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Palm Harbor, FL Indian Wedding by Amita S. Photography

The wedding party details of Henna and Jigar are finally here, Maharanis! Luckily, you are in the right spot to check all the grandeur that wrapped up warmly the new Mr. and Mrs. on their first night as husband and wife! To relax a little before the jitters of the reception, Amita S. Photography took the bride and groom outdoors for an intimate and romantic photo session that allowed them to flaunt their glam style! Henna’s fabulous loose hairstyle by Destiny & Light flawlessly blended in with her bold and stylish purple attire while Jigar chose a classic styled tuxedo with a contemporary twist in a fabulous royal blue color! Innisbrook Resort’s luxurious indoor setting was decorated by 5th Seasons with shiny purple and peach hues while a magnificent suspended wedding cake stole the show! Two Ladies and Events helped our couple to create their traditional affair and I hope you love all the images found in our full gallery. Enjoy!

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The best thing about fairy tales is that they happen all the time. So don’t forget to check more love stories tomorrow!  

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Photography: Amita S. Photography | Venues: Innisbrook Resort | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: Spinning Canvas - Shivali Vyas | Catering: Jewel of India | Cinematography: NSPG Media | DJ: Krish Entertainment | Event Designer: 5th Seasons | Floral and Decor: 5th Seasons | Floral and Decor: Garlands - Shriji Creator | Hair and Makeup: Destiny & Light | Mehndi: Apeksha Patel | Photo booth: Krish Entertainment | Planning and Design: Two Ladies and Events | Priest: Ramesh Bhai Mehta | Transportation: St. Petersburg Carriages | Venue: Bayanihan Arts Center- Garba Hall Venue |


Phoenix, AZ South Indian Wedding by DivineMethod Photography

Of course, a sumptuous marriage deserved nothing less but a lavish party! Showcasing a fairytale setting at the Chateau Luxe, Deeptha and Maulik closed their wedding festivities and offered to their guests an unforgettable celebration! Y Knot Party Rentals created the original theatrical stage drapery and the dramatic floral glitzy centerpieces displayed on the guests' tables and provided an upscale flair to the hall! Chateau Luxe’s bakers made the wedding cake shine with shimmer metallic color tiers that added a touch of luxe to the dessert! Arizona’s best entertainment company, Hyper Productions set the tone and encouraged the guests to join the newlyweds at the dance floor and contributed with a marvelous set of purple lights for a heavenly ambiance! The official photos of the event were in charge of the visual storytellers of DivineMethod Photography who brilliantly snapped the sweethearts’ glam looks, Maharani Deeptha in an exquisite golden gown and Maulik in a dreamy crimson night suit! Reveal the beautiful imagery in our full gallery!  

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Make sure to visit our editorial posts tomorrow!

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Mehndi Artists: Henna by Purvi | Planning & Design: Apropos Creations | Event Designer: Apropos Creations | Cinematographer: The Wedding Cartel | Photography: DivineMethod Photography | Sangeet Venue: Chateau Luxe | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Chateau Luxe | Floral & Decor: Y Knot Party Rentals | Hair & Makeup: Makiaj Beauty | Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling: Makiaj Beauty | Catering: Chateau Luxe | DJs: Hyper Productions | Lighting: Hyper Productions | Cake & Treats: Chateau Luxe | Rentals: Y Knot Party and Rentals |


Boston, MA Indian Fusion Wedding by Damion Edwards Photography

Organized and produced by the celebrated wedding planning firm Blueprint Occasions, the last event of Rebecca and Neil was nothing less but extraordinary! Today’s sweethearts held their glam bash in the fabulous Boston World Trade Center and Seaport Hotel and what a marvelous event it was thanks to the magic touch of Wedding Design! The creative team matched the couple's design dreams with a breathtaking white décor and curated the most beautiful and sophisticated centerpieces. The stellar moment for Rebecca and Neil arrived when they hit the dance floor and showed off their best moves to their loved ones and flaunted their glam western style outfits! Graceful and elegant, Rebecca chose a stunning white gown that she combined with her red bangles which helped her exude timeless femininity. Bukhara Grill brought a unique dining experience to the night with a fresh dinner that made everyone love the traditional flavors of India! Damion Edwards Photography & Cinematography captured the night atmosphere in a very natural way so do not wait any longer and head to the gallery to check the inspiring images.

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Neil and I met through a mutual friend in Boston, MA. We were in the same social circle and I was drawn to his ability to make me laugh and feel myself. It was the best first date (and last) I had had and I knew from the start that I would fall in love with him. 
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
It was a November morning in Boston, a slight drizzle and chill in the air. We were meeting friends for brunch in Harvard Square and would later spend the afternoon at his parents' house. After brunch, he took a detour to the Charles River and said let’s take a walk. I knew then that he was up to something as we generally walked along the river with our dog Otto, except that Otto wasn’t with us. He took my hand and we walked to the river bank where there were flower petals as he got down on one wet and muddy knee and I said “of course” to marrying my best friend. It was a private and intimate moment shared by the two of us. 
 
