Maharani Amy had the most picturesque Indian wedding and now it was time for the Christian ceremony at the Grace Episcopal Church. If you missed the Indian wedding, click here! You don’t want to miss the details of the floral draped mandap handcrafted by Elegant Affairs! We have seen a lot of vintage wedding garb, but this gorgeous one of a kind piece designed by Naveda Couture has our jaws dropping! Amy’s dusty pink gown for her Christian ceremony was a custom design piece that was both elegant and modern incorporating hand-beaded ivory-micro pearls that was embedded throughout the garment. Jasmin Rahman was back for makeup duties and glammed the bride with a soft, elegant glow. Ben singing “God Bless the Broken Road” by Rascal Flatts while Amy walked down the aisle with her father was the most treasured memory of the day. Excuse me while I weep. It was at that exact moment that the bride and groom both basked in the glory of their union and realized just how lucky they were. Amy’s bridal party all donned different floral anarkalis that ranged from hues of orange and gold to pinks and whites, all handcrafted by the bride! I love this out of the box synchronization! House of Talent Studios always captures the most beautiful Indian weddings and the images are floating in the gallery for your pleasure!
Indian brides looking for an excellent caterer in New Jersey? Look no further! With menu options of silver dollar uttapam and cashewnut rolls, Moghul is the answer!