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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


Columbus, Ohio Fusion Wedding by Christa Kimble Fine Art Photography

We pick back up with jet-setting Michelle & Michael's classy reception gala. After an intimate and lovely wedding ceremony held at the Hindu Temple of Dayton, guests shifted to the Sheraton Columbus for an Indian fusion affair. Weddings Instyle transformed the ballroom with enormous calla lilies and sequenced table coverings that elevated the elegance and grandeur of the ballroom to the next level. Joie de Vivre Events helped to design and execute the wedding events so that no stone was left unturned, and so that the glowing couple could enjoy their ceremonies without worrying about the behind the scenes activities! Maharani Michelle looked beyond gorgeous in a turquoise lehenga that was tailored to perfection, with hair and makeup by Hey Pretty! Beauty. A highlight of the night were the speeches from the bride's father and the groom's father. Both men brought the house down with their incredible words! Also, a hit was the food and the cake! The Sheraton Columbus were behind the guests' overflowing plates and DJ Samir Productions provided the infectious rhythms behind the turntables. The dance floor was packed with people who were so excited to celebrate Michelle & Michael's love! You should check out the full gallery for more magical photos by Christa Kimble from this fun-filled extravaganza or scroll below for more details from the bride herself!

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

My husband and I met on an app called "Coffee Meets Bagel," a maybe slightly classier version of Tinder. I had been on for just a couple days when I matched with Michael. I initiated a conversation about traveling (his profile photo was one from a trip to Greece). We talked frequently; first about the basics like what types of residents we are, places we wanted to travel, etc. We then moved on to the weightier topics of Justin Bieber's hair and chocolate milk. He came to visit and we had a wonderful first day that consisted of brunch, a competition at an arcade bar, an ugly Christmas sweater party at a friend's house, and falling asleep standing up at the bar. After that day, I knew he was the one.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!

We made a goal to travel internationally each year. We decided to make a trip to Scotland in 2015 with one of his best friends from medical school and his girlfriend. We were in the beautiful Highland region. We went up a muddy hill to where a very old castle could be spotted. It had rained the night before and the ground was muddy so we couldn't take the car all the way up; we left it by a pasture of cows. The rest of the mini hike was well worth the view at the top. Michael proposed atop this hill under the bluest of skies. Chris was standing by and had captured it all on camera and had stashed a bottle of champagne in the car. We accidentally popped the cork into the cow pasture and consumed the bottle in the field. I couldn't have asked for a more perfect day.

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.

My parents took on most of the planning with the help of our wedding planner, Priscah. My parents are very organized, to say the least. They did a lot of research into venues and pricing and Michael and I had the much easier job of visiting the places and selecting the final venues. My mom and aunt selected clothes in India and FaceTimed me at home since I couldn't leave work long enough to make the trip.

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

I knew I wanted a bright color. My aunt has great taste so I trust her to pick some beautiful lenghas to choose from. I thought about a sari but I'm just not graceful enough to move around in it so opted for a lengha. The one we chose was just beautiful. I knew I wanted a royal blue lengha for the reception. My mom spent so long working on the detailing and tailoring (the tailor in India had mixed up mine and my sister's sizes so the reception outfit didn't fit initially)!

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

FOOD AND CAKE TASTING!

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?

The DJ, bar, food, Michael's dad address during our Western ceremony. Our wedding was on the smaller side for an Indian wedding (about 250) and at least half of the guests had never attended an Indian wedding. Our two sides had so much fun together and became fast friends, as evidenced by our photos!

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

The speeches from our fathers, our first dance, and the guests dancing on the mandap at the end of the reception

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

Do not sweat the little details. Pick a few things that are really important to you (for us, it was hotel room prices, good food, open bar and a good DJ) and put most of your energy there. Remember that no one will remember if something doesn't go entirely as planned, so relax a little.

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

We loved our photographer!!!! My mom made our bouquets and Michael's mom and cousin made the arrangements for our Western ceremony.

We hope you loved this chic fusion wedding! We'll see you all tomorrow!

