Maharani Vani and Ashok’s heartfelt celebration can be felt through the screen with today’s feature memorialized by Manish & Sung Photography. The couple wanted to combine Ashok’s Telugu background with Vani’s Tamil heritage. Although the two might  sound very much alike, both cultures are vastly different. To say that this bride had to up bright and early is an understatement! The entire bridal party began their glam process at a cool 1:30 in the morning. Looks by Jassi arrived with her beauty kit to bestoon the bride into a traditional Tamil bride. It was important for the bride to honor her background and she was a natural stunner in an orange draped sari designed by Looks by Jassi. Traditional hair and jewelry accessories brought the whole outfit together. Glorified bridal henna by Bridal Henna Artist in neat and intricate designs was the perfect touch to the bride’s classical look. Planning a multifaceted effort requires more effort and Studio Sheen Event Planning brought the bride’s vision to life. Manish & Sung Photography has hand plucked a series of images in the gallery ready for your perusal!

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Coming up next we have the wedding details with grub from Moghul Caterers and a setup by Elegant Affairs Inc., we are all in for a special treat!

Floral & Decor: Elegant Affairs Inc. | Mehndi Artists: Bridal Henna Artist | Hair & Makeup: Looks by Jassi | Planning & Design: Studio Sheen - Event Planning, Styling, Management | Draping/Styling: Looks by Jassi | Cakes & Treats: The Palace at Somerset Park | Cinematographer: Daniel Ward | Dj & Entertainment: Premier Entertainment | Invitations & Stationery: Badhai Cards | Photo Booths: Central Jersey Photo Booths | Tuxedos: Tuxes By Cozy | Venue: The Palace at Somerset Park