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At Maharani Weddings, we believe that every bride deserves the fairytale wedding of her dreams! Here at MaharaniWeddings.com you will find glittering seeds of inspiration for every aspect of your upcoming wedding. In addition to profiling some of the most spectacular Indian weddings from around the globe through interviews, pictures, and videos, we also hand-pick and share a list of the best Indian wedding vendors in our Maharani Weddings Platinum Guide. From event planners to photographers, dj's, florists, cinematographers, makeup artists, mehndi artists, you name it... you’ll find connections to every resource you could ever need for all your wedding ceremonies and celebrations.

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Perry Hall, Maryland Sikh Wedding by Virdee Films Photo-Video

Happy Thursday, Maharanis! We know that it is a bit difficult getting through this quarantine time, but it gets more manageable when you have new love stories poping form your screen every day, and today is no exception! If you were looking for a unique and extraordinary love story to get your inspiration going, you've come to the right place! Manjeet & Harman's wedding celebration is demonstrations that against all the odds, love always wins. COVID-19 emerged right around the date set for these lovebirds to join their lives in marriage. And this unfortunate situation that could have discouraged a lot of couples, only motivated Manjeet & Harman to get things going. They embraced change and decided to carry on with their wedding, making the necessary arrangements to make it happen. After rescheduling and changing the event dates numerous times, they finally set everything into action and fulfill their long-awaited dream of becoming a single unity through love! The big day started with a romantic, bright, and colorful photoshoot that we are sure will take your breath away! Every single shot immortalized the sweetest and charming scenes of this lovely couple before the Sikh wedding ceremony hosted at Perry Hall - Maryland. In case you were wondering who is responsible for such incredible shots, it is none other than the talented team from Virdee Films Production. The way they manage to make a photo session, a delightful visual masterpiece, is impressive, so big kudos to them! After the photoshoot, it was time to carry on with the Sikh wedding ceremony thoroughly planned by the bride and groom themselves with the help of RJ Best Events on the floral department. And oh boy, we loved the colorful and traditional vibes we got from every single scene of this intimate and solemn ceremony. There was so much to admire, but everyone's eyes set in the marvelous look of our gorgeous Maharani. She looked like a vision of beauty thanks to the delicate hairstyle and makeup designed by Glow By Herneet. The fancy pieces of jewelry coming From Punjab - India and the artistic Mehndi designs by Henna By Shazia and PrettyNeatBeauty were the perfect complements to round up a dreamy look that we all love so much! If you want to check more of this lovely young couple, don't miss today's marvelous gallery. We are sure you will love it!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
He added me on IG 2 years prior but never messaged me. Finally 2 years later he messaged me on Instagram and we finally met each other a few months after messaging/talking on the phone. After getting to know each other, we discovered so many similarities between us amd our family. I slowly fell for him without knowing it, so when he popped the question, it was a no brainer for me.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We were talking on the phone and he just asked me slickly, in the middle of a conversation, after I realized what he asked me, I of course said yes!

Tell us how you went about planning your wedding, and your overall experience with the Venues, Hair & Makeup, Outfits, Decor Theme, and all of the other important details.
I was avoiding planning the wedding for a month and a half but I would stress about not having it done. One Saturday morning in January I sat down and called and booked decorators, MUA, film/video, DJ. I met the DJ and videographer/photographer at the Dulhan Expo in NJ in December 2019 so that made it a little easier. Just as I thought I was in the home stretch, COVID-19 had other plans for our wedding! 2 weekends before we were supposed to get married (3/28/2020), we had to make the decision to postpone until a later unknown date, or we could make the best of an unfortunate situation. We decided to move the wedding up to 3/21/2020- one week ahead, and move the venue to my parents house. I ended up planning the whole wedding again, in 3 hours!

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I always wanted our clothes to stand out- not be the typical red for the bride, and ivory for the groom. I had my magenta salwar kameez made from Punjab from a boutique. And I pushed my husband to wear a blue sherwani, which was also made in Punjab, India.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The best part was meeting the vendors! I am a very sociable person, so I loved the interactions between my family and the vendors. And although I had to make numerous phone calls to each vendor to change the plans, it was an enjoyable experience!

