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Dublin, CA Indian Wedding by American Photobank

We now join Anisha and Nakul as their ceremony begins! The setting was picture-perfect for the emotional affair, with clear skies, and a sun that set perfectly behind the mandap. Family and friends were thrilled when Anisha and Nakul were pronounced husband and wife, and couldn't wait to get the party going for the newlyweds' reception! Ajooba created a purple paradise in the Bay Club Santa Clara. The floor to ceiling lavender draping and crystal garlands were the perfect backdrop for American Photobank to snap shots of the newlyweds and their guests! We loved Anisha's sophisticated, royal blue gown with gold embellishments and Nakul's suit and bow tie - they both glowed with happiness! Jhakaas Entertainment kept emotions high with their incredible lighting and music, and guests swarmed the jam-packed dance floor! We don't know if we've seen a happier-looking group rocking out on the dance floor! Guests also raved about the rich and flavorful dinner catered by Jay Bharat and the treats by Cake Delight. You can browse the complete gallery for more photos from this amazing event! Also, make sure to check out our interview below with Maharani Anisha - It's full of amazing behind the scenes details!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?

I met Nakul on the popular dating app, Coffee Meets Bagel! I knew he was "the one" from the day we first met! He was so fun, caring, and such a genuine person, I could not imagine finding a better life partner.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!

Nakul had been planning the proposal hoping that he could have the entire family and our closest friends by his side. After several weeks, he decided to throw his dad a surprise 60th birthday party and incorporate a second surprise - our proposal! Our proposal took place at the beautiful Dante Robere winery in Livermore, CA (my hometown!). Nakul had our friends wear red shirts that spelled out "Will You Marry Me?" It was very sweet and thoughtful, I had a hard time containing my happiness that day!

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?

Food tastings were a joy! It was so fun to be able to sample the food our guests were going to enjoy at our events.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?

Our guests thoroughly enjoyed each event! We made sure to have amazing food, music, and environments. In choosing our venues, I knew I wanted to have as much of an outdoor feel as possible, and I got that with both our wedding venue (completely outdoors) and our reception venue (indoor with an outdoor feel). Mehul did a great job with music, and he was very patient with us making sure he understood our music choice. Our food vendors were flexible and incorporated our feedback into their dishes to deliver the tastes and flavors we wanted our guests to experience. Ajooba (decorator) did a flawless job with decor - Tammy is incredible. She is very creative, experienced, and imaginative.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?

Walking down the aisle at my wedding was such a surreal feeling! That was the moment I truly felt that today was the day I was going to marry my better half!

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?

Things will always work out at the end for the best! For me, the planning process was easy, and I think it's because I had the openness and flexibility for things to change or be different than what I had imagined/expected. It's important to be easy-going!

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)

The jewelry I wore at my events were a combination of my choices and a few family heirlooms. My bridal mehndi was done by Neeta Sharma, and it was amazing! She did a great job, and it turned out better than I imagined. What I particularly loved about her was her attention to detail, her professionalism, and ways she tailored the designs for me. She even incorporated the Coffee Meets Bagel logo after hearing about how Nakul and I met! The guest mehndi was done by Threads Beauty Bar & Spa (located in Dublin) and they were phenomenal! They are very experienced with guest henna and it shows in their professionalism, friendliness, and timeliness. Much needed when trying to manage so many guests! Our venues as I mentioned before were amazing. The wedding took place at the Dublin Ranch Golf Course during sunset, which gave our wedding a beautiful and natural backdrop. The reception venue was indoors but incorporated outdoor aspects such as a creek, trees, and other greenery. We decided to skip the cake, and order cupcakes for everyone to enjoy based on individual tastes! This turned out great and gave us a way to share our story and implement Coffee Meets Bagel into our wedding.

Have a great day Maharanis! 

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DJ: Jhakaas Entertainment | Lighting: Jhakaas Entertainment | Baraat: Jhakaas Entertainment | Ceremony Venue: Dublin Ranch Golf Club | Reception Venue: Bay Club Santa Clara | Floral & Decor: Ajooba | Hair & Makeup: Megha Patel | Catering: Jay Bharat | Cake & Treats: Cake Delight | Draping/Styling: Megha Patel | Mehndi Designer: Neeta Desai Sharma | Priest: Nilesh Pandya | Snapchat Geofilters (Wedding & Reception): Make Me A Filter | Photographer: American Photobank


