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Scottsdale, AZ Indian Fusion Wedding by SkyPoint Productions

Hello, beautiful Maharanis! We are glad you could join us today because we were dying to share Khushma & Austin's fusion wedding bash with all of you. This celebration packs all the things we love, so you definitely want to check it out! We are starting this Wednesday by taking you on a visual trip to The Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch thanks to the cinematographic delight captured by SkyPoint Productions. And oh boy, this cinematographic studio did such a fantastic job that we almost feel as if we were there enjoying every moment of this spectacular celebration thoroughly planned by Apropos Creations! The jaw-dropping decor crafted by Festive Rents mirrored the ravishing look of our gorgeous Maharani Khushma, who looked like a goddess after being pampered by Makiaj Beauty. But that is not all! She took her bridal look to the next level with a fabulous Mehndi designed by Henna by Purvi, and we loved it so much that we were rendered speechless! Ladies, if you love wedding celebrations as much as we do, wait no more and hit the play icon below. After seeing this marvelous celebration, you will want to start planning your ultimate dream wedding and start sending invites to all your family and closest friends. So, make sure to remember this name: Customizing Creativity. They are the masterminds behind Khushma & Austin's Wedding Invitations & Wedding Stationery, and they did such a fantastic job that we are sure you'll want to count on them!

After seeing this spectacular film, we need a moment to catch our breath! But make sure to join us tomorrow for more.

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Mehndi Artists: Henna by Purvi | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Customizing Creativity | Planning & Design: Apropos Creations | Venue: The Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch | Floral & Decor: Festive Rents | Hair & Makeup: Makiaj Beauty | Catering: The Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch | DJ: Hyper Productions DJ's | Baraat: Hyper Productions DJ's | Cake & Treats: The Scottsdale Resort at McCormick Ranch | Cinematography: SkyPoint Productions | Lighting: Hyper Productions DJ's | Photo Booth: Pix'd Me | Rentals: Inner Space Design Group | Rentals: AZ Retro Rentals | Photography: Ushna Khan Photography


Austin, TX Pakistani Wedding by A&A Video Productions

Good morning, Maharanis! We know it's Friday and probably you are tired and need to catch your breath, that is why we are bringing this incredible love story that will help you relax and prepare for a full inspiring weekend. This time, we will join Mariam & Faisal at their big wedding celebration, and we are sure that you will love every detail of it. In fact, you will not only love it, but you will also be captivated by it as this event will make your imagination and inspiration flow! To make this their dreamed wedding, Mariam & Faisal selected top of the line wedding venues to host all the events. The halls of the Austin Creekside hosted the colorful and fun-loving Mehndi; the JW Marriott Austin became the main witness of the ceremony that united these lovebirds in marriage. And finally, all wedding events concluded with a fantastic reception party hosted inside the Sheraton McKinney's halls, where DJ Riz Entertainment set the dancefloor on fire and put everyone to dance! And all we have to say is that this wedding celebration turned out to be just perfect! So, kudos to Weddings By Vara as they were the masterminds behind the planning and execution of such marvelous and enchanting celebration. If you want to take a closer look at this incredible event, don't miss today's gallery for more awesome details! We have compiled the best shots captured by A&A Video Productions, and we are sure that you are going to be amazed! Wait no more and get ready to enjoy!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
During the summer of 2015, I was invited to a friend's work party as her plus one and she introduced me to Faisal, her co-worker. We instantly connected and bonded over our love for food, traveling and sarcastic and flirtatious humor. There was an undeniable attraction that we couldn't ignore.
 
At the time, I was working at the Texas Capitol and Faisal's office was 4 blocks away so we started having lunch together and went on coffee dates. Eventually, those mid-day dates turned into post-work dates and we became best friends. We did everything together - cooking, going to UT football games, Sunday brunches, Austin City Limits. The similarity in our personalities was indescribable and that's how I knew he was "the one".
 
