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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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West Orange, NJ Indian Wedding by Pivko Photography

Hello, beautiful ladies! Don't miss Akila & Neil's lovely wedding in today's Platinum Guide Blog!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Akila and Neil met in elementary school, when Akila was on the same swim team as Neil’s younger brother. There is an alleged online conversation between Akila and one of her bridesmaids where she confessed that she thought Neil was cute! The two re-connected after college and have been together since. Akila knew that he was the one after one month of dating,

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Neil’s proposal to Akila was sweet and sentimental. He took he out for dinner to the same restaurant they went to on their first date and proposed over pancakes, the same meal they ate on their first date! When they returned home, both of their families were waiting to surprise Akila and celebrate the wonderful news.

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.
The wedding planning was definitely a team effort. After the venue was selected, Akila took control of all of the bridal planning i.e. working with the hair & makeup stylists and outfits for the couple. Neil was the primary liaison between the families and the wedding planner. It is so important to have a good planner. Nitty, from Marigold Wedding Planners, worked very closely with us and helped us with vendor selections and communications, color palettes for the various events, and designed and styled our decor, which was so personalized and reflected our love for each other and what we enjoy.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Neil and Akila agreed that their favorite part of the planning process was the food tasting and sari shopping. Both of these allowed them to showcase their individual tastes. Neil particularly enjoyed picking the entrance music (they walked out into the reception to the Avengers theme!). The wedding also had a lot of special touches that were important to the bride and groom. As avid readers, they based each table theme on their favorite novel and each guest was given a beautiful, customized bookmark at their place setting.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
There are a few things that our guests have brought up to us as their favorite part of the wedding. People have mentioned that the venue was spectacular, their service was amazing, food was so good each night – the caterers did an amazing job. They have also complimented the customization and detailing of the décor. And finally, everyone enjoyed the heartfelt performances from our family and friends who traveled in from all over the world.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Saying our vows to each other...very very special!

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
The words of wisdom that we would pass down to all couples-to-be is that it’s very important to plan together. The bride and groom BOTH have ideas on how to make their day special and work with each vendor, as a couple. Throughout Neil and Akila’s wedding planning, Neil took a major role in planning while Akila was simultaneously studying for the bar exam. As stressful as the planning process is, the most important thing to remember is that you are getting ready to spend the rest of your lives together! If your families have specific requests or preferences, let them! The wedding is an important time for them as well. Don’t stress the little things because at the end, the memories will be better.

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Mehndi Artists: Mehndikalogie | Planning & Design: Marigold Wedding Planners | Floral & Decor: Marigold Wedding Planners | Event Designer: Marigold Wedding Planners | Venue: Pleasantdale Chateau | Catering: Pleasantdale Chateau | DJ: MVP DJs | Cinematography: Pivko Photography | Florist: AVS Flowers | Catering: Amiya Contemporary Indian Cuisine | Photography: Pivko Photography | Floral Design: A Votre Service Events


Rochester Hills, MI Indian Wedding by Killer Creations Photography

Let's get ready to enjoy Annapurna & Madhav's intimate wedding in today's Platinum Guide Blog!

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I had just graduated nursing school, with a world of opportunities at my feet. My sister, Srivi, and I decided to go down to California for a few days to kick back, relax, and celebrate this huge accomplishment. We stayed with some friends and while we were there met various people but didn't think much of it. It was a pretty uneventful trip, and we joked about how crazy it would be if we met the person we were going to marry on that trip. We both thought there was absolutely no way that would happen. Oh how wrong were we. The last day we were there, we met Madhav's parents through some mutual family friends. Soon enough, Madhav and I were introduced and started talking and the rest, as they say, is history.  A few texts every so often turned to daily phone calls and FaceTime dates. Some words exchanged here and there quickly turned into conversations about life, our goals and dreams, plans for the future, our hardships and struggles, our successes, and what makes us who we are today. Every minute I spent with him felt natural and real, like we had known each other our entire lives. We quickly became best friends and realized that we couldn't spend our lives without each other.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
As much as I hate surprises, one thing I have dreamed about since I was 10 years old was my dream surprise proposal. Madhav was planning to come into town to visit, and we had made plans to go see Hamilton in Detroit, since it was one of his all time favorite musicals. What I didn't know was that he was planning to propose that night, and that his sister, brother-in-law, and parents all flew on the same red eye flight as him to be there for the surprise happening later that evening and hid in the airport until after I picked him up to leave. Madhav had made a huge deal about the show, saying we should go full out with getting dressed up, having my hair and nails done, and just getting all decked out for the show. I thought it was fun how excited he was about the whole thing and went along with it because who doesn't love getting dressed up?  We got to the venue and were taking pictures and having a great time. While the show was amazing, Madhav was acting super strange throughout. He would scoot me to walk in front of him so I wasn't directly beside him and wouldn't look at or talk to me during the course of the show. Naturally, I just assumed he was just so mesmerized by the show, even when he was shady and left me alone for a few after the show, which I later found out was to make some calls. What I also didn't realize was that during the show, my sisters and family had ventured to a beautiful local park where they created an ideal scene for the perfect proposal. Usually I like to know the entire plan of the day and was getting antsy that I didn't know what we were doing after the show, but I was attempting to be less uptight about plans and trying to play it cool, even when he randomly suggested that we go to "the park you always went to as a kid" to take some pictures. When we got to the park, I started telling Madhav tons of stories from my childhood that happened in that park, completely oblivious to the fact that he was very clearly not paying attention. As we were walking, he randomly pointed to a tree, which i soon realized was covered in lights and pictures of us throughout our lives. Immediately, I knew what was happening. Madhav made a nice speech and popped the question with a stealthy photographer capturing the whole thing. All parents and siblings joined in to finish the surprise and capped off this special day with a delicious dinner!