Dublin, CA Indian Wedding by American Photobank

Sunny, outdoor weddings are always such a chic choice, and we loved this one photographed by American Photobank that took place at the Dublin Ranch Golf Club. Everything about this wedding was vibrant and fresh, beginning with the bright orange-red of Maharani Anisha's wedding lehenga, to the airy mandap by Ajooba. We loved some of the cool touches the couple incorporated in their celebrations, such as the sunglasses hanging on each ceremony chair as a keepsake for guests - so practical and fun! We also loved the cupcake display by Cake Delight and classic bottled Coca-Colas being tray-passed before the ceremony began - we're sure guests were buzzing with sugar highs after consuming these delicious treats! Anisha and Nakul's guests definitely know how to strike a move, and Nakul led a spirited baraat with dhol and entertainment by the magnetic Jhakaas EntertainmentAnisha looked like a perfect, traditional bride as she made her grand ceremony entrance, adorned in polished hair and makeup by Megha Patel and impressively detailed henna by Neeta Sharma at Mehndi Designer. Maharanis, please check back in a few hours when we cover the couple's beautiful ceremony and reception!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?

I met Nakul on the popular dating app, Coffee Meets Bagel! I knew he was "the one" from the day we first met! He was so fun, caring, and such a genuine person, I could not imagine finding a better life partner.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!

Nakul had been planning the proposal hoping that he could have the entire family and our closest friends by his side. After several weeks, he decided to throw his dad a surprise 60th birthday party and incorporate a second surprise - our proposal! Our proposal took place at the beautiful Dante Robere winery in Livermore, CA (my hometown!). Nakul had our friends wear red shirts that spelled out "Will You Marry Me?" It was very sweet and thoughtful, I had a hard time containing my happiness that day!

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?

Food tastings were a joy! It was so fun to be able to sample the food our guests were going to enjoy at our events.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?

Our guests thoroughly enjoyed each event! We made sure to have amazing food, music, and environments. In choosing our venues, I knew I wanted to have as much of an outdoor feel as possible, and I got that with both our wedding venue (completely outdoors) and our reception venue (indoor with an outdoor feel). Mehul did a great job with music, and he was very patient with us making sure he understood our music choice. Our food vendors were flexible and incorporated our feedback into their dishes to deliver the tastes and flavors we wanted our guests to experience. Ajooba (decorator) did a flawless job with decor - Tammy is incredible. She is very creative, experienced, and imaginative.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?

Walking down the aisle at my wedding was such a surreal feeling! That was the moment I truly felt that today was the day I was going to marry my better half!

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?

Things will always work out at the end for the best! For me, the planning process was easy, and I think it's because I had the openness and flexibility for things to change or be different than what I had imagined/expected. It's important to be easy-going!

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)

The jewelry I wore at my events were a combination of my choices and a few family heirlooms. My bridal mehndi was done by Neeta Sharma, and it was amazing! She did a great job, and it turned out better than I imagined. What I particularly loved about her was her attention to detail, her professionalism, and ways she tailored the designs for me. She even incorporated the Coffee Meets Bagel logo after hearing about how Nakul and I met! The guest mehndi was done by Threads Beauty Bar & Spa (located in Dublin) and they were phenomenal! They are very experienced with guest henna and it shows in their professionalism, friendliness, and timeliness. Much needed when trying to manage so many guests! Our venues as I mentioned before were amazing. The wedding took place at the Dublin Ranch Golf Course during sunset, which gave our wedding a beautiful and natural backdrop. The reception venue was indoors but incorporated outdoor aspects such as a creek, trees, and other greenery. We decided to skip the cake, and order cupcakes for everyone to enjoy based on individual tastes! This turned out great and gave us a way to share our story and implement Coffee Meets Bagel into our wedding.

Adorable! Next up is Anisha & Nakul's ceremony! 

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DJ: Jhakaas Entertainment | Lighting: Jhakaas Entertainment | Baraat: Jhakaas Entertainment | Ceremony Venue: Dublin Ranch Golf Club | Reception Venue: Bay Club Santa Clara | Floral & Decor: Ajooba | Hair & Makeup: Megha Patel | Catering: Jay Bharat | Cake & Treats: Cake Delight | Draping/Styling: Megha Patel | Mehndi Designer: Neeta Desai Sharma | Priest: Nilesh Pandya | Snapchat Geofilters (Wedding & Reception): Make Me A Filter | Photographer: American Photobank


