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New Orleans, LA Indian Fusion Wedding by Mary M. Cinema

Hello, ladies! We are glad you could join us at Vanesha & Shajib's wedding ceremony. Designed and executed by Alchemy Events, this ceremony was a dream come true! Herbivore Floral Designs transformed the balcony and the halls of the Riverview Room in a magical setting for our lovebirds to tie the knot. Vanesha stole all the looks as she walked down the aisle, looking like a vision of beauty on her red lengha embellished with golden details. Makeover by Paro complemented this look praising her natural beauty with lovely makeup and hairstyle, resulting in that dreamy look that all Maharanis aspire for their big day. Without any question, this was a fantastic event that everyone loved, and we have all the insights for you to enjoy it! From the outdoor ceremony on the balcony, all the way to the different rituals that took place inside the halls of this fantastic venue, we have it all! We want to do a big shoutout to Mary M. Cinema for the incredible shots they captured during this life-changing ceremony. You can check them out in today's gallery! You are going to have a blast!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
When I moved to New York 4 years ago, I was desperately trying to meet new people. I met Shajib within the first 2 months of moving. He was someone who made dating seem so easy. His carefree and laid-back attitude gave me a glimpse of the possible future, that we could be happy even if we were just chilling on the couch watching reruns. That's when I knew, the moment of just hanging out and doing something extremely routine, but feeling so happy to be with each other.
 
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We took a day off work to go to a quaint town near NYC. We were planning on doing some hiking, exploring, and just having a fun day. It was a sunny but cold day with temperatures of around 9 degrees. Shajib was guiding me towards a spot that he had looked up online, but we got lost and ended up getting off the trail to find this beautiful lookout point. Once we got there, he walked straight up on top of a picnic table and held out his hand for me to join, he distracted me so I would turn around, and when I looked back at him, he was down on one knee. It had been 2 years since we had been dating, and even though we had discussed getting married, I was not expecting it and I completely started ugly crying. We were lucky enough that another couple were hiking up a few minutes behind us to that spot and took a couple of proposal pictures of us. It was perfect because it was 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.
Wedding planning was a little difficult, neither of us had any idea where to begin. We started by deciding where to get married, we knew it wouldn't be in New York City or my hometown in Mississippi. We narrowed down our top choices and finally agreed on New Orleans. We had some difficulty with a couple of vendors, a planner who wouldn't finalize the contract and kept increasing her charges, and a decorator who quit at the last minute. Luckily I was able to find Rena with Alchemy Events, who agreed to be my planner even though I had already finalized some key details. Once she came on board, it seemed like everything started falling into place. It was just nice to talk things out with someone who had wedding knowledge and make the best possible decisions together.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part of the planning process was probably doing the test ride on our horses for the baraat. Meeting the vendors for the first time and sharing our vision with them, having them understand exactly what we needed was also a really exciting experience. It was like we were building our own world, and we could do whatever we wanted, we didn't let anyone force us into following arbitrary rules, and luckily our immediate families were very supportive of our (my) wedding dreams.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The Baraats, for sure, there was a moment when I got up on my horse with all my guests in front of me, and I just felt so loved. Then, my baraat met Shajibs, I saw how much fun he was having, we caught each other's attention for a moment in the midst of all the celebration, and we both knew that we would always remember this moment.
 
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.
It was important to both of us to represent our Hindu/Muslim, Indian/Bangladeshi, NYC/MS customs, and traditions. We made peacock colors our theme, as they also worked with Mardi Gras colors. We worked with our planner to represent everything we possibly could, our sangeet had Mardi Gras masks and beads to represent New Orleans, but we had desi style cushions on the ground for people to sit on. We had brought a lot of maangtikas, chooris, and chunnis from India, for everyone to use and dress themselves up to enjoy the sangeet festivities.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
It's going to be stressful, it's going to be difficult, it may seem impossible at times, but it's so amazing when all your loved ones come together to celebrate your love. You have to disconnect from planning and project management mode the week of your wedding, at that point, stop worrying about the details and just enjoy. Even if something isn't exactly as you planned or seems like it will be a disaster, just let your vendors handle it and spend time with your friends and family to take in all the love.
 
At the end of it all, the only thing I remember is having fun, smiling and laughing like I conquered the world and crying because of how much this wedding would change our lives. I don't remember any of the details and I don't even care to remember which flower arrangements we went with or if we got the expensive chairs. All I remember were the range of emotions I felt, and how much love I was surrounded with.

