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Studio City, CA Fusion Indian Wedding by Lin & Jirsa Photography

I am finally winding down with the grand finale event with Maharani Ishita and Andrew's fusion Indian wedding. The bride and groom wanted to celebrate both backgrounds so it was only natural that a fusion wedding would be appropriate. Industry expert Vidhi Kshatriya of The Marigold Company was brought on to plan the Desi celebration of the couple's dreams. To ensure that the night truly was unforgettable, the bride enlisted OscarMakeup too doll her up for the big hurrah. A blush pink anarkali was the choice of the gown for the night and of course, glowing skin and dewy lips are two elements on a bride that will never go out of style. The bride lit up the dance floor as she and her brand new hubby took to their first dance with Synx Events on the turntables. The auspicious ballroom at the Sportsmen Lodge was transformed into a romantic haven and the night was forever memorialized with all the snaps guests took in the photo booth from The Marigold Company. Guests couldn't wait to dine on the mouthwatering Indian food that was handcrafted by Natraj Catering and Restaurants. For all the Indian fusion wedding memories you can handle from this amazing affair, head into the complete gallery captured by Lin & Jirsa Photography

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See you tomorrow, loves! 

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Planning & Design: The Marigold Company | Photo Booths: The Marigold Company | Catering: Natraj Catering and Restaurants | Cinematography: Lin & Jirsa Photography | DJ: Synx Events | Floral and Decor: Synx Events | Hair and Makeup: OscarMakeup | Lighting: Synx Events | Photographer: Lin & Jirsa Photography | Priest: Vitur | Venue: Sportsmen Lodge |


Studio City, CA Fusion Indian Wedding by Lin & Jirsa Photography

Happy Monday Maharanis! Today, I have an enchanting trifecta wedding celebration that will melt your heart! From the fashion lenghas, to the impeccable décor, right down to the sizzling love between Maharani Ishita and Andrew, I cannot wait to dish out the deets! This carefully planned fusion wedding celebration planned and designed by Vidhi Kshatriya of The Marigold Company was a cornucopia of fun! Not a single detail was spared as you will soon come to find! The couple ensured that their fusion Indian wedding celebration was dripping with exquisite class. Here at the Maharani Weddings headquarters, we have an eye for mandaps and the open ceiling mandap with fresh floral designed by Synx Events was one that won’t soon be forgotten. A whimsical chandelier was placed inside of the mandap adding that sophisticated touch. Guests were treated with a delectable cuisine by Natraj Catering & Restaurants. The event ended with cheers and applause congratulating the new couple! I have all the photos from the Indian wedding ceremony in our gallery shot by Lin & Jirsa Photography

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One last stop for the reception! 

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Planning & Design: The Marigold Company | Photo Booths: The Marigold Company | Catering: Natraj Catering and Restaurants | Cinematography: Lin & Jirsa Photography | DJ: Synx Events | Floral and Decor: Synx Events | Hair and Makeup: OscarMakeup | Lighting: Synx Events | Photographer: Lin & Jirsa Photography | Priest: Vitur | Venue: Sportsmen Lodge |


Studio City, CA Fusion Indian Wedding by Lin & Jirsa Photography

Hey there Maharanis! Today I celebrate the auspicious union of Ishita and Andrew in one of my favorite cities. However, I think the entertainment capital of the world wasn't even ready for all the fusion love that is about to grace your screens. The couple wanted to ensure that both of their backgrounds were represented in their union and these photos by Lin & Jirsa Photography captured the love between the two perfectly. The bride was a classic beauty for her big day with glowing eyes and bold, crimson red lips garnished by OscarMakeup. Ishita donned an enchanting red and gold lengha. I especially loved this designer piece because of the frothy skirt and the gathered tulle. Truly a one of a kind designer piece! Vidhi Kshatriya of The Marigold Company orchestrated the planning and design of this celebrated event. A fantastic job was put into ensuring that the wedding was a unique blend of cultures and traditions to make Andrew really comfortable with the setting. Head into the gallery that is just brimming with love. 

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Make sure you make a return as we dish out the details of the Indian wedding ceremony coming right up! And, with Natraj Catering and Restaurants dishing out the eats, you are sure to some happy faces! 

