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Yorba Linda, CA Indian Wedding by One Society Films

Let's relieve the splendid wedding of Priya & Darshan. Nestled among the historical echoes of Yorba Linda, The Richard Nixon Library provided a backdrop that was nothing short of regal; its stately rooms and beautifully manicured gardens offered a setting that felt both timeless and intimate, perfectly mirroring the depth of their bond. Naseeb Events meticulously crafted every detail of their special day. Guests arrived to see stunning floral arrangements by OC Events. Priya glided through her day in exquisite attire from Sari Palace Los Angeles, her beauty enhanced by the artistic touch of Peace Love Sakina, who ensured every hair and makeup detail was picture-perfect. Dhamaka Entertainment's lighting uplifted the attendees' spirits, creating a warm and joyful atmosphere. The symphony of flavors from Mantra and White House Catering tantalized taste buds, offering a culinary journey as rich and diverse as the cultures uniting on this joyous occasion. One Society Films immortalized the night's joy. Their cinematography captured the essence of the day with grace. 

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Swiped right on Hinge, literally the first moment that we met!

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We were looking into buying a house together knowing that we were committed to one another. He had the builder call me and ask me to come in after work for a wet signature on some paperwork. I was so pissed because I didn’t think that I’d be able to make it in time and thought that the builder was so unprofessional. When I showed up, the lot on which the home we now live was decorated, and he was waiting there with our song playing in the background. It was absolutely perfect, intimate, and some!

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My groom’s favorite color is red, so I knew that I wanted something to follow that color scheme, and I feel like I envisioned something very elegant, royal, and traditional but modern. I didn’t really see anything that I fell in love with, so I worked closely with the designer, who is now one of my really good friends! She designed a custom lengha for me that truly embodied me as a bride.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Picking out my wedding outfit and designing my parent's looks and honestly watching it all come together on the day of. My family didn’t really understand my crazy attention to details especially when it came to their outfits but they were all so happy with the final product.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
We got a lot of compliments on the decor details and aesthetics, but I think most of our guests still talk about how good the food was!

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Our first look at the mandir, walking down the aisle, the two of us on the mandap during the ceremony.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
It’s ok to make the day about you and your partner because that is what it’s supposed to be!

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Venues: The Richard Nixon Library | Planning & Design: Naseeb Events | Floral & Decor: OC Events | Floral & Decor: BRG Events | Hair & Makeup: Peace Love Sakina | Catering: Mantra | Catering: White House Catering | DJ: Yash Patel | Bridal Fashions: Sari Palace Los Angeles | Cinematography: One Society Films | Lighting: Dhaamaka Entertainment | Photographer: Shivalry Photography


Long Island, NY Muslim Wedding by Ninjabi Studios

Welcome back to Sumaiya & Ratul's enchanting tale at the magnificent NYIT de Seversky MansionSumaiya was a vision in her red sari with gold embroidery. The embroidery was floral and was stitched all over the sari. The artful touches of RZM Glam further enhanced her beauty, and Mehndi artist Tehrim adorned her hands with exquisite designs. Tizarah Co transformed the mansion into a dreamlike garden. The air was filled with the rich scents of Dhaka Sweets' sumptuous dishes, promising a varied culinary journey at the wedding. Martha's Country Bakery outdid themselves with a cake that was a treat for the taste buds and a feast for the eyes. The beats provided by Global DJs and the mesmerizing performances by Bollywood performers & instructor Sabira Tasneem infused the air with rhythm and life. Ninjabi Studios, whose nikkah cinematography transcended traditional wedding films, captured the true magic of their special day. Their lens caught the subtlest glances and the loudest laughter, crafting a cinematic masterpiece that told a love story. 

