the night before we were off to see the Grand Canyon. His proposal did not go according to what he had planned originally, but to me it was perfect =). The impromptu, imperfect (in his eyes) proposal confirmed exactly why I fell in love with him in the first place."

On her hair and makeup:

"When it came to hair and makeup, I left the artistic expertise to the lovely and talented Kanwal Batool. Her work is just amazing, and I knew I did not even have to research ideas or come up with a plan on what I want to look like on my big day, because you can always expect that she will deliver beautiful results and make you feel like a princess."

Stick around for some major after party inspiration coming up next!

STYLE
GUIDE
style
Traditional
Mehndi
season
Summer
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Hair & Makeup: Kanwal Batool | Photography: Jashim Jalal Studios | Venues: Renaissance Woodbridge HotelPhotobooth: ILight Photobooth | DJs & Entertainment: B4U DJs |