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Sydney, Australia Indian Wedding by Rolling Canvas

Hello there, darlings! Hitika & Sagar's big wedding festivities are almost getting over, but there is still time to have some fun at their fantastic reception party hosted at the Dockside Darling Harbour. Following the line of traditional flair and amazingness that we saw in all other events, Shagun Events designed a marvelous decor that left everyone speechless. Hitika & Sagar attended this closing gala looking elegantly and fashionably, making their first appearance in an epic entrance between fireworks from All Occasion Pyrotechnics. All the guests had a great time celebrating this life milestone to the beats of DJ Bali, who played the best Bollywood hits. The only time the guests stopped dancing was to enjoy the delicious plates prepared by Taj Catering right before having a bite at the sweet cake baked by Falguni Cakes Oran Park. Hands down, this was the dreamy reception party Hitika & Sagar always wanted, and the best way to bring the wedding festivities to an end. If you can't get enough of this lovely couple and want to relive every moment of this fantastic wedding ceremony, make sure to visit the full gallery that we have prepared for today. We've compiled the best shots captured by Rolling Canvas for your enjoyment. You will get tons of inspiring ideas from it.

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I first met him when I was 6 years old, we reconnected in 2014 again and I knew he was the one when we first started talking after many years as we couldn't stop talking and at one point we talked for 14 hours non stop (no food, no break). That day when we hung up the call, I felt so heavy, I did not want to hang up. That feeling was assurance, he is it.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
I proposed. So Sagar is a bit slow sometimes, this one day (5 years ago) I felt like, If not now then it would never happen. So we were in India, I had a rikshaw vala arranged by a florist and told them I will propose a guy and you will be on youtube (rickhsaw vala was very happy to participate to be famous). I had the rickshaw decorated. Had a friend bring Sagar to a quiet garden where we parked the rickshaw and I then proposed him. He was obviously in shock, but was a memorable day.
 
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 stared 2 years in advance. I knew I wanted my phere/ceremony on the cruise so we went boat hunting for months. Finally came across Aussie Magic Boat from All Occasion cruises and booked them 12 months in advance. We then decided to have a reception hall not far from the city as the cruise wouldn't go anywhere else. So we decided on a route. Baraat at Opera, aboard cruise from ManOwar steps, ceremony under the bridge and by the Opera in water. Cruise took us to Darling Harbour, we had the Pyrmont bridge open for us with Music and reception at Dockside.
Outfits were also in planning froma  year in advance, Most of them were sketched and designed by mum, me, dad and Sagar, all our outfits are our own creation. We had followed a theme for all events so most of them are themed.  We had my two Lehengas (one wedding in sydney and next one in Delhi) from Frontierraas but we made many changes on those lehengas including changing their dupattas too and Sagar's outfits were designed by us again to match those.
MUH for all events except the wedding was Geeta Makeup Atristy. Wedding day was Sana
Decor was by the lovely Dee from Shagun events. My garlands were amazingly done by Sai Garlands. DJ was DJ Bali, All other reception vendors were by Dockside group and Catering was also matched to the theme of colours and was by Taj.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My parents went to Chennai first, got some ideas there but couldnt connect. Most of my sarees for pot bridal wear were from Chennai, including different silks and Organzas. But both my lehengas were from Frontier raas, since I had two wedding I was lucky to have worn but my dream colours for my wedding which is maroon burgundy in Sydney and Peach Pink in Delhi. Both are subtle colours and are designed in a way that I can wear them again with anything else such as a saree.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Designing dresses, sketching, making themes, getting everyone's outfit matched as per themes. We even had food matches with theme colours. So on Haldi we had shades of sunrise as a theme, and most food was yellow and orange.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
The detailing and thoughts into it and the locations. We had our pre-wedding functions in Annangrove/dural area in an acreage property. People could stay till late and music was till late with no restrictions. Most importantly we had no alcohol, and guests enjoyed being in the moment
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
When I was on the Jet Ski for my Bridal entry on the cruise and I saw Sagar with a content, happy and proud face.
 
