It's time to see these lovebirds celebrate their big day in style, thanks to the amazing work of Photographick Studios and Project Bride DC! Mandaps By Dhoom does decor!  See it all for yourself in the  gallery!

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From the bride, on the wedding style:

"I wanted it to be simple and elegant. I love how the use of color can make a room look very rich yet elegant without the need for tons of crystals or gold. Accordingly, I wanted the colors to be deep and rich, and we both liked the combination of teal and purple."

On the lengha:

"My reception lengha was a custom Satya Paul. I worked with their store in Toronto to have one of their designs changed to match our colors and had the blouse designed to the look that I wanted."

On the hair & makeup:

"I knew I wanted my hair up for the ceremony and down for the reception. From there, I worked with my stylist to pick final styles. I also told my stylist what type of makeup I wanted and she did a couple trials and we then worked together to pick final looks."

On special details:

"My sister coordinated a "family flashmob" to Jai Ho which 20+ family members performed at our reception. She ran practice for 6 months with family from across the USA, Europe and India. It was so much fun and we loved it!"

On the jewelry:

"My ceremony jewelry is the same jewelry my mom wore for her wedding. I had it polished and loved how nearly 40 years later, it still looked beautiful."

On the cake:

"We are both pretty big sports fans and wanted to incorporate that, but it was difficult without ruining the elegance of the evening. We ended up including it with a custom cake topper from Etsy which was perfect."

On a special guest of honor:

"The real guest of honor was our dog, Chester. Our venue was so wonderful about allowing him to be present which was very important to us. We got him a custom "kurtha" made in India, and my sister designed a "chariot" for him to be pulled down the aisle in. He absolutely stole the show!"

That's just too cute for words! Hope you enjoyed this, dolls!

Photography: Photographick Studios | Planning & Design: Project Bride DC