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Atlanta, GA Indian Wedding by R.A.G.artistry

Welcome back, darlings! It is time to continue our journey through Ami & Naishik's wedding festivities by taking a look at their lovely wedding ceremony. So get ready to enjoy it! The big wedding day arrived, and the BAPS Mandir Atlanta was more than prepared to host this life-changing event! It is no secret that all Maharanis aspire to have the wedding of their dreams, and that is why our lovely Maharani planned and trimmed every single detail of this ceremony, to ensure everything will turn out just as she always imagined it! For the decor, Mandap World worked their magic, crafting a minimalist yet striking decor that set the mood for the occasion. There was so much beauty surrounding the scene, but nothing compared to the ravishing looks of our lovely Ami. She had all eyes on her as she walked down the aisle dressed in a traditional red lengha with golden embroidery from Shyamal & Bhumika and showcasing a flawless makeup and hairstyle designed by Robin Shanael. We cannot stretch how much we love her final look as it is reminiscent of the looks of a princess from an Indian Fairytale. If you can't get enough of this lovely couple, make sure to take a look at the gallery that we have prepared for today, thanks to the talented folks from R.A.G.artistry!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
It was love as first sight. A July morning in 2011, we both laid eyes on each other across a crowded ballroom at the Loews Atlanta Hotel.
Surprisingly, fate brought us together to be introduced through a mutual friend during a night out on the town. That weekend, we found ourselves totally emerged in each other's stories while we snuck away from all other company to be alone.
In October 2018, we are held our wedding festivities in the same venue where we first met.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We went to a revolving restaurant in a sky-rise hotel in downtown Atlanta. He had a beautiful bouquet of roses and lilies (my favorite) waiting at the table. After our meal soaring above the Atlanta skyline, we walked around the viewing deck as he told me how much he adored me and got down on one knee and asked me to marry him.
 
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'm lucky to have such a large and supportive extended family. Everyone decided to do a family reunion in India during my wedding shopping. It felt so festive that the whole family was just as excited as I was for the events and upgrading their wardrobes.
Pinterest really helped me envision how I wanted every last detail of our wedding. Inspiration pictures showed me what I liked and didn't like in a cohesive decor. I wanted a timeless, yet elegant, style throughout my weekend.
Mandap World made many accommodations in order to assemble my exact vision. They helped me capture the perfect pastels for my Garba/Sangeet event, the simply grand decor for the wedding ceremony, and the innovative design for the Mehendi. I never wanted an outdoor wedding due to unpredictability of weather and discomfort of guests. But, my father convinced me that, during an auspicious event like this, what better place to have it than at God's doorsteps. So, we crossed our fingers and kept it outside. We were blessed with the most perfect weather that entire weekend.
  
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I have loved Shyamal & Bhumika and Sabyasachi styles for a long time. I wanted it to look royal - like a true maharani. The image I envisioned in my head was to be in an all ruby red dress dripping with gold accents and jewelry.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
My favorite part was the decor planning. I am very creative and artistic. Therefore, I thoroughly enjoyed planning the decor details and color themes the most. It gave me a chance to let my creative juices flow into events that could be shared and appreciated by so many friends and family.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Guests loved the decor and the simplicity of events. We also made it a point to limit too far extended guests from being invited. This allowed us to connect and celebrate with the guests more informally and personally. Everyone truly felt close during the events.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Not many people have seen my dad cry. He has always had such a tough outer shell with a guarded, yet fun, personality. Ironically, during the events, his soft side was exposed and was so emotional. All the guests were teary, and shocked. As for me, my father and I have a soft spot for each other - after all, I am a daddy's girl.
 
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.
First dance song, "Breathless" by Shayne Ward - It was a sentimental choice; he sent it to me to tell me how he felt about me during our early years of dating.
Father-daughter dance, "Never Alone" by Lady Antebellum - My father had no idea about this song. But when I had him listen to the words, he immediately broke down saying 'it's perfect'. He's always known the perfect balance of tough love with nurturing love and guidance.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Be very organized and don't leave details to the last minute! Also, assign a designated contact person that you trust to deal with specific issues that may arise (ie. transportation of guests, guest check-in at hotel, keeping up with the bar tab for reception, after party food/drinks, etc.). This will allow key family members to be more present and personable during the events.
 

Get ready to have some fun at the upcoming reception party!

