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Carrollton, TX Indian Wedding by Vek Photo

Hello there, ladies! Head over to our Platinum Guide Blog to enjoy Ziyana & Prem's lovely wedding!

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I met my husband on Dil Mil. He was living in NY at the time and we matched and talked for a bit and the conversation died down. Then months later we reconnected and started talking again. He flew down to Dallas to see me and it’s been history since.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
So every time he came to Dallas he took me to a random restaurant for date night. He never told me where we were going but he would always tell me how to dress. In October 2018 he told me he’s going to take me to a fancy restaurant and he told me to dress up. I’m extra so he didn’t have to tell me twice. I texted my friend Chippi a dress that I found and she straight up said it’s ugly. She made me change into something else. You’d think I would have some idea now but nope. So I finally wore the outfit chippi agreed on. He took me to reunion tower and after dinner he told me let’s go up and see the view. I was like no I don’t want to mess up my hair but he insisted that we do. Me being the clueless person I am was annoyed and said ok fine but I would be mad if I messed up my hair. We went up there and when he went down on one knee I said omg yes and tried to snatch the ring from him. I freaked out for sure and before he could ask I kept saying yes. He finally asked in between my screaming and my brother, his sister and her husband, my best friend, Prem’s best friend and his wife, my cousins and most of my friends flew in to surprise me. I was in so much shock I didn’t even know what was going on for a while. When I finally came to my senses I freaked out again because everyone was there. It was a surprise proposal for sure. He did good
 
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.
Planning was the most stressful part. I had a great planner and if it wasn’t for Shelley I would’ve been lost. All my vendors were so great and I can’t say enough things about them. I knew Riz before the wedding and one of the first people I called was Riz and he was super helpful. For makeup I was super picky and I went with Ishnae and omg they’re the sweetest people you’ll meet. They book up so quick and I literally booked them before I booked my venue. For decor we went with alpha and I was blown away when I walked into my reception hall because they went above and beyond. We picked Vinnie from VEK photo for photos and he’s very well known and he helped us get our videographer Ali from Aria. Ali and Vinnie are definitely considered the A team.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I went to India for wedding shopping. I got a South Indian Saree for the wedding and that was all my mom. She helped me pick it out. The reception lehnga was a huge mess since I picked it out from India. I got it from India but after I got back home I hated it. A few weeks before the wedding I found this Instagram page named mayasboutique and I got in touch with the owner Jenny and she helped me pick out my reception lehnga. It was so pretty and Jenny was super helpful. I wanted to stay away from red for reception but this lehnga was so pretty I ended up wearing red. I also ended up getting my mehndi outfit from her. My whole decor was peach and gold. The bridesmaids wore peach lehnga and the groomsmen wore peach tie and socks.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part definitely have to be shopping. I had so much fun picking out outfits for the bridesmaids. The bridesmaids had two outfits. They wore traditional kasavu Saree and jewelry for the ceremony and for reception they switched to a lehnga. I custom made the lehnga in India and it was the best. I picked out the fabric and stitched the outfits for them. I also picked out their jewelry and it was honestly so much fun. For ceremony the groomsmen wore peach kurta with mundu and they all looked super traditional and for reception they wore a suit that my husband picked out. We had our little ring beaters wear matching mundu and kurta with the groomsmen which was so cute. The junior bridesmaids wore red outfit to match with the bridesmaids blouse in the morning. Dressing up the bridal party was my most favorite part about the wedding for sure.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
DJ! Everyone loved Riz and Freddy. They kept the crowd entertained all night. Prem’s friends from NY raved about how great the DJ was. Everyone raved about the food too. My family friend Sunny uncle from India garden catered and everyone kept saying how great the food was. I’ve known sunny uncle since I was a kid and he went above and beyond for us. Also, we had a taco truck to end the night and everyone kept saying how that was something different they’ve never seen before.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The actual ceremony part for sure. It was something special for both of us and we loved how traditional it was. Prem wrote me a letter and I didn’t expect to cry so much as I did. It was so sweet and I definitely messed up my makeup.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Don’t stress. Everything would be ok. Nobody is going to remember the small details and everyone is going to remember how happy you were. Hire a planner!! Don’t cut cost on that please. I was happy because the day of my wedding because I knew “Shelley got it”
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
I’m a huge fan of Disney movies. When we started dating we used to love watching beauty and the beast. I told my henna artist Samira who is very very talented that I love the movie. She actually drew beauty and the beast on my henna. Everyone who saw it was amazed by how perfect it was.
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Lighting: DJ Riz Entertainment | Mehndi Artists: Samira's Henna Designs | Lighting: DJ Riz Entertainment | Lighting: DJ Riz Entertainment | Draping/Styling: JJ Drapes | Cinematographer: Aria Cinema Films | Photographer: Vek Photo | Ceremony Venue: Sri Guruvayurappan Temple of Dallas | Reception Venue: Omni Mandalay Las Colinas | Planning & Design: Shelley K Events | Floral & Decor: Alpha Décor | Hair & Makeup: Ishnae & Co | Catering (Dinner): India Garden Dallas | Catering (Lunch): Saravanaa Bhavan | Bridal Fashions: Mayas Desi Boutique Dallas | Bridal Fashions: Kalyan's India | Bridal Jewelry: Bhima Jewelery | Bridal Jewelry: Kalyan Jewellers | Cake & Treats: Fancy Cakes By Lauren | Photo Booth: Social Production Photo Booths | Transportation: Prime Limo & Car Services | After Party Taco Truck: Tacos El Pueblo | Dholi for Baraat & Reception: Dholi TK


