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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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Marjan Island, UAE Indian Fusion Wedding by Rose Life Studio

Maharanis, today we will be making a trip all the way to the United Arab Emirates! Our charming couple, Dweenisha & Sheilesh, gave us a tease of their voluptuous wedding celebration at the DoubleTree by Hilton Resort & Spa Marjan Island. This luxuriant resort has everything its clients could ever wish for, and our couple fell head-over-heels with its breathtaking views and top-quality services. Dweenisha & Sheilesh ceremony took place at the resort's private beach, surrounded by their loved ones and the grand ocean and its pleasant breeze. What a lovely way to start their new life together. I do not doubt that the whole family enjoyed their holidays and celebrated with the sweethearts, all while Vidira Concept's fantastic crew took care of the design and decor for the wedding. These professionals delivered marvelous bouquets for the celebration with the same shades the bride and groom chose for their attires. Our couple had several looks throughout each of the events, combining traditional red and yellow colors and a soft sky blue. Later on, going for a magnificent black and sparkling dressing for the reception. The marvelous Dweenisha had Neha Shah and Geeta Masani embellish her even more! Our bride's gorgeous features were radiant as ever, with her sun-kissed skin glowing as bright as her love for Sheilesh. The handsome groom had some tricks of his own with his elegant tuxedo and shining smile. Their charm is unbelievable, dears! Just as apparent as their devotion. I am sure you are as excited as one can be to see the impressive shots Rose Life Studio took. They wonderfully captured the peak moments of this wedding, and we have them available for you in this impeccable gallery, my beloved Maharanis. You will be enamored! 

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All right, Maharanis, remember to always come back for more unique stories!

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Sangeet Venue: DoubleTree by Hilton Resort & Spa Marjan Island | Ceremony Venue: DoubleTree by Hilton Resort & Spa Marjan Island | Reception Venue: DoubleTree by Hilton Resort & Spa Marjan Island | Planning & Design: Vidira Concept | Floral & Decor: Vidira Concept | Hair & Makeup: Geeta Masani | Hair & Makeup: Neha Shah | Catering: DoubleTree by Hilton Resort & Spa Marjan Island | DJ: Vidira Concept | Cinematography: Rose Life Studio | Mehndi Artist: Geeta Masani | Photography: Rose Life Studio


Playa Mujeres, MX Indian Fusion Wedding by Killer Creations Photography

Ladies, go check out Krupa & Gaurav's celebration! It is now live on today's Platinum Guide Blog.

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Travel Concierge: Indian Destination Wedding | Photography: Killer Creations Photography and Cinematography | Cinematography: Killer Creations Photography and Cinematography | Sangeet Venue: Planet Hollywood Cancun | Ceremony Venue: Planet Hollywood Cancun | Reception Venue: Planet Hollywood Cancun | Floral & Decor: Floribunda | Hair & Makeup: Rema Neirma | Catering: Planet Hollywood Cancun | DJ: Naveen Productions | Baraat: Drums in Paradise | Bridal Fashions: Panache by Sharmeen | Lighting: Encore Mexico | Mehndi Artist: Neeta Desai Sherma | Photo Booth: Naveen Productions | Groom's Outfit: Rajwadi


Cap Cana, Dominican Republic Indian Wedding by Take It Photo

A scavenger hunt to all of this couple’s most memorable places lead to a proposal at their favorite local hiking trail, the Giant Stairs at Palisades Park. From there the couple set their sights on a magical wedding in Portugal in 2020, but like many couples, COVID-19 derailed their plans. Led by the trustworthy team of Shaadi Destinations, the couple settled on the Dominican Republic.

Turning a dream into a reality wedding in 60 days is no small fete. This decisive couple made decisions and made them fast. The mandap took center stage to capture an airy, casual island vibe. Rattan chandeliers, white gauze and fresh florals came together to set the mood. The bride donned a gorgeous Anita Dongre's bridal lengha with a touch sparkle and detailed embroidery, and was happy to have all the decisions done! Warm beaches, fabulous food and one killer party was the best way to celebrate surrounded by friends and family who had been apart for so long.

“My aunts family unfortunately couldn't attend the wedding due to UK travel restrictions. She took up learning the piano a few years ago and had learned a song that she was going to surprise us with at our original wedding. She instead facetimed me on the morning of our wedding day and played it for me. It was a profound feeling knowing that someone could be so far and still create such a special moment. Terrible for my make up, but it's a moment I will never forget.”

Congratulations Aekta & Samir!

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Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We got engaged in Nov 2018. He planned a scavenger hunt at all of our most memorable places. My closest friends and family were waiting at each place to deliver the next clue. He proposed at our favorite local hiking trail, the Giant Stairs at Palisades Park.

