We're back at Giorgio's Baiting Hallow to see all the wonder Events by Khadejah have planned at this Indian wedding receptionStylish Events took care of floral and decor for the celebration, and we were especially dazzled by the adorable elephant they made out of flowers! We also liked seeing how the newlyweds incorporated their initials throughout the event, including on the wedding cake by La Bonne Boulangerie! Our Indian bride was radiant as she arrived in a fuchsia lengha, with marvelous mehndi by Henna For All to complete her look! Check out the amazing moments Studio Fifty Five captured below and in the full gallery!

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Maharani Sierra on the most magical moment of her wedding:

"We wanted a different way to get the audience involved while we said our speech so we played Family Feud. The last question was what will be the DJ's first song to play to kick off the dancing. We had already planned with our DJ a month prior that it will be any upbeat soca song so basically any answers that were going to be shout out would be wrong. Well my uncle's favorite song in the whole wide world is Lal Dupatta so he screams it out and the DJ ends up playing that song. It was more hilarious than magical but one of our photographers captured the moment when I realized what happened and I kind of just grab one of my husband's shoulders and start laughing."

On their first dance song:

"My husband's favorite song is Tum Hi Ho from Aashiqui 2. I like it too. He was sort of serenading it to me while we danced."

On her mehndi artist:

"Moni from HennaForAll is truly a genius with mehndi designs. I follow her Instagram and saw a picture where she had a bride and groom in the palms as part of the designs and it was just so different that I had to go with it."

Have a fabulous day, Maharanis! Come see us again tomorrow!

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Floral & Decor: Stylish Events | Photography: Studio Fifty Five | Planning & Design: Events By Khadejah | Venue (Ceremony & Reception): Giorgio's Baiting Hallow | Cakes & Treats: La Bonne Boulangerie | DJ: Caribbean Touch Entertainment | Makeup: Rebecca Mohabir | Baraat: Ponies will Travel | Photo Booth: Hipstr PhotoBooth | Transportation: Legend Limo | Hair: Renita AdjodahKirtan Group: Anil Sukul |