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Houston, Texas Indian Wedding by Epique Cinema

We are in awe after viewing this masterpiece of a wedding film by Epique Cinema! Anita and Gowtham are a match made in heaven, and we can sense their love bursting out of every gorgeous frame. We asked Maharani Anita how she felt when she first met her dapper beau, and she told us: I knew Gowtham was the one almost immediately! The first time we met he came up to me with the most warm, amazing smile that made me feel like I had already known him for ages. As cliche as it sounds, it was love at first sight.” Aw! To make sure they had the wedding of their dreams, the duo pulled together an all star team, beginning with the planning wizards from K.I. Weddings who made sure each and every sparkling detail was executed to perfection. To ensure their Hyatt Regency Houston venue resembled a fairytale dream, Prashe Decor was brought in to festoon the space with glittering accents, geometrical candelabras, lush blooms, and silky drapings. The breathtaking mandap had guests chattering in delight all weekend long. But most beautiful of all was the radiant Main Maharani. Anita was an absolute vision of grace in her pink and green ceremony sari featuring multifaceted gold embroidery. Her thick plait was adorned with bursting blooms, and she resembled a Queen! Her hubby was also adorable in a golden sherwani and matching turban. What a sweet duo! To gather more gorg wedding inspiration, let the beauty of this fab wedding film by Epique Cinema delight your senses. And scroll below for all the behind the scenes scoop from Anita herself!

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

I knew Gowtham was the one almost immediately! The first time we met he came up to me with the most warm, amazing smile that made me feel like I had already known him for ages. As cliche as it sounds, it was love at first sight!

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!

We were in Austin, Texas and we invited our siblings to join us there for the weekend. We went up to the top of Mount Bonnell and in the presence of our loving family...my sister and brother-in-law and his brother and sister-in-law...he got down on one knee! The view from my perspective was breathtaking. My future husband on one knee and a spectacular landscape behind him...how could any girl not swoon :) As fate would have it…he received an amazing job offer to practice Retina in Austin at the Retina Consultants of Austin and we are excited to now start a home in Austin and live in the same city he proposed in!

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.

Lots of planning went into the process...we spent months planning an engagement ceremony, then a trip to India to shop, and then of course the wedding itself! The trip to india was definitely the most memorable part of the whole process. Gowtham's parents accompanied me and my parents to India and we really bonded while shopping for outfits. I particularly remember a moment where we were trying to find bridesmaid sarees and no store had 7 of any one saree! I decided to have my bridesmaid dresses made from scratch at that point. We went to a fabric store to buy the materials I wanted and sitting there with both sets of parents was such a special moment. We were all exhausted from a long day of shopping but really found the situation we were in hilarious. The store had no air conditioning and didn't even have any place to sit! Even to this day we laugh about the experience in that fabric store. The trip definitely brought me closer to Gowtham's parents and gave all our parents a chance to really get to know each other well.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?

Another special moment for me was when I found my reception outfit. We had spent all day going to different designer's stores and had almost lost hope when we finally ended up at the Manish Malhotra store in Mumbai. Everyone liked a dress placed on the mannequin and encouraged me to try it on. The moment I came out of the dressing room with it on, I could tell by everyone's reaction that this dress was the one!

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?

The most enjoyable part of the planning process was definitely those moments i spent in India with Gowtham's parents and mine. Gowtham's parents are the most kind and generous people and that trip really proved how loving they would be towards me and my family and how well our two families would mesh.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?

I got the most compliments about our mandap decor. It was honestly spectacular! Prashe did such a great job!

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?

I replay so many moments from that weekend in my head! If I had to choose...that moment when Jignasa (my wedding planner) opened the doors to my wedding ceremony hall and I saw the most beautiful mandap with dim mood lighting and beautiful background music playing....and Gowtham standing with his back to me on the raised aisle waiting for me to meet him for our first look. That moment was unforgettable!

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.

