Here at Maharani weddings, we have a soft spot for weddings that meld two cultures. With Prianka and Azam coming from Hindu and Muslim backgrounds, they had to overcome a few obstacles before their happily ever after, and we couldn’t be more thrilled for them! It doesn’t hurt that the couple and their wedding design was stunningly beautiful. As we entered the ballroom for their reception soiree, our senses were overwhelmed with the dizzying array of aesthetic splendor created by Amer Design Studio. From the variety of lush centerpieces, a golden stage setup, and thousands of twinkling candles, this reception definitely lived up to its “All of the Lights” theme. But the most gorgeous aspect of the evening were the glowing newlyweds! Prianka was a goddess in a unique mint green gown that stood out beautifully against the golden decor. She switched up her beauty look and stunned in loose waves and smoky eyes thanks to the masterful skills of Gayatri Kalia. All you brides-to-be, we urge you to examine all the photos in the full gallery by Jake Poehls to gather tons of wedding inspo for your own special day. Prianka and Azam’s weekend included a bounty of lux details that you have to see to believe, so you’re definitely in for a real treat!

So much loveliness! We simply can’t wait to watch the wedding film by Aria Fine Art FilmsWe'll share another fabulous wedding with you all bright and early tomorrow morning!

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Hair & Makeup: Gayatri Makeup Artiste | Draping/Styling: Gayatri Makeup Artiste | Cinematography: Aria Fine Art Films | Floral & Decor: Amer Design Studio | Catering (Nikkah & Reception): Sabri Nihari | Catering (South Indian ceremony): Masala Chicago Restaurant in Warrenville | Catering (Mehndi): Gaylord Fine Indian Cuisine | DJ: DJ Prashant | Reception Dessert and Wedding Cake: Oak Mill Bakery | Mehndi Artist: Amita Chitnis | Photographer Name: JPP Studios | Jake Poehls |