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.
One big special detail was - we changed all traditions and rituals to keep equality. No gifts were exchanged within families. Hindu rituals where we bride had to vow certain things that promoted patriarchy were edited to a newer more suitable version to respect the rituals in the true essence we will follow.
As for the decor - most of it was done by Dee - she also made sure theme was followed for all three pre -wedding functions which was - shades of sunrise - Shades of Ivory and - Shades of Peacock.
Some of it was done by my cousin who is a graphics designer and my sister who is purely awesome.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Please dont waste money on expensive lehengas. It hurts so badly to see "sabyasachi bride" "Manish Bride", Just because you spend $10,000 on one outfit that you wont wear again (Especially if its one of those bright red lehengas) and your one photo featured on an instagram page. Find your value for money. Dont get carried away with brands and what's more famous. Check to see genuinity and its value in all respects.
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
My Mhenedi was - Shraddha Henna - She is absolutely into detail, My mehendi was special as she drew a rikshaw and all other places we had visited while dating in my mehendi,
My 3 tier, butterscoth, hazelnut and chocolate cake was elegant and eggless.
My reception dress sketched, material bought from different shops in sydney and stitched in sydney was nearly 50m of clothing with its weight nearly 8-10 kilos. Same with Sagar's double breasted suit that was custom designed and stitched in under $400. Garlands were an absolute delight.

That is all for today, ladies! See you tomorrow for more.
STYLE
GUIDE
style
Traditional
Ballroom
Destination
season
Spring
color
Sangeet Venue: Kenthurst Harm | Ceremony Venue: Aussie Magic - All Occasion Cruises | Reception Venue: Dockside Darling Harbour | Planning & Design: Bride/Groom and Bride's Family | Floral & Decor: Shagun Events | Makeup for All Pre-wedding Events: Geeta Artistry | Wedding Day Makeup: Sana Hair and Makeup | Catering: Taj Catering | DJ: DJ Bali | Baraat (Horse): Graham Horses in Dural | Baraat (Dhol): Nilesh | Bridal Fashion: Bride & Her Family | Bridal Jewelry: Bride & Her Family | Cake & Treats: Falguni Cakes Oran Park | Cinematography: Rolling Canvas | Fireworks: All Occasion Pyrotechnics | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Bride & Her Family | Mehndi Artist: Shradhha Henna Designs | Venue for Pre Wedding Functions: 15 Clarke Way in Kenthurst | Pre-wedding Shoot: Near Pier One Sydney and Barangaroo | Garlands: Sai Garlands | Pandit Auburn Mandir: Pandit Jatin Kumar | Photography: Rolling Canvas


Sydney, Australia Indian Wedding by Rolling Canvas

Welcome back, beautiful Maharanis! Our journey through Hitika & Sagar's big wedding festivities continues, and we have all the details you want to know! This time, we are taking a look at Sagar's Baraat, leading to the spectacular wedding ceremony where this lovely duo tied the knot. Right from the get-go, we have to say that we loved how Raja Sagar, embraced a full-traditional style and showed up at the Baraat riding a white horse from Graham Horses in Dural decorated with traditional fabrics. This colorful procession created a beautiful scene that combined modern architecture with classic Indian colors and attires, making everyone passing by to stop and admire this beautiful moment. After the arrival of the Baraat, it was time to go onboard the Aussie Magic - All Occasion Cruises to continue with the wedding ceremony that united these two in marriage. For this life-changing occasion, Shagun Events put together a heavenly decor featuring soft-colored floral arrangements that enhanced the beauty of this scene. And talking about beauty, we want to take a moment to appreciate the ravishing look of our gorgeous Maharani, who looked like royalty thanks to Sana Hair and Makeup. And let's not forget about the artistic Mehndi designed by Shradhha Henna Designs. Style and tradition at its best! Don't miss any detail of this ceremony by taking a look at all the shots by Rolling Canvas in today's gallery. It is an absolute visual delight you don't want to miss!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I first met him when I was 6 years old, we reconnected in 2014 again and I knew he was the one when we first started talking after many years as we couldn't stop talking and at one point we talked for 14 hours non stop (no food, no break). That day when we hung up the call, I felt so heavy, I did not want to hang up. That feeling was assurance, he is it.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
I proposed. So Sagar is a bit slow sometimes, this one day (5 years ago) I felt like, If not now then it would never happen. So we were in India, I had a rikshaw vala arranged by a florist and told them I will propose a guy and you will be on youtube (rickhsaw vala was very happy to participate to be famous). I had the rickshaw decorated. Had a friend bring Sagar to a quiet garden where we parked the rickshaw and I then proposed him. He was obviously in shock, but was a memorable day.
 
