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At Maharani Weddings, we believe that every bride deserves the fairytale wedding of her dreams! Here at MaharaniWeddings.com you will find glittering seeds of inspiration for every aspect of your upcoming wedding. In addition to profiling some of the most spectacular Indian weddings from around the globe through interviews, pictures, and videos, we also hand-pick and share a list of the best Indian wedding vendors in our Maharani Weddings Platinum Guide. From event planners to photographers, dj's, florists, cinematographers, makeup artists, mehndi artists, you name it... you’ll find connections to every resource you could ever need for all your wedding ceremonies and celebrations.

St. Louis, MO Indian Wedding by Astrid Johana Photography

Happy Monday, ladies! We missed you during the weekend, and we are so excited to share a new love story with you. This time, we will join Sheena & Mihir through their wedding festivities, so get ready to enjoy all the beauty surrounding this couple's big day! We are kicking off the wedding festivities with a colorful and vibrant Sangeet ceremony that will make you start your week full of joy and inspiring ideas. Devine Makeup Artistry created a dreamy look for Sheena that made her reminiscent of a princess from an Indian fairytale. The trendy makeup with a focal point on the eyes enhanced this Maharani's beauty and made her steal all the looks. Prashe Decor outdid themselves with a fantastic decor full of colors and traditional flair, creating the perfect background for this pre-wedding event. While everyone was having fun and enjoying the night, Astrid Johana Photography shot pictures from every angle to capture the beauty of this Sangeet ceremony. Take a look at today's gallery if you want to dive into this colorful event. You are going to enjoy every bit!

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The wedding ceremony is coming, so stay tuned for more!

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style
Traditional
Ballroom
Sangeet
season
Spring
color
DJ: JSM Entertainment | Lighting: JSM Entertainment | Baraat: JSM Entertainment | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Hilton St. Louis Airport | Floral & Decor: Prashe Decor | Hair & Makeup: Devine Makeup Artistry | Cinematography: VIMAGE Studio | Photography: Astrid Johana Photography


Chicago, IL Indian Wedding by I Alam Photography

Hello there, ladies! It is time to wrap up today's featured wedding and let Shefali & Aman followed their way into their happily ever after! But we are closing the wedding festivities with a dreamy reception party held inside the ballroom of the Palmer House Hilton. Once again, the winning combination of Chic Events by Sonia on the design and Yanni Design Studio on the decor resulted in a magical and charming setting that amazed us! Decibel Entertainment enlivened the night with the best Bollywood hits and made everyone had a great time while dancing the night away. The night was full of emotions, glam, traditional flair, and lots of dancing. And, I Alam Photography captured all the details with amazing shots that showcased all their talent and expertise. No wonder why they are the go-to-guys if you want to have remarkable photos of your big day! Head into today's gallery to take a closer look at the most memorable shots of this event. You are going to enjoy every bit of it! 

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
It was the fall of 2015. Aman (my now husband) was returning to Duke to finish his final year of his MBA, and I had just moved to Durham to start my Master’s at Duke a few months before. By chance, we ended up at the same Back to School party at the beginning of the year. Across the way, he spotted me. Shortly after we were introduced to each other. We hit it off immediately and began what neither of us knew would be a lifetime of adventures together. Aman grew up in India and I grew up across the US, so to think of how our paths crossed and how we immediately became attached to one another, is a story I could have only imagined about finding love. There are some people who are meant to be in our lives, even if they start off a world apart, they find a way to each other.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We jetted off to LA for my birthday and Aman had a surprise in store for how to celebrate, little did I know there was a ring waiting at the end of it. I impatiently sat through well renowned LA traffic, bugging Aman about where we were going the entire time. Then the guessing began, as we approached metal fences and large runways built for airplanes, I knew I was in for something special. Aman had planned this beautiful experience of taking a helicopter ride over LA. We stopped during our helicopter travels atop a California mountain, where a picnic with roses and champagne were setup. While appreciating the view, Aman said I have to ask you something, and I turned to him to say ok go ahead. Little did I know I was giving him the go ahead to ask me to marry him. It was the perfect way to agree to start our lives together atop a mountain overlooking the ocean.
 