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I met my husband on Salams, and I swiped right at him because I thought he was very attractive! I messaged him first, saying I thought he looked familiar, and the conversation took off from there. I lived in New York, and he lived in Florida, so we spoke via FaceTime and iMessage. He sent me flowers after talking for 3 weeks, and we made plans to meet in person. I flew down to Florida and knew after spending a day with him that I wanted to marry him. He was funny, and the conversation never had a dry spot. He was also family-oriented, kind, and patient. I told him I did not want to do long-distance and that we should get married. I was surprised he felt the same way and said he would speak to his parents about the next steps.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
I flew down to Florida for a second time to meet his family. Little did I know, he had already spoken to his brother about setting up a proposal for me. He took me to downtown West Palm Beach, and his brother had set up a 'marry me' sign, and my husband had arranged for a photographer to capture the 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.
I used Instagram a lot to find vendors for decorators and henna. Instagram was really useful in vision alignment with a wide variety of vendors. Because my sister had her reception the year prior, I was fortunate enough to already have contacts for hair/makeup, DJ/Emcee, and photographer/videographer. Finding a venue that fit my vision was a bit challenging. I was looking for an outdoor/indoor venue because I wanted to have a cocktail hour, my ceremony outside, and the reception inside. My younger sister was really helpful in researching venues and finding my wedding venue. I also used Instagram to get ideas for dances, entrances, and different social media things for the itinerary.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I knew I wanted a traditional red sari and to be as cultural as possible. My sister-in-law sent me an Instagram page and told me to pick a sari from there. I chose a red sari with gold embroidery. The embroidery was floral and was stitched all over the sari. The sari came from the UK and was given to me by my in-laws to wear for my wedding.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part was working together with my friends and family to put the event together. We assembled the wedding favors, gifts, and practiced multiple dances. We spent a lot of family time together planning the itinerary, rehearsals, and every part of the setup.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Guests loved how organized and on time my wedding was. They also loved the speeches my sisters and my cousins gave. They loved how nice and simple the decorations were. We had a really lovely venue, so we did not need extravagant decorations.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
I really liked my entrance for my ceremony. I walked in with my parents and had a pianist playing 'Let's Get Married'. My cousins and my siblings held up scarves until I walked up the aisle and dropped them individually to reveal me to my husband, who was waiting by the altar. My ceremony was very special. The imam was very modern and relatable. Seeing my husband before and after we officially got married made me so happy and replayed in my mind.

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.
Two days before my wedding, I had a mehendi event in the backyard of a house rental. I hired the same decorator for both events. The decorator said the rental was nicer than most wedding venues he had seen and that we could have had our wedding there as well. The style I was going for was traditional elegance, which is why I opted for an outdoor mehendi. The women in my ancestry all had their mehendis outdoors in the village, and I wanted to be reminiscent of my heritage. I had indoor signs handmade by my sisters and cousins. Close friends and family members performed dances.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Even if you aim for perfection in every little detail, in retrospect, there will always be something that could be done better. Don't harp on the little imperfections because that is what made the event perfect.

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
My mehendi jewelry was traditional flower jewelry from Bangladesh. My mother bought my gold wedding set in 2020 in anticipation of rising gold prices. My in-laws picked out my wedding gold jewelry with me, and I also wore that to my wedding. My mehendi cake and wedding cake were from my two favorite bakeries in New York: Lulu's and Martha's.

This wedding was a mesmerizing fusion of tradition and love, beautifully captured in every moment.

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Photography: Ninjabi Studios | Cinematography: Ninjabi Studios | Venues: NYIT de Seversky Mansion | Floral & Decor: Tizarah Co | Hair & Makeup: RZM Glam | Catering: Dhaka Sweets | DJ: Global DJs | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: Sabira Tasneem | Bridal Fashions: Art of Liza | Bridal Jewelry: Omkar Jewelers | Cake & Treats: Martha's Country Bakery | Cinematography: Umr Farooqi | Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling: Blended by KS | Live Music: Aidan Scrimgeour | Mehndi Artist: Tehrim | Tuxedos: Chahat Couture | Drone: Timeline Visuals | Lehenga: Chahat Couture