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
The 60 guests we were allowed to have at our house (gathering limitations in place due to COVID19) loved the traditional feel they got from our wedding. They loved the simplicity yet elegance of having a wedding within our own home.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The very first time I saw my husband which was when I walked down the aisle for the jai mala ceremony. Everything else is a blur!

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 bridesmaids had a dance planned, which unfortunately they couldn't perform due to the restrictions in place, I only had one of my bridesmaids at the wedding. We had to make a lot of the decor ourself as the big decorations weren't able to fit in our house, they were meant for our banquet hall.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
You can plan and plan and plan, but stuff always comes up (maybe not as big as a pandemic virus). Instead of focusing on how to get what you planned, always have a back up plan and be optimistic. Sometimes last minute plans are the best!

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
My mehndi lady was choosen a few months ahead of time and she was absolutely pleasant- Shazia in Gaithersburg, MD. Decorations were done by RJ best events in Towson, MD. My MUA was a family friend, and none other than GlowbyHerneet.

What a fabulous wedding celebration to get inspiration from, isn't it, ladies? If you love today's love story, make sure to join us tomorrow for more!

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Photography: Virdee Films Production | Cinematography: Virdee Films Production | Planning & Design: RJ Best Events | Ceremony Venue: Perry Hall - Maryland | Sangeet Venue: Bride & Groom's House | Planning & Design: Bride & Groom | Hair & Makeup: Glow By Herneet | Catering: India Palace Maryland | Bridal Jewelry: From Punjab - India | Mehndi Artist: Henna By Shazia | Mehndi Artist: PrettyNeatBeauty


Rajasthan, India Indian Wedding by Vows and Tales

Good morning, beauty queens! We are starting this Tuesday with a trip to India. Yes, you read right: India! Today, we are heading over to Rajasthan, India, to take part in Shalini & Rishi's 3-day wedding festivities. So, get yourselves ready, because what is coming right ahead will take your breath away! There is something extra special about weddings that take place in India that never ceases to amaze us. Maybe it is the fact that they are full of flair and traditions, or perhaps it is the fact that seeing a love story come to life in the very same place where our dearest traditions started is mindblowing. We really don't know! What we do know is that today's love story will make your inspiration fly, and your hearts melt with tenderness and joy, so let's don't wait any longer and get ready to be amazed! Let's start by taking a look at the mesmerizing wedding ceremony held at the surroundings of the Joypur Bansi Resort. This striking venue, which also hosted the Sangeet and the reception party, was the perfect place for Shalini & Rishi to tie the knot. There was so much beauty overflowing from every single scene of the ceremony that anywhere you looked, it had perfection written all over the place. Same perfection and beauty that we found in our gorgeous Maharani. She donned a traditional but glamorous lengha designed by Papa Don't Preach By Shubhika, and walked down the aisle looking like a goddess! It was a perfect moment, where everyone sighed and dropped a couple of tears of joy over so much beauty. And we want to give a big shoutout to Shraddha Luthra and Sunita Pawar for taking such good care of Shalini's beauty needs. Their spectacular work is so impressive, and we cannot stress how much we loved it. But that is not all! Shalini went a little further to achieve her dreamed bridal look and got marvelous pieces of jewelry from Ra Abta by Rahul Luthra and a fabulous Mehndi designed by Deepa Mehandi Art. After the ceremony, there was an epic reception party that marked the end of the wedding festivities, and it was so spectacular that we found ourselves lost in words to describe it. Thankfully, the good friends from Vows and Tales were there to capture all the amazingness. Dive into this fabulous celebration by visiting today's gallery!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I wrote a short story about us, would like to share it here.

A ‘Just In Time’ Love Story

As most of the best relationships go, Rishi and I were introduced through mutual friends. From our first date in a small italian restaurant, to a romantic surprise proposal full of champagne and best friends in NYC’s Central Park Bow Bridge, our love story was the fairytale every girl dreams of.

While there were months of being physically apart and plenty of arguments due to many cultural differences, our love story is one for the modern age.

Several years ago, my sister settled in the US and ever since, my heart and spirit were torn. My heart will forever belong to India but my spirit wanted to achieve something wonderful in the land of opportunity. Rishi was the answer to a question I never asked.

