High off the heels of the most stunning Indian wedding ceremony at the Hyatt Regency Orlando, the amazing floral and decor aficionados from Suhaag Garden have transformed the post-ceremony space into a Maharani's wedding wonder. The planning and design team from Réve.ology Events really knocked it out of the park with Tina's vision, and we are over the moon for each and every single detail! Amita S. Photography documented it all, from the first dance to the cake cutting, and every unforgettable moment in between! Maharani Tina picked out the perfect violet-colored reception dress, and the Raja of her dreams, Dennis, rocked the night away handsomely in his perfectly tailored tux. Our Indian bride shined extraordinarily, the perfect finishing touch being her hair and makeup by Michele Renee The Studio, and her phenomenal mehndi by Henna Allure. The professional DJ from Volcanik Entertainment delivered a celebratory playlist that kept partygoers moving, making it a night none of them would soon forget. Check out even more from this spellbinding event in the complete inspiration gallery!

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Maharani Tina on her most memorable wedding moment:

"Our first dance. It was a chance for us to connect without all the chaos, and bring to life what we had been practicing. We were really excited for our parents and everyone to see. Actually Dennis did most of the choreography by looking at some videos (we danced to Thinking Out Loud by Ed Sheeran), even though we had had the basics taught to us beforehand."

On the role family and friends played:

"Many of my family and friends came up with dances and skits for the different events which were mostly a surprise, and really made things even that much more memorable for us. My brother even coordinated a Flash Mob dance to the song Shut Up and Dance!!! It was so amazing. Now every time I hear that song, I think back to that moment."

We wish you all a happy holiday, and hope you'll join us back here on Monday for more wedding magic!

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Photography: Amita S. Photography | Hair & Makeup: Michele Renee The Studio | Venue/Cakes & Treats: Hyatt Regency Orlando | Cinematography: Studio829 | Catering: Tabla Cuisine | Planning & Design: Réve.ology Events | Lion Dance: Chein Hong School of Kung Fu | Vidaai Transportation: VIP Transportation Group | Pandit: Acharya Shukla