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Surat, India Indian Fusion Wedding by Destination Photographers

Good morning, beautiful Maharanis! There is no better way to start this Thursday than getting an extra boost of inspiration from Akriti & Vishal's big fusion wedding celebration coming to us from Surat, India. You read right! We are taking you on a visual journey to India, to enjoy this multicultural wedding bash that got us sighing. From the fun-loving Sangeet held at The Grand Bhagwati and the gorgeous wedding ceremony officiated at The Royal Celebration, to the grand reception party celebrated inside the halls of the Balaji Party Plot, this wedding was a dream come true! There was so much beauty and finary to admire, that we found ourselves lost of words to describe such a remarkable and unique event. Thankfully, the good fiends from Destination Photographers were there to capture photos from every angle in such a fabulous way that we get to feel just as if we were there. Ladies, if you are looking for inspiration to start preparing your ultimate bridal look, take a moment to admire the ravishing looks of our gorgeous Maharani Akriti. She donned different attires, hairstyles, and makeup looks, but the common factor was always the same: Unconmessurable beauty! So kudos to Sejal Savaliya for taking such good care of this lovely Maharani's beauty needs. They absolutely nailed every look and endowed her with tons of elegance and flair that we cannot stress how much we loved it! If you want to take a closer look at two different backgrounds and traditions become a single unity through love, don't miss today's jaw-dropping and colorful gallery. We are sure that you are going to love it as much as we did, not to mention that you will get tons of inspiration!

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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.
5 MAKEUP trails. Yes, you got it right I have a very special experience with the Hair & makeup artist, I have never been on makeup, I barely use it in daily life. I was so concerned about my D Day look that I went for 5 makeup trials with 5 different makeup artist and must have spoken to more than 15 of them. I didnt want them to change my features or the base of my skin tone. I was proud of being a brown skin dusky bride. And my fiance was very concerned too. At the end he started speaking to makeup artist just so that they understnad what we were asking them for. In surat, a makeup artist typically tries to create a fairer baseof the brides skin tone which makes the bride look not who she is. and this was the toughest thing to be booked. I was in Mumbai during planning of my wedding. I must have spoke to 15 artist in mumbai before speaking to the ones in Surat. Ms. Sejals studio is like the dream destination for brides to be, I got her reference from a to be bride friend and she was just way to confident about her. Ms. Sejals studio was  30 minutes away from the venue and would have taken just 1 hour to travel. and my parents got all finiky as to why do I have to travel so much to just get ready. but that was my last resort and that was the best decision i made.
 