Don't go too far, because the reception party is just around the corner. And this is a reception that you don't want to miss!
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Sangeet Venue: Hilton Garden Inn New Orleans Convention Center | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Riverview Room | Planning & Design: Alchemy Events | Floral & Decor: Herbivore Floral Designs | Hair & Makeup: Makeover by Paro | Catering: Orchid Indian Cuisine | DJ: KhanCept Entertainment | Cake & Treats: Haydel's Bakery | Cinematography: Mary M. Cinema | Event Designer: Alchemy Events | Lighting: KhanCept Entertainment | Live Music: Young Fellaz Brass Band | Mehndi Artist: New Orleans Henna | Photo Booth: Party Portraits Photo Booth | Rentals: True Value | Baraat Horse: Saddle Up & Ride | Rentals: Element | Fabric Draping & Flowers: Simply Adorable | Rentals: Just Ask Rentals | Transportation: Riverbend Charters | Photography: Mary M. Cinema


New York, NY Pakistani Wedding by Dhoom Studio Photo & Video

Happy Monday, ladies! We hope you've had a great weekend and that you are ready for a new lovely and inspiring story because we never stop! Today’s love tale centers on the adorable duo of Naginah & Petrit. The big day these sweethearts were waiting, finally arrived and they decided to share it with us. So let's get ready to be charmed and enjoy this fantastic love story! We will begin our journey by taking a look at an outdoor photoshoot carried out by the folks from Dhoom Studio Photo & Video. A beautiful night in New York City became the perfect setting for this photo session, and believe us; this is one you are going to love! The unfocused lights in the background, the elegance of our lovebirds, and the multiple emotions that surrounded this magical moment created a scene so perfect that we cannot stop seeing. The way this photographic studio managed to capture the love and happiness of this couple is fantastic! Through each of these shots, you can feel the emotions that these two were feeling, and you get to see that spark in their eyes that shows how crazy they are for each other. Naginah was a vision of beauty in her white outfit, adorned with an embroidered vest with golden details. And this captivating look would not have been complete without the magnificent work of Beauty By Tamanna who took care of her beauty needs. The delicate makeup focused on her eyes and smile was the perfect touch to elevate the natural beauty of this Maharani, making her look like a princess. Petrit rocked an all-black suit with a white button-down shirt, matching his future wife's style. For more pictures of this captivating and romantic photo session, you can visit the gallery we have prepared for today. We are sure that you will enjoy it!

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We are just getting a sneak peek of all the beauty that surrounded this event, so make sure to stay close if you don't want to miss the rest of it! 

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Planning & Design: Ruban Events | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Bryant Park Hotel | Hair & Makeup: Beauty By Tamanna | Bridal Fashion (Dress): YSA Makino | Bridal Fashion (Headpiece): Luxe & Lace Bridal Boutique | Photography: Dhoom Studio Photo & Video


Barcelona, Spain Indian Wedding by The Wedding Story

Good morning, ladies! We hope you are ready to dive into an adventure because Pirtya & Vijay wedding is going to start a little different than usual. We are venturing on a trip to Europe! So, pack your bags, because today we are crossing the pond all the way to Barcelona, Spain to be part of a new lovely and inspiring story! Kicking off with the Haldi, the beautiful images captured by The Wedding Story are sure to put a smile on your face. The way they managed to immortalize the most beautiful moments of this pre-wedding celebration is impressive! There is no doubt that our two lovebirds were more than glad to have this photographic studio onboard taking shots that will remain for posterity. This Haldi ceremony compiled all the things we love: vivid colors, fun, merriment, and lots of love. But there is no surprise that this event turned out to be this amazing as this Haldi Ceremony was planned and executed by the talented team from Amore Weddings London! Maharani Pirtya was glowing on her bright orange lengha embroidered with yellow and golden details after being glamorized by Natasha Moor. The wavy hairstyle was perfect for an outdoor ceremony as it allowed the hair to have delicate movements without losing the style. And this look was very well complemented with a discreet makeup that praised the adorable and captivating smile of our beautiful Maharani. Raja Vijay wore an all-white attire taken to the next level with a vivid multicolored vest that matched the occasion!  We are just getting warmed up over here, so get comfy because we have a full day of beauty coming your way. If you want to go one step ahead, visit our gallery to have a sneak peek to what is coming next. You are going to love it!

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If you are enjoying this celebration as much as we are, do not miss the upcoming wedding ceremony. It is filled with inspiring ideas! 

