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Falls Church, VA Indian Wedding by Akbar Sayed Photography

Today we venture into Marriott Falls Church for the wedding ceremony of Farah and Raheel as they wed in blissful matrimony. The bride walked down the aisle in traditional Pakistani attire that she designed herself. The gold and champagne dusted embroidered georgette anarkali suit is a design that Farah worked relentlessly on to get right. The bride has gushed about how much she loved designing her own clothing and these photos clearly show the bride shining during her prime time! After the bride and groom exchanged rings and officially became husband and wife by friend and officiant Tariq Syed, it was time to wind down for the Walima.The grand finale was held at the auspicious BWI Marriott which was decked out by New Era Events. The room was bathed in a romantic candlelit glow with the sweetheart stage draped in chandeliers. Guests couldn’t stop raving about Farah’s choice of bridal wear, all the performances, the fabulous decor, and of course the food was a hit. The memories captured in the gallery by Akbar Sayed Photography have been forever memorialized with Samson Productions capturing all the live action.

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We end today’s Platinum Guide note with this fab wedding but will unveil another great wedding come tomorrow! See you then.

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Cinematography: Samson Productions | Venues: Hilton Baltimore BWI Airport | Photography: Akbar Sayed Photography | Bridal Fashions: Asfa Butt (Pakistan) | Bridal Fashions (Shoes): Jimmy Choo | Bridal Jewelry: Tacori | Cakes & Treats: Fluffy Thoughts Cake | Catering (Mehndi): Bano Kobab | Catering (Wedding): Diya | DJ and Entertainment: DJ Romyo | Floral & Décor: New Era Events | Hair & Makeup (Wedding & Walima): Caitlyn Meyer | Mehndi Artist: Artistry by Arti | Planning & Design: Farah (Bride) | Officiant: Tariq Syed | Mehndi and Ceremony Venue: Falls Church Marriott Fairview Park | Reception Venue: BWI Airport Marriott


Falls Church, VA Indian Wedding by Akbar Sayed Photography

Raheel and Farah met through mutual friends ten years ago. It was this Maharaja’s infectious funny nature that really had Farah sweeping. As all of us ladies know, a husband that keeps you laughing is  one of the best perks of marriage! It was during a key moment during dinner at a favorite restaurant that Farah knew she had found the one. Farah wanted to personalize each special event herself and took on the role as wedding planner. Each instrumental moment of designing the gown quickly became a memory that the bride was proud to be part of. For the beautifying process, Caitlyn Meyer was brought on to create the perfect bridal look for Farah. Artistry by Arti handcrafted intricate henna designs that were the perfect traditional complementary to the bride’s overall look. After the bride was all ready, it was time to meet her beau. One of the most memorable moments of the day was the first look! Akbar Sayed Photography captured all the stills for the night with Samson Productions shooting all the live action. Head into the gallery if you are seeking ideas and inspiration for your Pakistani wedding. Farah was kind enough to share the special details of her wedding celebration down below!

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Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!

The night before Raheel proposed to me, we were supposed to go to dinner at my friends house. He couldn't tell me, but he backed out on dinner at the last minute because he was secretly going to pick up my ring that he custom made. I of course was irritated that he cancelled last minute. The next day, a group of us were surprising my best friend and her husband with a dinner for their wedding anniversary. Since I was one of the hosts, I got to the dinner early and Raheel was running late. Raheel's best friend, T, met me early and gave me company while we waited for the other guests to arrive. While we waited, T, asked me when I thought Raheel was going to put a ring on it. I replied i have NO idea and thought nothing of the question. Towards the end of the dinner, Raheel I asked Raheel for his jacket. Since the ring was in the jacket he started to act weird. I still had no clue. He quickly dropped his phone on the floor and asked me to pick it up (if you know Raheel, he NEVER EVER drops his phone). I bent down to get the phone and when I turned back around he had pulled out the ring and everyone started screaming. He gave a little speech and of course I said Yes.

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 planned my wedding with the help of course of my mom and sister and friends. I could not have gotten anywhere without them. My aunt brought some things from India and all my clothes came from Pakistan. Overall i loved each vendor I picked. I made it a point to pick vendors that I could have a great time with, because after all they were going to put together an important day for Raheel and I.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?

