We're back at the enchanting Hyatt Regency Westlake with the amazing Indian wedding reception SheerRomance planned! For the floral and decor, SheerRomance used a warm pink, gold, and white color scheme to add a layer of romance and create a dreamy atmosphere, making for an absolutely beautiful event! When the newlyweds had their first dance surrounded by dry ice, it looked like they were floating on a cloud! Beauty By NG Nida Gazi made up the Indian bride with a wonderful natural makeup look and elegant curls, and she looked like royalty in her pink and gold outfit! Be dazzled by the rest of Aaroneye Photography's magnificent reception photos in the full gallery! We hope to return to this magical day with Robles Video Productions's incredible wedding video soon!
Maharani Pritika on choosing her ceremony lengha:
"Believe it or not, my ceremony lengha was actually picked out by Vishal. Like most girls, I always had a picture in my head of what I wanted my lengha to look like on my wedding day. And unlike most guys, Vishal also had an idea in his head of what he wanted his bride to look like on his wedding day. Little did we know, our visions clashed, but I wanted to incorporate what he wanted into my look. I took him shopping with me a couple times to get an idea of what he liked. Lengha after lengha, nothing wowed us. Finally, we saw something that intrigued us both and I went to try it on. At the time we were shopping, he was really into the song 'Mast Magan' from 2 States. As soon as I walked out in that last outfit, the song came on and he stood there staring at me and finally said that was the one. It was then that I realized that what I had envisioned in my mind was nothing compared to the look he had in his when he saw me and I knew I had found my lengha."
On their first dance song:
"Vishal and I have different tastes when it comes to music so it took us months to figure out our first dance song. He really like Blank and Jones's 'Somebody Like You' but I just couldn't get into it. We went back and forth, sending each other songs but we could never agree on one. Finally, we came across the piano acoustic version of John Legend's 'So High.' The words portrayed exactly how we felt. It was perfect, we had a dry ice machine during our first dance and we felt like we were on cloud nine. We also surprised our guests with a Bollywood number that immediately followed our slow dance to a mix of Adnan Sami's 'Saathiya' and Jassi Sidhu's 'Veer Ji Viyohn.' Anyone that knows Vishal knows he is not one to perform choreographed routines, but he went out of his comfort zone and did it just to put a smile on my face."
From the groom:
"For me the most memorable/magical moment of the wedding was when we did our first look. I was standing in the hallway with my back to her and she tapped on my shoulder for me to turn around, and once I did, I lost my breath. I ended up tearing up seeing her in her wedding dress, she was beautiful. If you ask her, she thought I was actually fake crying, but I had to tell her it was far from the truth."
We're closing the week with a beautiful Indian wedding tomorrow, so come back to check it out!