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Cancun, MX Indian Wedding by Biyani Photography

Good morning, Maharanis! We were dying to get back to you to share this new and marvelous film created by the great talent from Biyani Photography, who captured every single detail from Saakshi & Indy's magical wedding ceremony. To begin this journey, have your passport ready because we are taking you to one of the most beautiful beaches in the Rivera Maya in Cancun, Mexico, for you to take part in this wedding celebration. Our friends from Electric Karma International took our lovebirds dreamed vision and planned the wedding of their dreams. And, let me tell you that everything seemed like taken out from a fairy tale. Just lovely! Del Cabo Events took care of the decoration and trust me; they added perfection to this lifechanging event, with floral arrangements and well-mixed ornaments that everyone loved. Speaking of perfection, you will love how Saakshi, our gorgeous Maharani, looked during the whole event. She delivered natural beauty and dazzled everyone, thanks to the marvelous talent of Suzanne Morel Face and Body Care, who took care of her beauty needs. We can't forget to mention the phenomenal music beats that our friends from 3D Sounds created for this celebration. They made everyone danced and made this celebration an epic one. You will love every single detail from it. So click on the play icon below and get ready to enjoy this marvelous wedding! 

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
During my fourth year of dental school, Indy and I planned an impromptu trip to Paris. I spent a lot of time planning out the whole trip with Indy, little did I know he already had it all planned out! Our first morning in Paris, we went to Montmartre, my favorite part of Paris. It was a bit of a gloomy morning but Indy insisted we go anyway. Once we were there, Indy proposed in a garden in front of The Wall of Love and had a photographer waiting there to capture the moment! She captured the entire proposal as well as the snow flurries that begun falling immediately after he proposed! We spent the next 5 days enjoying everything that Paris has to offer.
 
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 could not have planned this wedding without the help of our wedding planner, Therese (Electric Karma), and our families! It truly was a team effort with each member of our family playing a big part. After visiting Cabo with my parents and Therese, we immediately chose Paradisus Los Cabos as our venue. Once the venue was in place, Therese guided us in picking all of the vendors, most of which she knew personally. We got lucky with the most incredible group of vendors who we worked with closely over the course of one year to plan all of the details.
 
Wedding Planner: Electric Karma
Venue: Paradisus Los Cabos
Photographer/Videographer: Biyani Photo
Caterer: Chef Gaurav Anand
Hair and Make-Up: Suzanne Morel
Decor: Del Cabo Weddings
DJ: 3D Sounds
Sangeet and Wedding Outfits: Anita Dongre
Sangeet Entertainment & Mehendi: Cabo Entertainment Company
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part was the amount of time that Indy and I spent talking to our parents and sisters and bouncing ideas off each other throughout the year. I felt that both of our families really bonded through the wedding planning process. The brunches, family "meetings" and phone calls made the planning process fun! Especially because Indy and I lived in New York and Boston, respectively, for half of the planning process, so it was nice being in touch with our family in Texas.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
The guests loved how much detail went around planning four days of events. It is very rare for an Indian wedding to stick to a schedule, but we were able to make it work! We had our wedding in Cabo San Lucas at the Paradisus Los Cabos resort, a relatively small resort which means our wedding took over the majority of rooms with all ~240 guests staying there. We had beautiful weather the whole week and Cabo is such a breathtaking place to spend time with friends and family before getting married! Everyone was in vacation-mode and had plenty of energy for the four days of fun that we had planned! Guests also had plenty of time each day to enjoy the resort, beach and the town since we had the Sangeet, Wedding Ceremony, and Reception each on a separate day.
 
Everyone also loved the food! The resort had a variety of great sit-down restaurants and we were lucky to have Chef Gaurav Anand fly in from New York City to cater our wedding! He curated a wonderful menu of Indian, Mexican, and International dishes for the Sangeet, Wedding Day, Cocktail hour and Reception. He put together an incredible plated Indian dinner for our reception which was the one thing I really wanted all along!!
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
I just keep dreaming about the whole week of countless amazing memories! We truly had the best week of our lives in paradise with all of our family and friends. We're already planning a reunion trip!
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
There are so many aspects to planning a wedding that I never even thought of before this whole process. Having a knowledgable wedding planner, such as Therese, who has done this almost 1,000 times (literally!) really helped us achieve everything we wanted! Without her knowledge and experience, we would have been overwhelmed, especially since we chose to do a destination wedding.

