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Carlsbad, CA Indian Wedding by Russell John Films

Thanks to the undeniably cinematic talent of Russell John Films, today we will be able to experience the lovely highlight reel of Ami & Amit's captivating and exclusive nuptials, coming from the sunny state of California. The splendor of their love can definitely be seen in every aspect of the celebration. From the pre-wedding rituals to the dance floor extravaganza of the reception, everything was for the ages! Our lovebirds knew exactly what they wanted and they found it on the enchanting Sheraton Carlsbad Resort and Spa, which housed both the ceremony and reception and of course, it was magical. Part of that magic happening, was also thanks to the amazing crew from Deepti's Florals Designs & Mandaps, who as we already know, brought their A-Game and designed the floral arrangements and decoration of the entire bash. Incredible as always! The tasty treats were brought to existence by the awesome Manohar's Delhi Palace and Carlsbad French Pastry Cafe. And guess what? Guests couldn't believe their palate! Magic indeed! So, let's ride the love boat of memories and start the voyage of today's film now! 

Until next time, Maharanis! 

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Floral & Decor: Deepti's Florals Designs & Mandaps | Catering: Manohars Delhi Palace | Ceremony Venue: Sheraton Carlsbad Resort and Spa | Reception Venue: Sheraton Carlsbad Resort and Spa | Cinematographer: Russell John Films | Photography: True Photography | Planning & Design: Shilpa Patel Events | DJ: Special Occasions | Cake & Treats: Carlsbad French Pastry Cafe


Fairfax, VA Indian Wedding by Charles Hurley Films

Wednesday is here, Maharanis! And what is also here is a new wedding film! This time, we take the love airplane and travel to Virginia to witness the amazing moments that led to Ashita & John's heartfelt beginning of their life together. Tenderness and love just drip out of this beautiful couple. We absolutely fell in love with their energy and the love they have for each other. Couples like these are the ones that give Maharani Weddings its true meaning, so imagine the joy we were feeling when the highlight reel came to us from Charles Hurley Films. For the ceremony, the gorgeous Maharani was wearing a traditional white gown that left Raja John and everyone present absolutely stunned. She was looking flawless thanks to MOD Girl Studios who assisted with hair and makeup, leaving her even more beautiful. After the vows and the ceremony, it was time to party and the Westfields Marriott Washington Dulles was ready for the bash. The extraordinary team from Shagun Weddings brought some over the top floral arrangements that decorated the ceremony and the reception and sure painted a bloomy scenography for our newlyweds' celebration. IndAroma was well aware of the importance of the culinary arts and created the delicious food that never fails to impress! Elite Entertainment's DJ Binda blasted the beats that made the guests party and celebrate love. So take a ride with us, Maharanis, here, in our next featured wedding film!

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We met through a mutual friend- Steph Guerrero! My husband was in Pilot Training in Texas and my best friend and her husband attended the same Bible study as him! One time when I was chatting with her, she mentioned an eligible Christ loving bachelor in the Bible study! She said he's even lived in India- I was immediately hooked!!! I remember getting down on my knees that day and praying that if it is God's will - He would be the one for me. I saw his picture in a flight suit and I was smitten. She introduced us- and a week later he wanted to talk to me on the phone after just a few facebook messages! A call that was supposed to be 10 minutes turned to be almost an hour. I couldn't help but start to get slightly excited - everything he mentioned was what I always wanted. He loved Jesus & his family and might I add- truly handsome. The following week started the journey of essay long texts, hourly phone calls, facetime dates, visits along while always keeping Christ first in our relationship. We prayed the first time we ever met and had our first date at Chickfila - I knew he was the one. If you know me- you know my love for Christ and Chickfila!! It was truly a blessing that our families were supportive throughout the journey :) Months later, here we are - happily married! Excited for the journey ahead!
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
It was a fine Saturday morning as we were returning from Jersey from another friends wedding! We got home and he told me we should spend the day in DC since he hadn't seen a lot of the monuments. We got ready and he suggested we go to lunch at the first brunch spot we visited in Arlington - named Bus Boys & Poets.  We go there and he is getting slightly tensed and eats his food quickly and suggests we hurry up so we don't get stuck in too much traffic. I asked if I should brush my teeth- he said why yes of course!! Usually, we drive to DC but that day he said let's take an uber to avoid parking struggles in the rush hour. We get into the uber and that is when i knew. He turned to me and embraced me and said- enjoy the last 20 minutes being my girlfriend. For the rest of the car ride- we spent time reminiscing on our journey and how God brought us together and cherished every bit. We walked to the Thomas Jefferson Memorial and he walked me to the back where you can see the Washington and got down on his knees and popped the best question ever. 
 