Pondicherry, Indian Fusion Wedding by Shakir Photography

Good morning, beautiful Maharanis! We are excited to be back as we were dying to share today's lovely story with you. So, let's not wait any longer and take a look at Ancy & Pradhip's big wedding bash. And we hope you have your travel documents handy because we are taking you to Pondicherry for you to be part of this grand event. Today's lovely couple planned a magnificent celebration which started with a traditional Hindu ceremony, followed by a signature on the livre encrypted in Francaise, and finally a Christian ring ceremony with a prayer. How amazing is that! We love how each event honored the bride and groom's culture, faith, and above all, their love for each other! And we know that planning a wedding ceremony is not easy, let alone plan a whole multicultural wedding bash! So we want to make a big shoutout to the bride and groom for the perfect planning and execution of all wedding events. The attention to detail resulted in a dreamy celebration that exceeded all expectations. Both Ancy & Pradhip attended their wedding festivities looking flawless and overflowing with so much happiness and joy that you can almost feel how all these emotions pop from the screen and brighten up your day. For the Hindu ceremony, they embraced a traditional look and ended up looking like the prince and princess of an Indian fairytale. Ancy trusted her beauty needs to Makeup Sharath Bhushan, and Sruthi Kannath and Moksha designed her wedding attires. To crown her ravishing looks, Ancy wore dazzling pieces of jewelry from New Ideas Fashions Jewellery's collection, which added an extra touch of traditional flair to her different attires. And oh, boy! We cannot stress how much we loved her different looks! To match the beauty of the love of his life, Pradhip rocked an all-white attire for the ceremony and an elegant and fashionable tux from P N RAO for the closing gala. They looked so gorgeous together than not even the colorful decor, and the mesmerizing wall of flowers that served as a backdrop for their reception stole the attention away from them! If you want to take a closer look at this fantastic wedding celebration, head into our full gallery for more! We have compiled the most beautiful moments captured by Shakir Photography!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Every human will have a certain deep point in life where that person would feel difficult to get up from the pit. Arm rendered by MR. Mine as a friend during those phase.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
A very different story, both are ardent foot ball fans of same club. It all started with “Arsenal” and we end up hitching our life time goal... Different religion, different culture, different time zone but that never matters when souls are united.
 