During that summer and months after, Faisal became my best friend and I knew he was the one I wanted to explore all of life's adventures with. He brings out the best in me, has the ability to make me laugh and truly is my other (and better!) half.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Faisal and I have never celebrated Valentine's Day in the traditional sense - we find it somewhat cliche and typically do a date night at home with some great food and a good movie. Last year - on the day AFTER Valentine's Day - he planned for us to meet up in downtown Austin for a live show and dinner. I was told to meet him at his office and instead, my 22 year old niece shows up. I then got a text from Faisal, with a coded Google map and instructions for a surprise love-themed mural tour.
 
At each stop, I found a red balloon nearby with a clue to the next stop, which eventually brought me to the Long Center right at sunset. Faisal was there, bouquet of red balloons in hand, standing against a backdrop of Austin's skyline and I was blown away. It was the most romantic thing Faisal had ever done and I was not at all surprised that he incorporated his software engineering skills to create such a unique and thrilling proposal. The next chapter in our everlasting relationship unfolded that night and I will cherish it forever.
 
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.
Like any girl recently (or about to be) engaged, I had my Pinterest boards ready to go by the time wedding planning officially kicked in. They were organized by decor, outfits, hair and makeup, and miscellaneous details. I cannot be more thankful for having these boards set up - they were handy and served as great examples to show my vendors (my decorators especially!) of what I was envisioning.
 
Our wedding consisted of six events, spanning a week and across Austin and Dallas. It was overwhelming to think about at first but with the help of my wedding planner, Vara (Weddings by Vara), I was able to prioritize and make decisions a lot easier than I imagined. Additionally, I introduced my parents and in-laws to Vara a month before the wedding. This was another great idea because they knew who to turn to if Faisal and I were busy during the actual events. She walked through the timeline and listened to their suggestions. It was great because they became comfortable working with Vara and Faisal and I were no longer the middle men between our families. I highly recommend this because it eliminated unnecessary stress that Faisal and I would be prone to during the events.
 
The one aspect that helped tremendously was booking some of the same vendors for the events in Austin and Dallas. This included my hair and makeup artist, our photographer and cinematographer, and DJ. Having one point of contact for each of these vendors was so convenient in organizing and planning the multiple events they were a part of. Since they were aware of the different atmospheres/styles of each event, I was also able to work with them in ensuring that each event and bridal look was unique and different than the other. I didn't want to overlap my ideas and have it repeated across multiple events.
 
With the help of my family, we were able to secure wedding venues almost immediately after our engagement. I built a very honest and open line of communication with my parents, Vara and venue coordinators to ensure we were all on the same page with event timeline, vendor responsibilities, and expectations of the coordinators. About three months before the wedding, I scheduled on-site meetings with my wedding planner, venue coordinators, caterer, and decorator. These meetings served as a walk through and gave the vendors the opportunity to discuss the layout and logistics of getting set up. Also, having the vendors meet prior to the wedding makes it all the more easier -- they're familiar with who they're working with and feel far more comfortable asking questions.
 
My decorator - god bless her and her patience with me changing up ideas between our meetings. Yara (Unique Design and Events) and her team are fantastic at what they do. Her inventory of South Asian decorations is unbelievable and every time we met, we added more to the decor. At the same time, I would change up the color scheme or tablescape. However, through these changes, we created distinct and unique atmospheres for each event. I envisioned the mehndi to be a mix of a mela and club vibes - all brought to life with the street food stalls, dhol wala and LED foam lights on the dance floor. Yara transformed the venue with bright and beautiful food stalls with signage in Hindi-like font, gold lanterns, and jula on the stage. In comparison, our wedding reception was an elegant affair with ivories, golds, blush and maroon accents. It was very romantic, soft and highlighted all the little details we incorporated. I loved every aspect our decor and the thought that Yara put into bringing my vision to life.
 
I'll be honest - I dropped the ball on my hair and makeup trial. I was so overwhelmed with work and wedding planning and wasn't able to drive to Dallas for my trial until a week before the wedding. But I wasn't panicking because I trusted Alex (Ms. Painted Lady) and within four hours, we had knocked out three unique bridal looks. It was incredible to see our ideas come to life and were able to make changes before the big day. One of the looks we planned was for my mehndi - a voluminous side braid with my polki jhoomar. On the day of the event, moments before she was getting ready to braid it up, we changed the look with an all-down, side part hairdo. We were SHOOK at how we didn't come up with this idea during the trial and it turned out amazing -- by far, my favorite style of the week!
 
