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Maryland and Virginia Pakistani Wedding by Akbar Sayed Photography

We are absolutely in love with all the glitz and glam of Maharani Fhiza and Shiraz’s wedding reception party at the Waterford Receptions and can’t wait to tell you all about it! For her grand finale, the bride slipped into a mint green and coral wedding style salwaar kameez. Luscious locks and glowing skin by Afshan Khan completed the bridal look. The venue was transformed into a luxurious haven by the artistry works of Sarah Khan Event Styling. The sweetheart stage was flourishing with fresh blooms and romantic lighting. Hungry guests dined on specialty catering from Karahi Kabob and desserts from Little Cup Cakery. DJ Lucky ensured that the dance floor was filled to the brim and as you can see from these photos, guests had a ball! Once again, Akbar Sayed Photography has captured the true essence of a Pakistani wedding and has curated all the special images in our full gallery.

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That’s all for today, loves! See you bright and early Monday morning!

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Photography: Akbar Sayed Photography | Bridal Fashion: Umsha By Uzma Babar | Bridal Fashion (Shoes): Badgley Mischka | Bridal Jewelry: Jewels n Gems | Cakes & Treats: Little CupCakery | Catering: Karahi Kabob | Dj & Entertainment: Platinum | Dj Lucky | Floral & Décor: Sarah Khan Event Styling | Hair & Makeup: Afshan Khan | Mehndi Venue: Double Tree Hilton | Nikkah Venue: Diyanet Center of America (Maryland) | Reception Venue: Waterford Receptions (Virginia) |


Maryland and Virginia Pakistani Wedding by Akbar Sayed Photography

Today’s star-studded Pakistani wedding curated and shot by Akbar Sayed Photography is a candy coated treat to the eyes. Maharani Fhiza and Shiraz celebrated two different wedding celebrations in both Maryland and Virginia. Fhiza’s bridal fashions were hand plucked by Umsha by Uzma Babar. For her mehndi ceremony at the Double Tree Hilton, the bride slipped into a tangerine and gold wedding dress and was adorned with shiny jewelry from Jewels n Gems. Glowing skin and coral lips were the artistry work of Afshan Khan. The venue was sprinkled with colors and my favorite invention of the  night was a tree centerpiece covered in dangling bangles. The bride and groom switched gears and guests flocked to the Diyanet Center of America in Maryland for the Nikkah celebration. The venue does not need further decor as the walls, ceilings, and floors are adorned in intricate architectural panache. The bride’s silver wedding gown was both modern and traditional, with minimal jewelry to not overshadow the wedding garb. See for yourself! Get lost in all the sensational images in our full gallery.

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We have all the details of the wedding reception in Virginia coming right up!

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Photography: Akbar Sayed Photography | Bridal Fashion: Umsha By Uzma Babar | Bridal Fashion (Shoes): Badgley Mischka | Bridal Jewelry: Jewels n Gems | Cakes & Treats: Little CupCakery | Catering: Karahi Kabob | Dj & Entertainment: Platinum | Dj Lucky | Floral & Décor: Sarah Khan Event Styling | Hair & Makeup: Afshan Khan | Mehndi Venue: Double Tree Hilton | Nikkah Venue: Diyanet Center of America (Maryland) | Reception Venue: Waterford Receptions (Virginia) |


Oak Brook, IL Hindu/Muslim Fusion Wedding by Jake Poehls

Here at Maharani weddings, we have a soft spot for weddings that meld two cultures. With Prianka and Azam coming from Hindu and Muslim backgrounds, they had to overcome a few obstacles before their happily ever after, and we couldn’t be more thrilled for them! It doesn’t hurt that the couple and their wedding design was stunningly beautiful. As we entered the ballroom for their reception soiree, our senses were overwhelmed with the dizzying array of aesthetic splendor created by Amer Design Studio. From the variety of lush centerpieces, a golden stage setup, and thousands of twinkling candles, this reception definitely lived up to its “All of the Lights” theme. But the most gorgeous aspect of the evening were the glowing newlyweds! Prianka was a goddess in a unique mint green gown that stood out beautifully against the golden decor. She switched up her beauty look and stunned in loose waves and smoky eyes thanks to the masterful skills of Gayatri Kalia. All you brides-to-be, we urge you to examine all the photos in the full gallery by Jake Poehls to gather tons of wedding inspo for your own special day. Prianka and Azam’s weekend included a bounty of lux details that you have to see to believe, so you’re definitely in for a real treat!

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So much loveliness! We simply can’t wait to watch the wedding film by Aria Fine Art FilmsWe'll share another fabulous wedding with you all bright and early tomorrow morning!

