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Jersey City, NJ Indian Wedding by Lightyear Studio

It is Friday, ladies! The end of the month is quickly coming and we have more weddings than ever. Today, it is time for some filmy feel goods to start our well deserved weekend, and let me tell you, the Hindu flair and glitter are strong on this one! The quintessential Maharani style was there at all times and our bride Kruti was absolutely shining from top to toe. Our friends from Cinderella Bridez assisted with hair and makeup, and as we will see, their work was truly a work of art. So alluring! All the emotional and romantic moments are brought to us thanks to Lightyear Studio who created the most beautiful memento of all that went on for that day of joyous love. Are you ladies ready for some serious style extravaganza? Hit play and join Kruti & Ankit on their ravishing wedding gala. Only here, in Maharani Weddings!

 

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Like true millennials (or so we like to think), Ankit and I met on an online dating app. It all began when I ‘swiped right’ on Ankit because I thought, “Oo this guy has nice teeth!” Priorities. So yes, our journey began quite literally at the click of a button, and never in a million years did I imagine that it would get us here today. One of our dates early on included an impromptu trip to Chicago. Ankit was going there for his Hematology conference and had asked me to join. I knew he was a keeper when he emailed me a detailed itinerary outlining fun things we would do exploring Chicago. So against my better judgment, I decided to go. After all, this itinerary included scheduled snack times and deep dish pizza. What could go wrong? I was sold. 
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Ankit proposed on December 30th, 2017. It was the holiday season in NYC, and we had just finished seeing The Nutcracker at Lincoln Center. Ankit did not seem like himself during the show, so I knew something was up but couldn't figure out what. Earlier that day he had locked himself out of his phone, so I thought maybe that was bothering him? We then headed over to the Affinia Hotel, where we had planned on staying the night. He urged us to check out their rooftop for a beautiful sunset. It was snowing and one of the coldest days that year, so I was almost annoyed that he wanted so badly to check out this rooftop. When we got to the rooftop, it was beautifully decorated (courtesy of our families) with a gorgeous view of the Empire State in the backdrop, and that's when he got down on one knee! I was completely surprised, and then we were later greeted by our families and went out for a nice dinner to celebrate our engagement! 
 
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.
Our venue was so beautiful that it did most of the work for us in terms of decor! We didn’t have a particular theme in mind but knew we wanted something simple yet elegant, which is what we hopefully reflected. 
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My bridal lengha is from Surat, India. I knew I wanted the traditional Indian wedding colors - there is something so beautiful about the red and gold with just a splash of green, and I figured it's a once in a lifetime event. It was surprisingly difficult to find the traditional red I was looking for in India because the trend has changed to different colors now. You could get it custom made but I didn't have that much time to spare there, so preferred to get as many things as possible that were ready made. 
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Everyone had such a great time! I don’t think it was one particular thing, but in general, we heard that they enjoyed the fun vibe all day. 
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
My mom is all about surprises. So, of course, she arranges a limo for all the ladies in our family to get to the venue the night before the wedding! We jammed out in the limo, including my grandma. 
 
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.
For the pre-wedding events, we kept things simple. My mehndi ceremony was at my parents’ home in NJ, and the grahshanti pooja was at a local temple nearby. We didn’t have a sangeet/garba the night before because it becomes too chaotic. Of course, as gujus, we managed to squeeze in some garba time at the temple :) 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Have fun!!! Stress out as much as you want (preferably not too much though) before the wedding, but do not forget to have fun the day of! Things will inevitably go wrong. Is it even a wedding if things don’t? To name a few: we forgot to order a cake topper, practiced our first dance for the first time the night before, the horse was late for the baraat, Ankit forgot to bring the coconut he is supposed to carry with him to be welcomed into the ceremony, and I somehow didn’t get my bridal bouquet for the walk down the aisle! Some things also work out.  For us, the forecast was showing rain all week, but it cleared up the morning of and we had a beautiful outdoor ceremony! You win some, you lose some. The important thing is that everyone has fun, including you. That’s what you’ll always cherish. 

 

Stay with us, dolls, more glam to come! 

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Cinematography: Lightyear Studio | Photography: Lightyear Studio | Ceremony Venue: Hyatt Regency Jersey City on the Hudson | Reception Venue: Hyatt Regency Jersey City | Planning & Design: RSVP Events LLC | Hair & Makeup: Cinderella Bridez


Newport Beach, CA Indian Wedding by Avec Lumiere Productions

My favorite part of the day is here, ladies! We have another cinematic experience for your beautiful selves! So, get comfortable and have some treats ready because our friends from Avec Lumiere Productions crafted a wedding film for the ages! The place? Sunny California, of course! The Newport Beach Marriott housed both the ceremony and reception and with Ethnic Essence Couture Events floral & decor skills, plus The Marigold Company's planning and design magic, this gala was everything you could have dreamed of for your special day! Maharani Leena, as the real Indian princess she is, came out looking absolutely mind-bending. Beauty by Lishma's hair and makeup work keeps on being one of the very best around the California area, and this time, was no exception. So incredible! It was all glam and joy for this bash, going from the always fun Baraat, thanks to Enchanted Carriages, to the ravishing dancing floor lit up by the team from Fusion Sounds, everything was just out of this world. Good thing that our friends from Greycard Photography were there to capture with their lenses everything that went on! Pictures are coming in no time, but in the meantime, hit play below and relive Leena & Tim's grand Indian wedding!

 

Stay tuned loves! A highlight wedding video is featured every day.

