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Keyport, NJ Indian Wedding by Manish & Sung Photography

We are pleased to find that you have returned for the details of Maharani Suchita and Sunny’s reception party at the Addison Park NJ. Flawless Beauty by Pauline returned as her final duty in beautifying Suchita for her grand finale with a soft, side swept curls and rosy, full face glow. The bride wore a light pink and silver gown that was harmonious to Sunny’s navy blue suit. We always love a 360 degree change of venue and Abhishek Decorators knew their way around this ballroom! The decor centered around the couple’s outfits and the venue was bathed in an illuminating shade of hues of purple. The room was not the only thing lit! The dance floor was jam packed with fun with Ultimate Sounds of DJ Manish on the sound stage. With specialities such as cashew nut rolls and falafel, guests were in for a real treat with cuisine catered from Moghul Catering and succulent dessert catered in house from Addison Park. The evening was full of laughter and glee captured charmingly by Manish & Sung Photography with the images that can be found in the gallery. Want to know how a bride goes into planning her various wedding events? Take a gander down below for a special Q & A with the bride!

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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.

Our venue was the first decision we made in our planning process. Addison Park not only accommodated our guest count and had a great professional staff, but it also had its own personality that we loved at first sight. The natural light coming through its windows and skylights inspired a yellow white and gold color theme for our ceremony. Our bridal party wore different shades of warm yellows and gold, and the florals and decor followed suit. All of our vendors, photographers & videographers were very receptive to our vision and theme, and the morning festivities were executed and captured beautifully, thanks to them!

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

Our families and closest friends were so involved in coordinating our wedding day, they were basically the best wedding planners a couple could ask for! Thanks to them, our planning process was fun and manageable at the same time.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?

The Viennese dessert display was so popular at our reception, it was hard to get people back onto the dance floor afterwards! Thankfully our DJ and dholi were there to save the day with some wicked beats.

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.

For our reception, we based our theme on Sunny and my outfit colors: my light pink and silver gown, and Sunny's complementary navy blue suit. About 45 members of our family and friends, all choreographed by Sunny's brother and my brother, worked together to perform a more than 15-minute long production complete with skits, dances and videos, and dressed in our pink and blue theme to depict a Patels and Shahs showdown!

Looking for an invitation and stationery company to help you announce your big day? The bride went with Siddhi Cards to help shout the news of her marriage! See you tomorrow with more tips and wedding galore!

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Mehndi Artists: Bridal Henna Artist | Hair & Makeup: Flawless Beauty by Pauline | Photography: Manish and Sung Photography | Floral & Decor: Abhishek Decorators | Catering: Moghul Caterers | Draping/Styling: Flawless Beauty by Pauline | Baraat: Ultimate Soundz by DJ Manish | Bridal Fashions: Asbaab by Madiha Farooq | Cakes & Treats: Addison Park | Cinematographer: Cavallini Films by Joe Cavallini | Dj & Entertainment: Ultimate Soundz by DJ Manish | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Siddhi Cards | Lighting: Ultimate Soundz by DJ Manish | Live Music (Garba singer): Varsha Joshi | Live Music: Harsh Tear | Rentals (Audio/Visual Effects): Infamy by Amit Vasani | Transportation: Echo Lakes Stables | Venue: Addison Park


Keyport, NJ Indian Wedding by Manish & Sung Photography

It’s the classic love tale of high school sweethearts. From Taco Bell dates to prom then off to college, it was clear as day and the many moons that passed that Maharani Suchita and Sunny were destined soul mates. After Sunny’s surprise proposal, it was time for Suchita to build the ultimate wedding dream team. Although she planned many of her auspicious events herself, this Maharani knew that the next step would be to find a makeup beauty queen to help prepare her for the big day. Flawless Beauty by Pauline was the perfect makeup guru for this task and not only did she fine tune this bride in the beauty department, she also ensured that not a pleat was untucked on the bride’s gorgeous red and gold lengha. Sunny’s baraat came storming into the Addison Park NJ led by Ultimate Soundz by DJ Manish. The bride and groom wed under a snowy white and gold draped mandap with a single gold chandelier fashioned by Abhishek Decorators. Cavallini Films by Joe Cavallini got in on the live action and Manish & Sung Photography caught all the stills you can find floating in the gallery. We have a treat with the bride spilling details on planning on her big day down below! 

