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Montego Bay, Jamaica Indian Wedding by True Colors Photography

Hello there, darlings! We've arrived at Palak & Mihir's grand wedding finale by taking a look at their intimate and stylish wedding reception party held at the Grand Palladium Jamaica & Lady Hamilton Resort & Spa. The ballroom featured a minimalist yet on-point decor crafted by Tai Flora Luxe, and the result was pure regal and romantic bliss. We were lost in a mesmerizing haze of delight as we looked through the photos captured by True Colors Photography. Every single shot is a visual masterpiece that showcases this fantastic event in such a beautiful way that we get to feel just as if we were there. For this closing gala, Palak chose the most dazzling lehenga, very well complemented with the flawless makeup and hairstyle designed by Zentropia Spa. And we loved the final look on her! Without any question, this was the best way to bring the wedding festivities to an end with a flourish! And all we have to say is that we are happy beyond words that these two found each other as the love they radiate is so pure and true that you soon enough realize that they are soulmates meant to be together! If you want to relive this entire event, make sure to take a look at today's gallery! We have compiled the most memorable scenes for your enjoyment! It is worth the while!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Mihir and I met at work during the summer of 2012, I was a summer intern there and he was working full-time. For one of my projects during my internship- I was handing out a questionnaire to each department and that’s when I came into his department and started conversing with him. He had intentionally not written his name on the questionnaire which gave me another reason to talk to him. We clicked right away and started seeing and talking to each other a lot more. A year later, we started dating and have been together ever since then. He always brings the best side of me and is extremely supportive of every decision I make. As the years passed and our relationship became stronger, I realized he was the one. I always wanted to marry someone that is not only my partner but also my best friend with who I can always count on and talk openly with.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Mihir’s proposal plan was to try and recreate our very first date and to go the same place for dinner, take the same walk along the lakeshore, and surprise me where we first sat and talked. Unfortunately Mother Nature’s schedule wouldn’t allow for it to occur on the first day he tried. It began to rain and Mihir wisely chose to change the plan as he knew I wouldn’t like the pictures of the proposal being ruined by rain. He craftily attempted to propose again during the same week, by kneeling to tie his shoes, and I’ll admit I thought that was going to be it, but once again, rain played spoiler. The day he finally proposed, we were walking around the port after having lunch and it was a gorgeous spring day outside, we were indulging on our gelato and i didn’t even realize we had walked to a serene and private area of the lakeshore. He started telling me about how he feels about me and then went on his knees and ended up popping the question. I couldn’t have asked for a better proposal because he remembered our first date and mimicked it for the proposal!

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 I have a design background, I always wanted to incorporate a touch of my vision for the wedding which included brainstorming on Monterrey by creating mood boards. I then collaborated with my wedding coordinator, Leanna Burdie by showcasing what I was envisioning with lots of notes and images that best describes what I was looking for. Then she showed me what the resort can offer and we started selecting the decor, linen, layout, etc. I made welcome bags for all the guests that were coming with some snacks, waterproof phone covers, our wedding week itinerary and thank you cards.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I found my Bridal Lengha at The New Delhi Company in Toronto. I wanted to wear a traditional colour but did not want red, so I started exploring other colour options such as burgundy, I also did not want to wear a very heavy Lengha as our wedding venue was on the beach. The day I wore my Bridal Lengha, I knew right away that the outfit is the one!

The other outfits for the rest of my events were from India. Thanks to my mom and masi along with constant FaceTiming her in India during odd hours of the day.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Our wedding day, as I was walking down the aisle and saw Mihir - I felt so content and ready to marry the man of my dreams.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Things may not always go as you planned but always remember to cherish and enjoy every moment during your wedding festivities.

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
Jewelry: India
Decor such as table numbers, welcome drinks sign, entrance table design layout bangles and bindi bar signs for mehendi was designed by me.
The m&p sign for the reception backdrop and cake topper was ordered on Etsy.

We hope you've enjoyed today's featured wedding as much as we did! Have a great rest of the day, and make sure to tune in tomorrow for more!

