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Mahwah, NJ Indian Wedding by Lightyear Studio

Welcome back, Maharanis! It is time to unveil the fantastic reception party that brought Bhavika & Jay's wedding festivities to an end. Held in the halls of the exclusive Sheraton Mahwah Hotel, this event was fantastic! Wedding Design crafted an elegant and striking decor that impressed everyone and ambiance the room in such an excellent way that it seemed out of this world. MVPDJs complemented the incredible environment by setting the musical mood with upbeat melodies that everyone enjoyed! The combination of an on-point decor and beautiful themes set the dancefloor on fire, and every single guest wanted to dance the night away! And we want to make a special shoutout to the talented crew from Lightyear Studio for sharing the most remarkable moments of the evening. Thanks to their fantastic shots that we get to take a peek to special moments like the first dance as husband and wife and the first cut at the delicious cake prepared by Calandra's Bakery & Restaurant. All the guest had the time of their lives and had the chance to taste the plates that Catering By Rasoi prepared for this reception party! If you want to relive this fantastic journey to get more inspiring ideas to start planning your wedding, head into our gallery for more! It contains unbelievable shots that we are sure you are going to love!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We actually met on a South Asian dating app called dil mil. It's funny that he knew he was going to marry me after our first date which I learned after the fact. I knew he was the one after a few months when we had watched an emotional Bollywood movie, Neerja. I had asked myself if I could ever imagine my life without him and the answer was no. That night I asked him to "define" whatever we had and I told him how I felt about him and said "I love you" first.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
I was actually in Los Angeles for American Academy of Neurology conference for poster presentation. We both love to travel and he proposed the idea that he would come down and hang out with me for few days while I'm there attending the conference. He supposedly "planned" fancy dinner in Malibu and gets me all dressed. When he are driving down route one with this beautiful scenery, he tells me we are little early. It was sunset time, and gets me to go on the matador beach. I was little scared on the hill and was refusing to go down but he insisted and said "I would carry you down because it's beautiful there." As I'm walking down and come closer I hear my favorite song being played on the violin, "kabhi kabhi" and he started singing it. And the rest was history.
 
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 pretty much did planning ourselves. We knew we didn't want everything to be super traditional. We had attending weddings at our venue before and I had visioned my wedding there from the beginning. We looked around other venues but something that made me feel part of the natural and beautiful outdoor scenery I could not find better than this venue. I actually booked my hair and makeup person about 2 months prior to the wedding. It was a struggle between keeping it good and cost-effective. And luckily I found the perfect people who did an amazing job. Decoration wise, we both knew we wanted a floral theme and had a particular color scheme in mind. But my biggest thing was wisteria for the mandap. And it turned out great. Ad to other details, it was more of my project as Jay was busy taking care of bigger projects. Ranging from finding last-minute cost-effective parasol umbrellas to fruit snack and program fans was something that took time but made it happen in last 2 and half weeks. Luckily it all worked out. And my husband wanted those ice pops after hot sweaty baraat so we made that happen. 
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I love red. But I wanted some non-traditional. I knew I was not going to do red. I went back to surat, Gujarat, India where I was born. The first day and first shop, the third dress I said this is it. It was one of their designer dress that I could actually wear in a routine as well. It was so elegant simple yet gave a glamorous look. When I put it on, we all knew that was the dress. I went in thinking I was going to wear pistachio color and ended wearing beige. 
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
I think the best part was choosing the details because that's where I could let my creativity and vision become alive. 
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Everyone loved every detailed about the wedding whether it's ranging from their welcome bags to welcomes to our epic nontraditional helicopter vidai. But the best part they loved was food, music, and our heartfelt welcome. We really could be more joyful if not for their presence and blessings.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
When I first walked down during our wedding ceremony and set down and that feeling of joy that I got expressed with overwhelming tears that I could not control is something I could never forget. 
 