We have another deep story with the venue, like I have been a very traditional girl at heart but at the same time very modern with my thoughts. I so wanted my wedding to happen at my home. but My father had already booked a 5 star resort property in Daman, and wanted a full fledged destination wedding. After numerous discussions and convincing sessions, the families agreed to do a wedding in surat ( my home town) , with the pheere happening at my uncles place because we could easily fit in all the guest in that location and have the reception in his apartment garden. but this was not it, on 2nd of february, when the d day was 20 days apart, the wedding venue changes to a wedding lawn( a garden area) with the pheere in the garden. this is not how i wanted, i never thought of getting married in a fancy place, for my a home is the most auspicious place from where the girl should be married. I cried, I opened my heart to my mom and my fiance to do something, I so wanted to get married from my own home. and finally after all the rona dhona and drama, on 15th february, my father finally decided that the pheere, will be at my home only the brides home . the feeling of bidai from brides own home, is what i wanted and i really was lucky to get it.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I selected more than 5000 bridal images from various online platforms in a span of 1 year to understand the best lengha look. I visted all designer studios in mumbai to just understand and see what I like. I finally went ahead to self design the lehenga . I must have tried 10 varittes of the pink i wanted. even after finallizing one shade, I rejected it after 1 month because i found abetter shade of pink. My fiance, Vishal is a beliver in lord Shiva, and my lehenga had the banaras ka ghat ( where lord shiva was first welcomed by lord vishnu) as its designs. The Banaras ghat and Shiva are very integral to the indian mythology. My lehenga also had his name at various spots, my nickanmes in the latkans and my dupata had 'Om' and 'Shree' as a part of its designs.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part was doing everything on own. I had been following most of the prominent wedding portals and magazines since the day my father was searching for a potential life partner. I wanted the wedding in my own way, and i was sure about my decisions because I had planned 2 of my brothers weddings previously. I had a folder in my phone( i still have it) with more than 20,000 inspirational pictures of lehenga, decor, jewellery and event ideas gathered in a span of 1-1.5 year. I was so particular about every detail that the journey will be in my minds forever. the most enjoyable rather tough part was fixing our photographer. I had requested for quotes from more than 50 top photogrpahers from india, starting the process from August but hadnot been able to book the photographer until end of December, just because to me the memories of my wedding were very very important and we couldnot zero down to one good photographer. For a lot of people photography is the last thing they would like to book, but for me it was the first thing that i wanted to book and spend a good amount of money on creating memories.Finally we got whom we wanted and the pictures have been just mesmerizing
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our Haldi!!!Our haldi was a never ending event. It started with the traditional route to rituals but ended in the most fun way possible. I as a bride was loaded in haldi, with flower petals on me throughout the event, there were more than 15 kgs of rose petal,and marigold ( 3 colours) in the event. this was being showered on the bride groom and family. and there was a marwadi singer at the background who created the essence of dance, fun and immiginable memories. It is definitely a good decision to have some fun in your haldi, with flowers( like they call it pholo ki haldi) and have fun. Moreover, I as a bride was wearing a self designed flower Lehenga, which created a altogether different look as a bride to be and the family members were so interested & awed by it that they wanted to be with me throughout and the look was just too much. When my mother saw me the first time in this look, she almost had a drop of tear in her eyes:(
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Yes, there were quite a few. the first and the most important being the runaway bridal no makeup photoshoot. I was running late becuase of all the other functions and rituals. I had an makeup appointment booked for 1:30 pm,and i had to be at the venue by 6:30 pm. my photogrpaher was keen on clicking bridal solos in daylight and we had left for the makeupartist salon only at 4:30pm. Despite being late, we cooked up a story with the makeup artist to visit the temple before the dawn and left her studio at 4:30 promising her that we return in 15 minutes and eventually went for a photoshoot. I think this was the best moment of the day, where I went beyond the convetional ways of photoshoot, where the bride gets all decked up to be clicked, we just wore the lehenga in the studio, got jeweled up in the car and there we were shooting the 10 best solo images of my weddding day and yes without any makeup on me.
The another special moment which I am being mesmerized till date is the time when I walked the aisle with my parents on my side and my brothers holding the pholo ki chaadar. it was this walk of life where i saw my whole life transition and this walk is very very special to me. as i had my full family with me. After this walk, when both of parents handed my hand to Vishal, was the time i realizeed that okay now done , I am no more their Lado, I am now Vishals Akriti.
 
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.
So, I had a very special moment that I wanted to create in my wedding, and that was the sangeet, I have been dancing since I was 5 and have loved it. be it my brothers sangeet or my own sangeet I was very interested in adding a lot of creativity to the event. For my own sangeet I had this dream of dancing with my brothers, since I listened to this song "My desi girl" by Priyanka chopra, i also danced with my mother on 'Maiye ne Maiye ' and with my father on Dilbarao from Raazii. It was really the thing I enjoyed the most.
 
The other most special detail I would like to mention is the bridal entry song that was played, we had listened to 100 songs on youtube to finalize on this particular traack. We came down to songs where I could exemplify each of my family relationship. The first song being "Teri Khushiyann" - it is a brother sister song, Laadki and ungli pakad ke.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Definitely many !!!
The first thing a bride should focus on is her 'D Day Look', it is important to picture this and go ahead planning this. The very important point in deciding the look is to select between a traditional and a modern look, and whether or not to add that bit of touch of each other into the final look. Yes, I choose a very traditional look (like the color being typicall fusica pink and not red) but twisted it with modern stuff ( like pairing green jewellery). It is important because you will be bride only once.
The next word of wisdom is to be very careful with the blouse, the stitching the fit , the depth. Because only if the blouse is perfect will your jewelry pop out and your duppata will create that grace. Please do select your jewellery before your lehenga, because the matching has to be perfect. A diamond necklace might not blend the best with a jardosi work or ari tari, but a black polished gold jewellery goes so well with these. similarly, a diamond goes really well with all pastel coloured looks and sequence work. The third most important thing is to add variety in bridal dress for all the events. This creates a lot of pictures in different attires and also the more variety you wear you will love your bridal look more . ( the significance of wearing a lehenga only on wedding day will be awed by bringing variety to other events)
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
I had written Vishals Name in 10 different Language on my 10 fingers on my mehendi.
My lehenga had my nicknames in latkans ( like all the names that my friends addressed me with, my family and definitely Vishal's love name also)
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the Jewelry was self desinged - i had visited more than 10 stores in surat to choose what I wanted but found no where, I spend 4 hourss to get my bridal bangles matching. I wanted to wear the mathapati but my mom was so skeptical on the look of it that I almost fought with her on this decision and finally on my makeup trial with the studio i had fixed the hair artist actually showed me book the looks and we finally decided the mathapati look.
I have also decked up myself with variety of vintage jewellery throughout in pre wedding functions. Most of them have been from my mothers wedding or my grand mothers wedding.
I have also re-worn my mothers bridal lehenga as a part of one of the Pre wedding functions. ( which was specifically for my mothers side of the family).
 
