Now that Mili and Prakhar have made it official, it's time to celebrate their unforgettable Indian wedding with a reception to remember, and their DJ from Dhoom Events is on site at the Oheka Castle to make sure they do it in style! The newlyweds called on the chef de cuisine from Moghul Caterers to create a mouthwatering menu of catered fare for their lucky guests, and Elegant Affairs dressed the party space from top to bottom in the most exquisite floral and decor work. Maharani Mili has switched gears and swapped her stunning bridal lengha for an equally incredible white and gold post-ceremony ensemble that had her looking like a million bucks, especially after her hair and makeup were expertly styled by Dharma Karma! The talented photographers from STAK Studios managed to snap up all of these divine details, plus many more, and you can see them all in the complete gallery!
Maharani Mili, on the role family and friends played:
"Since we were both busy with school and residency (plus, I was out of town), our parents really stepped to the plate and did a LOT of work. They missed work to attend vendor meetings, dealt with the headache of scheduling/followup, coordinated all of the catering, etc. Thank god that they were able to take on so much of it. I honestly don't know how Prakhar and I would have done it on our own."
Additional thoughts from the bride:
"A big part of the wedding was that we wanted people to still see us and our personalities under all of the makeup and the clothes and the traditions. We tried to inject fun into every element that we could. Some examples are: we made our own signs with our favorite lyrics as props for the photo booth, my father-daughter dance was a choreographed dance to Party Rock, we made our own reception programs using Photoshop and our wedding website (www.pramili.com), my friends and cousins did a rap for us instead of speeches, we had a slow-motion video booth, and the list goes on. Seeing our personality come through in the wedding made the day even more special for us"
See you tomorrow, my dears!