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Philadelphia, PA Indian Wedding by Lightyear Studio

Good morning, Maharanis! If a glimpse of what a real Maharani celebration is all about is what you seek, look no further because today's filmy is everything you have dreamed and expected out of an Indian wedding bash. The gala comes to us from PA, and I can't believe the grandiosity and glam displayed throughout it. Our friends from Lightyear Studios truly outdid themselves with this feature. So many colors, ambiances, delicious plates, dances, guests, and memories, captured by their talent. Impressive! The exclusive Hilton Philadelphia at Penns Landing was the venue of choice for Neha and Sunny to tie the knot! The Indian queen of the night, Maharani Neha, wore beautiful outfits and luxurious accessories that praised her innate beauty and made her look like a goddess. The team from Flawless Beauty by Pauline was in charge of dolling up this beauty, and they delivered nothing less than perfection. So talented! Today you are invited to relive all of the details that surrounded this celebration. So don't think twice and press play below for all of the highlights! You will love it!

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?

I met Sunny on Dil Mil! I remember seeing his picture and thinking I really hope this one sends me a DM. His profile said he was vegetarian and loved Garba- what more was I looking for? We chatted through texts for a few days and then he asked me out on a date. I was giddy and nervous! We met in Princeton for dinner and drinks. I had an inkling he was the one after our first date. He was honest and charming. We spent every weekend together after that, mostly in Philly and eventually fell in love.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
As a teacher, I get a week off in April for Spring Break so we decided to go to Saint Lucia. It was somewhere neither of us have been to and a destination where we could relax by the pool and swim in the ocean. As we did our research, one of the things I really wanted to do was hike the Gros Piton mountain. We decided to do the hike early on, on our trip so we would have time to recover after. I remember trying to read Sunny's face every time we talked about the hike- does he want to do this hike? Am I forcing him? Is this a bad idea? But I didn't let these thoughts stop us from our original plan so we rented a car, drove to the mountain and met our tour guide. You can only do this hike with a tour guide and for them, it's like a walk in the park. Sunny packed a speaker in his backpack which was a good distraction as we made our way up to the top. We would sing along to a song as we hiked and then take a break for a few mins, then sing another song while we hiked and stop again for a few mins. It was strenuous but we eventually made it to the top two hours later. When we got to the top, we took in the moment, snapped a few pictures and then our tour guide said let me take you to a different spot with a better view. Now we were off trail, literally hiking in the mountain and I kept tripping over rocks and branches. I remember thinking this wasn't such a good idea but then as we got closer to this secret lookout point, our tour guide started filming our reaction on his phone. I didn't think much of it because that view was truly breathtaking- it was better than the top of the mountain. Sunny told me to face the ocean so that he could take a picture of me looking out in the distance. While he was getting his phone, he was also fumbling with his speaker. I was irritated, thinking why can't he just put down his speaker and take in this moment with me. As I started turning around, he started yelling, no wait, wait wai...let me take another picture! It was taking too long... so I turned around and there was Sunny, on one knee, with a ring, asking me to marry him while our tour guide captured all of it on video. I obviously said yes- we hugged, we cried a few happy tears, and we kissed. It was a special moment!
 
