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Clearwater Beach, FL Indian Fusion Wedding by Fine Art Productions

Welcome, ladies! Today we have quite a treat for your beautiful selves! A gorgeous Gujarati bride meets a Punjabi Raja and the result is a wedding for the ages that merges their essences, colors, and traditions. The long-awaited nuptials truly represented this fusion and the overall energy of the gala was as unique as the love they both share. Our friends from Fine Art Productions managed to come up with some awesome aerial takes that truly took my breath away. Our film of today will truly make those wedding inspiring ideas dance, along with the ravishing Hindu sounds of love! Maharani Meera came out looking absolutely stunning for the main wedding ceremony at the beautiful Hyatt Regency Clearwater Beach. Her glam accomplice? Michele Renee The Studio! Her incredible dolling up skills truly shone and turned our bride into an even more beautiful Maharani! So dazzling! Of course, our newlyweds couldn't forget about their guests. Dhol Beat International brought the vibrant and celebratory beats to the reception and they truly tore the house down! But enough with words and let us get to the movie! Hit play below and join us through the experience of Meera & Mickey's Indian wedding gala!

 

Keep in touch Maharanis, and watch more splendid wedding highlight films! 

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DJ: Dhol Beat International | Hair & Makeup: Michele Renee The Studio | Cinematography: Fine Art Productions | Photography: Fine Art Production | Sangeet Venue: Hyatt Regency Clearwater Beach Resort and Spa | Ceremony Venue: Hyatt Regency Clearwater Beach | Reception Venue: Hyatt Regency Clearwater Beach | Floral & Decor: Nirali Decor | Catering: Aashirwad Indian Restaurant | Baraat: St Petersburg Carriages | Bridal Jewelry: Raj Jewels


Reston, VA Indian Wedding by Mari Harsan Studios

Hello, darlings! We are celebrating big time Priya & Devraj's love with a double feature! The talented photographer and cinematographer, Mari Harsan Studios, captured and translated Priya and Devraj's Indian wedding into a visual treat. This lovely couple enlisted SW Events to spearhead their wedding festivities and with fantastic photos and video as proof, we can defenitely say this wedding was a success. The day started with Maharani Priya getting ready with the skilled artist, Bridal Elegance by Suman Khosla, she looks absolutely amazing while twirling on the dance floor following DynastyAV's beats! Everyone enjoyed delicious dishes by the culinary experts of IndAroma and celebrated our adorable couple with a toast to a happily forever after! All the sneak peeks of this wonderful wedding are packed in our full gallery and the video below, hit play now!

See you tomorrow with more wedding inspo! Make sure to check out this lovely duo's photography feature!

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Catering: IndAroma | Hair & Makeup: Bridal Elegance by Suman Khosla | DJ: DynastyAV | Planning & Design: SW Events | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Hyatt Regency Reston | Floral & Decor: Imperial Decor | Baraat: Harmon's Hayrides and Carriages | Dhol Player: Avneet Basra | Bridal Fashion: Kalki Fashion | Bridal Fashion: Aishwarya Design Studio | Cake & Treats: M&T Events | Cinematography: Mari Harsan Studios | Photography: Mari Harsan Studios | Photo Booth: DJ Philipz & ShowPOW | Groom's Tux/Suit: Kora by Niles Mitesh


Whippany, NJ Indian Wedding by Regal Palette Studio

What an amazing feature this is, Maharanis! We can't wait for you to check it out and get absolutely inspired by this gracious couple and of course, by our gorgeous Maharani. Regal Palette Studio and their talented team created for us the highlight reel of what was Payal & Hiten's marvelous Indian wedding. It was an outstanding night filled with love, joy, choreographies, laughter, and lots of fun! The beautiful ceremony and reception were housed by the always elegant Hanover Marriott in Whippany, NJ. Charmingly decorated by none other than Mayank Amin from Platinum Dream Events. I know! Some serious design went down for our lucky couple! But that is not all, Maharani Payal turned into a true eastern princess thanks to the glam squad she recruited. Flawless Beauty by Pauline and Stylebysmita embellished our bride and her family and as you will see, it is safe to say: mission accomplished! So, grab a partner to giggle along and get ready for today's feature film!