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 stared 2 years in advance. I knew I wanted my phere/ceremony on the cruise so we went boat hunting for months. Finally came across Aussie Magic Boat from All Occasion cruises and booked them 12 months in advance. We then decided to have a reception hall not far from the city as the cruise wouldn't go anywhere else. So we decided on a route. Baraat at Opera, aboard cruise from ManOwar steps, ceremony under the bridge and by the Opera in water. Cruise took us to Darling Harbour, we had the Pyrmont bridge open for us with Music and reception at Dockside.
Outfits were also in planning froma  year in advance, Most of them were sketched and designed by mum, me, dad and Sagar, all our outfits are our own creation. We had followed a theme for all events so most of them are themed.  We had my two Lehengas (one wedding in sydney and next one in Delhi) from Frontierraas but we made many changes on those lehengas including changing their dupattas too and Sagar's outfits were designed by us again to match those.
MUH for all events except the wedding was Geeta Makeup Atristy. Wedding day was Sana
Decor was by the lovely Dee from Shagun events. My garlands were amazingly done by Sai Garlands. DJ was DJ Bali, All other reception vendors were by Dockside group and Catering was also matched to the theme of colours and was by Taj.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My parents went to Chennai first, got some ideas there but couldnt connect. Most of my sarees for pot bridal wear were from Chennai, including different silks and Organzas. But both my lehengas were from Frontier raas, since I had two wedding I was lucky to have worn but my dream colours for my wedding which is maroon burgundy in Sydney and Peach Pink in Delhi. Both are subtle colours and are designed in a way that I can wear them again with anything else such as a saree.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Designing dresses, sketching, making themes, getting everyone's outfit matched as per themes. We even had food matches with theme colours. So on Haldi we had shades of sunrise as a theme, and most food was yellow and orange.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
The detailing and thoughts into it and the locations. We had our pre-wedding functions in Annangrove/dural area in an acreage property. People could stay till late and music was till late with no restrictions. Most importantly we had no alcohol, and guests enjoyed being in the moment
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
When I was on the Jet Ski for my Bridal entry on the cruise and I saw Sagar with a content, happy and proud face.
 
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.
One big special detail was - we changed all traditions and rituals to keep equality. No gifts were exchanged within families. Hindu rituals where we bride had to vow certain things that promoted patriarchy were edited to a newer more suitable version to respect the rituals in the true essence we will follow.
As for the decor - most of it was done by Dee - she also made sure theme was followed for all three pre -wedding functions which was - shades of sunrise - Shades of Ivory and - Shades of Peacock.
Some of it was done by my cousin who is a graphics designer and my sister who is purely awesome.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Please dont waste money on expensive lehengas. It hurts so badly to see "sabyasachi bride" "Manish Bride", Just because you spend $10,000 on one outfit that you wont wear again (Especially if its one of those bright red lehengas) and your one photo featured on an instagram page. Find your value for money. Dont get carried away with brands and what's more famous. Check to see genuinity and its value in all respects.
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
My Mhenedi was - Shraddha Henna - She is absolutely into detail, My mehendi was special as she drew a rikshaw and all other places we had visited while dating in my mehendi,
My 3 tier, butterscoth, hazelnut and chocolate cake was elegant and eggless.
My reception dress sketched, material bought from different shops in sydney and stitched in sydney was nearly 50m of clothing with its weight nearly 8-10 kilos. Same with Sagar's double breasted suit that was custom designed and stitched in under $400. Garlands were an absolute delight.

We are about to unveil a magical reception party, so make sure to stick around!
STYLE
GUIDE
style
Traditional
Destination
Romantic
season
Spring
color
Sangeet Venue: Kenthurst Harm | Ceremony Venue: Aussie Magic - All Occasion Cruises | Reception Venue: Dockside Darling Harbour | Planning & Design: Bride/Groom and Bride's Family | Floral & Decor: Shagun Events | Makeup for All Pre-wedding Events: Geeta Artistry | Wedding Day Makeup: Sana Hair and Makeup | Catering: Taj Catering | DJ: DJ Bali | Baraat (Horse): Graham Horses in Dural | Baraat (Dhol): Nilesh | Bridal Fashion: Bride & Her Family | Bridal Jewelry: Bride & Her Family | Cake & Treats: Falguni Cakes Oran Park | Cinematography: Rolling Canvas | Fireworks: All Occasion Pyrotechnics | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Bride & Her Family | Mehndi Artist: Shradhha Henna Designs | Venue for Pre Wedding Functions: 15 Clarke Way in Kenthurst | Pre-wedding Shoot: Near Pier One Sydney and Barangaroo | Garlands: Sai Garlands | Pandit Auburn Mandir: Pandit Jatin Kumar | Photography: Rolling Canvas


