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Flushing, NY Fusion Indian Wedding by Live Picture Studios

Welcome back to Ambili and Linsen’s Fusion Indian wedding! For this couple it was a no brainer when it came to wedding planning and design. Linsen took the wedding reigns in his hands and self planned his own wedding! This is most certainly not a common theme, especially in Indian weddings, and we are absolutely proud of this Maharaja! After the Jacobite Christian wedding, the bride and groom were whisked away in a horse led carriage to the Terrace at the Park. The bride slipped into a gold, floor length anarkali while the groom honored his father in a red and white sherwani. Stylish Events transformed the ballroom into equal parts elegant and lush blooms. Every bride deserves to shine like a star on her big day and Heena Das Beauty ensured this bride looked her best all night long. Guests danced to the beats of DJ USA after dining on some fine cuisine catered inhouse. Each step of the way Live Picture Studios was there to capture each precious moment. Indulge in all the love in the gallery!

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See you tomorrow Maharanis!

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Floral & Decor: Stylish Events | Hair & Makeup: Heena Das Beauty | Bridal Jewerly: Kyle's Collection Jeweler | Cakes & Treats: Terrace on the Park | Reception | Catering: Terrace on the Park | Reception | Fireworks: Courtesy of Citifield | Cinematographer: Live Picture Studios | DJ: DJ USA | Event Designer: Linsen and Ambili Samuel | Lighting: DJ USA | Mehndi Artist: Shilpa's Henna | Photobooth: DJ USA | Photographer: Live Picture Studios | Transportation: Diamond Limousine | Travel Concierge: Horse and Carriage | Venue: Cathedral of the Incarnation | Ceremony | Venue: Terrace on the Park | Reception |


Flushing, NY Fusion Indian Wedding by Live Picture Studios

Welcome to Ambili and Linsen’s fusion Indian wedding where almost everything was planned by the groom. Yes, you heard that right! Linsen had a Midas grip on wedding planning and design and cranked out a gorgeous wedding full to the brim with all the perfect personalized touches. The theme of the wedding was red and gold to honor the groom’s late father’s favorite color. A piece of the bride’s father in law was incorporated into the event and excuse while I reach over for a box of tissues. The undeniable work of Heena Das Beauty was etched on the bride’s glowing face! Kajaal rimmed eyes, nude lips and dashing blush turned this bride into a walking masterpiece. The wedding ceremony was a Jacobite Christian wedding which took place at Cathedral of the Incarnation. Each invitation was handwritten by a bridesmaid, and as you can see, Ambili most certainly had a tribe of women by her side! Tucked away in our gallery are all the gorgeous pics by Live Picture Studios.

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Head back for the reception party decorated with serious glamour in mind by Stylish Events.

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Floral & Decor: Stylish Events | Hair & Makeup: Heena Das Beauty | Bridal Jewerly: Kyle's Collection Jeweler | Cakes & Treats: Terrace on the Park | Reception | Catering: Terrace on the Park | Reception | Fireworks: Courtesy of Citifield | Cinematographer: Live Picture Studios | DJ: DJ USA | Event Designer: Linsen and Ambili Samuel | Lighting: DJ USA | Mehndi Artist: Shilpa's Henna | Photobooth: DJ USA | Photographer: Live Picture Studios | Transportation: Diamond Limousine | Travel Concierge: Horse and Carriage | Venue: Cathedral of the Incarnation | Ceremony | Venue: Terrace on the Park | Reception |


Huntington Beach, CA Fusion Indian Wedding by Hollywood Pro Wedding

Welcome back to the whimsical and charming fusion wedding celebration of Seema and Mackenzie with the final reception party commencing at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa. The day started off with a serious glam session with Brenda's Hair Salon. The bride slipped into a gorgeous, sheer anarkali that  easily one of my favorite outfits to date! Skin was left soft and sultry with classic waves that was the perfect complimentary to the lengha. My favorite aspects of this wedding were the simple and classic ones. Deepti's Floral Designs and Mandaps ensured the spacious quarters were decked out with fresh floral decor and a knockout sweetheart stage while  Creative Cakes OC baked treats for the masses. Capturing all the action was Hollywood Pro Weddings and you can find the full gallery awaiting your arrival. Read down below for all deets straight from the Maharani. 