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.
We had our Garba one week prior for which we had left the decoration last minute. We luckily found the decorators who made it happen in less than 2 weeks notice and the indo yet western-style we wanted. Ranging from swing to traditional umbrella to photo booth with a bicycle. My husband is a great dancer and for reception, we both had surprise dances planned for each other. Him and his groomsmen did an amazing dance. I had done solor and couple group dances but surprised him with my family flashmob which included my siblings, parents, uncles and aunts and cousins a s friends. For the reception, we wanted more nontraditional decoration style for the backdrop and with floral theme and it worked out great. 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Enjoy the process. It takes a long time to plan and coordinate everything but it is absolutely amazing in the end and it is worth every bit.
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
I absolutely love mt.mehndi. it told a story. I had NY/Brooklyn skyline on one hand and surat skyline on the other which said where both of us were from. I also had a logo of Dil mil app without an initial date. And not the other side I had stethoscope and calculator representing our careers. And on each palm had bride and groom. I also had our hashtag and wedding date. His name, which he still cant find. I absolutely loved our venue backdrop. It was an outdoor wedding with a mountain backdrop and it was amazing. I decided to keep simple but elegant jewelry and it was perfectly matching to the border of my dress and Jay's clothes. I did not want to do bouquet as I had made a wooden headpiece for my brothers to hold during my entrance that was decorated with flowers. Couldn't have been more thankful to my brother for staying up late 2 days before the wedding to make it possible.

 

Have a great weekend full of inspiring ideas! See you on Monday for more!

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Ceremony & Reception Venue: Sheraton Mahwah Hotel | Planning & Design: Euphoria Events LLC | Floral & Decor: Wedding Design | Catering: Catering By Rasoi | DJ: MVPDJs | Cake & Treats: Calandra's Bakery & Restaurant | Cinematography: Lightyear Studio | Photography: Lightyear Studio


Cancun, MX Indian Wedding by Pixan Studio

Welcome back, ladies! We are wrapping up this fantastic journey through the paradisiacal lands of Cancun Mexico by joining Neena & Ajay at their wedding reception party! These two lovebirds wanted to bring their wedding festivities to an end with a flourish! So, they threw a fantastic reception party to celebrate their happiness in the company of their family and friends. But right before heading to the reception party, they decided to have one last photoshoot to immortalize this beautiful moment. The talented crew from Pixan Studio worked their magic to capture the most romantic scenes of these newlyweds, and we love every shot! After the photoshoot, it was time to head over to The Grand at Moon Palace to have some fun! Magic Mike DJs fired up the dance floor and set the musical mood for the different activities that took place during this evening! We love the elegance and vibrancy that surrounded this reception party as it made everyone had a great time! Hands down the entire wedding festivities were a total hit! But there is no surprise here as Neena & Ajay decided to have Indian Destination Weddings as their ally to take their wedding celebration to the next level. And when you have a team like this one, that combines talent and expertise, you can only expect perfection. And that's what we got: A perfect destination wedding for the ages! If you want to relive this entire celebration, you cannot miss the gallery that we have prepared for today! It is fantastic, so make sure to check it out!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Ajay and I met in residency in New York. While on the liver transplant service we had a common patient -- he was the surgical resident and I was the medical resident. He just pulled a chest tube and offered to update me on the results of the patient's chest x-ray -- that was his way of casually asking for my number.  It was very endearing and he seemed like a down-to-earth nice guy.  We had so much in common in terms of family, education, and career interests so it felt like we had known each other for a long time. 

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
After a hectic month of moving to Philadelphia and settling into Fellowship, Ajay casually suggested we visit Longwood Botanical Gardens and have brunch.  I used to love visiting the Bronx Botanical Gardens while living in New York, and I thought this was the perfect day trip to relax after a crazy move. Little did I know he was planning on getting down on one knee and proposing that day! He even had a photographer to capture the moment. 

Tell us how you went about planning your wedding, and your overall experience with the Venues, Hair & Makeup, Outfits, Decor Theme, and all of the other important details.
I have always wanted a small intimate wedding with close family and friends, and I knew that if I had a local wedding it would be hard to keep the party small. I also knew that I wanted something fun and enjoyable where our families could really get to know each other in a relaxed setting. I met Ateet Ahuja of Indian Destination Weddings at the DC Dream Shaadi showcase and he introduced the idea of a destination wedding.  My parents deserve the credit of meeting with Ateet and picking out the perfect venue -- The Grand at Moon Palace in Cancun, Mexico!  After choosing the resort our families traveled down to Cancun for a site visit and to meet with the local vendors. The Moon Palace is an all-inclusive resort and specializes in Indian weddings. They work with preferred vendors, offering everything from a local Hindu Pundit (who spoke English), to Mehendi services, to White Horses for the Barrat, to Indian food caterers and Decorators who provide a variety of structures for Mandaps. The only vendor we hired and flew down from the U.S. was our DJ and Dhol player -- Magic Mike DJs-- they did an incredible job. 