Tell us how you went about planning your wedding, and your overall experience with the Venues, Hair & Makeup, Outfits, Decor Theme, and all of the other important details.
As a business person, all great undertakings start with an excel. I made a list of all the vendors that I would like to incorporate into my wedding separated by each event and an estimated budget. After that I started filling in the gaps by reaching out to various vendors starting with venue, mehndi, photographer, videographer and decor. Since we had 8 months to plan a wedding, it was important to act fast, so I set a goal to finalize each vendor within 3 weeks from beginning research to final contracts. Instagram and internet wedding inspiration really helped to come up with a lot of the ideas we implemented for the entire wedding. From how to find jewelry and outfits while going to Delhi all the way to decor inspiration, collecting pictures and being prepared for each discussion with vendors was key to moving forward and having productive conversations. There's so much creativity that goes into planning a wedding, but I also set a timeline that for every new idea it would take 3 weeks to execute so no new ideas 3 weeks before the wedding. This worked out great, because we had time to be organized, enjoy spa days before the wedding and spend time with family and friends that were traveling into town for the wedding. Trust me, even then, there's no shortage of items to do for the big day!
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
There was no question in my mind that my wedding lengha had to be RED. I wanted an updated traditional look. I had a vision of how I wanted to look on my wedding day and started breaking it down from there. I spent some time in India exploring wedding lenghas at stores throughout Delhi and then it just happened. I saw it, slept on it overnight, went back the next day & the rest started to fall into place from there.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The best part part about planning a wedding is how everyone you love comes together to make this one day of your life absolutely incredible. It was amazing to see how friends were offering advice, family was making everything happen across the ocean, my Mom was the creative mind and project manager of it all. From our siblings never leaving our side during wedding week, our parents being our pillars of strength and our friends/family making it the best wedding celebration. Can't forget our amazing vendors from Canada, Chicago, California and India that filled our wedding with professionalism, happiness and went above and beyond their call of duty. In my perspective we had set up our very own supply chain of ideas and resources to create our dream wedding in Chicago.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
They loved the intimate feel of all the events throughout the week of the wedding and that the schedule on the day of the wedding allowed for socializing with plenty of food during the quieter moments and plenty of moments to stay entertained throughout the day. Our goal was to make sure that everyone who came for our wedding was having a great time also. Not only did I want it to be a memorable day for me and Aman, but I wanted each one our guests to enjoy the day and be involved in helping us join our two lives together.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The entrance for our wedding reception was a really special moment. Both of us were nervous about performing our dance, and when we walked in there was such a great energy filled with so much positivity that it completely transformed ours. Surrounded by our family and friends, the night started off with a lot of dancing and celebrating right away.
 
For events other than your ceremony, please tell us as much as you would like about the decor, style, dances, and all the special details.
I really wanted to have an outdoor event, and there was no better place than in our lawn at our home.  I wanted bright colors, lots of flowers/garlands and while the rituals of haldi, chura and mehndi were happening to be surrounded by all of our loved ones. Having everyone there from the beginning of the wedding events to hosting a brunch after the wedding, it was a great wedding weekend!
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
During the wedding planning process, have an activity or a skill you are building that has the ability to take your mind away from wedding planning for a little while. This helps in three ways: one, you are building a skill that you can use in the future, two, you have a reason other than work to do something for yourself and three, you can come back to the wedding planning with a refreshed mind and outlook. It's really easy to think about your wedding around the clock (literally! so many late night phone calls to India) until it happens, so it's good to have a fun hobby you're doing alongside.
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
After dinner at the reception, we had a performance from a bhangra team to get everybody dancing again. This was so much fun and was an amazing performance! Mehndi was extremely important to me, it was the first thing I booked! I loved doing Haldi with Aman, doing it together made it really fun and makes for great pictures! Then he disappeared, while I had my chura ceremony. All of these rituals and events leading up to the wedding day are some of the best parts of our Indian weddings. Lastly, since we had so many family and friends coming from out of town, it was important to me to choose a venue where they would have access to Chicago so they could use their down time to sightsee and enjoy the city.