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.
Our original wedding was supposed to be in Portugal in June 2020. Unfortunately, due to coivd, like many other couples, we had to pivot from our original plan. We actually weren't motivated to do a wedding after that process but my mom insisted and started a lot of the initial search process again on our behalf. She reached out to Shaadi Destinations since we always wanted a destination wedding and there was really only 2 hotel options for us, Hyatt was one. We starting planning the wedding planning in March and got married in May. It was hectic to find all new vendors but every single one of them were so amazing and reassured us every step of the way. We were blessed with an incredible team.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I always wanted something with more embroidery and a little sparkle. Anita Dongre's bridal lenghas seemed like the perfect blend of both. I walked in, saw 3 that I loved and the one I wore seemed like the right one for our style!

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
We planned a wedding it 2ish months and had to find all new vendors, a new location and work through a new guest list. So the most enjoyable part for us was when it was over!

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
It was the first time since covid that my whole family and all our friends had seen each other in person so to be quite honest, they loved that they could spend 3 days laying around the pool/beach and 3 nights partying together.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
My aunts family unfortunately couldn't attend the wedding due to UK travel restrictions. She took up learning the piano a few years ago and had learned a song that she was going to surprise us with at our original wedding. She instead facetimed me on the morning of our wedding day and played it for me. It was a profound feeling knowing that someone could be so far and still create such a special moment. Terrible for my make up, but its a moment I will never forget.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Its a crazy emotional roller coaster experience but it goes by in a blink of an eye. Enjoy every moment!

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Travel Concierge: Shaadi Destinations | Planning & Design: Shaadi Destinations | Venues: Hyatt Ziva & Zilara Cap Cana | AV: JSAV | Bridal Fashion: Anita Dongre | Cinematography: Dreamcatcher Films | DJ: S&S Production and Entertainment | Decor: Creative Punta Cana | Floral: Mercaflor | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: The Wedding Junction | Mehndi Artist: Lemons & Mehndi | Photography: Take It Photo


Cancun, MX Indian Wedding by Federico Salmeron Photography

When you know, you just know. This couple knew from the moment they were engaged they wanted to have a destination wedding in Cancún because it's where they took our very first trip together.

Although the Pandemic threw off our original plans of getting married in December of 2020, took a gamble on May 2021 in the hopes of increasing chances that everyone would be vaccinated and be able to safely attend and they won!

Working with Shaadi Destinations to choose Generations Riviera Maya/El Dorado and coordinate guest travel and itineraries, The Shaadi team was extremely flexible and very helpful with moving around dates, as it was a challenge to reschedule anything these days, let alone a destination wedding!

Generations/El Dorado is an one of a kind property in Riviera Maya, located a bit further south from the hectic Hotel Zone area. Featuring existing South Asian motifs the resort is the perfect backdrop for Indian weddings. To add to the list they have a wonderful on-site Indian Restaurant, Haab, that catered all of the Indian food items for the wedding. They are known for Chef Kaushal who uses fresh ingredients grown on site.

It was important to the bride to make sure that her bridal outfits matched the overall theme and decor for each event. The Sangeet was filled with many bright colors so an outfit from Aisha Rao became the natural choice. The bride’s lengha was a beautiful shade of deep crimson with peach and green floral accents that matched the floral decor of the mandap. For the reception she donned a dusty pink lengha that had mirror work which danced under the fairy lights.

“We both played equal parts in wedding planning which made us feel like we had a shared project and true partnership. We both brought our strengths to the table and added creative elements to our events that reflected our personalities. For example, my husband's a gamer, so he put together a playlist of video game jazz covers for our cocktail hour, which also featured custom cocktails named with Gujarati puns (Majama-rita anyone?) that made everyone smile.”

What a breath of fresh air! Congratulations to the beautiful pair!

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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 knew right from the start that we wanted to have a destination wedding in Cancún specifically because it holds special meaning to us (it's where we took our very first trip together and where we realized we had something special). 

We also wanted to make sure our guests felt like they were on a vacation where we just-so-happened to be getting married. The Pandemic threw off our original plans of getting married in December of 2020, so we took a gamble on May 2021 in the hopes of increasing chances that everyone would be vaccinated and be able to safely attend (which they were). 

We worked with Shaadi Destinations to choose our resort (Generations Riviera Maya/El Dorado) and coordinate guest travel and itineraries.  The Shaadi team was extremely flexible and very helpful with moving around dates, as it was a challenge to reschedule our wedding to a date that worked with all of our vendors. They were also helpful with recommendations for vendors such as Federico Salmeron (photography), and JC Castillo (planning).   One of our favorite things about working with Shaadi Destinations is their private Facebook group which helped us collaborate with other couples going through the same process.  It's a great resource to discuss all of the questions that couples have, and to get insight into picking vendors in Cancun.

