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Little Elm, TX Fusion Wedding by Daniel K. Films

A symphony of romance and artistry unfolded on the blissful day when Tincy & Allan intertwined in divine unison at St. Mary's Malankara Orthodox ChurchBelle Décor did a fantastic job of making their vision come to life with the flowers and decor. Tzahhia from Keestone Events had great recommendations for picking the right vendors, leading the day into an orchestrated ballet of mesmerizing instances. The experts at Hello Flawless Artistry transformed Tincy into a stunning beauty with their exceptional artistry skills. Since their theme was around Royalty plus the King and Queen look, they chose Knotting Hill Place for the reception. The offerings of Yelibelly Chocolate & Sugar Bee Sweets Bakery melted in mouths, a sweet testament to the unutterable love between our charming couple. The melodic tunes conjured by DJ Riz Entertainment, the dance of emotions and expressions wove a tapestry that lingered in every heart. Invitations by Leyco Lettering bore witness to this consecration of love, with a custom monogram of 'TA' with the royal look. Amour Langue LLC seamlessly transported every soul through a journey where time and space bowed to the unutterable affection gracing the atmosphere. Every corner and glance was a portrayal of love, rendered timeless by Daniel K. Films, whose lenses captured not just the imagery but the silent whispers of the soul, the untethered laughter, and the quiet reflections of infinite affection.

How did you meet your Groom, and when did you know he was "the one"?
Tincy’s Version: Our first meeting was very unexpected and magical as we met at a store where I used to work. I vividly remember Allan walking into the store, and I glanced my eyes into him, thinking how handsome he was. Once we started talking, I got even more attracted to him. We started having small talk first, and then, as the topic of college came up, he asked me to come to the college he was going to as I was planning to join another college. His gesture made me feel special, and I felt something different about him. I think it was love at first sight! As cliché as it sounds, our love story had a happy ending as we ended up getting married after 7 long years of friendship and dating. I still cherish him and our precious relationship and believe it was destiny that made him come to the store that day. I always joke about our first meeting as, “You came here to buy Samosas, but you got this Golgappa instead.”

Allan's version: I believe our initial meeting was just like a Hollywood/Bollywood love story, as I first saw Tincy at a store near my home. She used to work as a cashier, and one fine day, my mom decided to stop by to get some snacks as we heard they offered some great samosas and other Indian dishes. As soon as I saw her, there was a spark or just a different feeling altogether. Maybe this is what is known as love at first sight. We started having a conversation, and since she was in the middle of deciding on which college to go to, I was trying to lure her to the college I was going to. After stepping out of the store, I knew we weren't meant to be friends; there was something more, and the rest is history. We dated for 7 long years, and I still have the same feelings for her to this day.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
It was the best proposal I could ever ask for! It was so romantic and special as he surprised me by renting out the entire space and decorating the place with rose petals, candles, and signs in a heart shape and got down on one knee, popping the ring out after an emotional speech. Obviously, I said yes!! It was the easiest ‘yes’ I have ever said in my life. I adore the ring he proposed to me with as he custom-made it just for me, and yes, he did a great job! We celebrated our precious moment with his friends over champagne and took some great pictures to cherish the sweet memories forever. It was such a magical moment that I will cherish for my lifetime.

