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Jersey City, NJ Indian Wedding by PhotosMadeEz

Welcome back, glam seeking dolls! You know what time it is! A brand new wedding film just arrived, and we can't wait to share it with you for our daily dose of Maharani charm we all love. This one is coming from Jersey City, and it was as amazing and grand as you could imagine. Our always talented friends from PhotosMadeEz crafted for us a gorgeous visual memento of that magical day, and in it, every feature and detail can be fully appreciated! This comes particularly handy when we are searching for some decor and floral ideas. We know that weddings can also get hectic, especially when you have so many guests that you want to pamper. Lucky for our couple, the planning and design skills of Tum Hi Ho Events shone bright and provided our couple with the peace of mind that well-planned galas give. So, ladies, we are confident that you are going to love today's filmy so hit play below and get inspired!

More details and more weddings coming up! 

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Photography: PhotosMadeEz | Cinematography: PhotosMadeEz | Planning & Design: Tum Hi Ho Events | Garba Venue: Liberty House Restaurant | Ceremony Venue: Jersey City Hyatt | Reception Venue: Jersey City Hyatt | Floral & Decor: Elegant Affairs Inc. | Hair & Makeup: KC Makeup by Karuna Chani | Catering: Moghul Caterers | DJ: DJ Sunny Entertainment | Baraat Horse: Caliber Farms | Cakes & Treats: Carlo's Bakery | Mehndi Artist: Bridal Henna Artist - Dipti Desai


Franklin Square, NY Indian Wedding by Michael J. Scott Productions

Welcome back, ladies! Today's filmy is one that you will remember forever; we can guarantee that! Our friends from Michael J. Scott Productions truly outdid themselves, and we are absolutely loving every single part of it. New York was our place of destination and The Sand Castle Caterers venue was looking at its very best for Candace & Reginald's union. The icy mountains and green plateaus were the absolute perfect and breathtaking scenography for these two lovebirds as we will see. Believe me, there is some serious style happening in today's feature that you can't miss! The color palette chosen was this ode to style and elegance and we know you are going to be dazzled with it. More of this gala? Hit play below for details!

 

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We met in 2010 at a family barbecue, but we didn't speak to each other. After the BBQ he added me on Facebook and we started talking. I think we officially started going out in 2012. And I say "I think" because we don't have an official anniversary date. I always told Reggie the only anniversary date I wanted to have was our wedding date. I knew he was the one when he started to talk to me about our future together at such a young age. He would talk about marriage, kids our house together. 

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
My Fiancé Reginald arranged a surprise weekend vacation for us. I packed my bags the Friday before work and left directly after work to head to the airport. I did not find out where we going until we got inside the airport terminal. Puerto Rico! Once we landed he handed the taxi driver the directions. After 30 minutes we arrive to the beautiful estate of the St. Regis Bahia Beach Resort! Overwhelmed by the beauty of the entrance alone, we entered and checked and we're escorted to our room. A beautiful oceanfront suite. The following morning we had breakfast, walked around to explore the beautiful resort. He had arranged a wonderful couples spa treatment, which took place in a private cabana on the beach. So relaxing! Then once we got back to our room he told me to get ready, he arranged for a photographer to take some pictures of us. We took pictures for about 30 minutes ending on the beach, I told Reginald I was hungry, he looked at me and said "good, we're going to eat soon." We walked over to a dinner table on the beach that I had somehow completely overlooked while we were taking pictures. And at that point, the photographer left, so I was confused. Obviously with the photographer I had my suspicions that he was going to propose but when she left so did my suspicions. We had a personal waiter and a full personalized 5-course menu.  We had our first course when he pulled out the box and asked me to marry him against the beautiful sunset where I then burst into tears and said yes!