God’s timing is a mysterious thing and one needs to have faith in it

From Rishi’s surprise trip to India early in our relationship, to our Iceland and Paris vacations, to my parents surprising us in Los Angeles, We were blessed with the hand of God gently guiding us throughout. This followed our engagement in LA in the presence of our loved ones.

Our The-Day was here!!

I have always wanted a wedding full of memories, traditions, much fun with our loved ones.. much before this had planned it all!
Just days before the world went under lockdown, We lived our Dream, a magnificent Destination Wedding in Jaipur, India- full of many loved ones who braved COVID-19 to celebrate our union.
Just the way I dreamt my wedding to be! I am and will be forever thankful to the ones who were part creating these moments.

Now, quarantined together in Santa Monica, California - looking through our incredible pictures by Vows & Tales and waking up to such beautiful posts by bloggers from across, is reliving those memories.

Realizing how many couples have had to postpone their wedding celebrations - I want to share a small piece of advice. Love is more important than any celebration - but a wedding celebration is about the people - so, if you can - wait and do it right.

Hang in there and lots of love,
-Shalini

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
RED. The only thing I was sure about is - Wanted to keep my wedding lehanga red. Red color may be played out or something that brides have been wearing since centuries but I needed no modern twist there, Specially when Pastels are trending, I still wanted to have a red lehanga which could look very traditional and royal for the ceremony but since I was wearing my lehanga for the reception too after the sunset Pheeras, I needed something that could look very royal for the ceremony and classy as well as chic for the reception.
I instantly fell in love with my outfit when I tried the Rimple and Harpreet's beautiful design. I did not even try any other design.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
You never enjoy planning your own wedding.
Being an event planner myself, planning my own wedding and whole process was extremely stressful.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Guest had A LOT OF FUN. All they did was - dress up, dance, drink and eat.
They enjoyed pretty much everything- from the world's cuisines personally curated for each event according to theme, dancing till 8AM every night, interesting and unique themes of events. All 4 days for them were total madness and fun. And last but not the least the gorgeous cake is something they still talking about.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
On my D day - The moment when I saw my groom and when Rishi saw his bride. The connection and that eye contact between me and Rishi was the most amazing feeling ever. The moment I would cherish for life. It's a feeling that can't be put in word.

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 whole wedding was inspired by Peacocks and elephants that includes the Mandap decor, the favours, cutleries, Decor, My mehendi and even my LEHENGA. This was because Rishi loves elephants and I adore peacocks.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
YOU should be the one to have the most fun in your wedding. So enjoy to the fullest.
ALWAYS HAVE A SMILE. They say is right, happy brides are the prettiest
Start taking extra care of your skin from the day you decide to get married lol

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
We had a Royal Welcome dinner at one of the most beautiful forts in India - Amer Fort, Jaipur which was the start of the events. - Gazal Nights followed by my mehendi.
Rainbow Mehandi the next day.
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Cocktail Night - For which I designed my gown myself, My train was approx 8 Mts long.
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Reception- Our wedding cake was highlight of the evening which had a beautiful decor of flowers and crystals and was grand and gorgeous.

We are still sighing over so much beauty, and we need a moment to catch our breath. But don't forget to join us tomorrow for more. We will have a new love story to share with you! 

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Sangeet Venue/ Ceremony Venue / Reception Venue: Joypur Bansi Resort | Bridal Fashion: Papa Don't Preach By Shubhika | Cinematography: Vows and Tales | Favors: Ekaani Mumbai | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Invitation Design Company | Mehndi Artist: Deepa Mehandi Art | Tuxedos: Canali | Groom’s Outfit: Aza Fashions | Bride’s Flower Jewelry: Floral Art Mumbai | MUA (Cocktail): Ojas Rajani | Bride’s outfit (Cocktail Gown): Designed by Bride Herself | Groom’s Outfit (Cocktail): Canali | Shoes: Christian Louboutin | Wedding Rings: Harry Winston | MUA (Wedding day): Shraddha Luthra | Hairstylist (Wedding day): Sunita Pawar | Jewelry / Kaleeras (Wedding day): Ra Abta by Rahul Luthra | Photography: Vows and Tales