Tell us how you went about planning your wedding and your overall experience with the Venues, Hair and makeup, Outfits, Decor Theme, and all of the other important details.
The overall experience was nothing but beautiful, tiring, definitely stressful, and worth every moment. The best decision we made was to hire a wedding planner full-time since Allan works full-time and is getting his master's program done, and I am studying for my doctorate in therapy school. Tzahhia, our wedding planner, was the absolute best; she made the whole process seamless, as the main thing for any wedding is to have the right vendors and contacts. Tzahhia and her firm (Keestone Events) had great recommendations for picking the right vendors.
Since our theme was around Royalty plus the King and queen look, we wanted our venue to match that. We didn't want to go for the usual hotel banquet hall, so we came across Knotting Hill Place, which is a huge castle and basically represents what we were looking for. It was so beautiful and perfect for our big day.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I had 2 wedding dresses: a wedding gown for the church ceremony and a lehenga for the reception. My wedding dress was magical, with a beautiful mermaid-style laced gown with a long train and long veil, which was perfect for the church ceremony. For the reception, I wanted something royal as that was our wedding theme. I chose to go with the maroon velvet material with golden Zardozi metal jumkha embroidery and stones throughout the lehenga, which made it look rich, elegant, and royal, the perfect one for our wedding! Initially, I wanted something in pastel color but ended up choosing the maroon lehenga, which I fell in love with.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The best part about planning our wedding was the excitement of our big day and the opportunity we had to spend time with each other a whole lot in each and every process. We both cherish those moments a lot, whether it’s visiting multiple venues for the reception, reviewing each and every vendor recommended, and taste-testing the items we wanted. It was special to do it together. We were also blessed to have an amazing wedding planner, Tzahhia, and we had an instant click/bond, which helped the whole process seem easier than it looked. The sync-ups with her were great, and we still miss having those sessions along with her.
Also, I would like to highlight 1 thing: during most of the wedding planning process, it’s usually the brides that handle or take control of most of the things needed. But in our case, it was the opposite; Allan was equally involved in every step of the way and, at times, used to handle most of the meetings with the vendor or wedding planner while I was busy with classes/exams. This was such a loving gesture and something I admire about him a lot.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
I believe our reception venue at Knotting Hill Place and the theme/décor of the event was such a standout. We still receive a lot of compliments and questions about inspirations or vendors we used to have our wedding showcased that way. I believe this was the most unique, royal, and beautiful decor that we have seen till now, it definitely was way above our expectations. And the venue itself has the royal castle vibe, which is unique by itself compared to having it at a hotel or resort. Most of our guests had a lot of inquiries about the venue to host other events there.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Aside from the whole day itself, I believe Allan’s surprise gift was the most special moment for me. Since I love to include a lot of flower decorations, as you can see in our lovely pictures, I wanted to have a ceiling halo filled with flowers. But when I heard the price of the following, it was insanely expensive, and I didn’t move forward with it. Allan always loves to surprise me with a lot of gifts and goes above and beyond to get stuff done, and he did just that. Without my knowledge, he worked with our wedding planner to get the ceiling halo with a lot of flowers and kept it a secret until the wedding day. When the hall was revealed to us, I was shocked and surprised as it was the most beautiful thing that I’ve seen in my life. It made me feel so loved and wholesome (this moment is captured in our video highlight and pictures).

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.
In terms of the décor, we wanted it to be a Royal theme with the look and feel of a King & Queen (Allan always wanted this, King AJ). We had a dedicated color palette to match our theme where we would be on the dark shades of the colors chosen, and our immediate family members would be on the lighter. Tzahhia (wedding planner) did a great job in gathering all the information together and creating a presentation that had breakdowns of the colors to be used, the layout of the head table, sweetheart table, tablecloth colors, items needed on each table, and the overall décor of the venue. Since we wanted it to have the King & Queen look, we had specific items related to it, such as crown-shaped candles, gold chairs, throne-style chairs for the bride/groom, cold sparks, and smoke layers for our dance performances. Since I love to have a lot of flowers incorporated, we had it included on every table, and every flower was fresh/live. The flowers matched our color palette, and Belle Décor (our florist & décor vendor) did an amazing job of making our vision come to life. When creating our invitations, we created our own custom monogram of ‘TA’ with the royal look; our invitation was very classy and had crowns on each page; it basically gave our guests an initial preview of what to expect on our big day. We also included a custom dance floor, which had our monogram highlighted in the middle, which was a standout. I believe our outfits were beautiful as well, as they matched our theme, and we definitely looked like a King & Queen. My lehenga had a lot of custom work and was designed with maroon and gold, and Allan’s maroon Tuxedo complimented it very well.