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.
Venues:
Church Ceremony: Providence Presbyterian Church 
Reception: Westfields Marriott Washington Dulles
Hair & Makeup: MOD Girl- Jasmina Mann
Wedding Outfit: The Bridal Room, McLean, VA
Reception Outfit- Sabyasaachi Mukherjee, BridesofSabyasachi
Decor & Flowers - Shagun Weddings 
DJ- Elite Ent. 
 
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
Always wanted a ball gown for the wedding ceremony with a reception outfit from Sabyasaachi - obsessed with that designer. For the traditional gown - its always been white but for the reception outfit - wanted some pale pink shade color and to my surprise- it was the first outfit I laid my eyes on when I walked into the store in Mumbai.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Sharing our love story with all the vendors!! PIcking my outfits for the big day - most magical moment.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
the blend of both american and indian traditions in the fusion wedding! My husband, John-Mark sang me a song- that he serenaded me with when we first started dating!
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Walking down the aisle once it was announced- We were married! 
 
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.
Decorations - Shagun Weddings - Royal Pink - regal look
Dances - DC Bhangra Crew Performance - I was previously the captain of this premier all girls team in Washington DC and led them to numerous placings over the years
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Spend time with your family and truly enjoy the process, it happens once and before you know it- the process is over!! Capture every part of your wedding day in your head- take a moment to let it sink through. 
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
Reception jewelry- Mumbai
Wedding Jewelry- Tysons Corner 2 
Cake- Amphora Bakery, Vienna Va
Flowers- Shagun Weddings 
Videographer- Charles Hurley Films
 

Stay tuned for our next publication, Maharanis! You do not want to miss it! 

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Catering: IndAroma | Floral & Decor: Shagun Weddings | Venues: Westfields Marriott Washington Dulles | Photography: Erika Lynn Photography | Cinematography: Charles Hurley Films | Ceremony Venue: Providence Presbyterian Church | Hair & Makeup: MOD Girl Studios | Bridal Fashions: The Bridal Room | Bridesmaids Fashions: Purbelle | Cake & Treats: Amphora Bakery | Photo Booth: Funshootz | DJ: Elite Entertainment


Pittsburgh, PA Indian Wedding by Studio Nine Photography

We have a very special Indian wedding feature film for you today, dolls! Featuring Maharani Amy and Raja Samir. The cinematic highlight reel was created and captured by our talented friends from Studio Nine Photography who worked tirelessly to accurately portray the glam, romance, and fun of Amy and Samir's ravishing commitment. Our lovebirds chose the incredible Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown for all of their events, and it is safe to say that their choice definitely paid off. Just look at that celebration! Elegant Affairs Inc. did what they know best and spearheaded to perfection this affair and brought to life through the floral decorations, the fairy tale wedding our couple dreamed of. The over the top reception included all the guests performing and dancing like there was no tomorrow, nothing less is expected from such loving families. The music? M4U Events of course. They are our go-to party starters; and the smiles, laughter, and fun that you will see in the film, well... let's just say that they are in part the ones to blame for those, delivering for the newlyweds the best sounds all around! So, Maharanis, you know what time it is! Get inspired by this young and beautiful couple!
 