One of my favorite things about my reception was that my beautiful bridesmaids danced to some Telugu songs that I had picked out! They took the time to learn the meaning behind the lyrics in order to come up with some cute steps that went with the words. The guests were mostly Telugu and therefore they were thrilled to hear Telugu music! I had several many guests tell me afterward how refreshing it was to come to a South Indian wedding and finally hearing some Telugu music! My bridesmaids are the best!

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?

Enjoy the planning process and every minute of every event! It goes by quickly but it's so much fun!

Have a great day Maharanis!

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Planning & Design: K.I. Weddings | Venue: Hyatt Regency Houston | Floral & Decor: Prashe Decor | Hair & Makeup: Infinite Perfection - Saniya Momin | Catering: Madras Pavilion | DJ: DJ Insomia - Premier Entertainment | Baraat: Uptown Exotics - McLaren | Bridal Fashions: Manish Malhotra | Bridal Fashions: Rohit Verma | Bridal Fashions: Varamahalakshmi | Bridal Jewelry: Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri Jewelers | Cakes & Treats: Cakes by Gina | Cinematography: Epique Cinema | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Gampa Brothers | Lighting: Premier Entertainment | Mehndi Artist: The Original Henna Company | Photo Booth: Epique Cinema | Transportation: Houston Wedding Horses | Tuxedos: Men's Warehouse | Priest: Pavan Kumar from Sri Meenakshi Temple | Photographer: MnM Photography


New Orleans, LA Indian Wedding by Dyle Films

Morning Maharanis! Excuse us while we wipe away our tears after viewing Mahitha and Pavan’s sensational wedding film at the Hyatt Regency New Orleans. The romantic vibes and sweet speeches (Mahitha's sister’s toast totally made our hearts melt!) had us cooing with joy. Dyle Films always creates such cinematic masterpieces. Lovely Mahitha told us, “Pavan and I met in the Caribbean while we went to med school in Dominica, and then he proposed to me on the island of Maui in Hawaii. Because of that, it was my dream to have a destination wedding on an island. However, our families really wanted to have a domestic wedding so it would be easier for our guests. So instead, I decided to make the theme of wedding tropical. I knew I wanted palm leaves and pineapples to be part of the decor!” They definitely pulled off their ambitious vision, and brought tons of tropical flavor to Louisiana. The Storybook Event oversaw planning of the festivities, while the floral and decor aficionados from Rao Factor dazzled up the spacious quarters. Pineapples, exotic blooms, and shimmering candlelight created a hypnotizing warmth that was the perfect space for this darling duo to celebrate their love. The magnificent night ended with DJ Desi Junction on the turntables, and it’s obvious that the newlyweds and their guests had the absolute time of their lives. Hurry and click play to view the film by Dyle Films for so much wedding inspo! And scroll below to read all the behind the scenes scoop from Maharani Mahitha.

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

This was written from the perspective of my husband: “Our story began on the tiny majestic island of Dominica. As eager medical students, we were both new to the island and ready to drown in our textbooks. We were both in line in a coffee shop on a hot sunny day. Mahitha, being practical, ordered an iced praline coffee. I, on the other hand, ordered a scalding hot double espresso for the infernal temperatures outside. She immediately questioned my choice of beverage. Lucky she did, because we started talking from there. I learned that she was homesick and missing her best friends and family. She learned that I was constantly hungry and always looking for food. After talking for a few weeks, I finally mustered the courage to ask her out on a date. We went to a seafood dinner on the beach to watch the beautiful sunset. At that moment, I knew there was something special between us.”

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?

Over Facetime! Being in my first year of residency, it was really hard to find time to go to India to go shopping for my wedding clothes. So my parents went to India instead of me. My mom went to numerous stores in Hyderabad, India; however, no-one would let her take pictures. So I would wake up at 5 AM to my mom Facetiming me from stores. The quality of our Facetime was so awful so in the end I picked my outfits via blurry images of on Facetime and with the help of my mom and grandma's good taste. It worked out really well. I loved all my outfits!

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?