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Floral & Decor: Weddings InStyle | Planning & Design: Joie de Vivre Events | Ceremony Venue: Hindu Temple of Dayton | Reception Venue: Sheraton Columbus at Capitol Square | Hair & Makeup: Hey Pretty! Beauty | Catering: Sheraton Columbus at Capitol Square | DJ: DJ Samir Productions | Baraat: Willow Wind & Carriage | Cake & Treats: Alice's Piece of Cake | Cinematography: CFV Productions | Photo Booth: Azar Photography | Photographer: Christa Kimble Fine Art Photography


Columbus, Ohio Fusion Wedding by Christa Kimble Fine Art Photography

This jet-setting duo were engaged in the Highland region of Scotland, where they celebrated afterwards in a field of cows with champagne and a view of a historic castle. While it seems impossible to top this epic proposal, Michelle & Michael managed to do so with the planning and design help of Joie de Vivre Events, and pulled off an incredible wedding celebration filled with color and beauty. The bride was draped in a vibrant pink lehenga embellished with gold embroidery, and looked like complete royalty in the photos by Christa Kimble Fine Art Photography. Michelle's soft makeup look created by Hey Pretty! Beauty paired perfectly with her bridal glow to create a stunning effect. Meanwhile, the crazy baraat, complete with a horse from Willow Wind & Carriagewas in full swing outside, with handsome Michael embodying the part of the excited, soon-to-be-married Raja. Weddings Instyle created such unique, clean decor designs for the couple's ceremony, and we felt refreshed gazing upon the pristine white mandap with bold red pops of color. You won't want to miss our next post on the couple's stunning reception event at the Sheraton Columbus, so check back soon! You can hear more fascinating details from the bride below, and can take a peek at the full gallery!

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

My husband and I met on an app called "Coffee Meets Bagel," a maybe slightly classier version of Tinder. I had been on for just a couple days when I matched with Michael. I initiated a conversation about traveling (his profile photo was one from a trip to Greece). We talked frequently; first about the basics like what types of residents we are, places we wanted to travel, etc. We then moved on to the weightier topics of Justin Bieber's hair and chocolate milk. He came to visit and we had a wonderful first day that consisted of brunch, a competition at an arcade bar, an ugly Christmas sweater party at a friend's house, and falling asleep standing up at the bar. After that day, I knew he was the one.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!

We made a goal to travel internationally each year. We decided to make a trip to Scotland in 2015 with one of his best friends from medical school and his girlfriend. We were in the beautiful Highland region. We went up a muddy hill to where a very old castle could be spotted. It had rained the night before and the ground was muddy so we couldn't take the car all the way up; we left it by a pasture of cows. The rest of the mini hike was well worth the view at the top. Michael proposed atop this hill under the bluest of skies. Chris was standing by and had captured it all on camera and had stashed a bottle of champagne in the car. We accidentally popped the cork into the cow pasture and consumed the bottle in the field. I couldn't have asked for a more perfect day.

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.

My parents took on most of the planning with the help of our wedding planner, Priscah. My parents are very organized, to say the least. They did a lot of research into venues and pricing and Michael and I had the much easier job of visiting the places and selecting the final venues. My mom and aunt selected clothes in India and FaceTimed me at home since I couldn't leave work long enough to make the trip.

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

I knew I wanted a bright color. My aunt has great taste so I trust her to pick some beautiful lenghas to choose from. I thought about a sari but I'm just not graceful enough to move around in it so opted for a lengha. The one we chose was just beautiful. I knew I wanted a royal blue lengha for the reception. My mom spent so long working on the detailing and tailoring (the tailor in India had mixed up mine and my sister's sizes so the reception outfit didn't fit initially)!

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

FOOD AND CAKE TASTING!

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?

The DJ, bar, food, Michael's dad address during our Western ceremony. Our wedding was on the smaller side for an Indian wedding (about 250) and at least half of the guests had never attended an Indian wedding. Our two sides had so much fun together and became fast friends, as evidenced by our photos!

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

The speeches from our fathers, our first dance, and the guests dancing on the mandap at the end of the reception

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

Do not sweat the little details. Pick a few things that are really important to you (for us, it was hotel room prices, good food, open bar and a good DJ) and put most of your energy there. Remember that no one will remember if something doesn't go entirely as planned, so relax a little.

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

We loved our photographer!!!! My mom made our bouquets and Michael's mom and cousin made the arrangements for our Western ceremony.

Check back in a bit to see more from Michelle & Michael'a reception!