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 began planning our wedding in 2017 after our engagement prayers. We received our wedding date from the pundit, July 14, 2019. The first thing we did was decide on wedding hashtag, #RosesAreRedPoliahIDo, a play on roses are red violets are blue. Which ultimately helped us conclude we wanted our wedding to be rose themed and in a garden setting. The first vendors I booked were my makeup artist for the wedding day, my henna artist and the cinematography team. Then we booked our two most important vendors after much shopping around, the venue and our decorators. The rest of our vendors were booked throughout 2018 with not much issue. We got our bridesmaids outfits from Shingar Bridals. The Groom's and groomsmen outfits came from Lisa's Bridal Couture. 

We did price out a few wedding planners, but we ultimately decided we wanted to put the money we would have spent on a planner towards our decorations. And anything we could provide ourselves for decorations we did, like the parasol umbrellas for our guest during the ceremony we bought. And the floral phoolan ki chadar used for my first entrance was made by one of our groomsmen and bridesmaid.

We did have a few vendors fall through on us. And our biggest problem vendor was our tent company, All-in-one Party Rentals, which we needed for our pre-wedding events at each of our homes. From poor communication to poor measurements to delayed service, to last-minute fees, their service was all around terrible. We did our best to work around every inconvenience and not let it affect our excitement for the happiest days of our lives.

 Our overall experience with our venue, Sand Castle in Franklin Square NY was beyond compare, they catered to our needs both during the planning and on the actual wedding and reception days. Their team helped us navigate through the day as seamlessly as we could. My hair and make-up artists Tamanna was also exceptional. She got me ready by 4 am in my first outfit at my home and then came back to the venue to help me change into my Sabyasachi bridal lengha. We were running behind when it was time for my outfit change but Tamanna was ready to go. Picture those pit crews in NASCAR, I was the car and Tamanna and bridesmaids were the pit crew undressing me, redressing me putting my jewelry on, retouching my makeup and hair, and pinning my dupatta in what felt like less than 10 minutes. Our photographer, Efrain of J'adore Love Photography was a Godsend to us, we literally booked him the week of or wedding. We were able to book him for 3 out of the 4 days we needed for photography. He came to each event ready to capture the beauty of everything and everyone. And from all the previews we've seen, I know he did a wonderful job as well. The cinematography team, MJS production did an amazing capturing the true emotion of our wedding in such a beautiful manner. And the next day edit is still being talked about amongst our guest. 

We appreciate every one of our vendors that provided their best service to us on our wedding days.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
For my bridal lengha I knew I wanted traditional red, and I knew I wanted it to be a Sabyasachi piece. Reggie had previously worn a Sabyasachi sherwani for our engagement, so I knew who to contact. They sent some styles in my price range and I choose the one I felt was the most traditional but still sparkly. And I have to be honest I was sure I was going to be able to do the outfit justice because of how short I am but I have to say, I think everything came together beautifully.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
For us, the most enjoyable part of planning our wedding was trying to figure out how to include our dog, Pluto in the wedding. As much as we wanted to have him with us on the wedding day we knew he wouldn't be able to handle all the noise. So we decided to have him with for the pre-wedding events while we were home.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our guest enjoyed all the food Sand Castle had to offer, from the cocktail hour to the main entree, to dessert. The biggest compliment we got was that the food was never-ending and it was good. The guest also really enjoyed the screening of our next day edits our wedding reception.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The moment I was being carried in on the doli and I saw Reggie waiting for me at the front of the mandap. I could see him getting emotional and I just felt so at ease at this point. Finally, we were going to be husband and wife.

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.
Johnathan of Johnny's Royal Events did a wonderful job decorating my stage for my Mehindi night. He listened to what I wanted and was open to feedback throughout the installation of the backdrop. 

My siblings and cousins planned a great group dance for my Mehndi night that everyone loved. I personally loved it the most because most of them aren't dancers and still agreed to it!

At Reggie's house for his Maticoor he had a performance by Rakesh Yankarran, which everyone really enjoyed. He also had a large group of Tassa players who came and played.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
As hard as it may be in the moment, remain calm and enjoy your day! 

