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Perry Hall, Maryland Sikh Wedding by Virdee Films Photo-Video

Happy Wednesday, Maharanis! Are you ready to revisit one of the love stories that we loved the most? We know you are! So, let's not wait anymore and enjoy this cinematographic delight captured by Virdee Films Production. Manjeet & Harman's wedding celebration already featured in this awesome gallery, and we all loved it so much as it was a breath of fresh air during the most crucial times of the ongoing pandemic. Back in January, Maharani Manjeet planned her wedding down to the smallest detail. However, the emergence of COVID-19 called for an unexpected change of plans. Two weekends before Manjeet & Harman's, the lockdown started, and this lovely couple had two options. They could postpone the wedding until a later unknown date or make the best of an unfortunate situation and celebrate their love with an intimate wedding celebration. Thankfully, they chose the second option, and oh boy, they had a wedding to remember! Instead of postponing the wedding date, they moved it one week ahead of what they had initially planned and united their lives in marriage through an intimate ceremony hosted at the Perry Hall - Maryland. And we know that planning a wedding ceremony is not easy, let alone under the current conditions they were facing. However, RJ Best Events took the challenge and orchestrated a magical wedding that everyone loved! All of this, while still managing to comply with the safety measurements regarding social distancing. How amazing is that! Our lovely  Maharani looked drop-dead gorgeous on her big day thanks to Glow By Herneet, who took care of her beauty needs. And we were dying to share today's film with all of you as it is a celebration of love and proof that love can face all sorts of challenges and still prevail. So, make sure to click the play icon below and get ready to enjoy it. We're sure it is going to take your breath away!

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
He added me on IG 2 years prior but never messaged me. Finally 2 years later he messaged me on Instagram and we finally met each other a few months after messaging/talking on the phone. After getting to know each other, we discovered so many similarities between us amd our family. I slowly fell for him without knowing it, so when he popped the question, it was a no brainer for me.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We were talking on the phone and he just asked me slickly, in the middle of a conversation, after I realized what he asked me, I of course 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 was avoiding planning the wedding for a month and a half but I would stress about not having it done. One Saturday morning in January I sat down and called and booked decorators, MUA, film/video, DJ. I met the DJ and videographer/photographer at the Dulhan Expo in NJ in December 2019 so that made it a little easier. Just as I thought I was in the home stretch, COVID-19 had other plans for our wedding! 2 weekends before we were supposed to get married (3/28/2020), we had to make the decision to postpone until a later unknown date, or we could make the best of an unfortunate situation. We decided to move the wedding up to 3/21/2020- one week ahead, and move the venue to my parents house. I ended up planning the whole wedding again, in 3 hours!

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I always wanted our clothes to stand out- not be the typical red for the bride, and ivory for the groom. I had my magenta salwar kameez made from Punjab from a boutique. And I pushed my husband to wear a blue sherwani, which was also made in Punjab, India.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The best part was meeting the vendors! I am a very sociable person, so I loved the interactions between my family and the vendors. And although I had to make numerous phone calls to each vendor to change the plans, it was an enjoyable experience!

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
The 60 guests we were allowed to have at our house (gathering limitations in place due to COVID19) loved the traditional feel they got from our wedding. They loved the simplicity yet elegance of having a wedding within our own home.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The very first time I saw my husband which was when I walked down the aisle for the jai mala ceremony. Everything else is a blur!

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.
The bridesmaids had a dance planned, which unfortunately they couldn't perform due to the restrictions in place, I only had one of my bridesmaids at the wedding. We had to make a lot of the decor ourself as the big decorations weren't able to fit in our house, they were meant for our banquet hall.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
You can plan and plan and plan, but stuff always comes up (maybe not as big as a pandemic virus). Instead of focusing on how to get what you planned, always have a back up plan and be optimistic. Sometimes last minute plans are the best!

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
My mehndi lady was choosen a few months ahead of time and she was absolutely pleasant- Shazia in Gaithersburg, MD. Decorations were done by RJ best events in Towson, MD. My MUA was a family friend, and none other than GlowbyHerneet.

We hope you've loved today's film as much as we did. If you want to check more inspiring love stories, make sure to join us tomorrow!