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Venues: Loews Atlanta Hotel | Ceremony Venue: BAPS Mandir Atlanta | Planning & Design: Ami Patel (bride) | Floral & Decor: Mandap World | Hair & Makeup: Robin Shanael | Catering: Mirch Masala | DJ: Indaglow Productions | Bridal Fashions: Shyamal & Bhumika | Cake & Treats: Frosted Pumpkin | Cinematography: Walk on Water | Lighting: Indaglow Productions | Mehndi Artist: Manisha Panjwani | Photography: R.A.G.artistry


Philadelphia, PA Indian Wedding by Studio KSD

Welcome back, beautiful Maharanis! Tulsi & Neel's love story continues, and we have many more details for you to enjoy! So, get yourself comfortable and prepare to be amazed and inspired! After the initial photo shoot, our two lovebirds were ready to go inside the halls of The Kimmel Center of Performing Arts to proceed with the wedding ceremony that united their lives in marriage. And right from the start, we have to say that this wedding ceremony fully designed and executed by Honeydew Events was amazing! And we are sure that you are going to love it! To set the mood for this solemn event, Royal Charms Floral and Decor crafted a minimalist yet on-point decor that created a perfect setting for these two to tie the knot. The beauty of this ceremony also reflected in the looks of our lovely Maharani, who burst into the room wearing a fashionable burgundy lengha after being glamorized by Payal MUA. There is no doubt that this was a dreamy ceremony that everyone loved and enjoyed to the fullest. And we want to make a special shoutout to Studio KSD for perpetuating every moment of this ceremony in such a beautiful way. If you want to check out more of this wedding ceremony, don't miss the gallery that we have prepared for today! You are going to love it!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
It was a series of brief interactions over 6 months. We first locked eyes on a party bus in San Francisco in August 2014. It wasn't until my best friend's (and future maid-of-honor) birthday party did Neel finally show his interest. He bought me a couple of distilled agave beverages and we had a night of pure fun with our closest friends. We were both incredibly confused how quickly we fell into a rhythm, but within a few months we took a quick trip to Hawaii. While on a hike, I picked a banana from a tree, got a terrible stomach ache, and said, "I love you, and I may need to go to a hospital".
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Neel and I were on a 3-month sabbatical at the time. I knew a proposal was coming on the trip but didn't know when or where. In early January, we found ourselves in Chiang Mai, Thailand. When we travel, we like to take a cooking class. He splurged on a cooking class at the Four Seasons Resort. In the 3rd and final dish we were preparing, a papaya salad, I found a ring. Unfortunately, the ring sizes are measured differently internationally and I found a ring large enough to fit a man's thumb. But there was Neel, asking me to marry him, and so confused that I missed the actual question and demanded he ask it again so I could take it in. Of course, I said yes. In fact, my best friend (maid-of-honor), flew to Thailand with the ring, as a surprise.
 
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.
Photography - This was easy. I knew I wanted to work with KSD based on seeing their craft in action at my cousins' weddings.
Hair & Make-up - Payal MUA. She worked so well with what I was looking to achieve, a modern bride with a hint of old-school bollywood cinema
Outfits - I was able to find all of my outfits within 1 day at Asopalav, in Gujarat, India.
Decor Theme - Royal Charms. Given everything about our relationship, our reception theme was appropriately Travel themed. This included table-cards with our favorite destinations, and mini suitcases.
Venue - We didn't want a typical banquet hall. That limited our choices already. We found the Kimmel Center of Philadelphia, and I just saw the wedding happen there. It was a reach, but we made it happen!
Catering - Garces Catering, through Kimmel Center. We worked with them to create a fusion South Asian and Western meals for all events. They're so creative and they did not disappoint.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
We pinned on pinterest, bookmarked on google, and talked to numerous brides. When we got to India, everything was different and our research was practically useless. I was lucky to find all of my outfits on the 3rd day of the trip, in 1 sitting, at Asopalav. When you know, you know.
 
Neel, my husband, did not have such luck. We went to countless stores and shops. His Sangeet was specially designed and made by Paresh Lamba in Banglore, the Wedding outfit was from Asopalav in Gujarat, and a tux made in the US to the reception.
 
The bridesmaids and groomsmen was also made from scratch. I had a color in mind, but under serious dehydration and exhaustion we ended up with something completely different!
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
This is likely the most obvious answer, but the food-tasting. It was one of the few parts of the planning that was only Neel & I. Food is the epicenter of our relationship (refer to pain-inducing banana, and proposal papaya salad). Neel's face lights up when he eats something absolutely delicious. It was incredible.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
I think they enjoyed that the wedding was in city-center, Philadelphia. All of the weddings for our family and friends were at banquet halls. And if there's anything Neel & I are, its atypical to tradition. We opted to use the beautiful and historic Philadelphia skyline as our backdrop. Our guests enjoyed the backdrop as well!
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Our first look, but it wasn't the romance that's memorable. I was asked to walk up to Neel, who was facing away from me, and whisper something to him that would make him smile. I took it as an opportunity to make a fart joke. He did laugh so hard that he tripped over himself as he turned around and practically fell on me. It deflated all the stress of the day, immediately.
 