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Ceremony Venue: The Fairmont Hotel | Reception Venue: Finca Mas Solers | Planning & Design: Amore Weddings London | Hair & Makeup: Natasha Moor | DJ: DJ Milan Kumar | Bridal Fashion for Sangeet: Nomi Ansari | Bridal Fashion for Ceremony: Sabyasachi | Bridal Fashion for Reception: Manish Malhotra | Cinematography: The Wedding Story | Tuxedo for Sangeet: Deepak Parwani | Tuxedo for Ceremony: Sabyasachi | Tuxedo for Reception: Gaurav Gupta | Photography: The Wedding Story


Miami, FL Indian Fusion Wedding by Channa Photography

Welcome back, sweethearts! We’re so excited to dive into all the fab details of Karishma & Preston's twinkling reception gala planned and designed by the talented folks at My Wedding My Style. We were lost in a mesmerizing haze of delight as we looked through the photos of this grand event. The luxurious accommodations of the Seafair Mega Yacht were the perfect setting for this elegant and vibrant reception party. A lovely ocean view, striking buildings in the backdrop and a clear blue sky created a scene so perfect that we can't get enough. Add in a stunning couple irradiating happiness and glam fashion, and you have one delectable visual treat! The newlyweds burst into the deck of the Seafair Mega Yacht elegantly and fashionably while their guests cheered in delight. For her reception, the bride knew that she wanted to go ultra-sleek, so she chose a super chic dual-tone lengha that made her look like a goddess. And Preston looked equally handsome in his black tux! Soon after the sun went down, the guests descended to the lower deck, where the room became a party thanks to Vision DJ. All the guests had a great time dancing the night away and tasting the lip-smacking treats and cake that Elite Cake Creations prepared for this evening. Without any question, this was a night to remember! And we want to take a moment to thank Channa Photography for sharing the incredible shots captured during the entire wedding festivities. The way they managed to immortalize every moment is impressive, not just because of the photo itself, but because of the emotions they transmit, so kudos to them! For more exclusive highlights of Karishma & Preston's wedding festivities head into our gallery! You are not going to regret it!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Preston and Karishma met in an anatomy dissection group their first month of medical school. It was love at first conversation for Karishma but it took Preston a little longer to catch the lovebug. Soon after meeting they could often be found chit chatting in the corner of parties and sitting next to each other in lecture. While Karishma was smitten with his gentle nature, quick witted humor and dashing good looks, Preston seemed hesitant to start something new. Right when Karishma was about to give up, Preston asked her out on a date. They started dating 2 months after meeting and have been together for almost 6 beautiful years.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Preston and Karishma got engaged on their first trip together. Karishma had spent months planning a dream trip to Olympic National Park near Seattle, Washington; a place with landscapes ranging from mossy green trees to coastal beaches. Karishma and Preston were both swept away by the beauty of the park, spending entire days wandering through the forests and searching the tide pools along the coast for urchins and anemones. On the day they visited Crescent Lake, Karishma was completely captivated by the still blue lake framed by tall evergreen capped mountains. They started a hike along the lake – eventually, Preston asked her to sit for a bit near a log with a perfect view of the sun peeking through the clouds casting a glimmer on the lake. He pulled out his bluetooth speaker, started playing her favorite song, looked into her eyes, and asked her 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.
We did hire a wedding planner. Actually, my mother and wedding planner essentially planned the whole event as Preston and I were knee deep in starting our first year of residency. Hiring a wedding planner was crucial for us because my mom and dad lived in Vegas while the wedding was taking place in Miami. Harley (our wedding planner) would essentially have to arrange options in advance (site visits, cake testings, makeup artist testings). Then me and mom (or often just my mom and dad) would fly in on specific weekends to try things out and make a final decision. It was such a massive event too coordinate because half of it was taking place on a moving ship that having Harley and her team there of to keep track of all the vendors, entrances, guest flow etc was absolutely essential!
 
My parents live between Fort Lauderdale and Las Vegas. Both are such different but gorgeous cities that we knew we wanted our Indian wedding to be in one of those two places. We did try to look into having the wedding at a few of our favorite casinos in Las Vegas but the logistics of pulling off an Indian ceremony/reception there were proving difficult. That’s when we started looking in Miami. Actually, my friend’s mother was at a conference in Miami and saw a party on the Seafair yacht. She texted my best friend about it, who texted me about it. Thinking it was a pipe dream I sent the link to my mom and said “hey, this is crazy but maybe just look into it?” My mom and dad visited the Seafair and fell in love. They knew they wanted to have their daughter’s wedding there – and who were Preston and I to say no! Preston is from Indiana and we did have a lovely church wedding there as well, planned by his mother (my super star mother in law).
  
