Special Occasions DJ & Lighting has gotten the party started at this unforgettable Indian wedding reception, and Aaroneye Photography has made certain to capture all of the fun and fabulous details that you and I can now enjoy. Today's Maharani has swapped her bridal lengha for a sensational reception sari that has some major sparkle-factor. The red, orange and fuschia party dress is absolutely incredible on her, and I love the ombre effect it has! Her hair and makeup, by Beauty by Lishma, is effortlessly flawless — as only a true expert can pull-off. Deepti's Floral Designs & Mandaps has knocked it out of the park with their floral and decor work, and have transformed this party venue into a stunning setting for our happy couple's celebration. There's plenty more to see from this breathtaking event in the full gallery, including more details from the baraat, featuring Enchanted Carriages, and ceremony, so check them out if you haven't already!
The bride, on her reception sari:
"For my reception sari, I wanted a great wow factor without feeling like it was too much. I immediately loved the ombre look of my sari, which was fuchsia blended with orange and red. I was a little nervous about carrying around something so heavy on my back all evening, but somehow it ended up working out really well and looking exactly like what I wanted."
On the song she selected for their first dance:
"We did have a special song that we danced to, based on my love for pretty Indian songs and my constant encouraging for him to listen to them all. I actually made a blend of 3 songs since I couldn't pick my favorite! It started out on a slower note (Tum Hi Ho from Aashiqui 2) and ended with something a little more fun (Har Kisi Ko from Boss). It was just a memory on its own to choreograph and teach my husband the dance, we still remember exactly how it goes and plan on performing it on every anniversary."
On her most memorable wedding day moment:
"One magical moment I remember from the wedding day was when I was on the mandap, sitting next to my new husband on one side, my parents on the other and my brother and my husband's family surrounding us. Everyone was smiling and so happy to be there, enjoying and embracing everything that was happening. No one was concerned about anything else around us, it was just the combining of the 2 families and the moment for mine and Parth's life to finally start as a couple :)."
Ta ta for now, Maharanis! We'll see you back here tomorrow for more!