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Welcome to Maharani Weddings

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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Baltimore, MD Indian Wedding by HnM Photoz

Welcome back, ladies! Today we unveil the wonderful union of Kalgi and Hemant. Like many other couples last year, Kalgi and Hemant decided to change their big celebration to an intimate backyard wedding instead, and it worked in their favor! Every guest present is part of their closest family and friends circle and witnessed the intimate occasion captured by HnM Photoz. The professional wedding photographer tells the full story of the day. Starting with the lovely Kalgi being dolled up by SKS Salon's beauty squad to the romantic first look and charming ceremony. This gorgeous Maharani looked stunning as she opted for a ravishing pink lehenga also perfectly draped by the great SKS Salon team. Our handsome groom Hemant also took the style bar to a new level with a fabulous sherwani from Chirag Shah Studio. What a stylish duo! Yaadeinweddings transformed the backyard space into a romantic venue for the traditional ceremony. The decorators built a  dreamy draped mandap with pink florals that added a touch of pop color! This warm-weather wedding included a Kona Ice truck, who delighted all guests after the ceremony a colorful variety of ice cream flavors. Proving one more time that ice creams are not just for kids. Finally Kalgi & Hemant decided to leave a long-lasting impression riding a luxury car from Go Exotics that put the icing on their perfect day. Don't miss any candid snap and portrait of this intimate affair, and visit our today's gallery!

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What a great way to end our week! See you on Monday.

 
 
 
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Floral & Decor: Yaadeinweddings | Hair & Makeup: SKS Salon | Catering: Bombay Nights | Bridal Fashions: Frenyzcouture | Cinematography: Yoursvideo Production | Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling: SKS Salon | Mehndi Artist: Krupa Thakkar | Transportation: Go Exotics | Groom Fashion: Chirag Shah Studio | Snowball/Ice Cream Truck: Kona Ice | Photography: HnM Photoz


Oak Brook, IL Styled Shoot by Jermaine Horton Photography

We are happy to bring some mid-week wedding inspiration, Maharanis! Madison Elyse Events planned the prettiest styled wedding shoot, and the results are just amazing! The creative event designer's original vision was developed inside the fascinating Drury Lane Theatre. Here, the intricate décor setups by One Look Events, the linens to the three tier cake designed by Delish Cakes served to bring that designer's vision to life. This inspiring ambiance will help your imagination run wild and boost your inspiration to create your own version of this lovely wedding theme! We also have the first look photoshoot, captured by the talented Jermaine Horton Photography. Peruse through the styled snaps; I guarantee you every image will offer a wealth of ideas for hair, makeup, and mehndi for any bride-to-be. In case you are wondering, Mygrcreations provided the stylish bridal look; what a great elegance and beauty combo. Make sure to take a look at this magical Hindu wedding inspiration gallery that is glittering gold!

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More endless possibilities behind the best Indian wedding celebrations,tomorro! Make sure to take a look.

 
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Photography: Jermaine Horton Photography | Model: Sanya Ali | Model: Sriram Parthasarathy | Best Man Model: Hiren Topiwala | Grom Attire: Saris and Things | Venue: Drury Lane Theatre | Planner of Stylized Shoot: Madison Elyse Events | Designer: Madison Elyse Events | Floral & Decor: One Look Events | Hair & Makeup: Mygrcreations | DJ: Hiren Topiwala | Bridal Fashions: House of Faiza | Cake & Treats: Delish Cakes | Event Designer: Madison Elyse Events - Qiana Turner | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Vivid Designs | Mehndi Artist: Mygrcreations | Rentals: Ganesha - Rangoli Decor | Specialty Tables / Chairs & Candelabra: Platinum Affairs Rentals | Baraat Horse: Maharaja Farms


Cherry Hill, NJ Indian Fusion Wedding by Fine Art Productions

Hello there, ladies! Get ready to enjoy Sejal & Ravi's fusion wedding in today's Platinum Guide Blog!

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Planning & Design: Wedding Elegance NYC | Hair & Makeup: DipBeauty.MUA | Mehndi Artists: Henna by Jinal | DJ: Powerhouse DJs | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Cherry Hill Crowne Plaza | Floral & Decor: Mandaps by Dhoom | Catering: Gagan Palace | Bridal Fashions: Maharani Fashions | Bridal Jewelry: Diva Creations | Cake & Treats: Classic Cakes | Cinematography: Fine Art Productions | Photo Booth: Mini Booths | Wedding Signs: Raji George | Photography: Fine Art Productions


Pennsauken, NJ Indian Fusion Wedding by Deepak Patel

Happy Monday, ladies! We are excited to start this new week by sharing Aarya & Vishesh's love story with you. And get ready, because these lovebirds' wedding packs tons of inspiring ideas and fairy tale finery to admire. So without further ado, let's jump right into it! Held at The Regal Banquets Hall, this wedding celebration overflowed with beauty, charm, and above all, lots of love! For this long-awaited day, both our lovebirds looked elegant and fashionably! However, it was our gorgeous Aarya who stole the night! She looked breathtaking in her traditional purple lengha with golden embroidery, designed by the all-famous Sabyasachi. Bride's mom, Munira Mehta, complemented this head-turning attire with a sleek hairstyle and a glamorous makeup that combined to perfection with the artistic Mehndi designed by Rati Lilani! The cherry on top of this awe-inspiring look was the dazzling jewelry from Tyaani Fine Jewellery's collection, and oh boy, every accessory was exquisite. The final result: A dreamy look that exceeded all expectations! Hands down, this was the wedding Vishesh & Aarya always imagined. And thanks to the remarkable work of Deepak Patel, we get to enjoy this magnificent ceremony just as if we were there. Ladies, if you can't get enough of this wedding, head into our full gallery for more details that will surely make your heart melt with tenderness and joy.

