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Chino Hills, CA Indian Wedding by Lin and Jirsa Photography

Good morning and welcome back dolls! Today our little wedding heaven AKA Editorial Blog is dedicated to the quintessential fairytale of Shrina and Jaydip! Lin & Jirsa Photography are the visual narrators who caught all the glory of their lavish nuptials we are about to enjoy! A Garba Raas celebration opened the festivities and for such a vibrant fun night, the beauty artist Bridal By Nisha prepared the hair and makeup looks of the bride-to-be and bridesmaids while the highly experienced bridal beauty expert Dolled up by Lulu beautified our Maharani in the hours leading up to the ceremony! Our Indian beauty slipped into a ravishing red lehenga and striking bejeweled shoes and headed to the majestic BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir to find her soulmate Jaydip for a sweet first encounter! The ultra-polished Raja was suited in a brocade attire while a golden and red turban crowned the kingly look that went perfectly well with the splendid walls and outdoors of their marriage site! Head to the gallery for more radiant images!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We met at college, towards the end of our freshman year. Our campus was holding a housing fair and one of my friends introduced me to Jaydip saying that he was Swaminarayan. They told me that he was Swaminarayan, but failed to mention that he was not as deeply devoted as I am. But that was our first meeting and then a few days later we met again in the laundry room. I was doing my chemistry lab report with one of my friends. Now Jaydip had all the lab reports from the upperclassmen that he always used and would simply copy and paste the information and substitute out the results with his results. He offered to give me that and I asked him for his phone number so I could text him when I was going to pick it up. Once I got his phone number, it was non stop texting from there till now. I knew he was the one once I met his family. The way he respected and loved his family and friends just left me in awe.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
From back in our college days, I would always show Jaydip youtube videos of elaborate proposals. So he had a feeling that even though I am the most simple person in the world, I wanted an elaborate proposal. I also loved taking photos and memories of all the special occasions. My room was always decorated with photos from all of the recent events with everyone. That led Jaydip to come up with an idea of doing a walk down memory lane that led to the ultimate proposal. He went through 6 years worth of photos and memories and had selected 21 of them that meant the most to be blown up and printed individually on foam boards. With the help of our friends, we were able to write individual letters on the back of 15 cards that eventually spelled out "Will You Marry Me". He had picked the location of the walk to be Locust walk, a pretty familiar walk in University City, Philadelphia, PA that Jaydip and I would go on often. Throughout the walk, he had our friends and family members scattered throughout holding 1 of the photos at a time. As we went through the walk down memory lane, friends would head to the final location after we had gone through the memory that they were holding. At the end of the walk, all of our friends were organized to stand together with all of our memories. On his queue, they flipped the photos over to show the individual letters that eventually spelled out "Will You Marry Me?" while he was on my knees. Luck for him, I said yes!
 
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 can't say I did much of the wedding planning. Jaydip is definitely the diva in this relationship and took the reigns on planning and executing our magical wedding. We had always known we wanted to have Mayank Amin (from Platinum Dream Events), a friend, and college mate be our wedding planner. We trusted him with everything and he was amazing to spend several late night conference calls with him and Jaydip on east coast time and me on central time discussing the details of our wedding. A trip to California was much needed to meet all our vendors in person including the BAPS team at Chino Hills BAPS temple, Lulu Nguygen (from Dolled up by Lulu), Deepti Chandni (from Deeptis Floral), Sandeep Sandhu (from Fusion Sounds DJ & Lightning), and Laura (at Pacific Palms Resort), and Nisha Amin. We worked with Mike (from Lin and Jirsa) and Anisha Patel (from Shanti Scribe) remotely.  We enjoyed working with all of our amazing vendors and we know that we wouldn't have wanted any other details of our wedding week to be any other way
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
We went to India for a very short 10 days with a mission to find all our outfits! We decided to make it a memorable trip for our families to get to know each other. My parents, my grandparents, his parents, and the two of us! We lived in one house and traveled in two vans to all the various cities. I always wanted to wear red with little gold or white. Jaydip loved his gold bling bling. So we're going to contrast. Even though I'm typically not picky, for some reason, it took me a while to pick out my dress. There were lots of options in Surat, India. But once I tried on the dress, I knew it was the one. it had little designs all throughout the bottom and it was perfect.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Our most recent adventure and wedding planning process together was going to India. With me living in Texas and Jaydip living in New Jersey, wedding planning has been challenging. But we embarked on a journey with both sets of parents and Shrina's grandparents to India. Ten days of pure craziness, little sleep was the plan. Several days were spent finding "the dress" and less than two hours for Jaydip to find his wedding outfit. It was the first (of hopefully many more) combined family vacations and we got to learn so much more about each other and our families.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our guests got to enjoy fresh coconuts during the wedding to help keep them cool in the warm, sunny California weather
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Our first look - seeing each other in our wedding outfits is a picture glued into my memory forever
 