Sydney, Australia Indian Wedding by Rolling Canvas

Happy Tuesday, Maharanis! Are you ready for a new and exciting adventure? If so, get your luggage and your travel documents, because today we are taking you on a trip to a different continent. You read right! Today, we are taking you to Sydney, Australia, to enjoy Hitika & Sagar's fabulous wedding celebration. So get ready to enjoy it! For this first installment, we'll be taking a look at one of our favorite pre-wedding ceremonies in Indian weddings, and that is none other than the Haldi Ceremony. Right off the bat, we have to say that we are major fans of this pre-wedding ceremony, as it is so fun and meaningful! For this event thoroughly planned by Hitika & Sagar with the help of Hitika's family, Shagun Events designed a minimalist decor featuring traditional linens in bright and bold hues more than suitable for this festive occasion. And we want to give a big shoutout to Rolling Canvas for the fantastic shots they captured during this Haldi! Thanks to their outstanding work, we can enjoy all the fun-loving moments of this pre-wedding ceremony, and all the beauty of Hitika, who looked ravishing after being glamorized by Geeta Artistry. If you can't get enough of this Haldi, make sure to check more of this fantastic event in today's fabulous gallery. You are going to be amazed!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I first met him when I was 6 years old, we reconnected in 2014 again and I knew he was the one when we first started talking after many years as we couldn't stop talking and at one point we talked for 14 hours non stop (no food, no break). That day when we hung up the call, I felt so heavy, I did not want to hang up. That feeling was assurance, he is it.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
I proposed. So Sagar is a bit slow sometimes, this one day (5 years ago) I felt like, If not now then it would never happen. So we were in India, I had a rikshaw vala arranged by a florist and told them I will propose a guy and you will be on youtube (rickhsaw vala was very happy to participate to be famous). I had the rickshaw decorated. Had a friend bring Sagar to a quiet garden where we parked the rickshaw and I then proposed him. He was obviously in shock, but was a memorable day.
 
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 stared 2 years in advance. I knew I wanted my phere/ceremony on the cruise so we went boat hunting for months. Finally came across Aussie Magic Boat from All Occasion cruises and booked them 12 months in advance. We then decided to have a reception hall not far from the city as the cruise wouldn't go anywhere else. So we decided on a route. Baraat at Opera, aboard cruise from ManOwar steps, ceremony under the bridge and by the Opera in water. Cruise took us to Darling Harbour, we had the Pyrmont bridge open for us with Music and reception at Dockside.
Outfits were also in planning froma  year in advance, Most of them were sketched and designed by mum, me, dad and Sagar, all our outfits are our own creation. We had followed a theme for all events so most of them are themed.  We had my two Lehengas (one wedding in sydney and next one in Delhi) from Frontierraas but we made many changes on those lehengas including changing their dupattas too and Sagar's outfits were designed by us again to match those.
MUH for all events except the wedding was Geeta Makeup Atristy. Wedding day was Sana
Decor was by the lovely Dee from Shagun events. My garlands were amazingly done by Sai Garlands. DJ was DJ Bali, All other reception vendors were by Dockside group and Catering was also matched to the theme of colours and was by Taj.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My parents went to Chennai first, got some ideas there but couldnt connect. Most of my sarees for pot bridal wear were from Chennai, including different silks and Organzas. But both my lehengas were from Frontier raas, since I had two wedding I was lucky to have worn but my dream colours for my wedding which is maroon burgundy in Sydney and Peach Pink in Delhi. Both are subtle colours and are designed in a way that I can wear them again with anything else such as a saree.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Designing dresses, sketching, making themes, getting everyone's outfit matched as per themes. We even had food matches with theme colours. So on Haldi we had shades of sunrise as a theme, and most food was yellow and orange.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
The detailing and thoughts into it and the locations. We had our pre-wedding functions in Annangrove/dural area in an acreage property. People could stay till late and music was till late with no restrictions. Most importantly we had no alcohol, and guests enjoyed being in the moment
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
When I was on the Jet Ski for my Bridal entry on the cruise and I saw Sagar with a content, happy and proud face.
 