The non-stop dancing! DJ Chani was an excellent DJ and dhol player. He kept the tempo for all of the events. We danced late into the night both Friday and Saturday night. Not only that, we had very energetic friends and family so the whole weekend just felt like one big dance party. Although, I didn't get to see it live, I know Pavan's favorite part about the weekend was the Baraat. He danced his way into the ceremony Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?

At the end of the Reception around 1 AM, our closest friends were still dancing the night away. When the last song played, all of our friends gathered around Pavan and me, and joined in a massive group hug encircling us. The love we felt in that moment was truly amazing.

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.

Pavan and I met in the Caribbean while we went to med school in Dominica, and then he proposed to me on the island of Maui in Hawaii. Because of that, it was my dream to have a destination wedding on an island. However, our families really wanted to have a domestic wedding so it would be easier for our guests. So instead, I decided to make the theme of wedding tropical. I knew I wanted palm leaves and pineapples to be part of the decor!

We'll see you all bright and early tomorrow with another fab wedding film!

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Cinematography: Dyle Films | Sangeet Venue: Audubon Tea Room | Audubon Nature Insiture | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Hyatt Regency New Orleans | Planning & Design: The Storybook Event | Floral & Decor: Rao Factor | Hair & Makeup: Flawless Bride | Ceremony and Reception Catering: Mayuri’s Houston | Sangeet Catering: Audubon Tea Room | DJ: Desi Junction DJs | Baraat: Mid-City Carriages | Baraat: Desi Junction DJs | Cakes & Treats: Hyatt Regency New Orleans | Event Designer: The Storybook Event | Live Music: Storyville Stompers Brass Band | Photo Booth: Photo Bomb Nola | Transportation: Hotard Transportation | Photographer: Amanda Hodges Weir Photography


Dallas, TX Indian Wedding by MnM Photography

We’re obsessing over this wedding film by Memories Films celebrating the love of Hena and Himanshu. This duo’s story is the stuff dreams are made of, and you can learn all about their first meeting and proposal in our interview below with Maharani Hena. We promise you’ll be cooing the whole time! Himanshu kicked off the festivities with a bang as he rolled in on luxurious wheels thanks to Exotic Skittles. Inside the venue, the bride was a sizzling vision, after being beautified by the magic hands of Makeup up by Shilpa. Her bold red lips and winged eyes are total beauty inspiration! Divine Decor of Dallas created the most unique mandap setup at the SLPS Community Center that was full of unique, modern grandeur. The reception night was equally breathtaking, with the talented team sprinkling the venue with whimsical palm trees and gold centerpieces. We also were awestruck by their hanging wedding cake by The Cake Guys. We’re seeing this hanging cake trend more often in 2017 and are huge fans! The reception was a nonstop dance party, with guests boogying to wild tunes by G2 Entertainment. This cinematic gem by Memories Films had us swooning from beginning to end, so grab a tissue and relive all the beauty! For more photos, peruse the snaps by MnM Photography of this fairytale wedding in our gallery.

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

Himanshu is my friend's brother, whom I did not know at the time. He noticed me randomly a year before through a Facebook picture I was in with some of my friends. He was with his younger cousins whom I knew from the local Indian community, and he literally had told them “wow, [he’s] going to marry this girl one day” somewhat as a joke. A year later, he tried to talk to me through his sister since I was friends with her. I had just started working and was stressed adjusting to the new job as a brand new registered nurse. Ironically, he tried to interview me as newly graduated nurse as part of a project he was working on at work. I told his sister I'm down to do it, but I kept pushing it off just from forgetting and being stressed. He and I would continually forget about the interview over the next couple of months but he kept trying even though I kept pushing it off.

