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At Maharani Weddings, we believe that every bride deserves the fairytale wedding of her dreams! Here at MaharaniWeddings.com you will find glittering seeds of inspiration for every aspect of your upcoming wedding. In addition to profiling some of the most spectacular Indian weddings from around the globe through interviews, pictures, and videos, we also hand-pick and share a list of the best Indian wedding vendors in our Maharani Weddings Platinum Guide. From event planners to photographers, dj's, florists, cinematographers, makeup artists, mehndi artists, you name it... you’ll find connections to every resource you could ever need for all your wedding ceremonies and celebrations.

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Lehigh Valley, PA Sikh Engagement by Maria A. Garth Photography

Greetings to all our enchanting readers of the wedding world! We're diving into the beautifully intimate engagement of Preeti & Pinder. Preeti was adorned in a stunning ensemble designed by Shyamal and Bhumika, her beauty further accentuated by the masterful touch of Pretty Neat Beauty. Her glow was complemented by the exquisite floral arrangements and decor by Salma Events, adding enchantment to the already magical setting. The air was filled with the melodic beats of DJ Bhupi, creating an electrifying and intimate ambiance. As the evening progressed, guests were treated to a delectable array of cakes and desserts by Cakes as CanvasK&J Party Rentals ensured every detail, from the lighting to the tent, was flawlessly executed. The laid-back vibe of the ceremony was perfectly captured by Maria A. Garth Photography, whose lens tells a tale of love, laughter, and heartfelt moments. Each image is a testament to her dedication and artistic vision, turning fleeting moments into timeless memories. Check out the incredible gallery we prepared!

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Immerse yourselves in their story, and let it inspire your tales of romance and togetherness.

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Photography: Maria A. Garth Photography | Hair & Makeup / Henna: Pretty Neat Beauty | Dress Designer: Shyamal and Bhumika | Cake & Dessert: Cakes as Canvas | Decor / Florist: Salma Events | DJ: DJ Bhupi | Videography: Click Pro Films | Lighting / Tent: K&J Party Rentals


Fairfax, VA Nepali Wedding by Fotopasal

Hi, darlings! Simpy & Barun's wedding unfolded like a beautifully orchestrated symphony. The serene Durga Temple brought their big day to life, where the exchange of rings and garlands, the sacred 'phere' around the holy fire, and the heartfelt promises made the ceremony a genuinely prosperous affair. The mastery was evident in every detail, from the lush floral arrangements by Namlo Events to the stunning bride, Simpy, whose beauty was enhanced by Maryam Mastery's hair and makeup artistry. Aabhushan Crafts adorned Simpy with exquisite bridal jewelry, each piece resonating with the grandeur of the occasion. Afnitha's Henna Designs adorned Simpy's hands with intricate patterns, symbolizing love and good fortune. Silk Hospitality embraced the newlyweds and their guests for a spectacular reception. Lumanti Virginia's cake and treats added a touch of sweetness, while Rangoli Catering tantalized the taste buds. The atmosphere buzzed with excitement as Fotopasal captured every magical moment. Come and enjoy the incredible gallery. You'll love it!

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Lovely Maharanis, join us in celebrating a new union and find inspiration for your fairytale wedding.

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Ceremony Venue: Durga Temple | Reception Venue: Silk Hospitality | Floral & Decor: Namlo Events | Hair & Makeup: Maryam Mastery | Catering: Rangoli Catering | Catering: Silk Hospitality | Bridal Jewelry: Aabhushan Crafts | Cake & Treats: Lumanti Virginia | Mehndi Artist: Afnitha's Henna Designs | Photography: Fotopasal


Blue Ridge, GA Engagement by Hakim's Studio

Hi, darlings! Don't miss Nausheen & Amyn's engagement photoshoot in today's Platinum Guide Blog.

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Abbotsford, BC Sikh Wedding by Vissare Media Group

Jas and Parm’s love story first began when they both happened to swipe right on Bumble. A doctor meets an engineer - every Indian parents’ dream! After a few clumsy jokes (on Jas’ part) and some great initiative (on Parm’s part), they met a few days later for the first time.

Parm planned the perfect first date in Fort Langley, BC – simple, fun and right up Jas’ alley. Jas was, of course, late – no surprises there! They spent hours walking and talking along the river with the sun shining on them, having lunch and walking some more. They enjoyed each other's company so much that they decided to get coffee just to keep the date going; and although the date finally ended after 6 hours, it was the first of 4 dates that week alone!

That first week summed up the instant connection that Jas and Parm felt, and it only continued to grow despite living on opposite sides of Canada. They learned about making the most of the short visits and small moments that life hands you. They became very familiar with frequent flier miles, skype and games like Words with Friends (with a decent amount of competition).

A trip to New York for Jas’ birthday was a turning point in their relationship. The thrill of travelling together, the adventure of exploring a new city and the teamwork involved in picking the next restaurant or trying to not get lost proved that they were a couple that worked well together and could enjoy each other’s company for extended periods of time.

