It is a rare treat indeed when a Bengali wedding falls on our editorial desks at Maharani Weddings. Bengali weddings are known for their full color and jaunty traditions intermixed with customs passed on from generations. Maharani Bithi knew that her wedding to Apurba would be one enriched in culture and her vision indeed came to fruition. On the day of her wedding, Maharani Bithi wore a bright maroon silk saree; customary for a Hindu ceremony. Ruhi from Mirror & You, was the makeup artist for the day and made our bride glow with rosy cheeks, gold rimmed eyes, and bold, bold lips. Bithi’s lip stain perfectly complimented her valorous saree! Following tradition, the bride opted for a large, sparking topor with paisley designed stones on her head. Bithi’s traditional wedding required elaborate preparations, including numerous ceremonies and Ruban Events was brought on to spearhead planning and design for the sequence of events. The different rituals, colors and the beautiful bride can be found in the gallery captured superbly by Arman Bappy Photography.

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One last for a colorful reception! See you in a bit!

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Hair & Makeup: Mirror and You | Floral & Decor: Ruban Events | Photography: Arman Bappy Photography | Cakes & Treats: Omonia Cafe | Catering: Five Star Banquet | Dj & Entertainment: DJ Raihan | Venue: Five Star Banquet |