As overwhelming as all this sounds, I loved planning our wedding. It was a collaborative effort with my family, Faisal and his family, Vara, our vendors. I couldn't have survived it without their input and support throughout the eight months of planning. In comparison to other weddings I've seen, ours went incredibly smooth and it couldn't have gone that way without the open communication, trust and dedication of my vendors. Openly discussing concerns about cost, ideas, or technical execution helped to alleviate any problems that may arise the week of. I jokingly tell Faisal we should throw another wedding for our five year anniversary because I miss the planning aspect so much - I was met with an eye roll instead.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
Before we got engaged, I was absolutely set on having Farah Talib Aziz design my mehndi and wedding dress. Her style is elegant, traditional with a mix of modernization and the colors are so vibrant. I had found some of her work on Instagram and Pinterest and added it to my collection of designs. Soon after we set a wedding date, I set an appointment with her studio for 4 a.m. (thank you, time difference). It was impossible for me to go Karachi at the time so virtual appointments were the only option. Thankfully, Farah and her team were understanding and showcased options similar to the designs I had saved. Ultimately, I ended up choosing my first choice and Farah suggested I have a deep red dress with gold work, Swarovski crystals and a gold farshi gharara. I was sold!
 
About three months before the wedding, I was able to visit Karachi and meet Farah at her studio. Although close to the wedding, she could confirm my measurements, show the progress on my outfit and make any last minute changes if any. Since my mehndi dress wasn't as intricate as my reception, I chose the design at this time, mix-matching top and bottoms from different designs to create a unique look.
 
My mother-in-law and I chose my valima outfit together. I was certain I wanted a lighter color, like blush or nude. We chose this beautiful nude dress by Nimrah Khokar. It had delicate flower buds and hummingbirds embroidered in silver. It was absolutely perfect!
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
I'm thankful for the help I got from my family, Vara and vendors but I loved planning the wedding with Faisal. It was important to me that the wedding showcased both of our visions and he was a part of the planning from day one. From figuring out invitations to working on the logistics of the timeline, he was my soundboard and I was his. This collaboration made us enjoy the wedding even more because we saw our shared vision come to life. Additionally, we were excited to share this moment with our family and see our guests enjoy the details and hardwork we put into the events.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
If there's one word I heard from our guests it was unique. Going into the planning process, I wanted to stray away from the traditional and overdone concepts and piece ideas together to create an unforgettable experience for our guests. From the street food stalls at the mehndi, to the sparkler send off at our reception, our guests were wowed. T
 
o this day, guests come up to my parents to talk about how much they loved the vibe at the mehndi - I want to say that was everyone's favorite event! I wanted it to be very interactive and make sure everyone had a fun time. We were already doing a buffet style dinner at the wedding reception and valima so I wanted a twist on dining for the mehndi. The food stalls were so different -- pani puri shots, bun kabob, Indo-Chinese cuisine - there was something for everyone to try.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
There are two. The first one was at our mehndi, when I made my entrance on a dholi. I was carried by my four cousins and all I could see straight ahead was Faisal on the stage. I could not stop smiling and was so happy. When I got to the stage, he and I rushed to the dance floor with our family and friends and danced to one of our favorite songs - London Thumakda. We danced the entire night away and were enveloped in so much love.
 
The second is our first look on the wedding day. I am terrible with surprises and wanted to show Faisal my bridal dress so badly prior to the wedding. Thankfully he didn't let me and I'm glad I didn't because our first look was an incredible moment. I was so nervous walking up behind him but at the same time, I had a huge smile on my face. When he turned around, his face lit up and I will never forget that moment. Faisal is very attentive to details and he noticed all the small things on my wedding dress, jewelry, makeup -- everything. He loved my look and made me feel like the most beautiful bride in the world. Even during the event, he kept sneaking glances at me and me at him - we were unbelievably happy and oblivious to everything around us.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Plan - use Pinterest and Instagram to your advantage but have your expectations in check. Sometimes our ideas don't pan out exactly how we envision them and have to switch to Plan B and that's okay! Everything can't go smoothly 100% - it's unheard of during a wedding, especially a South Asian wedding. Be flexible especially during the day of and focus on you and your fiance. This time is about you guys and take the time to enjoy that!! You planned as much as you could, now it's the time to enjoy all of that.
 
