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Toronto, ON Indian Wedding by Samir K Photography

Welcome back, beauty queens! Sangeeta & Dipak's real-life fairytale continues, and we have all the details for you to enjoy it and get all the inspiration you need to start planning your upcoming wedding. This time we are taking you on a visual journey, through the lens of Samir K Photography, inside the halls of the Sri Sathya Sai Baba Centre of Scarborough to take part in the traditional Hindu ceremony that united these two lovebirds in marriage. Right from the start, we have to say that we were blown away by the mesmerizing decor crafted by Beyond the Limits! They showed all of their talent and expertise in transforming venues into enchanting and almost surreal scenarios. Just take a look at the gorgeous floral arrangements in soft colored hues, simply breathtaking. Not to mention the traditional linens that wrapped around the room, adding an extra touch of flair to this already magnificent event. Hands down, this was the dreamy wedding celebration Sangeeta & Dipak's always wanted, and the best way to initiate their everlasting married life. If you can't get enough of this lovely duo during their big wedding ceremony, make sure to take a look at the fantastic gallery that we have prepared for today. We know for sure that you are going to be amazed, and you will get tons of inspiring ideas from it! So, don't wait any longer and get ready to enjoy these visual masterpieces!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Believe it or not, my father introduced me to him while we were at the temple! I knew he was the one during our second date when we spent an entire evening drinking herbal tea, listening to music and just sharing our life stories with each other. He was just so easy to talk to and I felt like I've known him my whole life.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
He told me to get dressed up and meet him downtown to go to his office Christmas party. When I arrived at his place, I walked in to see rose petals, candles and fairy lights beautifully decorating the entire living room and then he got down on one knee and said "I love you" for the very first time and asked me to marry him. I was so shocked that I almost forgot to say yes!
 
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 had a very clear idea of what I wanted since I had an entire Pinterest board dedicated to my dream wedding for years. My husband and I made most of our decisions quite quickly because we knew what we liked and we were very aligned in our vision. We only met with each of our vendors about 2-3 times and had all the details confirmed.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I knew exactly what colours I wanted but I decided to try different styles and colours to open up my options. I tried on many bridal lenghas at different stores all over Toronto but then I ended up getting my outfits over a video call at 3am while my dad was in India shopping around for me. I watched the store attendants try on outfits for me. In under an hour, I had outfits for my wedding and reception!
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part of wedding planning was food tasting! Food is one of the most important parts of the wedding and we wanted to ensure our all-vegetarian menu was a hit! Being able to explore different dishes and customize our options was really fun and delicious.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
That's a tough one, I've heard so much great feedback from our friends and family. I think one thing that everyone said was that they had a blast at the reception because the music was really good. And I couldn't agree more! The dance floor was packed from beginning to end. Koodos to our DJ!
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The moment I sat down next to husband at our wedding ceremony definitely stands out. I was so anxious and stressed out until that moment. But when I sat next to him, he made a joke about me taking forever to get ready and I laughed and all the stressed melted away.
 
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.
My family all flew in from Trinidad, India, New Jersey and Florida for the wedding. The maticoor night which was the night before the wedding, was really special because it was an intimate event with just my closest family and friends. Everyone pitched in: my mom and aunts spent the entire day cooking all the delicious Trinidadian food, my cousins rehearsed our dance for the reception and my best friend helped me oversee my uncles decorating the entire house and setting up the stage. It was truly a special day.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
There will always be a reason to stress out, there is always something that doesn't work out the way you planned, but at the end of the day, it's important to share the happy moments with those around you and cherish these memories. This is a happy time in your life! Be present, be happy and show gratitude to those around you that are sharing in your moments.

Get ready to have some fun at the upcoming reception party!
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Ceremony Venue: Sri Sathya Sai Baba Centre of Scarborough | Reception Venue: Scarborough Convention Centre | Wedding Decor: Beyond the Limits | Reception Decor: Scarborough Convention Centre | Hair & Makeup: Khalisah | Catering (Reception): Scarborough Convention Centre | Late Night Food Station: Drupatis | DJ: Ryan Ali | Baraat (Dhol): Manny | Pacific Island Dancer Performers: The Hawaiian Dance Company | Reception Lengha: Poonams Kaurture | Cake & Treats: Simmy Jassal | Cinematography: Happy Soul films | Mehndi Artist: Henna by Teena | Photo Booth: 6ix Photobooth | Tassa: Next Generation Tassa Crew | Tassa: Ground Shakers Tassa | Nose Rings: Banglez Jewelry | Groom's Suit: Indochino | Groom's Sherwani: Golden Silk | Steelpan: Devin Ramoutar | Pagg: Pagg & Fifty | Photography: Samir K Photography