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.
After attending so many of our friend's weddings over the years, Sunny and I knew there were a few vendors that were really important to us and needed to book immediately. Sunny wanted DJ Gaurav because he knows how to get a crowd dancing all night and I wanted Pauline Nobles for hair and makeup because her work is truly flawless. We contacted them as soon as we selected a wedding date. Both of us wanted Lightyear Studios to be our photographers and videographers because their work is great quality. It took us some time to find the right decorator but in the end we found someone we loved- Nirali Decor. She was so easy to work with and made our visions come true.  We used Platinum Dream Events as our day of coordinators and they did not miss a beat. Allison Manna at the Hilton was fantastic and helped our wedding day run smoothly.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
After Sunny proposed, I became very serious about my Pinterest boards. I created a board for mehndi designs, Garba decor, mandaps, hair/makeup looks and of course, wedding lenghas. The more I kept searching and pinning, I quickly realized that I was gravitating towards red bridal lenghas with heavy embroidery. Sabyasachi's designs caught my eye. I loved the way he created bold red lenghas with gold embroidery at the bottom of the skirt and floral sequins all over. When I went to India with Sunny and his parents, our first stop hours after we landed was Aso Palav. We spent nearly 6 hours there but I walked out with my wedding lengha. It was a bold red with gold embroidery at the bottom and floral sequins all over. I had my Sabyasachi moment.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The best part about planning our wedding was food tasting! You really can't go wrong with Moghul. They have so many traditional and unique items. We stuck with traditional Gujarati food for lunch after the wedding ceremony and North Indian/ Punjabi food for dinner during the reception. For our cocktail hour, it was important for us to have some Indo- Chinese items and finger foods that were easy to eat. We chose South Indian items for our Mehndi night and had stations with lots of Mumbai street foods set up at our Garba. It was important to us that we offered different items at all of our events.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our guests absolutely LOVED the venue. When our family and friends received their save the date card and wedding invites, most of them thought our wedding was in Center City Philadelphia- with tall buildings, crowded streets, and pedestrians everywhere. But once our guests checked in at the Hilton on Penn's Landing, they found it to be a mini-resort with a swimming pool in the hotel, food trucks and hammocks on Spruce Street Harbor Park and a Ferris Wheel at the Blue Cross River Rink! There was something to do for everyone no matter the age and given that both of us have large families, we envisioned the Hilton to be the perfect venue not only for us but for everyone.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
One of the best moments of our wedding was the Baraat. Sunny's baraat started over by the Seaport Museum, right outside the Hilton along the river. DJ Gaurav got the crowd so hyped and excited, everyone was dancing regardless of it being 90+ degrees outside. My bridesmaids and I were dancing in front of the windows that overlooked the waterfront. At one point, DJ Gaurav had everyone look over at the windows where I was waving at them and they were waving back at me. It was a moment where I knew Sunny was having a great time dancing with his family and friends and he knew I was with my girls smiling and laughing as they made their way to the Hilton. We had a drone that was able to capture so many shots from different angles of the baraat and they make us so happy!
 
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.
Sunny and I surprised our family and friends at our Garba night with a dance to Dholida and Chogada. People are still talking about it! We had a lot of fun putting it together.
 
My friends from childhood did a fabulous job at the reception with their dance and my brother really shocked everyone, in a good way, with his dancing skills.
 
Nirali from Nirali decor really killed it with her team. We loved the way she set everything up for us. She was easy to talk to, easy to work with, and made all of our events look and feel special.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Don't stress on your wedding day. Enjoy it! Remember to smile and laugh :)
Your guests will be able to feel your energy so make sure you stay positive and upbeat!
 
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
Cake was from Bredenbeck Bakery
Bouquets were from IGO in Edison- they have a little floral shop in there that also do garlands

 

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Hair & Makeup: Flawless Beauty by Pauline | Venues: Hilton Philadelphia at Penns Landing | Photography: Lightyear Studio | Planning & Design: Platinum Dream Events | Floral & Decor: Nirali Decor | Catering: Moghul Caterers | DJ: DJ Gaurav | Baraat: Caliber Farms | Cake & Treats: Bredenbeck's Bakery | Cinematography: Lightyear Studios | Priest: Amit Upendhaey


New York, NY Indian Wedding by Joseph Minasi Studios

If there is a word that can accurately describe what we are about to witness, that would have to be "luxury." Today, we head down to New York for a gala that was just overflowing with sophistication. Puja & Aditya went the extra mile with their lavish celebration of love, and our friends from Joseph Minasi Studios were there to capture everything that went on for their galas. The main ceremony was held at the exclusive The Plaza, and as you can imagine, it was as magical as ever. We know you, ladies, want to be informed with the latest of the Maharani trends, for that reason alone, this is a no-miss! We can see the beautiful greenish / emerald color palettes quickly becoming a trend in the Maharani world, and Puja just took it to another level. And to crown this fabulous look, she got an artistic Mehndi design from Mehndikalogie, which added an extra touch of traditional flair to the overall look! Hands down, this was a stunning wedding celebration, to say the least! Don't forget to also check us back because soon we will be having the picture gallery thanks to the amazing Priyanca Rao Photography! In the meantime, enjoy the visual masterpiece below!