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.
Before COVID-19 hit, I had pretty much our entire wedding planned by the beginning of 2020. I love weddings and knew pretty much exactly what I wanted my wedding to look like and which vendors I wanted to go with well before Madhav even proposed. Because it was important to us to have a pretty traditional and religious wedding ceremony, both of our parents were able to help communicate with the temple facilities and the priest in making that all possible. I had been following the Indian wedding circuit in the Metro Detroit area for a while now so when it came time to book hair, make up, photography, etc., I basically knew exactly who and what I wanted so I had most of our vendors booked within a few weeks after we got engaged. Booking all these venues and vendors early on in the wedding planning process eased a lot of my stress as we moved forward. All our vendors were incredible in being flexible and helping us make our day incredible, especially with the date changes and uncertainty that COVID-19 brought with it. If it weren't for these amazing vendors, our day wouldn't have been as wonderful as it was.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
We chose to have a traditional Hindu Telugu wedding ceremony, and so I relied on my parents and in- laws a lot for help picking the clothes I would wear for all the traditional ceremonies. My mom and I met my in-laws in India, and we traveled to Kanchi, where I ended up picking the sari I wore for the first half of our wedding. Before COVID, I had found the most beautiful purple lengha in Hyderabad but it was too grand for the backyard reception we ended up having because of COVID. So I decided to wear this elegant periwinkle chikaankari lengha that I got stitched in India with the help of my cousin.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Although COVID-19 significantly altered our original plans of big venues with large crowds, with the amazing help of our closest family and friends, we were able to share something really special. Being able to turn my childhood home into a dream backyard wedding venue was incredible. We shared so many laughs and DIY moments together, and these are memories I'll carry with me for the rest of my life.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
We recognize that any sort of gathering in 2020 raises eyebrows and I think the one thing that guests loved about our wedding was the care we took in making sure everyone was able to stay safe. We had a temperature screening station where all guests had to be screened for COVID symptoms prior to entering the events, provided masks for all our guests, had hand sanitizer stations everywhere, placed chairs at safe distances from each other, and had CDC guidelines posted throughout the wedding. Also, because of COVID-19 guidelines, we had a more intimate, outdoor wedding that guests said they loved.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The two moments that still constantly play in my head are when I was carried to the madapam by my maternal uncles while sitting in a basket. It was such a cool feeling being surrounded by so many of my favorite people who I had known my entire life. The other moment was when the curtain separating Madhav and I was lifted and we got to see each other for the first time during the muhurtham. It was so surreal seeing each other and knowing we were going to be together 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.
The theme for all the wedding events was simple but elegant, as all the events took place at my parents home. For the pre-wedding ceremonies that were more religious based, we tried to keep the decoration and outfits as traditional as possible. The decorations for our backyard reception were simple, with fairy lights illuminating all the trees and connecting the different tents spread out together. While our mandapam was rented and assembled by the kind folks at Marigold Weddings, the remainder of the decorations were a labor of love from close family and friends.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
In a world where everything is changing, sometimes you don't need a huge wedding with hundreds of people for your event to be special. Find the things that are most important to you and your fiance and focus your energy on that. No matter what, the day will always be special because it's your day. So try to find joy in all aspects of making it happen.

