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Alberta, Canada Pakistani Wedding by Studio 23 Photograph

Welcome back, dolls! For this marvelous photo shoot, Lubna and Waqas looked adorable wearing their traditional outfits against this staggering scenario and felt a little more adventurous by jumping into a canoe to strike the pose for the cameras of Studio 23 Photography! What a unique photo session! Maharani Lubna bedazzled in an intricately embroidered red outfit while Ms Painted Lady took care of all her beauty needs, giving her a queen flair! Lynn Fletcher Weddings planned and designed this fairy-tale wedding reception for the ages! Providing an incredibly amazing setup of stunning florals and chandeliers plus a divine wedding stage décor adding this way a big splash of elegance to the scenery!  DJ Jas Roadshow played the best songs that enlivened every festive dance performance while Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise provided a lavish meal that made every guest happier! I’m totally inspired by all the beauty that this soiree contained and I can’t wait for you to see it in our full gallery! Take a tour through the imagery!  

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We met through mutual friends on Christmas Eve a few years back. 
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Waqas had a scavenger hunt planned. I woke up to a couple of cards outside my bedroom door which was how it began. He had a day of activities planned for me. The final clue was a car was picking me up at 4:30 from my house. My driver arrived and took me to White Rock Lake, which is where Waqas proposed.
 
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.
From the very beginning, I knew I wanted a destination wedding. Picking Lake Louise for our wedding was an easy choice after visiting the destination a few times. Before visiting, I knew I wanted my ceremony to take place on the Terrace at Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise. After our visit, it didn't take much convincing to seal the deal. When I went to Banff, we viewed several properties to decide where we would have a Welcome Party and Valima. We chose Canmore Opera House for our Welcome Party since it is a quaint and cozy venue with a beautiful backdrop. When we visited Sky Bistro, I knew it was perfect for the Valima. It is on top of the mountain so all of our guests had to get on a Gondola to get to the top of the restaurant. We were so happy with all of our venue choices, the views exceeded our expectations. 
Hair and Makeup was very important to me, so we flew in the very best, MsPaintedLady from Dallas. 
My welcome party outfit was from Silk Threads in Dallas
My nikkah outfit was from a local designer in Dallas
My Shaadi outfit was from Shiza Hassan
My Valima outfit was from Pakistan
Waqas Shaadi outfit was from Rici Melion
Waqas Valima outfit was from Hugo Boss
 
Photography was also very important to me, so we flew in Michael Anthony (now known as Studio23) from LA. He has a landscape wedding photographer so I knew he would be perfect for our location
 
Decor and wedding planning was done by Lynn from Lynn Fletcher Weddings. I wanted a romantic look with glass tables and floral bridges throughout the room
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I wanted traditional red 
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
While stressful, I enjoyed all of it. Planning from a different country was difficult but rewarding 
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
The location and that they were able to make a vacation out of it.
 
When I first told people I was having a destination wedding, most people first question was "how are your parents okay with it?" It wasn't hard to convince them at all. After hosting my sisters 5-day wedding in Dallas for 600 people, my parents were completely on board for a change. 
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Our Imam did a great job, listening to him with his voice echoing off the lake was surreal
 
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.
We had a live painter at our ceremony and reception. It was such a special touch. We have the painting hanging in our home now. We wanted to make sure all the concerns of our guests were taken care of. It was important to give all guests a welcome bag with some essentials, we had sunglasses during our ceremony, we had shawls and hand warmers during our ceremony in case it got cold. 
Several of my cousins put together surprise dances for us. 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Soak it all in! Enjoy it because it will be over before you know it. Fights with family members and your significant other mean nothing in the grand scheme of things because it all works out perfectly 
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
welcome party jewelry: diamond and emerald set my parents got for me several years ago
Nikkah jewelry: traditional Hyderabadi jewelry 
Shaadi: my dad went to India a few months before my wedding and got me a diamond and emerald set
Valima: my in-laws got me a gold set 

 

I hope you loved this Pakistani dream wedding! 

