Earlier today, we got the low down on Raja Akshit's unforgettable baraat procession, where he made his way over to this ceremony riding a white horse from KC's Classic Carriage Company that was fit for a true-to-life Prince Charming. Now we're diving into his and Maharani Allisha's I dos with a look at their extraordinary, open-air affair captured by the wildly talented team from Braja Mandala Photography! Wendell Design Group Florist have decked out the outdoor venue in vibrant, red floral work, adding a pop of romance to the gold decor! With the addition of blue violet blooms crowning the lavish mandap and lining the aisle, this made for one elegantly decorated Desi dream! We'll be giving you an even more detailed look at this fabulous Indian wedding planned by DB Bridal Expos when I get back! In the meantime, fill up on the rest of Allisha and Akshit's ceremony moments in the complete gallery!
Maharani Allisha, on what she enjoyed most about planning her dream wedding:
"Out of the entire planning process, my husband and I both enjoyed our family coming together for the functions beforehand. We were fortunate enough to have family that flew in from India, Dubai, Canada, and all over the US. It was amazing to catch up with them and spend quality time with the family. Every night leading up to the wedding, we would have mini dance parties in our living room. It is probably one thing people take for granted during weddings, but we told ourselves before we would try to enjoy this moment the most."
On her most memorable wedding memory:
"Our main concern prior to the wedding was that our guests would not be able to sit during the ceremony and we should provide some sort of shade/tent to ensure they were all comfortable. Our wedding planners assured us 2 weeks before the wedding that there would be no need for any shade because it was forecasted that there would be overcast and it would be cool. The day of our wedding came, and there was not one cloud in the sky. For those who have never been to AZ, the sun is scorching and you can really feel it if you are sitting in it for more than 5 minutes. Surprisingly, my husband and I, sitting in front of the fire and our backs to the sun, did not feel hot or sweaty at all. We talked about it afterwards, and I mentioned to him how out of the entire weekend, it was at the moment I felt the most peace. It didn't matter to me that it was 100+ degrees out or that we were sitting in front of a fire, it was the fact that I was marrying the most amazing individual I could ask for."
I'll be back before you know it with some sensational wedding portraits from Allisha and Akshit's wedding wonder! Don't miss out!