For events other than your ceremony, please tell us as much as you would like about the decor, style, dances, and all the special details.
Our mandap was built outside the BAPS temple in a way such that the mandir would be our background. The yellow and peach colors were chosen to compliment the pink stone mandir. Jaydip loves sparkly and chandeliers so we had dangling crystals as the backdrop. 
 

Our next feature is brimming with inspiration! Meet me in a bit.

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DJ: Fusion Sounds | Hair & Makeup: Dolled up by Lulu | Lighting: Fusion Sounds | Floral & Decor: Deepti's Florals Designs & Mandaps | Hair & Makeup: Bridal By Nisha | Planning & Design: Platinum Dream Events | Baraat: Platinum Dream Events | Photo Booths: Fusion Sounds | Photographer: Lin & Jirsa Photography | Ceremony Venue: BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir | Reception Venue: Pacific Palms Resort | Catering: Shayona | Transportation: Centurion Lifestyle | Cake & Treats: The Cake Korner | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Shanti Scribe | Live Music - Cocktail Hour Musician: Sax Major | Pandit: Nilesh | Cinematographer: Regal Palette Studio


Houston, Texas Indian Wedding by SB Image Studios

We are back for the grand finale of the marvelous wedding day of Amisha and Mukund! SB Image Studios captured the reception wonders, which included countless captivating moments at the sprawling halls of the elegant Stafford Centre! With the expert help of Dream Decor, the soiree was a spectacular celebration that included a modern sweetheart stage decorated with dozens of warm candle lights and sophisticated floral centerpieces whilst Desi Junction played the best upbeat songs for the newlyweds to have a blast with their partygoers at this sumptuous ambiance. The shiny golden and white off hues reigned during the reception and were flawlessly included in the couple’s evening looks! The blushing bride wore a gracefully romantic white transparent gown and paired it with lovely golden gleaming pump heels; while Raja Mukund flaunted a fabulous custom-made jacket with the couple’s monogram and slipped into fabulous sparkling shoes to hit the dance floor. There are plenty more stunning moments you have to see, so hurry and visit the full gallery to see it all!

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We'll meet here tomorrow for more fantastic wedding fun!

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Photography: SB Image Studios | Ceremony Venue: BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir | Reception Venue: Stafford Centre | Floral & Decor: Dream Decor | Hair & Makeup: Laura Rivera & Co | Catering: BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir | DJ: Desi Junction | Baraat: Desi Junction | Lightning: Desi Junction | Cake & Treats: Cillie's Cakes and Snacks | Cinematography: Epique Cinema | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Avasar Cards | Mehndi Artist: Living Dolls - Hina Khan | Rentals: Aztec Rental Center


Houston, Texas Indian Wedding by SB Image Studios

Maharanis, It is time to unveil the heart of the wedding festivities of Amisha and Mukund! Now we are at the BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir where this charming duo held a stunning outdoor ceremony at this paramount peaceful venue. Mesmerizing frames defined the magical photo session that our friends from SB Image Studios shoot before the “I do's” and that portrayed the beautiful couple in their best wedding splendor! Amisha was a vision in white and red while her striking jewelry gave her a regal aura, while the stunning makeup created by Laura Rivera & Co finished off the perfect bridal look! The rites took place in front of a beautiful cascade of yellow flowers, created by Dream Decor that turned the ceremony spot into a dream! The main event was shut down in a festive manner, with a fantastic wedding exit toss that included colorful smoke bombs and cheers from the guests. Head into the complete gallery for a sneak peek!           