Indian Fusion Wedding by Lin & Jirsa Photography & Thanh Photo

Happy Friday, Maharanis! Can you believe how quickly we've flown through this week? It seems that with a blink of an eye, we went from Monday to Friday! The good thing is that throughout the whole week, there were a lot of beautiful and inspiring stories that enriched our creativity and made our imagination fly. And today's fusion wedding is no exception! So, get ready to be amazed by the beautiful union between Hira & Shakil. This wedding bash comes to us from Irvine, CA, and it was so spectacular that this adorable duo had to have two different photographers to immortalize this marvelous celebration of love. In today's gallery, you'll find visual masterpieces by Lin & Jirsa Photography and also by Thanh Photography. They are equally beautiful and representative of the grandeur that surrounded this enchanting wedding celebration, and we are sure you are going to love them so much! Let's start this journey by taking a look at a Nikkah ceremony officiated at the Islamic Center of San Gabriel Valley, where Hira & Shakil tied the knot in the company of their family and closest friends and made a promise of eternal love to each other. And we cannot stress enough how much we love seeing them together, as you can tell that they are a match made in heaven! An elegant and luxurious reception party held at the Hotel Irvine followed the Nikkah ceremony, and oh boy, this reception was fabulous beyond words! But there is no surprise here as SoCal Event Planners took care of the planning and execution, and Chez Rose worked their magic to create a marvelous backdrop with gorgeous floral arrangements and luxurious chandeliers hanging from the ceiling. Anywhere you looked, it had perfection written all over the place! Starting with the ravishing look of our gorgeous Maharani, whose fashion sense is as graceful as exquisite! She looked like a goddess throughout the entire wedding festivities thanks to PeaceLoveSakina and The World of HSY, who took care of her beauty and fashion needs. In between emotional speeches, tears of happiness, and the upbeat melodies played by Dhamaka Entertainment, this night got to an end. But we are more than sure that the end of this magical night was only the beginning for Hira & Shakil's happily ever after!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We met at a mutual friend’s graduation party. He tapped me on my shoulder and introduced himself and the rest is history! For our first look on our wedding day, we recreated that moment and he tapped me on the shoulder (as opposed to the bride tapping the groom on the shoulder).

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Shakil took me on a helicopter ride in Los Angeles. We got to see an aerial view of our favorite and most memorable spots in LA. The cherry on top was the beautiful sunset we saw over Santa Monica beach. After the helicopter landed, he popped the question and I immediately said yes!

Tell us how you went about planning your wedding, and your overall experience with the Venues, Hair & Makeup, Outfits, Decor Theme, and all of the other important details.
I did extensive research using Instagram to create a vision. With the help of my coordinator, Shumaila of So Cal Event Planners, I was able to achieve the vision I had in mind for my wedding. I spent time with my decorator, Tanya, picking out the color theme that would complement our outfits. Each flower type and color was handpicked by me and I made sure we had different shades of dusty pink, red and orange for the wedding center pieces. We opted for a dark burgundy background so it could make us stand out. I love chandeliers and decided I wanted them to be part of the background. I wanted to go for a vintage theme and dark theme. Shumaila made sure the ballroom looked beautiful with the lighting, draping, and decor. As for the Mehndi (sangeet), I chose colors from my outfit to be used for the decor. I opted for baby’s breath for the stage decor and I absolutely loved how it turned out. I chose my long time and talented friend, Sakina, as my make up and hair artist for both days. I communicated what type of hair and make up I wanted before the events.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I went across the globe to Pakistan for wedding shopping. I was never a fan of wearing red and always knew I wanted to wear a champagne color outfit with gold embroidery from my favorite designer HSY. As for my mehndi (sangeet) outfit, I decided to wear a bold color like black because I wanted to stand out amongst colorful decoration. For my nikkah look, I wanted a super traditional look with the outfit and jewelry. My dupatta had a hint of yellow, baby pink, and baby blue, which was my favorite part of the outfit.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable process for me was choosing the decor! As I said before, each color was carefully handpicked by me based on the outfits I was wearing. That’s how I also chose my husband’s outfits (I shopped for each one of them in Pakistan). I wanted to make sure we wouldn’t washout with the backdrop, so I chose colors that would complement our outfits.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
They loved the backdrop, handels ice cream and of course the horse carriage at the end! We didn’t even tell our family members about it, but it was the perfect fairytale ending. 