Orlando, FL Indian Wedding by Nathan English Photography

It takes brave people to do bold things, and what could be more bold than to tie your life to someone else's during this delicate time for the entire world?  Like a ray of sunshine, Ruchi's DM on Instagram warmed the hearts of our entire team.  Virtually of course!  Ruchi & Brian were set to get married in grand fashion in a few days, however, when life changed their course, they did what any intelligent couple does, they pivoted.  With their friends & family's best interests in mind, they got married in an intimate ceremony with only their parents, siblings, and frenchie Mylo at the bride's family home in Florida.  The bride looked ravishing in a classic red lengha from Surya Sarees and jewelry from Jewellery by Kiran Khan.  Tarak from Maharani Designs singlehandedly set up the mandap while the bride's family glammed her up inside, her mom, a freelance makeup artist, and her sister did her hair.  The couple can't wait to reschedule their fabulous reception so they can celebrate their union with their entire circle.  This family wedding celebration was expertly captured from six feet away by Nathan English Photography, so make sure you dive inside this Covid free gallery now!

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From the bride: Week before we were hit with all of this news then saw that the CDC had banned parties of 50+. We had family coming in from all over the world, and some that are at higher risk than others, so we knew it would be best to keep the ceremony intimate and only have our immediate family there who had already flown in/drove to be with us before this pandemic started. At that point, it wasn’t about us and our big parties that we wanted to have, but we wanted to do what was best for everyone in our family. So, within a week we had to cancel everything. We informed our family and friends as to what we were doing and ceremony still happened! We are, however, rescheduling our reception for a later date because everyone would still like to come down and celebrate with us. So, as of now, we are just waiting until we are cleared to reschedule that! Hopefully this answered your questions! It definitely wasn’t easy, and this is of course the shortened version. But we had to have our family and friends

Best interests in mind. I truly believe it was better this way as our parents got to spend a lot of time together and we all got to hangout and enjoy these intimate moments that will last a lifetime!

Stay home, wash your hands, and let's get through this one beautiful wedding at a time together!  Muah!

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Mandap: Maharani Designs | Hair: Bride's Sister | Makeup: Bride's Mother | Bride's Mehndi Outfit: Shilpi Gupta | Bride's Ceremony Outfit: Surya Sarees | Bridal Jewelry: Jewellery By Kiran Khan | Mehndi Artist: Tejal Patel | Groom's Mehndi Outfit: Shilpi Gupta | Groom's Ceremony Outfit: Anita Dongre | Photography: Nathan English Photography


Toronto, ON Indian Wedding by Samir K Photography

Happy Monday, Maharanis! We hope your week has been off to a great start. We were dying to get back to you to continue sharing another fabulous love story that will surely take your breath away. So, sit back, relax, and get ready to dive into this real-life fairytale showcasing all the enchanting moments surrounding Sangeeta & Dipak's wedding celebration! For this installment, we'll be taking a look at the process our gorgeous Maharani went through so she could look ravishing for her big day. Because it is no secret that it is all Maharanis' dream to look like a princess for their big day, and this time Sangeeta nailed the ultimate bridal look! In case you were wondering who is the mastermind behind the exquisite makeup and sleek hairstyle, it is none other than Khalisah, who delivered nothing but perfection on every little detail. To add an extra touch of elegance and traditional flair, this Maharani got a fabulous Mehndi designed by Henna by Teena, which narrates these betrothed's personal love story. The cherry on top of this trendy and fashionable look was in charge of Banglez Jewelry, who provided royalty accessories like the nose ring that we all loved! If you want to take a closer look at this intimate moment, make sure to visit today's full gallery. We've compiled the best shots captured by Samir K Photography for your enjoyment. And if that is not enough, don't miss the visual masterpiece by Happy Soul films featured in today's Video Blog.