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 had fun with the planning process. With him being Indian and me not, we chose together with our families how we wanted to incorporate our family’s cultures into our wedding events. Neil and I had 2 things that we made sure would happen at our wedding: an outdoor wedding ceremony, and I would wear a traditional white American wedding dress for the reception. For everything else, we were open to help and suggestions from our families. We decided on having the wedding at the Seaport Hotel, with its lovely and diverse event spaces and convenient distance from the airport as my guests would be traveling from Minneapolis, MN. We brought our wedding palette colors to Ravi Verma at Wedding Design and he designed the most elegant decor themes with our fusion wedding in mind. My hair and makeup vendors were amazing! I wanted people with both experiences in American and Indian weddings. It was also important that they were easy to be around since I spent a lot of time getting ready with them for each event. At my hair trial with Stacey Kuehn, I showed her my outfits for each event and she created amazing hairstyles that completed each event’s look. My makeup artist, Jeremy Anaya, was able to easily go from light and natural to dramatic and daring. I trusted him to have fun with each event’s makeup look that complemented my outfits. 
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
Since I am not Indian I decided to wear a traditional red wedding lengha for our ceremony. With the help of Neil ’s family, I chose a gorgeous red velvet lengha with gold beadwork. I had decided to wear a traditional white American wedding gown for our evening reception. I went shopping with my mom and sisters and they helped me choose a fun and elegant Daalarna gown for our fusion reception. 
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our guests loved the fusion theme throughout our wedding weekend. We had traditional Indian events such as the Mehendi, Sangeet, and Baraat in addition to American wedding vows and some traditional Minnesotan foods. We wanted to have something new for all our guests to experience. 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Have fun with your wedding planning! Sit down with your husband-to-be and decide on the few things that are a must for each of you. With multi-cultural weddings get your families input. It’s a day that is dreamed about for each family and you want everyone’s values and traditions to be heard and honored. 
 

Wishing the happy couple a prosperous married life, we say goodbye but stop by tomorrow for more charming real-life fairytales!

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Photography: Damion Edwards Photography & Cinematography | Sangeet Venue: Boston World Trade Center and Seaport Hotel | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Boston World Trade Center and Seaport Hotel | Planning & Design: Blueprint Occasions | Floral & Decor: Wedding Design | Hair & Makeup: Stacey Kuehn | Catering: Bukhara Grill | Mehndi Venue: Belmont Country Club | Mehndi Artist: Smita’s Boutique | Catering - Mehndi: Masala Art | Cinematographer: Epic Filmmakers |


New Rochelle, NY Muslim Wedding by 3rd Eye Captures

The soul of the wedding celebration of Parisa and Mohamed lied beneath the people and love around them, that is why the wedding planning experts of House of Dipali helped the newlyweds come up with a fabulous celebration for their dearest guests! A luxurious ballroom was the choice to hold the wedding reception, this lavish space displayed a sumptuous ambiance thanks to the creative décor team of House of Dipali who created exceptional floral designs for each table and a seriously posh wedding cake crowned the center of the hall! Parisa glowed on her wedding night in a dreamy dusty rose and gold gown and the blue navy hue of Mohamed’s assemble suited perfectly with his beautiful bride’s attire! This super stylish couple posed for 3rd Eye Captures and they captured all the grandeur of the dance party that I’m sure is a new level in nuptials standards! Check the awe-inspiring images in our full gallery!

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See you tomorrow!

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Floral & Decor: House of Dipali | Planning & Design: House of Dipali | Photography: 3rd Eye Captures | Photography: AMK Photography |


College Park, MD Indian Wedding by Asaad Images

Ankur and Chandni let love shine at The Hotel at The University of Maryland for their lavish celebrations’ grand finale! With a show-stopping stage and table décor by Liz Decorations, the glitzy bash environment was beautiful for the pictures Asaad Images captured of the just-married couple and their big bridal party! Maharani Ankur went for a dark color lehenga and Makeup by Mala matched her glam attire with a set of sleek romantic waves that made her glow for her night pictures! The bride shared a charming first dance with her prince as M4U Events owned the turntables and transformed the night into a spirited celebration with tons of the couple’s favorite songs! Chowpatty Catering created a variety of dishes with authentic Indian flavor and Neelam at Sweetie Sweet Cupcakes made an impressive confection of a fantastic four-tier wedding cake that was finished off with a sparkly cake topper! See the entire reception chronicled in our beautiful gallery!     

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More wedding with vogue ideas to plan your big day, here, tomorrow!

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Mehndi Artists: Bhavna’s Henna and Arts | DJ: M4U Events | Cinematography: Avec Lumiere Productions | Catering: Chowpatty Catering | Photography: Asaad Images | Garba Venue: Julia Bindeman Suburban Center | Ceremony & Reception Venue: The Hotel at The University of Maryland | Floral & Decor: Liz Decorations | Hair & Makeup: Makeup by Mala | Cake & Treats: Neelam at Sweetie Sweet Cupcakes |


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