A few months later, he “accidentally" texted me about Papa John’s pizza, as at the time they were his clients as part of his job in the marketing field. I was at work and confused when I read his text so I texted back saying "Huh?" He then texted back saying he accidentally texted me, and offered me a free pizza voucher. Somehow I knew he didn't accidentally text me, but at the same time how could I turn down free pizza so I texted back saying yes and from then on our story began. I knew he was the one the moment I realized he was all that I wanted and much more in a guy. Someone who understands me, accepts me for who I am, loves me no matter what the situation may bring, makes me feel so comfortable around him, who gets along with my family and friends, who's loyal and trustworthy, and most importantly someone who would do anything for me to keep a smile on my face. One night after visiting him as he walked me to my car, we hugged goodbye but it wasn’t any ordinary hug. It was the most heartfelt hug I had ever felt. We actually hugged for about 20 minutes unintentionally and that’s when the exact moment when I realized he was the one.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!

I love my proposal story every time I think about it. When our story began, I was too scared to immediately fall for him, even after knowing that he’s such an amazing guy. It felt too good to be true, and felt like a fairytale. So we had started comparing ourselves to the princess and the frog. I had told him that he would be the frog, and wouldn’t transform until the day we walk into the sunset together. He said he would always wait for me until I was ready to embrace what we had together, and this is where the inspiration for the proposal came from for Himanshu. When the time came for the proposal, he had told me it was a conference for his work and would really love for me to come. Ironically, the (fake) conference was in San Francisco, CA, the dream city I had wanted to visit; which is why he told me the conference was there. Immediately I was excited and started working on our itinerary.

Soon after all the planning had been done, March 15th, 2016 finally came around for us to fly out for the so called conference. March 16th was the actual day of the so-called conference as well as the day he was planning to secretly propose! We drove along the coast for about 3 hours south from San Francisco on the big day as we were on our way to his fake work conference. Along the way, Himanshu mentioned to me about Pfeiffer beach and how it had purple sand throughout the beach, and that we should stop by before the conference. He explained how the sand beds were made up of amethyst rocks over the years that shed the purple crystals into the beach making it a sight to see. I was just excited to see the beach since purple is my favorite color, but I was also worried about being late to his conference. He said he texted his boss stating we were running late so it was okay to stop by.

We stopped by and walked through the beach and he stopped me near this beautiful huge rock, which had a tunnel through it that allowed the sun to pass through to create this pathway of light where we were standing. Himanshu then handed me a book as we looked at the sunset that he created. He said it was a token of appreciate for me agreeing to come all the way out here. I opened it and it was written like a fairytale picture book about our story from the beginning until that very moment we were in. He was the frog throughout the whole book and I was the princess. The second to last page was a picture of us standing in front of the beautiful giant rock. I flipped the page, and it was a picture of him kneeling down on his knees behind me as a transformed prince asking, “will you marry me?” My heart was pounding and immediately tears came down my eyes. I turned around to find him on his knees as well with a ring inside a glowing ring box in his hands. I couldn’t believe the moment happened and I said YES. We kissed and hugged, and didn’t even have a clue that a photographer was around us the whole time. He then showed me a video of my friends saying congrats, and out of nowhere they popped up out of a huge rock to surprise me and started crying even more out of happiness. It was truly the most beautiful moment. He of course afterwards let me know that there was no actual conference and the whole trip was revolved around proposing to me!

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?

I bought my bridal lengha from India. I knew I wanted the entire outfit to be red and gold, and some form of floral incorporated in it. The first store I went to the first day I started shopping, I fell in love with a wedding skirt and immediately bought it. It had the floral work in the intricate wave designs on the skirt, which expressed my love for flowers. I had gotten the blouse made by picking out the material, which was not part of the lengha set I originally bought. I had visioned the blouse to have complete floral work and had a picture of the kind of blouse material I wanted. When I found it, it was exactly what I was looking for. I had a local designer in India incorporate the intricate floral work from the excess blouse material of the original lengha, with the new floral material to create my one of a kind blouse. I matched my jewelry at the end, which had the red and gold work in them. Finally, I picked my Louboutin wedding shoes to tie it in with my entire outfit. I wanted my choose to have sparkle, but also look edgy. I was so happy to know my wedding outfit finally had come together.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?

When the day comes, just stop, breathe, and enjoy!

So lovely! We'll see you all tomorrow with another fantastic wedding film!

