Greetings, dolls! We're in Greenville, South Carolina, for an unforgettable Indian wedding affair that is sure to sweep you off your pretty little mehndi'd feet! The Hyatt Regency Greenville is hosting Maharani Monica and Raja Neal's wedding ceremony, and Chuck Eaton Photographers was there to capture everything from start to finish. The bride donned the most perfect hot pink and gold wedding lengha, and the groom was as handsome as can be in his brilliant white sherwani. Together, the happy couple made a fabulously fashionable pair. This vibrant event is just the beginning of of it all, and in just a bit, we'll be checking out the newlyweds' incredible reception. In the meantime, make sure you visit the complete gallery for even more details from their ceremony and an exclusive look at the pre-wedding celebrations that preceded it all!

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Stick around for the most amazing post-ceremony celebratory details ever!

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Photography: Chuck Eaton Photographers | Baraat: Reedy River Rickshaw | Venue: Hyatt Regency Greenville | Cinematography: Carlisle Videography | Floral & Decor/Rentals: Elegant Designz | Cakes & Treats: Couture Cakes of Greenville | Catering: Handi Indian Cuisine | Bridesmaids Fashion: Utsav Fashion |