Today's Pinterest worthy fusion Indian wedding of Sarika and Gaurav will leave you with a virtual box of empty pins because each stunning moment captured by EMB Studios will take your inspiration to the next level. Working alongside House of Dipali, a timeless fairytale hatched that we are certain guests are still talking about. Sarika donned a flowing, unbelievable anarkali that was a mixture of modern sophistication and Bollywood flair. The perfect accessory had to the be gorgeous henna by Sumaiya Waheed. The ballroom at the Intercontinental Miami was transformed into a luxurious oasis by House of Dipali with a glowing sweetheart stage that was festooned with white and golds adorned with rustic charm. Tondoor Food provided the full package to the couple and indulge guests with a savory Indian cuisine. After dinner, the dance floor became packed with the gyrating beats of In iNaach on the turntables. This ballroom affair was captured elegantly with all the images in our gallery

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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)