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Photography: Virdee Films Production | Cinematography: Virdee Films Production | Planning & Design: RJ Best Events | Ceremony Venue: Perry Hall - Maryland | Sangeet Venue: Bride & Groom's House | Planning & Design: Bride & Groom | Hair & Makeup: Glow By Herneet | Catering: India Palace Maryland | Bridal Jewelry: From Punjab - India | Mehndi Artist: Henna By Shazia | Mehndi Artist: PrettyNeatBeauty


Somerset, NJ Indian Wedding by Daniel Ward Videography

Good morning, ladies! Are you ready to be enchanted by today's filmy? I bet you are! Today we are heading down to Somerset, NJ, to unveil the charm and beauty that surrounded Jaya & Sunil's wedding celebration. To begin this magical journey, let me take you to the beautiful outdoors of The Marigold, the venue chosen by our lovebirds to tie the knot! It was a spectacular wedding ceremony thoroughly planned and designed by Urvashi Mishra, Wedding & Event Planner. They made sure to fill the marvelous garden with floral arrangements and ornaments that every single eye enjoyed. Jaya, our gorgeous Maharani, walked down the aisle, impressing everyone with a royal look that enhanced her natural beauty. Just lovely! So big kudos to  Makeup by Anita, who was the mastermind behind this ravishing look. Such talent! Once the wedding ceremony concluded, a phenomenal wedding reception started. To turn this gala into a real party, our friends from Amplifire Entertainment played their fantastic beats, making everyone dance the night away. We should highlight the delicious food prepared by Chand Palace. It was exquisite! Hit the play icon down below to relive this celebration thanks to the visual masterpiece by Daniel Ward Videography!

We have more prepared for you. Visit us tomorrow. I know you will love it!

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Catering: Chand Palace | Hair & Makeup: Makeup by Anita | Planning & Design: Urvashi Mishra, Wedding & Event Planner | DJ: Amplifire Entertainment | Venues: The Marigold | Floral & Decor: Wedding Design | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: AATMA performance | Cinematography: Daniel Ward Videography | Mehndi Artist: Mehndibyanuja | Groom's Outfit: Manish Malhotra - Shyamal Bhumika -Tarun Tahiliani | Bride's outfit: Deepali Shah - Rabani and Rakha | Photography: Manish and Sung Photography


Jaipur, India Indian Wedding by Twogether Studios

Happy Thursday, Maharanis! Are you ready for a new filmy time? I bet you are! This is a special day as we are double featuring the magical wedding celebration between Anoushka & Sagar. You will be amazed by the phenomenal talent from Twogether Studios, who took every detail, intimate moment and emotion, and created a breathtaking gallery. And on this installment, we are pleased to present to you their visual masterpiece. So grab your passport because we are taking you to Jaipur, India. Many memories were built at this magical celebration hosted at the exclusive Jaipur Marriott Hotel, the ideal venue chosen by our lovebirds to host their pre-wedding parties and their outdoor ceremony. Everything that we can dream of a wedding in India, we can find it at this phenomenal celebration, where everyone had a blast! You can relive all of these details by hitting the play icon below. If you are in the pursuit of inspiration, you are in the right place as today's event will blow your mind with many ideas that will help you plan your dreamed wedding day. I bet you will love this event as much as we did. So get ready to be amazed by the below film filled with tons of emotions. 

Don't forget to visit us tomorrow for a new filmy! 

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Sangeet & Ceremony Venue: Jaipur Marriott Hotel | Reception Venue: Taj Land - Mumbai | Planning & Design: All That Jazz | Hair & Makeup: Saniya Shahdadpuri | Catering: All That Jazz | Bridal Fashion: Manish Malhotra | Cinematography: Twogether Studios | Event Designer: All That Jazz | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: All That Jazz | Lighting: All That Jazz | Transportation: All That Jazz | Travel Concierge: All That Jazz | Photography: Twogether Studios