Have a great weekend, ladies! See you on Monday!
STYLE
GUIDE
style
Traditional
Ballroom
Romantic
season
Spring
color
Photography: I Alam Photography | Planning & Design: Chic Events by Sonia | Event Designer: Chic Events by Sonia | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Palmer House Hilton | Floral & Decor: Yanni Design Studio | Hair & Makeup: Dollhouse Beauty | DJ: Decibel Entertainment | Baraat: Maharaja Farm | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: Northwestern Bhangra | Bridal Fashions: Ushnak Mal | Bridal Jewelry: Purab Paschim by Ankit Khullar | Cinematography: Aria Films | Turban: Singh Me Up | Dance Choreographer: Shilpa from Raunak Dance Co


Chicago, IL Indian Wedding by I Alam Photography

Welcome back, Maharanis! It is time to get inside the halls of the luxurious Palmer House Hilton to join Shefali & Aman at their wedding ceremony! Chic Events by Sonia designed and executed this event beautifully, while Yanni Design Studio transformed the halls of this exclusive venue into a magical setting for these lovebirds to tie the knot. Shefali burst into the room dressed in a traditional bridal Lengha from Ushnak Mal and rocked a trendy makeup and classy hairstyle, both done by Dollhouse Beauty. The smokey eyes and the dark matte lipstick praised this Maharani's natural beauty and made her look like a princess. I Alam Photography, snapped fantastic shots from every angle to portray the beauty of this event, and the photos are so good that we almost feel like if we were there. If you don't want to miss any detail of this lovely ceremony, make sure to check the gallery that we have for you today! It is filled with amazing shots that will take your breath away!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
It was the fall of 2015. Aman (my now husband) was returning to Duke to finish his final year of his MBA, and I had just moved to Durham to start my Master’s at Duke a few months before. By chance, we ended up at the same Back to School party at the beginning of the year. Across the way, he spotted me. Shortly after we were introduced to each other. We hit it off immediately and began what neither of us knew would be a lifetime of adventures together. Aman grew up in India and I grew up across the US, so to think of how our paths crossed and how we immediately became attached to one another, is a story I could have only imagined about finding love. There are some people who are meant to be in our lives, even if they start off a world apart, they find a way to each other.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We jetted off to LA for my birthday and Aman had a surprise in store for how to celebrate, little did I know there was a ring waiting at the end of it. I impatiently sat through well renowned LA traffic, bugging Aman about where we were going the entire time. Then the guessing began, as we approached metal fences and large runways built for airplanes, I knew I was in for something special. Aman had planned this beautiful experience of taking a helicopter ride over LA. We stopped during our helicopter travels atop a California mountain, where a picnic with roses and champagne were setup. While appreciating the view, Aman said I have to ask you something, and I turned to him to say ok go ahead. Little did I know I was giving him the go ahead to ask me to marry him. It was the perfect way to agree to start our lives together atop a mountain overlooking the ocean.
 
Tell us how you went about planning your wedding, and your overall experience with the Venues, Hair & Makeup, Outfits, Decor Theme, and all of the other important details.
As a business person, all great undertakings start with an excel. I made a list of all the vendors that I would like to incorporate into my wedding separated by each event and an estimated budget. After that I started filling in the gaps by reaching out to various vendors starting with venue, mehndi, photographer, videographer and decor. Since we had 8 months to plan a wedding, it was important to act fast, so I set a goal to finalize each vendor within 3 weeks from beginning research to final contracts. Instagram and internet wedding inspiration really helped to come up with a lot of the ideas we implemented for the entire wedding. From how to find jewelry and outfits while going to Delhi all the way to decor inspiration, collecting pictures and being prepared for each discussion with vendors was key to moving forward and having productive conversations. There's so much creativity that goes into planning a wedding, but I also set a timeline that for every new idea it would take 3 weeks to execute so no new ideas 3 weeks before the wedding. This worked out great, because we had time to be organized, enjoy spa days before the wedding and spend time with family and friends that were traveling into town for the wedding. Trust me, even then, there's no shortage of items to do for the big day!
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
There was no question in my mind that my wedding lengha had to be RED. I wanted an updated traditional look. I had a vision of how I wanted to look on my wedding day and started breaking it down from there. I spent some time in India exploring wedding lenghas at stores throughout Delhi and then it just happened. I saw it, slept on it overnight, went back the next day & the rest started to fall into place from there.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The best part part about planning a wedding is how everyone you love comes together to make this one day of your life absolutely incredible. It was amazing to see how friends were offering advice, family was making everything happen across the ocean, my Mom was the creative mind and project manager of it all. From our siblings never leaving our side during wedding week, our parents being our pillars of strength and our friends/family making it the best wedding celebration. Can't forget our amazing vendors from Canada, Chicago, California and India that filled our wedding with professionalism, happiness and went above and beyond their call of duty. In my perspective we had set up our very own supply chain of ideas and resources to create our dream wedding in Chicago.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
They loved the intimate feel of all the events throughout the week of the wedding and that the schedule on the day of the wedding allowed for socializing with plenty of food during the quieter moments and plenty of moments to stay entertained throughout the day. Our goal was to make sure that everyone who came for our wedding was having a great time also. Not only did I want it to be a memorable day for me and Aman, but I wanted each one our guests to enjoy the day and be involved in helping us join our two lives together.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The entrance for our wedding reception was a really special moment. Both of us were nervous about performing our dance, and when we walked in there was such a great energy filled with so much positivity that it completely transformed ours. Surrounded by our family and friends, the night started off with a lot of dancing and celebrating right away.
 