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Planning & Design: The Marigold Company | Catering: Natraj Catering and Restaurants | Cinematography: Lin & Jirsa Photography | DJ: Synx Events | Floral and Decor: Synx Events | Hair and Makeup: OscarMakeup | Lighting: Synx Events | Photobooth: The Marigold Company | Photographer: Lin & Jirsa Photography | Priest: Vitur | Venue: Sportsmen Lodge |


Linthicum Heights, MD Indian Fusion Wedding by Mari Harsan Studios

Beverly and Prasad really pulled-off a marvelous celebration to honor their big day and for that specific purpose, these two recruited the brilliant Drew Vanlandingham whose team not only supervised each detail but also created a magical ambiance with a creative set of lights! The Westin Baltimore Washington Airport's versatility allowed the newlyweds to go back indoors to enjoy their fabulous evening reception!. Lush floral centerpieces, as well as majestic candelabras, bedecked each table along with the splendid five-tier wedding cake that Artistic Desserts elaborated for the occasion and really wowed every guest as they enter the ballroom! Monica Shah added the energetic excitement to the reception and provided the perfect song for Beverly and Prasad’s first dance. Mari Harsan Studios captured the lovebirds swaying at the dance floor while Paradise Indian Cuisine prepared to serve the incredibly exquisite variety of authentic Indian food! Discovery why this amazing soiree is one no one will soon forget in our full gallery!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We met through our mutual hobby: sports cars
I knew he was the one because he's exactly like my baby brother, so patient, calm and respectful.  He helped me through a tough time and I couldn't have done it without him.  As a friend, he was so supportive-- I knew I needed to snag him up!!! :)
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
He set up this elaborate plan to go visit all the museums in DC together. It was a beautiful day and I went to get dressed that morning with a baseball cap, sneakers, and a t-shirt-- full tourist mode.  He dressed up in a button down shirt and dress shoes-- odd......
He persuaded me to change into something a little fancier so we can go to dinner somewhere nice.  My suspicions were up!
 
We went to the botanical gardens and he popped the question in the rose garden :)
By the time I called all my close friends and family, they had already known and they were waiting to meet us for lunch and dinner.  They're all a bunch of tricksters!!!   
 
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.
Wedding planning was an experience!  I'd say the hardest part was creating a fusion wedding between our expectations for an American wedding (white dress, officiant, etc), Chinese wedding (my background), and Hindu ceremony (Husband's parents).  Balancing the parents' expectations with what we ultimately wanted was the biggest challenge.  A challenge which was greatly reduced with the help of our wedding planner.  He was the perfect balance because there is a lot of pressure on me to make a good impression on my husband's parents and make them happy.  But at the same time, my husband and I were raised in America, so we always picture the white dress and a big fancy wedding cake.  Our wedding planner was able to tastefully incorporate everything and break the tension.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My mother in law made my saree in India for me.  I told her my favorite colors and she did a great job picking it out. It was beautiful!!!
My white wedding dress was selected by my maid of honor and mom.  It was very fairytale which is what I wanted because I wanted it to be drastically different from the Indian attire.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The best part was that I found out that I'm extremely lucky to have my husband.  I mean, I knew he was awesome, but omg he is SO STINKING AWESOME! He had my back 100% of the time.  He didn't make a single decision without talking to me and we were an awesome team.  He is always looking out for my best interest and no one else's, it's such an amazing feeling to know there is someone on this earth who cares so much about how I feel and what I want.  What are the chances that we found each other, right?!?!
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Many of our American friends have never been to a Hindu ceremony before, they had a lot of fun!  They all took turns throwing rice and flowers at us, so it was very interactive and there is no way I would have allowed that in any other setting!
I also think all the guests got to experience two different settings. We had our Hindu ceremony inside on the mandap, and then our American ceremony outside on the lawn.  It gave it two very dynamic experiences.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Seeing Prasad in his Indian get up!  He looks like a sparkling Aladdin!  (sorry is politically incorrect?)  But he was all fancy and looked so handsome!  
 
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.
I loved the mandap, the flowers were beautiful, and the cake was DELICIOUS!
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
JUST BE HAPPY! The day is about you and your husband, you can't control everything.  
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
My knock out vendors were my planner, cake, makeup artist and photographer, they nailed it!
 
See you ladies on Monday!