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My incredible parents went to India to shop for my dress. I wanted to wear a traditional Maharashtran color/sari for the wedding ceremony . For the reception I wanted to wear a bright red dress. I sent my parents a few pictures of dresses I liked (found on instagram mostly). After a few days of shopping my parents called me at 2 AM my time via WhatsApp video to show me two dresses they thought fit the bill - I chose one with beautiful gold beading on a bright red background and it was perfect!!
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
I had a few WOW moments:
The first was when we were at the bow of the boat with the whole wedding party taking pictures and one of the waitresses on the yacht handed me my signature drink as the yacht began to depart from the dock. I looked at this perfect glass of champagne with this amazing hibiscus flower in it (I didn’t know they would actually be able to find the hibiscus flowers with syrup I had requested!), looked at my friends and family, looked at my husband and the Miami skyline and thought, “This is more amazing than anything I could’ve possibly imagined!”
 
The second was during the seven rounds we took around the fire during our wedding ceremony. I’d seen this scene so many times and movies and now it was me with my life partner performing these sacred rituals. It was awesome.
 
The third was during the dancing when the Bollywood songs were playing and I looked around and EVERYONE – my uncles, aunts, medical school friends, cousins, preston’s family and co-residents, were all dancing, laughing and waiving around the lit up foam wands we had ordered. I looked to the left and there was this gorgeous full, yellow moon and looked to the right with the Miami skyline and thought, “this is the best party of our lives!!”
 
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.
4/18 Thursday: We had a small welcome/get to know each other dinner for whichever friends and family were in town at Miami Masala. They served an incredible spread of appetizers followed by veg and non veg thalis fit for kings! The service delivered by Matt, Alex and Prabhu was exceptional. Everyone loved the food
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4/19 Friday: We had the haldi ceremony in my parent’s Fort Lauderdale apartment with my close friends as well as all of Preston’s family and my family that were in town. It was such a blast!! After that we had a lunch reception in our building’s social room with music and mehndi for the guests. The centerpieces were bundles of yellow flowers in clear glass vases and the plates, silverware, napkins and serving utensils were all gold. This event was decorated by our wedding planners. It was catered by 5th Element Indian Grill and they knocked it out of the park – the food was exceptional. Channa photography was there during the haldi ceremony and lunch capturing all of our special moments.
- No specific lighting or decoration. 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
I was so lucky in that my mother took on the whole responsibility of planning the wedding. This gave me and Preston the chance to just enjoy ourselves without having to worry about the details. I don’t think I’ll ever be able to fully thank her for that gift!
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
The baraat was almost all best hits of Daler Mehndi and it was such a hit! He has such awesome songs to dance to. For the ceremony we did Shaadi Ki Shenai by Bismillah Khan for the guests to enter. We did not have music during the ceremony. 
The groom entered the baraat by appearing at the bow of the boat! He appeared to “mehndi laga ke rakhna” and people went nuts when they looked up to see him! He then ran down to exit the boat and start dancing. They bridal party entered with the rest of the baraat.
 
  1. Our family and us entered in grand style to 30 second clips of songs we had chosen prior. Preston’s mom and dad entered to a queen song, his sister and her partner entered to “Electric Love”, my brother entered to “Welcome to Miami,” my mom and dad entered to “tere gaar ke samne” and Preston and I entered to “Money Maker” by Ludacris. It was such a blast
  2. The dinner room was called the “window room” of the yacht with views of the skyline as we sailed. It was uplit with purple and the top deck of the yacht where the dancing was had blue hues. The centrepieces were fuschia and orange flowers to carry our ceremony themes forward into the reception
  3. We had two incredible signature drinks served by the yacht crew
  4. Preston: "Set Sail Cocktail" - Whiskey sour
  5. Karishma: "Spirit of the Seas" - Sparkling hibiscus consisting of Prosecco, whole hibiscus flowers and a dollop of hibiscus syrup
We played about 40 minutes of Bollywood hits ranging from 2000 to now. Then we did a mix of more R&B and pop music. Toward the end of the night we played some country hits like “Friends in Low Places” which was so much fun because all of Preston’s family from Kentucky and my family and friends formed a big circle to sing along!
 