Mehndikalogie

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Photography: Priyanca Rao Photography | Hair & Makeup: Mehndikalogie | Cinematography: Joseph Minasi Studios | Sangeet Venue: Mandarin Oriental | Mehndi Venue: Chateau La Mer | Ceremony Venue: The Plaza | Reception Venue: Cipriani Club Residences | Planning & Design: Sonal J Shah Events | Floral & Decor: Design House Decor | Hair & Makeup: Cinderella Bridez | Catering: Chef Gaurav Anand | Catering: SAAR Catering | Pan Station: The Paanwaala | DJ: DJ Suhel | Baraat: Seaton Carriages | Cake & Treats: City Sweets & Confections | Cakes & Treats: 321 Chillz | Favors: Swarovski Pens | Stationery: Emily Kathryn Paper | Invites: VS Calligraphy and Designs | Lighting: The Plaza Hotel Bentley Meeker | Lighting: Star Group Productions | Live Music: Neel | Photo Booth: Studio Z Photo Booths | Rentals: Luxe Event Rentals | Printing: Emily Kathryn Paper | Officiant: Priest Prabhakar Sharma | Dance Floor Wrap: Shout!


Playa del Carmen, MX Indian Wedding by Sarani Weddings

Are you ready to experience first hand what a real destination wedding is all about? Of course you are! Today and thanks to best Travel Concierge Ateet Ahuja from Indian Destination Weddings and Sarani Weddings, we have the gorgeous highlight reel of everything that went on for Gopi & Ronak's gala coming from Playa del Carmen. The two lovebirds truly went the extra mile with their celebration. What more can you ask for when you tie the knot by the roaring ocean? So romantic! And speaking of romanticism, the exclusive and always beaming Hard Rock Riviera Maya was the place chosen by the couple to house the galas. Going from the fun Sangeet all the way to the lavish reception, believe us, it was outstanding! To keep the party up and running, Dhoom Events Indian Wedding DJ. Bashes just go to another dimension with those playlist selections, so be sure this one had all the things we love about Indian weddings. Hit play below and relieve with us one more time Gopi & Ronak's incredible day of magic from paradise! See you at the sea!

 

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Ronak and I met my freshman year of college at a dance competition we hosted at UT Austin. We randomly kept in touch as friends for several years after that, and met up again in Chicago when I went to visit some friends in 2014. We talked nonstop after that and officially started dating a few months later. We did long distance for about 2.5 years before we both moved to Philadelphia to finally be closer to each other!

I'm not sure if there was an exact moment in time that I knew Ronak was "the one", but I knew pretty early on that he was someone I could see myself spending the rest of my life with. 

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Ronak proposed on FridayOctober 5th, 2018 at a gazebo behind the Philadelphia Museum of Art. I arrived thinking I was just attending a 'Yelp Elite' wine tasting event with my soon-to-be sister-in-law and another friend. When we arrived at the top of the hill and started walking towards the gazebo I saw Ronak standing in the middle of it, suited up and looking as handsome as ever.  I immediately started to cry (lol) and he held out his hand and asked me to dance (he had 'Thinking Out Loud' playing on his phone in his pocket haha). He said a bunch of sweet things that I can honestly hardly remember but before I knew it, he was down on one knee asking me to marry him! Then both of our families came and surprised me, and we all went to dinner together. Just when I thought the night couldn't get any better, Ronak pulled off one final surprise by throwing a huge party with all our closest friends at the rooftop of his apartment building. It was truly one of the most perfect days! 

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.
We started off venue shopping in Texas last year (where I'm from and where my parents live), thinking that's where we'd be hosting the wedding. After spending an entire weekend looking at venues and hotels that all looked the same, I came back to Philly and complained to Ronak that I didn't find one I loved. He threw out the idea of doing a destination wedding, and I laughed and said our parents would probably never agree to that. Long story short, they agreed and we decided on a destination wedding in Mexico, and it was honestly one of the best decisions we made!