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Believe it or not, my father introduced me to him while we were at the temple! I knew he was the one during our second date when we spent an entire evening drinking herbal tea, listening to music and just sharing our life stories with each other. He was just so easy to talk to and I felt like I've known him my whole life.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
He told me to get dressed up and meet him downtown to go to his office Christmas party. When I arrived at his place, I walked in to see rose petals, candles and fairy lights beautifully decorating the entire living room and then he got down on one knee and said "I love you" for the very first time and asked me to marry him. I was so shocked that I almost forgot to say yes!
 
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 had a very clear idea of what I wanted since I had an entire Pinterest board dedicated to my dream wedding for years. My husband and I made most of our decisions quite quickly because we knew what we liked and we were very aligned in our vision. We only met with each of our vendors about 2-3 times and had all the details confirmed.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I knew exactly what colours I wanted but I decided to try different styles and colours to open up my options. I tried on many bridal lenghas at different stores all over Toronto but then I ended up getting my outfits over a video call at 3am while my dad was in India shopping around for me. I watched the store attendants try on outfits for me. In under an hour, I had outfits for my wedding and reception!
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part of wedding planning was food tasting! Food is one of the most important parts of the wedding and we wanted to ensure our all-vegetarian menu was a hit! Being able to explore different dishes and customize our options was really fun and delicious.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
That's a tough one, I've heard so much great feedback from our friends and family. I think one thing that everyone said was that they had a blast at the reception because the music was really good. And I couldn't agree more! The dance floor was packed from beginning to end. Koodos to our DJ!
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The moment I sat down next to husband at our wedding ceremony definitely stands out. I was so anxious and stressed out until that moment. But when I sat next to him, he made a joke about me taking forever to get ready and I laughed and all the stressed melted away.
 
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.
My family all flew in from Trinidad, India, New Jersey and Florida for the wedding. The maticoor night which was the night before the wedding, was really special because it was an intimate event with just my closest family and friends. Everyone pitched in: my mom and aunts spent the entire day cooking all the delicious Trinidadian food, my cousins rehearsed our dance for the reception and my best friend helped me oversee my uncles decorating the entire house and setting up the stage. It was truly a special day.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
There will always be a reason to stress out, there is always something that doesn't work out the way you planned, but at the end of the day, it's important to share the happy moments with those around you and cherish these memories. This is a happy time in your life! Be present, be happy and show gratitude to those around you that are sharing in your moments.

We are just getting started over here, so make sure to stay close if you don't want to miss all the beauty that is coming your way.
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Ceremony Venue: Sri Sathya Sai Baba Centre of Scarborough | Reception Venue: Scarborough Convention Centre | Wedding Decor: Beyond the Limits | Reception Decor: Scarborough Convention Centre | Hair & Makeup: Khalisah | Catering (Reception): Scarborough Convention Centre | Late Night Food Station: Drupatis | DJ: Ryan Ali | Baraat (Dhol): Manny | Pacific Island Dancer Performers: The Hawaiian Dance Company | Reception Lengha: Poonams Kaurture | Cake & Treats: Simmy Jassal | Cinematography: Happy Soul films | Mehndi Artist: Henna by Teena | Photo Booth: 6ix Photobooth | Tassa: Next Generation Tassa Crew | Tassa: Ground Shakers Tassa | Nose Rings: Banglez Jewelry | Groom's Suit: Indochino | Groom's Sherwani: Golden Silk | Steelpan: Devin Ramoutar | Pagg: Pagg & Fifty | Photography: Samir K Photography


Clifton, NJ Indian Wedding by Lightyear Studio

Happy Wednesday, beautiful Maharanis! Are you ready to be part of a story that looks like taken out from a fairytale? If so, you've come to the right place! Today, we are excited to share with you the visual masterpieces captured by Lightyear Studio, showcasing all the beauty of Ami & Min wedding festivities because they are unique and will make your heart explode with joy. So let's check them out together! Each of these photos perpetuated the most tender moments of our lovely Maharani getting ready for her big day. There is no denying that it is every bride's dream of looking elegant and distinguished on her big day, but this time, Ami exceeded all expectations and ended up looking like a princess! The elegant lengha embellished with delicate golden embroidery was simply amazing and complemented the exquisite makeup and bun designed by Maliha Khan Makeup to perfection. And we cannot stress how much we love this alluring and charming look and we cannot wait to check more of this wedding celebration. If you are enjoying today's love story as much as we are, do not miss the gallery that we have prepared for today! It is the perfect preamble before you head up to the wedding ceremony officiated at the Valley Regency! So, make sure to check it out, you'll love it!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We met in college. We started dating in 2011. It was hard for me to think about forever so it took about 6 years for me to be comfortable with the idea of marriage.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
I make surprises very difficult and figured out what his plan was going to be so he double crossed me and proposed the weekend before in jersey city on the waterfront with our dog and a book mark (that he slipped into the current book I was reading with the ring tied to it) saying we’re 7 chapters in and I love where this story is going... will you marry me?
 