We had a lot of dance performances by our cousins and relatives, which stole the show. We were very impressed and surprised by the level of work they put in, as everybody was cheering during every performance, and we loved it. Allan and I had a bunch of surprises for each other with our first dance, which was so romantic, and we surprised the crowd with our moves to ‘Naatu Naatu’ and ‘Jimmikki Ponnu.’

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
I have a couple of tips or advice which might help for any Brides-to-be:

BEGIN YOUR WEDDING PLANNING EARLY! You might always think that you would have all the time in the world, but trust me, time really flies super fast when it comes to wedding planning. We are glad that we started a year before, which helped us a lot as there are numerous things to do, from selecting the venue, which in this day and age gets booked really quick, to reviewing vendors, picking the color and theme, and so on. The earlier you start your planning process, the better.

Hire a full-time wedding planner. This was the first thing we did as for a couple who works full-time and goes to school, this is a no-brainer and a lifesaver. Having the right wedding planner goes a long way as they handle basically everything from scheduling sync-ups, providing the top vendors, all communication to the vendor, budget, and everything on the wedding day. We believe it was worth every penny to have a wedding planner on board, so unless you have the time to go through everything yourself, having somebody take the load/stress off your plate is the best way to go.

Teamwork is dreamwork. This isn’t only your wedding, a wedding is about 2 people, the bride and groom. Make sure you include your hubby in the whole process; not only does it help you to get things done, but it also gives you quality time together, and you will feel special, plus a lot more love on your big day. I didn’t have to worry about that as my hubby basically takes care of everything along with me. <3

Join us in celebrating the beginning of more adventures, and may love to continue to inspire us all.

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DJ: DJ Riz Entertainment | Lighting: DJ Riz Entertainment | Ceremony Venue: St. Mary's Malankara Orthodox Church | Reception Venue / Photo Booth: Knotting Hill Place | Planning & Design: Keestone Events | Floral & Decor / Rentals: Belle Décor | Hair & Makeup: Hello Flawless Artistry | Catering: Culinary Art Catering | Cake & Treats: Sugar Bee Sweets Bakery | Cake & Treats: Yelibelly Chocolates | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Leyco Lettering | Transportation: Amour Langue LLC | Photographer: Brant Smith Photography | Cinematography: Daniel K. Films


Florham Park, NJ Indian Wedding by Lightyear Studio

Hi Maharanis! It's Wednesday and to pay tribute to another couple's video, Lightyear Studio tells the story of Kinjal & Shilp's wedding day with a heartfelt cinematic production of selected highlights you will adore. This same-day edit film is spectacular with its aerial shots, pre-wedding events, and lively baraat scenes. Aashirwad Palace offered a unique location for the couple to celebrate a super fun Sangeet that was just the prelude to their wedding day. This dance festival was just the perfect way to inaugurate and officially welcome all their loved ones to their wedding festivities. Early spring days can be chilly, but they can also be one of the most beautiful times of the year. I'm glad these two opted for this lovely season to tied the knot as their big day was just as delightful as a summer day! They ensured all guests stayed cozy as they warmed up the temperature, dancing all the way to the doorsteps of the Brooklake Country Club & Events. The ceremony was backdropped by the rolling green hills and pristine waters of this splendid outdoor space. It was also framed by an adorable open mandap structure that featured bright color flowers that contrasted just perfectly with the silvery sky. Heaters provided warmth for the couple and guests during the many Hindu wedding rituals. In the meantime, their large bridesmaids and groomsmen squad dressed up in deep sky blue ensembles formed a large procession that escorted the newlyweds into their new life. How beautiful! Kinjal looked like the ultimate Maharani in a red cherry bridal lehenga she cleverly combined with a long gold dupatta, and Raja Shilp donned a mint and gold sherwani suit that turned him into a dashing prince. Such a stylish couple! There is no other better way than departing from the ceremony in a luxury car, which is precisely what the new husband and wife did. They added a touch of luxe to their goodbye moment, riding a beautiful red Lamborghini into their happily ever after. Loving these wedding ideas? Get inspired by this film only hit the play button and make them a reality on your wedding day.