Snow Hill, MD Indian Fusion Wedding by Lightyear Studio

Good morning, Maharanis! We are beginning a new phenomenal week, and along with it, a new filmy time is here! So get ready to be amazed by all the beauty overflowing from Sonal & Patrick's big wedding festivities. The ceremonies held at the marvelous Kyland Barn and also at the exclusive Castle Farm Inc were out of this world. Yes, this celebration had two beautiful ceremonies that left everyone speechless. You will love how two different cultures and families gather to celebrate the promise of eternal love of their favorite ones. If this love story sounds familiar is because we have previously presented you this magical celebration thanks to the photos captured by Lightyear Studio, which you can relive here. The beauty from Sonal delighted everyone, especially by the mehndi art that Bhavna’s Henna and Arts created for her. We can't conclude this post without mentioning the amazing reception party held at Castle Farm Inc. Everyone enjoyed the phenomenal beats from Luxe Event Entertainment, who turned this gala into a marvelous and memorable party. It was the best way to conclude this celebration. So don't think twice and click the play icon below. I know that you will enjoy this visual masterpiece created by Lightyear Studio. It is mindblowing!

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Patrick and I met during our first year of dental school in Boston, MA. We were just casual friends until we went on our first date during our third year. I realized he was the man I was going to marry when we did long distance for a year after dental school - I was doing my residency in North Carolina and he was stationed in Maryland as a dentist in the Army. Going in, we were both nervous about long-distance, but we drove to each other every other weekend and the year was done before we knew it. I know long distance is hard, but this felt like a breeze!
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I was obsessed with dark green and gold as the overall color scheme for the wedding so I decided to have a dress designed in those colors. A lot of my friends and cousins sent me various dress styles and I fell in love with this dark green, gold, and pink floral lehenga. My cousin in India had her tailor recreate a similar version of the dress in silk (yes, I did pick out the silk in India over video chat). The blouse was hand-embroidered and I was insistent that it has a high neck so I could wear a long necklace with it - I had this vision in my mind and I wasn't quite sure how it would turn out. It took about 4 months once the tailor started making it but once it was done, my cousin refused to let me see it over WhatsApp because she wanted it to be a surprise. My brother brought it back from India just a couple of weeks before the wedding. I saw it and tried it on for the first time one week before my wedding and IT.WAS.PERFECTION.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part was making wedding decisions with each other. We worked really well together (for the most part, haha) and I feel like I had a 50-50 partner throughout the whole process, making it much more efficient and stress-free than it could've been. We had less than a year to plan our 3-day celebration and I don't think I could have managed it without Pat's help and support.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our guests absolutely loved the venues we chose on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. The Grah Shanti/Peethi and Mehndi/Sangeet were at Kylan Barn in Delmar, MD. It's a barn-style wedding venue complete with a tractor, a pond, and string lights everywhere. Our Hindu wedding, American wedding, and reception were at Castle Farm in Snow Hill, MD, which is a breathtaking Andalusian equestrian farm turned wedding venue, horses and all. Both locations are very non-traditional for an Indian wedding and that's what made it unique and enchanting. Patrick's guests also really enjoyed experiencing different cultural events and food. And of course, EVERYONE loved the extensive open bar on Friday and Saturday nights.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
In addition to my moments with Patrick, my most memorable moment was being in the limo with my mom, my sister, my brother and the bridesmaids right before the American wedding ceremony started. The amount of love, excitement, and support packed into that vehicle was overwhelming and everything was perfect in that moment... not to mention the part where my mom (who doesn't drink) started popping champagne bottles and filling up everyone's flutes.
 
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 bridal henna was done by Bhavna Naik. She does fusion henna, incorporating the bride and groom's personal stories with traditional henna designs. I sent her the details on how Patrick and I met, our personal interests, our families, etc. and she put together a custom design incorporating my favorite designs. She even did a one hour consultation with me to go over all of this information and sent me sketches along the way to show her progress. I especially loved the Boston and Annapolis skylines which showed where we started and where we ended up. Everyone was in awe at how beautiful and intricate my design was.
 
Both of our venues had their own natural beauty and lots of greenery so Pat and I really wanted that to stand out. We decided to pick decor that wouldn't overshadow this element. Our pre-wedding events were vibrant with colorful drapes, decorated animal figurines, matlas, and floor cushions. Our wedding venue had more simple and elegant decor with ivory, muted gold, and light peach/pink tones to complement the green all around. To go with this theme, I opted for a naked cake with some florals with the same light hues.
 
Since Pat and I love horses and we were getting married at a venue that's all about horses, I figured, what better way to do our vidaai than in a horse carriage? He finally gave in to this whim of mine and it truly was magical.
 