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Hiten and I met online. We spent a few weeks chatting back and forth before we decided it was time to meet face-to-face. From the beginning, I could tell that Hiten was kind, respectful, and an overall fun-loving person. I had to postpone our date until the end of July of that year because I was finishing up some classes. Hiten thought I was flaking on him, but unbeknownst to him, I truly was planning to reach out at the end of the month. So, I did. We met up for dinner, which ended up lasting about 6 hours as we talked about life, family, friends, and everything in between. Hiten was my first and only online date, and I'm extremely lucky to have found my partner in him. I knew he was "the one" based on his thoughtful gestures, the way he treated my parents with sheer kindness, and how he so naturally put my needs above his own. 
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Hiten proposed on 3/18/2017 in Philadelphia near the AMOR sculpture in Logan Square. At the time I was a part of  Exodus Artistry, a dance company (hire them for all your dance needs), so Hiten had them plan a fake dance gig in Philly to get me there without suspicion. We started that Saturday with brunch at Bar BomBón, after which we headed to Logan Square. Hiten insisted on getting a photo in front of the iconic sculpture, so we made our way there. When we arrived, we asked a woman to take our photo, and this woman proceeded to take a photo of us not only on our phone camera but also on her professional camera. I started telling Hiten that we should ask her to delete the picture, etc, etc. Before I knew it, Hiten got down on one knee and started to propose! He explained why there's a woman taking our photo, why we're here, and how he wants to spend the rest of his life with me. I always thought I would cry during my proposal, but honestly, all I felt was pure happiness and I could not stop smiling. Within minutes, all of our closest friends and family from all over the country (& world) walked towards us with decorations and signs. Then, Hiten had organized for my girlfriends and Mom to bring outfits, makeup, and hair tools to get me ready before we went out for the rest of the night. The day was absolutely perfect. He is perfect. 
 
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.
Since Hiten and I had discussed getting engaged, I had started the planning process quite early. I had several email drafts already saved to vendors that I knew would deliver perfection. I had known my makeup artist for 2 years (since she did my MOH's hair/makeup at her wedding), so that was easy. I actually picked my wedding date around her availability. We chose the venue that had those dates, fell within our budget, and looked like a place we could envision our wedding. The one question to ask yourself when choosing a vendor is "Are they flexible and easy to work with?". If you don't enjoy talking to them or feel comfortable with the vendor, don't waste your time. 
 
Outfits: We went to India for all of our outfits. It was quite the hassle dealing with vendors in India, but you do get a ton of options. In the end, we were happy. 
 
Decor Theme: This was probably one of the hardest parts for me. Even though I had an overflow of ideas from Instagram and Pinterest, it was difficult to choose just one theme and put it all together. I knew that I wanted a colorful garba, modern yet traditional mandap style, and elegant reception, so Hiten and I chose the decor that best fit that criteria. 
 
Wedding Planner: That was easy! Hiten knew Mayank from Platinum Dreams and we had heard great things about the team. And boy, did they deliver! Not only were we pleased, but our guests were boasting about the Platinum group for weeks. 
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I worked with Suruchi Parakh from Surat, Gujarat to design my wedding dress. I always knew I wanted to have a green and gold lengha, so she helped bring my vision to life.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Wedding Ceremony: 
We were fortunate to have little to no chatter from a crowd of 320 people, and our guests seemed to appreciate that. We also heard that the ceremony was timely and organized. 
 
