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St Louis, MO Indian Wedding by The Film Perspective

Happy Wednesday, Maharanis! Time for another gorgeous feature wedding, and this time coming from St. Louis. Our lovebirds of the day are Bhavisha & Amit, and if you are looking for some traditional and heartwarming nuptials, then this one is for you. We are so loving the bride's gorgeous dark maroon and coral saree with the golden embroidery! Definitely, the soft tones of coral and baby pink are making huge fashion waves in our Maharani world, and we totally love it. Our friends from The Film Perspective were there at all times so we all could enjoy all the glam that went on for this couple's gala. We know that a brand new filmy is what you need, so hit play below and get inspired! See you there!

 

Looking for some inspo? Then stick around, more weddings to come! 

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Cinematography: The Film Perspective | Photography: The Film Perspective | Ceremony Venue: St Louis Wedding Chapel | Reception Venue: BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Temple | Floral & Decor: Party Hearts Decor | Catering: Kabaab Curry | Catering: BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir Temple | DJ: ArcEos Events / DJ ANNA | Baraat: ArcEos Events / DJ ANNA


Playa del Carmen, MX Indian Wedding by Novia Mia Photography

Wedding season is quickly approaching and you know we don't stop! New fashion, colors, and visions are right around the corner and we can't wait for the next big fashion statement to come up! Indian wedding celebrations change by the day and of course you, ladies, want to be informed about the latest so make sure to check us out! Today, we head down to gorgeous Playa del Carmen for a wedding that was truly an awe-inspiring gala with the ocean as the guest of honor. Aarti & Pritesh totally melted our hearts with their love and our talented friends from Novia Mia Photography were there capturing every single one of the details that made this jubilee, a one of a kind experience. When you are celebrating the most important day of your life at the Paradisus Playa del Carmen, no less than romanticism and breathtaking landscapes are to be expected. So, ladies, here we have it, a brand new filmy to daydream about! Don't miss it!

  

More glam? Stay with us and get those ideas going! 

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Venues: Paradisus Playa del Carmen | Photography: Novia Mia Photography | Cinematography: Novia Mia Photography | Floral & Decor: Latin Asia Cancun | Audio: JSAV Mexico


Old Bridge, NJ Sikh Wedding by Deep Sanan Photography

Maharanis, I hope you ready to enjoy the beautiful visual journey through Varinder & Gurkanver's most special day! We have already been delighted with the breathtaking images of their union, and in case you missed the feature, you can see all the captures here! Now, we will enjoy the best moments of their grand Sikh wedding ceremony and fabulous reception, thanks to a brilliant highlight film captured by Deep Sanan Photography! The wedding spree began with a lovely ceremony and continued at the splendid Grand Marquis. The elegant venue witnessed all the joy and bliss that this amazing couple brought along with their guests. Family and friends danced the night away and had the time of their lives thanks to What The Flip, who helped all captured the perfect photo inside their booth! The lovely bride trusted her beauty needs to Divine Beauty by Vaishali, who created flawless hair and makeup looks for her main festivities and gave her an unforgettable touch of traditional flair with a gorgeous henna design! See all the beauty of Sikh wedding traditions with the visual treat of Varinder & Gurkanver! Just hit play!

More amazing highlight reels tomorrow!

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Hair & Makeup: Divine Beauty by Vaishali | Mehndi Artists: Divine Beauty by Vaishali | Photography: Deep Sanan Photography | Reception Venue: Grand Marquis | Cinematography: Deep Sanan Photography | Photo Booth: What The Flip


Somerset, NJ Indian Wedding by Lightyear Studio

Friday is here, ladies, and that only means one thing: a brand new feature film for your beautiful selves! Some time ago, we had Charu & Manan's picture gallery and it was absolutely beautiful. In case you missed it, you can double-check all the glam here. Today, thanks to Lightyear Studio, we have all the awesomeness that went on their film, and we just know, you are going to love it as well. Looking for the perfect Maharani style for your upcoming day of magic? Well, then you have to check this bride. Her gorgeous and classic ruby saree plus the hair and makeup wonders of Makeup By Anu Sarin were the perfect combo to turn this doll into the Indian princess she was. The Marigold, beautifully decorated by the team from Elegant Affair, was at its very best to house the gala and was already in itself grand. So, what are you gals waiting for? Hit play below and get inspired!

 

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I met my husband at the Olive Branch in New Brunswick at Rutgers Campus. We were both there with a group of friends and just happened to start chatting at the bar and never stopped talking from that day on. He wined and dined me and after the first official date, I remember calling up my best friend/maid of honor and telling her, "I think he's the one! I'm going to marry that guy." Something about him just stuck and I always wanted to be around him or talking to him and luckily it all worked out for the best!
 
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.
My husband and I both have experience in the wedding industry, him a bit more than me, so we sort of had the big things planned in our head before even putting pen to paper. We knew exactly which caterer, decorator, DJ, event planner, and photographer we wanted. We started with those and kept adding on from there. We ended up choosing the first venue that we looked at, which was the Marigold. We got married right at the beginning of wedding season on March 30, so all of the vendors were available and we locked everything in. 
 
Picking a hair and makeup artist is super important because you want to look and feel your best on your wedding day. I had only two trials and ended up picking my artist, Anu Sarin, right after the trial was done. It's important to work with someone who listens to what you want, makes changes based on how you feel in the look, and someone you trust. She and I got along from the beginning and she was very easy to work with which made me feel comfortable.
 