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

Sunny and I met in high school ten years ago. He was a Senior, I was a Junior, and we just clicked! We began our story as just two teenagers that liked each other: we hung out together with mutual friends, went to see movies, had Taco Bell dates, used too many minutes on our phone plans, and eventually we went to prom together. When he went off to college, we continued our relationship as a long distance one, which ended up lasting almost eight years through different schools, different jobs, etc. But we grew together, stayed together and made it official two years ago when he proposed! I'm pretty sure I knew back in high school that Sunny was "the one," but every year following it became more and more obvious that we belonged together!

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!

I flew over to visit Sunny in Carlsbad, California over Thanksgiving week of 2014. Little did I know, he had some big things planned for us! Sunny mentioned that he had booked a small dinner cruise that his coworkers recommended to him via Groupon, and he had told me to bring the dress that he had gifted me for my birthday. This sounded great to me, but I was completely unsuspecting about any larger plans. Early on November 26th, Sunny and I drove down to La Jolla to see Louis Kahn’s Salk Institute. I'm an architect, so in my opinion this was already becoming a perfect day. That evening, we drove down to San Diego and over the Coronado Bridge for our cruise. A man met me and Sunny on Coronado Island and took us on a small raft to a larger sailboat. It turned out that this alleged “Groupon dinner cruise” was actually a private boat that Sunny had booked for just the two of us. And so we sailed out under the Coronado Bridge towards Tijuana. Just as the sun was setting, Sunny got down on one knee, and I was speechless before I finally said “uh…first of all…YES!”

We are coming right up with the wedding and reception where Moghul Caterers dishes out delectable Indian food to hungry guests! See you in a jiffy!

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Mehndi Artists: Bridal Henna Artist | Hair & Makeup: Flawless Beauty by Pauline | Photography: Manish and Sung Photography | Floral & Decor: Abhishek Decorators | Catering: Moghul Caterers | Draping/Styling: Flawless Beauty by Pauline | Baraat: Ultimate Soundz by DJ Manish | Bridal Fashions: Asbaab by Madiha Farooq | Cakes & Treats: Addison Park | Cinematographer: Cavallini Films by Joe Cavallini | Dj & Entertainment: Ultimate Soundz by DJ Manish | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Siddhi Cards | Lighting: Ultimate Soundz by DJ Manish | Live Music (Garba singer): Varsha Joshi | Live Music: Harsh Tear | Rentals (Audio/Visual Effects): Infamy by Amit Vasani | Transportation: Echo Lakes Stables | Venue: Addison Park


Chicago, IL Sikh Wedding by Robert Swiderski Photography

Hi, dolls! If you didn't get a chance to check out Maharani Bhavjot’s sangeet, make sure you check into the details before you dive into her auspicious wedding and reception! The day of events began at the hands of Bushra Abassi who was in house bright and early to doll up our bride. The bride and groom were picture perfect for Robert Swiderski Photography settling on a “pretty in pink” theme. The bride was a natural stunner in her own right, but Kate Johnson upped this beauty a notch with glowing dewy makeup, eyelashes for days and the perfect winged liner. Bhavjot’s one of a kind, baby pink wedding anarkali was most definitely a head turner as she made her grand entrance into the Palatine Gurdwara. After the wedding ceremony ended, the day turned into night as guests trickled into the Drake Hotel for the reception. The bride completely transformed her look and slipped into a stunning slate grey lengha that interfused classic Bollywood and modern sophistication. With Kate Johnson helming all the reception beauty rituals, this bride was a complete knockout as she danced the night away. This makeup artist certainly knnows her way around a blush brush! The extravagant ballroom was decked out with luxury abundance by Shaadi Creations. Guests enjoyed an evening of music leisure by DJ Sunny Entertainment and dined on innovative cuisine from Gaylord. Bhavjot and Prabtej had a beautiful series of wedding events planned to the nine by Events by Nisar in some of Chicago’s most coveted locations. Head into the gallery for more wedding fun!

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We enjoyed sharing such a beautiful love affair with you all! See you tomorrow!