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I met Samir back when we were young teens at a summer camp. That summer, we both caught each other's eye but were far too shy to actually talk to each other. Later that summer, Samir worked up the courage to reach out to me via AIM, and so our friendship began. Over the many years and summer flings, we remained good friends and kept in touch; even if it had been a long time, once we got to talking again, it was like nothing ever changed. It was this level of comfort and fun we always felt with each other that made me think there was something more here. 
In 2010, Samir transferred to the University of Pittsburgh, where I was going to college. This is when we decided to give this relationship a real shot. We finished up college and went on to pursue our careers in different cities, but our relationship stayed strong thanks to Facetime and weekend trips! 
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Samir and I spent several years as a long distance couple. I was in Boston and planning to visit Samir in Philadelphia for the weekend to celebrate the completion of his third year of dental school. Samir chose this weekend to pop the question, as he knew I would not expect anything while he was taking exams and seeing patients. 
The evening of, we went to dinner at our favorite restaurant in the city to celebrate what I thought was the end of exams for Samir. After dinner, I thought we were meeting up with some friends at a new bar on Christopher Columbus Blvd, we got dropped off there and started walking down an old railroad in the middle of the street lined by cherry blossom trees. Even after seeing a violinist and a beautiful set-up with flowers, candles, and champagne, it was when Samir started talking about how much he loved her that I realized what was happening!
After all of the happy tears and finally gathering my emotions, both of our families ran out from a nearby restaurant where they had been watching the proposal to greet us and celebrate the engagement. The surprises didn't end there. We wrapped up the night with a helicopter ride around the city followed by a night out with family and friends. It was beyond the perfect proposal I had dreamed of!
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I knew I wanted to be a traditional Indian bride in red and gold from the start. We went to India before the wedding to get all of our wedding outfits; we only had a little over a week to get everything done - from my and my husband's outfits, our accessories and jewelry and our bridal parties outfits. 
Towards the end of an unsuccessful day of shopping, my cousin called Jade in Mumbai to see if we could sneak in quickly before they closed. They run by appointment only, but she was able to convince them to let us in last minute. I walked into the showroom and instantly loved the decor and vibe. There was one outfit that my cousins picked out, but feeling defeated from that day I wasn't sure. They forced me to try it on, and when I put it on and came out of the fitting room I instantly knew that this was the outfit I was getting married in. The reaction of my mom, sister, aunt, and cousins was a nice confirmation that this was definitely the one. This was the first and only outfit I tried for the wedding - I guess when you know, you just know!  
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
I loved how my entire family, including extended family in India, was so involved throughout the whole process; it made everything about wedding planning easier and more enjoyable. It is amazing knowing that so many people were so invested in making our wedding the perfect event. It allowed me to be carefree and truly enjoy the events without any worry about what was going on because I knew every detail was taken care of. Because of this, I can take very little credit for the wedding planning but am so thankful to everyone for their time and effort to make our weekend absolutely perfect. 
Additionally, my siblings and cousins put in a lot of effort into creating a "musical" about our story to be performed at the Sangeet. Needless to say, pulling this off took a lot of effort between developing the script, the presentation slides, choosing perfectly fitting songs and learning the dances - not to mention coordinating all of this between 70+ participants! Although this was a lot of work, and at times felt like it wouldn't come together, it was so much fun working through the pieces of this together. 
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
The decorations and the energy at the events are two big things we still hear from our guests about. 
Vikram from Elegant Affairs truly took our grandiose ideas for our events and brought them to life. We had thrown around the idea of getting married in India, but when it came time to it, we felt it would be best in our hometown of Pittsburgh. Because of our original thoughts of having a wedding in Rajasthan, we wanted to bring that vibe to our Sangeet. The food stations were decorated as if they were fancy food trucks in India. When guests entered the main room, they were greeted by a life-sized floral elephant in a fun and colorful room. The rest of the events followed suit with the decor continuing to impress - every time I walked into the venue, I was amazed by how it all came together. 
Our MC and DJ (M4U Events: DJ Aakash and MC Ashish) also did an amazing job with keeping the entire crowd hype throughout the weekend! Our guests still talk about how amazing the entire playlist was and there wasn't a single moment the dance floor wasn't full - on both nights! Even when the lights turned on, people kept dancing until we absolutely had to leave the venue. 
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
It is extremely hard to narrow it down to just one, but if I had to pick, it would be our first dance. Samir found our song and we both instantly knew it had to be our song: Electric by Alina Baraz and Khalid. We knew we wanted to do something unique with this that showcased who we were, so we decided to do a little fusion with some bhangra added in - Samir used to be part of bhangra teams and still loves it. We originally considered getting someone to help choreograph the non-bhangra parts of our dance, but with living in different cities and everything else going on, we decided to have one less thing to plan and work on it ourselves whenever we found the time. We ended up fully choreographing the entire dance ourselves and having a lot of fun with it. When it came time for our dance at the reception, I was feeling pretty nervous, but as soon as the song started it just felt right. We had so much fun doing our dance and I couldn't stop smiling! 
In addition to this, we had several surprises throughout the events. I know surprises at your own wedding can seem a little scary, but these were perfect. One surprise was from a couple of my cousins who couldn't come to the US for the wedding. They sent a video with well wishes that was played during the Sangeet "musical" - there wasn't a dry eye among our family when this came on. Another was from my siblings, niece, and nephew. They had alluded to singing at our wedding a couple times, but I had no idea what that would entail. At our reception, after my sibling's speech, they proceeded to rapping/singing personalized lyrics to some well-known songs. The lyrics they created were about our relationship and the wedding; it was hilarious and we could not contain our laughter during their performance. 
 