Charlotte, NC Indian Wedding by Bhowmik Dave

Hello Maharanis! Let's enjoy Aarti & Nir's wedding at Le Meridien Charlotte, which unfolded as a beautifully orchestrated celebration of love, seamlessly planned and designed by Epic Everlasting Events. The venue blossomed under the creative flair of Prashe and Stringed Petals, setting a dreamscape of elegance. Yet, the soul of this unforgettable day was captured by the talented Bhowmik Dave Films & Photography, whose cinematic genius not only preserved the visuals but also the profound emotions, making every moment eternal. The vibrant beats from M4U Events' DJs further enlivened the ambiance, ensuring the celebration resonated with the joy and unity of their love. With a delicate hand and a keen eye for detail, Henna4happiness by Minaz transformed hands and hearts into canvases of beauty. Her designs, a fusion of tradition and modern flair, captivate and enchant, leaving a trail of happiness and memories in their wake. Enjoy it!

This celebration left a lasting impression of a timeless testament to love for everyone involved.

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DJ: M4U Events | Mehndi Artists: Henna4Happiness by Minaz | Cinematography: Bhowmik Dave Films & Photography | Photography: Catch Motion Studio | Ceremony Venue: Le Meridien Charlotte | Planning & Design: Epic Everlasting Events | Floral & Decor: Prashe | Floral & Decor: Stringed Petals | Hair & Makeup: Makeup by Pallak | Dholi: G2 Singh Music | Dholi: Agam Beats | Baraat: Baraat Car | Manish Malhotra: Bridal Wardrobe | Pre-Wedding Wardrobe: Therealtrohitsinghrajput | Pre-Wedding Wardrobe: Annus_creations | Pre-Wedding Wardrobe: Perniaspopupshop | Groom Wedding Wardrobe: Tarun Tahiliani


Dallas, TX, South Indian Wedding by Topher Films

Nikitha and Naveen's wedding was a stunning celebration of love and tradition, beautifully captured by Topher Films and set against the dreamy backdrop of Dallas Palms. Every detail, from the exquisite decor to the elegant attire of the couple, was meticulously planned by Rama Bhat, and the mastery of Hannah Hix's photography skillfully encapsulated the essence of their bond, each picture a window to the joy and emotions that filled the air. Makeup by Sowmya radiated with a glow that matched the brilliance of the day. Riz Entertainment's music set the rhythm of the night, inviting everyone to partake in the joyous dance of unity and delectable cuisine from Bawarchi Irving Phani. Petite Sweets by Laura topped off the evening with delicious treats, symbolizing the couple's sweet future. This event was more than just a wedding; it was a celebration of a cultural unity orchestrated by talented vendors to mark the beginning of Nikitha and Naveen's lifelong journey together. Love.

This wedding was a beautiful celebration of culture and love. Come back for more love stories!

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Baraat: DJ Riz Entertainment | Photography: Hannah Hix Photography | Cinematography: Topher Films | Sangeet / Ceremony Venue / Floral & Decor: Dallas Palms | Planning & Design: Rama Bhat | Makeup by Sowmya: Hair & Makeup | Catering: Bawarchi Irving Phani | Cake & Treats: Petite Sweets by Laura


Riviera Maya, MX Indian Wedding by Ismael Gonzalez Filmmaker

Komal & Jagraj's wedding unfolded as a splendid tapestry of tradition, love, and elegance in the heart of the captivating Riviera Maya. The Sangeet at Generations Riviera Maya set a vibrant tone, with colors and rhythms that bespoke the joy of uniting families. Komal shone brilliantly, her laughter harmonizing with the festive ambiance. Transitioning to the serene El Dorado Royale, the ceremony and reception venues exuded sophistication and romance, each moment immortalized by Ismael Gonzalez Filmmaker keen lens. Alex Corbanezi and Styling Trio enhanced Komal's natural grace with exquisite hair, makeup, and Mehndi, ensuring her every glance was captivating. As Komal & Jagraj exchanged vows, their bond echoed with depth and sincerity, symbolizing not just a union of hearts but also of souls. The meticulous orchestration by Indian Destination Wedding, Inc. ensured that every guest was immersed in the warmth and hospitality that Indian weddings are renowned for—from the lively Sangeet to the final dance at the reception, each moment celebrated love and culture. It  was not merely a celebration but the beginning of a new, enchanting chapter in their love story.