 

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We were walking past each other and I tripped. He caught me at the perfect time and we landed in a dip. Time slowed down and the music started serenading. We knew it was love at first sight.

Just kidding! We met the traditional way...on a dating app! After a few dates and a lot of pizza, I knew he was the one when he could out-quote The Office to me. (But he knew sooner!)

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Since we started dating, we had been dreaming about a trip to Ireland together. I had been obsessing over Ireland since my last 3 trips and had wanted to show Shilp the magic. We took an epic trip with our 4 friends driving around the countryside, stopping by tiny pubs and ended at the Cliffs of Moher overlooking the castle on the hill. In that moment, Shilp made my favorite spot in the world even more special by getting down on one knee!

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.
To be honest, we credit Dr Rina Desai, my mom, for planning and re-planning our wedding once it was rescheduled because of Covid! Both our families really chipped in and made this as stress-free as possible. We knew we wanted old-school maharani-style wedding outfits and an organic/rustic, simple feel for the decor. Nirali made our decor vision come to life! Brooklake Country Club and all of the people who work there made it extraordinarily easy to put this together. Rita Suthar my make-up artist (who I've known for 15 years), read my mind for my makeup/hair styling. DJ Gaurav played phenomenal sets that make even dance-challenged people get out on the dance floor. Nathan and his team at Lightyear Studio captured every bit of magic that weekend. This wedding was thanks to our family and all of these people! We know how much they worked to bring this dream to life!

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I always knew I wanted an all red wedding lengha. I went wedding dress shopping with my parents, Shilp and his parents, to try on different fabrics and lengha styles. I landed on a bright red, velvet style based on the richness of the look and the depth of the color. My mom then went to India to for all my wedding outfit shopping as I was unable to go myself.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Since we were forced to scale the event down, the guests who attended were our closest family and friends. We were able to have one on one time with our guests dancing, eating, taking pictures. I think our guests enjoyed the ease and the personal touch we were able to have at each event. Great food and drinks always helps!!

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Our first look was one of our most special moments. When we saw each other for the first time we both just burst out laughing, so happy and excited at the same time, followed by a big warm embrace. We took a breath to fully take in the moment and realize we had made it. We will never forget that.

I also shared a moment with my dad earlier in the morning when he saw me for the first time in my bridal outfit. It was full of emotion and so incredibly special.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
The planning can be long and stressful no matter what size or style of wedding you are having. The one most important piece of advice from us to you is to enjoy the day (or days!). Enjoy the small moments with your family and friends, be present, laugh, take a picture in that photobooth, cheers with your signature cocktail, tear it up on the dance floor (even if your hair gets ruined). The time goes by so fast and the most cherished memories we have are from the times we spent together with our family and friends. Also unlike us, don't forget to eat something more than dessert at the reception!

I'm so happy you could join us and relived Kinjal & Shilp's special day! Thank you so much. Hope to see you tomorrow.

 
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Cinematography: Lightyear Studio | Cinematography: Lightyear Studio | Sangeet Venue: Aashirwad Palace | Ceremony Venue: Brooklake Country Club & Events | Reception Venue: Brooklake Country Club & Events | DJs: Luxe Event Entertainment | Hair and Makeup: Reeta