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Sangeet Venue: Canmore Opera House | Ceremony and Reception Venue: Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise | Planning & Design: Lynn Fletcher Weddings | Event Designer: Lynn Fletcher Weddings | Floral & Decor: Lynn Fletcher Weddings | Hair & Makeup: Ms Painted Lady | Catering: Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise | DJ: DJ Jas Roadshow | Photography: Studio 23 Photography


Alberta, Canada Pakistani Wedding by Studio 23 Photograph

We are still in paradise, loves! Lubna and Waqas were ready to say "Yes" at the stunning Victoria Terrace of the Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise overlooking the Lake Louise and its impressive surroundings that allowed some extraordinary well achieved photos from Studio 23 Photography! The understated elegance, such a romantic color palette of peaceful shades of beige, ivory, white and light pinks created by Lynn Fletcher Weddings gave an air of absolute elegance and delicacy to the decorative and floral elements! These two wanted to warm up their guests with charming blankets and cozy favors that spruced up this outdoor ceremony. Lynn Fletcher Weddings were also in charge of ensuring that their event would come off as desired and what a marvelous job they did as the ceremony was a beautiful event! See all the inspiring layouts in the images below and visit our complete gallery!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We met through mutual friends on Christmas Eve a few years back. 
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Waqas had a scavenger hunt planned. I woke up to a couple of cards outside my bedroom door which was how it began. He had a day of activities planned for me. The final clue was a car was picking me up at 4:30 from my house. My driver arrived and took me to White Rock Lake, which is where Waqas proposed.
 
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.
From the very beginning, I knew I wanted a destination wedding. Picking Lake Louise for our wedding was an easy choice after visiting the destination a few times. Before visiting, I knew I wanted my ceremony to take place on the Terrace at Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise. After our visit, it didn't take much convincing to seal the deal. When I went to Banff, we viewed several properties to decide where we would have a Welcome Party and Valima. We chose Canmore Opera House for our Welcome Party since it is a quaint and cozy venue with a beautiful backdrop. When we visited Sky Bistro, I knew it was perfect for the Valima. It is on top of the mountain so all of our guests had to get on a Gondola to get to the top of the restaurant. We were so happy with all of our venue choices, the views exceeded our expectations. 
Hair and Makeup was very important to me, so we flew in the very best, MsPaintedLady from Dallas. 
My welcome party outfit was from Silk Threads in Dallas
My nikkah outfit was from a local designer in Dallas
My Shaadi outfit was from Shiza Hassan
My Valima outfit was from Pakistan
Waqas Shaadi outfit was from Rici Melion
Waqas Valima outfit was from Hugo Boss
 
Photography was also very important to me, so we flew in Michael Anthony (now known as Studio23) from LA. He has a landscape wedding photographer so I knew he would be perfect for our location
 
Decor and wedding planning was done by Lynn from Lynn Fletcher Weddings. I wanted a romantic look with glass tables and floral bridges throughout the room
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I wanted traditional red 
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
While stressful, I enjoyed all of it. Planning from a different country was difficult but rewarding 
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
The location and that they were able to make a vacation out of it.
 
When I first told people I was having a destination wedding, most people first question was "how are your parents okay with it?" It wasn't hard to convince them at all. After hosting my sisters 5-day wedding in Dallas for 600 people, my parents were completely on board for a change. 
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Our Imam did a great job, listening to him with his voice echoing off the lake was surreal
 
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.
We had a live painter at our ceremony and reception. It was such a special touch. We have the painting hanging in our home now. We wanted to make sure all the concerns of our guests were taken care of. It was important to give all guests a welcome bag with some essentials, we had sunglasses during our ceremony, we had shawls and hand warmers during our ceremony in case it got cold. 
Several of my cousins put together surprise dances for us. 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Soak it all in! Enjoy it because it will be over before you know it. Fights with family members and your significant other mean nothing in the grand scheme of things because it all works out perfectly 
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
welcome party jewelry: diamond and emerald set my parents got for me several years ago
Nikkah jewelry: traditional Hyderabadi jewelry 
Shaadi: my dad went to India a few months before my wedding and got me a diamond and emerald set
Valima: my in-laws got me a gold set 

 

See you in a bit for the reception! 

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Sangeet Venue: Canmore Opera House | Ceremony and Reception Venue: Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise | Planning & Design: Lynn Fletcher Weddings | Event Designer: Lynn Fletcher Weddings | Floral & Decor: Lynn Fletcher Weddings | Hair & Makeup: Ms Painted Lady | Catering: Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise | DJ: DJ Jas Roadshow | Photography: Studio 23 Photography


Alberta, Canada Pakistani Wedding by Studio 23 Photograph

Hold on tight, Maharanis! We are about to witness something truly special! We off to the breathtaking views of the crystalline waters of Lake Louise and the snowcapped mountain peaks of Alberta, Canada to be part of the alluring union between Lubna and Waqas! This one-of-a-kind Pakistani wedding was surrounded by the serenity of this natural wonder that was simply the most spectacular scenario for a romantic photoshoot captured by Studio 23 Photography! This couple’s wedding wear choices are the best! Maharani Lubna made a great impact for the camera with a fresh and very natural wedding makeup look by Ms Painted Lady and donned an impressive beige colored Anarkali suit she perfectly combined with an exquisite choker necklace! Because who doesn't want to look their best on their big day, right? While her prince Waqas went for a light design in super soft shades, just flawless for an outdoor wedding! There still so much of this gorgeous idyllic setting and its protagonists, so head to the full gallery and find more highlights of this dreamy Muslim shindig! 