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.
When we were designing our invitations, we created a "logo" that we would use throughout our events to create a unifying theme. The logo was a tree with two birds on a small swing. From this, we had birds incorporated throughout all of our events - symbolizing the two of us taking flight as a married couple. At the sangeet, we had a large floral peacock and all of my jewelry was peacocks - large peacock earrings, necklace, ring, and bracelet. At the wedding, I also had peacocks on the border of my lengha. At the reception, my entire lengha had birds in the signature Falguni Shane Peacock foil work, and the dance floor wrap was created with two gold birds. There were also other small things throughout that matched the theme. Our logo was incorporated into any piece we could: menu cards, welcome bags, the bar designs, LED screens, place cards, etc. It seems like this all would have been tough to coordinate, but all of it kind of just came together on its own - many of the pieces were even chosen before we had come up with the logo/theme. 
 
Mehndi: Casual outdoor. We had our home decorated with a beautiful floral swing for me to sit on. There was an ice cream/coffee truck and a brick oven pizza truck, along with the Indian fast food options. We had live music with a flute player who was a big hit. 
 
Sangeet: Royal traditional. In addition to the life-sized floral elephant at the entrance, there was a floral peacock next to our gold swing. Decorations and lighting were colorful - blues, pinks, and purples. We had a colorful wrapped dance floor to go with the theme. This is where we had our family "musical" performance about our story. There was a live band from India for entertainment, to keep things different between the Sangeet and Reception. 
 
Wedding: White, Open and Grand. We had a huge floral hanging mandap rather than anything on the floor- this kept the space very open. There was an elevated stage for the mandap and elevated aisle. The entire aisle and stage were outlined by water (like a small moat) filled with candles and flowers. 
 
Reception: White and gold, elegant and heavenly. We kept the ceiling treatment from the mandap and it now hung over the dance floor. We had another wrapped dance floor with two gold birds to go with our overall theme. We went heavy with the table decorations and this really filled the room nicely. Our stage was beautiful with an elegant sofa, trees, flowers, candles, and chandeliers. 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Stay in the moment and soak in every second of the day/weekend. It all goes by so fast, so take some time every event to just appreciate what is happening around you and take it all in! 

 

Do not forget to keep on tuning for more glittering romance! 