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Before walking into the ballroom, Shumaila told us to take it in and walk slowly. I still remember the doors opening, as we took our first step, all we saw were flashing lights. As we took a few more steps, I got to see everyone clearly in the ballroom. It finally hit me - this is OUR wedding. Our favorite song was playing for the entrance (can’t take my eyes off of you by Frankie Valli & the 4 seasons) and I literally looked at my husband thinking “you’re just too good to be true, can’t take my eyes off of you”. It also hit me that we had over 500 guests present in that ballroom to celebrate our love. I won’t ever forget that feeling.

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 first dance, we chose “can’t help falling in love” by Elvis Presley, which was another favorite moment from our wedding. With the fog we felt like we were on cloud 9!
For the mehndi, my family and friends surprises the grooms side with a flash mob to “hips don’t lie” by Shakira because we wanted to incorporate a song with our hashtag.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
I’d be lying if I said planning a wedding is not stressful, but trust me, when you look back at the wedding planning process you’ll miss it and realize how fun it was because it’s your day and once you see everything come together, it’ll be the best feeling! It may not be 100% but that’s ok, because ultimately you’re finally marrying the man of your dreams and that’s all that matters!

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
Jewelry on the wedding and nikkah was also bought in Pakistan during my wedding shopping trip. I wanted to buy real gold so I can pass it on in the future. I wanted my nikkah jewelry to be super traditional and my wedding jewelry to look more vintage.

That is all for today, ladies! Have an awesome weekend, stay safe, and don't forget to join us on Monday for more!

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Sangeet Venue: Los Coyotes Country Club | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Hotel Irvine | Nikkah: Islamic Center of San Gabriel Valley | Planning & Design: SoCal Event Planners | Floral & Decor: Chez Rose | Hair & Makeup: PeaceLoveSakina | DJ: Dhamaka Entertainment | Bridal Fashion: The World of HSY | Cinematography: Balerina Films | Lighting: Team Impulse Event | Live Music: Flash Sitar | Dessert: Handel’s Homemade Ice Cream | Photography: Lin & Jirsa Photography | Photography (Nikkah): Thanh Photography


Naperville, IL Sikh Wedding by Shan Photography

Happy Thursday, Maharanis! We hope you and your loved ones are staying safe and healthy. As you already know, we are facing unprecedented times that initiated emergency protocols to support the fight against this unfortunate situation. And one of the first and foremost recommendations was social distancing, which has definitely helped to contain this pandemic but has also affected many brides and grooms around the world. So many couples were just a few days away from their big wedding celebration, and all of a sudden, things had to change. That was the case for today's lovely couple Susan & Pravdeep. These lovebirds were supposed to have a big wedding celebration with three functions at various venues in Chicago, right before having an epic reception party that would bring the wedding festivities to an end. However, due to the continually evolving situation, plans had to change. In a bold and romantic move, the couple decided to get married at their home! As you can imagine, planning and designing a wedding is already a task in itself, but it can get twice as hard during these times and conditions. Still, Vandana Walia - Vchilli was up for the challenge and took care of everything in such a perfect way that it all ran so smoothly! They coordinated a minimalist and intimate Sikh wedding ceremony following CDC guidelines to ensure the environment was safe for everyone. After the ceremony, Shan Photography immortalized the sweetest and tender moments of Susan & Pravdeep's big day in a romantic and fun-loving photoshoot that we can't stop seeing in today's full gallery! Right before the end of this wedding celebration, the newlyweds shared delicious plates from Shree Restaurants and a sweet cake baked by The Baking Institute, with their guests. All in all, and despite everything that is happening nowadays, Susan & Pravdeep demonstrated that love always prevails and fulfilled their dream of becoming husband and wife! After all, once you find the right person, anytime and anywhere can be the start of your unique and everlasting love story!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
The groom is in the IT feild for healthcare clients and I work in healthcare as well. So he had traveled from Connecticut to Chicago for a conference regarding healthcare and we met there.

I knew he was the one when I saw how understanding he was! We also had this connection which I can’t explain. However, I always say “you hear me when I don’t even speak”  He moved from Connecticut because I told him I want to be near my parents. His family is in India so it all worked out.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
After two dates I had introduced him to my family and my family loved him! So, he didn’t tell me but I found out later. He had expressed to my parents that he would like to marry me. Family was happy and he had there blessings. He Had planned a proposal in Chicago at the sky deck with my family surprising me there. It was so shocking ! I didn’t expect it at all.