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.
Honestly I did not want a huge wedding but my parents did. I’m a big proponent of doing things right or not doing it at all. Since I’ve never really dreamed of a huge wedding or any particular details I just wanted to make sure we hired professionals that I could trust to make the big decisions for me. I can’t say enough amazing things about our vendors. Valley regency has been in the business for a long time and knows how to throw a beautiful party. Lax states (Nisha) is truly an artist. She took something I had no interest in (the decor) and made it into a theme that actually felt like home. Maliha Khan is the sweetest and most talented makeup artist - I’m not a makeup expert and I needed someone who would take the outfit and my face into consideration and she did just that. I feel like I didn’t have to make many big decisions because my vendors were amazing.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I got married in November so it had to be long. For the ceremony I wanted some white in it. I found a beautiful gold lengha in India and they switched out the gold satin for white. I was happy. I bought my reception dress from India too but then I realized I didn’t love it so I bought another gown from a local NYC boutique.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Small details that I wanted to incorporate like a table to represent our love for our dog Belle, a memorial table, signs for the photobooth, pictures of us
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
The most compliments I received were probably about the details I mentioned above and the food.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Before the reception we had a mini cocktail hour in the bridal suite and I actually got to spend a little time with my best friends and family.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Vendors can make or break your wedding. Choose carefully but then let the professionals do their job.
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
Just incase you were wondering my husband is of Korean decent. He has a small family and did not have any Korean traditions that were important to them but his parents were great sports during the events.
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Ceremony & Reception Venue: Valley Regency | Planning & Design: LAX States | Hair & Makeup: Maliha Khan Makeup | Photography: Lightyear Studio


Flushing, NY Indian Wedding by Ajit Photography

Hello there, darlings! We know you loved Meeta & Aman's first look photoshoot, and you were dying to know more about all the beauty that surrounded their big wedding festivities! So, there is no need to keep on waiting because we are back with more details of this grand event. This time, we are taking you to the World's Fair Marina for you to take a peek at the wedding ceremony that united these betrothed in marriage. The halls of this exclusive venue transformed into a magical setting reminiscent of the interiors of an Indian palace, thanks to Prestigious Perfection, who created a marvelous decor that seemed almost surreal. Indeed, a more than perfect scenario for this life-changing event. Our gorgeous Maharani Meeta, lightened the room as she walked down the aisle dressed in a magnificent lengha from Arjun Arora Couture, very well complemented with the beautiful heels from Michael Kors. And no look is complete without a perfect makeup and hairstyle, so a big shoutout to Beauty By Tamanna for their outstanding work. And we cannot forget about the fabulous Mehndi designed by Henna by Yukti, which added an extra touch of traditional flair to Meeta's overall look! Simply Amazing! If you don't want to miss any detail of this magical ceremony, take a look at the marvelous shots captured by Ajit Photography, in today's gallery! 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 through one of our mutual friends, when I met him he wasn't the type of a guy I thought I would end up marrying. I didn't know what I want in life. We started talking through snapchat and on our first meeting "alone" which was at Starbucks, my first line to him was "this is not a date and I'm not looking for a relationship." He understood me in a way that no one could. He knew what I was feeling and what I wanted/needed every time. We talked 24x7 yet I still didn't understand what our relationship was until months later.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Haha it was totally unexpected. One of his friend was getting married in November and he had told me that there's a special dinner that she invited us to (this is in September). SOO I was like okay I'll come with you (he had told me about this dinner end of July/August). During that weekend, I asked him should I get my nails done he's like yes and then I was like nahhhh it's just a dinner. He had told me to pick him up around 5 PM so I thought to myself that maybe he just wants to drink a little since it's his friend's wedding so I was like sure why not. It was a Sunday around 1 PM he really wasn't talking to me. I wore a casual mahroon dress and went to pick him up. He was matching me (which is usually always our thing). He told me that we need to go get something in his car so I was like okay (I'm thinking flowers or gift for his friend for this dinner). He blindfolds me when we get in the car. There are many things going on in my mind and so many questions that I kept asking him. I even asked him "are you proposing me, no wait you're not because you know I have to have my nails done for that, did you get a new car?" He's like yes that's it I got a new car. He made me get out of the car and I feel sand all around my heels and I asked him the car is at the beach? He said Yes. I could hear the waves/ocean and I can't swim so I asked him are we going in the water because I'm getting scared now. He's like relax. He told me to stand in a particular place and he said I'll be right back. Few minutes later I said "I hear music.." He tells me to remind my blindfold and I see him standing there few feet away past the alley that is filled with rose petals near the champagne table with I love You balloons held up against the table on the sand. He was standing in a huge heart filled with red sand outline with more rose petals in it and the song playing was Tum Hi Ho....that was the perfect moment. :)
 