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 decided not to have a wedding cake. Instead we did the following:
1. At the Sangeet, I surprised Neel with a "grooms-cake", designed by me, highlighting some of the checkpoints in our relationship. It included the costume I wore on our first date (yes, a costume), poker cards for Neel, and even basketball. We also catered vegetarian cheesesteaks from the famous Campos Cheesesteaks in Philadelphia!
2. At the Reception, we ordered popular desserts from around the US. This includes: Lauderee Macaroons (NYC), Junior's Cheesecake, Prantl's almond torte, and many many more. It was a sugary feast.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
1. Schedule moments for you and your fiance/husband during the wedding week. You may fight, you may laugh, you may even sleep - but it's so important to maintain that connection leading up to the biggest moment in your relationship.
2. It's actually ok if something goes awry. You can't control it all, though I'm sure you'll try. But those "mistakes", often make the best stories! Those are the stories you'll remember.
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
It's difficult to summarize details into a few words, but I'll list my greatest hits:
5. Favorite Dance: the entire Murthy family (Neel's dance) took part in a group dance. I mean EVERYONE.
4. Favorite Food: Garces Catering (through Kimmel Center) made a coconut macaron cake. Drool.
3. Favorite Song: Our first dance was a custom-mix of Lights Down Low by Maxx with bhangra beats.
2. Favorite speech: My brother's speech was so well-received, hitting the right balance of funny and sweet.
1. Favorite Moment: The First-look. We were both so stressed from the week of events. Having a moment just centered us. It was us in our purest form.
Most fun: 
For our bridal party photos, we decided to use a basketball court. Neel is obsessed with all things basketball, and over the years, I've come to love the game as well. We went outside-the-box (pun intended), and had about 15-20 min of playing basketball with our closest friends and family. It was a moment where we didn't feel so deep in "wedding-mode". Even in our full wedding attire, we got to shoots some hoops! Our bridal party really loved it as well since it was a moment we were surrounded by the people we're most comfortable with, the people that introduced us, the people that celebrated us most enthusiastically.

Don't go too far because we are a few moments away from unveiling the fantastic reception party that ended the wedding festivities!
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Photography: Studio KSD | DJ: Amplifire Entertainment | Cinematography: Studio KSD | Floral & Decor: Royal Charms Floral and Decor | Ceremony & Reception Venue: The Kimmel Center of Performing Arts | Planning & Design: Honeydew Events | Hair & Makeup: Payal MUA | Catering: Garces Events


Philadelphia, PA Indian Wedding by Studio KSD

Hello, ladies! We excited to be back with a new romantic story! If you are a wedding lover, just like we are, you will be thrilled to know that today's wedding already featured in our Video Blog thanks to the fantastic cinematography created by Studio KSD. And today, we have more details to share, starting with a romantic outdoor photoshoot that we are sure you are going to love. Tulsi & Neel wanted to portray their love in the streets of Philly, PA, and what a great decision it was! Whether if they were posing in front of contemporary architecture, or walking on the sidewalk, they looked amazing! They have a fantastic connection that got immortalized in every single shot captured by Studio KSD, but what we love the most is the love and happiness that these two radiates. If you take a closer look, you will notice that there is a sparkle in their eyes; that sparkle that is only present in couples that are truly in love. So, we cannot stop but to think of how lucky these two are for having crossed their ways. If you want to take a closer look at this photoshoot, head into our gallery for more. It is the perfect preamble before we join Tulsi & Neel at The Kimmel Center of Performing Arts to take a glance at their big wedding ceremony fully decored by Royal Charms Floral and Decor.