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I met Mackenzie at the Escondido Renaissance Faire in 2015. We went to the festival dressed in our respective cultures, an Irish Druid and an Indian gypsy princess. The moment we saw each other, when a mutual friend wanted both of our help with an activity, there was a spark between us and the connection was instantaneous! We started off our relationship as best friends. The progression of our love parallels Rahul and Anjali's love story in Kuch Kuch Hota Hai: starting as best friends, eventually falling in love. After all, as Shah Rukh Khan said in the movie, "Pyar dosti hai!" I married my best friend and couldn't be more fortunate.
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Wanting to follow an Irish proposal tradition with my Irish man, as it was considered lucky in Ireland for a woman to propose to a man on Leap Year, I opened up to my mom and dad, and his mom, about planning a proposal for him. After they agreed, I planned a road trip for Mackenzie from San Diego to Washington to meet his mother and receive her blessings. Coming down from the road trip, we stayed at a beautiful lodge near Muir Beach the night before Leap Year. The next morning, as the sun rose over the Muir Beach Overlook, I asked Mackenzie to marry me, his ring in my dress pocket, guitar in my hands, and played an original song I wrote for him, with the ending lyrics, "In this life I want to be your wife." Although he accepted my proposal, something about his reaction showed that he wasn't completely surprised (perhaps because we have talked about marriage before). It was when he drove us on a scenic but very long route to San Diego, even crossing into Nevada, when I realized something would happen. Turns out, my mom let him in on my proposal secret and had planned to counter-propose! Hence, in response to my proposal, he took me to a spot in Mammoth where the sun set behind the gorgeous snowy mountains, had a beautiful ring for me as well, and concluded our road trip by asking me the same in return. 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.

Planning at times became difficult, as the wedding was set to take place in California and, shortly after the proposal, Mackenzie and I moved up to Washington with new job opportunities. I talked with my mom, dad, sister, and bridesmaids every single day, by email or phone, while working night shifts as a nurse. I was amazed to see how many people helped me plan this incredible wedding, including my relatives who flew in from India for the wedding! Had it not been for all the help from everyone, this wedding wouldn't have been as incredible as it turned out to be! The venues along with the decor themes were gorgeous. The planning and organization was amazing. My beautician made sure I looked flawless in my hair, makeup, and colorful, elegant outfits for the wedding and days leading into it. I truly felt like a princess the whole weekend!
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I wanted my bridal lengha to be a "shade" of red, but didn't want a true red color. I went with a deep magenta colored lengha, technically a shade of red but closer to my favorite color, pink, combined with gold elements. The magenta complimented our wedding theme perfectly, a cool, peacock theme, better than a red lengha would have. As soon as I had the idea, I told my mom and got the dress custom made in India.
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
My guests enjoyed the authentic fusion between my South Indian (Kerala) culture and my husbands Celtic (Irish) culture. We could see their eyes light up as we incorporated both cultures in as many of our events as possible.
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?

As I walked down the aisle with my grandmother by my side, I sung an original Gaelic song I wrote and composed. This moment always replays in my head, especially the way he looked at me when I sang and walked towards him. I have that song on my iPod, and every time it plays, I become just as emotional as I did on the day of our wedding.
Do have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?

Brides-To-Be, have fun and enjoy every moment of it, and get a wedding planner! Planning can take months and sometimes years, all to revolve around 1-3 days, involving multiple people. Enjoy every minute of it. We all want a perfect wedding, and, trust me, it will be! If you feel stressed, get a massage, meditate, paint, go shopping, get a pedicure, go jogging, do whatever is needed for you to decompress and relax. The wedding planners will be a big help. You have bridesmaids for a reason. When the family offers to help, take it! Breathe. Let go. And enjoy the whole experience!

See you tomorrow! 