San Jose, CA Indian Fusion Wedding by JSK Photography

Welcome back Maharanis! We now join Tanika and Nativo at their lavender, ice-castle-esque reception extravaganza at the Dolce Hayes Mansion, planned to perfection by KIS (Cubed) Events with decor and florals by Flowers by Edgar. We are coveting everything about Maharani Tanika's reception look - her couture-level, sparking gold gown flattered her figure beautifully and was such a good mix of Eastern and Western design. Also, her hair is out-of-this world incredible  - Jennifer at The Secret Brush did a fabulous job creating the bombastic look. Her flawless makeup by Marlyn Valencia fit with the glittering reception decor perfectly, and Maharani Tanika had such an aura of loveliness throughout the night! Nativo also looked very handsome in his perfectly tailored suit and a constant smile on his face! His smile only grew bigger when Taneka surprised him with a festive Mariachi band performance. We are inspired by how much this couple loves to surprise each other! Guests had a blast from the beginning of the festivities to the wee hours of the night, where they danced energetically to music by Jhakaas Entertainment and devoured delicious food from Jalsa Catering. Other highlights of the night were the Pop Up Gelato stations and photo booth by Photography By Elyse. You'll want to check the rest of the pics from this amazing event in the gallery all captured by JSK Photography below!

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Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We were actually having a "small" birthday BBQ for Nativo. As I looked around, all of my closest friends and family were there. After champagne was passed around, out of nowhere he made a lovely speech and got down on one knee in front of all my close family and proposed. It was so special to me since my mom got to see him do that as she was unfortunately sick. It makes me happy she got got to see how happy we were. It was such a great proposal! I'll never forget it! :)
Tell us how you went about planning your wedding, and your overall experience with the Venues, Hair & Makeup, Outfits, Decor Theme, and all of the other important details.
I knew planning a wedding with 300 guests would be a lot of work! Luckily I had amazing friends to help me, and family all the way from the U.K. to help get everything together. If it wasn't for them I would have been a mess! The Hayes Mansion gave me a list of their preferred vendors. To make it simple, I used most of them as their work was spectacular. I also had a day of coordinater which made it simple. My decorator Edgar was such a delight to work with, and my other vendors made my dream wedding come to real life. It was truly a fairytale wedding for me and my husband.
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My aunt and cousins took me shopping in London for my outfit. We went to The Asian Bridal Expo and spent the day there. Luckily I fell in love with one of their designs and made a few alterations to make it more unique and my style. I knew I wanted red and gold to keep it more traditional. It was absolutely breathtaking! And also very heavy!
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
I would say the shopping for my outfits and also picking out the reception decor. I think as a young girl you always have a idea of how your dream wedding will be. So picking out the colors, flowers, mandap designs, and centerpieces was very fun! Especially when you have so many beautiful choices to pick from.
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
A majority of them were non-Indians watching a Indian ceremony for the first time and they loved everyone's outfits and all the bright colors. We also had a photo booth which was a hit, a gelato bar, and a mariachi band which I surprised my husband with - and the food was amazing!
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
My husband gave me my mother's wedding ring when we did our first look. He replaced the diamond that was missing and gave it to me as a surprise. I will never forget that and now I wear it everyday - it's very special to me.
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Someone told me to take a moment and just look around at all your guests as they are enjoying their time. I did that and now have a vision of everyone's smiles and laughter and it has really stuck with me!

So glam right? We'll see you tomorrow lovelies!

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Planning & Design: KIS (cubed) Events | Photography: JSK Photography | Catering: Jalsa Catering & Events | DJ: Jhakaas Entertainment | Lighting: Jhakaas Entertainment | Baraat: Jhakaas Entertainment | Cinematography: Juddy Productions | Ceremony Venue: Dolce Hayes Mansion | Reception Venue: Dolce Hayes Mansion | Floral & Decor: Flowers by Edgar | Hair: The Secret Brush - Jennifer Atala | Makeup: Marlyn Valencia | Bridesmaid Makeup: Ava | Family Makeup: Renee Batres | Extra Makeup Artist: Maggie | Hairstylist: Faviola Hair | Cake & Treats: Jen’s Cakes | Gelato Bar: Pop Up Gelato | Live Music: Mariachi Los Reyes | Mehndi Artist: Bridal Henna Beauty by Minal | Photo Booth: Photography By Elyse Destout