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.
Due to the covid 19 I was unable to do the wedding that I had planned with about 300 guests, 4 different venues and 100 different types of foods. However, Even guests could not come. My family really wanted me to have all those rituals done properly that should happen for a bride. Therefore, I felt so blessed that my mehdi lady came and did all my mehdi which took about 8 hrs! My Sikh wedding  ended up happening at my parents mansion in IL with The guru granith sahib all set up and priests too. My favorite part of this whole process was that my family and my waheguru’s blessings were with us and I felt it.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I always knew I want a blood red color lengha for my wedding. I had no clue what design I wanted. I went to New York to one of our family friends store and found this peplum style lengha that I fell in love with then we brainstormed the style, color and design. I had Swarovski crystals and two heavy duppattas with my peplum lengha. I felt like a princess.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The special moment for me was when I entered the ceremony and my husband to be was sitting there surrounded my family. I felt like wow this day is actually here And “he’s the one”

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 decorator was able to decorate the room where my ceremony was being held and he did it beautifully ! I was amazed with the transformation he had done. He had bright colors draped with sparkly drapes as well and beautiful silk pillows with flowers as a back drop.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
You can plan for years and years, but whatever is meant to be , will be and all you should be concerned about is having your loved ones there. The decor, venue , food and entertainment are just the extras , but more importantly is your family and the happiness you feel of just finding your soulmate.

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
My cake was the best I’d say I’ve had at a wedding! It was a unique combination of mango and cheesecake.

What a romantic and inspiring story, isn't it ladies? It is a breath of fresh air during these unprecedented times. If you love these types of stories, don't forget to join us tomorrow for more!

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Planning & Design: Vandana Walia - Vchilli | Catering: Shree Restaurants | Cake & Treats: The Baking Institute | Event Designer: Vchilli | Photography: Shan Photography


Bridgewater, NJ Sikh Wedding by Virdee Films Photo-Video

Happy Tuesday, beautiful Maharanis! Are you ready for a new love story? We know you are, so get ready to dive in today's cornucopia of beauty and traditional flair! Barjdeep & Shiraj is the name of today's young beautiful couple, and we are sure that you will not forget those names! Every time you remember them, a smile will be drawn on your face while you recall all the love they have for each other and the beautiful wedding celebration they had, and that we are going to make you participate today. This beautiful and romantic celebration, thoroughly planned and designed by Xquisit Events, began with a Sikh ceremony officiated at the Garden State Sikh Association, and we loved every moment of this ceremony. Especially the ravishing look of our gorgeous Maharani Barjdeep, who burst into the room looking like a goddess after being fully glamorized by Zahret Make Up Art. After the ceremony, it was time to celebrate the newlyweds with a glamorous reception party held inside the halls of the Bridgewater Manor. Hands down, this closing gala was everything Barjdeep & Shiraj always dreamed of, and so much more! From the fabulous decor put together by Color My Events, to the upbeat melodies played by M4U Events, this reception party was nothing less than spectacular. Not to mention the delicious food prepared by Moghul Caterers, and the sweet cake baked by Bridgewater Bakery. They both looked so good that we wish we would have been there to have a bite. If you loved this fabulous celebration of love as much as we did, make sure to take a look at the visual masterpieces captured by none other than the talented team from Virdee Films Production. Every single shot is an absolute visual delight that you don't want to miss. So wait no more and get ready to let your inspiration flow with today's marvelous gallery. It is going to take your breath away!

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That is all for today, darlings! Remember that we have new stories every day, so make sure to join us tomorrow for more!

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Planning & Design: Xquisit Events | Hair & Makeup: Zahret Make Up Art | Event Designer: Xquisit Events | DJ: M4U Events | Photography: Virdee Films Production | Ceremony Venue: Garden State Sikh Association | Reception Venue: Bridgewater Manor | Floral & Decor: Color My Events | Catering: Moghul Caterers | Cake & Treats: Bridgewater Bakery | Photo Booth: Dream Events New York | Transportation: Classic Coach Limousine


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