Now, after over 2 years of good morning and goodnight texts, skype dates and daily phone calls, they are excited to finally tie the knot and continue their love story in Toronto.

No thanks to COVID-19, the couple’s wedding plans went upside down. The guest list was cut from 400 person gurudwara wedding to a beautifully intimate 35 person ceremony in the bride’s parents backyard. It was the perfect blend of a very Western style wedding while maintaining all Sikh wedding traditions important to them.

“Vissare Media Group did an awesome job at adapting to the new COVID wedding demands, which included a full video livestream for all of our guests (as none of my family was able to attend due to travel and border restrictions). I am happy that my family was able to feel included by watching the day from start to finish as if they were standing right there.”

Congratulations Jaspreet & Patrick!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
This is our story, a blurb I wrote for family and friends:

Jas and Parm’s love story first began when they both happened to swipe right on Bumble. A doctor meets an engineer - every Indian parents’ dream! After a few clumsy jokes (on Jas’ part) and some great initiative (on Parm’s part), they met a few days later for the first time.

Parm planned the perfect first date in Fort Langley, BC – simple, fun and right up Jas’ alley. Jas was, of course, late – no surprises there! They spent hours walking and talking along the river with the sun shining on them, having lunch and walking some more. They enjoyed each other's company so much that they decided to get coffee just to keep the date going; and although the date finally ended after 6 hours, it was the first of 4 dates that week alone!

That first week summed up the instant connection that Jas and Parm felt, and it only continued to grow despite living on opposite sides of Canada. They learned about making the most of the short visits and small moments that life hands you. They became very familiar with frequent flier miles, skype and games like Words with Friends (with a decent amount of competition).

A trip to New York for Jas’ birthday was a turning point in their relationship. The thrill of travelling together, the adventure of exploring a new city and the teamwork involved in picking the next restaurant or trying to not get lost proved that they were a couple that worked well together and could enjoy each other’s company for extended periods of time.

Now, after over 2 years of good morning and goodnight texts, skype dates and daily phone calls, they are excited to finally tie the knot and continue their love story in Toronto.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
The proposal was intimate, private and absolutely perfect. While I was getting ready for our date to see the Canadian musical ´Come From Away’, he had filled the living room of our small downtown Toronto apartment with tons of tea light candles. As I walked out into the living room, there he was, standing with a beautiful bouquet of fresh flowers, surrounded by the candles - straight out of the movies. He then proposed, and of course, I said yes! Then I told him to wait, and ran to my coat pocket where I pulled out a paperclip that I had fashioned into a ring earlier that week. I walked back to him, bent on one knee, and proposed to him! Spoiler alert - he said yes too!

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.
Thanks to COVID-19, all our plans changed completely. We ended up going from a 400 person gurudwara/hall reception wedding to a beautiful 35 person intimate one in my parents backyard. We ended doing a very Western style wedding while maintaining all Sikh wedding traditions important to us.

The decor vendor came to see the space, and with my sister (the true mastermind behind the style of this wedding), they worked create a masterpiece. They even thought of smallest details like going with burnt orange/fall flowers for the Palki, so that it would compliment our green outfits in the pictures. I am so grateful to them.

Our photo and video did an awesome job at adapting to the new COVID wedding demands, which included a full video livestream for all of our guests (as none of my family was able to attend due to travel and border restrictions). I am happy that my family was able to feel included by watching the day from start to finish as if they were there.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I knew from the start that I wanted something different, something that would make a statement. I had seen one bride on Instagram wearing a green lengha, and I had fallen in love with the colour. But I was an open canvas when it came to style and design. As we shopped and saw more designs, it became clear that I was loving all the Pakistani style designs. So we focused on that and then once I found the perfect lengha, we customized it for the green colour (which took some trial and error and people running around to find examples of green around them shop!) It ended up just how I had hoped it would, and the green was perfect.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Making the invitations and COVID signs myself! Turns out I have a creative side to me and really enjoyed designing our wedding invitations, save the dates and « keep 6ft apart » signs for our events. It was a lot of fun!

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Ceremony Venue: Bride's Home | Planning & Design: Always and Forever Weddings | Floral & Decor: Pink Paisley Decor | Hair & Makeup: Made In London Studio | Catering: Maharaja Catering | Bridal Fashions: Ram Kishan Sarees | Cinematography: Vissare Media Group | Lighting: Maandecorationlights | Mehndi Artist: Fatma Mehendi Art | Groom Outfit: Sunny's Bridal Gallery | Turban: Sukhpreet Singh | Photography: Vissare Media Group


Shelby Township, MI Indian Wedding by Sky Films and Production

Good morning, Maharanis! Get ready to enjoy Teja & Suraj's wedding in today's Platinum Guide Blog!

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Planning & Design: Marigold Wedding Planners | Planning & Design: Marigold Wedding Planners | Photography: Sky Films and Productions | Ceremony Venue: Cherry Creek Golf Club | Hair & Makeup: Bellesadivina by Gayatri Kalia


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