My dearest Maharanis, we're so thrilled to share with you this stunning fusion wedding captured by S&S Productions Fine Art Photography! This couple's love takes flight starting with our Maharani Sarah getting ready for the big day with the help of her bridesmaids! Our bride is simply dazzling dressed in her burgundy bridal lengha with gold embroidery and beading and matching dupatta complimenting her floral inspired intricately design mehndi'd hands! We join our lovely couple at their Hindu wedding ceremony as the love between them is more than apparent. Our Raja Ankur donned in a burgundy sherwani looks at Sarah as if she is the only person in the room—how endearing! The two lovebirds seal their nuptials with a kiss before heading off to the upcoming festivities! We heard their wedding reception was filled with tons of great music by  as the two celebrated their union! Take a look at the full gallery for more photographs of the wedding ceremony

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The bride Sarah on how she met the one:

"Ankur and I met in high school. I don't remember when I knew he was "the one," but I've always known he was too good to give up!"

On the proposal:

"One of my favorite things to do is look at Christmas lights. On the evening of the proposal, Ankur took me flying (he's a pilot) to look at Christmas lights from the air. Then he flew me down to a city that hosts a large light show and we went on a carriage ride around the park looking at the lights. Finally, he took me to dinner at the top of the tallest building in Oklahoma. By now, I was sure he was going to propose given that this was such a grand evening. But he didn't! He could tell that I was getting deflated throughout the dinner. By the time dinner was done it was very late and Ankur suggested we get dessert to go and go home and eat it in bed and watch some television, also promising that "tomorrow would be even better." We drove home and I unlocked the door and walked in. There were candles and rose petals everywhere! I was stunned. Ankur turned to me and said, "Do you know what time it is?" I, distracted by the candles and flowers and puzzled by the seemingly unimportance of the question, managed to express an inquisitive, "No?" Then he got down on one knee, showed me the ring, and said, "It's tomorrow..."

On her wedding style:

"Ankur and I did not want to go through the hassle of planning a wedding, but it was very important to his parents that we have a wedding near home that family and friends could attend. Our goal was to focus on making our wedding as fun as possible. Design was of minimal importance to us. Our biggest challenge was that the carpeting at our venue was very garish, so we chose a simple black, white, and red theme so it wouldn't clash."

Meet me back here for the enjoyable wedding reception from this fusion wedding!

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Fusion
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Summer
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DJ: DJ Riz Entertainment | Photography: S&S Productions Fine Art Photography | Venue: Embassy Suites Norman | Cinematography: Alumni Productions | Floral & Decor: Cole Dewey Designs | Cakes & Treats: Madison's on Main | Catering: Gopuram Taste of India | Catering: Embassy Suites Norman | Hair & Makeup: Natasha Shipley Artistry | Mandap: Mood Party Rentals | Jewelry: BC Clark Jewelers