Besides working with Ateet Ahuja from Indian Destination Weddings to help our guests get booked, I decided to do all the planning myself. I'll admit it was very hard at times since the majority, if not all, of the planning was done via email since we weren't able to go meet our vendors in person. But honestly all the vendors there are great to work with, and so understanding of what we need for an Indian wedding. Here's who we worked with for everything:

Travel Concierge: Ateet Ahuja - Indian Destination Weddings
Venue: Hard Rock Riviera Maya
Decor: Latin Asia
Florist: Tulipania
Food: Hard Rock Riviera Maya
Hair/MUA: Alex Corbanezi Beauty & Co.
Photo/video: Sarani Weddings
DJ: Dhoom Events - DJ Milin Jani
Audio/video equipment: PSAV Mexico
Entertainment:
Producciones Arteum - salsa lesson for our Welcome Fiesta and live saxophonist for the cocktail hour
Drums in Paradise - dhol player and vintage car for the baraat
Pyrotech - cold fireworks for the reception
Quiroo photobooth - photobooth at the cocktail hour and reception


How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I didn't really have a clear cut vision of what I wanted, but I'm so glad I took the time to try on a variety of styles because I really didn't like some of the styles that I thought I'd love. I went home to Houston one weekend to get some shopping done, and after looking up and down every store on Hilcroft and not finding anything, we decided to check out Panache by Sharmeen, as I'd heard great things about her and her selection. We originally went to look for reception outfits there, but my sister came across this beautiful red lehenga. She made me try it on and we all fell in love with it! Sharmeen worked with me on making a custom blouse for it since I knew I wanted to have emerald green, and we also custom made the dupatta's I wore. I love how it all turned out and Sharmeen was great to work with!

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Probably selecting the decor details and then seeing it all come together towards the end! And of course having the weekend go as smoothly and flawlessly as possible, and hearing our guests tell us how much they enjoyed everything was just the cherry on top 

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
From what we've heard, everyone really loved and appreciated the uniqueness of the destination wedding. I know they're getting increasingly popular these days but the majority of our guests had never attended one, and everyone just loved how our wedding also served as a mini-vacation for them!

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
It truly went by in the blink of an eye, but seeing Ronak on our wedding morning for our first look photos is a moment I'll never forget. 

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.
Check out my wedding highlights on my Instagram page for all the deets 

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Enjoy the process! Wedding planning isn't always the most fun, but it pays off and will truly be the most memorable time in your life! Also, try on different styles of outfits before committing to one! Everything always looks better on Pinterest, but you may not always love how it looks on yourself. 

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
Check out my wedding highlights on my Instagram page for all the deets 


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Martinsville, NJ Indian Wedding by Perspective Captured

We are sure you, ladies, remember Shivangi & Darshan's gorgeous feature here in Maharani Weddings. The celebration was filled to the brim with everything we love about Indian bashes, and today for your inspiration, we have their gorgeous highlight reel, beautifully created by the team of Perspective Captured. Noblesse and striking style were just some of the features of this gala and that also thanks to the work of Aishas Wedding Decor. They took it up a notch with the floral and decoration! So dazzling! The three-day celebration was a thing for the ages, so was Maharani Shivangi fashion choices. As we will see, the gorgeous bride for the main ceremony chose to wear the traditional burgundy colors with touchups of champagne and gold that totally had me sighing. Just wait until you take a look at the gorgeous landscapes and moments caught in today's filmy! Truly to daydream about! If that wasn't enough, just a quick glimpse of how the guests were dancing the night away with Amplifire Entertainment's curated playlists, is already proof that when it comes to fun, none like our Indian friends to bring it. So hit play below for details!

 

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Huntington Beach, CA Indian Wedding by Christopher Brock Photography

Four days of lavish celebrations surrounded by the people you love the most. Does that sound like something you would absolutely love? Of course it does! Today's filmy thanks to Christopher Brock Photography showcases that and more! The host venue? The Hyatt Huntington Beach, right in the midst of spring. The queen of the night? Maharani Toral in all her Indian princess flair. As we will see, the gorgeous bride truly put together a glam team for the ages. The talented Dolled up by Lulu assisted with the pre-wedding hair and makeup, Samira's Henna Designs with the outstanding Mehndi design and to top it all, Bridal By Nisha with the saree draping and styling. Seriously, with a squad like that, who wouldn't want to get married? Certainly, I would! But this is not about me, it is about Toral & Nikit's bewitching nuptials! Also, don't forget to check out the entertainment skills of our friends from Volcanik Entertainment! So hit play below to relieve every detail of this marvelous day of magic and get enchanted!

