When you see these gorgeous images by J. Cogliandro Photography, it is no wonder that we choose this sweet Bengali fusion wedding for our e-magazine. The bride's sweet smile, the grooms footwear, and the elegant ceremony are just a few of the things we fell in love with.  Perhaps the biggest detail that we noticed was the fussy-ness was left to a minimum, and all that shines through is the beauty and love of the couple.  We heart this wedding because it shows that a well edited event is very much Maharani, and this one is perfect in every single way.

From our Maharani, Sunita :
Our inspiration for the ceremony was to keep it as traditional as possible. We felt that bride’s family would like to keep things as close to their Bengali culture as possible. We kept the color scheme to gold and red as that is a traditional wedding colors in Bengal. The groom is Taiwanese and his family discussed that they are more than happy to go with the traditional Bengali wedding ceremony The bride’s father made sure all traditional pieces were incorporated, from the turmeric ceremony to the greeting of the groom and his family. The bride’s younger brother and Older cousin walked the bride into the ceremony and made her circle around the groom before the can see one another. . The groom wore a dhoti ( traditional men attire) and a kurta from Calcutta. The bride wore a red benarasi sari from Calcutta. The bridesmaid all wore custom made saris from India that were dark blue with antique gold details. The grooms men all wore Kurtas of gold and copper made in India.
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Bridal Fashions: Shehnaai Couture & Events | DJ: Yogi-G Entertainment | Luxury Bridal Fashions: Shehnaai Couture | Cakes & Treats: Le Duc Bakery | Catering: India's Restaurant | DJ's & Entertainment: DJ Yogi | Floral & Decor: SCF Events | Linens: Perfect Touch | Photo Booths: Funky Monkey Photo Booth | Houston CityCentre: Norris Conference Centers