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San Antonio, TX Indian Wedding by Sameer Soorma Studios

Loads of fun, charming love, and kaleidoscopic hues! Altogether in the first event of Sheetal and Mukesh! Sameer Soorma Studios gives us a beautiful glimpse inside their wedding journey, a gorgeous soiree expertly planned by The One Event! The dedicated planning firm organized a night of neon lights and traditions for the lovely Sheetal to have her arms and feet festooned with an elaborate henna design for her upcoming nuptials. She went for an equally multicolor outfit that she finished off with a fabulous hairstyle and bold and striking makeup courtesy of Red Lotus Artistry. The couple commissioned the decor to Divine Decor of Dallas who created the dazzling symphony of colors that reigned during the night. The drapery, the props, all blended in perfectly to create a beautiful modern festival that celebrates the love of this lovely pair! Check out the full gallery for more of their unique wedding mehndi night!

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Don't go anywhere, the ceremony is just around the corner!

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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


Livingston, NJ Indian Wedding by Ajit Singh Photography

The wedding celebrations of Nirali and Aashish were at full blast with the elegant ceremony! Carefully planned by Pearls Event and Co, the sought-after planning firm produced an amazing extravaganza in the sprawling halls of the Sheraton Parsippany Hotel! Nirali Decor intervened with a vibrant and upscale décor that included a majestic carved ceremony backdrop and a marvelous mandap with an astonishing bed of flowers! In addition, the uplighting brought in the color to the ceremony and created the perfect atmosphere. Raja Aashish arrived at the celebration leading a joyful procession and left the venue with her beautiful wife in a horse-drawn carriage! Once more, Ajit Singh Photography snapped every important scene and translated all the magic of the marriage rites into a beautiful series of images to feast your eyes! Please indulged yourself watching the pretty pictures in our full gallery!           

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I met Aashish the first day of undergrad at Northwestern. We immediately formed a connection that made me feel so happy to be around him. We were part of the same friends' group for a few years before our relationship spontaneously developed into something more. A few weeks before graduation, he asked me to be his girlfriend and I couldn't have been more excited to say yes. 
I knew he was the one pretty early on in our relationship when we started doing long distance. He would spend late Friday nights after work flying from Houston to Chicago just to spend a weekend together. One Thursday night, we were face timing each other and he noticed I was having a rough week in medical school. The next morning, I woke up to him by my side. Without me even saying anything, he knew how I was feeling and exactly how to fix it. I knew that day that he was the one I wanted by my side through it all. 
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
While I was finishing medical school with a few international rotations abroad, Aashish individually reached out to each of my family members and friends to help coordinate the proposal day. The day after med school graduation, my parents convinced me that we were doing a family photo shoot on my undergrad campus in Evanston before moving back to New York City. When I walked out onto the pier were our "photoshoot" was supposed to be, I noticed that my brothers and parents had disappeared from my side and the only person standing in front of me was Aashish. He was standing exactly where he had asked me to be his girlfriend four years prior. Right after he got on one knee, I noticed we were surrounded by our family, cheering him on to pop the question. Just when I thought it was over, he drove me to a cute restaurant where all of our friends were waiting to celebrate our big news!
 