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I met him on Dil Mil 4 years ago. Despite being coast to coast away California to New Jersey. We fell in love at first sight. It felt like we had known each other our whole lives and were just waiting to be connected somehow. We would finish each other's sentences, have the same taste in food, we share the same birthday month, We had the same breed of the puppy when we were little. We felt like we were each other's soul mate. There were so many similarities that it didn't feel like it was a coincidence. I knew that I truly found "the one" when we were a year and a half into our relationship. No matter what happened in our lives, we still would manage to spend time to talk to each other and come see each other every month or so. I knew it then that I couldn't find anyone better than him who would fight this distance just to spend a couple of days with me in exchange to spend the rest of our lives together. 
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Nikit and I always love San Diego. It is one of our favorite places in Southern California. We went on our very first mini-vacation during the first year of our relationship. It had been almost three years. Nikit and I hadn't been to San Diego. He insisted that this time when he came in the summer he wanted to go to San Diego for the weekend. July 21, 2018 weekend came along and he and I took a drive to San Diego and spent the weekend there. While we were in San Diego the first thing we did was go see Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom as we both loved anything Jurassic. After we were done watching the movie we decided to go out for dinner at the very same restaurant we went during our first date 3 years ago. When we got to the restaurant we could not find parking on the streets so we were roaming for quite some time before we found one. I insisted that he parked in one of those parking garages but he was so persistent in parking by the La Jolla Cave which is the most popular attraction in La Jolla, San Diego. 
 
When he did find parking he insisted that we go see the sea lions before we headed for dinner. I went along and said "yes" as the sun was setting and it looked absolutely breathtaking. When we were walking towards the steps where the sea lions were, he insisted again that we go all the way down. At first, I was really hesitant as I didn't want to because I was wearing heels and did not want to fall going down a rocky stair. However he convinced me, we walked down the stairs. I was so excited to see the sun setting and watching the sea lions. As I looked toward my right I saw a patio filled with pink balloons and flowers. It looks like someone was about to get surprised there. As we walked closer to the patio I noticed that the guy standing there was one of Nikit's close friend. I was shocked to see him there holding a camera. One thing lead to another and the next thing I saw was Nikit was down on one knee and asking me to spend the rest of my life with him. I was so surprised and excited I instantly said "yes". The crowd started clapping and cheering for us, slowly more of his friends surprised us by joining in to congratulate. It was truly one of the best days of our lives. 
 
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.
For my Venue I knew I wanted something by the beach and in a resort that gave us the feel of being at a destination location while still being in California. We chose Hyatt Huntington Beach for our wedding ceremony and reception. 
For my hair and makeup, I knew I wanted nothing but the absolute best. Ever since I have followed this Fairy God Mother on Instagram I knew I wanted her on my big day. I had a vision of how she would make me look and that vision came to reality when I saw myself as a Bride on my Wedding Day.  I hired Tamanna (Beauty byTamanna) from New York for my Wedding and Reception look. 
 
For my pithi, mehndi and sangeet ceremony I knew I wanted Lulu (Dolledupbylulu) to glam me up and make me look absolutely gorgeous. She not only made me look stunning but she did justice with my overall look (makeup and hair) with all my heavy outfits and jewelry.  She is truly the best for South Asian brides. 
For both of our Outfits, we did all our shopping in Mumbai. We went to so many stores till we decided to custom make some of our outfits. 
 
Decor/Theme: I knew that whenever I would get married I wanted to be surrounded by fresh flowers. I wanted my mandap to look so breathtaking. We got married on mother's day weekend and we decided to stick to pink tones for our mandap. My favorite color is pink and I did not get any outfits in that color as I wanted my mandap to stand out from everything. 
 