If you were inspired today, wait to see what we have prepared just for you tomorrow. So stay tuned!
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Planning & Design: Electric Karma International | Photography: Biyani Photography | Cinematography: Biyani Photography | Floral & Decor: Del Cabo Events | Hair & Makeup: Suzanne Morel Face and Body Care | Catering (Sangeet): Chef Gaurav | Catering: Chef Gaurav Anand | Bollywood Performers & Instructors / Mehndi Artist: Cabo Entertainment | Lighting: JSAV | DJ: 3D Sounds | Priest: P.D. Gangatirkar


Arlington, VA Indian Wedding by The Wedding Cartel

Good morning, ladies! Are you ready for a new film? I bet you are! I know that you will love today's film since we are double featuring Deepthi & Mihir's wedding festivities. Enjoy the marvelous gallery, brought to you thanks to the photo captures by ENVZN and the visual masterpiece from The Wedding Cartel, who made sure to capture every single emotion and intimate moment, creating the phenomenal film below! The Hyatt Regency Crystal City hosted the wedding ceremony and reception, and let me tell you that everyone enjoyed every single moment of this lovely event. Every celebration was perfect, and Imperial Decor caught all people's attention thanks to the different environments they created. Everything was executed to a borderline of perfection, making our lovely duo enjoy their big day, knowing that they were living their dreamed wedding day. Just splendid! If you are wondering who orchestrated the event, we have the answer for you. It was none other than SW Events, who took our couple's vision and transformed it into a reality. You will love the epic beats from DynastyAV, who turned this gala into a real party! So, click play below and get ready to enjoy it!

Another film is in the oven for you. So stay tuned for more! 

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DJ: DynastyAV | Planning & Design: SW Events | Ceremony Venue: Hyatt Regency Crystal City | Reception Venue: Hyatt Regency Crystal City | Floral & Decor: Imperial Decor | Hair & Makeup: SKS Salon | Catering: Bombay Tandoor | Cinematography: The Wedding Cartel | Mehndi Artist: Naseem's Henna & Arts | Photo Booth: Wild Smiles | Rentals: S&Y Rentals | Photography: ENVZN


Dearborn, MI Indian Wedding by Nathan English Photography

Happy Wednesday, Maharanis! We are here to bring you a bit of inspiration for you to recharge your batteries to face the last few days of the week. Today, you will love what we have prepared for you. Thanks to the talented team from Nathan English Photography, we are double-featuring this marvelous love story! We have a breathtaking gallery and also the visual masterpiece below. Both are works of art that showcase all the emotions and intimate moments of Nayaab & Nouman during their wedding festivities. And we want to make a big shoutout to Utsav Planners, Inc, for the perfect planning and execution of this life-changing event. And believe us, you will love every single detail of it! Our gorgeous Maharani dazzled everyone with a royalty look. And we can say for sure that she made the right choice by trusting her beauty needs to Hair by Aysha, who made sure to create a unique look for her. During the reception party, DJ Ice & Fresh lighted up the event creating a memorable and epic celebration that everyone will remember forever. So don't think twice and click on the play icon below to relive this magical love story. You'll get tons of inspiring ideas from it!

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Nouman and I met through a match-making service for young professionals of our religion. I was hesitant because I thought it would be like online dating, but it didn’t involve even going online (no swiping right or left!). After talking to my consultant, Nouman was the first person that she recommended I talk to and that was it! After talking on the phone for a few weeks, we started visiting each other, splitting weekends between Grand Rapids, Michigan and Chicago, Illinois. We really prioritized each other through out the long-distance period of our relationship. I knew he was the one pretty early on, probably around our third date. It felt like I was hanging out with someone I had known all my life.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We had talked about wanting to get married and looked at rings together. So even though I knew it was coming, Nouman still managed to surprise me. We went out for my birthday dinner in downtown Chicago at a restaurant overlooking the water. After dinner he told me to open my gift. It was a bigger box, so I knew it wasn’t the ring, and I opened it to see a box of pop-up stationary cards featuring a sloth hanging from a tree branch. He said I could use them to write goodbye notes to friends in Michigan once I moved to Illinois and urged me to open the first card to see the pop-up sloth. When I did, I just saw this flash of light and realized he had attached the ring to the tree branch. By that time he was down on one knee asking me to marry him. Afterwards we went downstairs to the restaurant’s lounge area where a group of our friends were waiting to congratulate and celebrate with us. It was so thoughtful and we had a blast the rest of the night!
 