Generations/El Dorado is an extremely unique property in Riviera Maya,  located a bit further south from the hectic Hotel Zone area. A lot of our venues had decor "built in" because of the existing South Asian motifs (such as the beautiful Ganesha statue at the Palapa Ganesha where our sangeet was held).  The resort also had a wonderful on-site Indian Restaurant, Haab, that catered all of our Indian food.  Chef Kaushal did an amazing job making incredible food from fresh ingredients grown on site. 

When we first started planning, we quickly realized that we wanted the whole experience to be as stress-free as possible, including the day-of.  After choosing a few vendors on our own, we decided to bring in a wedding planner, JC Castillo.  He has a tremendous amount of experience with Indian weddings. Any time we had a concern, he was able to address it.  Every meeting we had with him made us feel more confident for our big day, and we felt like things were really in motion once brought him into the process.   He has great relationships with a lot of local vendors and was able to bring our vision to life, and introduced us to other vendors such as DJ Krish and our Dhol player Jonathan from Drums in Paradise.   He also partners with Pistillo Florals to bring luxurious floral arrangements and decor to every event.

Federico Salmeron has a very unique style of photography and has worked with many Indian couples.  He has a firm grasp on all of the best locations for photo ops at our resort. He knew how to work with the backgrounds and light and bring out all of the amazing colors to make our photos really pop. His cinematography colleagues at Saptapadi Weddings captured incredible moments and put together cinematic videos that still brings us back to this day.

My makeup artist, Alex Corbanezi, was amazing at recreating each of the inspirational looks I showed him.  He made my entire bridal party look stunning and he also offered bridal draping services, so I really felt taken care of.

Loto Mehndi did my Bridal Mehndi and I was blown away at how intricate of a job they did, especially on the Gayatri Mantra which I wanted included on my arms. They were very communicative and a total pleasure to work with.

At our Sangeet, after enjoying delicious Churros from Los Pockets, our guests went over to the Mehndi tent where Lemons & Mehndi  adorned their hands with beautiful designs. Shaadi Destinations also hooked us up with branded coconuts at our ceremony from kocoo.mx which helped our guests cool off from the heat.

It was important for me to make sure that my bridal outfits matched the overall theme and decor for each event.  The Sangeet was full of many bright colors so I wanted to wear an outfit from Aisha Rao because her vivid colors and designs, such as the beautiful shade of blue that matched the ocean, were a great fit for the tropical locale.

The bridal lengha was a beautiful shade of deep red with peach and green floral accents that matched the floral decor of the mandap.   The reception outfit was a dusty pink lengha that had mirror work which really glimmered under the fairy lights.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The site visits!  It was a lot of fun to have an excuse to go on vacation but also check out the venues, meet vendors, and taste a lot of amazing food. Planning in a tropical paradise made the process a lot more enjoyable.

We both played equal parts in wedding planning which made us feel like we had a shared project and true partnership.  We both brought our strengths to the table and added creative elements to our events that reflected our personalities.  For example, my husband's a gamer, so he put together a playlist of video game jazz covers for our cocktail hour, which also featured custom cocktails named with Gujarati puns (Majama-rita anyone?) that made everyone smile.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our intention was for our guests to enjoy an intimate wedding, but the pandemic pared down our guest list even more.  This ended up working to our advantage, however, because it allowed us to spend more individual time with our guests.  They also loved the overall vibe of the resort and spaced-out schedule which helped everyone feel like they were on their first truly relaxing vacation in a long while. Choosing an all-inclusive resort made it easier for people to have a great time and not have to worry about anything. They loved our personal touches such as our music selection, custom cocktails, and decor, which all reflected our personality.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
At the end of the "Vidaai" after the ceremony, our car had to rush us straight to our COVID test in order for us to get our results in time before heading back to the US. This was completely unplanned but we decided to make the most of the situation and brought our photographers along with us. They captured a moment we'll never forget! Fortunately everyone at the wedding tested negative, but every time we look back at that photo it reminds us how extraordinary the times were.

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 it came to decor I was really intent on each event having its own vibe.  For example, with the Sangeet, I really liked the idea of having very "Old Bollywood" style decor elements with lots of colors. We had fantastic entertainment lead by family, and an impromptu Gujarati Garba and Raas which we taught to a lot of our guests on the spot.  It ended up being a really fun and memorable experience.  We also planned a special surprise at the end of the night: fire dancers and water drummers from Drums in Paradise!