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
My jewelry came from three vendors Kundan Sets, Anayah Jewellery, and Free Rani. My Pre-wedding events and the jewelry in my first bridal outfit (the yellow lengha) was from Kundan Sets. My jewelry for my Sabyasachi bridal was a mixture of Anayah Jewellery and Free Rani. The manpathi and nose ring was from Anayah Jewellery and everything was from Free Rani.

My mehndi was done by the amazing Monita of Henna orally, of course including Pluto in it again.

 

More to come, stay with us! 

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Cinematography: Michael J. Scott Productions | Photography: J’Adore Love Photography | Ceremony Venue: Sand Castle Caterers | Reception Venue: Sand Castle Caterers | Floral & Decor: Johnny's Royal Events | Hair/Make-up /Jewelry Setting /Draping: Beauty by Tamanna | Bridal Fashions: Shingar Bridal Wear | Bridal Fashions: Brides of Sabyasachi | Tent Draping: Raaj Enterprises | Mehndi Artist: Henna For All | Groom's Outfit: Lisa's Bridal Couture


North Haledon, NJ Indian Wedding by PhotosMadeEz

PhotosMadeEz has created for us, ladies, a feature film that will leave you completely sighing. Every detail of this incredibly heartwarming union was caught by their talented crew, so be sure that this feature will be quite a ride. This couple's youthful and elegant vibrancy couldn't go unnoticed here in Maharani Weddings and that is why we are super excited to share the moments that led Komal & Chirag to the aisle to unite their lives for eternity. One look at the amazingly striking decor details for the ceremony and you will know what the world style means. So amazingly vivid and colorful! The Tides Estate was at its absolute best for the gala and the newlyweds couldn't have chosen a better place to celebrate it. So, ladies, time to hit play and get jazzy with today's featured wedding coming all the way from the always surprising New Jersey. Are you ready? We know you are, let's get those ideas moving!

 

Stay with us, dolls, more inspo coming up! 

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Photography: PhotosMadeEz | Cinematography: PhotosMadeEz | Venues: The Tides Estate | Planning & Design: Glamarous Events | Floral & Decor: Glamarous Events | Makeup: Make up by Marissa | Hair: Styles by Helen | Catering: Moghul Caterers | DJ: DJ USA | Baraat Car: Cloud 9 Exotics


Jersey City, NJ Indian Wedding by Lightyear Studio

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

 

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

 

Stay with us, dolls, more glam to come! 

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


Santa Ana, CA Indian Wedding by Avec Lumiere Productions

It is time for another filmy, ladies! This time around, we follow Avani & Divesh's path to the aisle in their quintessential Indian wedding and as you can imagine, it was as grand and glamorous as ever! These two lovebirds just poured out their love in all directions, so much that you can almost feel it! From the Baraat parade thanks to Enchanted Carriages, to the reception, everything was so romantic! The outdoor ceremony held at the gardens of the Coyote Hills Golf Course, beautifully planned and designed by The Marigold Company, was this ode to style, truly to die for! Of course, Maharani Avani was absolutely glowing in her ruby saree. She just owned the entire celebration and that is what a real Maharani is all about! Beauty by Lishma assisted our bride with her hair & makeup and the result? Well... let's just say Raja Divesh definitely hit the jackpot with this Hindu beauty and so did she! I'm so excited for this, ladies, I know you are going to love every frame of today's cinematic experience thanks to our talented friends from Avec Lumiere Productions. More of this love-fueled bash? Hit play below and relieve all the glitter!

 

Stick around for more filmy feel goods! 

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Hair & Makeup: Beauty by Lishma | Planning & Design: The Marigold Company | Photo Booths: The Marigold Company | Baraat: Enchanted Carriages | Cinematography: Avec Lumiere Productions | Photography: Randery Imagery | Ceremony Venue: Coyote Hills Golf Course | Reception Venue: Doubletree OC Airport | Floral & Decor: Kumba Events | Catering: Manohar's Delhi Palace | DJ: Special Occasions DJ & Lighting | Cake & Treats: Rossmoor Pastries | Lighting: Special Occasions DJ & Lighting | Mehndi Artist: Bridal Makeovers by Neha Assar


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