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.
Utsav Planners was our wedding planner and we had a great experience. Rupali and her team made sure everything went perfectly and they made my vision a reality. They really took care of us the entire time. So many brides told me about how their wedding day was the most stressful day of their lives. I had the opposite experience. Nouman and I were stress free and had so much fun the entire time. For the wedding I wanted neutrals, hints of blush and lots of greenery for a soft, romantic feeling. My dad suggested the Henry Ford Museum for our Venue and he was totally right. I wanted something different, something that would stand out against the sea of weddings we all attend, but still elegant, so this venue was perfect.
Hair and makeup was an easy decision. If you want the best in Michigan, that’s Jahura Hobby and Hair by Aysha. I have never felt more beautiful in my life and they both made me feel so relaxed and comfortable. I went with Luxorious Couture by Marium S for my mehndi and nikah outfits, Suffuse by Sana Yasir for the shaadi, and Rema & Shehrbano for the walimah.
Our photographer/videographer was Nathan English. Hands down one of the best decisions we made for the entire wedding. Nathan is truly an artist and on top of that, one of the most genuine, kind souls you will ever meet.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I wanted something in a soft color with sheer elements and unique details, so when I saw this gown from Suffuse by Sana Yasir, I knew it was my dream dress immediately. I know it's a cliche, but I felt like a princess in it.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Seeing different options for décor was really fun! Before that it was hard to imagine how everything would come together, so this really helped visualize things and make it real.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
I think our guests really enjoyed the venue, especially because the museum was open for them to explore. They also loved the cake. Almost a year later and people still tell me it’s the best cake they’ve ever had. We have The Cakabakery to thank for that!
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
When Nouman insisted on being in the hotel room as I got my hair and makeup done for the Mehndi party! Typically this is a big no-no, but he was so bored and wanted to hang out. And at the end of the day, I got to hang out with my best friend before kicking off our wedding weekend so that was really special.
 
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.
I wanted a subtle carnival inspired theme for the Mehndi, so we went with bright colors and multiple food stations for guests to visit, along with custom lattes and a mehndi artist for guests.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Go into this knowing it will not be absolutely perfect only because nothing ever is! But if you have the right people with you, you won’t even know what tiny thing didn’t happen exactly how you wanted and you probably won’t care. I would also write down a couple things that are priorities to you, things that truly matter, and make sure your team knows. For example, I wanted our religious ceremony to be the morning before the large wedding, with very limited number of people, and I did not want people to have their phones out. I got pushback about this but to me, this was the most important part of the entire weekend and I wanted Nouman and I to be 100% present during it. So pick out your priorities and stick to your guns about them!
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
I want to acknowledge my father for giving me a wedding beyond anything I could have dreamed of. He always worried about not knowing how to do these kinds of things as a dad but I think he is a wedding planning pro. He also saved the tikka jewelry my mother wore during their wedding for my marriage ceremony. It was so meaningful to have a piece of her with me and honor her in that way.

Visit us tomorrow for more. I bet you will love what we have for you!
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Planning & Design: Utsav Planners,Inc. | Floral & Decor: Utsav Planners,Inc. | DJ: DJ Ice & Fresh Productions | Sangeet Venue: Dearborn Inn | Ceremony Venue / Reception Venue: The Henry Autograph Collection | Floral & Decor: Christopher & Co | Hair & Makeup: Hair by Aysha | Catering (Rangoli): Habib Cuisine | Cake & Treats: Cakabakery | Cinematography: Nathan English Photography | Live Music: Justin Ward | Mehndi Artist: Scarlet White Lydia Hannah Designs | Mehndi Artist: Vaidehi Design Henna Art | Photography: Nathan English Photography


