Sameer Soorma Studios has captured and edited the most charming Indian fusion wedding film to come out of Arizona, and you're about to get an exclusive look at it from start to finish! Nicole Arend Weddings & Events has planned and designed this momentous affair at the amazing Phoenix Art Museum, and you're just going to melt with every single spellbinding moment. Check out the breathtaking bridal mehndi by artist, Henna by Purvi, at the 1:38 mark — and the bride's impressive rock too! Plus, witness as Maharani Sheena reads a heartfelt letter from her Raja that makes her cry tears of happiness. Thankfully, her talented and understanding hair and makeup artist, Pooja Mehta, was on hand to make sure she'd be flawless for her walk down the aisle to meet Raja Tom — who looks absolutely dapper in a fashion forward, red suit with a contrasting bow tie. The bride herself is a dazzling sensation in a magenta, black and gold wedding lengha, lovingly chosen by her mother in India. Once these two lovebirds have exchanged their personally-written vows, it's time for them to celebrate like no other couple can at their heart-pumpin' reception. See it all for yourself!
The bride on how she met the Raja of her dreams:
"I met my husband in 2004, in the law school library. We remained good friends for almost 10 years before we started dating! We started dating in July of 2013, and got engaged in May of 2014. I knew he was "the one" on a trip we took to Flagstaff for New Year's Eve 2013!"
On choosing the perfect wedding legnha:
"I gave complete control of my lengha to my mom! She went to New Delhi for me and had a designer create my lengha. I didn't see it until she brought it back from India. I trusted her completely!"
On her most memorable wedding day moment:
"We wrote our own vows to each other, and the moments when we read our personal vows, some were funny, some were creative, and others were heartfelt, was the most special to me. I promised to, among other things, be a good mother to our children, to create a warm, welcoming, and safe home for our family and to limit the amount of cute cat videos I subject him to on YouTube! He promised never to question my liberal use of Tabasco on my food and to always work together as a team!"
On her and her Raja's special performance:
"We created our own unique "first dance" by doing our own Jimmy Fallon rap battle. I battled to the theme song from Fresh Prince of Bel Air and he to the song Juicy by Biggie! We videotaped the entire battle and did that instead of a traditional first dance. We wanted our wedding to be different and incorporate our unique style and this seemed like the perfect way to do it!"
Sit tight, Maharanis! We still have two more amazing wedding films on the way!