For events other than your ceremony, please tell us as much as you would like about the decor, style, dances, and all the special details.
I really wanted to have an outdoor event, and there was no better place than in our lawn at our home.  I wanted bright colors, lots of flowers/garlands and while the rituals of haldi, chura and mehndi were happening to be surrounded by all of our loved ones. Having everyone there from the beginning of the wedding events to hosting a brunch after the wedding, it was a great wedding weekend!
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
During the wedding planning process, have an activity or a skill you are building that has the ability to take your mind away from wedding planning for a little while. This helps in three ways: one, you are building a skill that you can use in the future, two, you have a reason other than work to do something for yourself and three, you can come back to the wedding planning with a refreshed mind and outlook. It's really easy to think about your wedding around the clock (literally! so many late night phone calls to India) until it happens, so it's good to have a fun hobby you're doing alongside.
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
After dinner at the reception, we had a performance from a bhangra team to get everybody dancing again. This was so much fun and was an amazing performance! Mehndi was extremely important to me, it was the first thing I booked! I loved doing Haldi with Aman, doing it together made it really fun and makes for great pictures! Then he disappeared, while I had my chura ceremony. All of these rituals and events leading up to the wedding day are some of the best parts of our Indian weddings. Lastly, since we had so many family and friends coming from out of town, it was important to me to choose a venue where they would have access to Chicago so they could use their down time to sightsee and enjoy the city.

Get ready for the reception party!
STYLE
GUIDE
style
Traditional
Romantic
Luxury
season
Spring
color
Photography: I Alam Photography | Planning & Design: Chic Events by Sonia | Event Designer: Chic Events by Sonia | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Palmer House Hilton | Floral & Decor: Yanni Design Studio | Hair & Makeup: Dollhouse Beauty | DJ: Decibel Entertainment | Baraat: Maharaja Farm | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: Northwestern Bhangra | Bridal Fashions: Ushnak Mal | Bridal Jewelry: Purab Paschim by Ankit Khullar | Cinematography: Aria Films | Turban: Singh Me Up | Dance Choreographer: Shilpa from Raunak Dance Co


