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Santa Ana, CA Indian Wedding by Avec Lumiere Productions

It is time for another filmy, ladies! This time around, we follow Avani & Divesh's path to the aisle in their quintessential Indian wedding and as you can imagine, it was as grand and glamorous as ever! These two lovebirds just poured out their love in all directions, so much that you can almost feel it! From the Baraat parade thanks to Enchanted Carriages, to the reception, everything was so romantic! The outdoor ceremony held at the gardens of the Coyote Hills Golf Course, beautifully planned and designed by The Marigold Company, was this ode to style, truly to die for! Of course, Maharani Avani was absolutely glowing in her ruby saree. She just owned the entire celebration and that is what a real Maharani is all about! Beauty by Lishma assisted our bride with her hair & makeup and the result? Well... let's just say Raja Divesh definitely hit the jackpot with this Hindu beauty and so did she! I'm so excited for this, ladies, I know you are going to love every frame of today's cinematic experience thanks to our talented friends from Avec Lumiere Productions. More of this love-fueled bash? Hit play below and relieve all the glitter!

 

Stick around for more filmy feel goods! 

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Hair & Makeup: Beauty by Lishma | Planning & Design: The Marigold Company | Photo Booths: The Marigold Company | Baraat: Enchanted Carriages | Cinematography: Avec Lumiere Productions | Photography: Randery Imagery | Ceremony Venue: Coyote Hills Golf Course | Reception Venue: Doubletree OC Airport | Floral & Decor: Kumba Events | Catering: Manohar's Delhi Palace | DJ: Special Occasions DJ & Lighting | Cake & Treats: Rossmoor Pastries | Lighting: Special Occasions DJ & Lighting | Mehndi Artist: Bridal Makeovers by Neha Assar


Anaheim, CA Indian Wedding by Avec Lumiere Productions

Today, we set sail to steamy California to witness the highlights of Foram & Hardik's grand Indian wedding! Maharani Foram sure did have the wedding of her dreams as we will see. The bash was overflowing with taste and heartwarming love, the kind of love that gets stronger when everything is possible to celebrate it. So if the celebration was incredibly grand, imagine the size of their devotion! Our ravishing bride was looking out of this world for the long-awaited nuptials with a magnificent mehndi design by Hinal's Beauty Studio. For the main ceremony, she rocked an extremely gorgeous coral lengha with details in gold that matched with Raja Hardik's stylish champagne sherwani. We are absolutely loving this duo's energy and the color palette chosen for the spree. So beautiful! After a rollercoaster of emotions during the union, the newlyweds and guests knew it was time to party, so dancing, fun and lots of smiles were expected. The awe-inspiring couple came out looking amazing, like two shooting stars about to travel the skies together. Our bride was wearing a deep blue lengha with tones in silver and grey and I just can't believe how beautiful the whole ensemble was. Want to see in detail what went on? Hit play below and relieve Foram & Hardik's magical day, thanks to Avec Lumiere Productions.


Get your inspiration going, ladies! Stick around for more. 

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Mehndi Artists: Hinal's Beauty Studio | Photography: Greycard Photography | Cinematography: Avec Lumiere Productions | Ceremony Venue: Delta by Marriott | Reception Venue: Delta by Marriott | Planning & Design: Blue Lotus Insights | Floral & Decor: Shawna Yamamoto Event Design | Hair & Makeup: Drea Makeup | Catering: Mantra | Catering: Jay Bharat | DJs: Ali and Ajay | Bridal Fashions: AsoPalav | Cakes & Treats: Beverly's Best Bakery | Cake & Treats: Tasty Temptations Catering | Event Designer: Blue Lotus Insights | Lighting: Ali and Ajay


Springfield, PA Indian Wedding by SWAT Films

Hello, ladies! I'm ecstatic about today's lovely wedding taking place at the wonderful grounds of the Springfield Country Club. We are setting the bar high since Aura Events and Entertainment was behind the planning and design of Dipna & Atit's fete and I'm ready to relive it with you thanks to SWAT Films. The moment I hit play I knew this was going to be a wonderful experience, I found myself in an oasis surrounded by white flowers and gorgeous greenery dripping from the ceiling, what a view! And then, I'm swept off my feet when I saw lovely Dipna, beautified by Flawless Beauty by Pauline, donning a deep blue lengha that I've only seen in my dreams! I'm in love with Dipna & Atit's outfits, matching so adoringly. And this is just the beginning, the celebration continued and guests dined Benares Restaurant & Catering's delicacies and closed the feast with Rollin Below 0's treats! Let's escape into this magical union together, join me by hitting play!

Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!

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Hair & Makeup: Flawless Beauty by Pauline | Planning & Design: Aura Events and Entertainment | Venues: Springfield Country Club | Catering: Benares Restaurant & Catering | Cakes & Treats: Rollin Below 0 | Cinematographer: SWAT Films | Photographer: Zee Anna Photography | Mehndi and Vidhi Venue: Cedar Gardens Banquet | Floral & Decor: Design House Decor | Sangeet Makeup: DivayBMakeup | Sangeet Hair: Dhruti Patel | Paan Station: Mr.Paanwala | Baraat Dhol: Bollywood DJs Entertainment | DJ: Bollywood DJs Entertainment


New York, NY Indian Sikh Wedding by S.Snapz Weddings

Raman & Jasmine sure know how to throw a big-time celebration, and what's bigger than the day you get married to your significant other? Ravishing colors, glamour and joyful faces are not absent from our next featured film, beautifully crafted by the talented cameras of S.Snapz Weddings. Be ready for a visual treat. From the ceremony at the Garden State Sikh Association Gurudwara in New York to the over the top elegant reception at the Terrace on the Park, not a single detail is lost of our couple's beginning of their journey together. The beautiful maharani's look was in the hands of the talented BEAUT by FAR, who as you will see, went the extra mile with her art. Of course, we can not forget about the silent witnesses that with their beauty, decorate every single celebration of love there is. The flowers and decoration were on Mandap Milap's control and they took everyone into a scented and colorful voyage with their designs. So what are you waiting for? Come take a look into Raman & Jasmine's amazing days of celebration.

See you Maharanis on our next featured wedding! 

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Photography: The Visual Couture Weddings | Hair & Makeup: BEAUT by FAR | Cinematography: The Visual Couture Weddings | Sangeet Venue: Royal Albert's Palace | Ceremony Venue: Garden State Sikh Association Gurudwara | Reception Venue: Terrace on the Park | Floral & Decor: Mandap Milap | Hair & Makeup: Glow by Affan | DJ: Dj USA Events | Cake & Treats: Dortoni Bakery


Iceland Indian Wedding Introduction Film by Mir Anwar Studios

Mir Anwar Studios is delighting us today with a wonderful film coming to you from Iceland! Kiran & Anil traveled to the wonderful lands full of greenery and spectacular views to create a magical video which perfectly reflects their personalities and relationship! If you want something unique and out of the box, Iceland is definitely THE place to go, the Solheimasandur Plane Crash and Skogafoss Waterfall are just a couple of the beautiful locations our lovebirds visited and created a memorable film. Looking picture perfect and glamorous while walking through the vast lands of Iceland sounds impossible but our duo managed to stay sharp and without a single hair out of place! Rocking fabulous outfits, Kiran & Anil added the perfect pop of color to contrast with a striking background and the result is simply amazing! Hit play and enjoy our adventurous couple's masterpiece!

