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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.

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Long Island, NY Indian Wedding by House of Talent Studio

We have finally arrived at Pooja and Ashwin’s glamorous wedding bash at the Hilton Long Island Huntington. The perfect ending to a once in a lifetime long weekend. For the reception, the bride showed up in a dual color embroidered lehenga that will make you wish you were getting married today. The groom’s outfit was a classic black tuxedo that also makes us dream. We are absolutely captivated by the organizational details of Chandai Events who achieved to create the most memorable South Asian wedding reception along with Florista Décor, who marveled all the guests with a floral Indian wedding stage and innumerable classy décor details.  The catering was provided by the amazing Tandoor Caterers and DJ USA provided endless dancing hours for the lovebirds friends and family. The cake cutting was such a stellar moment with an exquisite invention of Leonetti Pastry Shop.  Guests had tons of fun taking snaps of the night with ISH Photo Booth Rentals. This was definitely a party that kept us and the attendants talking about it for many days. Enjoy this fairytale affair forever imprinted by Hilton Long Island Huntington and don’t forget to head to the gallery for more lovely photos. 

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Have a wonderful weekend, loves! Don't forget to meet our newest Platinum Guide members!

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Photography: House of Talent Studio | Planning & Design: Chandai Events | Hair & Makeup: SV Bridal Concepts by Sanjana Vaswani | Floral & Decor: Florista Decor | Baraat: DJ Monu Singh Entertainment | Ceremony and Reception Venue: Hilton Long Island Huntington | Lunch Catering: Ganesh Temple | Cocktail and Reception Catering: Tandoor & Co. Restaurant | Reception DJ: DJ USA | Baraat Horse: Ponies Will Travel | Cakes and Treats: Leonetti Pastry Shop | Photo Booth: ISH Photo Booth Rentals | Priest: Ganesh Temple


Philadelphia, PA Indian Wedding by Lightyear Studio

Welcome back to the last installment of Brinda and Sunny’s wedding bash! For her reception bridal wear, the bride channeled her inner fashionista queen and chose one of our favorite fashions to date. We are absolutely in love with Brinda’s petal pink lengha with a royal cape detail. We need this lehenga asap! Brides-to-be, take note, a cape is such a fab alternative to the traditional dupatta. This gorgeous gown was topped off with shiny locks and sparkling makeup courtesy of Sonia Collection and we are feeling major bridal inspo! The ballroom at DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Philadelphia Center City was dripping with fantasy thanks to the talented team at Partyland Sajawat. Feather centerpieces, floral walls, and glittering drapings were just some of the elements that made up the sensational decor. When Brinda and Sunny entered the ballroom, guests cheered with delight at the sight of the beloved twosome. Luxe Event Entertainment rocked the turntables and provided incredible live entertainment. Lightyear Studio has forever memorialized this grand event and you can see all the fab photos in the full gallery.

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Wow what a celebration! We can see Akshar Dholis and Luxe Event Entertainment whipped the crowd into a dancing mood the entire weekend. See you lovelies tomorrow!

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Hair & Makeup: Sonia C | Floral & Decor: Partyland Event Design Boutique | Draping/Styling: Sonia C | Transportation: US Bargain Limo | Welcome Party Venue: Belmont Mansion | Ceremony & Reception Venue: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Philadelphia Center City | Catering: BAPS Shayona | DJ: Luxe Event Entertainment | Baraat: Luxe Event Entertainment | Bridal Fashions: Customized from Aso Palav | Bridal Jewelry: Mom’s Wedding Jewelry | Cakes & Treats: Palak’s Cakes | Cinematography: Lightyear Studio | Lighting: Luxe Event Entertainment | Photo Booth: Old City Photo Booth | Tuxedos: Smith's Black Tie & Tailoring | Custom Signage: Shanti Scribe | Photographer: Lightyear Studio