Atlanta, GA Indian Wedding by Hakim's Studio

Happy Wednesday, beautiful Maharanis! We are in the middle of this lovely week, and as always, we are here to give you a daily dose of inspiration. So get ready to be amazed by the filmy moment of today. I bet you will love it as much as we did, and this is thanks to the enormous talent from Hakims Studio - Photography and Cinematography, who made sure to capture every emotion and intimate moments and created a beautiful visual masterpiece. To begin this journey, let me take you to the grand Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Annunciation, where Angitha & Joby, our lovebirds, made their promise of eternal love. The ceremony was unforgettable and emotive. You will love every single detail of it. I should highlight the special moment when Angitha walked through the aisle, stealing the attention from every single attendee, especially from Raja Joby, who couldn't take his eyes off her. Just lovely. Beauty by Ami's team was responsible for assisting our gorgeous Maharani in all of her beauty needs. Amazing job! Once the ceremony concluded, a phenomenal wedding reception occurred at the exclusive The Westin Atlanta Perimeter North. A perfect evening for a perfect celebration. Today you are invited to relive all of these details by hitting the play icon below. So don't think twice and enjoy this marvelous film. It will melt your heart with tenderness and joy!

Stay tuned for more! We have more prepare for you. 

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Vancouver, BC Sikh Wedding by VanWeddings Inc.

Good morning, beauty queens! How is your week going so far? I bet it is going great! And it is going to get even better after you take a peek at today's featured wedding because it is one for the books. Natasha & Sukrit's wedding festivities overflowed with so much beauty and traditional flair that it is inevitable to get tons of inspiring ideas while looking at it. So let's wait no more and get ready to enjoy today's feature! If the name of this lovely couple sounds familiar, it is because we already showcased their wedding in this jaw-dropping gallery by VanWeddings Inc. Still, there was so much more to admire that we are re-visiting it via this mesmerizing film also captured by VanWeddings Inc. Planned and designed by Sandy Pandher Special Events, this entire celebration was an ode to beauty and perfection. From the enchanting decor by Koncept Event Design to our gorgeous Maharani's glamorous looks through the different ceremonies, today's film packs every exquisite detail of this wedding bash. For the Sikh ceremony held at the Gurdwara Nanak Niwas, our gorgeous Maharani looked like a goddess thanks to the fabulous makeup and hairstyle by Denise Dinh and the fashionable outfit by Rimple & Harpreet Narula. And we cannot forget about the lovely Mehndi design by Sonika's Henna Art. After the ceremony, all guests celebrated along with the newlyweds in a luxurious reception party hosted at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver. For this closing gala, Natasha wore an exquisite outfit designed by Sabyasachi and danced the night away to the beats of Decibel Entertainment. Hands down, the best way to bring the wedding festivities to an end. Ladies, get ready to dive into this real-life fairytale by clicking play below. Today's film is one you don't want to miss!

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Sukrit and I were introduced to each other through family. After chatting on the phone and FaceTiming for a month, we decided to meet in person and hit it off right away! Sukrit has an incredible sense of humour, which immediately drew me in. I knew that whatever ups and downs we would go through in life, if I had him by my side I would never stop smiling!

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Sukrit planned a trip to Turks and Caicos, a destination that I had been dreaming of travelling to for many years. During our trip we had so many adventures, including paddle boarding, parasailing, ATVing, and Island hopping! For the proposal, he arranged a beautiful private dinner for us on the beach. He got down on one knee, and 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 am very grateful to my mom for putting together the wedding of my dreams. Since I'm in residency, and Sukrit was working full-time, we had to put full faith in our parents to plan the perfect wedding. I am from BC so it was important for me to have my wedding in Vancouver. We also wanted to highlight BC's natural beauty, so we kept our mendhi and Mayan functions outdoors. I've always loved fairytales since I was a little girl, so for the Reception I knew I wanted the decor to represent old-world romance, with lots of rich hues, such as Red. Our house decor also drew on romantic themes, with lots of florals and pastels. We built a clear dance floor on top of our swimming pool with LED lights which looked incredible!

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
For my wedding, I knew I wanted to wear Red and be more of a traditional bride. I visited the Rimple and Harpreet Naurla boutique in Delhi and they were able to design a lengha that matched my vision. I kept my hair and makeup simple and elegant so that my outfit could stand out. For the reception I decided to go with a gold Sabyasachi lengha that was more contemporary. Since I was more formal for my wedding day, I wanted to wear my hair down for the reception so that I could dance and have fun!