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Transportation: Exotic Skittles | Draping/Styling: JJ Drapes | Baraat: Happy Trails Carriage Services | Cakes & Treats: The Cake Guys | Cakes & Treats (Desserts): Priti Good | Cinematographer: Memories Films | Hair & Makeup: Make up by Shilpa | Mehndi Artist: Sanober‘s Henna | Photographer: MnM Photography | Murtaza | Planning & Design: The Storybook Event | Sangeet/ Ceremony /Reception Venue: SLPS Community Center | Groom's Pithi Venue: Relax Inn | Groom's Saatak Venue: Magnuson Grand Hotel and Conference Center - Tyler | G2 Entertainment: DJ | G2 Entertainment: Baraat | G2 Entertainment: Lighting


Houston, TX Indian Wedding by Epique Cinema

Every moment of Michelle and Lavin’s Texan Indian wedding film was electric! We love how Epique Cinema created a clip that not only covered every beautiful moment of their wedding weekend, but also told the duo’s adorable love story. This film will truly be a timeless keepsake that Michelle and Lavin look back with joy on forever! Our hearts always skip a beat when a wedding film from Texas crosses our desks (Texan weddings are unbelievably gorgeous!), and this one kept us at the edge of our seats with laughter, tears, and suspense. The visionaries at Mandap Creations created jewel toned paradises for each of the couple’s lavish events, and every detail was executed to perfection by the wedding planning gurus at Electric Karma. Maharanis, hurry and click play for oodles of decor inspiration - Mandap Creations truly knocked it out of the park with their sensational design stylings. We were swooning over the intimate moss covered mandap highlighted with ruby red roses and garlands. Pure magic! Stunning Michelle was a vision in red, and took her Raja’s breath away as she entered the candlelit ceremony ballroom at the Hilton Post Oak. The clip was a dazzling visual treat, so hurry and click play to witness all of Michelle and Lavin’s wedding pizzazz. We simply can't wait to enjoy all the portraits taken by the incredible Bella Lumi. In the meantime, hit play below!

Wow, that was breathtaking. We'll bring another swoonworthy clip for you all bright and early tomorrow morning!

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Planning & Design: Electric Karma International | Venues: Hilton Houston Post Oak | Floral & Decor: Mandap Creations | Photography: Bella Lumi | Cinematography: Epique Cinema | Sangeet Venue: Chateau Crystal | Catering: Bombay Brasserie | DJ: IndoRaja | Baraat: IndoRaja | Cake & Treats: Supreme Kakes | Photo Booth: IHeartFlipbooks | Transportation: Sam's Limousine


Buffalo, NY Indian Wedding by KSD Weddings

Maharanis, trust us, you’ll definitely want to watch the wedding film of Priya and Lokesh by KSD Weddings for oodles of mind blowing decor and design inspiration! We are obsessed with so many gorgeous elements found in the video, such as the curved ivory and gold pillars that lined the magnificent ceremony venue of the Adam’s Mark Hotel. Adding to the showstopping effect was the best use of florals we’ve seen in a long time - garlands that were draped like a canopy over the entirety of the aisle by the masterminds at Flowers by Johnny, Timothy Walter, and Fancy Florist. It made for such a dramatic and beautiful walk to the stage for the bride and groom! There was also an intricate mandap set up, which was completely decked out in an elaborate display of white and red florals. The organization wizards at Signature Events were brought in to make sure all details were executed to perfection! Priya and Lokesh were also dressed to perfection, in rich Indian garb that perfectly complemented each other. We especially loved Priya’s glamorous updo which was adorned with a beautiful crystal and gold headpiece! So pretty! The lovebirds were married in a ceremony rife with meaningful traditional elements, and ended with their loved ones tearfully sending the newlyweds off into the sunset! Priya and Lokesh returned with a bang, entering their psychedelic reception soiree! We were so impressed with the event’s cool use of lighting. There were funky designs projected onto their geometric, pure white cake by Signature Events, which created such a dazzling effect! We definitely think all you brides to be should check out the film for some psychedelic inspiration for your own wedding decor! The video ends up the dance floor absolutely packed and rocking out to music by Empire Entertainment - Jiten Khatri. The festivities looked like such a blast from beginning to end! Check out all the joy in the film by KSD Weddings! Also, make sure to scroll below for all the behind the scenes details from Maharani Priya herself!