Philadelphia, PA Indian Wedding by Lightyear Studio

We return to DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Philadelphia Center City for Brinda and Sunny’s grand Indian wedding bash. We have to admit that every image captured by Lightyear Studio had our hearts melting with joy. Brinda started off her big day with bridal prep with her hair and makeup expertly applied by the talents at Sonia Collection. Such an important part of the day, because we all know if the bride feels her best, then everyone around her feels their best too! The bride wanted the ultimate in South Asian flair and her long locks were festooned into an elegant updo, covered with a sparkling dupatta. Meanwhile, Partyland Sajawat bathed the ballroom into a resplendent oasis of golds and pinks. A towering mandap served as the spectacular centerpiece, and resembled something out of the most intricate Indian palace. After a banging baraat with sounds courtesy of Luxe Event Entertainment and Akshar Dholis, it was time for the main event! Every inch of the space was ornately decorated in blooms, candles, and crystals to create the most inspiration decor imaginable. After the duo were pronounced husband and wife, guests showered the newlyweds with oodles of bubbles. Relive Brinda and Sunny’s big day with all the memories captured by Lightyear Studio in the full gallery. When we return, we’ll share all the inside scoop on their fab receptionAnd read on for more behind the scenes deets!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?

Sunny and I met several years ago in Philly. The Chicago native was making his way to Philly for Dental School interviews. A mutual friend reached out, letting me know her friend was going to be in Philly but he's new to the city - "do you mind if he reaches out to you if he needs anything or questions?" "Yeah, go for it!" Fast forward a few weeks, Sunny makes his debut in Philly and we decide to meet up for ice cream. He was new to Philly so the least I could do is get ice cream with him...and my other friend I dragged with me, just to make sure Sunny doesn't get the wrong idea. The three of us had a great time and parted ways. I moved out of Philly and Sunny moved in. Next time I saw him was a year later at Starbucks then again on a bus in Atlanta with his best friend. Fast forward a few years this time, I hung out with him again but this time it was completely different. Our conversations, our interactions - everything was of butterflies and that "new" feeling. Now, years after our first encounter, we're married yet the butterflies and the "new" feeling still remain.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!

I spent the entire previous day helping Sunny shot for his new apartment. Safe to say I was exhausted by the end of the day! One of my best friends, Pria, texted me earlier asking me to pick her up from the airport Sunday morning and get breakfast so of course, I said yes! As I was leaving, I asked Sunny if he wanted to come with me to this "really good" bagel place Pria was taking me to - he loves bagels! Why wouldn't he want to come?! He declined and said he was hanging out with a few friends but "they want to do lunch so ask Pria if she wants to come!" I picked up Pria, took her home to drop off her things, then we walked to the bagel place. Turns out, they had minimal options so we started roaming and found something better. She then told me she wanted to meet up for a bit with her boyfriend at a coffee shop a few blocks down. I told her I was going to tag along, why not?! We started walking toward the middle of City Hall and I saw a sign in the distance - I was thinking it was either an artist or protest. As I was walking in the 90 degree weather, Pria stared slowing down so I turned back and asked her to "hurry up - it's hot!" Then I see a really well dressed man standing in the middle. STILL didn't think anything of it until I got closer and saw that this "well dressed man" was Sunny! The sign: "The One Where She Says..." a reference to my favorite show, Friends! He had a photographer, a new outfit for me to change into (plus perfect fitting shoes!), and another one of my best friends, all the way from London! It was just the perfect proposal - I was completely blown away!

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?

I have two - the first was when the antarpat was dropped. On the back of the antarpat, facing Sunny, I had a message written "Hello my love, Get ready for forever. Love, your almost wife." However, even with this, I knew Sunny would be fully equipped with a silly face as it would be dropped so to counter that, I had a silly expression ready as well. The antarpat was dropped and all of the groomsmen were standing with Sunny in heart-shaped sunglasses and Sunny was holding the heart eyes emoji. I know Sunny well enough to expect a funny face but I was NOT expecting all of that. It was a great moment and Lightyear did a great job capturing that!

Second - vidai. I know traditionally a vidai is a somber moment but we decided from the start that's not what we wanted. We have only reasons to celebrate! It's our day to become husband and wife as well as the day two families become one. Bubbles were handed out to our friends and they blew them as we walked out to exit the ballroom. Everyone was smiling, laughing, celebrating and that's exactly what we wanted for our friends and family.