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part was dance practices for the Sangeet. Anisha (@twirling_moments) was able to create truly spectacular performances, and it was so fun to be able to dance with my family and friends!

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
I think our guests really enjoyed our Sangeet. We had many performances by family that were very entertaining, and we were lucky to have Malkit Singh perform live at the Sangeet.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Probably dancing on stage with Malkit Singh at the Sangeet. We grew up listening to his music and to have him there performing was very surreal. He put on an amazing show and we danced the night away!

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.
House decor: enchanted forest, very girly, lots of lilacs/purples and very romantic.
Aquarius Art was able to create really different looks for each event. My favourite look would have to be for my Mayan. We kept the makeup and hair really simple, and I wore a flower crown in my hair to complement the florals in my Ritu Kumar outfit.

That is all for today, darlings. See you tomorrow for more!

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Sangeet Venue: Croatian Cultural Centre | Ceremony Venue: Gurdwara Nanak Niwas | Reception Venue: Fairmont Hotel Vancouver | Planning & Design: Sandy Pandher Special Events | Floral & Decor: Koncept Event Design | Hair & Makeup: Denise Dinh | Catering: Savoury City Catering & Events | DJ: Decibel Entertainment | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: Malkit Singh Golden Star | Reception Outfit: Sabyasachi | Cake & Treats: Joconde Patisserie | Cinematography: VanWeddings Inc | Wedding Outfit: Rimple & Harpreet Narula | Mehndi Outfit: Anushree Reddy | Sangeet Outfit: Suneet Varma | Mayan Outfit: Ritu Kumar | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Ravish Kapoor | Mehndi Artist: Sonika's Henna Art | Transportation: PSAV | Tuxedos: Tom Ford | Linens: Debut Event Design | Tables: Pedersen's Event Rentals | LED Bar: A&B Partytime Rentals Ltd. | Portrait Studio: Onyx LED Floor | Choreography: Twirling Moments | Photography: VanWeddings Inc


Parsippany-Troy Hills, NJ Styled Photoshoot by Saroj Studios

Hello there, ladies! If you are starting to plan your wedding, today's featured film is right for you! This time, we are heading off to the Sheraton Parsippany to enjoy a Styled Shoot that will take your breath away. Thoroughly planned and designed by Events By Srishti, this Styled Photoshoot already featured in this jaw-dropping gallery captured by Saroj Studios. However, there was so much more to admire that we decided to share this film with you. So let's check it out! If you love fashion and always want be at the forefront with the latest trends, you will be amazed by this cinematographic delight. It is a cornucopia of elegance and graceful looks! Just take a look at the names that make these models look splendid: DipBeauty.MUA designed the hairstyle and makeup, and also took care of the draping and styling while Manyavar Mohey took care of the fashion needs. To take the look of this model to the next level, Tinted Teal provided the dazzling pieces of jewelry worn during the entire shoot. To match the beauty of the lovely couple, Nirali Decor crafted an enchanting decor featuring traditional fabrics in burgundy and golden hues that set the mood for this gorgeous Styled Shoot. Once you click the play icon below, you'll notice that this film is a projection of how your long-awaited wedding might look like, and it is fantastic! In case you were wondering who is the mastermind behind the upbeat melodies that can take your wedding to the next level, it is none other than Luxe Event Group. They have an endless repertoire that will surely put everyone on their feet! Ladies, wait no more and hit play to start enjoying this inspiring film. It is mindblowing!

What a great way to get inspired, isn't it, ladies? See you tomorrow for more!

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DJ: Amplifire Entertainment | Photography: Saroj Studios | Hair & Makeup: DipBeauty.MUA | Photography: Saroj Studios | Planning & Design: Events By Srishti | Hair & Makeup: DipBeauty.MUA | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Sheraton Parsippany | Floral & Decor: Nirali Decor | Bridal Fashions: Manyavar Mohey | Bridal Jewelry: Tinted Teal | Car Rental: Monaco Exotics


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