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We met through mutual friends on Christmas Eve a few years back. 
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Waqas had a scavenger hunt planned. I woke up to a couple of cards outside my bedroom door which was how it began. He had a day of activities planned for me. The final clue was a car was picking me up at 4:30 from my house. My driver arrived and took me to White Rock Lake, which is where Waqas proposed.
 
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.
From the very beginning, I knew I wanted a destination wedding. Picking Lake Louise for our wedding was an easy choice after visiting the destination a few times. Before visiting, I knew I wanted my ceremony to take place on the Terrace at Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise. After our visit, it didn't take much convincing to seal the deal. When I went to Banff, we viewed several properties to decide where we would have a Welcome Party and Valima. We chose Canmore Opera House for our Welcome Party since it is a quaint and cozy venue with a beautiful backdrop. When we visited Sky Bistro, I knew it was perfect for the Valima. It is on top of the mountain so all of our guests had to get on a Gondola to get to the top of the restaurant. We were so happy with all of our venue choices, the views exceeded our expectations. 
Hair and Makeup was very important to me, so we flew in the very best, MsPaintedLady from Dallas. 
My welcome party outfit was from Silk Threads in Dallas
My nikkah outfit was from a local designer in Dallas
My Shaadi outfit was from Shiza Hassan
My Valima outfit was from Pakistan
Waqas Shaadi outfit was from Rici Melion
Waqas Valima outfit was from Hugo Boss
 
Photography was also very important to me, so we flew in Michael Anthony (now known as Studio23) from LA. He has a landscape wedding photographer so I knew he would be perfect for our location
 
Decor and wedding planning was done by Lynn from Lynn Fletcher Weddings. I wanted a romantic look with glass tables and floral bridges throughout the room
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I wanted traditional red 
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
While stressful, I enjoyed all of it. Planning from a different country was difficult but rewarding 
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
The location and that they were able to make a vacation out of it.
 
When I first told people I was having a destination wedding, most people first question was "how are your parents okay with it?" It wasn't hard to convince them at all. After hosting my sisters 5-day wedding in Dallas for 600 people, my parents were completely on board for a change. 
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Our Imam did a great job, listening to him with his voice echoing off the lake was surreal
 
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.
We had a live painter at our ceremony and reception. It was such a special touch. We have the painting hanging in our home now. We wanted to make sure all the concerns of our guests were taken care of. It was important to give all guests a welcome bag with some essentials, we had sunglasses during our ceremony, we had shawls and hand warmers during our ceremony in case it got cold. 
Several of my cousins put together surprise dances for us. 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Soak it all in! Enjoy it because it will be over before you know it. Fights with family members and your significant other mean nothing in the grand scheme of things because it all works out perfectly 
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
welcome party jewelry: diamond and emerald set my parents got for me several years ago
Nikkah jewelry: traditional Hyderabadi jewelry 
Shaadi: my dad went to India a few months before my wedding and got me a diamond and emerald set
Valima: my in-laws got me a gold set 

 

Full access to the Nikkah ceremony. Right up next!

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Sangeet Venue: Canmore Opera House | Ceremony and Reception Venue: Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise | Planning & Design: Lynn Fletcher Weddings | Event Designer: Lynn Fletcher Weddings | Floral & Decor: Lynn Fletcher Weddings | Hair & Makeup: Ms Painted Lady | Catering: Fairmont Chateau Lake Louise | DJ: DJ Jas Roadshow | Photography: Studio 23 Photography


San Antonio, TX Indian Wedding by Sameer Soorma Studios

It's time for another fabulous wedding event honoring, Sheetal and Mukesh's love story! Join me and Sameer Soorma Studios as we head together inside the spectacular Hyatt Regency San Antonio Riverwalk for a glamorous wedding bash orchestrated by The One EventThese newlyweds wrap it up with a fun and exciting party enlivened by Desi Junction DJs and while Laxmi Farsan added the tasteful and traditional touch with their delicious flavors. Divine Decor of Dallas was the team in charge of creating the magical ambiance that tantalized all the senses. A round wedding arbor strategically located in the main focal point while two stunning white trees framed the grand scenario! I also can't get over the beautiful arches that crossed the hall and that provided a sense of a spellbinding modern fairytale. Bride Sheetal is totally pretty in pink and looked wonderful with her super chic ponytail and rosy and radiant makeup look by Red Lotus Artistry! Mukesh, donned a fresh look as he went for a midnight blue suit he paired off with a charming pink pocket square and bow tie to match his wedding theme! For warm memories and more moments captured by Sameer Soorma Studios visit our full gallery!

