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Dana Point, CA Indian Wedding by ColorBlast Weddings

Kiran and Anmol's Indian wedding is a visual treat that has me reveling in every fine detail of this SW Events planned event that will leave you breathless. Kiran was dolled up by none other than Beauty by NG Nida Gazi and left the chambers of her beauty parlor dripping in elegance. Twisted vines, alluring lighting by Fusion Sounds, and radiant blooms set the space for all of these enchanting images. Kiran looked absolutely charming in a gold and burgundy gown that was the perfect attire for the grand finale. Guests enjoyed the authentic tastes of Indian cuisine throughout the events cuisine provided by Natraj Catering and Restaurants and Manohar's Delhi Palace. Guests danced the night away with an overabundance of love and laughter ringing into the early morning hours with ColorBlast Weddings. Head to the gallery for all the magical fun. 

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Floral & Decor: Ethnic Essence Couture Events | DJ: Fusion Sounds | Lighting: Fusion Sounds | Baraat: Cindy Cinderella Carriages | Hair & Makeup: Beauty By NG Nida Gazi | Baraat: Fusion Sounds | Catering: Manohars Delhi Palace | Planning & Design: SW Events | Catering: Natraj Catering and Restaurants | Draping/Styling: Beauty By NG Nida Gazi | Bridal Fashion: CTC Mall - New Delhi | Bridal Fashion: Frontier Raas | Reception Lehnga | Cakes & Treats: It's All About The Cake | Cinematography: ColorBlast Weddings | Hair and Makeup: Design Visage | Sangeet | Hair and Makeup: Style Reigns | Bridal Party | Mehndi: Beauty by Khan | Photobooth: My Pop Up Studio | Photographer: ColorBlast Weddings | Venue: Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort & Spa | Invitations & wedding stationery: Etsy | Favor Bag | Live Music: Laura Vila | Flamenco Dancer at Reception |


Dana Point, CA Indian Wedding by ColorBlast Weddings

Hey there Maharanis! I am so ready for the next chapter of Maharani Kiran's fabulous Indian wedding planned by SW Events. The bride began transformation as a stunning Bollywood bride with her beauty artist Beauty by NG Nida Gazi, and before she knew it, it was time to meet her groom. This Bollywood bride was swimming with elegance in a blooming pink wedding lengha that was a designer piece, to say the least. An awe-inspiring floral mandap took center stage in the amazing outdoor venue at the Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort & Spa designed by Ethnic Elegance. Anmol's very own baraat led by Fusion Sounds and Cindy Cinderella Horses was just the beginning of this elegant event! With eats from Natraj Catering and Restaurants and Manohar's Delhi Palace, guests began to fuel up for the grand event. Kiran's Indian ceremony was a heartfelt one that left all family members in tears as she embarked on her new journey with Anmol. See the whimsical day unfold before your eyes with our gallery captured by ColorBlast Weddings.

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Don't miss a beat! The Indian wedding reception is right around the corner! 

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Floral & Decor: Ethnic Essence Couture Events | DJ: Fusion Sounds | Lighting: Fusion Sounds | Baraat: Cindy Cinderella Carriages | Hair & Makeup: Beauty By NG Nida Gazi | Baraat: Fusion Sounds | Catering: Manohars Delhi Palace | Planning & Design: SW Events | Catering: Natraj Catering and Restaurants | Draping/Styling: Beauty By NG Nida Gazi | Bridal Fashion: CTC Mall - New Delhi | Bridal Fashion: Frontier Raas | Reception Lehnga | Cakes & Treats: It's All About The Cake | Cinematography: ColorBlast Weddings | Hair and Makeup: Design Visage | Sangeet | Hair and Makeup: Style Reigns | Bridal Party | Mehndi: Beauty by Khan | Photobooth: My Pop Up Studio | Photographer: ColorBlast Weddings | Venue: Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort & Spa | Invitations & wedding stationery: Etsy | Favor Bag | Live Music: Laura Vila | Flamenco Dancer at Reception |


Dana Point, CA Indian Wedding by ColorBlast Weddings

One of my favorite parts of the day is when I get to share the love of an Indian wedding. The warmth and love that is radiating through my screens is pure bliss. And, how can I not share the love with our loyal readers? Today, I bring you the incredible Indian wedding union of Kiran and Anmol. The couple enjoyed numerous ceremonies, but I would like to introduce you to my favorites - the wedding ceremony and reception. I could just tell that each detail of Kiran's wedding, spearheaded by SW Events, was perfectly articulated. Because the vendor list is BANANAS! Fusion Sounds, Cindy Cinderella Horses, Natraj Catering and Restaurants, and Manohar's Delhi Palace all make a special appearance! I have the sneak peeks with our bride getting ready by Beauty by NG Nida Gazi down below. But, ColorBlast has all the fun hanging out in our gallery