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.
Different tone zone one in EST and the other in MYT. We spent our day and night together planning every stuff. We collected many many details regarding venue, makeup artist, place of stay, back drop designs, wedding clothes and ended up choosing our favourite by contacting them. And met everyone in person when in India and finalised
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I fixed my mind to go for pastels. I choose one of the best shops in Chennai where every piece is unique. When it is for our Christian wedding I always wanted to see myself in a gown so grabbed a deep red gown.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
We reached the venue few hours before our wedding and as it was an inter religion wedding our parents of both the sides and relatives anew arguing even at that point in time about giving away my traditional saree... one saying bride should step into their home and get it and the other saying as per our tradition we won’t allow... Every moment was full of suspenses and surprises
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
1. We made our bridal blouse very unique - My father’s signature is embedded in it who is no more. It was a themed blouse. Bride In a chariot and groom in a horse. Where my father’s signature as an attestation below the chariot carrying his daughter.
 
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3. Our post-wedding photoshoot
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
1. Being a Christian I dint know what exactly they are asking me do when pandit requested. Every moment was very funny.. He was literally snatching the wedlock from the priest's hand and tied in few seconds. It grabbed crowd’s attention and all started laughing  seeing the scene.
 
2. During Christian tradition of ring exchange, we had a ball dance which was a ever memorable one
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Stay happy and dream well about your d day which would make you glow like a maharani...

That is all for today, darlings! Make sure to join us tomorrow for more. Same place, same time!
 
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Hair & Makeup: Makeup Sharath Bhushan | Bridal Blouse Designer: Sruthi Kannath | Bridal Clothing: Mokshaa | Bridal Jewelry: New Ideas Fashions Jewellery | Tuxedos: P N RAO | Photography: The Red Crab | Photography: Shakir Photography


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


Pittsburgh, PA Indian Fusion Wedding by Jorge Santiago Photo

Hello there, darlings! We know that you were so captivated by Tara & Casey's Sangeet ceremony that you were dying to know more about this lovely couple and all the beauty surrounding their wedding festivities! So, wait no more because we are back to continue sharing this grand event with all of you, ladies! This time, Jorge Santiago Photo is taking us on a visual journey through the enchanting wedding ceremony that united these two betrothed in marriage. Thoroughly planned and designed by Pearl Celebrations, this wedding ceremony held inside the halls of the Omni William Penn Hotel is one to remember! Just take a look at how mesmerizing and breathtaking everything was. Imperial Decor enhanced the majestic architecture of this venue with a magical decor featuring traditional linens, golden ornaments, and a magical petal-covered aisle that we loved so much! Without any question, this venue was more than ready to host this life-changing event. The whole room entirely lighted up once our gorgeous maharani walked down the aisle, leaving everyone speechless, and some even dropped a couple of tears of happiness! However, no one in the room was even closer to the level of excitement and amazement reflected by Casey. He couldn't take his eyes off of Tara, but we cannot blame him, as Tara looked ravishing thanks to Payal Patel, who took care of her beauty needs. If you can't get enough of this lovely couple, don't miss today's full gallery. You will love it!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Casey and I met working together in a medical office while both applying to medical school. One month after we started dating, we were accepted to different medical schools, and had to spend the next 4 years living in different states. The fact that he was so willing to put in the effort to make a long distance relationship work while going through med school made me realize very early on that he was the one. We went through the residency match process and were lucky enough to match in the same city, and shortly afterwards got engaged! We make each other laugh about the smallest things, and he always boosts my self confidence just when I need it!
 