Reception: 
Our DJ made the evening extremely enjoyable. Because we had limited speeches(for an Indian wedding), we maximized the amount of time our guests could spend on the dance floor. After the wedding, many of our guests said that they had never seen a wedding where everyone immediately joined the dance floor and had a good 4-5 hours of dancing, no interruptions. That was VERY important to us. The reception is a time enjoy and we are so happy to hear that our guests had fun. 
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Our reception hall reveal gave us a few minutes to soak in what had just happened a few hours prior -- we got married! We also rehearsed our first dance, which gave us a more intimate feeling than performing it at the reception. Hiten will argue that his most special moment was the nap he squeezed in after the ceremony before the reception ;)
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
1. It's never too early to start planning
2. Complete your guest list first
3. Book your vendors early (esp in NY/NJ)
4. Schedule a weekly date night with your fiancé and don't talk about wedding planning
5. Remember that it all does come together, so don't forget to reflect during the planning process and appreciate the end goal. 
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
We could discuss every single detail about our wedding for days on end, but I think our pictures do it justice. This was the most perfect day that came together because of our love for each other, support from friends/family, and immense planning. No matter how your wedding ends up, it is a dream come true. I wouldn't change anything about our wedding week, except maybe have a repeat button because I never wanted it to end!
 
Stay with us for more glam! Relive Payal & Hiten's images in our photo feature!
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Hair & Makeup: Flawless Beauty by Pauline | Hair & Makeup: StyleBySmita | Planning & Design: Platinum Dream Events | Venues: Hanover Marriott | Photography: Asaad Images | Floral & Decor: Wedding Design | Catering: Bombay Talk | Reception Catering: Aashirwad Palace | Paan Catering: Mr.Paanwala | DJ: Premier DJ Usa | DJ: DJ Vaarij Kadakia | Dholi: Arjun Sapra | Baraat Horse: Equishare Baraat Horses | Cake & Treats: Palermo Bakery | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Padma Graphic Design | Lightning: Premier DJ Usa / DJ Harin Patel | Mehndi Artist: Henna For All | Photo Booth: Book N Gram


Schaumburg, Illinois Indian Wedding by Aria Fine Arts Films

A truly special cinematic highlight film captured by Aria Cinema Films! Today's wedding footage celebrates the love of Sonali and Prithvi. Our stunning duo had a wonderful 3-day event of family and love, that included an intimate henna affair, where the artists from Henna Moments festooned the arms and legs of our sweet bride and all the ladies with marvelous designs! The celebration continued at the Stonegate Conference and Banquet Centre and culminated at the Renaissance Convention Center Hotel! Our lovely bride, Sonal was dolled up by no other than Hannah Elisabeth Beauty who ensured our bride-to-be looked gorgeous in her intricate outfits for her ceremony and reception. The décor theme for both of the auspicious events was regal elegance perfectly combined with a touch of luxe charm designed by Shaadi Creations who guaranteed the special events were the most unforgettable. The entire photo album by Jason Brown Photography can be found in our Main Blog while you can delight with the moving images right below!

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Prithvi did an amazing job planning the perfect proposal! But... he has never been the best with keeping surprises. He set up a scene for me to relive all of our "firsts"... at the place where we had our first kiss, playing the song we first slow-danced to ("Peeloon" which then became our first-dance song), serving the first drink he bought for me. He knew I wanted it to be just the two of us for the proposal, but he also had both our families and tons of our friends ready to surprise us after he proposed. After all the planning was done, he sent a group text to my siblings with all the details... and accidentally included me in the text thread! Again, not the best with surprises but it didn't make the proposal any less perfect!
 
How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I was told that Prithvi had his eye on me long before we finally met at a Harry Potter premiere in January 2011. I bought him a Mountain Dew slushie and I think that's when HE knew I would be his true love (fast forward to the vidaii after our ceremony where he took me, of course, to get the exact same slushie!). Since I heard Prithvi was interested in me, I decided to "play" along by submitting an application to be his assistant for an organization at UMich (a position that didn't really exist...). I conveniently left my phone number on the application for Prithvi to reference six months later when he was visiting Chicago. We met up in June 2011 and immediately clicked- talking for hours each day since then. Prithvi charmed me by his tutoring skills in Physics (which I didn't really need) and showing me card tricks (actually just one decent trick). I kept Prithvi's interest by sending him care packages and making him monthly CDs of songs we enjoyed together. I know it's very cliché but a part of me felt from the very beginning that he was "the one". After SIX years long-distance, living in FIVE different cities, celebrating FOUR graduations, nearly THREE decades waiting for true love, bringing TWO families together...we created our ONE perfect love story!
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Prithvi did an amazing job planning the perfect proposal! But... he has never been the best with keeping surprises. He setup a scene for me to relive all of our "firsts"... at the place where we had our first kiss, playing the song we first slow-danced to ("Peeloon" which then became our first-dance song), serving the first drink he bought for me. He knew I wanted it to be just the two of us for the proposal, but he also had both our families and tons of our friends ready to surprise us after he proposed. After all the planning was done, he sent a group text to my siblings with all the details... and accidentally included me in the text thread! Again, not the best with surprises but it didn't make the proposal any less perfect!
 