Don't forget to meet our newest Platinum Guide members!
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DJ: Planet DJ Productions | Venues: The Westin Baltimore Washington Airport | Planning & Design: Drew Vanlandingham | Floral & Decor: Sheila Smith | Hair & Makeup: Samantha Trionfo and Danelcy | Catering: Paradise Indian Cuisine | Bridal Fashions: Brides and Grooms | Bridal Jewelry: May Jewelers | Cake & Treats: Artistic Desserts | Draping/Styling: Drew Vanlandingham | Lightning: Drew Vanlandingham | Photography: Mari Harsan Studios |


Linthicum Heights, MD Indian Fusion Wedding by Mari Harsan Studios

After honoring Prasad's faith and culture, the lovebirds held an American ceremony in the dreamy outdoor lawn space of The Westin Baltimore Washington Airport. Before the "I do’s", the couple grabbed the leash of their beloved pooch who joined the wedding fun posing for a picture-perfect moment. The bride and groom’s jaw-dropping style was also captured by Mari Harsan Studios, this time our lovely bride Beverly slipped into a spectacular white gown, while Prasad changed his traditional Sherwani for a classic suit and finished off the look with a lovely white bow tie. The genius behind the coordination and planning of all the festivities was the renowned Drew Vanlandingham, who executed a wonderful job paying attention to each detail and helping the newlyweds enjoy their special day. The western ceremony took place under a steel arch that Sheila Smith and her team decorated following the first ceremony theme, pink hues, and florals! How adorable! Go straight ahead to our gallery for more inspiring images.

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We met through our mutual hobby: sports cars
I knew he was the one because he's exactly like my baby brother, so patient, calm and respectful.  He helped me through a tough time and I couldn't have done it without him.  As a friend, he was so supportive-- I knew I needed to snag him up!!! :)
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
He set up this elaborate plan to go visit all the museums in DC together. It was a beautiful day and I went to get dressed that morning with a baseball cap, sneakers, and a t-shirt-- full tourist mode.  He dressed up in a button down shirt and dress shoes-- odd......
He persuaded me to change into something a little fancier so we can go to dinner somewhere nice.  My suspicions were up!
 
We went to the botanical gardens and he popped the question in the rose garden :)
By the time I called all my close friends and family, they had already known and they were waiting to meet us for lunch and dinner.  They're all a bunch of tricksters!!!   
 
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.
Wedding planning was an experience!  I'd say the hardest part was creating a fusion wedding between our expectations for an American wedding (white dress, officiant, etc), Chinese wedding (my background), and Hindu ceremony (Husband's parents).  Balancing the parents' expectations with what we ultimately wanted was the biggest challenge.  A challenge which was greatly reduced with the help of our wedding planner.  He was the perfect balance because there is a lot of pressure on me to make a good impression on my husband's parents and make them happy.  But at the same time, my husband and I were raised in America, so we always picture the white dress and a big fancy wedding cake.  Our wedding planner was able to tastefully incorporate everything and break the tension.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My mother in law made my saree in India for me.  I told her my favorite colors and she did a great job picking it out. It was beautiful!!!
My white wedding dress was selected by my maid of honor and mom.  It was very fairytale which is what I wanted because I wanted it to be drastically different from the Indian attire.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The best part was that I found out that I'm extremely lucky to have my husband.  I mean, I knew he was awesome, but omg he is SO STINKING AWESOME! He had my back 100% of the time.  He didn't make a single decision without talking to me and we were an awesome team.  He is always looking out for my best interest and no one else's, it's such an amazing feeling to know there is someone on this earth who cares so much about how I feel and what I want.  What are the chances that we found each other, right?!?!
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Many of our American friends have never been to a Hindu ceremony before, they had a lot of fun!  They all took turns throwing rice and flowers at us, so it was very interactive and there is no way I would have allowed that in any other setting!
I also think all the guests got to experience two different settings. We had our Hindu ceremony inside on the mandap, and then our American ceremony outside on the lawn.  It gave it two very dynamic experiences.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Seeing Prasad in his Indian get up!  He looks like a sparkling Aladdin!  (sorry is politically incorrect?)  But he was all fancy and looked so handsome!  
 
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.
I loved the mandap, the flowers were beautiful, and the cake was DELICIOUS!
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
JUST BE HAPPY! The day is about you and your husband, you can't control everything.  
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
My knock out vendors were my planner, cake, makeup artist and photographer, they nailed it!
 

After two adorable ceremonies, it’s of course time to hit the dance floor! Don’t forget to come back! 

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DJ: Planet DJ Productions | Venues: The Westin Baltimore Washington Airport | Planning & Design: Drew Vanlandingham | Floral & Decor: Sheila Smith | Hair & Makeup: Samantha Trionfo and Danelcy | Catering: Paradise Indian Cuisine | Bridal Fashions: Brides and Grooms | Bridal Jewelry: May Jewelers | Cake & Treats: Artistic Desserts | Draping/Styling: Drew Vanlandingham | Lightning: Drew Vanlandingham | Photography: Mari Harsan Studios |


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