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 am South Indian, and I knew I wanted to incorporate South Indian traditions with elements of a Western wedding as well. While my hometown of Pittsburgh is a wonderful city, it doesn't offer the variety of vendors that bigger cities do. For that reason, I used several vendors based in larger cities like DC and NYC and was very happy with how everything turned out. Casey's family is not Indian, and so we wanted a wedding that was festive but also felt warm and inclusive. We think we achieved that with the help of our fantastic vendors!
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
Casey and I traveled to India with my parents to do all of our shopping. I knew I wanted a hybrid of South Indian, North Indian, and Western looks for the wedding events, and we were fortunate to travel to different parts of India to achieve this. I found my bridal sari, a red traditional South Indian silk sari, in Bangalore, and my Sangeet lengha at a boutique in Delhi. While I love the blush and neutral tones that are really popular with brides, I wanted something a little different for my reception look, and when I saw my blue Tarun Tahiliani gown, I thought it was perfect. I loved how unique it was with its striking color and full skirt, and it made me feel so special!
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Of course we are biased, but our family and friends really had amazing speeches that left us, and our guests, crying with laughter. Also, I have a huge sweet tooth and really wanted a big dessert spread, which ended up being a big hit!
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Casey plays the piano really well, and he knows how much I love it when he plays. It's also hard for him to ever surprise me with anything. I was completely shocked when in the middle of our wedding reception, Casey and two of my cousins, Reka and Ashwin, surprised me with a performance, with singing, guitar playing, and Casey on the piano! They had secretly rehearsed via FaceTime for weeks without my knowing, and I was blown away by their thoughtfulness and talent! It was so special and I felt so lucky to have such a great family (and an amazing new husband)!
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
Our families are very important to us, and my wedding ceremony jewelry reflected this. My paternal grandfather is no longer living, but prior to his passing had gifted me with gold that was then turned into the Mangalsutra, my wedding chain, that Casey placed around my neck to signify our marriage. The other necklace I wore was a gift from my maternal grandfather. It was really special to have reminders of my grandparents' love during our ceremony!
 
Our venue, the Omni William Penn Hotel, is one of the oldest hotels in Pittsburgh. We especially loved the elegance of our reception site, the Grand Ballroom, which has a beautiful gold balcony. Our wedding ceremony was held in another room in the hotel that has a very unique art deco vibe. We wanted a venue that had three distinct event spaces for our three main wedding events, and were lucky to find it in the Omni! We wanted our cake to match the elegance of the venue, and Tasty Bakery more than delivered! We loved the combination of gold leaf with the textured gold base and maroon flowers, and it truly matched the aesthetic we were going for.

We still have more, ladies! So make sure to stick around.
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Sangeet Venue / Ceremony Venue / Reception Venue: Omni William Penn Hotel | Planning & Design: Pearl Celebrations | Floral & Decor: Imperial Decor | Hair & Makeup: Payal Patel | Catering: Taj Mahal | Catering: Udipi Cafe | DJ: Dhoom Events | Baraat: Dhoom Events | Bridal Fashion (Reception): Tarun Tahiliani | Cake & Treats: Tasty Bakery | Cinematography: Trillium Films | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Indian Wedding Card | Photo Booth: Lux Photo Booth | Registry: Zola | Photography: Jorge Santiago Photo


Pittsburgh, PA Indian Fusion Wedding by Jorge Santiago Photo

Happy Tuesday, darlings! We know the first two days of the week are the hardest ones, so we thought about how we could make them more pleasant and enjoyable for you, and guess what, we found the way to do it! The best way for you to start the week on the right foot is none other than taking a look at the fabulous weddings that we share with you daily. And today's wedding is a perfect example of it! Tara & Casey's fusion wedding festivities are going to take your breath as they overflow with so much beauty, traditions, and emotions that we are sure you are going to be craving for more. So, let's jump right into it! For this first installment, we'll be taking a look at a joyful and colorful Sangeet night held at the Omni William Penn Hotel. The halls of this venue completely transformed into a spectacular setting more than suitable for the occasion, thanks to the unique decor crafted by Imperial Decor. The bright and bold colors on the traditional fabrics contrasted with the elegance of our two lovebirds, creating magical moments beautifully captured by the lens of Jorge Santiago Photo. And we want to make a big shoutout to Pearl Celebrations as this opening Sangeet, would not have been the same without their detailed planning and perfect execution. So kudos to them! Remember that you can always take a closer look at this event by taking a look at today's full gallery!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Casey and I met working together in a medical office while both applying to medical school. One month after we started dating, we were accepted to different medical schools, and had to spend the next 4 years living in different states. The fact that he was so willing to put in the effort to make a long distance relationship work while going through med school made me realize very early on that he was the one. We went through the residency match process and were lucky enough to match in the same city, and shortly afterwards got engaged! We make each other laugh about the smallest things, and he always boosts my self confidence just when I need it!
 
