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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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Birmingham, MI Indian Wedding by Killer Creations

I end Maharani Maya's ultra sentimental Indian-Sri Lankan wedding at The Townsend Hotel. The couple's coveted event was a dreamy affair surrounded by the people who meant the most to them. Top That Event ensured the ballroom for the festive reception was bathed in pure luxury. The head-turning accents of royal blue and white transformed the spacious quarters into a setting any Sri Lankan bride would appreciate. Wedding cinematographer Killer Creations Wedding Photography & Cinematography captured all the live action and DJ Ice and Fresh Productions ensured a packed dancefloor. All the treasured moments are captured in our full gallery.

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Birmingham, MI Indian Wedding by Killer Creations

Maharanis, get ready to be showered with love! Killer Creations Wedding Photography & Cinematography has brought us the multicultural wedding celebration of Maya and Sunil at The Townsend Hotel. I can just feel the love lifting Maya higher and higher as she walked down to her glowing mandap designed by Top That Event. Cassie Lewis created a whimsical mandap that was a natural aesthetic to the perfectly manicured foliage and harlequin blooms. Was it her stunning, classic Bollywood inspired sari or the beautiful work of makeup artist Beauty For You On Location? Either way, this Sri Lankan bride looked absolutely splendid. All these loving images will have you dreaming of your very own glittering affair in our gallery

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It's time to get wild! The fusion wedding reception is right around the corner! 

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Birmingham, MI Indian Wedding by Killer Creations

I am a firm believer that just like your beloved romance, your wedding day style should be just as epic! Just ask Maharani Maya who ensured that her sensational Indian-Sri Lankan wedding incorporated all the personal elements that personified her celebration to Sunil. The morning of her fusion wedding, Maya was primed by Beauty For You On Location. I am swooning with matrimonial envy with this bride's chic style. Colors are cool and all, but I also love ivory white trousseau. Planning and design guru Top That Event ensured the series of events transitioned smoothly. Join me in the gallery for all the heartwarming moments of our lively couple shot by Killer Creations Wedding Photography & Cinematography.

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Sunil and I first met as freshman in undergrad at the University of Michigan (Go Blue!). We had several mutual friends and happened to be getting a ride back together to our respective dorms after a conference- he was the passenger in the trunk of a friend’s car while I was comfortably seated up front. Despite this early meeting, we did not actually get to know each other until several years later while taking similar classes in our Master's program. It was just a few dates before I realized that nobody else would ever be able to make me laugh so hard or smile so much! After a wonderful year together in Detroit, exploring a city working on making a come back, our relationship became a long distance one during medical school. Despite long car rides to see other at the end of some exhausting weeks, it was always worth the trip. There was never one particular moment where I knew he was the one. Instead, it was several years of seeing him put in so much time, effort and energy into making me feel loved, respected and cherished- and I’m assuming this went both ways since we are now married!! 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
I spent a month during my last year of medical school doing an international rotation in Sri Lanka and was looking forward to visiting Sunil as soon as I returned home. Little did I know that while I was gone, he had gone to visit my parents, sister, and grandmother to ask for their blessing before proposing. When I got back, I drove out to see him in Cincinnati. He suggested a fantastic brunch spot followed by a drive to a nearby park. He had sneakily arranged for one of his friends to be hiding in the park taking pictures of us. While at a spot in the park that overlooks the city he surprised me entirely by kneeling down and proposing to me. Of course, I was so excited and surprised and yelled out “obviously yes!” We returned to his apartment for champagne and to call our families in Michigan with our great news, and then spent our evening out celebrating with friends. 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My outfit for our wedding ceremony was a traditional white Sri Lankan Kandyan sari. I am extremely lucky to have a mother with excellent taste, and family friends with very artistic eyes. My mother and two family friends custom designed my sari based off of a few different ideas and pictures I collected from various Pinterest boards and bridal magazines. I wanted to keep the traditional appearance while adding elements more personalized to my taste or borrowed from western traditions, like turning the sari fold into a train, using a lace pattern/fabric with some sequin details, and adding pearl strands below a diamond cut out for the back of the sari blouse. My grandmother helped complete the whole look with a beautiful set of gold Kandyan jewelry selected with the help of family friends that brought the jewelry from Sri Lanka.   
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
There were so many great things about planning our wedding that it is hard to choose just one. We especially enjoyed our food tastings. Shalimar and Madras Masala provided amazing food (Shalimar) and delicious dosas (Madras Masala) for our sangeet and post-ceremony lunch and we were happy when many of our guests expressed that they loved the diversity of choices on our menus. Our food tasting at the Townsend Hotel was fantastic- their chef did a wonderful job trying to incorporate some flavors from our South Asian palate into a westernized menu with plated options including an 8 oz filet mignon, airline chicken breast, salmon, and creative vegetarian dish composed of dahl, fried chickpeas, and cauliflower. Overall, all of our vendors, and especially Cassie (our planner from Top That Events) worked hard to help the planning process go relatively smoothly!  
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
The greatest thing to hear from our guests after our wedding was that they particularly loved the way our two families seemed to mesh so seamlessly into one. We wanted our wedding ceremony to draw from two cultures, Indian and Sri Lankan, combined into one single ceremony, given several similar traditions. Our families learned each other’s traditions and wholeheartedly participated in the ceremony customs from both sides. When it came to the festivities, our parents performed a beautiful dance together at our sangeet. And at the reception, their enthusiasm on the dance floor was only outdone by the bride and groom! We are so grateful that our families have also become great friends throughout the years of our relationship.
 