After choosing the vendors and specific services from a brochure; my local wedding event planner, Preeti Vasudeva of Preeti Exclusive Events, worked with the on-site coordinator at the Moon Palace to ensure that all the services were booked and confirmed.  Preeti and my Mother went back to Cancun for a second site visit and met with several of the vendors the December prior to our wedding. My job is very demanding and I had limited time to plan. I would not recommend a destination wedding for someone who wants to micro-manage every detail, but if you are hands-off and have limited time/energy to devote to planning (as in my case) the process of planning a destination wedding is manageable. 

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My mother and Nani went to India and chose all of my outfits and I was thrilled! They have fantastic taste and I couldn't be happier with their choices. I gave them a few guidelines, but apart from that, they put the outfits and jewelry together. I am very lucky that my Mom and Nani were able to make the trip out to India on my behalf -- I would have loved to join but unfortunately, I couldn't afford to take a month off.  My sangeet lengha was a Ritu Kumar design and my wedding lengha was an Anita Dongre design. I am unsure of where they purchased my reception lengha but it was in stunning rose gold.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part of the planning process was when my Mother and Nani returned from India and I was able to try on my outfits -- that's when all the planning and prepping felt like it was coming together. My lengha blouses only needed minor adjustments and everything fit beautifully.  

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
We had just over 100 guests attend our wedding. Some came from as far as India but most were from the East Coast and Mid-West U.S. We got married in early February so the trip out to Cancun was a warm winter get-away. Our guests truly enjoyed the Resort property and everything it had to offer -- the all-inclusive restaurants (serving a variety of cuisines including Mediterranean, Asian, American, Mexican) to the beaches, pools, day spa, and golf course. We also organized half-day group trips to Chichin Itza and Tulum for our guests -- these were big hits!

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
There were so many memorable moments from our wedding weekend.  

1. We had our Sangeet outside on a terrace with a Tikki bar -- it started raining temporarily but everyone was having so much fun they danced through the rain. The great thing about tropics is that the rain does not last long. 

2. We did our first look on the beach -- it was a lot of fun and the pictures turned out beautifully. 

3. We had a wedding ceremony in an outdoor glass gazebo overlooking the beach -- it was a beautiful backdrop for such an auspicious occasion. Having our family and friends all together to celebrate our union was so incredibly heartwarming. 

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.
At our Sangeet, our family organized several performances -- they were fantastic! It turned out to be an incredible talent show and a lot of fun. We also organized Fire Dancers from the Resort -- they were great and definitely added an awe factor to the night. 

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
My advice to brides planning their wedding is to prioritize what is important to you/your groom/your family -- you're not going to be able to please everyone with every decision you make but if you keep everyone involved informed and also let your family members have some choices/say in the planning process the whole experience will be more enjoyable.  For me, it was important to have my closest family and friends together to celebrate my marriage in a relaxed, enjoyable and fun setting! 

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
The catered food at the resort was fantastic! For the Sangeet we had a Mexican buffet. After the wedding ceremony, we had an Indian high tea by the beach and served chai, lemonade and several finger hors d'oeuvres. At the Reception we had an Indian buffet. The restaurants at the Resort are also very good -- there is a mix of formal sit-down restaurants and buffets that are offered.

 

See you tomorrow for another fantastic adventure! Have a great rest of the day!

