The city of Manassas was bustling with the sound of Matthew’s baraat ceremony led by Harmon’s Carriages! Welcome to the second part of today’s editorial feature honoring the Fusion Indian wedding of Meera and Matthew. After sharing a tender first look captured all by their photographer Sunny Mathur of Photographick Studios, it was time for the official wedding ceremony. Liz Flowers decor is giving us some major secret garden vibes with their decor! A gorgeous floral mandap garnished with fresh blooms and a stunning rose red backdrop in the shape of an OM symbol was on the forefront. The bride looked radiant as ever on the stage with Maharaja thanks to the magical brush blush of Styles by Swati. Get lost in all the pretty with our hand picked gallery.

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Hair & Makeup: Styles By Swati - Salon SBS | DJ: DynastyAV | Lighting: DynastyAV | Cakes & Treats: Cakes by Linda | Baraat: Harmon’s Carriages | Catering: Gala Cuisine | Floral and Decor: Liz Flowers | Planning & Design: Iconic Events | Ceremony and Reception Venue: Fox Chase Manor | Transportation: Point to Point Limo | Priest: Harish BaiPaditay | Mehndi Artist: Naseem's Henna Art