We learned about their enchanting love story at the baraat, and now we finally get to see this union become official! With her mehndi from Ruchi's Mehendi dried, Maharani Kunjan hits the red aisle on this  70-degree November day. According to eyewitnesses, there were plenty of tears and smiles from friends and family as Kunjan approached the mandap in her traditional Gujarati bridal sari. The gorgeous altar, created by Mandap Design, featured lush gold and red fabrics and tassels that turned New Jersey's Hilton Short Hills into a true palace. I am in love with how the gold fabric is draped on either side of the aisle leading up to the mandap -- such an easy and creative way to add drama!
Pure Emotions Photography was lucky enough to document this beautiful Gujarati wedding. Check out what they have to say below these lovely photos!

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The wedding was lovely, ceremonious, but also joyful. The pictures show a happy couple but an audience that is almost as happy and certainly laughing while observing the rites of passage for two people who adore each other. Before you knew it, the prayers were chanted, the pheras were completed and the garlands had been exchanged. They were married.
What a ceremony! Let's see what outrageous shenanigans we can get into at their Gujarati wedding reception!
Photography: Pure Emotions Photography | Venues: Hilton Short Hills, New Jersey | Floral & Decor: Somerset Hills Florist | Catering: Bukhara Grill | DJ's & Entertainment: DJ USA | Lighting: DJ USA | Mandap: Mandap Design