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Jagraj and I met on Tinder; however, we were mutual friends, which helped me decide to meet up with him. We met for sushi and drinks on a casual Saturday night. What was meant to be a two-hour date turned into five hours as we went to the bars around town. We hung out every week until I had to leave for my study abroad program. We talked on the phone every day, waiting to see each other again. I returned a month later, and he asked me to be his girlfriend. I knew he was the one because we had been inseparable since.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
My best friend Alaina said she wanted to go out for drinks before my date night with Jagraj. I agreed, and she drove me to a cute Christmas bar in the city called Urban Roast. The place was decorated so beautifully with Christmas lights, decorations, Christmas trees, and a sign that said, "Kiss me under the mistletoe." As I walked in, I saw all of my best friends and his best friends holding roses. It took me a second to understand what was going on, but I caught on. Alaina proceeded to tell me something he loved about me, and then each one of our friends handed me a rose and also stated what he loved about me. They were all standing in a line, and as I walked by, I saw a giant "MARRY ME" sign with Jagraj standing with a bouquet of flowers for me. Jagraj takes my hand and says some sweet words to me, then gets down on one knee and proposes to me! He later takes me for dinner to a Lebanese restaurant called Ilili.

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.
When it came to planning our wedding, we decided to take a trip to Riviera Maya, Mexico, to check out our potential resorts. We chose the Riviera Maya area to have our wedding, as it holds a special place in my and Jagraj's hearts. That was our first vacation together two years prior, and that is when I knew he was my soulmate.
We worked with Ateet Ahuja from Indian Destination Wedding, Inc. to plan all of this. We had four resorts in mind which would accommodate our number of guests. We selected Generations/El Dorado Royale due to its beautiful tropical scenery and its closeness to the town of Playa del Carmen - mine and Jagraj's favorite town in the Riviera Maya region.
Our overall experience with the venue and vendors was quick, efficient, and flexible; although there were a few hiccups along the way, we had the mindset of "we can't control everything," so it did not stress us out much. We looked at everything from the bigger picture. I found wedding planning to be more fun rather than stressful - as the resort handled everything in-house. I am grateful to the team at Generations/El Dorado Royale for executing our vision well.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
I believe one of the things our guests loved about our wedding was that it felt like a giant rave. There was music, dancing, and entertainment every single day, and we received numerous comments saying our wedding was "the best wedding I have ever been to." The "giant rave" continued as we got party buses for our guests to take them for a night out to Coco Bongo, and they loved it. We were all on the big screen, having dance-offs, and they put our hashtag "#KomalFoundHerRaja" on display, which made the night really special!

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The special moment for us was having our parents and grandparents with us, having a great time. We are blessed to have shared this occasion with them. There are family members who have never been on a vacation together, and this was their first trip. They shared how grateful they were that we decided to have a destination wedding, as it brought everyone together.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Soak it all in! Cherish the little moments with your partner, sing and dance your heart out with your guests and loved ones, and hold your close ones closer.

This wedding was a heartfelt celebration of love, culture, and the beginning of a new life together.

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Travel Concierge: Indian Destination Weddings | Sangeet Venue / Catering: Generations Riviera Maya | Ceremony& Reception Venue: El Dorado Royale | Hair & Makeup: Alex Corbanezi | Mehndi Artist: Styling Trio | Photography: About Time


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