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, my whole life I thought I would be the craziest bridezilla but when it really came down to it, I picked out only the bare bones (venues, vendors, and of course my groom). My mom, my sister, and my wedding planner made everything else come together! 
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
When we first got to Delhi, I thought I wanted a blush colored lengha. Something non-conventional. I tried on every lengha I found in this color- from the shops at Mehrauli Road to Defence Colony to Hauz Khas Village to Shahpur Jat. Ultimately I realized I only felt "bridal" in red tones. As soon as I tried on MY bridal lengha at Dolly J Studio, I walked out of the dressing room and my mom was in tears- this was the one. Huge shout out to everyone at Dolly J for making me look and feel like a princess on my wedding day!
 
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Mehndi-- Saaj by Ankita (Shahpur Jat- Delhi, India)
Sangeet-- Dolly J (Defence Colony- Delhi, India)
Wedding-- Dolly J (Defence Colony- Delhi, India)
Reception-- Manish Malhotra (Shops at Qutub, Mehrauli Road- Delhi, India)
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
ALL THE FOOD TASTINGS! Our caterers were absolutely phenomenal and put together their best and most unique dishes for all of our tastings. The best part was having quality time with the whole family during the tastings. We planned these at a time when all of our siblings and both sets of parents could be in town, creating the perfect amount of chaos and critiquing to ultimately design the perfect menu for each event. Not to mention, Prithvi and I were too busy entertaining and taking photos during the wedding week that we didn’t get to eat any of the delicious food when it was actually served- a little piece of advice: enjoy your food at the tastings!
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
If they had to pick one thing it would probably be the endless energy! It was a full NINE days of non-stop music and dancing, delicious food and amazing drinks, and of course the best company.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
All the emotional moments during our wedding week were of course very special... our first look, blessings from our grandparents, father-daughter dance, siblings' speeches. However, the one that replays constantly in my mind was our performances at the Sangeet. I have performed at hundreds of celebrations, competitions, and parties throughout my life but I had always danced Bollywood, Kathak, or Bhangra. At our Sangeet, however, I surprised Prithvi with a performance to his favorite romantic Tamil Song. Even though this song was outside my comfort zone, the dance felt so natural and filled with so much emotion because it wasn’t just for me, but also for Prithvi. Prithvi didn’t grow up dancing the way I did and during our six years together, I forced him to listen to Bollywood and Punjabi music, almost exclusively. At our Sangeet, he surprised me by doing a dance with my brothers to one of my favorite Bollywood songs! Definitely the highlight of our wedding week. 
 
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.
All details included in the other responses- let me know if you want specific details about anything I mentioned or didn't yet discuss. Thanks :)
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Don't stress about the small details, because at the end of the day the only thing that truly matters is you and your groom! My whole life I dreamt about this special day- what the cake would look like, the color of the flowers, the first dance… I focused only on the small details, as most brides do. Yes, all the small details turned out perfectly but I hardly even processed those details in the moment. The things I remember most are the way Prithvi fed me while I had mehndi on my hands… how it felt to perform at my sangeet… the butterflies in my stomach leading up to our first look… Whenever the planning starts to feel hectic or overwhelming or exhausting, just remind each other that your wedding is just ONE day in the rest of your lives. It'll be amazing no matter what because it is the start of your FOREVER.
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
Just a couple other unique features from our wedding:
 