We are still blown away by all the beauty surrounding today's featured wedding that we need a moment to catch our breath. But make sure to join us tomorrow for more. You will be amazed!
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Sangeet Venue: The Grand Bhagwati | Ceremony Venue: The Royal Celebration | Reception Venue: Balaji Party Plot | Hair & Makeup: Sejal Savaliya | Photography: Destination Photographers


Brentwood, CA Indian Wedding by Peter Nguyen Studio

Good morning, darlings! If you were looking for a unique and special wedding celebration to start getting ready for the weekend, you've come to the right place! Shivani & Samir's wedding extravaganza demonstrates, once again, that love has no boundaries and that against all the odds, love always wins. COVID-19 emerge right around the date these lovebirds had chosen for their big wedding celebration. Instead of feeling down, they found extra motivation in the adversity and decided to pursue their long-awaited dream of becoming husband and wife! And oh boy, what a great decision it was because their wedding was gorgeous and it is a breath of fresh air during these difficult times. The big day started with a fabulous outdoor ceremony hosted at the McCauley Estate Vineyards. And right from the start, we have to say that this mesmerizing event took everyone's breath away. The heavenly decor in soft pasteli hues crafted by Sai Decor contrasted to perfection with the wedding venue's surroundings. This winning combination created a perfect backdrop for Shivani & Samir to profess their love and commitment to start an everlasting married life. There was so much to admire, but everyone's eyes were set in the drop-dead gorgeous look of our sweet Maharani, who looked like royalty thanks to Makeup Art By Aby, who took care of all her beauty needs. The fashion department was in charge of Sabyasachi and The Grand Trunk, and you already know that bridal fashion will be at its best whenever these names are present. They added an extra touch of traditional flair to the already ravishing look this lovely Maharani! The icing on the cake was the fabulous Mehndi designed by Henna Style by Arati, who showcased all their talent and expertise, outlining a beautiful design that everyone loved so much! Without any question, this was a fabulous wedding celebration and the perfect way for Shivani & Samir to start their very own happily ever after. From the delicious food prepared by Jalsa Catering & Events to the music played by DJ Wicked, everything turned out to be just perfect! If you want to check more of this lovely young couple, don't miss today's marvelous gallery brought to you by all-famous Peter Nguyen Studio. You will love it!

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Have an awesome weekend, ladies! We hope to see you here on Monday, as we have something special prepared for you. 

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Photography: Peter Nguyen Studio | Hair & Makeup: Makeup Art By Aby | Ceremony Venue: McCauley Estate Vineyards | Floral & Decor: Sai Decor | Catering: Jalsa Catering & Events | DJ: DJ Wicked | Bridal Fashions: Sabyasachi | Bridal Fashions: The Grand Trunk | Mehndi Artist: Henna Style by Arati