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.
Honestly, a lot of the major planning credit for our wedding has to go to my siblings and cousins. I come from a huge family, and a lot of us got married this year. Particularly, my oldest brother and my cousin. We all put our heads together and found the best venues and vendors in the area. It was so much fun thinking of different themes we could all use and sending each other pictures of how we each imagined our big days to be. Before I knew it, we had all planned our own events in a unique way to represent each of our relationships. 
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My mother in law was the pillar behind my wedding dress shopping. We went to Delhi the December before the wedding. We took 6 days to shop as much as we could and find the perfect dress for me. After trying on hundreds of dresses, I found one that just felt right. I honestly did not start shopping with a specific color in mind, but definitely wanted to keep things semi-traditional with the red theme.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
I planned the wedding in my first and second year of residency, which made the entire process pretty challenging. Most of our meetings with coordinators and venues happened when I was post-call and sleep deprived, which made for some pretty interesting ideas on my end. But towards the end of the process, I realized how much fun it was to fill my free time hanging out with my family members and Aashish to plan our big day. It would make my residency calls better because I was looking forward to all the excitement waiting for me at home.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
I think our guests really appreciated how personalized our wedding was. Aashish and I love to dance and travel and we made sure that was obvious in each of our events. We also love our undergraduate university (Go U, NU!) so I made sure to add subtle hints of purple in things like my bouquet and wedding dress. Every step of the way, we thought about how we could make our wedding unique to the two of us and our relationship and I am glad that came across to our guests so elegantly. 
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Whenever I think back to the wedding I imagine the moment towards the end of the ceremony where we were sitting at the mandap with our parents and siblings. I remember looking out into the audience and seeing so many people we love there to support us on our big day. My heart was so full. 
 
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.
Sangeet: we did a fusion sangeet/garba to combine the North Indian/Punjabi culture with Gujurati traditions. The first half of the event was all dances. We made sure we had all of our friends and family participate in the dances somehow, even if it was just for a few seconds. This made the entire event so fun for everyone because so many people had a chance to show off their talents and also show us how much they love us! You could really feel the high energy in the room throughout the night and we loved that. 
 
Reception: our reception theme was travel. Nirali decor worked so hard to transform the ballroom into a midnight sky so people could feel like they are taking a flight through the clouds. We dropped small hints of travel in the cocktail area with portraits of me and Aashish at our favorite destinations around the world. Everyone's seating arrangements were placed on gold airplanes as well, so that really tied the travel theme together.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Take it easy and remember that this day isn't just a party you are throwing for others. It is the day you are starting a new chapter with your soulmate. If you sit back and let others take care of the little things, it will make the day so much more meaningful for you. I remember the hour before walking down the aisle so clearly. I was just hanging out with my brothers and bridesmaids in our getting ready and we were having a blast just living in the moment.
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
Our cake was in theme with the rest of our reception, which was travel themed. We had the cake decorators fondant a map of the world on one of the layers of the cake. See pictures for details!
 
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DJ: M4U Events | Planning & Design: Pearls Event and Co. | Sangeet Venue: The Westminster Hotel - Jennifer Copper | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Sheraton Parsippany Hotel | Floral & Decor: Nirali Decor | Hair & Makeup: Aysh Makeup | Photography: Ajit Singh Photography


West Palm Beach, FL Indian Wedding by Lawza Photography

Maharani Puja's four-day Indian wedding celebrations culminated with a grand finale reception at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, which the couple fell in love with as the perfect independent resort to host their big fat Indian wedding. At the reception, guests were directed to find “where in the world” they were sitting, and each table was a different country Puja and Sumeet had visited as a couple, complete with sweet treats from the destination. I find so many similarities from my very own Indian wedding and am 100% on board with taking a delayed honeymoon. "I would highly recommend not taking your honeymoon right after the wedding. Having a little time in between to truly decompress and just sitting in a hotel and ordering room service is ideal! Then after a few months go on an awesome adventure somewhere around the world." Agreed, Puja, absolutely agreed! All-star vendors Pavan Events, Suhaag Garden, and Blue Rose Artistry came together to create this bride and groom’s dream wedding day. Stamp your passport in our gallery with all of the memories shot by Lawza Photography

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Thank you for joining me today! See you next week!