San Jose, CA Indian Fusion Wedding by JSK Photography

Morning Maharanis! Tanika and Nativo's matrimonial journey began at Nativo's BBQ birthday party, where he proposed to a completely taken-off-guard Tanika in front of all their dearest family and friends. And the surprises didn't end there for Tanika! During the couple's first look on the sweeping grounds at the Dolce Hayes Mansion, Nativo had a romantic gift up his sleeve when he presented Tanika with her mother's beautiful ring. Tanika was completely overwhelmed by the thoughtfulness of her Raja! Aw! We're so thankful the talents at JSK Photography were there to capture the stills from every magical moment, while Juddy Productions was there to capture priceless video footage of the events. In fact, you can watch the full wedding video here! Maharani Tanika looks like a goddess in her royal red lehenga, with vavavoom makeup by Marlyn Valencia and hair by The Secret Brush. The couple had an amazing team to help them orchestrate the wedding events, including the organizational whizzes at KIS Cubed Events who helped them with planning and design, Flowers by Edgar who created beautiful decor concepts, and Jhakaas Entertainment who helped with the baraat, DJ duties, and lighting. We can't wait to share our next post with you all which covers Tanika & Nativo's lavender wonderland of a reception, featuring catering by Jalsa Catering and a mariachi band! Check of the full gallery of this lovely wedding!

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Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We were actually having a "small" birthday BBQ for Nativo. As I looked around, all of my closest friends and family were there. After champagne was passed around, out of nowhere he made a lovely speech and got down on one knee in front of all my close family and proposed. It was so special to me since my mom got to see him do that as she was unfortunately sick. It makes me happy she got got to see how happy we were. It was such a great proposal! I'll never forget it! :)
Tell us how you went about planning your wedding, and your overall experience with the Venues, Hair & Makeup, Outfits, Decor Theme, and all of the other important details.
I knew planning a wedding with 300 guests would be a lot of work! Luckily I had amazing friends to help me, and family all the way from the U.K. to help get everything together. If it wasn't for them I would have been a mess! The Hayes Mansion gave me a list of their preferred vendors. To make it simple, I used most of them as their work was spectacular. I also had a day of coordinater which made it simple. My decorator Edgar was such a delight to work with, and my other vendors made my dream wedding come to real life. It was truly a fairytale wedding for me and my husband.
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My aunt and cousins took me shopping in London for my outfit. We went to The Asian Bridal Expo and spent the day there. Luckily I fell in love with one of their designs and made a few alterations to make it more unique and my style. I knew I wanted red and gold to keep it more traditional. It was absolutely breathtaking! And also very heavy!
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
I would say the shopping for my outfits and also picking out the reception decor. I think as a young girl you always have a idea of how your dream wedding will be. So picking out the colors, flowers, mandap designs, and centerpieces was very fun! Especially when you have so many beautiful choices to pick from.
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
A majority of them were non-Indians watching a Indian ceremony for the first time and they loved everyone's outfits and all the bright colors. We also had a photo booth which was a hit, a gelato bar, and a mariachi band which I surprised my husband with - and the food was amazing!
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
My husband gave me my mother's wedding ring when we did our first look. He replaced the diamond that was missing and gave it to me as a surprise. I will never forget that and now I wear it everyday - it's very special to me.
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Someone told me to take a moment and just look around at all your guests as they are enjoying their time. I did that and now have a vision of everyone's smiles and laughter and it has really stuck with me!

Check back with us later today - You don't want to miss the details on Tanika & Nativo's reception gala!

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Planning & Design: KIS (cubed) Events | Photography: JSK Photography | Catering: Jalsa Catering & Events | DJ: Jhakaas Entertainment | Lighting: Jhakaas Entertainment | Baraat: Jhakaas Entertainment | Cinematography: Juddy Productions | Ceremony Venue: Dolce Hayes Mansion | Reception Venue: Dolce Hayes Mansion | Floral & Decor: Flowers by Edgar | Hair: The Secret Brush - Jennifer Atala | Makeup: Marlyn Valencia | Bridesmaid Makeup: Ava | Family Makeup: Renee Batres | Extra Makeup Artist: Maggie | Hairstylist: Faviola Hair | Cake & Treats: Jen’s Cakes | Gelato Bar: Pop Up Gelato | Live Music: Mariachi Los Reyes | Mehndi Artist: Bridal Henna Beauty by Minal | Photo Booth: Photography By Elyse Destout


Virginia Fusion Wedding by Photographick Studios

Welcome back Maharanis! We have all the details of Aneesha & Dan's gorgeous reception which took place at the elegant Westfields Marriott Washington Dulles and was photographed by Photographick Studios. Aneesha and Dan wanted the wedding events to be as reflective of their personalities as possible, so they tried to infuse themselves into all the details, which were perfectly executed by Events by C. They worked with their caterer at Indaroma to custom create fusion foods that the couple cooked at home, and instead of wedding favors, they donated to their favorite charities. We also loved that their table numbering schema were restaurants (with fun facts) that they loved! For her reception, Maharani Aneesha, designed a lavender dress with Sapana Amin Collections that was soft, elegant, and simple - it turned out so dreamy, and combined with her mehndi by Bhavna's Henna and Arts and hair and makeup by Makeup by Mahwish Ali she looked like a queen! Guests had an absolute blast dancing to beats by Dholi Mastana and Lost Sounds Entertainment and raved about the quality, creativity, and sheer amount of food catered by Indaroma. Take a look at the complete gallery below and read more from our interview with the lovely bride herself!