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Floral & Decor: Elegant Affairs Inc. | Photography: Studio Nine Photography + Cinema | DJ: M4U Events | Baraat: M4U Events | Planning & Design: Elegant Affairs Inc. | Cinematography: Studio Nine Photography + Cinema | Venue: Wyndham Grand Downtown Pittsburgh | Hair and Makeup: Dessa Marie Artistry | Catering: Moghul Caterers | Sangeet Bridal Fashion: Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor | Ceremony Bridal Fashion: Jade by Monica and Karishma | Reception Bridal Fashion: Falguni Shane Peacock | Bridal Jewelry: Anand Shah Golden Jewelers | Cake & Treats: Cakes By Tammy | Lightning: Luxe Creative | Sangeet Live Music: Parthiv Gohil | Mehndi Artist: Poonam's Henna Art & Crafts | Rentals: All Occasions Party Rental


Edison, NJ Indian Wedding by J Martin Production

Happy Wednesday Maharanis! We are in the middle of the week and today we have the perfect excuse to revisit the exclusive highlight reel of Aashish & Gunjan's spectacular Indian wedding, at the Mirage in New Jersey. It was an event filled to the brim with divine decor and floral details from the experts at Aisha's Wedding Decor, who created our ravishing couple's dream bash. True artistry was put to the test and they fully made it happen. Maharani Gunjan was looking even more gorgeous in every single one of the rituals thanks to the talent of Beaut by Far. We already know the deal when they are in the picture, and believe us, it is over the top. Last but not least, the featured film comes thanks to the amazing job of J Martin Production, who as you will witness, captured all the magical and unique moments that peaked when Maharani Gunjan and Raja Aashish took each other as husband and wife, declaring in front of their loved ones their everlasting love. The whole experience was meant to be celebrated. So, put your lenghas on and join us next! Shall we take a look?

How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We both attended the same Alma Mater, University at Buffalo and through mutual friends we started talking and the spark started when we met each other in person on a summer day. As I approached him, with the feeling of excitement and butterflies in my stomach, I saw him holding flowers and the sweetest smile. From that moment, our love story began. 
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Aashish and I were taking a trip to Punta Cana in Spring 2018. I was so sure as well as everyone else that he would be proposing on our trip in paradise. I had the perfect outfit, the perfect makeup, and nails and was patiently waiting every day for the big moment. To my disappointment, he did not propose to me there. Two months later, on a hot summer day, Aashish persuaded me to accompany him to a Pharma conference on Governors Island, N.Y. or at least that’s what I had thought. Prior to, I was in NYC attending my cousin’s graduation party and was not prepared to think I would be engaged as well as not having the attire to attend a conference. I had borrowed a blue dress from my cousin, my mother in law’s purse, and an antique piece of jewelry. As we walked through Governor’s Island, Aashish did not seem serious about his conference which started stressing me out. Until we reached Outlook Hill, the highest elevation on the island overlooking the entire bay of beautiful NYC. With the intense heat and my frustration building, I turned around and saw him on one knee asking me to spend the rest of my life with him with the most gorgeous diamond ring. Of course, I was caught completely off guard and surprised, with the same butterflies I had the first time I saw him. At that moment, I said YES! And I finally had something blue, something old, something borrowed and something new.
 