Don't forget to meet our newest Platinum Guide members! 
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Regal Banquet Hall 
The Woodlands Resort & Conference Center

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Baraat: Pavan Events | Venues: Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa | Venues: West Palm Beach Marriott | Cakes & Treats: Rose Hill Cakes | Bridal Fashion: Ram Kishan Sarees | Bridal Draping & Styling: Blue Rose Artistry | Catering: Tabla Caterers | Cinematography: AM Motion | DJ: DJ Juicy Sharad | DJ USA | Floral and Decor: Suhaag Garden | Hair and Makeup: Blue Rose Artistry | Invitations: Minted | Lighting: DJ Juicy Sharad | DJ USA | Mehndi: Naza Henna | Photo booth: Imagenius | Photographer: Lawza Photography | Planning and Design: Puja Madan | Registry: Zola | Tuxedo: Hugo Boss | Wedding Coordinator: Karma Goddess


West Palm Beach, FL Indian Wedding by Lawza Photography

When it comes to venues - the Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa can truly do no wrong for a lavish Indian wedding affair. Today's love journey chronicles the union of Maharani Puja and Sumeet. The breathtaking bride and groom both had special entrances with Pavan Events leading the baraat and the bride being carried out in a palanquin. There’s just something so dreamy about getting married in a romantic garden theme. The peaceful sounds of nature and the stunning décor by Suhaag Garden is pure bliss to my eyes with all these lovely shots by Lawza Photography. The floral and décor artistry blended bright and happy garden vibes with a classic flora and fauna backdrop. Guests received invites from Minted modeled on airline tickets and were directed to the couple's wedding website, which was designed to look like an airline site to “check in for your flight.” Takes notes, ladies! This is one fun Indian wedding! I am so glad to share all the lovely moments in our gallery!

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The sangeet venue at the West Palm Beach Marriot was just bubbling with excitement and now I will take you the reception in my last post!

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Baraat: Pavan Events | Venues: Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa | Venues: West Palm Beach Marriott | Cakes & Treats: Rose Hill Cakes | Bridal Fashion: Ram Kishan Sarees | Bridal Draping & Styling: Blue Rose Artistry | Catering: Tabla Caterers | Cinematography: AM Motion | DJ: DJ Juicy Sharad | DJ USA | Floral and Decor: Suhaag Garden | Hair and Makeup: Blue Rose Artistry | Invitations: Minted | Lighting: DJ Juicy Sharad | DJ USA | Mehndi: Naza Henna | Photo booth: Imagenius | Photographer: Lawza Photography | Planning and Design: Puja Madan | Registry: Zola | Tuxedo: Hugo Boss | Wedding Coordinator: Karma Goddess


West Palm Beach, FL Indian Wedding by Lawza Photography

I have an extra special treat today with Maharani Puja and Sumeet's glorious, sun-kissed Indian wedding. The couple whisked their guests to paradise that was parallel to the couple's passion for traveling the world. I was elated to find that Puja utilized all the brimming inspiration on our site to help plan her big day. After the mesmerizing sangeet details at the West Palm Beach Marriott, it was the morning of the Indian wedding ceremony. Was it her stunning, classic Bollywood inspired lengha or the bewitching work of makeup artist Blue Rose Artistry? Either way, this Indian bride was absolutely splendid and ready for her Maharaja! Join me in the gallery for this and beautifully unique celebration at the Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, shot by Lawza Photography

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The outdoor Indian wedding will go down in history! See you right back for all the glorious details. 

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Baraat: Pavan Events | Venues: Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa | Venues: West Palm Beach Marriott | Cakes & Treats: Rose Hill Cakes | Bridal Fashion: Ram Kishan Sarees | Bridal Draping & Styling: Blue Rose Artistry | Catering: Tabla Caterers | Cinematography: AM Motion | DJ: DJ Juicy Sharad | DJ USA | Floral and Decor: Suhaag Garden | Hair and Makeup: Blue Rose Artistry | Invitations: Minted | Lighting: DJ Juicy Sharad | DJ USA | Mehndi: Naza Henna | Photobooth: Imagenius Photo Booths | Photographer: Lawza Photography | Planning and Design: Puja Madan | Registry: Zola | Tuxedo: Hugo Boss | Wedding Coordinator: Karma Goddess


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