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I met him through a common friend and he added me on Facebook. Vishesh was trying to play the cupid, but things turned around and we started talking a lot more. It was long distance - I was in America and he was in Mumbai, India. There was no intention of dating because we are two very different people - he's the mischievous one and I'm calmer. But as they say, destiny played its role. It all started with phone calls, skype (Trust me, I have ditched him so many times initially), BBM (old school days) before we had what's app calls, etc. I think it was 2012 Valentines Day, he bought me a rose on skype and we video called for 6-7 hours that's when we knew we liked each other and realized we are dating. I saw him for the first time in April 2012 and we've never looked back. We'd meet every 4-5 months - but we never questioned each other if it was worth it, we knew it was! 2 years ago he moved to the States for his Master's degree and I moved to medical school but the 4-hour flights are better than the 16-hour ones. Its been 8.5 years of togetherness, and we've never been so sure of something and decided to get married. So it took a friend request, 8 years of long-distance, virtual dates, and a strong belief in our love to be where we are today.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We used to talk a lot, became friends, and realized we are dating each other. We've traveled a lot together including visiting the most romantic place in this world - Paris and he still hasn't proposed, but there's no way he's getting out of this - I'm still waiting for it and it's got to be fondue-levels of cheesiness!. 
 
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 had about 3 months roughly in our hands to plan the entire wedding and choose the vendors. I have my little puppy and wanted to make sure he was allowed at the venue. After a lot of research, we found Regal Banquets, NJ that allowed my puppy inside the venue. Since it was a fusion wedding, we went with the western formal theme of dresses and suits. My mom is a professional hair & makeup artist so I knew I wanted her to do my hair and make-up. My outfit was picked from India and his outfit was from Hugo Boss and Burberry. We decided for the Dholi at the last minute and luckily he was available. My husband didn't want a layered cake so we went with three different flavored cakes - chocolate, pineapple, carrot set next to each other. I knew the DJ beforehand from my other parties, and he knew the taste of music we had and stuck to it. My aunt officiated our wedding, which made it special. It was all my parents and my husband who finalized everything for the D-Day because I was in medical school. All in all I would say, we were happy and thankful to the vendors for helping us get through the day. 
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I was in medical school and couldn't go to India so my parents and aunt went to Mumbai, India to shop for the wedding dress. As a child, I always wanted a Sabyasachi outfit. Since this was a fusion wedding, I decided to go the non-traditional way and opt for a gown with a long trail and veil. I was definitely hesitant to go with the purple color because it's not often you see this on brides, but after a lot of convincing, I chose the deep purple color. I saw the outfits over FaceTime and trusted my mom and aunt for sizing and other minor details. 
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
With limited time in hand and me not being around, we had to do everything quickly, but the most lovable part was disclosing the wedding announcements to our family and friends.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
We had the dholi at the wedding to which people danced. He entertained all the guests and to a point everyone was on the dance floor. 
 
Was there a really special moment at your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Unlike most Indian weddings, we decided to have a small fusion wedding with 50 people for now with just our close friends and family who flew from different destinations. It made the ceremony more special and meaningful and we got to spend time and enjoy with our loved ones. We danced on the song Raabta, which is our song from our dating days. 
 
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.
A day before the ceremony we had a Couple's Shower and Mehendi at my parent's backyard. It was a Hawaiian theme so we decorated everything with leaves, shacks, and coconuts. The guests were in summer floral shirts and dresses. Vishesh and I opted to wear something indowestern to stand out in the crowd. I opted for floral jewelry to go with my outfit. We had games, dancing, cake cutting, and live BBQ. 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
It will all be fine. Just take a deep breathe in. Relax and go with the flow and enjoy the moment because you're not going to have it back again. 
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
I opted for the wedding jewelry from Tyaani Jewelry by Karan Johar in Mumbai, India. It is a real polki set with uncut diamonds in baby pink and for my hands, I opted to wear my grandmother's heritage gold bangles. For the cake, we did fresh edible orchids that matched the decor and our outfits. Since it was a fusion wedding, we had the garland exchange ceremony, kanyadaan, and a sand ceremony - a tradition we decided to go for where I put a color of sand and Vishesh put his color of sand to signify our individuality and together we put a third color of sand to signify us coming together and blending in with each other.

Have a great rest of the day, darlings, and don't forget to join us tomorrow for more!
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Ceremony Venue: Regal Banquets Hall | Hair & Makeup: Munira Mehta (Bride's Mom) | DJ: Diamond DJ’s | Bridal Fashions: Sabyasachi | Bridal Jewelry: Tyaani Fine Jewellery | Bride's Shoes: Jimmy Choo | Mehndi Artist: Rati Lilani | Groom’s Outfit: Hugo Boss | Groom’s Outfit: Burberry | Minister: Nancy Mateo | Dholi: Madi Singh | Photography: Deepak Patel


Springfield, PA Indian Fusion Wedding by Intrepid Studio

Maharanis! Don't miss Anika & Ian's wedding in today's Platinum Guide Blog. You'll love it so much!

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Venues: Springfield Country Club | Planning & Design: Marigold Wedding Planners | Florist: Blair's Florist | Catering: 5ive Chefs Catering | DJ: JP Entertainment Services | Mehndi Artist: Henna4all by Sushma | Priest: Hari Om Guru Om | Planner & Coordinator: Ranna Goyal (Bride's Mom) | Photography: Intrepid Studio


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