Komal and Jashank are dressed in sizzling hot attire for their chic Indian wedding reception at The Westin Princeton At Forrestal Village in Princeton, New Jersey! All done up by Cinderella Bridez, our Maharani is quite fetching in her navy and gold lengha. Her adorable soul mate for life is not too shabby himself in a classic tuxedoStudio Nine Photography + Cinema follows their every move from their grand entrance to the first dance to the cake-cutting honors of that delectable four-tier treat courtesy of ChocaL8kiss Bakery. I'm sure the guests enjoyed every bite especially after feasting on a delightful dinner catered by Moghul Caterers. Hats off to Electric Karma International for their impeccable planning expertise and to Elegant Affairs Inc. for that heavenly wonder of a sweetheart stage. It's obvious how much our newlyweds enjoyed their special day as they dance the night away to the musical stylings of DJ Essence! Make sure to catch all the highlights including the fabulous pre-wedding fashion in the gallery!

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From the bride, on the first dance:

"Our first dance song was, Tujh Mein Rab Dikhta Ha, from the movie Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi. It's not a typical slow song, but we had Jashank's brother edit it and make a unique slower version of it for us. We really like the sound of the song and love the lyrics and meaning. It was the one song that whenever it played Jashank and I thought of each other. We knew it was the one for our first dance."

On family and friends helping:

"I love to dance and my family knows it. They put together so many performances throughout the wedding weekend. They would all sneak off and have secret dance practices without me knowing, I honestly don't know how they pulled it off. It was one of the best surprises. Jashank and I have a lot of mutual friends, so they all did a hilarious performance about how we met with some of our favorite songs. We loved it all because we could tell how much thought and effort they put into it to make it feel like it was our wedding day."

Additional details:

"Jashank and I are foodies, like BIGGG time foodies. So food was on top of our priority list at all times. We had different caterers for every event, and they went above and beyond for us. Bombay Talk decorated their food stations so that it felt like Indian street food. Moghul suggested such cool dishes that ended up being the biggest hit during cocktail. We also had a full Indian and American dessert bar and people couldn't even tell that everything was eggless! Guests kept telling us that they ate way too much because the food was so good, and to us, that was the biggest compliment!"

Enjoy the rest of your day, ladies!

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Floral & Decor: Elegant Affairs Inc. | Planning & Design: Electric Karma International | Cakes & Treats: ChocaL8kiss Bakery | Photography: Studio Nine Photography + Cinema | DJ: DJ Essence | Catering: Dimple’s Bombaytalk | Catering: Moghul Caterers | Venues: The Westin Princeton at Forrestal Village | Planning & Design: Electric Karma International - East Coast | Cinematography: Studio Nine Photography + Cinema | Garba Venue: Crowne Plaza-Philadelphia | Garba Catering: Dimple's Bombay Talk | Makeup: Cinderella Bridez | Dance Floor: Holo Walls | Cannolis: Termini Bros | Mehndi Artist: Devi