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Anil and I went to high school together. We've known each other as acquaintances for many years. However, he was just the boy across the lunch room that I thought was cute. Eventually, we both parted ways after high school and were re introduced by our two best friends that were dating. Our friends, Dolly and Jiffin set us up one night as we were both out for drinks. We exchanged numbers, and it went from there. I knew Anil was the one when we planned our first out of state trip to D.C. and we planned a bike ride to all the monuments. I told him I don't know how to ride a bike (which, I still don't), and he brought a bike to my house to teach me. While he was teaching me, I was freaking out with this fear I'm going to fall and probably break a few bones. But, he looked at me and told me "I have you, you won't fall trust me." And in that moment, I knew he was the one I could trust. Something in his voice that day told me, this man will always have my back. 
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
My cousins planned a trip on labour day weekend to rent a house out in Austin, Texas. My family had met Anil at this point, and told me to bring him so they can get to know him better. Of course, I had no idea Anil had set this entire trip himself. The night of arrival all my cousins were hanging out in this Airbnb when my brother in law tripped on the stairs and shattered his ankle our first night. Anil had plans to propose the next day and I'm sure he was panicking at this point. After spending the entire night in the Emergency Room we headed home the next morning. We had plans for a boating trip the next afternoon that I was not up for. All my cousins we're adamant we still go and I thought they were insane. So we headed onto this boat, with my brother in law who is in crutches by the way. As we're on this boat we pull into this area on the lake that is secluded and I see another boat of people holding up posters. I look at them and think to myself, "who gets on a boat and parties with poster signs?" Pulling up closer to these lunatics, I realize those lunatics are my best friends holding signs that have a list of all our "firsts" together. The last poster, stated "September 5th, when you said Yes." I saw the poster and began to cry. Anil called my name, and he was on one knee. My cousins were in the back holding another sign asking me to marry him. I still cannot believe Anil had my closest friends and family in that moment with me on the water. It was literally the sweetest and most thoughtful proposal ever. I do think I would of caught onto all of these hints if my brother in law had not landed up in the ER that night. But, I think that made this weekend even better!
 
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 was a full time student when I planned my wedding, trying to finished my MSN degree. However, I did not want to use a wedding planner. I wanted to hand select everything for our wedding. I am big on colors, details, and specifics. When choosing my outfit I wanted it to be different from outfits I have seen in the past. I did not want to chose the typical colors or designs. I hand designed my entire outfit with the help of Panache by Sharmeen and inspiration from Manish Malhotra. Our wedding did not include a reception, and we had one major event which was our Sangeet. I wanted to make sure our Sangeet had vibes of a party theme and a reception all at once. This image was hard to make come alive. I proposed the two ideas to Arshad with Blink Decor and we sat in multiple meetings to make this idea come to life. I wanted a flower bed above our dance floor that was full, and a stage with our DJ on top of it. I tried to design stages and things outside of the norm. I did not want to have a typical wedding with the bride and groom on the stage, where we would get stuck taking pictures all night. So the best way to opt out that was removing the stage and replacing it for a large DJ booth that was 16 feet high. Lastly, the one mistake I made from our engagement party was not knowing how I wanted my hair and make up done. I allowed my artist at that time to paint my face however they wanted. This time I wanted a very natural look that still made me look like ME. I wanted to look elegant but still with glowing bride appearance. 
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
With my skin tone finding a color that looked great was truly difficult. I ended up choosing a color that my designer stated "no one would ever pick this color." After our wedding was done, multiple people asked me how I even thought of this color. I honestly chose the color because I had a dress from a store that was that color. Every time I wear that dress, I get a compliment on how well it suits my skin tone. Based off that, I picked my wedding dress color. I know that is bizarre but it worked out. 
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part of the planning process was the multiple dinners we would have at my house to plan our events. I think the time I got to spend with my parents and friends while planning are some of the best memories I have. It is those memories that we still talk about. 
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our guests loved two things the most. One being our decor because it stood out and was very different from what they had ever seen. Secondly, they loved our engagement highlight video which we shot in Iceland with our amazing photographer/videographer Mir Anwar.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Yes, the day of our nikkah Anil came to pick me up from house. When I walked out my house and up to him, he was in tears. I had never thought my husband would be the one to tear up and be that excited to marry me. That walk up to him and his voice trembling still gives me up goosebumps. 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
1. Take a moment every day of your wedding to step back and take in your surroundings. This time is such a joyous one, that you forget to take it all in. 
2. Do not be picky about every little detail. I told my vendors what I wanted and took a step back. I realized that me being laid back and trusting them with their work was the best thing I could have done. Our vendors loved us, and we had a great relationship with them which had them going above and beyond for us. 
3. Appreciate your friends and family as much during the wedding because it wouldn't be as great without any of them.
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
One thing we also did that was out of the norm was we decided to not keep cake. We realized, we barely eat the cake at any wedding so we opted for an ice cream bar instead! It was a great concept and people loved it since it was a summer wedding.

 

See you tomorrow, ladies!

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Photography: Mir Anwar Studios | Cinematography: Mir Anwar Studios | Planning & Design: Blink Decor and DJs | Floral & Design: Blink Decor and DJs | DJs: Blink Decor and DJs


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