Also, have faith and trust your wedding planner and vendors. They have extensive experience with weddings and will guide you towards the best decisions. Be honest with them if you don't like a certain idea and work collaboratively. It will only result in a smooth and beautiful event! Respect them, their profession and treat them with kindness.

That is all for today, darlings! Enjoy your weekend, and make sure to join us on Mondy for more!
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DJ: DJ Riz Entertainment | Lighting: DJ Riz Entertainment | Venues: Sheraton McKinney | Mehndi Venue: Austin Creekside | Ceremony Venue: JW Marriott Austin | Planning & Design: Weddings By Vara | Floral & Decor (Ceremony/Mehndi): Unique Designs & Events | Hair & Makeup: Ms Painted Lady | Catering (Mehndi/Ceremony): Tempura Halal Indo-Pak Grill | Catering (Reception): MaiColachi | Bridal Fashions (Mehndi): Farah Talib Aziz | Bridal Fashions (Ceremony/ Reception): Nimrah Khokhar | Cake & Treats: Sweet Treatz Bakery | Cinematography: A&A Video Productions | Mehndi Artist: Nisha Henna Art | Photo Booth: Complete Wedding and Events | Entertainment: Jupmasterg | Groom Fashion (Nikkah Outfit): Amir Adnan | Groom Fashion (Mehndi): SFK | Groom Fashion (Ceremony): Mishal Boutique | Groom Fashion (Reception): J. Crew | Wedding Rings: Privosa Fine Jewlery | Photography: A&A Video Productions


Philadelphia, PA Indian Fusion Wedding by M2 Photography

Good morning, beautiful ladies! There is no better way to start this Wednesday with the right foot than taking a look at Ashley & Chris' sweet and romantic love story. And believe us, this is one you are going to enjoy. From the heavenly wedding ceremony hosted at The Church of the Holy Trinity to the grand reception party celebrated inside the Springfield Country Club's halls, everything was impressive! But there is no surprise here, as The Styled Bride thoroughly orchestrated this multicultural wedding. This fantastic team took care of every single detail to make this unique and unforgettable event. And oh boy, they nailed it! The on-point planning combined with the spectacular decor crafted by the talented team from Robertson's Flowers & Events resulted in a winning combo that left everyone speechless. Entire decor mirrored the beauty and elegance of our gorgeous Maharani Ashley, who looked like a princess throughout the different wedding events, thanks to BridalGal. This fascinating and highly experienced team took care of Ashley's beauty needs in such a spectacular way that we cannot stress how much we loved her final look! If you are like us and can't get enough of this lovely couple during their wedding festivities, make sure to take a look at the fabulous shots captured by M2 Photography in today's inspiring gallery! Believe us; you will love it!

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We hope you've enjoyed today's feature as much as we did! Remember that we have new content every day, so make sure to join us tomorrow for a new inspiring story that will take your breath away!

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Hair & Makeup: BridalGal | Venues: Springfield Country Club | Ceremony Venue: The Church of the Holy Trinity | Planning & Design: The Styled Bride | Floral & Decor: Robertson’s Flowers & Events | Catering: Palace of Asia | DJ: Remixologists | Cinematography: Stagger Films | Photo Booth: Poser | Transportation: Sterling | Transportation: Ace Limo | Draping: Eventions Productions | Photography: M2 Photography


