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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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Atlanta, GA Indian Fusion Wedding by PixelCollection Photography

Hello, ladies! Get ready to be charmed and inspired by Sejal & Nirav's love story! Today's blushing Maharani ushered in her big day with a collection of bright and captivating pre-wedding events, including this Haldi ceremony that you will love. We simply adore Sejal's look for this pre-wedding event! The yellow outfit and the fantastic hair and makeup by Marina Soto, made her look flawless! And we cannot forget the artistic Mehndi design she got from Rozi Salim Virani that added an extra touch of traditional flair to an already on-point look! Pixel Events conceptualized this Haldi while Utopian Events crafted a vibrant and colorful decor that set the mood for this pre-wedding event. PixelCollection Photography captured all the beauty surrounding not just this event, but the entire wedding festivities. And we cannot wait for you to take a glimpse at all the details of this wedding. In the meantime, make sure to take a look at this pre-wedding celebration in the complete gallery!

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Get ready for the upcoming wedding ceremony, you are going to love it!

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Venues: The Westin Atlanta Perimeter North | Planning & Design: Pixel Events | Floral & Decor: Utopian Events | Hair & Makeup: Marina Soto | Catering: Rajbhog Inc | DJ: DJ Aks/Sid | Baraat: Wonder Work Events | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: Desi Rhythm | Cake & Treats: Inspirations Unlimited | Cinematography: PixelCollections Photo Video | Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling: Ishani Patel | Event Designer: Pixel Events | Lightning: Wonder Work Events | Live Music: Desi Rhythm | Mehndi Artist: Rozi Salim Virani | Transportation: Two Baraat Lamborghini | Photography: PixelCollection Photography


Marietta. GA Indian Wedding by Brandon Andrews Photography

Good morning, dolls! We hope you are ready to have some fun because we are starting hard! We are kicking off Rachel & Parth's wedding festivities with a beautiful outdoor photoshoot leading to a colorful and vibrant Sangeet ceremony. So get ready to enjoy and make sure to have your notebook handy, you might want to write down some inspiring ideas. Before starting with the outdoor photoshoot carried out by Brandon Andrews Photography, our gorgeous Maharani elevated her natural beauty thanks to the talented artists from Forever Beauty by Manisha and Rachel Rozanski. The classy and floral wavy hairstyle combined perfectly with the discreet makeup, creating a dreamy look for Rachel to start the festivities looking breathtaking. After the photoshoot, it was time to continue with the fun-loving Sangeet Ceremony planned and executed by Crimson Bleu Events. And what a fantastic job they did as this was a night to remember! For more insights about this joyful pre-wedding event, don't hesitate to head into our gallery! You are up for a visual treat!

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There's a lot of beauty and inspiration still coming down the road, so make sure to stick around if you don't want to miss any detail. 

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Floral & Decor: Aayojan | Planning & Design: Crimson Bleu Events | Photography: Brandon Andrews Photography | Hair & Makeup: Forever Beauty by Manisha | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Hilton Atlanta Marietta Hotel & Conference Center | Hair & Makeup: Rachel Rozanski | Catering: Rajbhog of Atlanta | DJ: Royal Events - DJ Vrund and DJ Maulik | Baraat (Horse): Nottingham Horses | Cake & Treats: Zehra's Cupcakery | Photo Booth: Robot Booth


Fort Worth, TX Indian Fusion Wedding by Bella Lumi

Good morning, beauty queens! Get ready to join us at the Akshada & Alex's wedding festivities because there are lots of inspiring ideas you don't want to miss! Amid a tremendously vibrant and colorful decoration, crafted by the talented team from Prashe, these festivities began with a Sangeet Ceremony held within the halls of the Bass Performance Hall. This cultural venue, a witness of thousands of plays, concerts, and performances, was about to open its doors to Akshada & Alex's marriage and began to prepare by hosting the pre-wedding ceremonies. Akshada stole the night dressed in her multicolored lengha full of style! Cosmetality took care of this Maharani's beauty needs with a magnificent hairstyle and a trendy makeup while KM Henna Artistry crowned this vision of beauty with an artistic Mehndi design. This winning combination added an extra touch of Indian flair to an already impressive look! An just in case you were wondering, who are the masterminds behind the fantastic shots we get to enjoy. Those are the good folks from Bella Lumi who are well-known for their talent when it comes to immortalizing unique and life-changing events. If you want to continue enjoying this pre-wedding ceremony, do not hesitate to visit the gallery we have prepared for you. We are sure you will love it!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We met in high school chemistry, ironically. We became friends first (with a lot of effort on my side) and started dating 2 years later. We went to separate colleges after high school and we would visit each other on weekends whenever we had the time. One of the weekends he was visiting I got really sick and he spent the weekend taking care of me; making his favorite noodles, getting me Gatorade and blueberries, whatever I could stomach. That's when I knew.