I knew that I wanted a beautiful, elegant, and romantic wedding theme, with light colors and whites and light pinks and candles. That's all I said when I went to the Elegant Affairs meeting, and they turned my vision into a reality. We had beautiful cherry blossom centerpieces, a bamboo mandap with white and light pink roses with greenery and a stunning flower wall. We had candelabras and hanging orbs and lots of candles. It was right out of a fairytale!
 
Picking the right DJ is extremely important because if your guests will remember anything from your wedding, its the food and the music! We went with DJ Sunny Entertainment and they KILLED it. From the Sangeet to the wedding reception, people were on the dance floor the entire night. It didn't even clear out for dinner. They helped us design our custom dance floor, our huge video wall, the sparklers and the fog clouds for our first dance. The emcee was high energy and kept the vibe going all night.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I got my wedding dress in Bombay and I had taken out a bunch of dresses to try on. I knew I wanted to wear a full red lehenga and green jewelry to contrast with it. I put on a few dresses but none of them had that wow factor. Then I put one dress on (the one I ended up with) and thought oh this one is beautiful and it's sparkling and it put a smile on my face right away. I still wanted to see other ones because I didn't want to miss anything, so we put it on the side. After seeing a few more I tried on my dress again and another woman walked by showing interest in it and pointing at it like she wanted to buy it. At that moment I told my mom to pack it up, this is the one! 
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our guests are still complimenting the food from the whole wedding week. We had Moghul Caterers and they did such a fabulous job. We have heard nothing but good things! We didn't want to repeat any items and tried to make sure our guests had food they haven't had before since Moghul is so popular. They worked with us to customize our menu and it worked out awesome.
 
Another thing people loved was the live music we had during the cocktail hour. Philadelphia String Quartet played upbeat music during the cocktail hour, played on the dance floor as people found their seats, and then played violins over our first dance song as we slow danced. It was definitely one of the highlights and everyone loved it!
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The first dance was really perfect. We had a whole choreographed dance that we practiced but when we got on the dance floor, we ended up forgetting all of it and forgoing the choreography. We just started dancing. We added in a few special touches and spins we remembered from the choreography but the rest of it was just pure happiness and enjoying the moment. 
 
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 did a lot of DIY things for the wedding. For example, we had hotel bags custom made in India, I had popcorn boxes with the hindu ceremony program on the sides of the boxes, I designed the menu cards for the reception, custom cocktail napkins, bar signs, the signs for the food stations at the sangeet, etc. I tried to be creative, while not going completely overboard. Everything ended up coming together beautifully and all of the hard work was definitely worth it. Luckily my wonderful and super helpful family sat there and helped me assemble everything on all of the weekends leading up to the wedding! That family time ended up being the most enjoyable part of the wedding planning process! 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
I personally put the planning aside one week before my first wedding event. I HIGHLY recommend every bride do this, just so you can thoroughly be present in the moment and truly enjoy your wedding week. I was confident that I had all of the top vendors in the state working at my wedding and I left it to them to see my vision through, and they really did just that and put on the perfect wedding. Every bride needs to just be in the moment and enjoy it because that week flew by and I would do anything to relive it. Things can go wrong and it won't always be perfect, but no one will notice except you! Don't pay mind to the little things and just fully enjoy being with your family, friends, and loved ones because that week is all about YOU and everyone is there to celebrate YOU (and your hubby)!
 
You know where to look if inspiration is what you seek! Stick around! 
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Floral & Decor: Elegant Affair | Hair & Makeup: Makeup By Anu Sarin | Venues: The Marigold | Sangeet Venue: Royal Albert’s Palace | Planning & Design: Rose Events LLC | Cinematography: Lightyear Studio | Photography: Lightyear Studio | DJ: DJ Sunny Entertainment | Catering: Moghul Caterers | Live Music: Philadelphia String Quartet


Bridgewater, NJ Indian Wedding by Pandya Photography

It is time to kick start our week with all the glam in the world with an equally grand couple! This time, we head down to a place that has been receiving us a lot lately! Love is definitely flying all over New Jersey. I tell you that! Our lovebirds of the day, Monica & Ganesh, are everything you want out of an Indian couple. Their vision was full of style, color, smiles, and of course, their precious and loved guests. What a day, and what a beautiful bride! Maharani Monica was looking drop-dead gorgeous, and her glam team from Looks by Jassi totally had something to do with it! Such talent! Lucky for us, our always incredible friends from Pandya Photography were there to capture every single one of the details, including the striking floral decoration from none other than Aishas Wedding Decor! You know who to call if you are trying to go big! After a milestone like a wedding, we know the after-party is a must and when you have the beats from M4U Events, the party is totally assured. So, dolls, we know you want this, so let's get to it! Hit play below for details.

More to come, stay with us! 

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Photography: Pandya Photography | DJ: M4U Events | Hair & Makeup: Looks by Jassi | Floral & Decor: Aishas Wedding Decor | Cinematography: Pandya Photography | Ceremony Venue: Sri Venkateswara Temple (Balaji Mandir) & Community Center | Reception Venue: Rasoi III Restaurant & Banquet | Catering: Rasoi III Restaurant & Banquet | Catering: Ganesh Temple from Flushing


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