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 welcome party as the first event. A lot of our extended family and friends hadn't met so we wanted to give everyone an opportunity to meet and mingle to start our wedding weekend. We went with 90s Bollywood music, a few 90s movie poster cut outs and an neon sign of our wedding hashtag. For food, we went with street foods - Kati rolls, pav bhaji, bhel, dahi vada, and an Indian candy station! With a menu like that, we had to have Limca and Thumbs Up as well!

For my Grah Shanti, we went for a South Indian feel. I wore a silk sari my mom received during her wedding. I had my eye on it for almost ten years now and knew the first time I wanted to wear it was for my Grah Shanti. It was draped as a traditional south indian dhoti. I wore heavy floral pieces in my hair as well as floral necklaces, bracelet and waist chain. For food, we stuck with the theme - idli, mendu vada, curd rice, lemon rice.

The baraat was a huge piece of our wedding as we planned to have it on Broad Street from City Hall to the DoubleTree…but for two weeks prior to the day, all weather services forecasted rain. Luckily, the rain stayed away and it was a clear beautiful day! Sunny danced his way with our friends and family from City Hall to the venue, with DJ BK and DJ Sampat mixing live! It was an incredible experience and quite a sight to see. This was definitely a highlight - everyone loved it!

Ceremony and reception looks and styling were done by Sonia Chaudhary from Sonia Collection. I met with Sonia last year and instantly knew she was the artist I wanted! She's so easy to talk to, a sweet personality and to top it off, she's hilarious.

We took a completely different turn for the reception. One of the ideas we walked away with from Sachi was a 20s-themed reception. Once we discussed it with her, that was it! We didn't want anything different. We had beautiful feather centerpieces, candelabras with pearls, criss-cross floral backdrop with chandeliers. Sachi and team used blacks, golds and whites to complete the look.

During our reception, instead of having a friend narrate our story, our friends told our story through a series of dances. Sunny surprised me by jumping on the dance floor and dancing with our friends to "Beauty and a Beat" At the end, all of our friends danced to Let's Nacho - the dance floor was overflowing. There was an overwhelming amount of love on that dance floor and we loved every second of it!

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?

Breathe! Part of the overwhelming/stressful factor of wedding planning is that EVERYONE expects you to be stressed out and if you're not, you start to wonder why and if you're doing something wrong. At the end, it all falls into place.

Stop ALL wedding planning/organizing/etc two weeks before your wedding date. Don't stress out through the very end. Set a deadline for yourself and whatever is done is done and whatever isn't...isn't. Enjoy the time leading up to it and relax so you can fully enjoy your big day.

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)

All of my ceremony jewelry was actually what my mom wore for her wedding. She held on it to for me all this time so instead of redesigning it, I wanted to wear it in the same design as she wore it all those years ago.

Shanti Scribe (http://instagram.com/shanti.scribe; @shanti.scribe) customized all of our little details: all of our signage (food, drinks, desserts, welcome sign, etc) guest book table, bridesmaids gifts, Mr. & Mrs. shirts gifted by our bridesmaids, and our custom cake topper. Anisha is SO great to work with - she's very responsive and organized. She also has great ideas and finds inspiration from anywhere!

Palak’s Cakes satisfied our guests sweet tooth with three different delicious cakes. We chose chocolate chip, mango and chocolate hazelnut.

Our venue/special-events manager, Brendan Davidson, made sure our weekend went off without a hitch! He and his team are delightful and so organized. They took care of everything, even before we mentioned a thought or question we had. It was just an incredible weekend and we cannot thank our family, friends and vendors enough for being so great!

Reception up next!

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Hair & Makeup: Sonia C | Floral & Decor: Partyland Event Design Boutique | Draping/Styling: Sonia C | Transportation: US Bargain Limo | Welcome Party Venue: Belmont Mansion | Ceremony & Reception Venue: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Philadelphia Center City | Catering: BAPS Shayona | DJ: Luxe Event Entertainment | Baraat: Luxe Event Entertainment | Bridal Fashions: Customized from Aso Palav | Bridal Jewelry: Mom’s Wedding Jewelry | Cakes & Treats: Palak’s Cakes | Cinematography: Lightyear Studio | Lighting: Luxe Event Entertainment | Photo Booth: Old City Photo Booth | Tuxedos: Smith's Black Tie & Tailoring | Custom Signage: Shanti Scribe | Photographer: Lightyear Studio