Atlanta, GA Indian Wedding by Blu Couture Wedding Films

Welcome back and happy Monday, Maharanis! We are pleased to be with you again! We are starting March, and with this new month and season, we have tons of new ideas to fill your inspiration. We are privileged today to bring you the marvelous wedding film of Shibani & Ashish. This visual gem from Blu Couture Wedding Films, caught on reel every single detail and special moment of the festivity. But, this is not the only visual feature we are presenting today. You can also be delighted by this wedding photo gallery prepared by Fenglong Photography by clicking here. What a deal! Right on top, let's go to the grand Hilton Atlanta Northeast, where this celebration took place. We are almost out of words to describe the perfection of this venue and the lovely union that took place inside its walls! Everything was set up and executed with such detail.  Pure Lotus Events took our lovebird's vision and transformed it into a big Indian affair, not to mention the marvelous decoration crafted by Weddings InStyle and DJ Jaz- GTB Productions's music. What a combo! Natural beauty and glamour were the signature of Maharani Shibani during the whole gala. We can say that she made the right choice by trusting her beauty and fashion needs to Color Impressions by Saba. Such talent! If you want to relive this memorable day, go ahead and click play below.

 

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Ashish first expressed his feelings to me at a secluded garden on Georgia Tech's campus (where we went to college) in 2011, and he knew that same spot would be the best, most sentimental location to pop the big question. He asked my parents for their blessing, and they were overjoyed! To plan the proposal, Ashish worked closely with my brother, Rohan. As a current student at Georgia Tech, Rohan convinced me that he had an event on campus on December 16, 2017 (the day of the proposal) that he wanted the whole family to be present for. On the day of the proposal, Ashish pretended to be at work, texting me throughout the day about what a busy day he was having there. In reality, he was working with Rohan, his sister and brother-in-law to intricately decorate and set up the proposal spot with rose petals, candles, lanterns, and of course, champagne. As I arrived on campus expecting Rohan's supposed "event", I was shocked to see Ashish waiting for me instead. I immediately started crying tears of joy, and Ashish took my hand and walked me to the garden. He had hired a photographer and a violinist who played some of our favorite romantic songs. He asked me to dance as we reminisced about our past 6 and a half years together. Then, Ashish got down on one knee and proposed. It was the easiest question I ever had to answer! We joined our families for a special dinner afterwards.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
Choosing a bridal lengha is a big deal - it's part of all of your pictures, videos and memories! I was fortunate to have so much help from my mom with all of our wedding planning, including my outfits. She has an amazing eye and my taste emulates hers. I had been talking to a few designers, but nothing stood out to me as "the one". I knew I wanted red with green accents, and I wanted a design that felt modern but had traditional elements. During our search, Mom came across Chamee & Palak, a boutique in Mumbai, and I worked with them through WhatsApp and over the phone to design my dream wedding lengha (as well as three other outfits for my other events), customized to my preferences and size. They were amazing to work with, and my outfits were beyond my imagination. I loved that my wedding lengha was red, had green detail, and also featured a pink ruffle at the bottom that felt like a unique, slightly playful touch. I still look back at our wedding pictures feeling so grateful to have worn the outfit of my dreams!
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
I'm not going to lie - food and cake tasting were both mine and my husband's most enjoyable parts of the planning process! It was so fun bringing our families along and getting to try rich, delicious food and cake. I went on a semi-diet before the wedding, so I welcomed the excuse to indulge. Also, many components of wedding planning can be stressful, but these were not in the slightest!
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
As a surprise for us during our reception, my mom planned for family members from both of our sides to perform a medley of short dances. We loved the dances they did for us, and the time they all took to choreograph and practice beforehand meant so much. However, my favorite part was when the medley ended, all of our family members formed a U-shape around the dance floor and held hands, signifying our families coming together as one. They brought Ashish and me to join in, and although marriage itself symbolizes the merger of the bride and groom's families, the gesture was so sweet. I replay this moment in my mind often.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Wedding planning is likely going to be stressful for you. If you're anything like me, you've been dreaming about your big day for as long as you can remember, and you want it to be as close to perfect as possible. A few things that helped me were:
 
1. Hiring a day-of coordinator, if your budget permits. We had an incredible experience with Dhara from Pure Lotus Events. She managed our wedding and reception beautifully; we didn't feel any stress on the day of our main events. She communicated with us throughout our planning process and reminded my family and I of things we would not have otherwise thought about, she managed our schedule, and most importantly, she managed our vendors on the day of our wedding. We were not planning to hire a day-of coordinator, but I am so glad we worked with Dhara. I only have delightful memories from our wedding day.
 