All of our venues were outdoors due to COVID, which worked out in our favor given that the weather was beautiful and the natural scenery provided a gorgeous backdrop. This enhanced our chosen decor while helping us out budget-wise:  win-win!  Our Pithi was held amongst palm trees and flowers, and our decor company added flowing marigolds and religious motifs. 

The reception incorporated more western decor. We used some bohemian elements such as Pampas Grass and blush tones.  The fairy lights reflecting on the dance floor made for amazing photos that we didn't anticipate so we're glad we opted in for the upgrade.   We were pleasantly surprised with a performance from my sisters and their husbands dancing to "Señorita" from "Zindagi na milegi dobara" which was the perfect song for an Indian wedding in Mexico! 

We wanted our first dance to connect to where we were getting married, so my husband and I taught ourselves a salsa dance to a beautiful latin-fusion rendition of "Chura Liya" by Jonita Gandhi.  My husband edited the music and I found the choreography, which we practiced every night as a regular part of our wedding planning process.  Learning the dance ourselves felt really special and brought us even closer together.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Learn to let go! Once I had arrived I stopped worrying about all of the little things and told myself that I was just going to have a good time and go with the flow. I trusted the process and it showed, because everyone commented on how relaxed I was throughout the weekend.   

You only get this time once and it will go by quickly, so make sure to enjoy every minute, and don't forget that you have guests that want to spend time with you as well, so make sure they feel your presence. 

When planning, don't get so caught up in the whole show of things that you forget about the guests' experience.  Try and keep the guests' point of view in mind, because what you think really matters may not even be that important.

Things may not all go precisely as planned but keep in mind that while people won't remember details like the color of your napkins, they will remember how good of a time they had.

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Travel Concierge: Shaadi Destinations | Baraat: Drums in Paradise | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: Radhika Patel | Bridal Fashion: Sari Palace | Bridal Fashion: Aisha Rao | Bridal Fashion: Kalki Fashion | Bridal Jewelry: Sari Palace | Catering: Generations (Haab) | Ceremony Venue: El Dorado Riviera Maya | Cinematography: Saptapadi Weddings | DJ: DJ Krish | Draping/Styling: JC Castillo Weddings | Event Designer: JC Castillo Weddings | Floral & Decor: Pistillo Flowers & Rentals | Hair & Makeup: Alex Corbanezi Beauty | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Zazzle | Mehndi Artist: Loto Mehndi | Mehndi for Guests: Lemons and Mehndi | Photography: Federico Salmeron Photography | Planning & Design: JC Castillo Weddings | Reception Venue: El Dorado Riviera Maya | Registry: Amazon | Sangeet Venue: Generations Riviera Maya | Transportation: Lomas Travel | Tuxedo: The Black Tux