Philadelphia, PA Indian Wedding by Lightyear Studio

Today’s wedding feature is brimming with romantic vibes and we can feel the love bursting out of the screen as we celebrate the union between Brinda and Sunny. The duo brought on Partyland Sajawat to help them decorate and bling out their weekend. For the venue location, DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Philadelphia Center City was secured for the fabulous ceremony and reception festivities. On the morning of the wedding, Sonia Collection was brought on to bedazzle the bride in the most shimmery makeup and bombshell hair. For her ceremony look, Brinda opted for a traditional yet fashion forward spin on the Indian bridal wedding lehenga. We’re loving how she chose a richly embroidered white gown with dramatic red pops of color to perfectly blend classic elements of Eastern and Western bridal traditions. Her look was unique and totally inspirational. We adore all the couple’s first look portraits in front of the beautiful Philadelphia architecture. So pretty! As the bride made her way to the venue, Sunny’s baraat, with live music and beats by Akshar Dholis and Luxe Event Entertainment, was coming in full force, signifying the upcoming wedding celebration. Lightyear Studio has delivered all the still images of the event that you can peruse in the full gallery.

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Description of the Day

Our weekend kicked off with a welcome party for our friends and family attending from all over the U.S. We chose an outdoor venue for the beautiful summer evening. Themed with Indian street food and drinks (yes, Limca and Thumbs Up included!) mixed with 90s Bollywood movies and music, it was a casual event welcome our guests to our wedding weekend. The following day was Brinda’s South Indian styled and themed Grah Shanti at the DoubleTree, dosa, idli, and silk dhoti sari included! Sunny had his Grah Shanti the weekend before in Chicago with his friends and family. Then, wedding day! Our day started off with Brinda getting ready with/by the amazing Sonia Chaudhary from Sonia Collection. Brinda wore a custom piece made by Aso Palav and wore her mother’s original wedding jewelry. Our first look location was City Hall, Philadelphia – same location Sunny proposed! We were shortly joined by our family and bridal party for some pictures. Then time for Baraat! The baraat was a huge piece of our wedding as we planned to have it from City Hall to the DoubleTree…but for two weeks prior to the day, all weather services forecasted rain. Luckily, the rain stayed away and it was a clear beautiful day! Sunny danced his way with our friends and family from City Hall to the venue, with DJ BK and DJ Sampat live mixing! It was an incredible experience and quite a sight to see. Our mandap and reception décor was fully done by Sachi and Sunita from Partyland Sajawat. They did a fantastic job with everything – everyone loved it! We ended the ceremony with a happy vidai. Our friends and family blew bubbles as we made our exit, officially as Mr. and Mrs.

We began our Gatsby themed reception with cocktail hour with some fun mocktails and finger foods! We started the reception with our first day – Stay With You by John Legend. DJ BK brought the full package to make our reception a hit, complete with lights, tvs, and a video wall! Our friends and family put on a stellar performance. To add to that, Sunny surprised Brinda with a dance performance to Justin Bieber’s Beauty and a Beat. Palak’s Cakes appeased our guests' sweet tooth with three different cakes. Old City Photo Booth provided our guests with such fun props for an enjoyable photobooth experience! Our venue/special-events manager, Brendan Davidson, made sure our weekend went off without a hitch! He and his team are delightful and so organized. They took care of everything, even before we mentioned a thought or question we had. It was just an incredible weekend and we cannot thank our family, friends and vendors enough for being so great!   

The lovely ceremony begins in our next post!