2. Involve your fiancé in the planning. My husband was involved each step of the way, from choosing our venue, to invitations, to food (this one did not take any arm-twisting), our reception flow - everything. Involving your fiancé can be challenging when you have different ideas, but ultimately, it's one of the biggest days in both of your lives. What you learn from planning a wedding together is important as you plan other important things together later in life!
 
3. Be open about how you feel during the wedding planning process. Speak up about what is important to you and your significant other. Know that you probably won't get everything the way you've always imagined it in your head since South Asian weddings typically tend to involve both the bride and groom's families in the planning, and distinguish the must-haves vs. the nice-to-haves. If you can be flexible on some of the nice-to-haves, you'll likely find that you are able to manage your planning-related stress more effectively.
 
You've been dreaming about this day for a while, so do what you need to in order to feel the bliss and love you deserve to feel on your big day. Maybe you can get a massage with one of your besties a few days beforehand, take time to relax and enjoy your spa/beauty treatments, and just find little moments on the days leading up to your wedding that you can enjoy with your fiancé, even if it's going to get your marriage license. You will probably be surrounded by friends and family on the wedding day itself, so I highly recommend cherishing the opportunities you have to take it all in with just the two of you.
 
If you were inspired today, come back tomorrow. We have something special prepared for you. 
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Floral & Decor: Weddings InStyle | DJ: DJ Jaz- GTB Productions | Baraat: DJ Jaz- GTB Productions | Lighting: DJ Jaz- GTB Productions | Planning & Design: Pure Lotus Events | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Hilton Atlanta Northeast | Hair & Makeup: Color Impressions by Saba | Catering: CB Catering | Bridal Fashions: Chamee & Palak | Bridal Jewelry: Kiian | Cake & Treats: Celso Rodriguez | Cinematography: Blu Couture Wedding Films | Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling: Color Impressions by Saba | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Marigold Invites | Invitations & Wedding Stationery (Stationary): Creatively Patel | Mehndi Artist: Yesha Desai | Photo Booth: Stop the Time | Registry: Zola | Photographer: Fenglong Photography


Atlanta, GA Indian Wedding by Wildcolors by abi

It is Friday, Ladies! We want to end this week with a wonderful double feature of the phenomenal wedding festivities of Bindiya & Himesh. Thanks to the enormous talent of Wildcolors by abi, we can enjoy every single detail through an extraordinary gallery! Will relive the most significant moments of this wedding hosted at the grand Sonesta Gwinnett Place Atlanta. We want to mention several aspects from that day, as the uncomparable decoration created by 5th season, the fabulous and delicious cuisine from Annapurna Catering Service. But we want to give a big shoutout to our beautiful Bindiya, our Maharani, who impressed everyone, specially Himesh, with a glowing hair and makeup look by Edge & Priss Luxury Bridal Glam. Her fashion was in charge of Shyamal & Bhumika, and of course, the excellent mehndi art talent from Rozisalim Virani. The entire look was just splendid. So don't think twice, click on play below and enjoy!

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We actually met during my fourth year of college at a UGA vs UTK college football game in Knoxville, Tennessee. We had mutual friends, but had never crossed paths before. I remember the first day I was in Knoxville and my cousin had introduced us, and Himesh actually ignored me and showed zero interest in making an acquaintance. I remember thinking "wow people in Tennessee are rude."
 
The next day after the game, in a bar of course, I had a second encounter with Himesh. My friends and cousins had gone to the bathroom, and I was sitting by myself. Himesh came over to to talk to me (probably to console me after UGA's tragic loss) and we just had a casual conversation that neither of us really thought much of. I remember he asked me the same question twice in regards to my major.
 