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
Because COVID-19 prevented so many of our closest friends and families from attending, we livestreamed all our events so those who were not able to attend in person could be a part of our celebrations from the safety of their homes.

 

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Photography: Killer Creations Photography and Cinematography | Cinematography: Killer Creations Photography and Cinematography | DJ: Naveen Productions - DJ, Lighting, Entertainment and Photo Booth | Lighting: Naveen Productions - DJ, Lighting, Entertainment and Photo Booth | Floral & Decor: Marigold Wedding Planners | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Bride's Home | Ceremony & Reception Decor: Homemade by Family & Friends | Wedding Hair: Sandhya Sree Athmakuri | Wedding & Reception Makeup: Makeup By JHobby | Catering: Olive Garden Catering | Cake & Treats: The Home Bakery | Mehndi Artist: Henna Beauty by Krupa


Sydney, Australia Indian Fusion Wedding by Alan Khan Photography

Hello, ladies! Get ready to enjoy Priyanka & Sulabh's fusion wedding in today's Platinum Guide Blog!

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Hair & Makeup: Apoorva Bridal | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Miramare Gardens | Floral & Decor: Decore Shaan by Neeta Tanna | Catering: Urban Tadka | Cinematography: Alan Khan Photography | Event Designer: Decore Shaan by Neeta Tanna | Mehndi Artist: Henna by Hura | Transportation: Sydney Parminder Taxi | Photography: Alan Khan Photography


Kirkland, WA Indian Wedding by VanWeddings Inc

Good morning, Maharanis! We missed you so much during the weekend, but thankfully it is Monday again, and we are glad to have you back as we were dying to share a new charming wedding celebration with you! Today's magical love story follows the romantic journey through Sowmya & Nimesh's wedding bliss. And all we have to say is that this fabulous celebration is what all Mharanis dream about. So let's not wait any longer and jump right into it. From the colorful and fun-loving Sangeet celebrated at The Westin Bellevue to the magical reception party at The Golf Club at Newcastle, where all guests enjoyed a delicious cake baked by Crème de la Crème, everything was perfect beyond words! But there is no surprise here as Occasions Wedding and Event Planning was the mastermind behind all the planning and execution of this incredible event. And you know that anytime this talented and highly experienced team is present, there is nothing else but perfection delivered, and this time was no exception! Thankfully the good friends from VanWeddings Inc. were there to capture all the beauty and amazingness surrounding this wedding affair as words are not enough to describe how breathtaking everything was. One of our favorite moments of the entire wedding bash was the outdoor ceremony hosted at the Woodmark Hotel and Spa. The surroundings of this wedding venue, combined with the spectacular decor crafted by Aria Style, became the perfect backdrop for Sowmya & Nimesh to tie the knot. And if you thought that the decor and the entire scenery was already beautiful, wait to see the bewitching look of our gorgeous Maharani! She walked down the aisle to meet the love of her life, wearing a gorgeous dual-tone lengha and looking like a beauty vision after being pampered by Salon Maison. The sleek hairstyle and the nude makeup combined with the Mehndi art designed by Rinis Henna praised Sowmya's natural beauty, endowing her with so much elegance and traditional flair that Raja Nimesh couldn't take his eyes off of her, and neither do we! Hands down, this was the dreamy wedding ceremony Sowmya & Nimesh always wanted. And what better way to immortalize it than having the best artists like Impressions Live Art and Catalina Garreton creating a live painting of your special day! If you want to take a closer look at this dazzling wedding celebration, don't miss the full gallery that we have prepared for today. We are sure you are going to love every bit of it, not to mention that you will take tons of inspiring ideas.

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What a great way to start this new week, isn't it ladies? Remember that we have new stories every day, so don't forget to join us tomorrow for more!

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Planning & Design: Occasions Wedding and Event Planning | Venues: The Golf Club at Newcastle | Sangeet Venue: The Westin Bellevue | Ceremony Venue: Woodmark Hotel and Spa | Floral & Decor: Aria Style | Hair & Makeup: Salon Maison | Catering (Wedding Lunch and Cocktail Hour): The Spice Route | DJ: Braden Landon | Baraat: Rock the Dohl | Cake & Treats: Crème de la Crème | Cinematography: VanWeddings Inc. | Lighting: Braden Landon | Mehndi Artist: Rinis Henna | Photo Booth: 1000 Words Events | Rentals: Aria Style | Live Artis: Catalina Garreton | Live Artist: Impressions Live Art | Photography: VanWeddings Inc.