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Hair & Makeup: Gayatri Makeup Artiste | Draping/Styling: Gayatri Makeup Artiste | Floral & Decor: Amer Design Studio | Catering (Nikkah & Reception): Sabri Nihari | Catering (South Indian ceremony): Masala Chicago Restaurant in Warrenville | Catering (Mehndi): Gaylord Fine Indian Cuisine | DJ: DJ Prashant | Reception Dessert and Wedding Cake: Oak Mill Bakery | Mehndi Artist: Amita Chitnis | Photographer Name: JPP Studios | Jake Poehls


Oak Brook, IL Hindu/Muslim Fusion Wedding by Jake Poehls

Prianka and Azam’s technicolor Hindu/Muslim fusion wedding was so exquisite that we don’t know what to begin raving about first! We’ll start with sharing some details about this couple who are as beautiful inside as they are out. Prianka and Azam met in medical school and soon realized they were meant to be. Throughout their blissful courtship, there was only one potential hiccup: One was raised by a Muslim family and the other by a Hindu family. Thankfully, the twosome were both raised by enormously loving and open minded families, and soon their nearest and dearest blended together in a beautiful union. So inspiring! The wedding extravaganza kicked off with a mehndi ceremony that dreams are made of. The design masters at Amer Design Studio adorned the ballroom in a riot of colors to create some of the most magnificent mehndi decor we've seen to date. Next up with the Nikkah ceremony, in which Prianka resembled a Bollywood starlet in glam hair, makeup, and styling by Gayatri Kalia. We’re obsessing over her sweeping pink and navy lehenga that featured a regal train. At Maharani Weddings, we’re seeing an increasing number of South Asian brides in trains and we’re such fans of this. It adds such a dramatic touch to the proceedings! The ceremonies continued with a South Indian pooja under a luxurious, yellow mandap. We couldn’t stop smiling as the loving duo giggled and doused each other with grains of rice! Hurry over to the full gallery by Jake Poehls for oodles of wedding inspiration. With photos this glorious, we simply can’t wait to see the wedding film by Aria Fine Art Films to witness even more of Prianka and Azam’s wedding magic. And make sure to scroll below for all the inside scoop from Prianka herself!

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Prianka and Azam's Story:

Azam and I met the first week of medical school. We were friends almost instantly. We grew into study partners, each other’s support system, and eventually bloomed into best friends. We saw a part of ourselves in each other coupled with parts of the person we each wanted to be. When someone like that walks into your life, you don’t just let them leave.

Even though the picture I’ve painted may sound perfect, there was one potential wrinkle in our future. One of us was raised by a Muslim family and the other by a Hindu family. To a bulk of society, this is where the dramatic music would start to play.

However, people are often a product of their environment and Azam and I are proud to say we truly are. We were both instilled with the fundamental components of our different religions and cultures coupled with a deep respect for alternate beliefs and lifestyles. Our families implanted this perspective and our peers further cultivated it.

When we approached our families about our desire to tie our lives together, our parents rightfully had their concerns. That being said, it’s also not surprising that the people that raised Azam and myself were also, in their own way, so similar to each other. Just as a bond formed between myself and him, our families melted together naturally. A wedding to firm that bond was inevitable.

While many may find the thought of a joint wedding of this nature impossible, our families found a way to highlight our similarities while also respecting and celebrating our differences. We blended together the key components of each family’s traditions and had an amazing time celebrating the union of two incredible and supportive families.

Description of the Weekend:

Our wedding events included a mehndi evening, a nikkah ceremony, a South Indian ceremony, a formal reception, and a family brunch/Walima.

The mehndi event was a blend of bright colors, Moroccan highlights and nonstop music. The Nikkah ceremony décor included a softly draped backdrop with hints of color to match the bride and groom’s attire. The South Indian ceremony displayed a lightly draped gold mandap with candles and floral arrangements embellishing the aisle. The reception was set to a theme of “All of the Lights” which resulted in a room flooded with candles decking the entire room and chandeliers suspended on the stage.

Thank you so much for sharing Prianka. What a heartwarming love story! Maharanis, hurry back for more on this sensational event!

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Hair & Makeup: Gayatri Makeup Artiste | Draping/Styling: Gayatri Makeup Artiste | Floral & Decor: Amer Design Studio | Catering (Nikkah & Reception): Sabri Nihari | Catering (South Indian ceremony): Masala Chicago Restaurant in Warrenville | Catering (Mehndi): Gaylord Fine Indian Cuisine | DJ: DJ Prashant | Reception Dessert and Wedding Cake: Oak Mill Bakery | Mehndi Artist: Amita Chitnis | Photographer Name: JPP Studios | Jake Poehls


Vienna, VA South Asian Wedding by Mary Sandoval Photography

We’re back with all of Huma and Sayeed’s reception details. Following the loving ceremony, guests toasted the newlyweds during the cocktail hour. The space was decked out in twinkling lights and colorful florals thanks to the floral and decor team from Sarah Khan Events and event coordination by Katie Wannen - The Plannery. Afterwards, Huma, Sayeed, and their guests were ready to kick back and get the party started! DynastyAV brought the banging beats, and the lovebirds performed their first dance to a medley of songs, including “You’re Just Too Good To Be True” and Michael Jackson’s “Bad.” We love how much fun they’re having in the pics! After a feisty dance party that went on into the wee hours of the morning, Huma and Sayeed snuck off for some last photos (and a bit of romantic alone time) at Meadowlark Botanical Gardens’ Winter Walk of Lights. Maharani Huma’s embellished gown and dewy makeup by Make-up by Sonia I sparkled under the lovely lights. Such a delightful wedding from beginning to end. Hurry over to the complete gallery by Mary Sandoval Photography for more winter wedding inspiration!

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Have a wonderful Thursday Maharanis! We'll see you tomorrow morning! 

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DJ: DynastyAV | Venue: Meadowlark Botanical Gardens | Coordinator: Katie Wannen - The Plannery | Floral & Decor: Sarah Khan Events | Catering: Akmal's Kitchen | Dessert: Xpo Cafe | Mehndi Artist: Henna Harmony | Staffing: C&G Catering | Photographer: Mary Sandoval Photography


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