It's finally time to see these newlyweds party it up at their reception, thanks to Edoo Photography & Decor One. I love how the Maharani goes through two outfit changes, both equally as fabulous! She goes from a colorful lengha to a more classic white gown. It's oh so easy to see that everyone at this lavish affair had a blast! Relive every moment in the gallery!

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From the bride, on her reception fashion:

"The inspiration for the reception stemmed from my obsession with purple. Ryan’s favorite color is green, and luckily those colors go very well together! With the help of my dress designer, Neelam from Red Paisleys, I was able to find the perfect purple and green lengha. My husband is Guyanese Indian, and in their culture, they usually have an American ceremony. Since we didn’t have separate American ceremony, I never wore a traditional white dress. To surprise my in-laws, I worked with Neelam to design a simple, yet elegant one-shoulder white gown. I changed into it for the dancing portion of the reception, and it was a hit! Definitely a lot easier to dance in too :) Again, the decor by Decor One, and the uplighting/DJ set up by DJ Chani of Desi Junction DJ’s transformed that ballroom into the setting of a night to remember for the Ramphuls and all our guests!"

On another special moment:

"There was also a point in time during the reception where everyone was on the dance floor. That is the best feeling, when you see everyone having a good time, and you know that all that hard work paid off! The floor was packed the entire night, thanks to the great mix of music played by DJ Chani."

Have a great rest of your day, ladies!

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Bridal Fashions: Red Paisleys | Lighting: Desi Junction DJs | Photography: Edoo Photography | Venue: Wyndham Riverwalk San Antonio | Cinematography: Mark Thomas Photography | Cakes & Treats: Cakes by Itsy | Planning & Design: Utopian MomentsBaraat: Rio San Antionio Cruises |