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Bolton, MA Indian Fusion Wedding by Leona Campbell Photography

After our lovebirds affirmed their love in two equally beautiful ceremonies, it was time to celebrate and they moved indoors The International Golf Club and Resort for a party blending lovely details from both Indian and Nigerian cultures! Colorful floral centerpieces by The Flower Pot welcomed their guests to a unique night where even their palates were amazed by a delicious meal. The perfect fuel to dance all night long by the beats of Silk Events after our lovebirds opened the dance floor performing a romantic first dance! This was surely a successful fusion wedding, it's all in the details and Rashmi & Sam made sure everyone felt loved and welcomed guests from all over the USA, India and even Barbados! Head to the curated gallery by Leona Campbell Photography and enjoy!

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Venues: The International Golf Club and Resort | Photographer: Leona Campbell Photography | Planning & Design: Bride and family | Flowers: The Flower Pot | Decor and Mandap: Alankar Event Planners | Hair & Makeup: Flawless Creations | Food Truck: Taco Party Somerville | Catering: Bollywood Grill | DJ: Silk Events | Cake & Treats: Bean Counter Bakery | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Minted | Mehndi Artist: Henna Cafe | Photo Booth: Clear Choice Photo Booth | Room Block: Marriott Courtyard Boston Marlborough | Christian Officiant: Reverend JoAnne Holder | Hindu Officiant: Jayant Sane |


Bolton, MA Indian Fusion Wedding by Leona Campbell Photography

Welcome back, Maharanis! We are head over heels with Rashmi & Sam's fusion wedding and I can't wait to share their wedding details with you! An energetic baraat procession led by our groom Sam in a uniquely decorated golf cart set the mood for a wedding day filled with love and joy. This gorgeous couple was very lucky to have a squad of planners formed by their dearest relatives who helped them build a flawless blend between their Nigerian and Indian backgrounds in one big event at The International Golf Club and Resort! The perfect green lawns of this exclusive spot were the charming scenery were a traditional Hindu ceremony preceded a lovely Christian Ceremony where Sam's sisters delighted them by singing "This Marriage" by Eric Whitacre! The unique mandap structure that harbored the ceremonies was a design of Alankar Event Planners and I'm loving their creation! If you are looking for inspiration make sure to check our full gallery beautifully captured by Leona Campbell Photography!

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A romantic reception awaits you in our next post!

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Venues: The International Golf Club and Resort | Photographer: Leona Campbell Photography | Planning & Design: Bride and family | Flowers: The Flower Pot | Decor and Mandap: Alankar Event Planners | Hair & Makeup: Flawless Creations | Food Truck: Taco Party Somerville | Catering: Bollywood Grill | DJ: Silk Events | Cake & Treats: Bean Counter Bakery | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Minted | Mehndi Artist: Henna Cafe | Photo Booth: Clear Choice Photo Booth | Room Block: Marriott Courtyard Boston Marlborough | Christian Officiant: Reverend JoAnne Holder | Hindu Officiant: Jayant Sane |


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