 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We went on a Labor Day weekend trip to Door County, Wisconsin. We had been discussing engagement for a couple of months but a proposal never came, so I thought it might happen that weekend but he still managed to surprise me. We did romantic things like parasailing and hiking but nothing happened so I just figured this wasn't the time. He waited until the last day of our trip while we were on a bike ride. We stopped on a secluded beach to watch the sunset and drink wine, then he proposed and I was totally caught off guard. It was a rocky beach, so I remember being concerned about his knee while he was kneeling. A random woman hiking by yelled, "Congratulations!" to us but we barely even noticed.
 
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.
We first found a venue that fit our priorities – guest count and outside catering policy – and took the first available date since that didn’t matter as much to us. Our venue had many diverse beautiful spaces with existing features so we just wanted to accentuate and didn’t force a single theme on it. We also tried to unify our Indian and Chinese cultures in a modern way when deciding on the decor. Our parents and family members were a huge help in doing the legwork for us on many of our vendors since we lived across the country in Madison, WI but got married in Fort Worth, TX.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I knew I wanted to wear a lengha but didn't have anything in particular in mind from the beginning. I figured I would be able to shop around and try out different styles until I found the right one. We weren't able to make it to India to go shopping so we knew we had to start looking early at local places, and I was skeptical I wouldn't find anything I liked. I showed a family friend my Pinterest board and she knew exactly where to take us. Walking into Studio D was like walking straight into my personal Pinterest page. I had always loved intricate embroidery and beadwork and all of Divya's collection definitely fit the bill. I struggled with saying yes to the dress because it was one of the first dresses I tried on, but after I went to a few other places and I knew it was the right one for me. When we went back, I tried it on again and my mom and sister agreed this was the one.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
We really enjoyed trying to maximize the experience for our guests. We knew from the beginning that our top priority was to have an open bar, delicious food, and fun music. If that meant sacrificing on the budget elsewhere or not having the most dignified meals, then so be it. Since it was a fusion wedding, we also knew that there would be a lot of opportunities to introduce new things to both families, from carefully planning the menu options to incorporating family members into the events.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
From what we heard, people really enjoyed the food. We tried hard to cater from a wide range of restaurants, so we had tex-mex for lunch after the wedding, and both Indian and Chinese options during Garba and the reception. Everyone got to try some of our favorite things and branch out from the typical wedding fare.
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
There wasn't one particular moment that replays in my mind, more flashes of dancing at the reception. I have thought back on that night frequently since the wedding and just remember the sheer amount of joy I was feeling. There we were surrounded by our closest family and friends ... dancing to Gold Digger by Kanye. If I could relive any part of my wedding it would easily be the reception.
 
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.
While we were doing an overall Indian wedding, we still wanted to incorporate Chinese culture so it wouldn't be so one-sided. My bridal mehndi had his Chinese name hidden within the design, and he also got some mehndi done on his forearm with my name written in Gujarati. However, something got lost in translation and now all of our mehndi pictures have both of us proudly showing off his name!
 
Garba was always going to be a very Indian event so we organized people to teach the newcomers so that everyone could learn some basic steps and join in instead of sitting off to the side. We also served bubble tea with dinner since it was both a nod to his heritage and we knew it would be a hit with everyone.
 
Since we decided on doing a Hindu ceremony, we found a priest that was very good at explaining what was going on and also printed out a program. We hung a large Chinese good luck symbol on our mandap opposite from the Ganesh symbol, and also brought up some of his family members to participate in the ceremony. We decided to change up the lunch fare by offering tex-mex from Chuy's instead of serving a traditional Indian lunch so that we could share some of our favorite cuisine with everyone.
 
The reception was the only place that wasn't inherently Indian, so we tried to really embrace more Asian elements without being gaudy. We strung red lanterns across the open ceiling and had strands of hand-folded origami paper cranes incorporated everywhere - while not technically Chinese, it was meaningful to us because he asked me to prom with an origami sign way back when.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Settle on a budget and decide what you’re not willing to sacrifice on, that will make it easier to make tough decisions later. Everyone has an opinion on what they want to see. Make sure you have your priorities straight so that you can let go of the smaller details – it’s easier to avoid arguments that way. Don't be afraid to accept help, there are too many things to do and you can’t possibly micromanage every aspect. A day-of coordinator is a really nice thing to have, as your schedule will already be packed without much sleep, much less time to manage everything else.