The owner of Castle Farm custom-made the mandap for us because I wanted it to be made of wood. Our florist, Autumn decorated it based on pictures that I shared with her of what I envisioned. When I saw it walking out on my wedding day, it was exactly as elegant and graceful as I had pictured it.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
The things I took away from the process are:
-Don't try to do it all yourself. Remember to delegate to people who know how to get the job done.
-Be on the same page as your partner and make sure your vision is the same.
-Take one day every week where you don't work on any wedding-related activities.
-Try to minimize any last-minute changes/additions because it will only add more stress when what you really need to do is relax!
-Make sure a few other people know the entire plan for the weekend, inside and out. You'll be so busy that you won't have time to troubleshoot anything when the big weekend comes.
-Once you're there, just enjoy it and let the small stuff go!
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
Catering
Friday AM/PM: Mother's Catering (Maryland)
Saturday AM/PM: Moghul Hospitality Group (NJ)
 
DJ: Luxe Event Entertainment (Philadelphia)
 
Photography/Videography: Lightyear Studio (Philadelphia)
 
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Friday Night Mehndi/Sangeet: Monica Virga Cosmetics (Philadelphia)
Saturday Hindu and American Wedding: Mala Amin - Makeup By Mala (Maryland)
 
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Guest Henna: Mala Amin (Maryland)
Bridal Henna: Bhavna Naik - Bhavna's Henna & Arts (Maryland)
 
Decoration Coordinator: Mukesh Kashiwala (NJ)
 
Indian Wedding Priest: Pandit Vimal Raval (NJ)
 
Florist: Autumn Farber - Bleached Butterfly (Maryland)
 
String Instruments: The String Poets (Maryland)
 
Cake: Kristine Jones - Cakes by Krissy
 

Make sure to stick around, we have a phenomenal story prepared for you tomorrow!

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Mehndi Artists: Bhavna’s Henna and Arts | Sangeet Venue: Kyland Barn | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Castle Farm Inc | DJ: Luxe Event Entertainment | Cinematography: Lightyear Studio | Photography: Lightyear Studio | Floral & Decor (Decoration Coordinator): Mukesh Kashiwala | Floral & Decor (Florist): Autumn Farber - Bleached Butterfly | Cake & Treats: Kristine Jones - Cakes by Krissy | Live Music (String Instruments): The String Poets | Mehndi Artist (Guest Henna): Mala Amin - Makeup by Mala


Grand Rapids, MI Sikh Fusion Wedding by Syan Video Productions

Good morning, Maharanis! The filmy time of the day is here, and as always, we have a shot of inspiration prepared for you. Today we are double featuring Jasdeep & Paramdeep's fusion wedding, so we will be able to enjoy all the beauty surrounding their wedding celebration. To begin this journey, we must say that our lovely duo chose to host their pre-wedding celebrations at the Crowne Plaza Grand Rapids. Followed by their wedding ceremony at the Grand Rapid Gurudwara Sahib, and to conclude their magical journey, the wedding reception was hosted at the exclusive Trillium Event Center. Let me tell you that everything was perfectly trimmed and organized by the talented crew from Formatic Events, who took it to a higher level and created our lovebird's dreamed wedding. Just splendid! You will love the way two families and cultures gathered together and became one to celebrate the eternal love of their favorite ones. Today you can enjoy every single detail from this wedding by visiting this awesome gallery. And if this is not enough, you can be delighted by the visual masterpiece below, both creations from Syan Video Productions, who captured every intimate moment of this event. So don't think twice and click the play icon below. I bet you will be amazed!

Please visit us tomorrow for a new film. I know you will be inspired!

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Sangeet Venue: Crowne Plaza Grand Rapids | Ceremony Venue: Grand Rapid Gurudwara Sahib | Reception Venue: Trillium Event Center | Planning & Design: Formatic Events | Floral & Decor: Formatic Events | Hair & Makeup: Noor Painters | DJ: DJ Epic | Baraat: DJ Epic | Bridal Fashion: From India | Bridal Jewelry: From India | Cake & Treats: Family | Cinematography: Syan Video Productions | Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling: Noor Painters | Event Designer: Formatic Events | Favors: Formatic Events | Fireworks: DJ Epic | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Formatic Events | Lighting: DJ Epic | Mehndi Artist: Family | Photography: Syan Video Productions


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