We have almost come to the end of Bhoomi and Amar’s extravagant nuptial bash, and we’re holding on to it with everything we have got because we are so in love with the whole fiesta! The 500-people reception was doused in glitz, with navy blue, gold, and hints of red as the color palette. Everything was super unique and personalized, and according to Bhoomi, guests raved about the creativity factor, the entertainment, and the food. So kudos to the planning and decor by Ethnic Essence Couture Events, DJ Amit Kotecha from 3D Sounds, and Manohar’s Delhi Palace for the scrumptious delicacies. The dessert spread consisted of macaroons, cake pops, custom cookies on a table where the sign read “love is sweet, grab a treat and take a seat!”. Bling square gold arches made for a sophisticated stage setup, and there was also an ice sculpture of Bhoomi and Amar’s logo in between the buffet stations. The white dance floor at Hyatt Regency Long Beach, too, featured a custom logo in the middle. Bhoomi’s lovely midnight blue lehenga was accented with a sequined mint tulle dupatta, which we thought was color combination at its finest. In his turn, Amar looked suave in a classic black tuxedo paired with a black bow tie. All the bridesmaids and groomsmen looked delightful in matching black and blue ensembles! Robles Video Productions filmed all the color galore and wedding glory, and we can’t wait to see what the final version looks like! With each event looking more spectacular than the previous one, it was so hard to handpick the photos for this one so make sure you head to the gallery to take a good look!

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We have a little more in store for you through our fun conversation with the ecstatic Bhoomi, so here goes:

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Amar proposed during a boat ride along the intercoastal in Florida. One of my friends got me to the dock early in the morning by saying there was a pharmacy event. When I got there I saw Amar and was so surprised (he was living in atlanta at this point for residency so I couldn't believe he was in Florida).  He had an assortment of different foods for us to eat and brought a wonderful picnic basket filled with goodies and champagne and orange juice. When we got to the ocean, he handed me a book to read. The book included images of our faces into Bollywood actors and each "Bollywood movie" was related to our love story. The last page in the book said "and I have one last question to ask you" and then he got down on one knee and asked me to marry him. At that moment the photographer started taking pictures of us!  When we arrived at the end, all of our family and friends were waiting to greet us. It was such a great feeling to see everyone, especially since many of them had flown in for the event. After that we went to his parents house for a lunch that they hosted. In the evening we went to dinner in Miami where we had a private table and had personalized menus on each plate. The menus had our names on them and pre-picked selections to choose from. After that we danced the night away at a rooftop bar. It was the most amazing day of my life and Amar had thought of everything!

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part was working with all the vendors to create my dream wedding and sharing this experience with my family.

What did your guest particularly love about your Wedding?
So many people have told my mom that this wedding was a production and that its the best wedding they have been to. Everyone especially LOVED the food, the decor, the entertainment, the creativity, and so much more!

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
One of my favorite moments was when we said our own vows. I also loved our first dance, our entrance, and our dance at the reception with our friends and family.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Planning is very stressful but its also worth it! I miss it now!

All good things come to an end, and so did the #Bhoomarang bash. But don't you worry because there is a ton of exciting content lined up for you in the coming days! 

Floral & Decor: Ethnic Essence Couture Events | Hair & Makeup: Dolled up by Lulu | Photography: Matei Horvath Photography | DJ: 3D Sounds | Catering: Manohars Delhi Palace | Baraat: Enchanted Carriages | Venue (Reception & Ceremony): Hyatt Regency Long Beach | Catering (Garba): Jay Bharat