Glenwood, Australia Sikh Wedding by Rolling Canvas

Happy Friday, Maharanis! We've arrived at the end of this fabulous week, and as always, we have a sweet and charming story for you. So, get yourselves prepared because we are about to take you on a visual journey to Glenwood, Australia. Yes, you heard right: Australia! Today, we have the pleasure to present the jaw-dropping scenes captured by Rolling Canvas during Rustam & Harustat's big wedding celebration. And believe us, you are going to love every bit of this fabulous event! The wedding day arrived, and these lovebirds were so excited to achieve this life milestone that they wanted to immortalize every moment of this day, so they headed over to the Curzon Hall by Navarra Venue to snap some shots right before the wedding ceremony. And oh boy, every image is a visual delight!. After this initial photoshoot, it was time to carry on with the wedding ceremony hosted inside the halls of the Gurdwara Sahib Glenwood. As soon as the guests stepped into the interiors of this venue, they were immediately amazed by the fabulous decor crafted by Shagun Events and the gorgeous floral arrangements put together by Anna Wang. It was a winning combination that delivered nothing but utter perfection! And we want to give a big shoutout to Rustam & Harustat as they were the masterminds behind the planning and execution of this spectacular event. They took the vision of their dreamed wedding and made it a reality. How amazing is that! And talking about amazingness, let's take a moment to admire the fashion and jewelry choices selected by our gorgeous Maharani. She trusted her beauty needs to Sana Hair & Makeup, while Rimple and Harpreet Narula Couture took her fashion needs care. And my gosh, we loved the final result! To crown this traditional look, she got dazzling pieces of jewelry from Jagdish Jewellers and LeFleur Jewels, adding an extra touch of flair to her look. And let's not forget about the gorgeous Mehndi designed by Arora Mehndi. Simply amazing! If you can't get enough of this lovely couple, don't miss today's full gallery!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
This tale begins around two years ago when the couple first exchanged a harmless follow on Instagram. Seeing the sweet, sensible and cultured photos on Harustat’s page, Rustam knew she was the perfect type of girl for him. He also knew a direct approach would get him nowhere so he started a conversation about Harustat’s dog Rex, a topic he knew would spark some good conversation. Talking about this special pupper lead to a conversation about various topics whereby they discovered this casual conversation could actually lead somewhere.

Upon discussing this with family, a first meeting was set and Rustam boarded the next flight to Adelaide. Butterflies flying around in the stomach and goosebumps everywhere, they approached each other in person for the first time. Spending some quality time with one another and Harustat’s family in the peaceful city of Adelaide, the couple realised their intuition was correct, and their relationship progressed to the next step.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
After careful and coordinated research (and the assistance from both sides of the family), Rustam planned the perfect proposal for Harustat. Many factors had to align to create the perfectly envisioned proposal, including weather, availability of the helicopter operator, cameraman and cinematographer, all whilst keeping Harustat completely unaware. Three days of torrential rain forced Rustam to make multiple conference calls to the vendors to reschedule this grand event. After countless reschedules, the special day arrived where all vendors worked in perfect harmony to create a magical surprise proposal.

Harustat was blindfolded and told she would see some wonderful native wildlife on a secret mountain. She was told the helicopter was being shared with the cameraman and cinematographer as this was the only flight available due to the nonstop rain. Being an avid wildlife lover, she believed every bit of it and was more than ready to pat some baby animals.

Upon landing, Rustam placed her down in amongst a heart of rose petals on the lush green grass on the mountainous terrain in Queenstown, New Zealand. When she opened her eyes, to her surprise, was her man down on one knee asking for her hand in marriage. In complete awe and excitement, a ‘YES’ was proclaimed from Harustat and a sigh of relief was achieved after many days of tormenting confusion as to why her partner was constantly on the phone when they were supposed to be on their holiday together.

This auspicious occasion was topped off with a champagne celebration and drive home from Glenorchy to Queenstown. Following this, the wedding was officially on and the couple commenced the tedious and stress-inducing wedding preparation procedure.

Ring: Affinity Diamonds Sydney
Photos by: Fallon Photography
Cinematography by: Eureka Films
Helicopter: Heli Glenorchy

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 planned every detail considering the wants and desires from both sides. Our overall experience was very good however also quite stressful. As we are both very meticulous people, getting everything perfectly right took a lot of effort. The whole process was a rollercoaster ride however we were more than happy with the end result.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I visited many large bridal showrooms all over Delhi and Punjab to find my perfect lengha but opted for Rimple and Harpreet. I had a royal vintage Punjabi heritage theme in mind, inspired by my grandparents wedding outfits and the Maharaja era.