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 got engaged in February of 2019 few months after he proposed to me. I wanted this day to be perfect because we both knew that this will be one of the most important days of our lives. We decided to do mehndi/sangeet at my house because we wanted as much intimacy as possible between our families. We don't have a big family in New York and most of our relatives live back in India. We didn't hire any planner since we wanted to be involved as much as we can so we decided to do this together. We had an idea of how we wanted things to be but the hardest part was probably making a guest list and picking the venues. I'm so thankful to him for dealing with my indecisiveness and helping me throughout the journey. Picking my makeup/hair artist was easy because I knew that there would be no one better than Tamanna to do my makeup. When we went to visit World's Fair Marina for our wedding venue it happened to be the perfect setting because of it's location (right by the water - since Aman proposed to me at the beach). When we went to see Leonard's, there was no turning back. We did go to see many venues after that but my heart was set on Leonard's which Aman made it happen as well. Rest were the details. Since having done Antun's by Minar for our engagement we knew we had to do something best in terms of food and Benares was the best option. We had to pick Amit for DJ due to his awesomeness and how much people loved him from our engagement. It was really stressful. I wanted a traditional wedding and formal reception. For the wedding everyone wore indian attire (including all our guests).
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I wanted to get a lehenga that my mom would like/her preference. We went to many stores in India. I knew I wanted a red/mahroon lehenga because that's my favorite cold and that's what my mom wanted as well. She was the one who picked my lehenga for me after I refused sooo many. I finally fell in love with this designer store in Shahpur Jat called Arjun Arora Couture. My mom loved the color/design on me and that's the one we picked. :)
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Going to see different vendors, interacting with them, and just knowing we were getting married. We enjoyed going to bridal expos and enjoying the food. Also, our families support was a major thing in the planning process.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
FOOD, Music, Decor, Everything. :)
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The morning of our wedding and our first look up to my Vidaai. All those moments were precious to me that hold a special place in my heart.
 
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.
We wanted to do a special dance and it worked out perfectly. Will post a video on our youtube channel soon. :)
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Relax and Enjoy those moments you spend planning for your wedding they are stressful but they won't come back.

We are about to unveil the fabulous reception party that ended these wedding festivities, so make sure to stay close if you don't want to miss it!
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Ceremony Venue: World's Fair Marina | Reception Venue: Leonard's Palazzo | Floral & Decor: Prestigious Perfection | Hair & Makeup: Beauty By Tamanna | Catering: Benares Restaurant & Catering | DJ: DJ Amit Kapoor | Baraat (Corvette): Turo | Bridal Fashion (Wedding): Arjun Arora Couture | Bride's Wedding Heels: Michael Kors | Bride's Reception Outfit #1: Shakuntalm | Bride's Reception Outfit #2: Ejaaz Couture | Bride's Reception Heels: Thalia Sodi | Bride's Reception Jewelry #1: Much More | Bride's Reception Jewelry #2: ReetCreationsNY | Cake & Treats: Francesco's Bakery | Cinematography: Ajit Video | Photo | Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling: Beauty By Tamanna | Favors: Wedding Favors Unlimited | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Royal Cards | Mehndi Artist: Henna by Yukti | Photo Booth: Tommy's Tunes | Registry: The Knot | Transportation (Corvette): Turo | Tuxedos: Men's Wearhouse | Collection: Thalia Sodi | Photography: Ajit Photography


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