Wilmington, DE Indian Fusion Wedding by Maria DeForrest Photography

Happy Monday, darlings! We missed you so much during the weekend, and we were dying to share a lovely new story with you. And what better way to start this new week than taking a look at a charming fusion wedding. If you've been following us for quite a while, you already know that Indian fusion weddings have something special that makes our heart melt with tenderness and joy; and Krupa & Matthew's big wedding affair is no exception! So get ready to have a good time because today's featured wedding packs all the things we love, and so much more! We're starting this journey by joining this sweet and lovely couple at the Chase Center on the Riverfront, the venue of choice to host all wedding activities. To make her dream wedding come to life, our beautiful Maharani Krupa planned every detail of this long-awaited day, and the result was amazingly beyond her expectations! The perfect planning, combined with the heavenly decor in soft-colored hues designed by Nirali Decor, created a soothing environment for Krupa & Matthew to tie the knot in the company of their family and closest friends. Our lovebirds looked ravishing together in their matching attire. Still, it was our beautiful Maharani who stole the show! She said "I do" looking like a princess, dressed in a fashionable, yet traditional lengha designed by AsoPalav after being fully glamorized by Payal Patel. And we cannot stress how much we love every bit of her elegant and glamorous look. It is both bewitching and inspiring! After the wedding ceremony, it was time to celebrate this life milestone with a spectacular reception party. All guests danced the night away to the beats of Volcanik Entertainment and tasted the delicious culinary experience prepared by Moghul. And let's not forget about the sweet treats from Federal Donuts, who designed a 5-story donut cake. Simply amazing! Hands down, this was the dream wedding Krupa & Matthew always wanted, and this could not have been possible without DiSalvo Events, who coordinated every segment of the big day down to the smallest detail. So big kudos to them! For more amazing shots of this enchanting wedding celebration, don't miss the awesome photos captured by Maria DeForrest Photography. We've compiled them all in today's full gallery, so make sure to check it out! It will take your breath away!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Matt and I met out in Philadelphia one night 9+ years ago! We were both out with friends and happened to hit it off. Right after we met, he moved to Washington D.C. and we were long distance for 6 years. We both knew early on that this was something special and worth making the 3 hour drive to see each other every weekend.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We had rented a beach house in Cape May with a large group of friends. I had a feeling it may be coming that weekend but the whole weekend went by and  no proposal! I was ready to go home on Sunday afternoon when he wanted to take a walk before we left. As we walked along Congress Hall, noticed one of his friends hiding around the corner and suddenly I realized Matt's hand was shaking in my own. I knew this was the moment, and realized i was holding a PLASTIC WATER BOTTLE! I proceeded to throw it to the side (don't worry I picked it up afterwards) and braced myself for the moment. He got down on one knee and asked the question 7 years in the making.
 
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.
The whole process kind of came together rather quickly. The venue was the first on the list, trying to find a place that would fit our 300 guests for multiple days and not break the bank. The Chase Center on the Riverfront was actually not far from where I work, which is why it made the list of places to check out. Once we visited we were sold not only on the hospitality of the event coordinators but the blank canvas it presented us. All of our vendors were phenomenal to work with and were familiar with the venue. This ended up being a huge plus for us, when all the vendors have been to the venue before and know how best to set up your events.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I really wanted a white lengha and I went to India with that thought in mind. I made the journey to Asopalav, like so many brides before me about 5 hours after I landed that morning. While sharing my version with the associate in the store, letting them know I was looking for an all white lengha. You could hear my mom in the background saying "why not one with a red dupatta or a little red in the outfit?". I figured this may be a future battle I would have to fight but when I tried on the first outfit (the one I ended up picking) I knew it was the one. Of course this is India, I did not travel 21+ hours to buy the first outfit I tried on. We persuaded them to hold it for us until the end of the day and went to try on outfits elsewhere. By the end of the day even my mom agreed it was perfect.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
My favorite part was the outfits! It was especially fun buying outfits for my husbands family.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
I think the biggest hit of the wedding was the venue! The Chase Center was so large and accommodating that it allowed us to have each event in a different room and not have our guests feel cramped or lacking in space. The hotel attached was an added bonus for a November wedding. It allowed guests to move between locations without having to venture outside.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Its funny but for me it was the Baraat (and I wasn't even there)! I loved seeing all the pictures from procession and and Matt was so surprised when the mascot came out. My family also did a great job showing his friends and family how to have a great time at the Baraat!
 
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.
The Sangeet was probably my favorite event overall. We wanted to have a fun welcome party vibe during the traditional event, no stage just high tops and plenty of food and drinks for the guests. It was so amazing to see the families interacting so freely. From learning how to garba or play raas to his family surprising everyone with a performance. It really set the stage for the rest of the weekend.
 