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.
One big special detail was - we changed all traditions and rituals to keep equality. No gifts were exchanged within families. Hindu rituals where we bride had to vow certain things that promoted patriarchy were edited to a newer more suitable version to respect the rituals in the true essence we will follow.
As for the decor - most of it was done by Dee - she also made sure theme was followed for all three pre -wedding functions which was - shades of sunrise - Shades of Ivory and - Shades of Peacock.
Some of it was done by my cousin who is a graphics designer and my sister who is purely awesome.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Please dont waste money on expensive lehengas. It hurts so badly to see "sabyasachi bride" "Manish Bride", Just because you spend $10,000 on one outfit that you wont wear again (Especially if its one of those bright red lehengas) and your one photo featured on an instagram page. Find your value for money. Dont get carried away with brands and what's more famous. Check to see genuinity and its value in all respects.
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
My Mhenedi was - Shraddha Henna - She is absolutely into detail, My mehendi was special as she drew a rikshaw and all other places we had visited while dating in my mehendi,
My 3 tier, butterscoth, hazelnut and chocolate cake was elegant and eggless.
My reception dress sketched, material bought from different shops in sydney and stitched in sydney was nearly 50m of clothing with its weight nearly 8-10 kilos. Same with Sagar's double breasted suit that was custom designed and stitched in under $400. Garlands were an absolute delight.

Don't go too far if you don't want to miss what is coming next!
STYLE
GUIDE
style
Traditional
Destination
Romantic
season
Spring
color
Sangeet Venue: Kenthurst Harm | Ceremony Venue: Aussie Magic - All Occasion Cruises | Reception Venue: Dockside Darling Harbour | Planning & Design: Bride/Groom and Bride's Family | Floral & Decor: Shagun Events | Makeup for All Pre-wedding Events: Geeta Artistry | Wedding Day Makeup: Sana Hair and Makeup | Catering: Taj Catering | DJ: DJ Bali | Baraat (Horse): Graham Horses in Dural | Baraat (Dhol): Nilesh | Bridal Fashion: Bride & Her Family | Bridal Jewelry: Bride & Her Family | Cake & Treats: Falguni Cakes Oran Park | Cinematography: Rolling Canvas | Fireworks: All Occasion Pyrotechnics | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Bride & Her Family | Mehndi Artist: Shradhha Henna Designs | Venue for Pre Wedding Functions: 15 Clarke Way in Kenthurst | Pre-wedding Shoot: Near Pier One Sydney and Barangaroo | Garlands: Sai Garlands | Pandit Auburn Mandir: Pandit Jatin Kumar | Photography: Rolling Canvas


Dorado, Puerto Rico Indian Fusion Wedding by Ray Roman Films

Hello there, darlings! We have arrived at Debora & Omar's grand wedding finale. This time we are taking you inside the halls of Su Casa - Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve for you to take part in the big reception party that marked the end of the wedding festivities! For this closing gala, both Debora & Omar attended looking at their best, and we loved how well they looked together. Debora wore a traditional ruby lengha with golden embroidery from Ali Xeeshan's collection that praised her natural beauty, endowing her with so much elegance and flair. Omar didn't stay behind and rocked a black tux from Brother's Tailors and Clothing Co., which complemented with a fabulous blue and black jacket from Hugo Boss. If that doesn't say elegance, few things will! All the guests had a great time dancing to the beats of DJ Big J right before tasting the delicious plates prepared by Chef Pinero. Hands down, this reception was the best way to bring the wedding festivities to an end, as it all turned out to be amazing! If you can't get enough of this couple and want to check more about it, don't miss today's gallery. We've compiled the shots captured by Ray Roman Films, for you to enjoy!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We met in our first year of residency (post medical school training for our respective specialties). I knew he was the one when he started speaking fluent Spanish to me!
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We had invited all of our closest friends from all over the USA to our house in Phoenix to celebrate his birthday (or so I thought). We have a beautiful balcony in our house that overlooks the mountains and right at sunset, after we all sang him a happy birthday on the balcony he said "I made a wish, let's see if it comes true" and he got down on one knee and proposed. Nobody knew! It was a surprise to all 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 hired a wedding planner from Puerto Rico and she helped us with everything. Experience was great!
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
R. I looked at all the designers websites and Instagram pages and fell in love with Ali Xeeshan.
I knew I wanted a bright multi colored lehenga for the mehndi and a traditional red/gold one for the reception.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Planning this together as a couple and all the trips to PR.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
I think they loved how unique it was and how involved we were in the whole process. They also loved that they felt taken care of the whole weekend and that everyone had so much joy and love for one another.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Our first look, the speeches.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Enjoy the process and don't stress over the little things (easier said than done).
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
Thank you so much for featuring us! We are truly honored.
STYLE
GUIDE
style
Fusion
Ballroom
Destination
season
Autumn
color
Sangeet Venue: Casa de España | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Su Casa - Dorado Beach a Ritz-Carlton Reserve | Planning & Design: Rosalina Torres | Floral & Decor: Emilio Olabarrieta | Hair & Makeup: Ingrid Rivera | Catering: Chef Pinero | DJ: Big J | Baraat: Saak Entertainment | Bridal Fashions: Ali Xeeshan | Cake & Treats: Su Casa - Dorado Beach a Ritz-Carlton Reserve | Cinematography: Ray Roman Films | Favors: Delighted by Yare | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Paper Crafts PR | Mehndi Artist: Karina Stella | Tuxedos: Brother's Tailors and Clothing Co. | Bride's Wedding Dress for Western Ceremony: Pronovias | Groom's Tuxedo Jacket for Reception: Hugo Boss | Photography (Mehndi): Esteban Daniel Photography | Photography: Ray Roman Films


