Happy Monday Maharanis! As we wind down into the  last few days of the month of love, we wanted to present you with a love story all of us girls yearn for. The boy next door. Priya and Farid were not just neighbors, their families knew each other and who knew that shared holidays and vacations would eventually lead into something much, much more meaningful. It was only natural that over time these two lovebirds would begin planning their big day. The bride and groom wanted to celebrate Priya’s Indian background and had a traditional Indian ceremony at the Mayflower Hotel. For the morning of her wedding event, the bride wore a classic red and white raw silk sari. The bride wore the traditional jewelry pieces you would find on a South Asian bride that included a gold headpiece, matching choker and gold bangles. Priya purchased her bridal fashion from Shehnaai Couture, an Indian studio that specializes in bridal fashion clothing design. Guests were invited to the auspicious event with personalized stationery designed at Dandelion Patch. To take a sneak peek into the event, head into the gallery with all the images captured by Jennifer Domenick of Love Life Images.

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We have the wedding details coming right up! See you then!

Venues: The Mayflower Hotel, Autograph Collection | Bridal Fashions: Shehnaai Couture | Cakes & Treats: Fluffy Thoughts | Catering: Rasika | Dj & Entertainment: Chrysis Entertainment | Floral & Décor: Bergerons at the Mayflower | Invitations & Stationary: The Dandelion Patch | Photographer: Love Life Images (Jennifer Domenick) | Tuxedos: Ted Baker