The Palace at Somerset Park was the place to be on a gorgeous New Jersey day celebrating Vani and Ashok. Vani picked out a specific color scene that was a blend of aqua like colors for her bridesmaids. All the girls wore matching Kanjipuram saris with Ashok’s groomsmen donning coordinating kurthas. Elegant Affairs Inc. transformed the venue for the wedding and incorporating Balaji and Padmavati statutes that served as backdrops on the stage. The extra touches created a more meaningful and traditional environment for the bride and groom. A charming “Ashok here comes the bride sign” preceded Vani down the aisle alongside her parents. One of the most cherished memories from the wedding was when her bride seen the amazing setup designed by Elegant Affairs Inc. - simply mind blowing! In all these photos captured by Manish & Sung Photography, makeup and hair by Looks by Jassi remained flawless and not a pin out of Vani’s sari was out of place! Head into the gallery for a sneak peek of the reception where Moghul Caterers dishes out a delectable menu and Studio Sheen Event Planning concludes their last planned event.

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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