Dorado, Puerto Rico Indian Fusion Wedding by Ray Roman Films

Welcome back, darlings! The charming love story of Debora & Omar continues, and we have all the details for your enjoyment. For this second installment, we'll be joining our lovebirds at a First Look photoshoot leading to their big wedding ceremony, so get ready to be amazed! Ray Roman Films took advantage of all the beauty surrounding Su Casa - Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, to immortalize the most beautiful and intimate moments of this lovely couple right before uniting their lives in marriage. And all that we can say is that we absolutely adored every single shot! After the photoshoot, it was time to carry on with the wedding ceremony thoroughly orchestrated by Rosalina Torres and fully decored by Emilio Olabarrieta. This winning combination resulted in a magical setting more than perfect for this grand occasion. There was so much beauty all over the place, but it was Debora who had all eyes on her! She glided into the scene, almost floating, wearing a white wedding dress from Pronovias, and we were utterly impressed by how elegant, and stylish her bridal gown was! Just take a look at the long beautiful veil. Simply amazing! Following this line of elegance and glamour, Ingrid Rivera designed a fabulous makeup and hairstyle for Debora that praised her innate beauty, making her look like a princess! Check more of this mesmerizing ceremony in today's gallery. It is an absolute visual delight that you don't want to miss! So, make sure to take a look at it!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We met in our first year of residency (post medical school training for our respective specialties). I knew he was the one when he started speaking fluent Spanish to me!
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We had invited all of our closest friends from all over the USA to our house in Phoenix to celebrate his birthday (or so I thought). We have a beautiful balcony in our house that overlooks the mountains and right at sunset, after we all sang him a happy birthday on the balcony he said "I made a wish, let's see if it comes true" and he got down on one knee and proposed. Nobody knew! It was a surprise to all 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 hired a wedding planner from Puerto Rico and she helped us with everything. Experience was great!
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
R. I looked at all the designers websites and Instagram pages and fell in love with Ali Xeeshan.
I knew I wanted a bright multi colored lehenga for the mehndi and a traditional red/gold one for the reception.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Planning this together as a couple and all the trips to PR.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
I think they loved how unique it was and how involved we were in the whole process. They also loved that they felt taken care of the whole weekend and that everyone had so much joy and love for one another.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Our first look, the speeches.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Enjoy the process and don't stress over the little things (easier said than done).
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
Thank you so much for featuring us! We are truly honored.
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Sangeet Venue: Casa de España | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Su Casa - Dorado Beach a Ritz-Carlton Reserve | Planning & Design: Rosalina Torres | Floral & Decor: Emilio Olabarrieta | Hair & Makeup: Ingrid Rivera | Catering: Chef Pinero | DJ: Big J | Baraat: Saak Entertainment | Bridal Fashions: Ali Xeeshan | Cake & Treats: Su Casa - Dorado Beach a Ritz-Carlton Reserve | Cinematography: Ray Roman Films | Favors: Delighted by Yare | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Paper Crafts PR | Mehndi Artist: Karina Stella | Tuxedos: Brother's Tailors and Clothing Co. | Bride's Wedding Dress for Western Ceremony: Pronovias | Groom's Tuxedo Jacket for Reception: Hugo Boss | Photography (Mehndi): Esteban Daniel Photography | Photography: Ray Roman Films


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