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 am South Indian, and I knew I wanted to incorporate South Indian traditions with elements of a Western wedding as well. While my hometown of Pittsburgh is a wonderful city, it doesn't offer the variety of vendors that bigger cities do. For that reason, I used several vendors based in larger cities like DC and NYC and was very happy with how everything turned out. Casey's family is not Indian, and so we wanted a wedding that was festive but also felt warm and inclusive. We think we achieved that with the help of our fantastic vendors!
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
Casey and I traveled to India with my parents to do all of our shopping. I knew I wanted a hybrid of South Indian, North Indian, and Western looks for the wedding events, and we were fortunate to travel to different parts of India to achieve this. I found my bridal sari, a red traditional South Indian silk sari, in Bangalore, and my Sangeet lengha at a boutique in Delhi. While I love the blush and neutral tones that are really popular with brides, I wanted something a little different for my reception look, and when I saw my blue Tarun Tahiliani gown, I thought it was perfect. I loved how unique it was with its striking color and full skirt, and it made me feel so special!
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Of course we are biased, but our family and friends really had amazing speeches that left us, and our guests, crying with laughter. Also, I have a huge sweet tooth and really wanted a big dessert spread, which ended up being a big hit!
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Casey plays the piano really well, and he knows how much I love it when he plays. It's also hard for him to ever surprise me with anything. I was completely shocked when in the middle of our wedding reception, Casey and two of my cousins, Reka and Ashwin, surprised me with a performance, with singing, guitar playing, and Casey on the piano! They had secretly rehearsed via FaceTime for weeks without my knowing, and I was blown away by their thoughtfulness and talent! It was so special and I felt so lucky to have such a great family (and an amazing new husband)!
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
Our families are very important to us, and my wedding ceremony jewelry reflected this. My paternal grandfather is no longer living, but prior to his passing had gifted me with gold that was then turned into the Mangalsutra, my wedding chain, that Casey placed around my neck to signify our marriage. The other necklace I wore was a gift from my maternal grandfather. It was really special to have reminders of my grandparents' love during our ceremony!
 
Our venue, the Omni William Penn Hotel, is one of the oldest hotels in Pittsburgh. We especially loved the elegance of our reception site, the Grand Ballroom, which has a beautiful gold balcony. Our wedding ceremony was held in another room in the hotel that has a very unique art deco vibe. We wanted a venue that had three distinct event spaces for our three main wedding events, and were lucky to find it in the Omni! We wanted our cake to match the elegance of the venue, and Tasty Bakery more than delivered! We loved the combination of gold leaf with the textured gold base and maroon flowers, and it truly matched the aesthetic we were going for.

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Sangeet Venue / Ceremony Venue / Reception Venue: Omni William Penn Hotel | Planning & Design: Pearl Celebrations | Floral & Decor: Imperial Decor | Hair & Makeup: Payal Patel | Catering: Taj Mahal | Catering: Udipi Cafe | DJ: Dhoom Events | Baraat: Dhoom Events | Bridal Fashion (Reception): Tarun Tahiliani | Cake & Treats: Tasty Bakery | Cinematography: Trillium Films | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Indian Wedding Card | Photo Booth: Lux Photo Booth | Registry: Zola | Photography: Jorge Santiago Photo


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