Babylon, NY Indian Wedding by A.S. Nagpal Photography

Good morning, darlings! Can you believe how fast this week slipped through our fingers? It seems like we went from Monday to Friday in just the blink of an eye! And you know that we always have something special for you to start getting ready for the weekend, and today is no exception! This time around, we are excited to share with you all the beauty and intimacy that surrounded Sheetal & Varun's wedding celebration. Initially, these lovebirds planned to get married in the paradisiacal landscapes of Mexico, in a big wedding bash with over 300 guests. However, due to the emergence of COVID-19, plans had to change. Sheetal & Varun decided to keep the same wedding date they initially had, and instead of having a huge celebration, they had a small and intimate pooja in Sheetal's backyard. To comply with the safety measurements regarding social distancing, only 10 people attended the wedding. Still, over 400 people were celebrating along with the newlyweds as the wedding streamed via Zoom. All guests and online viewers enjoyed every single moment of the celebration and were utterly amazed by the ravishing look of our gorgeous Maharani. She wore the same wedding lengha her mother used for her wedding, and if that doesn't say tradition and love, few things will! The cherry on top of this gorgeous bridal look was the artistic Mehndi outlined by Henna For All, which added an extra touch of flair to an already swoon-worthy look! We know that planning a wedding is not easy, let alone plan a wedding ceremony under the current circumstances! So we want to make a big shoutout to Stylish Events for the perfect planning, decor, and execution of this intimate wedding affair. The attention to detail they had was outstanding, resulting in a dreamy celebration that exceeded all of Sheetal & Varun's expectations. Check more of this lovely celebration by taking a look at the fabulous shots captured by A.S. Nagpal Photography in today's marvelous gallery! It is the perfect preamble for you to get ready for a weekend full of love and inspiring ideas!

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Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Vinnie calls me early Saturday morning on July 13, 2020 asking if I wanted to go to Fire Island with his family for lunch. I said sure, so he said okay I will be at your house at noon be ready. Of course he shows up and as usual I am still in PJ's watching Food Network, and he is yelling we are going to miss the Ferry! I said why are we going so early, and all the way to Fire Island for just lunch. Vinnie says his family wants to see Fire Island, and mentions since we love Fire Island, why not meet them and show them around. So I got ready, and we were on our way to meet them. ( Of course, I took forever curling my hair and made us miss the 12 o'clock ferry he had planned with everyone)

We get to the dock, and we continue to walk to the boat, and Vinnie says "Let's sit on the top, its so nice out" and I am no way ready to sit on the top of this boat after I just did my hair for the past hour, as he explains "who sits downstairs when its such a beautiful day!" So I finally agreed and we sit on the top of the ferry and we are now on our way to Ocean Beach. We are enjoying the breeze and all of a sudden the boat completely stops! I look over to Vinnie and say, I think there is a problem with the Ferry, its not moving! He looks at me and says calm down "I'm sure everything is fine", then I hear the anchor drop, and now I begin to PANIC!

I look over to Vinnie, and see him down on one knee, the captain on the loud speaker announcing our engagement and congratulating us! Everyone is screaming and clapping for us and WE ARE NOW ENGAGED !

We port at the dock, and are welcomed by photographers, and then walk over to meet our family for lunch. I couldn't be happier! But that wasn't even close to being over, Vinnie got over 100 of our closest family & friends to surprise ME his fiance for a FRIEND's themed Engagement Party! We continued to celebrate all day & night with everyone we loved surrounding us!

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
We planned to have all the big brands for our wedding ! Everything is still pending, but for our 5/15/20 quarantine wedding I was so lucky to wear my mom's wedding lehenga! It was amazing to see how beautiful it was after 35 years !

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Though this time is very chaotic and stressful, and we cant have the dream weddings we planned when this process started. Sit back, and think to yourself, what would be your perfect memory with these circumstances, and then do everything in your power to make the vision come to light!

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
I am so thankful to all my wonderful vendors, that went above and beyond for me during the Covid Lock down ! Mehndi in the garage, my photographer wore a mask for the entire ceremony and photo shoot, my decor company came to my house the day before, and morning of to avoid the chances of rain, everyone went above and beyond to make my day beautiful!

We hope you have an awesome weekend in the company of your loved ones. Stay safe, and don't forget to join us on Monday for more!

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Photography: A.S. Nagpal Photography | Floral & Decor: Stylish Events | Planning & Design: Stylish Events | Mehndi Artist: Henna For All