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Hair & Makeup: Beauty by Lishma | Floral & Decor: Ethnic Essence Couture Events | DJ: Fusion Sounds | Lighting: Fusion Sounds | Planning & Design: The Marigold Company | Baraat: Enchanted Carriages | Photography: Greycard Photography | Cinematography: Avec Lumiere Productions | Ceremony Venue: Newport Beach Marriott Hotel | Reception Venue: Newport Beach Marriott | Catering: Dilliwalla | Cakes & Treats: Patty’s Cakes | In House Coordinator: Newport Beach Marriott | Photo Booth: All That Photo Booth | Officiant: Sri Krishna Sulakhe


Rajasthan, India Indian Wedding by Vivekk Vikas Photography

Hey there, dolls! Today we have a very special film that will take us all the way to the amazing Rajasthan in India to witness the highlights of Pratibha & Aditya's union. All the flair, color and glam, mixed with ancient Hindu rituals and traditions, give birth to the stunning celebrations that took place in the palatial Nahargarh Ranthambore and at the fabulous Shaury, and that we have here for your inspiration and delight. The incredibly talented team from Vivekk Vikas Photography created a highlight reel for the ages that you don't want to miss. We are absolutely loving this bride's style as well. For the reception, she rocked a saree that was a mix of indigo and deep blue with details in silver. So amazing. But the most striking feature of our Maharani, was without a doubt, her undeniable happiness and charm. Raja Aditya is one lucky groom! Hit play below and have a glimpse of the gala and let the magic of India fill your senses and souls.

 

Amazing isn't it? More to come! 

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Cinematography: Vivekk Vikas Photography | Photography: ShutterDown | Ceremony Venue: Nahargarh Ranthambore | Reception Venue: The Shaury | Hair & Makeup: Kajol R Paswwan and Kashika Kapur | Sangeet Bridal Fashion: Nalli-Frontier Bazaar | Bridal Jewelry: Tanishq | Bridal Jewelry: Krishna Jewellers


Dallas, Texas Ismaili Wedding by A&A Video Productions

We know that Sana & Rahim's wedding photos of their gorgeous Ismaili affair, featured last week, left you wanting for more. For that reason, today, we present their highlight reel to complete our daily dose of inspiration. The creative film comes to us thanks to our friends from A&A Productions' team. Their undeniable talent surely is displayed in today's feature and we just can't wait to share it with you, ladies. The experience began with their Mehndi party, our beautiful Maharani Sana's design was crafted by Meena's Mehndi and it was absolutely divine. After that, and rocking a marigold traditional attire, it was time for the Maharani and both families to relax and have some fun dancing and mingling during their Sangeet. Raja Rahim showed up with the ravishing groomsmen and the celebrations kicked off. Exotic moves and smiles were a constant throughout the entire pre-wedding bash and as we will see, it set the perfect prelude for the magic that was about to come. The moment finally arrived, it was a beautiful day and our Maharani was all set wearing a stunning white gown with the influences of both of their cultures in the embroidery that just left me speechless. The two lovebirds tied the knot with their loved ones as their witnesses and their journey was just about to begin. Want to experience the magic that went on? Hit play below and get ready for a glam fueled bash that will surely inspire you! 

Stick around for more, ladies! 

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DJ: Outspoken Visions Entertainment | Lighting: Outspoken Visions Entertainment | Photo Booths: Outspoken Visions Entertainment | Sangeet Venue: Dallas/Addison Marriott Quorum by the Galleria | Ceremony Venue: Dallas HQ Jamatkhana & Ismaili Center | Reception Venue: Dallas/Addison Marriott Quorum by the Galleria | Day-of coordinator: Party of Two | Floral & Decor: Bebe's Decor | Hair & Makeup: Ms. Painted Lady | Reception Catering: Al Markaz Restaurant | Bridal Jewelry: Shree Novelty in Santa Cruz | Photographer: A&A Video Productions | Cinematographer: A&A Video Productions | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Paperless Post | Mehndi Artist: Meena's Mehndi | Reception Groom Fashion: The Black Tux | Sangeet Catering: Bombay Chopstix | Sangeet Bridal Fashion: Magic Mirror | Nikkah Bridal Fashion: Aishwarya Design Studio | Reception Bridal Fashion: Seasons | Sangeet and Nikkah Groom Fashion: Sutantu


Long Island, NY Sikh Wedding by Park Street Weddings

Happy Monday, Maharanis! It is time to kick off the week with the best energies and our batteries charged. This time we have an incredible Sikh wedding coming to us from New York. Jyoti & Devinder found love in each other, and of course, that itself is a reason to celebrate big time. Our couple decided to tie the knot and for that, they recruited a team of pros that as we will see, delivered fully and helped our lovebirds create the fairy tale wedding they had in mind. The Long Island Marriott welcomed the guests after a lovely ceremony at the Glen Cove Gurdwara, and they couldn't have made a better choice for a venue. The team from Florista Decor was all things glamorous and came up with the amazing floral designs that were by our couple's side at all times. Truly beautiful! Akbar Restaurant - Long Island was in charge of the delicious food that was served at the reception and it is safe to say that guests were up for a tasty treat. Trust us, it was delicious. The highlight reel for you to get motivated and inspired, dolls, comes to us thanks to our well-known friends from Park Street Weddings and their fine eye. Wait no longer, Maharanis at home, it is glam time. Join us for today's featured film. 

Join us tomorrow for more featured films! 

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Venues: Long Island Marriott | Floral & Decor: Florista Decor | Cinematography: Park Street Weddings | Photography: Manish and Sung Photography | Ceremony Venue: Glen Cove Gurdwara | Hair & Makeup: Bridal Rang by Samiha | DJ: BWD Events | Baraat: BWD Events | Bridal Fashions: Rimple and Harpreet Narula Couture | Lighting: BWD Events


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