You are about to witness a wedding with scenes that seem taken out from an authentic Bollywood film! Shot by the celebrated photo team of Regal Palette Studio during the big fat Indian wedding of Jayti and Yogesh! The couple’s rich heritage combined with all the style, grandeur, tradition and magnificence made this a one-of-a-kind event! The Cherry Hill Crown Plaza held the heart of the nuptials harboring the amazing Sangeet night, ceremony and reception, all fabulously decorated by Wedding Design with majestic floral scenarios and supreme elegance! The couple made an absolute statement wearing majestic outfits day and night. Maharani Jayti got a “Royal Queen look” at her ceremony and reception thanks to immaculate hair and makeup by Style by Susmita. While the dapper Yogesh went from a traditional peach sherwani to a classic tuxedo for the glamorous celebration that finished up with the wedding spree which it was animated with the music of B Boyz Entertainment and that successfully packed up the groovy led dance floor! Discover all the splendor and sentiments captured on this marvelous highlight film!
How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Yogesh and I met at ICAP Garba in 2012 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He came up to me and the first thing he said was "What is your name?" and I'm thinking really? We ended up meeting again next year at the same place and just hit it off! (Maybe it was fate). About a year into our relationship I knew he was "the one" because I always wanted to marry someone who I share inside jokes with and makes me laugh at the awkwardest times. He turned out to be just that and because of it, we have great stories to tell our children.
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Yogesh proposed by the Brooklyn Bridge in NYC. He invited all of our friends ( appx. 50 people) and drew out a big heart with flower petals on the floor. I was told we are going for a friend's birthday in NYC and meeting at the bridge for photos before the party. As soon as I walk up I see everyone with their backs facing me and I'm so confused. I begin walking to the side so I don't ruin someone's decor. As he takes me inside the heart, I see everyone turn around and I recognize everyone standing there. I look over and he is on his knee! I couldn't believe it was happening! He says" I won't promise you the world, I won't promise you wealth, and I won't promise you happiness BUT I do promise that I will try to give you the world, I will try to give you wealth, and I will try my darnest best to give you all the happiness in the world. On top of that, I promise one more thing, I promise you all the booze in the world. You'll be so intoxicated by it BUT more than that you'll be more intoxicated by my love! I love you a lot Jayti! Will you marry me?" (The booze part is because he owns a liquor store) And of course, by this time I was ugly crying and said 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 planned my wedding on my own with help from friends and family of course! Love my make up artist, she was the best I could have gotten and she was so helpful both professionally and emotionally. (Susmita Patel). Decor was Ravi Verma from Wedding design and he did a fabulous job! I bought my outfits from India in January and my family in India helped me out with that! I got the Royal Queen look I was going for from Asopalav.
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I had deep red in my mind when I buy my lehenga and actually went with a drawing of what I had in mind and found exactly that
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Wedding decor and food tastings. Designing my wedding mandap has always been a dream and of course, this was my one chance so I went all out!
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
They loved the organization because I took care of every single detail ahead of time. They loved the customized hotel key cards I made with our photos on it.
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
One really special moment was the look on Yogesh's face when he opened boomf. (see link attached) https://boomf.com/
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Start planning as early as you can! The first thing you should book is the venue, and the next should be your make up artist! You want to look great on your wedding day. People will forget the food but photos are forever!
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