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Its a warm evening in late October. I'm on my way to a friend's birthday party with my sister heading to the Lower East Side. As my sister and I are standing in line waiting to get into the venue, I notice a guy wearing a white shirt standing in front of us. He quickly glances back catching my eye. I think to myself... he's quite handsome. Per standard NYC male attire, I notice a sea of Indian guys at the party wearing a white shirt (hurray!). As I mingle with friends at the party, I'm tapped on the shoulder by a friend who wants to introduce me to someone. I turn around and there is the same guy from the line. We exchange names followed by a few minutes of small chat. His name is Anmol. As the evening progresses, I talk to him briefly again. He's soft-spoken, polite, with a flair of exquisite poise. Little did I know, this guy will be the one I marry one day. He's one of the most inquisitive, respectable & caring people I have ever met. He conducts himself in a dignified gentleman-like demeanor with trusting in his inner wisdom, adoration, and cherishing amusement. His innocence and strong morals are the essence of his persona. And of course, nobody is a bigger fan of the New York Rangers than Anmol! I believe in destiny and the people that come into one's life are there for a reason...even if it's among a sea of white shirts.
 
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Paris is always a good idea!
 
While on vacation with my family in Paris, Anmol calls me and tells me he's standing downstairs of the building where we were staying. Of course, I thought he was joking. To my surprise, there he was! The next few days were spent gallivanting the city, while the whole time he had me wondering what he had in store. During a visit to the Palace of Versailles, I was convinced he was going to pop the ring out and propose in the gardens. I mean how much more romantic can you get! However, he kept me on my toes until the last day. While crossing the Pont de Bir-Hakeim and watching the riverboats, he gets on one knee with a box in one hand. Wellll, let's just say I said YES! As if the heavens above knew, at that exact moment, tears of rain started to pour. In the midst of excitement and downpour of the rain, we managed to ask a wayfarer to take a quick picture. And then we ran as fast as we could, laughing and still pretty exhilarated by the whole scene. It was pretty darn amazing.
 
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 most challenging part of the planning was settling on a destination. We knew we wanted a destination and even had considered overseas...however we finally decided to host it in California. Planning a destination wedding has its challenges however once we started, things fell into place pretty effortlessly. Did I mention we picked our venue over Facetime! Yes! We sent our west coast family to scour out venues and picked it remotely! Risky but couldn't have asked for anything better! Honestly, without sounding cliche, I was on the Maharani Weddings website regularly looking for vendor recommendations. One of the most helpful tips was when vendors recommend other vendors, it was great to get the positive feedback and trust that we were only working with the industry's most professional teams. My wedding planner was amazing, I really couldn't imagine the wedding without her guidance and expertise! 
Also, a trip to New Delhi was well worth it to grab all the ceremonial things as well as the bigger things like outfits. 
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
Since I was in New Delhi for 5 days, it was crunch time to get both of our outfits. For the ceremony bridal lengha, I saw a bunch of designs and settled on a custom lengha that took about 3 months to make. I wanted a lighter shade lengha since we were having an outdoor ceremony. The colors we selected was a blush pink, with a pop of rani red, and ivory. My lengha was a unique pink. When I found the deep burgundy lengha for my reception in Delhi, I was the happiest girl in the world. Based on the lengha, we incorporated shades of maroon & burgundy to all our florals at the reception. 
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The best part of the planning was that Anmol was part of it throughout. He let me execute my vision however added in his perspective especially as he has a keen eye for detail! Working with our vendors was also a smooth process, they were professionals throughout and gave us creative ideas to consider from the layout to the selections of food. 
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
We received an overwhelming response about the destination. Dana Point is gorgeous to begin with, so our guests were able to plan mini vacations around our wedding. Overall our guests loved the wedding, especially since we had the sangeet and ceremony outdoors to maximize the amazing weather. 
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
During the Sangeet, a full moon appeared right after the sunset. Since the wedding venue was on a cliff, guests got to enjoy a view of the mountains & ocean. As an added bonus, the moon was at its finest that night and made for a special moment that was captured by our guests. 
 