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Floral & Decor: Weddings InStyle | Planning & Design: Joie de Vivre Events | Ceremony Venue: Hindu Temple of Dayton | Reception Venue: Sheraton Columbus at Capitol Square | Hair & Makeup: Hey Pretty! Beauty | Catering: Sheraton Columbus at Capitol Square | DJ: DJ Samir Productions | Baraat: Willow Wind & Carriage | Cake & Treats: Alice's Piece of Cake | Cinematography: CFV Productions | Photo Booth: Azar Photography | Photographer: Christa Kimble Fine Art Photography


Atlantic City, NJ Wedding by Arman Bappy Photography

Now we'll step into Prova and Ibon's lush ceremony and reception at The Claridge Casino Hotel, photographed by Arman Bappy Photography. Only in Atlantic City would there exist a ballroom containing this amount of decadent glamour. We can't get over its stunning details, such as the massive crystal chandeliers, gold crown molding, and painted ceiling. We also love the jewel toned draping, up lighting, and sparkly staging brought in by G&R Décor and Event House to amp up the dazzling effect in the ballroom even more. Nothing was more dazzling than the adorable Prova and Ibon however, who had an emotional garland and cake-cutting ceremony. They looked so happy to finally be married after over a decade together! Guests raved about the dessert and food at the reception, which included catering from Sagar Restaurant, and a towering, frosted masterpiece of a cake from Minos Bakery. After dinner, guests enjoyed delightful music from Mahria Shah and couldn't get enough of the photo booth brought in by Oh Snap! Booth Co.Scroll down to read more details directly from the lovely bride Prova, or to check out the full gallery of this glittering affair!

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

We met on Aug 23, 2004 at a friend’s wedding. Back in the day, everyone used Yahoo Messenger so he asked me for my ID. Finally, we chatted and met each other one month later. I don't know how, but we just fell in love with each other by emailing, chatting, and finally talking with each other when we both bought a cell phone. He is so caring and that’s how I knew that he was the one. Now we’ve been together for 13 years!

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!

He came as a professional to my house and asked permission from my father if he could marry me. My father knew he was the one because he makes me feel so happy and I wouldn't marry anyone else except for him.

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.

My parents and I had to prioritize and organize all of the wedding preparations. We had to first look for a venue that had a capacity of 500 people. Thankfully, we live in Atlantic City, NJ so casinos are a big thing in that area. We went to the Claridge Casino Hotel and booked the perfect venue for my wedding on Aug, 23, 2016. Hair and Makeup was done by the best Tamanna Nurr. Outfit was by Bombay Bridal at Jackson Heights, NY. The decor/theme/DJ/video: was by G&R Decor and Event House, and photography was by Arman Hossain Bappy. My jewelry was all 22 karat gold from Amba Jewelers and Sona Chandi from Jackson Heights, NY.

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

My idea was to be a totally traditional Bengali modern bride. So I wanted my lengha to be red and gold. I bought my beautiful lengha from Bombay Bridal.

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

The most enjoyable part of the planning process was enjoying quality time with family because usually we all work and don't have much time to spend together, so when my wedding was being planned I got to spend more time with my lovely family.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?

The guests loved my venue, stage and the best was the photobooth by Snap That Photo Booth.

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

A really special moment was the garland ceremony and the cake cutting ceremony.

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

Keep calm and just don't stress out! I know we are already stressed; however, enjoy every moment of wedding preparations because those days will never be back again.

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

My cake was from the famous Minos Bakery located at Pleasantville, NJ. My bouquet was all handmade by my mother.

Amazing right, Maharanis? We'll see you tomorrow!

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Photography: Arman Bappy Photography | Venue (Sangeet): Ramada Hotel West Atlantic City | Venue (Reception): The Claridge Casino Hotel | Planning & Design: G&R Décor and Event House | Hair & Makeup: Beauty by Tamanna | Catering: Sagar Restaurant | DJ: Mahria Shah - G&R Décor and Event House | Bridal Fashion: Bombay Bridal | Bridal Jewelry: Amba Jewelers | Cakes and Treats: Minos Bakery | Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling: Beauty by Tamanna | Event Designer: G&R Décor and Event House | Lighting: G&R Décor and Event House | Mehndi Artist: Shital - Professional Mehndi Artist | Photo Booth: Oh Snap Booth Co. | Transportation: Jitney Bus


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