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
It was a series of brief interactions over 6 months. We first locked eyes on a party bus in San Francisco in August 2014. It wasn't until my best friend's (and future maid-of-honor) birthday party did Neel finally show his interest. He bought me a couple of distilled agave beverages and we had a night of pure fun with our closest friends. We were both incredibly confused how quickly we fell into a rhythm, but within a few months we took a quick trip to Hawaii. While on a hike, I picked a banana from a tree, got a terrible stomach ache, and said, "I love you, and I may need to go to a hospital".
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Neel and I were on a 3-month sabbatical at the time. I knew a proposal was coming on the trip but didn't know when or where. In early January, we found ourselves in Chiang Mai, Thailand. When we travel, we like to take a cooking class. He splurged on a cooking class at the Four Seasons Resort. In the 3rd and final dish we were preparing, a papaya salad, I found a ring. Unfortunately, the ring sizes are measured differently internationally and I found a ring large enough to fit a man's thumb. But there was Neel, asking me to marry him, and so confused that I missed the actual question and demanded he ask it again so I could take it in. Of course, I said yes. In fact, my best friend (maid-of-honor), flew to Thailand with the ring, as a surprise.
 
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.
Photography - This was easy. I knew I wanted to work with KSD based on seeing their craft in action at my cousins' weddings.
Hair & Make-up - Payal MUA. She worked so well with what I was looking to achieve, a modern bride with a hint of old-school bollywood cinema
Outfits - I was able to find all of my outfits within 1 day at Asopalav, in Gujarat, India.
Decor Theme - Royal Charms. Given everything about our relationship, our reception theme was appropriately Travel themed. This included table-cards with our favorite destinations, and mini suitcases.
Venue - We didn't want a typical banquet hall. That limited our choices already. We found the Kimmel Center of Philadelphia, and I just saw the wedding happen there. It was a reach, but we made it happen!
Catering - Garces Catering, through Kimmel Center. We worked with them to create a fusion South Asian and Western meals for all events. They're so creative and they did not disappoint.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
We pinned on pinterest, bookmarked on google, and talked to numerous brides. When we got to India, everything was different and our research was practically useless. I was lucky to find all of my outfits on the 3rd day of the trip, in 1 sitting, at Asopalav. When you know, you know.
 
Neel, my husband, did not have such luck. We went to countless stores and shops. His Sangeet was specially designed and made by Paresh Lamba in Banglore, the Wedding outfit was from Asopalav in Gujarat, and a tux made in the US to the reception.
 
The bridesmaids and groomsmen was also made from scratch. I had a color in mind, but under serious dehydration and exhaustion we ended up with something completely different!
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
This is likely the most obvious answer, but the food-tasting. It was one of the few parts of the planning that was only Neel & I. Food is the epicenter of our relationship (refer to pain-inducing banana, and proposal papaya salad). Neel's face lights up when he eats something absolutely delicious. It was incredible.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
I think they enjoyed that the wedding was in city-center, Philadelphia. All of the weddings for our family and friends were at banquet halls. And if there's anything Neel & I are, its atypical to tradition. We opted to use the beautiful and historic Philadelphia skyline as our backdrop. Our guests enjoyed the backdrop as well!
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Our first look, but it wasn't the romance that's memorable. I was asked to walk up to Neel, who was facing away from me, and whisper something to him that would make him smile. I took it as an opportunity to make a fart joke. He did laugh so hard that he tripped over himself as he turned around and practically fell on me. It deflated all the stress of the day, immediately.
 
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 decided not to have a wedding cake. Instead we did the following:
1. At the Sangeet, I surprised Neel with a "grooms-cake", designed by me, highlighting some of the checkpoints in our relationship. It included the costume I wore on our first date (yes, a costume), poker cards for Neel, and even basketball. We also catered vegetarian cheesesteaks from the famous Campos Cheesesteaks in Philadelphia!
2. At the Reception, we ordered popular desserts from around the US. This includes: Lauderee Macaroons (NYC), Junior's Cheesecake, Prantl's almond torte, and many many more. It was a sugary feast.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
1. Schedule moments for you and your fiance/husband during the wedding week. You may fight, you may laugh, you may even sleep - but it's so important to maintain that connection leading up to the biggest moment in your relationship.
2. It's actually ok if something goes awry. You can't control it all, though I'm sure you'll try. But those "mistakes", often make the best stories! Those are the stories you'll remember.
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
It's difficult to summarize details into a few words, but I'll list my greatest hits:
5. Favorite Dance: the entire Murthy family (Neel's dance) took part in a group dance. I mean EVERYONE.
4. Favorite Food: Garces Catering (through Kimmel Center) made a coconut macaron cake. Drool.
3. Favorite Song: Our first dance was a custom-mix of Lights Down Low by Maxx with bhangra beats.
2. Favorite speech: My brother's speech was so well-received, hitting the right balance of funny and sweet.
1. Favorite Moment: The First-look. We were both so stressed from the week of events. Having a moment just centered us. It was us in our purest form.
Most fun: 
For our bridal party photos, we decided to use a basketball court. Neel is obsessed with all things basketball, and over the years, I've come to love the game as well. We went outside-the-box (pun intended), and had about 15-20 min of playing basketball with our closest friends and family. It was a moment where we didn't feel so deep in "wedding-mode". Even in our full wedding attire, we got to shoots some hoops! Our bridal party really loved it as well since it was a moment we were surrounded by the people we're most comfortable with, the people that introduced us, the people that celebrated us most enthusiastically.