After we parted ways, I remember being back in Athens and getting a friend request from him on Facebook. I messaged him first thanking him for giving me company in Knoxville and the rest was history! We instantly connected and talked about our childhood memories, life goals, family, interests and of course I had to make fun of him a few times. I eventually agreed to go on our first date. He was in medical school in East Tennessee at the time and showed up to my apartment late! Of course all the restaurants were closed at this time so I decided to just cook dinner for us. I made him falafel (which he loved -- and if you know Himesh you know he loves food), we talked for hours, and soon realized we were two pieces of the same soul. We dated for 3.5 years until we finally got married and moved to Jacksonville, Florida for his residency at Mayo Clinic!
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
- The groom's perspective (Himesh Zaver):
Someone once told me "when you know, you know." From the beginning, with B, I knew I was in for a lifetime of laughter and smiles...on a full stomach. The hardest part of the proposal was not picking out the perfect ring or asking her father for her hand in marriage, instead it was planning something she would never forget. I've always tried my best to remind her she's worth a million bucks and more, and I went through hundreds of scenarios, locations, and ways I would ask. With B, it has never been the gift that put a smile on her face, but the handwritten card or letter that went with it. In the end, I decided on the things that matter most to her.
 
Our proposal was made possible with the support and help of many of our family and friends. Bindiya's day began with a letter, a painting, and her favorite breakfast. Her first letter highlighted how we met, our first date, and playful clues on what to expect throughout the day.  When first getting to know B, she told me her favorite flower was the Black Dahlia. On our first date, I brought her Black Dahlia flower seeds because I was never able to find the actual flower. Fast forward two and a half years and I still have not been able to get my hands on those flowers so I had a painting made of the exact jar of seeds I brought her and the full bloomed Dahlia. As the day went on, Bindiya received more letters, had a manicure with her sister, and finally arrived at Piedmont Park where I nervously awaited for her arrival. I was under a gazebo, and although I forgot how I asked, and honestly even if she said yes or not, I do remember how perfect she looked, and how happy I was to now call her my fiancé!     
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I flew to India specifically for wedding shopping. I found all of my outfits for each day's events in Bombay. I definitely had an open mind when I began my wedding shopping. I saved pins on pinterest and had a few ideas in mind. I spent the first 3 days just browsing at various stores and designers so I could see all my options.
 
I remember walking into Shyamal & Bhumika and just falling in love with the hand embroidered work and contrasting colors. I never saw myself wearing "all" red, but I knew I wanted to incorporate the color in my wedding lengha as it's a traditional color in Hindu weddings. Ironically, I ended up selecting a bridal lengha from Shyamal & Bhumika that I had a screen-shot of on my phone. Before I even saw it in person, I loved this dress but never really thought it was suit me or be within my reach. I really loved the contrasting mint, peach, pinks, and coral red's within my outfit and my husband's outfit! I was truly blessed with this beautiful dress! I wouldn't have it any other way.
 
In addition, on the day of the wedding, I was able to also wear my mother's wedding sari (33 years old I might add) for the Baraat and groom welcoming. It was really important to me to be able to share a piece of my parents' wedding on my special day because we both share the same wedding anniversary. That's right, April 20th was also my parents' wedding date. This wasn't planned but it's funny how things turn out. I'll always have this memory with me and remember them as I celebrate the years to come with Himesh!
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
A unique part of my wedding was that all five events of my wedding were at the same venue. All the guests, both bride and groom's side, stayed at the same hotel where the ballroom was also located. Everyone was able to hangout during downtimes and get together and talk. I remember everyone telling my parents and me that they had such a blast because of the convenience and timeliness of all of the wedding events. My dad and I planned my wedding on our own and made sure everything ran according to schedule.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
A wedding comes once in a lifetime. It took me a long time (near the last month really) to get over the stress of wedding planning and actually start to enjoy the process. Now looking back on it, I truly loved spending time with my family planning the events, and I'll always cherish these memories. The amount of love and support you receive throughout this process and on the big day is truly indescribable. For all future brides-to-be, I really recommend remembering the true meaning of marriage and the point of having a wedding. At the end of the day, it's not about the little details like a fancy car, forgotten dessert, technical AV difficulties, but solely about you getting to marry the love of your life on a day you will never get back or forget.
 
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Photography: Wildcolors by abi | Cinematography: Wildcolors by abi | Venues: Sonesta Gwinnett Place Atlanta | Floral & Decor: 5th season | Hair & Makeup: Edge & Priss Luxury Bridal Glam | Catering: Annapurna Catering Service | DJ: Encore Entertainment | Bridal Fashions: Shyamal & Bhumika | Mehndi Artist: Rozisalim Virani


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