 

This pre-wedding ceremony was the perfect preamble for what is coming down the road, so make sure to stay close if you don't want to miss all the beauty that surrounded this life-changing event. 

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DJ: DJ Riz Entertainment | Lighting: DJ Riz Entertainment | Sangeet Venue: Bass Performance Hall | Ceremony Venue: Bass Performance Hall | Reception Venue: Bass Performance Hall | Floral & Decor: Prashe | Hair & Makeup: Cosmetality | Catering: May I Serve U | Catering: Sichuan Folk | Catering: Urban Tadka | Catering: Chuy's | Catering: ShareTea | Bridal Fashion: Divya at Studio D Dallas | Cake & Treats: Loft 22 Cakes | Mehndi Artist: KM Henna Artistry | Photography: Bella Lumi


Agoura Hills, CA Indian Fusion Wedding by Eliza Jane Photography

Welcome back, ladies! We are happy you could join us at Elizabeth & Randeep's wedding reception! We know that it has been a day full of emotions and beautiful ceremonies, and we want you to have some fun at this reception party, so let's head off to the gardens of the Brookview Ranch to enjoy this wedding reception! As soon as you step in, you will notice that the lovely and peaceful natural environment was beautifully enhanced with the multicolored floral arrangements that FlowerShop818 created for this event. They were simply amazing! Definitely, this was the most perfect scenario to host the event that will conclude the wedding activities. This reception was a rollercoaster of emotions that combined an incredible atmosphere with emotional speeches that made our lovebirds drop a couple of tears of happiness and gratitude. After this emotive moment, the reception transitioned into a party thanks to the amazing talent of Vox DJs. They were major contributors to take this event to the next level and played the perfect melodies to liven up this reception. This was a great reception that we wish didn't have to come to an end, however, you can always be transported back to it, by taking a look at the gallery that we have prepared for you. But before you go, don't forget to take a piece of the delicious cake that SusieCakes prepared for this event. You are going to love it! 

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We hope you have enjoyed this celebration of love! Have a great weekend, and we see you on Monday for more! 

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Hindu Ceremony Venue: Malibu Hindu Temple | Mexican Catholic/Jewish Ceremony Venue: Brookview Ranch | Reception Venue: Brookview Ranch | Planning & Design: Haley Simon Events | Floral & Decor: FlowerShop818 | Catering: LA Roots Catering | DJ: Vox DJs | Cake & Treats: SusieCakes | Cinematography: LaJoy Photography | Tuxedos: TopMan | Photography: Eliza Jane Photography


New Orleans, LA Indian Wedding by Brenda & Tim Sison

Hello, Maharanis! It is great to be back with a new love story for you. Today, we will bring you an insight into the colorful and captivating wedding celebration of our lovely couple Shreya & Neal. For this first installment, we will be joining Shreya at her traditional Mehndi ceremony. As you can tell by the incredible shots taken by Brenda & Tim Sison Photography, Shreya looked ravishing on her dual color lehenga that was draped and tied by Mandap Creations. This breathtaking look was beautifully complemented with the delicate makeup and hairstyle that Glam on Location LLC created for this pre-wedding celebration. This was a fun night full of vibrant colors that evidenced all the skills, talent and expertise of Henna by Mehwish as all the guests witnessed the delicate and beautiful Mehendi design that was carefully applied to our lovely Shreya. And after taking a peek to the final artwork, we are speechless. It is impressive! The color combination, the magical atmosphere, and the smiles created a memorable moment for this pre-wedding ceremony that we are loving so much. So, get ready to take a peek to the full gallery and join us on this love story!

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This colorful pre-wedding ceremony is just the preamble for what is yet to come! Stay close if you don't want to miss any detail of this colorful celebration of love. 

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DJ: Nachle DJ Entertainment | Lighting: Nachle DJ Entertainment | Baraat: Nachle DJ Entertainment | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Crowne Plaza New Orleans Airport Hotel | Sangeet Venue: Crowne Plaza New Orleans Airport Hotel | Planning & Design: The Story Book Events | Floral & Decor: Mandap Creations | Hair & Makeup: Glam on Location LLC | Catering: India's Baton Rouge | Cake & Treats: Chez Pierre French Bakery & Cafe | Cinematography: Montoto Productions | Draping/Styling: Mandap Creations | Mehndi Artist: Henna by Mehwish | Photography: Brenda & Tim Sison Photography


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