Jaipur, India Indian Wedding by Twogether Studios

Happy Thursday, Maharanis! We hope you are ready for an adventure because we are taking you on a visual journey to Jaipur, Rajasthan, India, to enjoy all the beauty and amazingness that surrounded Anoushka & Sagar's 2-day wedding celebration. If you've been following us for quite a while, you know that we have a special place in our hearts for weddings in India as there is nothing quite as heart-warming than seeing a love story come to life in the very same place where our dearest traditions started. So, you can imagine how thrilled we were when this ode to love and extravaganza came into our editorial desks! And we were dying to share it with you. So, let's start this journey by heading to the Jaipur Marriott Hotel, the place chosen by our lovebirds to host all pre-wedding events as well as the outdoor ceremony. And oh boy, this venue was the perfect place for Anoushka & Sagar to start their everlasting married life. There was so much beauty, traditional flair and love overflowing from the ceremony, that anywhere you looked, perfection was written all over the place. It was the same perfection and beauty that we found in our gorgeous Maharani Anoushka, who walked down the aisle dressed in a fashionable lengha designed by Manish Malhotra and rocking a glamorous makeup and sleek hairstyle created by Saniya Shahdadpuri. After the ceremony, all guests joined the newlyweds at the Taj Land - Mumbai to celebrate their life milestone with an epic reception party! This closing gala had such a personal and unique touch to it, as Anoushka's father recited a beautifully written poem for his daughter while Sagar's Mom sang a lovely melody for the newly married couple. And we can't stop thinking of how lucky these two are for having such great friends and a beautiful family that loves them so much! In between all the dancing, the emotional speeches, and the delicious food, the night got to an end. But we don't want to go without giving a huge shoutout to the talented team from All That Jazz, who were major contributors in making this wedding celebration as epic as it was. They did not only rendered their services as a travel concierge and wedding planner, but they designed the entire wedding affair and took care of the lighting and catering as well! So big kudos to them! If you want to check more of this celebration, don't miss this breathtaking gallery, and the cinematographic delight featured in today's Video Blog. They are both creations of Twogether Studios, so you already know that it is going to be more than extraordinary!

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We hope you've enjoyed this wedding celebration as much as we did! Don't forget to join us tomorrow for more; we have new stories every day!

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Sangeet & Ceremony Venue: Jaipur Marriott Hotel | Reception Venue: Taj Land - Mumbai | Planning & Design: All That Jazz | Hair & Makeup: Saniya Shahdadpuri | Catering: All That Jazz | Bridal Fashion: Manish Malhotra | Cinematography: Twogether Studios | Event Designer: All That Jazz | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: All That Jazz | Lighting: All That Jazz | Transportation: All That Jazz | Travel Concierge: All That Jazz | Photography: Twogether Studios


Somerset, NJ Indian Wedding by Fine Art Productions

Good morning, Maharanis! We hope you've had a good rest during this long weekend and that you have recharged your batteries to start this week with the right foot. Today, we are so excited to bring you another lovely and romantic story that will take your breath away and will make your inspiration fly. So, sit back, relax, pour yourself a glass of your favorite beverage, and get ready to enjoy Niva & Milap's love story! Like if this wedding affair would have been taken out of the pages of a fairytale story, it overflowed with merriment, colorfulness, elegance, and above all, lots of love! The big day started with a traditional ceremony held inside the halls of The Marigold, which was the venue of choice to host all wedding events. Still, it seemed like every ceremony took place at a different location as every background and scenery was way different from each other. And that is the result of having a fantastic decorator like Nirali Decor by your side, who did an outstanding job enhancing the beauty of the venue. They showcased why they are the go-to-guys when looking for a talented team capable of creating a unique and unforgettable wedding decor! The soft-colored floral arrangements, combined with the ideal placement of all the ornaments, created a romantic and traditional atmosphere that could only be overtaken by our gorgeous Maharani, who looked astonishing thanks to the delicate makeup and hairstyle designed by Makeup by Anita. And if you look a little closer, you'll find yourself amazed by the fabulous Mehndi outlined by Mehndikalogie, truly a work of art! After the solemn and magical wedding ceremony, the celebration transitioned into a full flair party filled with emotions, elegance, and dancing, so much dancing! But we are not surprised that this party was so epic, as Luxe Event Entertainment enlivened every moment of it, with the best Bollywood hits that set the dancefloor on fire. After the dancing and the emotional speeches, Chand Palace delighted all guests with a full culinary experienced right before having the first cut at the delicious cake baked by Palermo Bakery. Hands down, a sweet ending, for a sweet and charming couple! If you want to take a closer look at this wedding, don't miss today's full gallery. We've compiled the shots captured by Fine Art Productions, for your enjoyment, so go check them all out!

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We hope you have enjoyed today's featured wedding as much as we did! Don't forget to join us tomorrow for your daily dose of inspiration. Same place, same time! 

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Catering: Chand Palace | Hair & Makeup: Makeup by Anita | Mehndi Artists: Mehndikalogie | Venues: The Marigold | Floral & Decor: Nirali Decor | DJ: Luxe Event Entertainment | Cake & Treats: Palermo Bakery | Cinematography: Fine Art Productions | Photography: Fine Art Productions


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