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Floral & Decor: Deepti's Floral Designs & Mandaps | Cakes & Treats: Creative Cakes OC | Event Designer: Cheers To You Events - Marla Lackey | Hair & Makeup: Brenda's Hair Salon | Photobooth: Hollywood Pro Weddings | Photographer: Hollywood Pro Weddings | Planning & Design: Sona Raghupati (Bride's sister) | Venue: Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa |


Huntington Beach, CA Fusion Indian Wedding by Hollywood Pro Wedding

It is very rare to find an event handled by Deepti's Floral Designs and Mandaps that doesn't blow us away. Such is the case of Maharani Seema and who wed in holy fusion matrimony at the Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & SpaBride Seema chose a deep green raw silk sari that is making our hearts swoon. We couldn’t help but notice that this designer piece paralleled that of mega designer Sabyasachi. The outdoor venue was fancied with a gorgeous floral mandap surrounded by fresh, roses. The bride was super giddy to have celebrated her husband's Ireland upbringing with her own Indian background. This resulted in two different ceremonies full to brim with enchantment. Deepti's Floral Designs and Mandaps delivered a sublime collection of muted and monochrome outdoor decor details. Think soft and classic to deliver a powerfully chic impact. At the forefront capturing all the action was Hollywood Pro Weddings. You can find a ton more pics in our full gallery

 

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Hit refresh in a few for the gorgeous wedding! See you in a bit!

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Floral & Decor: Deepti's Floral Designs & Mandaps | Cakes & Treats: Creative Cakes OC | Event Designer: Cheers To You Events - Marla Lackey | Hair & Makeup: Brenda's Hair Salon | Photobooth: Hollywood Pro Weddings | Photographer: Hollywood Pro Weddings | Planning & Design: Sona Raghupati (Bride's sister) | Venue: Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort & Spa |


Atlanta, GA Fusion Indian Wedding by Peter Togel Photography

The amount of energy brimming from Melissa and Boo’s wedding has me feening for a fusion wedding! The bride and groom honored both their Filipino and Indian background with a gorgeous ceremony at the Biltmore Ballrooms. The bride and groom took special care to create an interfaith ceremony that was meaningful to both of them and, respectful to their families’ cultures and traditions, and enjoyable for our guests that came from all religions and backgrounds. Personalized coke bottles we handed out as wedding favors for the wedding guests. A gown this gorgeous needs to be utilized and the bride sashayed away to an elegantly decorated ballroom at the Biltmore for the grand finale. The crowd was swept away with the lively energy of the Nice Entertainment. One of my favorite elements as of late has seeing videos of live entertainment at weddings. There is just something so elegant and romantic with a personal serenade. Hungry guests chowed down on some lovely catering by Endive and dessert from Publix Midtown before hitting the dance floor. Peter Togel Photography combined their creative vision and artistic skills to deliver all of these gorgeous images to Maharani Weddings. A hard feat was picking some images to showcase Melissa’s big day, but you can find all the love brimming in our fusion filled gallery.

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See you tomorrow dolls! 

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Photography: Peter Togel Photography | Bridal Fashions | White Wedding Gown: Winnie Couture | Bridal Jewerly | Wedding Ring Set: Dorton Co | Cakes & Treats: Publix Midtown | Catering: Endive | DJ: Nice Entertainment | Live Music: Nice Entertainment | Hans on the Board Nick on Sax and Deshone on Drums | Hair & Makeup: Vigilante Cosmetics | Invitations: Marigold Invites | Hindu Officiant: Dr. Majumudar | Ceremony and Reception Venue: The Biltmore Ballrooms | Transportation: Dart Transportation Solutions | Groom Fashion: Ranisha of Binari Art | Cinematographer: Indy Productions | Christian Officiant: Athens Wedding Minister | Cupcakes: Camicakes | Event Coordinator: Robin Smith of Rhapsody in Blooms | Rehearsal Dinner: The Garden Terrace at Community Smith | Planning & Design: Rhapsody in Blooms | Floral & Decor: Rhapsody in Blooms |


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