I wanted a hybrid western/eastern gown for my wedding. I wanted to make a more modern version of my mom's wedding lengha, so I always wanted to wear white or ivory. I found a picture of something I thought was the middle ground between East and West and asked my designer to help me make the dress the way I wanted it.

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

There are so many...I was not there, but when my mom and Raheel met at the mehndi for the first time. The photographer captured that moment really well and that picture still brings tears to my eyes. Another moment was when they opened the doors before I walked down the aisle. All I looked at was Raheel's face and he had a huge smile. That made me at peace. Last moment(s) was that my little nephew, Gian, was by my side through all the festivities. When I was getting ready or when we were just hanging out, he always was there like a little body guard/maid of honor. I cherish those moments.

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.

I loved everything! Both sides did amazing jobs at the dances. We had a good mix of dances.The mannequin challenge was a crowd favorite. All the details were great. I made uniforms for the caterers and bartenders that had our hashtag on it. I was happy that all my vendors obliged to everything and it was a really smooth wedding. All my vendors were amazing! ALL OF THEM! From my gown, to my photography, to video, make up, cake, food, the decor! My decorator went out of his way to do lots of things for me that he really didn't have to. I still talk to all of my vendors!!! I love them!

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

Just relax. It will all work out, even if something goes wrong (which it will), just let it go and enjoy. In the end it's about you and your man and that's all that counts. Also build a relationship with your vendors. The more you all vibe together, the stronger your trust will be and the better your outcome will be.

We return right back with the wedding ceremony details as well as the reception party at the BWI Marriott!

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Cinematography: Samson Productions | Photography: Akbar Sayed Photography | Bridal Fashions: Asfa Butt (Pakistan) | Bridal Fashions (Shoes): Jimmy Choo | Bridal Jewelry: Tacori | Cakes & Treats: Fluffy Thoughts Cake | Catering (Mehndi): Bano Kobab | Catering (Wedding): Diya | DJ and Entertainment: DJ Romyo | Floral & Décor: New Era Events | Hair & Makeup (Wedding & Walima): Caitlyn Meyer | Mehndi Artist: Artistry by Arti | Planning & Design: Farah (Bride) | Officiant: Tariq Syed | Mehndi and Ceremony Venue: Falls Church Marriott Fairview Park | Reception Venue: BWI Airport Marriott


Washington DC Indian Fusion Wedding by Timmester Photography

We now join Lexie & Rahul at their sophisticated holiday-themed wedding reception at the lux Four Seasons Hotel. After a jam-packed day, which included both their Hindu ceremony and Christian ceremony, the couple and their guests were ready to let loose! The reception blended the couple's backgrounds perfectly, resulting in a fusion event that honored both Lexie and Rahul's traditions and families. All photos were beautifully captured by Timmester Photography, while Bella Note did an incredible job making sure that all events were planned to perfection and transitioned seamlessly. Toulies en Fleur and L'Ambiance created the florals and decor, and the ballroom at the Four Seasons looked chic with lavish red and white centerpieces and elegant table settings. Maharani Lexie was dressed in a white, fairytale ball gown for her reception, with mehndi by Bhavna Naik, and perfectly glamorous hair and makeup by Behind the Veil. We especially loved the couple's tiered white cake that was subtly decorated with mehndi designs - such a lovely blend of Eastern and Western designs. Planet DJ Productions returned to get the party started with lively music and lighting, and guests swarmed the dance floor all night long. Scroll down to read our interview with Lexie and look through the full gallery for more from this awesome event!

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

Rahul and I first met at brunch in Chicago with two of our mutual friends, Siri and Shawn. He had gone to high school with them, and Siri was my roommate and one of my best friends from college. Rahul had just moved to Chicago to complete some medical school rotations. He remembers that "I laughed at all of his jokes" during brunch. After a lot of group hangouts, and lots of texting, we started spending time together one-on-one, and the rest is history! I knew he was the one when we first were spending time together because we would put on movies to watch but would end up just spending hours talking and not paying attention to the movies! I knew there had to be something special there when we could talk for hours and hours and bond over so many shared interests and experiences.

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.

We knew we had our work cut out for us with planning because we had decided to have a Catholic ceremony, Hindu ceremony, and reception all in one day! Luckily, we had amazing people that helped us plan and put everything together. Sara Bauleke of BellaNotte was our wedding planner, and she helped us make sure all of the details were just right. We decided on the Four Seasons right away, and Nicole Rachek and her team there were so great throughout the planning process, and especially on the day of! Their service was impeccable. I based all of our colors and overall decor themes on this one beautiful bouquet with deep reds, soft pinks, white, and gold that I found on Pinterest. Then all of our amazing vendors were able to help bring everything to life from our invitations to the flowers, the mandap, and more!