Chicago, IL Indian Wedding by I Alam Photography

Happy Friday, darlings! We are so glad you could join us at Shefali & Aman's wedding celebration! This grand event will not only make you have a great time, but it will be the best way to prepare for a weekend full of glam and inspiring ideas. So, let's check it out! For this installment, we'll be taking a look at a fantastic photoshoot carried out by the talented team from I Alam Photography. Each shot is a visual delight that we are sure you are going to love! Shefali looked like royalty dressed in her burgundy lengha from Ushnak Mal after being glamorized by Dollhouse Beauty. And, she crowned this ravishing look with dazzling pieces of jewelry from Purab Paschim by Ankit Khullar. Aman followed the line of tradition and elegance set by his beloved one and rocked a champagne Sherwani, very well complemented by a stylish turban from Singh Me Up. Don't miss the beauty surrounding this lovely and romantic photoshoot, and visit today's gallery! You will love it!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
It was the fall of 2015. Aman (my now husband) was returning to Duke to finish his final year of his MBA, and I had just moved to Durham to start my Master’s at Duke a few months before. By chance, we ended up at the same Back to School party at the beginning of the year. Across the way, he spotted me. Shortly after we were introduced to each other. We hit it off immediately and began what neither of us knew would be a lifetime of adventures together. Aman grew up in India and I grew up across the US, so to think of how our paths crossed and how we immediately became attached to one another, is a story I could have only imagined about finding love. There are some people who are meant to be in our lives, even if they start off a world apart, they find a way to each other.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We jetted off to LA for my birthday and Aman had a surprise in store for how to celebrate, little did I know there was a ring waiting at the end of it. I impatiently sat through well renowned LA traffic, bugging Aman about where we were going the entire time. Then the guessing began, as we approached metal fences and large runways built for airplanes, I knew I was in for something special. Aman had planned this beautiful experience of taking a helicopter ride over LA. We stopped during our helicopter travels atop a California mountain, where a picnic with roses and champagne were setup. While appreciating the view, Aman said I have to ask you something, and I turned to him to say ok go ahead. Little did I know I was giving him the go ahead to ask me to marry him. It was the perfect way to agree to start our lives together atop a mountain overlooking the ocean.
 
Tell us how you went about planning your wedding, and your overall experience with the Venues, Hair & Makeup, Outfits, Decor Theme, and all of the other important details.
As a business person, all great undertakings start with an excel. I made a list of all the vendors that I would like to incorporate into my wedding separated by each event and an estimated budget. After that I started filling in the gaps by reaching out to various vendors starting with venue, mehndi, photographer, videographer and decor. Since we had 8 months to plan a wedding, it was important to act fast, so I set a goal to finalize each vendor within 3 weeks from beginning research to final contracts. Instagram and internet wedding inspiration really helped to come up with a lot of the ideas we implemented for the entire wedding. From how to find jewelry and outfits while going to Delhi all the way to decor inspiration, collecting pictures and being prepared for each discussion with vendors was key to moving forward and having productive conversations. There's so much creativity that goes into planning a wedding, but I also set a timeline that for every new idea it would take 3 weeks to execute so no new ideas 3 weeks before the wedding. This worked out great, because we had time to be organized, enjoy spa days before the wedding and spend time with family and friends that were traveling into town for the wedding. Trust me, even then, there's no shortage of items to do for the big day!
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
There was no question in my mind that my wedding lengha had to be RED. I wanted an updated traditional look. I had a vision of how I wanted to look on my wedding day and started breaking it down from there. I spent some time in India exploring wedding lenghas at stores throughout Delhi and then it just happened. I saw it, slept on it overnight, went back the next day & the rest started to fall into place from there.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The best part part about planning a wedding is how everyone you love comes together to make this one day of your life absolutely incredible. It was amazing to see how friends were offering advice, family was making everything happen across the ocean, my Mom was the creative mind and project manager of it all. From our siblings never leaving our side during wedding week, our parents being our pillars of strength and our friends/family making it the best wedding celebration. Can't forget our amazing vendors from Canada, Chicago, California and India that filled our wedding with professionalism, happiness and went above and beyond their call of duty. In my perspective we had set up our very own supply chain of ideas and resources to create our dream wedding in Chicago.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
They loved the intimate feel of all the events throughout the week of the wedding and that the schedule on the day of the wedding allowed for socializing with plenty of food during the quieter moments and plenty of moments to stay entertained throughout the day. Our goal was to make sure that everyone who came for our wedding was having a great time also. Not only did I want it to be a memorable day for me and Aman, but I wanted each one our guests to enjoy the day and be involved in helping us join our two lives together.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The entrance for our wedding reception was a really special moment. Both of us were nervous about performing our dance, and when we walked in there was such a great energy filled with so much positivity that it completely transformed ours. Surrounded by our family and friends, the night started off with a lot of dancing and celebrating right away.
 