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.
Being that royal blue is one of my favorite colors to wear, I had to incorporate that into the wedding. We decided to have an 'oceanic' theme sangeet. Our outfits were royal blue along with our family. The decor consisted of different shades of blue with candles & sand and Moroccan lamps that were hanging from posts. We kept the decor minimal as we didn't want to take away from the view. Garden lights were added to create a softer ambiance. 
Being I am Punjabi, there's no party without Jaggo! Let's say it was lit! My family did an amazing dance at the wedding. 
For the reception, we wanted to keep the decor and theme formal and romantic. Anmol's tux was a deep blue while I wore a burgundy lengha. 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Wedding planning has its share of stresses but trust that when the day arrives, it will all work out. Don't stress about the small stuff, no one will notice. On your wedding day, try to relax and smile. Your photographer will tell you to do that all day so take the tip! The day will fly so enjoy every minute of it. Trust the people you are working with and get a professional planner!!! 
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
I tried to add a personal touch to each event. I ordered muslin bags with our logo from Etsy. For the sangeet, since it was outside, we had sunglasses, bangles, bindi's, whistles! I also had flip flops for the ladies and those were a hit! Canvas photos and welcome sign were incorporated into events. Our amazing planner was able to do a same-day print of a picture from our wedding ceremony to add to the reception (I mean talk about magic!). Before the wedding, I made t-shirts for my immediate family to wear (Game of Thrones fanatic meant GOT shirts!). My jewelry was from our jeweler in Jalandhar, Punjab. I found my mehndi lady on google and she was spectacular! Luckily our cake vendor was 2 minutes from our venue which made it super easy to coordinate the delivery. For bouquets, my planner was able to get these made the day before from a local florist and were gorgeous.

The outdoor Indian wedding is one you won’t soon forget! See you in a bit. 

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Floral & Decor: Ethnic Essence Couture Events | DJ: Fusion Sounds | Lighting: Fusion Sounds | Baraat: Cindy Cinderella Carriages | Hair & Makeup: Beauty By NG Nida Gazi | Baraat: Fusion Sounds | Catering: Manohars Delhi Palace | Planning & Design: SW Events | Catering: Natraj Catering and Restaurants | Draping/Styling: Beauty By NG Nida Gazi | Bridal Fashion: CTC Mall - New Delhi | Bridal Fashion: Frontier Raas | Reception Lehnga | Cakes & Treats: It's All About The Cake | Cinematography: ColorBlast Weddings | Hair and Makeup: Design Visage | Sangeet | Hair and Makeup: Style Reigns | Bridal Party | Mehndi: Beauty by Khan | Photobooth: My Pop Up Studio | Photographer: ColorBlast Weddings | Venue: Laguna Cliffs Marriott Resort & Spa | Invitations & wedding stationery: Etsy | Favor Bag | Live Music: Laura Vila | Flamenco Dancer at Reception |


Ahmedabad, Gujarat Indian Wedding by Destination Photographers

Maharani Rajvee and Aakash's big phat Indian wedding In Gujarat was nothing short of spectacular! Planning a destination Indian wedding couldn't be more exciting! But, once you actually start on the task that lies ahead, you may feel a bit overwhelmed. As all Indian brides know, the wedding attire you wear during your big celebration is more than just garments; it’s a reflection of who you are. On the day of her Indian wedding reception, a gorgeous deep gold and mint lengha made its debut at the stunning reception site. Rajvee's glam squad created a walking masterpiece! From opulent gowns layered with a charismatic texture to sleek salwaars, be inspired by Rajvee who was a walking trend throughout her event! The power of love is undeniable and Destination Photographers has captured this special day memorialized forever in our gallery

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You won’t want to miss the special Indian wedding I will be featuring tomorrow! So, see you then! 

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Ahmedabad, Gujarat Indian Wedding by Destination Photographers

Every image of Maharani Rajvee's Indian wedding captured by Destination Photographers is so eye appealing that I just can’t wait to divulge all the details. Indian weddings are in my blood and the heart of your loved ones is truly what makes an Indian wedding that much more special. I am absolutely certain that when Rajvee walked down the aisle, all eyes were on her. For her ceremony, Rajvee dressed up her traditional yet modernized lengha with a bib-style style choker that was completely fashion forward. An asymmetrical floral mandap took center stage with the backdrop of the twinkling sky to add that romantic touch. Renowned Indian wedding photographer Destination Photographers was there to memorialize the day and the tears are just not stopping, Maharanis! I hope you are ready for the superlative wedding reception coming right up! To take a sneak peek of things to come, I have the entire gallery waiting for you right now! 

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One last twinkle for the reception party is coming right up! 

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