One of my other favorite things I did was plan mini meals for the immediate family. Before the sangeet we had private room where we could sample all of the dishes of the night. This was a great opportunity not only for us but our siblings and parents to relax and more importantly eat! We could spend the rest of the night mingling and enjoying the event.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Its hard to say dont stress. You will stress, especially if you go the traditional wedding route (there are too many people and events not too). But know that at the end of the day everyone is there for you and your husband. Try to sneak moments for the two of you to just take it all in.
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
We actually had a donut cake from a Philly favorite donut spot. It was such a hit! They arranged it on tiered platform to look like a cake and even had a donut tasting for us beforehand. We actually only had a couple of donuts left that night.
 
All of our personal flowers were done at a local grocery store (Wegmans). It was a great way for us to save some money and we were able to order bulk flowers from them and Costco for the various events.

What a great way to start the week, isn't it ladies? Don't forget to join us tomorrow for a new story!
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DJ: Volcanik Entertainment | Venue: Chase Center on the Riverfront | Planning & Design: Krupa Desai | Floral & Decor: Nirali Decor | Hair & Makeup: Payal Patel | Catering: Moghul | Bridal Fashions: AsoPalav | Cake & Treats: Federal Donuts | Cinematography: Trabbland | Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling: Payal Patel | Villanova Mascot: Villanova University | Day Coordinator: DiSalvo Events | Photography: Maria DeForrest Photography


Austin, TX Indian Wedding by MnM Photography

Happy Monday, darlings! We are excited to start this new week with your company as we were dying to share Saher & Munaf's wedding bash with all of you. If the name of these two lovebirds sounds familiar to your ear, its because we have already featured their gorgeous wedding celebration in our Video Blog, thanks to the cinematographic delight by Prismatic Films Photos. And we know that you loved it so much that we decided to make a double feature for you to have the chance to relive this fabulous celebration once again. So, this time around, we are here to delight you with the visual masterpieces captured by MnM Photography, and oh boy, you'll love them so much as every single shot is swoon-worthy. So, get ready to be amazed! Lots of romance and elegance were present in the halls of the Hyatt Regency Austin, in the form of a beautiful decoration in soft-pasteli hues crafted by none other than the talented team from Events by Faiza. It is an incredible combination of colors that we can't stop admiring. And we cannot stress how much we loved every single inch of this glamorous and heavenly decor that mirrored the beauty of our gorgeous Maharani Saher. She nailed the ultimate bridal look and burst into the room, leaving everyone speechless after being fully glamorized by MUA Mariam. She designed a nude makeup and an exquisite hairstyle that praised this Maharani's innate beauty and made her look like a goddess, just like we all want to look for our big day! After the ceremony ended, an epic reception party started! All the guests enjoyed this lavish cornucopia of beauty and flair, while DJ Scoop played the perfect melodies to liven up every moment of the evening. One of the most anticipated moments of the evening took place when our lovebirds had their first dance as husband and wife. All of the guests were anxiously waiting for this moment, and it did not let anyone down! Between all the dancing, the emotional speeches, and the fun-loving moments, the night finally ended, but not before having the first cut at the delicious cake baked by Paige's Bakehouse. It was the perfect final for this sweet and charming story that you can enjoy ti the fullest by visiting today's gallery! So, wait no more, and make sure to check it out. You'll be amazed!

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What a great way to start the week, isn't it ladies? If you want to enjoy more inspiring stories like this one, don't forget to join us tomorrow. We have new stories every day! 

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Floral & Decor: Events by Faiza | Cinematography: Prismatic Films Photos | Photography: MnM Photography | Mehndi Venue: Celebrino Event Center | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Hyatt Regency Austin | DJ: DJ Scoop | Cake & Treats: Paige’s Bakehouse | Bridal Hair & Makeup: MUA Mariam | Bridal Party Hair & Makeup: Sahar Beauty ATX | Bridal Party Hair & Makeup: Alex Quiroz | Bridal Fashion (Mehndi / Pithi / Reception): Panache By Sharmeen | Bride's Mom and Sister Fashion (Mehndi / Pithi / Reception): Panache By Sharmeen


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