For events other than your ceremony, please tell us as much as you would like about the decor, style, dances, and all the special details.
I really wanted to have an outdoor event, and there was no better place than in our lawn at our home.  I wanted bright colors, lots of flowers/garlands and while the rituals of haldi, chura and mehndi were happening to be surrounded by all of our loved ones. Having everyone there from the beginning of the wedding events to hosting a brunch after the wedding, it was a great wedding weekend!
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
During the wedding planning process, have an activity or a skill you are building that has the ability to take your mind away from wedding planning for a little while. This helps in three ways: one, you are building a skill that you can use in the future, two, you have a reason other than work to do something for yourself and three, you can come back to the wedding planning with a refreshed mind and outlook. It's really easy to think about your wedding around the clock (literally! so many late night phone calls to India) until it happens, so it's good to have a fun hobby you're doing alongside.
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
After dinner at the reception, we had a performance from a bhangra team to get everybody dancing again. This was so much fun and was an amazing performance! Mehndi was extremely important to me, it was the first thing I booked! I loved doing Haldi with Aman, doing it together made it really fun and makes for great pictures! Then he disappeared, while I had my chura ceremony. All of these rituals and events leading up to the wedding day are some of the best parts of our Indian weddings. Lastly, since we had so many family and friends coming from out of town, it was important to me to choose a venue where they would have access to Chicago so they could use their down time to sightsee and enjoy the city.

A traditional ceremony is coming down the road, so stay close if you don't want to miss it! 
STYLE
GUIDE
style
Traditional
Romantic
Luxury
season
Spring
color
Photography: I Alam Photography | Planning & Design: Chic Events by Sonia | Event Designer: Chic Events by Sonia | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Palmer House Hilton | Floral & Decor: Yanni Design Studio | Hair & Makeup: Dollhouse Beauty | DJ: Decibel Entertainment | Baraat: Maharaja Farm | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: Northwestern Bhangra | Bridal Fashions: Ushnak Mal | Bridal Jewelry: Purab Paschim by Ankit Khullar | Cinematography: Aria Films | Turban: Singh Me Up | Dance Choreographer: Shilpa from Raunak Dance Co


Chicago, IL Indian Wedding by Joseph Kang Photography

Welcome back, darlings! It is time to unveil the outcome of this real-life fantasy. If you thought that the Mehndi Party and the wedding ceremony were impressive, you are going to be blown away with Payal & Amit's reception party! Perfectly conceptualized and executed by JD Eventz, this reception party held at the striking Waterford Banquet & Conference Center was something else! Once again, the talented team from Shaadi Creations managed to amaze us with another beautiful and enchanting decoration! The delicate linens that wrapped the ballroom and the soft-colored flowers created a beautiful and charming scene ideal for this gala! DJ Sohbash set the musical mood for this evening and put everyone on their feet with upbeat melodies that everyone loved! We want to make a big shoutout to Joseph Kang Photography for the fantastic shots they captured, as thanks to those shots we get to relive this lovely story. If you want to get more details of this celebration, don't miss the gallery that we have prepared for today!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I met Amit on “Dil Mil”.  I knew he was the one the moment he remembered the smallest detail about me (aka cherry coke and the way I like my bean burrito from Taco Bell) and also knew he was the one after he met my family. 
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We were in San Francisco to take engagement pictures. We had a photographer with us all day and at the end, as it was getting colder and we ere trying to wrap up, he kept stalling me. he proposed right on the beach with the view of the Golden Gate Bridge behind had. 
 
Tell us how you went about planning your wedding, and your overall experience with the Venues, Hair & Makeup, Outfits, Decor Theme, and all of the other important details.
I made many many calls to different vendors the month before I left for India to finalize everyone. It was a very stressful month with a lot of comparing one vendor over another.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I had a certain color I always wants. My sister and I created a shared wedding album years ago putting different outfits, rings, hairstyle styles etc..I used that as my guide and just knew when I saw my outfit that it was the one. I FaceTime my sister in law with my outfits and we both knew it was 
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Making all the small gifts and packing all the food together with all my family was the very enjoyable bc we were with my whole family. All the FaceTimes I did with my sister in law for every song was also fun.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
They loved the food a lot.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The moment I walked down the aisle and looked up and saw my parents looking at me.. that look on their face still brings joyful tears in my eyes 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Be patient and don’t lose your cool over something so small.
 
See you tomorrow, ladies! We have more lovely stories for you.
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Mehndi Artists: Henna Moments | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Waterford Banquet & Conference Center | Cinematography: Morga Productions | Photography: Joseph Kang Photography | Planning & Design: JD Eventz | Floral & Decor: Shaadi Creations | DJ: DJ Sohbash


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