After months of planning, the big moment has finally arrived for this twinkling twosome to make their love official in a Pakistani-Muslim ceremony at Leonard's Palazzo in New York, images courtesy of House of Talent Studio. In true Maharani fashion, Ghazala is carried in like royalty to marry the man of her dreams. She is a sparkling vision in her champagne-colored anarkali churidar kameez, standing alongside her Maharaja who looks very handsome in his cream-colored sherwaniFern 'n' Decor designed a lovely ten foot wall panel of fresh off white and red flowers to serve as the visual backdrop for this moment of wedded bliss. Don't you dare move a muscle because we're not done with this dashing duo just yet, but for now, check out the gallery to see more of this magical moment.

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From the bride, on the wedding style:

"Originally I chose a color palette and realized it was becoming increasingly hard to plan a wedding around colors. So instead I just picked my dream dress. Once I did that, everything else fell into place to complement my dress."

On planning:

"As nerveracking as it was during the wedding planning process, now that it is over I realize I really did enjoy the countless hours I spent scouring the Internet for wedding ideas and ways to make them become a reality."

On help from family and friends:

"My family and bridesmaids helped out with a lot! One of my favorite moments however, was a poem that my father wrote for me and recited on the wedding day. It was about his daughter being like a little bird flying away from his nest. I think it made all my guests shed some tears."

Portraits of the couple are straight ahead!

Photography: House of Talent Studio | Venue: Leonard's Palazzo | Hair & Makeup: Beauty By Tamanna | Mehndi Artist: Mehndi Artist Rahila | Floral & Decor: Fern 'n' Decor | Cakes & Treats: Artropolis | Caterer: Kabab King | DJ /Lighting: DJ Gudah