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?

My mother-in-law, Jyoti, was able to travel to India to select fabrics and designs for my lengha, as well as for all of the bridesmaids and female family members. She would send me pictures or facetime with me and together we were able to decide on the best choices! I always had red and gold in mind because I love traditional red bridal saris and lenghas, and red and gold also seemed very appropriate for my color scheme and for the time of year. We were able to find the most beautiful fabric and I am so happy with how everything turned out!

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

I think Rahul and I both really enjoyed planning the music for our wedding. We had decided to have a band (Bachelor Boys Band) and a DJ (Planet DJ Productions), so that we could incorporate Indian music into the evening. We loved meeting with the DJ and went to several showcases put on the band to decide how many musicians we wanted and what songs we wanted to have played! It was fun to listen to songs together and we were able to start to visualize our reception in the process. I think we both also really enjoyed our food tasting, because we were lucky to have two different tastings! Like the music, we wanted to incorporate all of our favorite foods into the evening, including lots of delicious Indian food! We were very happy to include items like Maryland crab cakes and our favorite french fries from Bourbon Steak along with an amazing shahi paneer and daal makhani dish.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?

I think that our guests loved that we were able to blend our two cultures and traditions into one fun-filled day and, for many guests, it was either the first Catholic ceremony or first Hindu ceremony they had ever been to! The Baraat is definitely something that everyone still talks about - despite the cold weather, everyone was dancing up a sweat and traffic on M Street in Georgetown even came to a halt! Our dance floor was jam packed throughout the reception as well, so we definitely know that everyone loved our band and DJ and the fluid transition from one to the other throughout the night.

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

Sharing our first dance as husband and wife was really special and is something that we will both remember forever. It was a moment that I think we had both imagined a lot during the wedding planning and when we were finally dancing together in front of all of our family and friends, it was so exciting and surreal. Rahul really dipped me at the end too!

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 and Mendhi Party took place on the Thursday before the wedding, and the decor of the evening was colorful and Bollywood-themed! Rahul's mom worked with Priti Verma from L'Ambiance and they created a night that felt like we stepped onto a Bollywood film set! I had previously had my mehndi done at their house before the beginning of the sangeet, but all of our family and friends really enjoyed being able to have mehndi done at the party, especially those who had experienced it before!

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

Don't stress too much and try to enjoy the planning process because - I think it's very easy to get caught up in the details, but everything will turn out exactly as it should be. Our wedding day was the best day of our lives because we surrounded by all of our favorite people. Also really try to stay in the moment and be present on the day of the wedding, because it will fly by! And make sure you have an amazing photographer so you have pictures to look at for years to come!

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

I was really excited about our cake! I asked for the design to have a bit of an Indian/paisley design so that it almost looked like the cake had mehndi on it, and it came out beautifully. The design was very subtle and the perfect touch.

We'll see you tomorrow Maharanis!

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DJ: Planet DJ Productions | Mehndi Artists: Bhavna’s Henna and Arts | Baraat: Planet DJ Productions | Sangeet Venue: Peter & Paul Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church Banquet Hall | Ceremony Venue: Holy Trinity Catholic Church | Reception Venue: Four Seasons Hotel Washington DC | Planning & Design: Bella Note | Hair & Makeup: Behind the Veil | Transportation: Harmon's Hayrides and Carriages | Photographer: Timmester Photography | Cakes & Treats: The Four Seasons Georgetown | Invitations & Wedding Day Stationery: Paperzest (Custom Stationery) | Floral & Decor: Toulies en Fleur | Mandap & Ganesh: L'Ambiance | Catering: The Four Seasons Hotel & Spilled Milk Catering | Wedding Band: The Bachelor Boys | Bridal Fashions: Modern Trousseau | Lighting: PSAV at The Four Seasons | Rentals - Linens: Perfect Settings | Rentals - Chairs: DC Rental | Rentals - Pipe & Drape: Fabrications


