Welcome back, Maharanis! PJ and Arit held the rest of their Indian fusion wedding at the Fremont Marriott Silicon Valley. For the Hindu ceremony, our Indian bride wore a classic red lengha with breathtaking gold embroidery! Her look also featured bright red lips via Artistry by Wagma and a polished updo from Hair By Anaa K. The mood switched for the reception, and our Maharani wore a soft peach lengha with glittering gold details. With her hair swept to the side, pink lips and neutral eyeshadow, our bride looked dreamy and romantic! The swanky decor from Prime Party Rentals, featuring tea lights floating on water, added to the classy atmosphere, and we can't get over the elegance of VA Photography's photos of the whole affair! Make sure to head to the full gallery to bask in every moment!

traditional indian wedding,indian wedding traditions,indian wedding traditions and customs,traditional hindu wedding,indian wedding tradition,traditional indian ceremony,traditional hindu ceremony,hindu wedding ceremony traditional indian wedding,hindu wedding ceremony
traditional indian wedding,indian wedding traditions,indian wedding traditions and customs,traditional hindu wedding,indian wedding tradition,traditional indian ceremony,traditional hindu ceremony,hindu wedding ceremony traditional indian wedding,hindu wedding ceremony
mandap,mandap design,indian wedding design,indian wedding decor,wedding ceremony decor,wedding mandap,indian wedding mandap,mandap for indian wedding,indian wedding ceremony d?cor
indian reception portraits,indian wedding reception portraits,indian reception fashion,indian bride and groom,indian wedding reception photos,indian wedding portraits,portraits of indian wedding,portraits of indian bride and groom,indian wedding portrait ideas,indian wedding photography,indian wedding photos,photos of bride and groom,indian bride and groom photography
reception photography,indian reception pictures,indian reception photography,reception photos,indian wedding reception,indian wedding reception photos,indian wedding reception pictures,indian wedding reception photography,wedding reception,reception,candles,candles for wedding,candles for indian wedding,candles for wedding decor,candle lights,candlelight,lighting,mood lighting,lighting elements
indian reception portraits,indian wedding reception portraits,indian reception fashion,indian bride and groom,indian wedding reception photos,indian wedding portraits,portraits of indian wedding,portraits of indian bride and groom,indian wedding portrait ideas,indian wedding photography,indian wedding photos,photos of bride and groom,indian bride and groom photography
indian wedding cake,indian wedding cakes,wedding cake,wedding cakes,indian wedding ideas,ideas for indian wedding reception,reception,indian reception,indian wedding reception,wedding reception
indian reception portraits,indian wedding reception portraits,indian reception fashion,indian bride and groom,indian wedding reception photos,indian wedding portraits,portraits of indian wedding,portraits of indian bride and groom,indian wedding portrait ideas,indian wedding photography,indian wedding photos,photos of bride and groom,indian bride and groom photography

Our Maharani on the lengha shopping process:

"I started shopping in the Bay Area first, but didn't really find anything that I liked. We only had 6 months to plan the entire wedding. By this time, we only had 3 months left to plan our wedding and I still didn't have anything. My mother-in-law was going to Bombay and thankfully she invited me to join her. Somehow I managed to get a week off from work and make the trip last minute. During that week I had to get 2 wedding lenghas, 2 sangeet outfits, a reception outfit, other smaller event outfits, all of my wedding jewelry and my bridesmaid outfits. It was a long week with a lot of shopping. Thankfully we were able to get everything done. I still don't know how we did it, but I'm glad it's done."

On the most magical moments from the wedding:

"I think the most magical moment about the wedding was the people that were there to celebrate it with us. Seeing our families and friends so happy and excited for us made everything so much better than it already was. It also gave us a chance to meet each others extended family for the first time. We are both pretty close to our families so sharing the moment with them made the wedding magical."

We'll have a double feature tomorrow, so come back to check it out!

STYLE
GUIDE
style
Fusion
season
Winter
color
Photography: VA Photography | Venue (Sikh Ceremony): Gurdwara Sahib Fremont | Venue (Hindu Ceremony & Reception): Fremont Marriott Silicon Valley | Floral & Decor: Prime Party Rentals | Makeup: Artistry by Wagma | Hair: Hair By Anaa K