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Hair & Makeup: Sonia C | Floral & Decor: Partyland Event Design Boutique | Draping/Styling: Sonia C | Transportation: US Bargain Limo | Welcome Party Venue: Belmont Mansion | Ceremony & Reception Venue: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Philadelphia Center City | Catering: BAPS Shayona | DJ: Luxe Event Entertainment | Baraat: Luxe Event Entertainment | Bridal Fashions: Customized from Aso Palav | Bridal Jewelry: Mom’s Wedding Jewelry | Cakes & Treats: Palak’s Cakes | Cinematography: Lightyear Studio | Lighting: Luxe Event Entertainment | Photo Booth: Old City Photo Booth | Tuxedos: Smith's Black Tie & Tailoring | Custom Signage: Shanti Scribe | Photographer: Lightyear Studio


Sugar Land, TX Wedding by Biyani Photography

For Maharani Geetika and Dhananjay it was all about the glam details. To ensure they had their dream come true wedding, this bride and groom brought on the planning and design team from Electric Karma International and the decor masters from Mandap Creations to make theirs an event to remember. And of course, all star beauty team is a must, so Chamak Cosmetics arrived bright and early with their makeup mastery to transform this bride into a goddess. A side swept ‘do, shimmering eyelids, and a ruby red pout completed Geetika’s beauty look. For her bridal attire, she went with a showstopping, floor length turquoise, purple, and gold anarkali that perfectly fit with their royal peacock theme. Such a fashionable and unique choice! The venue was utterly decked out in hues of blue, green, and gold by the mavens at Mandap Creations. And make sure to take a moment and take note of the lux tablescapes featuring twinkling candles, lush florals, golden plates, and so many more dazzling touches! The night soon descended into the dance party of a lifetime as Karma DJ's started their pulsating beats. There’s so much wedding inspiration to take away from this once in a lifetime bash, so take a peek at the full gallery where Biyani Photography has captured the magic perfectly! And scroll below for our interview with the bride!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?

Back in 2014, at a Halloween party, I was dressed as Harley Quinn and he was dressed as a penguin (not the comic character, the actual animal). His costume served the functional purpose to help stay warm with the Chicago cold. A mutual mutual friend introduced us that evening; one thing led to another and here we are 2.5 years later, married!

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!

As cliche as this sounds, it was the perfect proposal! He knows how much I love Cali, the beach, sweets/dessert and my passion for guitar.  What better way to incorporate all those items in a proposal than during a sunset picnic at La Jolla Beach in San Diego with a guitarist playing our favorite jams and a spread of sweets and appetizers!

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.

Since we reside in Chicago and with our work schedules while planning the wedding, we felt it would be best to go with a planner from the very beginning. Even though the wedding was going to be held in my hometown (Sugar Land, Tx),  it just made sense to use somebody well informed of all the vendors, and has built a reputable relationship with them Not to mention, my husbands and my parents travel for their business,  it was preferred to have somebody local to attend vendor meetings when it wasn't feasible for us to.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?

My family went to India, specifically, Jaipur where my mom's family is partially from to get my outfits. I wanted to have some traditional aspects of our wedding, therefore, went with red. The intricacies of an outfit and something that is a classic with a modern twist is what I was going for.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?

The food and cake tasting and hair/make trials. My husband and I are BIG foodie's so really enjoyed tasting the various dishes and brainstorming creative ways to display them at our wedding festivities. I enjoyed the hair and makeup portion because...who doesn't like to be glammed up for fun?!

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?

The food, music (our DJ/MC got LITERALLY everybody on the dance floor), the venues, and the timeliness of it all.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?

Yes...getting ready for the wedding ceremony with my mom, our first look and our first dance.

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.

Our Sangeet was held at country club, the venue overlooked a beautiful golf course. It was Rajasthani inspired with lanterns, bright colored pillows and colorful lights!

Wedding: Enchanted Garden Themed- Purple, Green, and Blue were our color themes with ivy, candles and a chandelier on the mandap.

Reception: Full Peacock themed. Our color theme inspired us to bring out the peacock theme.

Hope you loved this wedding lovelies! 

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Planning & Design: Electric Karma International | Photography: Biyani Photography | Planning & Design: Electric karma - east coast | Floral & Decor: Mandap Creations | Venues: Safari Texas | Sangeet Venue: Sugar Creek Country Club | Hair & Makeup: Chamak Cosmetics | Catering: Bombay Brasserie | DK: Karma DJ's | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: Rice University - Chowl Bhangra | Bridal Fashions: Pratap & Sons- Jaipur | Cake & Treats: Who Made The Cake | Favors: The Cookie Genie | Live Music: Audio Telepathy | Photo Booth: Oh Snap Smiles


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