Our invitations were hand-delivered Doli displays, designed by my mom- with gold embroidery and pink velvet- meant to resemble the Doli that a bride arrives in at the ceremony. It was filled with event details on a scroll and delicious mithai, but doubles as a bangle box to be reused by guests after the wedding. Very unique and practical! (I don’t think we gave you pictures of this but it is absolutely amazing- let me know if you’d like a photo to include)
 
Our cake was 7-tiers and had a train of frosting flowers and real roses that was longer than the train on my wedding lengha! All of our siblings came together for the cake tasting, thus each sibling designed their favorite combination of cake + frosting + fillings to eventually create seven unique cake layers. At the reception, we had a “live” cake cutting meaning each guest could choose which layer they wanted and it would be cut and served fresh in front of them. In addition to seven types of cake, we served a unique array of dessert liquors, a full dessert buffet including more than 20 other crafted desserts, and a “lady table” of desserts- a lady whose dress was a table surrounding her on which she carried the desserts around the reception hall to serve.
 
Our sangeet was uniquely designed with a “mela” theme. We had food canopies with decorative fabrics and string lights to resemble outdoor an outdoor tent at a mela. Each food station housed a different type of “finger food” including kathi rolls, pav bhaji, kabobs, lamb chops, a variety of chaat options, paan, and many many more. There was a bazaar set up to display the party favors which included purses of traditional Indian embroidery, bangles, and bindis. The mehndi stations were created with round bench seating and decorative pillows surrounding handmade trees with branches of bangles, colorful ribbons, and floral garlands. Lastly, there was a photo booth setup complete with a real motorized, decorated rickshaw.
 

That is all for today loves! See you tomorrow! 

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Mehndi Artists: Henna Moments | Cinematography: Aria Cinema Films | Baraat: Maharaja Farms | Catering: Mantra | Reception | Catering: Cuisine of India | Sangeet/Wedding | DJ: Sandeep Hans (DJ Sandman) | Floral and Decor: Shaadi Creations | Hair and Makeup: Hannah Elisabeth Beauty | Photographer: Jason Brown Photography | Venue: Stonegate Conference and Banquet Centre | Sangeet | Venue: Renaissance Convention Center Hotel


Raleigh, North Carolina Indian Wedding by Light Cannon Films

Hello Maharanis! Today we dedicate our Video Blog to the impeccable film footage of a magnificent union expertly planned by Aisha Garnett from Sheree Amour Wedding! Light Cannon Films brought all the magic of cinematography to the union of Binita and Nishant that took place amidst the sophistication and grandeur of the Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley. A spacious ballroom harbored an intricate wedding ceremony that joined the lives of this lovely duo under a jaw-dropping floral mandap, an exclusive design by the accomplished team of Occasions by Shangri-la! Binita tied the knot looking flawless in a bold red attire and elevate her natural beauty thanks to the expert bridal stylist Sonia C who also took care of every detail of her dazzling evening look! The wedding soiree displayed the best and fines elements with a fabulous décor within the perfect party mood provided by DynastyAV’s tunes, while Azul Photography preserved the best memories with the best photos to look back on and that we recently featured in our exclusive Editorial Blog! Unveil the highlight flick below these lines!

Watch more stunning film works here tomorrow! See you, Maharanis.

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Floral & Decor: Occasions by Shangri-la | Hair & Makeup: Sonia C | DJ: DynastyAV | Venues: Raleigh Marriott Crabtree Valley | Bride and Groom Garlands: Dipak Rami | Cakes & Treats: Publix Bakery | Catering: Taaza Bistro | Catering: Salt & Pepper Catering | Cinematography: Light Cannon Films | Entertainment: Ankit Patel | Hair and Makeup: Belloviso Inc. (Bridal Party Only) | Hair and Makeup: Elaine Harrison Make Up Artistry (Bridal Party Only) | Photobooth: Raleigh Photo Booth Fun | Photographer: Azul Photography | Planning and Design: Sheree Amour Wedding / Aisha Garnett | Rental: CE Rentals Capital Party | Transportation: Horse: Dead Broke Horse Farm


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