Watching the bride getting ready is half the fun, the real fun is when the baraat ceremony shows up and the wedding festivities really get started! In this Indian wedding back at the Hyatt Regency Long Beach, it was all about the entrances! Having a waterfront venue, most definitely has its perks. Especially when you have your very own gondolier who rows you into the venue in a flat-bottomed Venetian rowing boat. The groom had an equally impressive ride up; flanked in a carriage being pulled by majestic horse trimmed with gold and red embellishments. After the baraat ceremony, drew to a close, the bride met her Maharaja at the altar in a venue so spectacularly decorated by Shawna Yamamoto Event Design, I couldn’t  help but jump right to the photos of the reception party, which equally blew me away. The sensational ladies at Planning Elegance yet again proved to be moguls in their craft, creating the perfect fairytale wedding for Maharani Shital! The couple made their grand exit in a brand spanking English White Rolls-Royce Wraith. Can’t wait to see the reception photos? Head into the gallery for the decked out event caught on camera by Global Photography!

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If you are bride itching for the details on the reception, you have to return to see this celebration that is out of the world! 

Hair & Makeup: Dolled up by Lulu | Photography: Global Photography | Venue: Hyatt Regency Long Beach | Floral & Decor: Shawna Yamamoto Event Design | Ceremony Pundit: Praful Bhai