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DJ: Magic Mike DJs | Travel Concierge: Indian Destination Weddings | Venues: The Grand at Moon Palace | Floral & Decor: The Grand at Moon Palace | Catering: The Grand at Moon Palace | Baraat: Drums in Paradise | Cake & Treats: The Grand at Moon Palace | Cinematography: Pixan Studio | Lighting: The Grand at Moon Palace | Mehndi Artist: The Grand at Moon Palace | Photography: Pixan Studio


Delhi, India Indian Engagement by Design Aqua Studio

Hi there, sweethearts! We have one more stop in this real-life fairytale! As with all great and significant news, the engagement of Kiren & Mayank called for a big fat celebration party, and that's what we have for you today! We are joining our two lovebirds at the reception party they threw to celebrate their engagement in the company of their family and closest friends! This fantastic event is brought to you, thanks to the remarkable shots that the talented team from Design Aqua Studio captured from this event. Every single shot showcases the merriment and fun that characterized not only this event but the entire celebration. DJ MYK took this party to the next level with fantastic beats that made everyone let loose and dance the night away! Without any question, Kiren & Mayank could not have asked for a better scenario to celebrate! All of the guests had a great time, and enjoyed the delicious cake and treats that Eclairs prepared for this engagement celebration! We wish that our journey through this event didn't have to come to an end, but we need to let these two get ready to start planning the wedding! And we cannot stop thinking that if the engagement was this fantastic, what can we expect with the wedding celebration! We bet it is going to be something out of this world! In the meantime, we can start preparing for that wedding celebration coming in 2020 by taking a look at the gallery that we have for today. We are sure that you are going to have a lot of fun and inspiring ideas while checking it out! So take a look at it!  

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We have a new and inspiring story every day, so make sure to join us tomorrow if you don't want to miss the upcoming one!

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Ceremony Venue: Panchshila Rendezvous | Planning & Design: Vineet Gupta & Aakanksha Varma | Floral & Decor: Vineet Gupta & Aakanksha Varma | Hair & Makeup: Misha Vig | DJ: DJ MYK | Bridal Jewelry: Djewels Diamond Jewellery | Cake & Treats: Eclairs | Cinematography: Design Aqua Studio | Photo Booth: Vineet Gupta & Aakanksha Varma | Tuxedos: Zoop Men | Photography: Design Aqua Studio


Duluth, GA Indian Fusion Wedding by Brandon Andrews Photography

Welcome back, Maharanis! We are excited to unveil the fantastic wedding reception party that Swathi & Matthew threw to celebrate their marriage! But just before we go, we will join our two lovebirds in a romantic photoshoot carried out by Brandon Andrews Photography! Once again, this talented crew worked their magic to capture the most intimate moments of our lovely couple before starting with their reception party! We love how elegant and fashionable Swathi & Matthew look on every shot. Without any question, this was the perfect way to immortalize this romantic and fun-loving moment! After the photoshoot, the ballroom of the exclusive Sonesta Gwinnett Place Atlanta transformed into a party where everyone had a great time! DJ Ameet Lilani fired up the dance floor with upbeat melodies that put everyone on their feet! And we love how the blue and white hues used to light up the ballroom created the perfect setting to bring the wedding festivities to an end. After having checked this fantastic wedding celebration, we can all agree that all the events were amazing! This love story was a rollercoaster of emotions capable of making you drop a couple of tears while taking your inspiration to levels never experienced before. If you want to relive this journey, don't hesitate to go into our gallery! You are going to love every bit of it!

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Same place, same time tomorrow! Make sure to join us, because we have more inspiring stories for you! 

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Planning & Design: Envi Event Planning | Floral & Decor: Aayojan | Photography: Brandon Andrews Photography | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Sonesta Gwinnett Place Atlanta | DJ: Ameet Lilani


Fort Worth, TX Indian Wedding by Jagat Studio

Welcome back, ladies! We are glad to be back with Roshni & Rushi's wedding reception party! This gala is one for the books, and we are sure that you are going to love it! This time, the exclusive halls of The Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel hosted a reception full of emotions, laughs, and above all, lots of love. The newlyweds had a great time while sharing their happiness with their family and closest friends. Our lovebirds had their first dance as husband and wife while the great DJ from Outspoken Visions Entertainment played the perfect melody to sweeten up this moment. The ballroom was beautifully ambiance thanks to the elegant and stylish decoration that Elegant Affairs Inc prepared for this occasion. The colors, the dim lights, the fancy floral arrangements, and the overall decoration helped in making this a memorable event. Without any question, this was a night to remember that everyone enjoyed! And we cannot help but feel happy that these two have found each other! You can tell that they are soulmates meant to have an everlasting love story! If you want to relieve this entire celebration of love head into our gallery for more! The good friends from Jagat Studio have shared with us, the most amazing shots captured during the wedding festivities, so don't hesitate to check them out!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We met through family friends who were trying to set us up.  I think we both had little to no expectations before we met so it ended up being a good surprise.  There was a point after dating where I was going through a rough patch at work.  Rushi would listen to me complain (a lot) and be supportive.  Something unpleasant happened with my supervisors, and I remember when I told him what happened - he was so upset.  Probably more upset than me.  I remember thinking, "Wow, he really cares about me.  This could be it."  The next 2 years sealed the deal!

