After their garba and traditional Hindu wedding in Potomac, Maryland, we cruise on over to Baltimore to attend Maharani Hetal's dream reception. She took inspiration from her lovely fuschia sari, and did the (almost) unthinkable: she cut off a piece in order to have custom fabric for her head table and overlays made! Wow, that's dedication!
Photographick Studios documents the gorgeous reception hall, which was filled with the bride's personal touches. My favorite is the lucky bamboo centerpieces, which was meant to bring good luck and prosperity to her guests. And since the couple first met during a garba event at the University of Maryland, you can bet there was plenty of dancing at their reception. According to the bride, "By the time the reception rolled around, everyone had huge blisters from the three days of intense dancing! But I don't remember a minute at the reception where the dance floor was empty."

Another great Indian wedding down...countless others to go! We'll see you back here tomorrow for a fabulous Boston, Massachusetts affair!
Cinematography: PVES | Floral & Decor: Palki Mandap | Catering: Mughal Gardens | DJ's & Entertainment: DJ Pranav Shah | Hair & Makeup: Apsara Spa | Baraat: Spring Fever Farm’s Dancing Horses | Mehndi Artists: Apsara Spa | Venues: Julia Bindeman Hebrew Congregation Center | Venues: Martin's West | Photography: Photographick Studios