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Come back later as we unveil the wedding reception from Amisha and Mukund’s big day!

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Photography: SB Image Studios | Ceremony Venue: BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir | Reception Venue: Stafford Centre | Floral & Decor: Dream Decor | Hair & Makeup: Laura Rivera & Co | Catering: BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir | DJ: Desi Junction | Baraat: Desi Junction | Lightning: Desi Junction | Cake & Treats: Cillie's Cakes and Snacks | Cinematography: Epique Cinema | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Avasar Cards | Mehndi Artist: Living Dolls - Hina Khan | Rentals: Aztec Rental Center


Malibu, CA Indian Wedding by Global Photography

I am still in love with Maharani Milli and Arvin's Indian wedding at the Calamigos Ranch. Opulent. Majestic. Those are just a few words to describe the couple's s jaw-dropping wedding reception. For her grand finale, the bride slipped into a royal blue lengha with all the right trimmings. Dolled Up by Lulu created a high impact makeup look that was equal parts fabulous and charming. The couple was whisked away by Yogi Patel who captured some lovely and intimate outdoor shots before the party officially began. Design by Ashley draped the spacious ballroom with such grand elegance and designed a sweetheart stage for the ages. Guests were treated with mouthwatering eats from Manohar Delhi Palace before being swept onto the dance floor for a night full of dancing and fun. Sound Nation knows how to throw a party and didn't disappoint! And for fun, this couple had a Ferris wheel to entertain their guests! Check out all the other lovely images by Global Photography in our gallery with Avec Lumiere Productions behind the video lens. 

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See you next week! 

Don't forget to meet our newest Platinum Guide members!
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Hair & Makeup: Dolled up by Lulu | Lighting: Ambiance AV | Cinematography: Avec Lumiere Productions | Photography: Global Photography | Catering: Manohars Delhi Palace | DJ: Sound Nation LA | Floral and Decor: Design by Ashley | Floral and Decor: Decor rental- CMC events | Planning and Design: Neetu Malhotra | Venue: Calamigos Ranch


Malibu, CA Indian Wedding by Global Photography

I have to admit that I am completely in awe of today's Indian wedding feature shot by Yogi Patel of Global Photography. Yogi is a Northern California Indian wedding photographer that has truly mastered the craft. Milli and Arvin held their outdoor Indian wedding at the Calamigos Ranch. The unmistakable work of Dolled Up By Lulu is scattered across my screen, and I have absolutely no complaints. Glowing skin and bold, red lips are my favorite combination in Indian wedding makeup artistry. Event designer Design by Ashley paired a rainbow coalition of bright hues with ivory white linen for a sophisticated take on Indian wedding color and design. The backdrop of the shrubbery just added to the enticement of this outdoor Indian wedding décor! I have all the Pinterest worthy pics captured by the ever so talented Global Photography in our curated gallery with all the live action spearheaded by Avec Lumiere Productions

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Just around the corner, I have the Indian wedding reception led by none other than Avec Lumiere Productions

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Hair & Makeup: Dolled up by Lulu | Lighting: Ambiance AV | Cinematography: Avec Lumiere Productions | Photography: Global Photography | Catering: Manohars Delhi Palace | DJ: Sound Nation LA | Floral and Decor: Design by Ashley | Floral and Decor: Decor rental- CMC events | Planning and Design: Neetu Malhotra | Venue: Calamigos Ranch


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