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More wedding inspiration awaits for you tomorrow!

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Photography: Sameer Soorma Studios | Hair & Makeup: Red Lotus Artistry | Ceremony and Reception Venue: Hyatt Regency San Antonio Riverwalk | Planning & Design: The One Event | Floral & Decor: Divine Decor of Dallas | Catering: Laxmi Farsan | DJ: Desi Junction DJs | Cinematography: Epique Cinema | Live Music: Anis Chandani- Flutist


Philadelphia, PA South Indian Fusion Wedding by Studio Nine Photography

Time to get into some post-ceremony fun! After a long day of emotions and solemnity, Mounica and Evan threw a beautiful wedding gala at the elegant Ballroom at the Ben! With a wonderful décor design from JP Decor that included a romantic stage draping, lavish furniture, and must-see floral centerpieces! This cute couple had a blast at the reception, thanks to M4U Events’ music that ensured the crowd also had a blast! Maharani Mounica looks so captivating in a fiery golden lehenga designed with amazing hair and makeup by Sonia C, she joined her well-suited husband who really flaunted a dreamy style! Mirchi Mt. Laurel did a wonderful job serving a mouth-watering traditional dinner and guests were back on the tables to enjoy a sweet moment with the delicious cake created back by Bakers of Buffington! You can't expect any less when you have the expert help from Tum Hi Ho Events, always going beyond expectations! There is much more to check out from this wonderful fusion soiree in our complete gallery by Studio Nine Photography + Cinema, be sure not to miss anything out!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Evan and I met in Philadelphia in the Spring of 2014. He was in his last year of dental school and I was in my third year of medical school. Our first date was at our now favorite wine bar in the city - Tria. We really hit it off and looked forward to spending more time together. I knew he was "the one" when our relationship seemed so effortless. It was also when he was moving back to Tampa after graduation for work, and we both knew without hesitation that we felt committed to one another and that we would do long distance. I then moved down to Florida after graduation for residency. The rest is history! 
 
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.
Planning our wedding felt extremely overwhelming at first. We didn't know many vendors or really even where to start. We were also attempting to combine different elements into a traditional Indian wedding, as my husband is Cuban-American. Luckily, I had a long engagement and started with online websites, Pinterest, Indian bridal magazines, Instagram, and just asking around for advice. I also went to a bridal show for some inspiration.  My mother and sister did a lot of research and ended up planning a lot of the details - including venue, food, decor theme and more. My aunt Shravani in India also helped immensely with the planning and coordinated outfits, invitations, and more. 
 
I had in mind that I wanted to book Studio Nine for photo/video based on their previous work, and started there. We went back to Philadelphia for a quick trip and toured different venues. We fell in love with the Ballroom at the Ben and thought it would be perfect for our wedding. After that, we just spent time contacting different vendors for the day of coordination, DJ, hair and makeup, decorators, etc. We went with people who we felt had a lot of experience, were responsive, and the easiest to work with. They were all extremely professional and our guests raved about every single one! 
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I knew I wanted the classic colors of gold and red incorporated into the decor and into our outfits. I wanted something timeless and romantic. My mom and sister went to India for a week and went shopping with my aunt in Hyderabad. They all have great taste so I trusted them to pick out my wedding outfit, and they did a great job. They bought a deep pink Kanjeevaram (silk) Sari in Hyderabad.
 
My reception outfit was from Shyamal & Bhumika. We saw it online, messaged them through WhatsApp, and did the measurements via facetime! They shipped it over and it fit perfectly. 
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
I felt that the planning process was very stressful, but at the end of the day, it was all worth it. My parents, sister and I were able to spend a lot of time together planning. It was also fun to introduce our culture and traditions to Evan's family, and they embraced everything wholeheartedly. 
 
