Guests are taking to the streets for Raja Patrick's baraat, and heading to their seats at the San Mateo Marriott for an Indian wedding of a lifetime! We gave you an exclusive look into Kayla and Patrick's phenomenal outdoor ceremony decor by the ultra talented team from Suhaag Garden over on the Platinum Guide earlier today, and it's about time we dove into what happened in that stunning setting! Thankfully, the Indian bride and groom called on Wedding Documentary Photo + Cinema to capture the unforgettable highlights from their fusion fairy tale in San Mateo, California, and the photographic phenoms covered so many magical details from their double ceremonies and celebrations that we had to bring them all to you in this special Double Feature! A canopy of white orchids created a sun-dappled effect over the aisle as Maharani Kayla made her way to the gazebo that had been expertly transformed into a luxurious mandap, complete with a floral chandelier! Today's lovebirds swapped I dos in a breathtaking ceremony, and now it's nearly time for them and their lucky guests to celebrate their newly-minted marriage with a reception of a lifetime! You won't want to miss out on any of those post-ceremony highlights either. Kayla is set to sparkle and shine in the most stunning gown from Sari Palace! Before we check out those reception details though, make sure to visit the Platinum Guide for captivating moments from our newlyweds' Catholic ceremony and stop by the complete gallery for more of their Hindu wedding highlights!

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We'll be reveling in some of Kayla and Patrick's Catholic wedding ceremony highlights over on the Platinum Guide before we return with the most extraordinary reception details. Join us!

Photography: Wedding Documentary Photo + Cinema | Floral & Decor: Suhaag Garden | Bridal Fashions: Sari Palace | Venues: San Mateo Marriott | Catering: Jay Bharat | DJ: Toofan Sounds & Events | Makeup: Blinking Beauté | Hair: Hair by Anaa K | Mehndi Artist: Henna Lounge | Additional Florist (Ceremony): Nila Daya