My mandap was custom made with fresh roses by none other than the best florist Inna from Butterfly floral and event design located in Beverly Hills, California. She and I had this vision that we kept going on for months on her iPad however, in reality, it blew me away and I was so happy the day of. I had a 51 ft catwalk that was covered in ombre pinks/red swirl rose petals along with roses boxes on the side. The catwalk started off with a rose arch that I would walk underneath. Right before I would enter the mandap there were two small pink baby elephants made out of fresh flowers signifying Lord Ganesh. 
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My Bridal Lengha was something that I found the hardest to select. I had so many options and so many different designers that I loved from Sabyasachi to Anita Dongre. I was persistent in getting a Sabyasachi lengha when I went to the showroom however when I tried it on it felt like it was not made for me. I saw the same style on so many brides before that it did not feel like it was my bridal outfit. That's when I decided to custom make my outfit. I always knew I wanted to wear red for my wedding day. We found this amazing high-end designer who custom made both my wedding and sangeet outfit. When I first tried the sample piece color and design I literally cried and was so excited to see my vision come to life. I couldn't wait for the final product which I did receive a few days before leaving for California. When I did my first trial.. I didn't even have my jewelry, hair or makeup on and it looked so stunning, that's when I realized I couldn't wait to put it on for my big day. I realized then that sometimes it is not always about buying designer wear outfits but more about what makes you feel like a bride on one of the best days of your life. 
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Everything :) From picking the venue, to choosing the flowers, to food tasting. However, my absolute favorite part was choosing our invitations cards. We did a box invitation card which was so unique and different. I had a total of 5 inserts with custom made pictures in the back of each event that signified the event details. We got so many compliments from all of our guests just with the invitation. They couldn't wait to see how everything else was planned. We even had people that we did not put on our list call to ask if they can come by to see our invitations. It was truly such a memorable and fun experience that I had with my Mom, Mother in law and Husband. 
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
From the Invitation cards, decor, our outfits, my makeup to the food. Guest were so amazed by every fine detail I felt like all my hard work paid off. 
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Yes! It was when I was walking down the aisle with my mama and mami. Right before I got on the catwalk I hugged my dad and brother and it was such an emotional moment for us. I realized then that I was leaving behind everything and walking towards a new life with someone that meant everything to me. I still cry at times when I think about that exact moment and the reaction my Dad and Brother Had. 
 
Another one was our first dance as husband and wife. We danced to "I get to Love you" By Ruelle. It is such a beautiful song that it made me cry when I first heard it and knew this was our song when that day came. Everyone was complimenting us after our dance in how perfect the song was for us. 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Try not to stress :) I know it is hard as it is the biggest day of your life. But no matter how much you plan, it is never enough. Enjoy every moment with your family and friends. It truly goes by so fast. I had such fun food tasting with my whole family for a whole month. I wish I can go back in time and replay everything again. Lastly, make sure you have someone staying with you at all times.. you will get exhausted and tired. A best friend, maid of honor, bridesmaid or cousin that can help you with the smallest things. 
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
For my Mehndi I had Samira Henna Designs from Texas fly out because I was in love with her skill in drawing faces. I got Nikit's face and My face drawn as cartoon version on my palms and had Ganesh in my inner arms for Good Luck. 
 
My Bouquet was a mixture of baby pink and bright pink. It looked so stunning with my outfit. 
 
All my Jewelry from my bangles to necklaces were from different parts of India. It was a long and tiring process of going back and forth.

 

 

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Hair & Makeup: Dolled up by Lulu | DJ: Volcanik Entertainment | Photography: Christopher Brock Photography | Cinematography: Christopher Brock Photography | Mehndi Artists: Samira's Henna Designs | Baraat: Volcanik Entertainment | Draping/Styling: Bridal By Nisha | Sangeet Venue: Sanatan Dharma Temple and Community Center | Ceremony Venue: Hyatt Huntington Beach | Reception Venue: Hyatt Huntington Beach | Planning & Design: Kumba Entertainment | Floral & Decor: Butterfly Floral & Event Design | Hair & Makeup: Beauty by Tamanna | Catering: Wok n Tandoor | Catering: Rasraj Catering | Reception Catering: Manohar's Delhi Palace | Cake & Treats: Grace and Honey Cakes | Desserts: Tasty Temptations Catering | Event Designer: Butterfly Floral and Event Designer | Lighting: Kumba Entertainment | Photoshoot: Sponsored by Dilmil | Rentals: Team Impulse Events | LED Super Robot: Allyance Entertainment


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