Dressed in a form-fitting, ivory-colored gown and divinely Dolled Up by Lulu, today's Indian bride, Riddhi is party ready! Now that she's wed the Raja of her dreams, Amish, it's time to celebrate in serious Maharani style, and the perfect experts to help her pull off the reception of a lifetime are her planning and design team from Bridal and Event Lounge! They decked the outdoor venue out in the most sensational floral and decor — in an elegant color scheme of ivory, gold and purple. Check out these fantastic images taken by Lin & Jirsa Photography at the post-ceremony party on the grounds of the beautiful Hummingbird Nest Ranch. 3D Sounds was in attendance to make sure the dance floor was thumpin' and it had to be one incredibly magical experience for partygoers as they let loose under a luxuriously draped space, under the night sky — twinkly lights included. You have to head into the complete gallery to experience this extraordinary Indian wedding in its entirety. You will not be disappointed!
Maharani Riddhi on her reception style:
"We wanted an elegant chic theme so we picked ivory, gold and deep purple as our theme colors. I was really going for the fairytale style here so we did an open tent with white draping. Since we wanted a fully outdoor wedding, we picked Hummingbird Nest Ranch as our canvas, and the stars could be seen while dancing the night away."
On her most memorable wedding moment:
"It really is so hard to remember that day, it's crazy how it flies by. One moment from the day that stands out is when my husband gave a short speech to thank everyone and spoke about the things that make us work together, it was very sweet and emotional."
On her and her Raja's first dance song selection:
"Our first dance was song was "Lay me down" by Sam Smith and John Legend. We wanted a beautiful song that hadn't been played too much and it was a song we both loved the first time we heard it."
On the role that family and friends played:
"Our family and friends were super helpful on executing and helping out when we needed them. Because my husband and I were pretty specific about what we wanted, we were fairly hands on and involved. One thing that worked out well was that we had a few of the groomsmen and bridesmaids come in during the first dance as pairs and dance around us. It was a nice touch that broke the monotony of the first dance and made it fun for everyone to watch."
What a stunning wedding event, right? We'll be dreaming about this reception for days!