Washington DC Indian Fusion Wedding by Timmester Photography

On a beautiful morning in Chicago, Lexie and Rahul met over brunch. They immediately clicked - they laughed at all of each other's jokes and could talk about their shared interests endlessly. The rest is history! This ambitious couple held their Hindu ceremony, Christian ceremony, AND reception all in one day! In today's posts, we'll take you through their beautiful, whirlwind celebrations. While it's hard for us to comprehend executing so many events in one day, the couple had the help of some great vendors. Timmester Photography captured stills from the festivities, while Bella Note oversaw planning and design, Toulies en Fleur provided gorgeous floral and decor concepts, and L'Ambiance provided the breathtaking mandap and Ganesha. Maharani Lexie looked gorgeous during her Hindu ceremony, dressed in a classic red and gold lehenga that she selected from India. Her incredible mehndi was done by Bhavna Naik, with hair and makeup by Behind the Veil. A huge highlight from the day was the baraat, with traffic coming to a halt on M Street in Georgetown since onlookers wanted to catch a glimpse of the dancing! Guests broke a serious sweat as they rocked out to music and beats by Planet DJ Productions. We'll be back soon to discuss the rest of Lexie and Rahul's amazing events. In the meantime, you can read more below about the behind the scenes details from Lexie, or you can check out the full gallery below!

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

Rahul and I first met at brunch in Chicago with two of our mutual friends, Siri and Shawn. He had gone to high school with them, and Siri was my roommate and one of my best friends from college. Rahul had just moved to Chicago to complete some medical school rotations. He remembers that "I laughed at all of his jokes" during brunch. After a lot of group hangouts, and lots of texting, we started spending time together one-on-one, and the rest is history! I knew he was the one when we first were spending time together because we would put on movies to watch but would end up just spending hours talking and not paying attention to the movies! I knew there had to be something special there when we could talk for hours and hours and bond over so many shared interests and experiences.

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.

We knew we had our work cut out for us with planning because we had decided to have a Catholic ceremony, Hindu ceremony, and reception all in one day! Luckily, we had amazing people that helped us plan and put everything together. Sara Bauleke of BellaNotte was our wedding planner, and she helped us make sure all of the details were just right. We decided on the Four Seasons right away, and Nicole Rachek and her team there were so great throughout the planning process, and especially on the day of! Their service was impeccable. I based all of our colors and overall decor themes on this one beautiful bouquet with deep reds, soft pinks, white, and gold that I found on Pinterest. Then all of our amazing vendors were able to help bring everything to life from our invitations to the flowers, the mandap, and more!

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?

My mother-in-law, Jyoti, was able to travel to India to select fabrics and designs for my lengha, as well as for all of the bridesmaids and female family members. She would send me pictures or facetime with me and together we were able to decide on the best choices! I always had red and gold in mind because I love traditional red bridal saris and lenghas, and red and gold also seemed very appropriate for my color scheme and for the time of year. We were able to find the most beautiful fabric and I am so happy with how everything turned out!

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

I think Rahul and I both really enjoyed planning the music for our wedding. We had decided to have a band (Bachelor Boys Band) and a DJ (Planet DJ Productions), so that we could incorporate Indian music into the evening. We loved meeting with the DJ and went to several showcases put on the band to decide how many musicians we wanted and what songs we wanted to have played! It was fun to listen to songs together and we were able to start to visualize our reception in the process. I think we both also really enjoyed our food tasting, because we were lucky to have two different tastings! Like the music, we wanted to incorporate all of our favorite foods into the evening, including lots of delicious Indian food! We were very happy to include items like Maryland crab cakes and our favorite french fries from Bourbon Steak along with an amazing shahi paneer and daal makhani dish.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?

I think that our guests loved that we were able to blend our two cultures and traditions into one fun-filled day and, for many guests, it was either the first Catholic ceremony or first Hindu ceremony they had ever been to! The Baraat is definitely something that everyone still talks about - despite the cold weather, everyone was dancing up a sweat and traffic on M Street in Georgetown even came to a halt! Our dance floor was jam packed throughout the reception as well, so we definitely know that everyone loved our band and DJ and the fluid transition from one to the other throughout the night.

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

Sharing our first dance as husband and wife was really special and is something that we will both remember forever. It was a moment that I think we had both imagined a lot during the wedding planning and when we were finally dancing together in front of all of our family and friends, it was so exciting and surreal. Rahul really dipped me at the end too!