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Ceremony & Reception Venue: Grand Palladium Jamaica & Lady Hamilton Resort & Spa | Planning & Design: Leanna Budrie | Floral & Decor: Tai Flora Luxe | Hair & Makeup: Zentropia Spa | Photography: True Colors Photography


Montego Bay, Jamaica Indian Wedding by True Colors Photography

Welcome back, Maharanis! If you loved the photo shoot featured in our previous post, wait until you see the magical wedding ceremony these two had! It was fantastic, so get ready to enjoy it! The big day arrived, and Palak & Mihir could not have asked for a better scenario to tie the knot. The sublime landscapes surrounding the Grand Palladium Jamaica & Lady Hamilton Resort & Spa and the spectacular decor put together by Tai Flora Luxe set the mood for this solemn event, reminiscent to a fairytale story! And we want to make a special shoutout to Leanna Budrie as this lovely ceremony could not have been possible without their detailed planning and perfect execution, so big kudos to them! Although there was so much beauty to admire, it was our gorgeous Palak who had all eyes on her! She looked ravishing dressed on her traditional lengha after being glamorized by the talented team from Zentropia Spa, who took care of her beauty needs making her look like royalty! If you can't get enough of this lovely couple during their wedding ceremony, make sure to take a look at all the fantastic shots captured by True Colors Photography in today's gallery! It is a cornucopia of beauty and traditional flair that you don't want to miss, so go check it out! You'll get tons of inspiring ideas!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Mihir and I met at work during the summer of 2012, I was a summer intern there and he was working full-time. For one of my projects during my internship- I was handing out a questionnaire to each department and that’s when I came into his department and started conversing with him. He had intentionally not written his name on the questionnaire which gave me another reason to talk to him. We clicked right away and started seeing and talking to each other a lot more. A year later, we started dating and have been together ever since then. He always brings the best side of me and is extremely supportive of every decision I make. As the years passed and our relationship became stronger, I realized he was the one. I always wanted to marry someone that is not only my partner but also my best friend with who I can always count on and talk openly with.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Mihir’s proposal plan was to try and recreate our very first date and to go the same place for dinner, take the same walk along the lakeshore, and surprise me where we first sat and talked. Unfortunately Mother Nature’s schedule wouldn’t allow for it to occur on the first day he tried. It began to rain and Mihir wisely chose to change the plan as he knew I wouldn’t like the pictures of the proposal being ruined by rain. He craftily attempted to propose again during the same week, by kneeling to tie his shoes, and I’ll admit I thought that was going to be it, but once again, rain played spoiler. The day he finally proposed, we were walking around the port after having lunch and it was a gorgeous spring day outside, we were indulging on our gelato and i didn’t even realize we had walked to a serene and private area of the lakeshore. He started telling me about how he feels about me and then went on his knees and ended up popping the question. I couldn’t have asked for a better proposal because he remembered our first date and mimicked it for the proposal!

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 I have a design background, I always wanted to incorporate a touch of my vision for the wedding which included brainstorming on Monterrey by creating mood boards. I then collaborated with my wedding coordinator, Leanna Burdie by showcasing what I was envisioning with lots of notes and images that best describes what I was looking for. Then she showed me what the resort can offer and we started selecting the decor, linen, layout, etc. I made welcome bags for all the guests that were coming with some snacks, waterproof phone covers, our wedding week itinerary and thank you cards.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I found my Bridal Lengha at The New Delhi Company in Toronto. I wanted to wear a traditional colour but did not want red, so I started exploring other colour options such as burgundy, I also did not want to wear a very heavy Lengha as our wedding venue was on the beach. The day I wore my Bridal Lengha, I knew right away that the outfit is the one!

The other outfits for the rest of my events were from India. Thanks to my mom and masi along with constant FaceTiming her in India during odd hours of the day.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Our wedding day, as I was walking down the aisle and saw Mihir - I felt so content and ready to marry the man of my dreams.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Things may not always go as you planned but always remember to cherish and enjoy every moment during your wedding festivities.

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
Jewelry: India
Decor such as table numbers, welcome drinks sign, entrance table design layout bangles and bindi bar signs for mehendi was designed by me.
The m&p sign for the reception backdrop and cake topper was ordered on Etsy.