Willemstad, Curaçao Indian Wedding by Alain Martinez Photography

Maharanis, don't miss Isha & Kishan's dreamy wedding in today's Platinum Guide Blog. You'll love it!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
My cousin was friends with my husband for years in college before I met him. I used to always hang out with my cousin and his friends all the time but never met Kishan because he was in Boston for work. One day, my cousin says we are going out to dinner with his friends (very common). We get to the restaurant and there he is, I thought he was so cute when I first saw him but he wouldn't speak to me even though we were sitting right next to each other! Of course, later, I learned this is because he is very shy. From dinner, we decided to go out to a bar. I wanted a tequila shot at the bar and out of nowhere, Kishan says "I'll take the shot with you". Kishan did NOT like tequila at all. It was at this moment, his friends knew that he liked me. We went to the bar together to take the shot, we hit it off and the rest is history!
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Kishan had moved to Dallas, TX a couple months before and we were long-distance at that time. I had come to visit him 4th of July weekend, my birthday is July 6th and he proposed on July 5th. He proposed to me the day before my birthday because he knew I wouldn't be expecting it. Summers in Dallas are HOT, it was 96 degrees the day he proposed. Kishan took me to a beautiful garden in Dallas called the Arboretum. He said he wanted to make a pit stop before our brunch plans. He was walking me to a specific part of the garden and the whole time I kept complaining about how hot it was and if we could skip this part and just go straight to brunch. When we finally got to where he wanted to propose, it was in front of a beautiful small fountain and he had set up a picnic blanket and pillows. I knew at that time but on the blanket was a puzzle he wanted me to complete (we love to puzzle). The puzzle said will you marry me? And when I turned around he was on one knee. After I said yes, our siblings popped out of nowhere and we celebrated with champagne, of course!
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 always knew we wanted to do a destination wedding. We both have older siblings that already had the big local weddings so we wanted something with a more intimate guest list. When it came to wedding planning, Kishan only had one request - he always wanted to get married overlooking the water. Our next step was to book a wedding planner, we wanted someone who had a lot of experience in destination weddings and went with Sonal Shah of SJS Events. We wanted to book a venue on an island that many people hadn't been, somewhere guests would feel like they're getting a vacation as well. The wedding events were planned at night to ensure guests got the day to sleep in, relax, enjoy the beach, and explore the island. This is how we ended up with Marriott Curaçao Beach Resort, located on the island of Curaçao which is part of the Dutch-Netherlands ABC Islands (Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao). Once the venue was booked, we booked the rest of our vendors: Style by Susmita for hair and makeup, Alain Martinez for photography and videography, DJ Raj Gandhi for DJ and MC, a local company Confetti Company for decor, and a local company Massive Productions for audio and visual. Because the wedding was going to be intimate, we wanted to incorporate a lot of small details and experiences for guests. We made welcome bags that included everything from personalized hangover kits with liquid IV, hand sanitizer, and Emergen-C to personalized do not disturb door hangers, Indian snacks, local snacks, and small blue Curaçao bottles. We had a sunset wedding on the beach and once it got dark, we incorporated fireworks which was a nice surprise factor for our guests. There were his and hers personalized scents as a final party favor at the reception. And finally, one of my favorite moments of the weekend is when we decided to forego a traditional cheer at the reception and did tequila shot cheers with everyone instead to commemorate the first time we met. Throughout the planning process, the hardest part was not being able to go to India and working around the pandemic fluctuations, especially with a destination wedding. We had to work around the clock and back and forth via WhatsApp with many vendors in India for our outfits, favors, invitations, jewelry, and other small details. Despite the struggle, we were both extremely happy with how everything turned out.
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I wanted to definitely go the traditional route and wanted an all-red outfit. I found a Kolkata-based designer named Pallavi Poddar on Instagram and absolutely fell in love with her Padma lehenga. I immediately reached out to her via WhatsApp and through video/messaging, I finalized my outfit. When I received my outfit, I could not be happier. The work was so intricate and beautiful, and the outfit fit me like a glove.
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part of the planning process was the decor. I am very creative and love to think of outside-the-box ideas. My decorator and I had a very collaborative experience. I was hands-on with many aspects of the decor including the floor plans, lighting, seating chart display, signage, etc. It was especially gratifying seeing it all come together.
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
They loved the relaxing atmosphere of the wedding. All of the events were in the evening so our guests got the chance to explore the island, relax on the beach/by the pool, and enjoy their vacation during the day. We provided breakfast, lunch, and of course dinner every day during the wedding weekend, so they didn't need to go too far to find food.
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Our first look. Kishan's sister tested positive for COVID the day of the wedding and could no longer be apart of any wedding festivities. It was a very emotional time for all of us as we were getting ready and an especially tough time for Kishan as his one and only sibling would not be able to attend his wedding. There were so many times I wanted to just go and see him but I knew I couldn't. When we finally saw each other for our first look, it was a mixture of so many emotions and we both had tears of happiness and sadness. But it was also that moment that we knew we only needed each other to get through life's happiest and saddest moments.
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 a poolside event, and I immediately knew I wanted the stage to be built on top of the pool. Guests would have the unique experience of being on a dance floor in the pool. We centered the rest of the decor around that. The decor was rust pink and yellow, very boho chic with string lights. The reception was conversely very romantic and glam. The color theme was red black and gold, with lots of red roses and candles lighting up the room. The cocktail hour was in an outdoor courtyard with the seating chart engraved in round wooden boards hanging from the trees, there were also twinkle lights hanging from the trees. For our first dance, we decided to do a mix of songs but we started off with a salsa number to Señorita by Shawn Mendes & Camila Cabello which was SO fun to learn!
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
So much stress and pressure are put on ensuring everything is perfect but things may not go exactly according to plan. At that moment, remember that things have a way of working out, what's meant to be will happen and in the end, you're going to look back at your wedding as a really special moment in your life. And don't forget to be in the moment and have fun!

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DJ: DJ RAJ Entertainment & Event Lighting | Venue: Marriott Curacao | Planning & Design: Sonal J Shah Events | Floral & Decor: Confetti Company | Hair & Makeup: Style by Susmita | Catering: Marriott Curacao | Bridal Fashions: Aisha Rao | Bridal Fashions: Arpita Mehta | Bridal Fashions: Amit Aggarwal | Bridal Fashions: Pallavi Poddar | Bridal Jewelry: Chintamanis Jewellers | Cinematography: Alain Martinez Photography | Photography: Alain Martinez Photography


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