Growing up in western countries and having mostly caucasian friends, I always wanted a white wedding dress but due to differences in both cultures I had grown up with, I decided to incorporate something that would reflect both my Punjabi Sikh heritage and western culture brought up. Therefore I knew my base colour of the lengha had to be ivory/white with intricate colourful details and designs that connected me back to my roots.

I felt that only Rimple and Harpreet were the perfect designers to help deliver my vision into reality after seeing their clothing on instagram reflected Punjabi culture exactly how I envisioned it. After several discussions with Rimple and her design team we created a lengha that was unique and executed who I was and my vision perfectly highlighting all aspects I had in mind. I went in with a colour palette of royal blue, rustic orange and maroons with some sort of green tone.

My lengha describes who I am and has many heritage elements to it. It also incorporates my love for animals and flowers through the multiple peacocks, deers and native birds of Punjab embroidered amongst florals and abstract patterns. It took many months for the design to take shape but the end result was 100% better than imagined!

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part would definitely be 'agreeing on things'. We shared different opinions on many things and were both adamant on ensuring perfection in every aspect of the wedding. These differing opinions did make decision making challenging, so when we did agree on something straight away, it made that aspect MUCH easier!

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
From what we heard, our guests absolutely loved the traditional aspect of the wedding. In fact, we had many guests from India shocked to see so much tradition come back in front of their eyes, aspects which they had not seen in Sikh Punjabi weddings in India too! They also loved our wedding outfits and the attention to detail we had for all the decorations.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Walking down the aisle, the first look we shared and completing the final 'Laav' were definitely memories that will forever be cherished.

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.
The Engagement Ceremony - The theme of the engagement was floral/garden fairy tale based on the venue

Venue: Garden Ball Room at Oatlands House, Navara Venues
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Florals: Anna Wang
Cake/Cookies: Copper Fork Cakes
Photography/Cinematography: Rolling Canvas Presentations

The Sangeet Ceremony - The theme of the sangeet was Punjabi folk

Venue: The Lemnos Club by Clarence House
Florals: Anna Wang
Indian Décor: Shagun Events
Photography/Cinematography: Rolling Canvas Presentations

The Wedding Ceremony - The theme of the wedding was Sikh Royal Heritage

Venue: Gurudwara Sahib Glenwood, Sydney and Curzon Hall – Navara Venues for the photoshoot
Photography/Cinematography: Rolling Canvas Presentations

Post Wedding Photoshoot - The couple’s post wedding photoshoot was inspired by the 2008 superhit film, Jodhaa Akbar. To make that vision come to life, they travelled to various destinations in Jaipur, including the Nahargarh Fort, Jal Mahal, Jantar Mantar and Churu Desert.

Photography/Cinematography: Paran Singh Photography Amritsar

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Take everything one step at a time and enjoy every moment you have (whether stressful or not) as this time will never come back again! There will be many emotions running all around the place so try not to get too caught up in them and remember it will work out in the end!

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
All other details have been provided in the wedding blog we sent but feel free to ask us anything specific you want after looking at the photos! Thank you once again for selecting us to be featured, it honestly means the world!

What a great way to end this week with a flourish, isn't it ladies? Make sure to join us on Monday for more. We have new stories every day!

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Engagement Venue: Oatlands House by Navarra Venues | Sangeet Venue: The Lemnos by Clarence House | Ceremony Venue: Gurdwara Sahib Glenwood | Wedding Day Photoshoot Venue: Curzon Hall by Navarra Venue | Planning & Design: Bride and Groom | Florals: Anna Wang | Indian Decorations: Shagun Events | Hair & Makeup: Sana Hair & Makeup | Catering: Urban Tadka | DJ: Dj Vinny | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: Ministry of Bhangra Sydney | Bridal Fashion (Wedding): Rimple and Harpreet Narula Couture | Bridal Fashion (Engagement): Asiana Couture | Bridal Jewelry: Jagdish Jewellers | Engagement Ring: Affinity Diamonds | Bridal Hair Jewelry: LeFleur Jewels | Cake & Treats: Copper Fork Cakes | Cinematography for Engagement / Sangeet / Wedding: Rolling Canvas | Cinematography for Post-Wedding Shoot: Paran Singh Photography | Cinematography for Proposal: Eureka Films | Mehndi Artist: Arora Mehndi | Photography for Engagement / Sangeet / Wedding: Rolling Canvas | Photography for Post-Wedding Shoot: Paran Singh Photography | Photography for Proposal: Fallon Photography


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