More to come, ladies! So make sure to stick around.

STYLE
GUIDE
style
Traditional
Beach
Destination
season
Summer
color
Ceremony & Reception Venue: Grand Palladium Jamaica & Lady Hamilton Resort & Spa | Planning & Design: Leanna Budrie | Floral & Decor: Tai Flora Luxe | Hair & Makeup: Zentropia Spa | Photography: True Colors Photography


Montego Bay, Jamaica Indian Wedding by True Colors Photography

Good morning, Maharanis! Are you ready to venture on a trip to the beach? We hope you are because today we are taking you to the paradisiac lands of Montego Bay, Jamaica, to join Palak & Mihir at their wedding festivities. And believe us; this is one adventure you don't want to miss, so let's get right into it! We will start this journey in the best possible way, by taking a look at a breathtaking photoshoot carried out by the talented team from True Colors Photography. Like taken out of a fairy tale, the love of this lovely young couple got portrayed in such a fantastic way that we cannot stretch how much we love every bit of it! With the majestic sea in the background, and with the sunset providing the best possible lighting, Palak & Mihir could not have asked for a better scenario for this session. They both looked incredibly happy, relaxed, and in love, but it was our gorgeous Maharani who stole the show! She looked drop-dead beautiful dressed in her trendy lengha with golden embroidery, very well complemented with the perfect makeup and splendid hairstyle that Zentropia Spa prepared for this special day. If you want to dive a little deeper into this sweet and romantic story, you cannot miss the gallery that we have prepared for today. So go check it out, you'll love it!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Mihir and I met at work during the summer of 2012, I was a summer intern there and he was working full-time. For one of my projects during my internship- I was handing out a questionnaire to each department and that’s when I came into his department and started conversing with him. He had intentionally not written his name on the questionnaire which gave me another reason to talk to him. We clicked right away and started seeing and talking to each other a lot more. A year later, we started dating and have been together ever since then. He always brings the best side of me and is extremely supportive of every decision I make. As the years passed and our relationship became stronger, I realized he was the one. I always wanted to marry someone that is not only my partner but also my best friend with who I can always count on and talk openly with.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Mihir’s proposal plan was to try and recreate our very first date and to go the same place for dinner, take the same walk along the lakeshore, and surprise me where we first sat and talked. Unfortunately Mother Nature’s schedule wouldn’t allow for it to occur on the first day he tried. It began to rain and Mihir wisely chose to change the plan as he knew I wouldn’t like the pictures of the proposal being ruined by rain. He craftily attempted to propose again during the same week, by kneeling to tie his shoes, and I’ll admit I thought that was going to be it, but once again, rain played spoiler. The day he finally proposed, we were walking around the port after having lunch and it was a gorgeous spring day outside, we were indulging on our gelato and i didn’t even realize we had walked to a serene and private area of the lakeshore. He started telling me about how he feels about me and then went on his knees and ended up popping the question. I couldn’t have asked for a better proposal because he remembered our first date and mimicked it for the proposal!

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 I have a design background, I always wanted to incorporate a touch of my vision for the wedding which included brainstorming on Monterrey by creating mood boards. I then collaborated with my wedding coordinator, Leanna Burdie by showcasing what I was envisioning with lots of notes and images that best describes what I was looking for. Then she showed me what the resort can offer and we started selecting the decor, linen, layout, etc. I made welcome bags for all the guests that were coming with some snacks, waterproof phone covers, our wedding week itinerary and thank you cards.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I found my Bridal Lengha at The New Delhi Company in Toronto. I wanted to wear a traditional colour but did not want red, so I started exploring other colour options such as burgundy, I also did not want to wear a very heavy Lengha as our wedding venue was on the beach. The day I wore my Bridal Lengha, I knew right away that the outfit is the one!

The other outfits for the rest of my events were from India. Thanks to my mom and masi along with constant FaceTiming her in India during odd hours of the day.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Our wedding day, as I was walking down the aisle and saw Mihir - I felt so content and ready to marry the man of my dreams.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Things may not always go as you planned but always remember to cherish and enjoy every moment during your wedding festivities.