Preston and I did a surprise duet to “L.O.V.E” by Nat King Cole when we entered the dinner hall – our performance completely surprised all of our guests, including Preston’s parents! Not many people knew we sang together!
  1. Our duet together was probably the most personal thing we did at the wedding; Preston and I love to sing together whether it be at karaoke or just in our kitchen. Anyone who knows Preston knows he’s an excellent singer but not many people knew I could carry a tune. It was very special for us to be able to share this thing we love to do together with our friends and family.
  2. My wedding planning team created a gobo of our “logo” that was cast onto the side of the ship once we were docked as well as onto the dance floor which was amazing
  3. We also had M&Ms with our initials on them in the goody bags given to guests who stayed at our preferred hotels!
  4. We had a slideshow of pictures from when we were kids, then pictures of us together, playing on all the screens near the elevators around the yacht. My sister-in-law had made it.
  5. We had an “entertainment” floor for people to escape to if they got tired of dancing with Bollywood songs playing on one TV as well as a photobooth. I thought that was pretty cool.

We hope you've loved this wedding as much as we did! Don't forget to join us tomorrow for more. You already know, same place, same time, so make sure to join us!

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Cinematography: Channa Photography | Photography: Channa Photography | Mehndi Artists: Farahs Mehndi | Ceremony Venue: Intercontinental Hotel Miami | Reception Venue: Seafair Mega Yacht | Planning & Design: My Wedding My Style | Floral & Decor: My Wedding My Style | DJ: Vision DJ | Cake & Treats: Elite Cake Creations | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Praful Shah | Officiant/Priest/Pandit: Manikanda G Ramanatha


Huntington Beach, CA South Asian Wedding by Dove Weddings

Hello, gorgeous Maharanis! We are excited to continue sharing Priyanka & Pratik's love journey with you! So, let's not wait any longer, and take a look at the wedding ceremony that united these two in marriage! The alluring Hilton Waterfront Beach Resort was the perfect scenario for this ceremony that marked the start of a lifetime love story. This memorable and solemn ceremony splendidly set by the unique and beautiful decoration done by Dream Decor is one you will love. The exquisite color selection and the perfect placement of all the ornaments created a soothing and magical atmosphere for Priyanka & Pratik to tie the knot. If you thought that this breathtaking scenario was already perfect on its own, wait to see the astonishing look on our two lovebirds. Priyanka attended her big day, looking like a princess! Peace Love Sakina delightfully enhanced her natural beauty with a great job on the makeup and hairstyle. The exquisite colors selected for the eyeshadows and the elegant hairstyle, perfectly complemented with the traditional lengha from Frontier's collection. This winning combination made her looked like if she was taken out from a fairy tale. And Pratik did not stay behind! He rocked an elegant Sherwani suit from Manyavar and ended up looking like the Raja he is! This wedding ceremony is one for the books! And we want to make a big shoutout to First Pick Planning as it is thanks to their perfect planning and execution that this celebration turned out to be this amazing! If you want to dive into this magical atmosphere, make sure to check the gallery that we have prepared for you. We gathered the best shots taken by Dove Weddings, and we are confident that you will be fascinated by the way they managed to capture the beauty of this event! So go check them out!

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We still have one more stop on this fantastic journey. So, don't miss the upcoming entry where we will unveil the fabulous wedding reception! 

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Cinematography: Dove Weddings | Men's Formalwear & Tuxedos: Manyavar | Photography: Dove Weddings | Ceremony & Reception Venues: Hilton Waterfront Beach Resort | Sangeet Venues: Hilton Waterfront Beach Resort | Planning & Design: First Pick Planning | Floral & Decor: Dream Decor | Hair & Makeup: Peace Love Sakina | Catering: Natraj Catering | DJ: VOX Djs | Baraat: Kaser Flower Dhol | Bridal Fashions (Sangeet and Reception): Ritu Kumar | Bridal Jewelry (Sangeet): Shrihari Diagems by Vinay | Cake & Treats: Tasty Temptations | Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling: Peace Love Sakina | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Varda Cards - New Delhi | Lighting: VOX Djs | Sangeet Mehndi Artist: Unrivaled Henna | Bridal Mehndi Artist: Gopi Henna | Photo Booth: VOX Djs | Tuxedos: Hugo Boss | Hair & Makeup Mother of the Bride/Bridesmaids/ Sister-in-Law of the Bride: Enchant by Nihala | Horse for Wedding: Hardev Singh | Bride Wedding Ceremony Outfit: Frontier Raas | Grooms Sangeet Outfit: Jade Blue


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