We are absolutely thrilled to be sharing more information on Maharani Tanvi and Ashish’s royal Indian affair. After a thrilling photo shoot scattered throughout ideal locations scattered across the gorgeous lands, it was time for the bride to reunite with her beau. Ashish’s baraat ceremony was most certainly done up in true Indian fashion. Perched on two majestic animals, a horse and an elephant, the bustling streets of Jaipur was just buzzing with wedding excitement. Guests arrived to the outdoor garden area of the Fairmont Jaipur where the open air quarters was outfitted in a pretty in pink mandap. I especially loved how the seating allowed all guests to have the best seat in the house. Shutterink Photography has captured every lovely moment through their lens with a treasure cove of love in our gallery.

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We have one last stop for the reception!