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 contacted a wedding planner to get a general idea of a checklist that would be required for our engagement. From choosing a date as the first important item to smaller but important details as well. Maharani Weddings also gave us a comprehensive list of venues, hair & makeup artists, DJs etc. We began contacting and making appointments with all the vendors we were interested in. As the weekends passed, our exhaustive list was becoming complete. As we neared to the end of our list, we saw our vision and hard work become as true as we imagined. The photographer was the best friend of my fiance who did an excellent job. His professional, respect and dedication made our event as memorable as we experienced it.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
For the morning ceremony, I wanted to wear summer colors. So after many unsuccessful shopping trips around NJ/NYC area, I found this gorgeous coral pink/ blood orange lehenga with turquoise green with a beautiful lemon yellow dupatta via a facetime shopping session from a store named “Wedding” from Surat, Gujarat, India. For my evening outfit, I had found this gorgeous navy blue gown with gold embroidery on Pinterest. I looked for it everywhere but was not able to find this in any store. I came across Lehaar collection, from one of my best friends. Chetna Ranat and her team from Lehaar collection was able to create an outstanding lehenga based on one picture. The best part was that she involved me in every step of the way. I was involved in picking the fabric, deciding on the color shade to finalizing embroidery design.  I was stunned at the final product. Absolutely loved it.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
I had asked my fiance what part did he enjoyed the most during our planning and as the romantic he is, he had said: “Spending every moment with you, whether your angry, happy, sad, and hopeful”. 
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
They enjoyed the food and the details to decor and color, but most of all they loved dancing away til past midnight, they loved our DJ and the fact he kept everyone so well entertained and on their feet, they just couldn't come off the dance floor. They kept asking for more and stayed past the nights end. 
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Our first dance as a newly engaged couple. We danced on our favorite song “All the way” by Frank Sinatra and celine dion. And in the middle of the song, when it goes All the way.. Aashish lift me up and held me in the air and in that moment I felt like the luckiest girl in the world.
 
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 engagement reception, we decided to wear navy blue in our outfits so we wanted to go with decor that compliments our outfits but does not blend in. So we decided on gold and white and just hints of navy blue. We had two speeches, one from the bride to be’s dad and one from the groom to be’s sister. We have two dance performances, one from the bride’s niece and nephew and one from the groom’s nieces. The most special performance was the one that aashish’s sister, Sejal and I planned to surprise Aashish. We danced on Baji Rao Mastani’s Deewani Mastani. 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Stay calm and enjoy every moment of planning and just remember how much you love each other. Do take your parents' advice because it is a very special event for them as well. 
 
Until next time Maharanis! Don't forget to visit their lovely images here!
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Hair & Makeup: BEAUT by FAR | Floral & Decor: Aishas Wedding Decor | Ceremony Venue: Mirage | Reception Venue: Mirage | Floral Garlands & Hair Gajara: Vivek Flowers | Catering: Moghul Catering | DJ: Shirose International | Bridal Fashion: Leharr Collection by Chetna Ranat | Reception | Bridal Fashion: Wedding - Surat India | Ceremony | Morning Bridal Jewelry: Pooja Art Jewellery | Cake & Treats: Casie Folsom | Cinematography: J Martin Production | Draping & Styling: Trupti Patel | Lighting: Shirose International | Mehndi Artist: Prachi Dalal | Photographer: Jeff Welt Photography


Aberdeen, NJ Fusion Indian Wedding by PhotosMadeEz

Love, when you find it, it changes everything and there is no better feeling for sure. That is one of the reasons why we enjoy sharing with you Maharanis, the celebrations of it and the exciting moments that go along with the wedding planning, the rituals, and the overall experience. Today, coming all the way from New Jersey, we have Amy & Drew's love story. Thanks to the talented lenses of PhotosMadeEz. The ceremony was held at The Addison Park, a beautiful venue that became another guest. Our go-to mehndi artist from Mehndikalogie assisted our dazzling Maharani with the traditional henna design that definitely reflects the richness of the Indian culture. On top of that, Duette Hair & Makeup was in charge of making her even more beautiful by dolling her up for the big day. It was a celebration that will remain in their memory for years to come. So join us in our next featured wedding film and witness the exciting moments that led to Amy & Drew's love commitment.

Do not forget to come back tomorrow, Maharanis! 

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Photography: PhotosMadeEz | Cinematography: PhotosMadeEz | Mehndi Artists: Mehndikalogie | Garba Venue: Renaissance Woodbridge | Ceremony Venue: The Addison Park | Reception Venue: The Addison Park | Floral & Decor: Mandap Design | Hair & Makeup: Duette Hair & Makeup | Mehndi Artist: Mehndi Art by Dhara | DJ: DJ Raz Entertainment


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