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What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?

Definitely planning the small details--Dan and I wanted the wedding to be as reflective of our personalities as possible, so we tried to infuse ourselves into all the details. we had an Instagram scavenger hunt to get our families and friends to interact with each other; we set up a game room with some of our favorite board and video games; we worked with our caterer to custom create foods that were fusion foods Dan and I created at home; instead of favors, we donated to three of our favorite charities; and we made sure our table signs were restaurants (with fun facts!) that we had loved throughout our lives (this was a particular hit!); i set up a yoga class the morning of the sangeet for all of our guests from out of town.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?

Our guests have raved about 2 aspects of our wedding--they loved 1) the food! there was a lot of it (street food at the sangeet, brunch before the baraat, afternoon tea between the hindu wedding and jewish wedding, cocktail snacks, dinner, pizza, and breakfast the next morning) and 2) how much love was felt at an interfaith wedding, and how excited both sides of our guest list were about the other ceremony. We felt so blessed that not only did we feel that, but it was so obvious to our guests as well.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?

Before the Hindu wedding started, I was really, really stressed out--I'm not the biggest make up/hair kind of person, and i just felt a little out of my element. When the baraat started, one of my best friends and I watched from an upstairs window and we were able to share some quiet, reflective moments, that made me feel a little more grounded--and when the baraat arrived outside the window, everyone started waving and dancing at me! Dan even got off the horse, and that moment--when all the people that i loved looked SO happy, and were dancing for me--was a moment of pure joy that I will never forget. The rest of the wedding was wonderful and full of beautiful moments, but that short period of time before the festivities really kicked off was just a moment of perfection.

For events other than your ceremony, please tell us as much as you would like about the decor, style, dances, and all the special details.

Our sangeet was hands-down one of the best times I've had! We decided to go with a Moroccan theme for our sangeet, with rich jewel tones and lots of sparkle, and we just loved it! The highlight of the sangeet was definitely the performances--I have been teaching dance for several years, and some of the girls I've taught over the last 15 years performed, which was amazing to see. My friends also really rose to the challenge of making the sangeet (which can often feel like you're watching a show) feel interactive by planning some fantastic games, the best one being a game where each table was given a basket of props, and had to create an "obstacle" or challenge for Dan to overcome to win his bride--hilarious. Most shocking, though, was a performance by my groom himself--he surprised me by choreographing a complete Bollywood medley for himself and his groomsmen, and it was AMAZING. Our guests are still in shock! it was hands down one of the best surprises i've ever received, and all of our Indian guests are now convinced that Dan is basically a white Bollywood star!

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?

Wedding planning is really stressful--and it can very quickly begin to feel like you're planning a party for other people, not celebrating your love or making a life-long commitment. For me, it was really helpful to stay grounded in the fact that ultimately, what I cared about was being married to Dan, so the little details (that feel huge in the moment) are put into perspective...and I highly recommend identifying a few features you and your fiance really care about and making sure those take priority in your planning.

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)

The jewelry set i wore for my Hindu wedding was a 100 year old antique set borrowed from a dear family friend. Her husband was my dad's best friend and he passed away suddenly the summer before i got married, so it felt extra special to have a token from that family with me.

We love how much thought and care went into this special wedding - We'll see you all tomorrow Maharanis!

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Photography: Photographick Studios | Catering: IndAroma | Mehndi Artists: Bhavna’s Henna and Arts | Venues: Westfields Marriott Washington Dulles | Live Music: Dholi Mastana | Planning & Design: Events by C | Sangeet Venue: Foxchase Manor | Floral & Decor: Yaadein Weddings | Hair & Makeup: Mahwish Ali Beauty | DJ: Lost Sounds Entertainment | Bridal Gown: Global Bridal Boutique | Bride's Reception Outfit: Sapana Amin Collections | Sangeet Mehndi (Guests): Blushing and Beautiful | Ice Sculpture: USA Ice


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