We also had a large number of family and friends that helped us execute our vision. Without all of those people, we would not have been able to pull it off. It was amazing to see them all step up and help my parents the weeks leading up to the wedding. 
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
All of our guests told us they had a great time at all of the events - and it really showed! They appreciated how organized everything was, thanks to Tum Hi Ho Events. Our DJ/emcee from M4U Events was amazing and the dance floor was never empty. Mirchi Mt.Laurel also did a great job with the food, especially incorporating some American elements into traditional Indian cuisine. 
 
Overall, we felt that this day was not just about us but really about everyone who attended and supported us throughout our relationship. We wanted everyone to feel welcome, enjoy new traditions/customs, and have a great party. There was nothing but joy and good vibes over the weekend, and we are grateful for everyone who made it so fun and enjoyable. 
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
My favorite parts of the ceremony were the "Thalambralu," when we showered each other with rice and flowers. I also loved the ending of the ceremony, "Sapthapadi” when we took our seven steps around the fire. It felt very spiritual and peaceful.
 
My favorite parts of the reception were our first dance. We also got married on Father's Day, so after I danced with my dad, we asked all the fathers and daughters to join us on the dance floor. Everyone danced to “You’ll be in my heart” to Phil Collins. Looking out and seeing so much joy and love on the dance floor made me extremely happy.
 
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.
We started on Friday night with a combination Sangeet/Mehndi ceremony. We decided to make this a “Cuban” themed sangeet as Evan is half Cuban. The décor had lots of tropical elements, and flower arrangements were done by Evan’s father, Frank Prado. We put forth our best Bollywood effort, and the groom’s side also participated with salsa dancing and ended with a Conga line. 
 
The following day, my side had the “pellikuthuru” ceremony at my house. This was followed by lunch at our local clubhouse. On the same day, as much of Evan’s extended family was new to the area, they all gathered for a Bus tour of Philadelphia in the morning. Evan’s father had rented out a double-decker city tour bus that showed our guests the historical and must-see modern sites. They ended with lunch at Pietro’s on South Street. 
 
Sunday, June 17th, was then the big day. Everyone gathered with Evan at Washington Square Park for the Baraat. Evan was on his horse, and everyone paraded down Walnut Street, took a right onto 9th street, and ended at the venue. They had Cuban hats, maracas, and personalized sunglasses on the way. We encouraged everyone on both sides to participate and they had a blast. 
 
We had had the ceremony and lunch, followed by the reception in the evening. 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Enjoy the ride, even if it's a stressful one. I would also say to be open to compromise, as everything ends up falling into place at the end, and it will be a wonderful day. 
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
Venue: Ballroom at the Ben - Philadelphia - we loved the central location of the ballroom and its traditional, classic, timeless beauty. Ott, our maitre'd, was also amazing and made sure everything went perfectly! 
 
Photo/Video: Studio Nine Photography - Zach Blum and team, and they did an excellent job. 
 
Coordination: Tum Hi Ho Events - Kept everything running smoothly and on time! This was absolutely one of the best investments we made towards our wedding and could not have imagined the day without them. 
 
Entertainment: M4U Events - kept the dance floor packed all night! We had quite a few people tell us it felt more like a concert than a reception. 
 
Florals: JP Decors, New Jersey  - They did a beautiful job with the mandap and flower wall, as well as the bouquets and centerpieces. We had hot pink, ivory, and regular pink roses, as well as hydrangeas and orchids. 
 
Catering: Ceremony and Reception: Mirchi Mt. Laurel--New Jersey  - Lunch was more South Indian brunch style, with pasta and burgers as well. Dinner was Indian, including fish, goat and chicken curry dishes. We also had an Indian staple – Biryani, as well as samosas and chicken and lamb kebabs. 
 
Cake: Bakers of Buffington – Downingtown, PA - We had a four-tier cake – each tier had a different flavor. Flavors were carrot, red velvet, chocolate chip and marble with various fillings 
Invitations: Gampa Brothers – Secunderabad, India 
Seating Chart: Declaration of Invitations – Bryn Mawr, PA   
Brides Hair and Make up - Sonia Chaudery – Instagram: @soniacmakeup
 

If you are seeking the best and most creative weddings make sure to come back on Monday! Have a wonderful weekend, readers!

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Photography: Studio Nine Photography + Cinema | DJ: M4U Events | Planning & Design: Tum Hi Ho Events | Ceremony and Reception Venue: Ballroom at the Ben - Finley Catering | Floral & Decor: JP Decor | Hair & Makeup: Sonia C | Catering: Mirchi Mt. Laurel | Cake & Treats: Bakers of Buffington | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Gampa Brothers


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