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 and Mendhi Party took place on the Thursday before the wedding, and the decor of the evening was colorful and Bollywood-themed! Rahul's mom worked with Priti Verma from L'Ambiance and they created a night that felt like we stepped onto a Bollywood film set! I had previously had my mehndi done at their house before the beginning of the sangeet, but all of our family and friends really enjoyed being able to have mehndi done at the party, especially those who had experienced it before!

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

Don't stress too much and try to enjoy the planning process because - I think it's very easy to get caught up in the details, but everything will turn out exactly as it should be. Our wedding day was the best day of our lives because we surrounded by all of our favorite people. Also really try to stay in the moment and be present on the day of the wedding, because it will fly by! And make sure you have an amazing photographer so you have pictures to look at for years to come!

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

I was really excited about our cake! I asked for the design to have a bit of an Indian/paisley design so that it almost looked like the cake had mehndi on it, and it came out beautifully. The design was very subtle and the perfect touch.

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GUIDE
style
Fusion
Ballroom
Romantic
season
Winter
color
DJ: Planet DJ Productions | Mehndi Artists: Bhavna’s Henna and Arts | Baraat: Planet DJ Productions | Sangeet Venue: Peter & Paul Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church Banquet Hall | Ceremony Venue: Holy Trinity Catholic Church | Reception Venue: Four Seasons Hotel Washington DC | Planning & Design: Bella Note | Mandap & Ganesh: L'Ambiance | Hair & Makeup: Behind the Veil | Transportation: Harmon's Hayrides and Carriages | Photographer: Timmester Photography | Cakes & Treats: The Four Seasons Georgetown | Invitations & Wedding Day Stationery: Paperzest (Custom Stationery) | Floral & Decor: Toulies en Fleur | Catering: The Four Seasons Hotel & Spilled Milk Catering | Wedding Band: The Bachelor Boys | Bridal Fashions: Modern Trousseau | Lighting: PSAV at The Four Seasons | Rentals - Linens: Perfect Settings | Rentals - Chairs: DC Rental | Rentals - Pipe & Drape: Fabrications


Austin, TX Indian Wedding by Joey T Photography

Nikita and Rohan's reception at the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa was a royal, purple affair with candles displayed as far as the eye could see! Prashe Decor stayed true to Nikita's vision of an elegant, neutral affair, while highlighting some bold pops of color, such as the fuchsia and orange florals and violet uplighting. The K.I. Weddings team stepped in to once again make sure that every detail at the reception was executed to perfection! The newlyweds exuded sophistication during this event. Maharani Nikita looked graceful in a glittering, golden gown with hair and makeup by The Infinite Perfectionwhile Rohan rocked a James Bond-esque tuxedo. After an incredible reception program, including a showstopping skit and dance in which the bridesmaids and groomsmen retold the story of Nikita and Rohan's epic romance, guests feasted on a rich Indian meal by Bombay BistroDJ Prashant Poudyal created a customized Gobo for the couple that served as a beautiful focal piece while he played music that kept guests going wild on the dance floor! Click below to view the full gallery of photographs captured by Joey T Photography!

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Tell us about your reception's decor, style, dances, and all the special details.

For our reception, Rohan wore a classic black tux and I wore a glittery gold gown. I wanted this event to be neutral and elegant. All our tables had matching champagne colored tablecloths, with our sweetheart table standing out with a glittery covering! All the tables had bright florals for pops of colors (purples, oranges, fushia) and our whole event was lit in a dim purple light. There were candles everywhere - from the head tables to the 10 ft wall of candles behind our DJ as a main focal point. Our monogram designed by our DJ really pulled the whole event together. The highlight in our eyes was the EPIC wedding performance put on by our bridesmaids and groomsmen. The dance/skit highlighted our 6 year relationship and it was extra special as our whole wedding party has seen our relationship grow throughout college and after (many of our friends were past roommates, siblings, and sorority/fraternity members). We danced the night away past 1am and I enjoyed seeing so many of my parent's friends having the time of their lives, most who have watched me grow up since I was born.

Every detail of this wedding seemed so thought out and perfect! We'll see you all tomorrow!

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Winter
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Floral & Decor: Prashe Decor | Planning & Design: K.I. Weddings | Photographer: Joey T Photography | Venue: Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort & Spa | Hair & Makeup: The Infinite Perfection | Catering: Bombay Bistro | DJ: DJ Prashant Poudyal | Cinematography: Epique Cinema | Mehndi Artist: Nisha


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