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
Jewelry: India
Decor such as table numbers, welcome drinks sign, entrance table design layout bangles and bindi bar signs for mehendi was designed by me.
The m&p sign for the reception backdrop and cake topper was ordered on Etsy.

Get ready to enjoy the upcoming wedding ceremony, you are going to love it!

STYLE
GUIDE
style
Traditional
Beach
Destination
season
Summer
color
Ceremony & Reception Venue: Grand Palladium Jamaica & Lady Hamilton Resort & Spa | Planning & Design: Leanna Budrie | Floral & Decor: Tai Flora Luxe | Hair & Makeup: Zentropia Spa | Photography: True Colors Photography


Fairfax Station, VA Sikh Wedding by Catch Motion Photography

Hello there, beauty queens! It is time to bring Joyti & Sonny's wedding festivities to an end by taking a look at their fantastic wedding reception held at the Foxchase Manor. Once again, the winning combination of SW Events, on the designing and execution, and Yaadein Weddings taking the wheel on the decor resulted in a fabulous event that everyone loved! And we are so thankful that Catch Motion Photography was there, as it is thanks to their fantastic shots that we get to take a look at all the beauty surrounding this gala. And we cannot talk about beauty without talking about our lovely Joyti. She burst into the room looking like a princess thanks to Sonia Iqbal, who praised her innate beauty with a dreamy makeup and hairstyle. To turn this gala into a full-flair party, Joyti & Sonny called Platinum Entertainment. Everyone had a great time and danced the night away, only stopping to taste the delicious plates prepared by Panj Tara, right before having a bit at the mouth-melting cake baked by Custom Cakes and Cupcakes by Angela Hines. If you were captivated by this lovely couple and want to see more of them during their wedding festivities, don't hesitate to visit the gallery that we have prepared for today. It is an absolute visual delight that you are going to love!

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Have an awesome weekend, ladies!

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Planning & Design: SW Events | Cinematographer: The Wedding Cartel | Photographer: Catch Motion Photography | Ceremony Venue: Sikh Foundation of Virginia | Reception Venue: Foxchase Manor | Floral & Decor: Yaadein Weddings | Hair & Makeup: Sonia Iqbal | Catering: Panj Tara | DJ: Platinum Entertainment | Cake & Treats: Custom Cakes and Cupcakes by Angela Hines


Fairfax Station, VA Sikh Wedding by Catch Motion Photography

Welcome back, Maharanis! We know that Joyti & Sonny's opening Mehndi ceremony got your attention and that you want to see more about this lovely couple! So wait no more, as we have more amazing details to share with you! This time, we will be heading off to the Sikh Foundation of Virginia to take a look at these lovebirds' wedding ceremony thoroughly designed and executed by SW Events. The halls of this venue transformed into a full traditional setting thanks to the fantastic decor crafted by Yaadein Weddings. The striking golden Mandap, the fancy chandeliers, and the ornaments used for this wedding ceremony created a perfect scenario for Joyti & Sonny to tie the knot in the company of their family and closest friends. And we want to take a moment to appreciate Joyti's breathtaking look! She was a vision of beauty dressed in her traditional  Lengha, very well complemented with the sleek hairstyle and lovely makeup designed by Sonia Iqbal. The final result: A dreamy look that exceeded all expectations! If you want to check more of this ceremony, head into our gallery for more. The good friends from Catch Motion Photography shared the shots taken during this event, and we put them all together for you to enjoy! So check them out.

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Get ready to have some fun at the upcoming reception party! You are going to love it!

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Traditional
Contemporary
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Autumn
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Planning & Design: SW Events | Cinematographer: The Wedding Cartel | Photographer: Catch Motion Photography | Ceremony Venue: Sikh Foundation of Virginia | Reception Venue: Foxchase Manor | Floral & Decor: Yaadein Weddings | Hair & Makeup: Sonia Iqbal | Catering: Panj Tara | DJ: Platinum Entertainment | Cake & Treats: Custom Cakes and Cupcakes by Angela Hines


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