There is still plenty more to admire, so make sure to stick around!
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Romantic
Contemporary
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Photography: Studio KSD | DJ: Amplifire Entertainment | Cinematography: Studio KSD | Floral & Decor: Royal Charms Floral and Decor | Ceremony & Reception Venue: The Kimmel Center of Performing Arts | Planning & Design: Honeydew Events | Hair & Makeup: Payal MUA | Catering: Garces Events


Chicago, IL Indian Wedding by Anna Wu Photography

Hello there, Maharanis! It is time to have some fun! So let's join Priyanka & Karthik's at their wedding reception party! This closing event was the best way to end the wedding festivities with a flourish! And thanks to the fantastic shots captured by Anna Wu Photography, we get to take a look at all the insights of this grand event hosted at the Intercontinental Hotel. Once again, the winning combination of Engaging Events by Ali on the design and execution; and Kehoe Designs on the decor created a dreamy setting that everyone loved so much! One of the most anticipated moments of the night took place when Priyanka & Karthik had their first dance as husband and wife! And this first dance did not let anyone down! They showcased their talent on the dance floor while DJ Jeet played the perfect melodies to sweeten up this moment. The great atmosphere and the happiness that surrounded this gala made everyone had the time of their lives while chatting and tasting the delicious plates from Gaylord Catering and the sweet cake baked by Bittersweet Bakery! And we cannot stop thinking of how fantastic and vibrant this reception was! If you want to relive all the moments of these lovely and charming wedding, don't miss today's gallery! You'll love every bit of it!

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We hope you've enjoyed today's featured wedding as much as we did! Have an awesome day, and make sure to join us tomorrow for more!

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Planning & Design: Engaging Events by Ali | Floral & Decor: Kehoe Designs | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Intercontinental Hotel | Hair & Makeup: Hala Beauty | Catering: Gaylord Catering | DJ: DJ Jeet | Baraat (Dhol): Ravi Bindra | Cake & Treats: Bittersweet Bakery | Cinematography: EVP Films | Photography: Anna Wu Photography | Lighting: BlackOak Technical Productions


Austin, TX Indian Fusion Wedding by Biyani Photography

Welcome back, Maharanis! Avani & Tushar's real-life fairytale continues, and we have all the details for you to continue enjoying every bit of it! If you loved the first wedding ceremony, wait to see this second one! It is so amazing that we can't help but feel a little jealous! The second ceremony was a traditional and intimate event beautifully planned and designed by Eclipse Events Co. To complement the fantastic design, Mandap Creations put together a minimalist decor featuring multicolored floral arrangements that added an extra touch of elegance to the room, creating a pleasant environment for these lovebirds to join their lives in marriage! Both Avani & Tushar attended this gala wearing traditional attires, and we love how well they look together! Avani burst into the room dressed in a trendy lengha very well complemented with the flawless makeup and hairstyle designed by Kanwal Batool. And Tushar didn't stay behind! He looked elegant and imposing dressed in a traditional Sherwani that we loved so much! If you can't get enough of this lovely couple during their wedding ceremonies, make sure to take a look at the shots captured by Biyani Photography in the gallery that we have prepared for today! Each photograph is fantastic, and they are definitely worth the while!

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Get ready to have some fun at the upcoming wedding reception! 

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Photography: Biyani Photography | Mehndi Artists: Samira's Henna Designs | Hair & Makeup: Kanwal Batool | Sangeet & Ceremony Venue: 800 Congress | Reception Venue: Fairmont Austin | Planning & Design: Eclipse Events Co | Floral & Decor: Mandap Creations | Catering: Sri Krishna Catering | DJ: Sunny Singh | Baraat: Saagar Ravi | Baraat: Noah Nellore | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: Amruta Panth | Bridal Fashions: Devyani SB | Bridal Fashions: Sajna Bridal Wear | Bridal Fashions: Shyamal Bhumika | Bridal Fashions: DiDomenico Designs | Cinematography: Agave Creative | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Scripted Ever After | Wedding Logo: XO Art & Design by Amanda Tiberi


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