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Hair & Makeup: Kate Johnson Artistry | Baraat: Tejasvir | Cakes & Treats: Cake | Catering: Gaylord | Cinematographer: I Do Films | Dj & Entertainment: DJ Sunny Entertainment | Floral & Décor: Shaadi Creations | Hair & Makeup: Make-up by Bushra Abassi | Photographer: Robert Swiderski Photography | Planning & Design: Events by Nisar | Venue (Sangeet): Pazzo's | Venue: Palatine Gurdwara | Venue: Drake Hotel


Dallas, TX Fusion Wedding by Hiram Trillo Art Photography

The force was totally with Archana and Jim’s evening shindig that struck the right balance between funky and elegant. Thanks to the brilliance of K.I. Weddings, and the expertise of Decor One, the soiree incorporated elements of Star Wars via light sabers and a romantic midnight theme. While Decor One was unrestrained when it came to florals, they were careful not to go overboard given the richness of the colors used. A midnight blue metallic backdrop was offset with blush coral drapes. The tables and centerpieces were adorned with gorgeous pink and white blooms. One of the many highlights was the inverted royal blue cake by Celebrity Cafe & Bakery, clearly a design masterpiece. In keeping with the theme, Archana opted for a sumptuous velvet lengha in navy, featuring a cutwork gold border that was to die for! Something we had never seen before was Jim’s gold bow tie, that worked so wonderfully with his charcoal suit, and his Maharani’s navy and gold ensemble. The night of lightsaber dueling, Bollywood dancing, and a bucketload of fun came to a close with DJ Prashant Poudyal setting the dance floor on fire with his hit mixes! These photos from Hiram Trillo Art Photography are simply out of the world, and you can check them all out via our gallery.

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Hump Day? What is that? Archana and Jim’s fabulous wedding bash took away all our midweek blues and only left behind a ton of inspiration. Indulge in more such gorgeousness by visiting our blog tomorrow!

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Planning & Design: K.I. Weddings | Bridal Fashions: Draped2Nines | Photography: Hiram Trillo Art Photography | Floral & Decor: Decor One | Cinematography: Memories Films | Mehndi Artists: Zohra Ajani | Cake & Treats: Celebrity Cafe & Bakery | Hair & Makeup: Makeup By Shilpa | Catering (Sangeet & Reception): The Saffron House | Catering (Ceremony Lunch): Vindu Indian Cuisine | Dandelion Cheesecakes: Dessert Station | Dessert Station: La Duni Latin Cafe | DJ: DJ Prashant | Baraat and Vidaii: Old Tyme Carriage Co.


Dallas, TX Fusion Wedding by Hiram Trillo Art Photography

Let’s just begin by saying that if this were a competition, Archana and Jim’s wedding would receive all three medals. Seriously…WOW! This Telugu fusion extravaganza was orchestrated by none other than the rockstars at, yes you guessed right, K.I. Weddings! We still wonder how they manage to marvel us every single time. There are so many elements exclusive to Telugu weddings, and only Hiram Trillo Art Photography could have done justice to it. Red is truly Maharani Archana’s color, because that perfectly pleated and draped Kanjeevaram sari looked glorious on her (yes, she looked like a princess even when she was seated in a bamboo basket.) Sari draping is a tough skill to master, and that said, Draped 2 Nines did one neat job with Archana’s. Kudos to Makeup by Shilpa for doing such an awesome job with our bride’s clean and fuss-free makeup, and the sleek jasmine-flower-adorned traditional Telugu braid. We were in awe of Decor One’s work on the entire ballroom, starting with the aisle entrance that featured decadent red curtains on an antique gold columned archway. A little display included an aesthetically written “this is how our story begins…”, creating a perfect segue into the aisle that was bedecked with rose petals, floating chandeliers, and glass vases with red flowers atop gold columns. With such a gorgeous build up to it, the mandap surely did not disappoint! The semi arch structure with red, pastel orange, and lace gold drapes was a sight to behold. To top it all off, a dramatic, draped floral dome on the ceiling was one gorgeous finishing touch. The delicious spread of regional delicacies was catered by Vindu Indian Cuisine. The live action was captured on film by Memories Films. Revel in this red and gold fiesta by heading straight to the gallery, one that you do not want to miss! 

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We’ll see you soon at Archana and Jim’s swanky reception where K.I. Weddings created the sweetest scene in collaboration with Decor One. Be back in a moment!

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Planning & Design: K.I. Weddings | Bridal Fashions: Draped2Nines | Photography: Hiram Trillo Art Photography | Floral & Decor: Decor One | Cinematography: Memories Films | Mehndi Artists: Zohra Ajani | Cake & Treats: Celebrity Cafe & Bakery | Hair & Makeup: Makeup By Shilpa | Catering (Sangeet & Reception): The Saffron House | Catering (Ceremony Lunch): Vindu Indian Cuisine | Dandelion Cheesecakes: Dessert Station | Dessert Station: La Duni Latin Cafe | DJ: DJ Prashant | Baraat and Vidaii: Old Tyme Carriage Co.


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