My arms have seriously turned into cactus' with Maharani Sarika and Gaurav's beautiful Indian wedding. I am getting serious goosebumps as I blissfully peruse through all the lovely memories captured by EMB Studios. I absolutely love it when Indian brides rock colors outside the spectrum, however, I fall in love all over again with an ivory white palette. Sarika made her grand entrance down the aisle to a gorgeously draped mandap with floral embellishments designed by House of Dipali. The talented team took full advantage of the season to create a romantic atmosphere! As an added treat, House of Dipali gives readers behind the scenes on how they created this insanely gorgeous mandap! Head to the gallery to experience all the cultural fun. 

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I have one last stop at the Royal Indian reception party! 

Floral & Decor: House of Dipali | Bridal Fashion: Sangeet: Sabyasachi (Delhi India) | Bridal Fashion: Ceremony – Maheen Shah (Pakistan) | Bridal Fashion: Reception – Monica’s Bridal (Brooklyn NY) | Catering: Tondoor Food | Vinny Kumar | DJ: INaach | Hair and Makeup: Affan Malik | Mehndi Artist: Sumaiya Waheed | Photographer: EMB Studios | Planning and Design: Sam Sharma | Venue: Intercontinental Miami | Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling: Sangeet: Sabyasachi (Delhi India) | Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling: Ceremony – Maheen Shah (Pakistan) | Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling: Reception – Monica’s Bridal (Brooklyn NY)