"My favorite colors have always been sunset colors - pinks, oranges, and reds. I fell in love with my bridal lengha at Benzer because of the coral color which transitioned to deep and bright red at the bottom of the lengha and in the second dupatta. Coral suits my skin tone and matched the theme of our mandap and flowers beautifully. I wanted my bridesmaids to be wearing a two toned orange/pink to match the color of my wedding blouse/dupatta. My mother and I wanted glam outfits on a budget, and so we shied away from copies of designer outfits and wanted unique pieces that would stand the test of time." I can just hear the bounce in Shreya's voice as she gushed about her big, fat Indian wedding! Getting to know an Indian bride and how they came about planning their big Indian wedding is the most rewarding aspect for me as an editor. Etched on Maharani Weddings are the lovely weddings that come and go; forever embedded for the world to cherish for many, many years. Yanni Design Studio created a magical fairy tale that was truly enriched with “happy ever after.” The outstanding decor of the night truly made the reception that more memorable. Shreya’s fashion sense it is apparent through all of her events and concluding the grand finale with a blush pink gown is absolutely jaw breaking. The Banking Institute whipped up a delectable multi layered cake that was blanketed in sugar frosting. Sapan Ahuja Photography has captured Shreya’s day with so much depth and love; apparent in all the images you can find in our gallery.
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