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

We met through some mutual friends. He moved in with a couple of my guy friends and they hosted a party at their place a couple months later. He was one of the few people there I didn't know. Our friends tried to set us up, and it worked! I knew he was the one after the first time he cooked for me. He had told me he loved to cook, and after that first meal, I was impressed. Now I get his amazing home cooked meals for life!

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!

We'd been dating for two years and he told me he had a surprise planned for our anniversary. We hopped in the car and drove for what seemed like forever to the middle of nowhere. When we finally got out of the car, I looked around and saw a sign for hot air balloons. I'd hinted in the past that I'd wanted to go on a hot air balloon ride, so I was very excited! I thought that was the whole surprise. But, when we were at the highest point of the ride, he pulled out a box from his pocket. It took me a few seconds to realize what was happening. I looked up at him and he said "I don't have enough room to get down on one knee," looked around the small air balloon basket and looked back at me. And so I just kept staring back at him. After what seemed like way too long, I ended up having to prompt him by asking "so are you going to ask me?" In the end, he did finally manage to pop the question.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?

I was looking for something that was traditional red, but also wanted a hint of blue to match him. My family and I immediately loved the lengha when we first saw it - it was intricate, red and blue, and also subtly incorporated other colors to give it a traditional but slightly different look.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?

The best part of the planning process was food and cake tasting! It was a lot of fun and an easy way to get the whole family involved. Plus, our relationship revolves around food.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?

Aside from the open bar, I think they enjoyed the overall decor and atmosphere. A lot of our friends told us afterwards how much fun they had, and how surprised they were that things ran on time!

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?

I think one of my favorite moments was being carried out of the wedding hall after the ceremony in a doli. All my brothers lifted me up and carried me out. When we were planning the wedding, I initially did not want a doli; it seemed too traditional and outdated. But I'm glad I ended up having it because it was a sweet gesture and actually kind of fun.

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 our reception, we had our flower centerpieces and lighting reflect our shades of purple color scheme.

Our first dance was to ‘Are You WIth Me’ by Lost Frequencies.

We got a surprise performance by my family at the reception; my brother and cousin sang and played the guitar and my whole family got up and joined them on the dance floor. It was completely unexpected and they actually managed to bring me to tears.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?

Don't sweat about the little things! Everything will turn out perfect in the end, and it flies by so remember to have fun! Also, remember to ask some friends to bring you food and drinks throughout the night!

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)

We loved our wedding cake! It was multi-tiered projected wedding cake, so there were different animations/colors constantly being displayed on our cake. I had randomly seen the idea on Pinterest early into the wedding planning process as a fairytale cake idea and texted the concept to my parents thinking, this would be pretty cool! When we began seriously discussing cake designs months later, I brought up the idea again but it was quickly dismissed by everyone since, how would we even start to figure out the logistics? When we were getting into the homestretch of planning and still hadn't finalized a cake design, I started to get worried. However, my dad and my wedding planner both told me they had something up their sleeves and not to worry about it. I had no idea that they'd actually teamed up with our cake designer and figured out how to make a projection wedding cake work! It was the last thing I was expecting, and everyone did such a good job hiding it from me that the first time I saw the cake design was when I was walking up to cut it at the reception.

Makes you just want to eat a slice of cake and start dancing right? Have a fantastic day Maharanis!

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Photography: KSD Weddings | Cinematography: KSD Weddings | DJ: Empire Entertainment | Venue: Adam’s Mark Hotel | Planning & Design: Signature Events - Andrea Ball | Floral & Decor: Flowers by Johnny | Floral & Decor: Timothy Walter | Floral & Decor: Fancy Florist | Catering: Taste of India - Deep Singh | Cake & Treats: Signature Events - Andrea Ball


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