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We had been planning a trip to Ireland.  Rushi had already been there before but this was my first time visiting there.  We rented a car and drove along the countryside, visiting some new places for him and his favorites we had been before.  We were in Killarney visiting Killarney National Park.  We started walking into this forest-like area off the beaten path.  We were getting deeper and deeper in the forest (I was starting to panic a bit).  We reached a clearing where it was large, circle of mowed grass encircled by large trees.  In the middle of this, there was a gazebo with some benches. He sat down first, and as I was about to sit down next to him, I noticed this ring on the bench.  I picked it up and told him, " look, someone left their ring."  He responded with, "yes, I will marry you."  And now the running joke is that I proposed to him lol.  

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.
Planning our wedding was a bit of a challenge as our families are in different locations.  We considered multiple locations but ended up picking home for me - Fort Worth, TX.  We looked at venues that could accommodate what we were looking for in a venue - an outdoor ceremony and indoor reception.  We ended up picking the Worthington Renaissance Hotel in Sundance Square - they had an amazing rooftop terrace with fountains that we thought would be perfect for the ceremony.

Venues took some time overall.  I visited a lot of them and hardest part would be availability.  Some were booked almost 2 years in advance.  But it was worth it to keep looking for the right place.  

Hair and make up - I did my own makeup for my mehndi, pithi, and rehearsal dinner.  For the wedding and reception, Rushi and my mom convinced me that I should have someone help me so it would be one less thing to worry about.  They were absolutely they were right.  I didn't do a trial but I looked at Instagram photos to figure out whose style I liked - MUA who would accomplish the look I was looking for.  The HMUA who did get me ready for both ceremony/reception did an amazing job - my makeup stayed right where it was supposed to all night and she accomplished the look without the use of so many products.

Decor theme - because we wanted an outdoor wedding ceremony - we tried to keep it simple.  We had a garden theme - with pink and white flowers and green foliage.  We used lanterns and birdcages along the aisle that were repurposed as reception centerpieces.  

DJ - We spent a lot of time finding a DJ.  We wanted someone who would turn our reception into a party. 
 We used this company called Outspoken Visions and they were amazing!  They were so flexible, moved out Gobo Monogram from the cocktail area, had a tabla player, worked with us on the uplighting.  Could not say enough nice things about this company!

Cake/Donuts - we opted to have cupcakes for the guests and a 6" naked cutting cake for us.  We wanted our guests to have options.  We got our cupcakes from Gigi's Cupcakes in North Fort Worth.  They did a fabulous job setting up and Kristi was so pleasant to work with.  I had seen donut walls on Instagram and really wanted to have one.  I worked with Angie at FunkyTown Donuts.  They also were so easy to work with and did an excellent job setting up and making suggestions that would work for our wedding.  

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
Outfits - I went shopping with my mom and aunt at Sari Palace in Oakland, CA.  I had tried looking locally in DFW and also Atlanta at Global Mall with no luck.  Sari Palace had a huge selection and the outfits were customizable - such a great experience working with them.  I tried on about 20 total outfits before I decided on a lengha.  I love the color pink so it just ended that both my ceremony/reception outfits had pink or pink hues in it.  I loved that it had a contemporary look but yet still looked fitting for a bridal outfit.  I picked a Sherwani for Rushi that was similar to my bridal outfit (he didn't care what he wore lol). For the reception, my outfit was a dusty rose.  Rushi and I had picked a blue suit for him so he wore a tie matching my outfit.  

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Honestly - being done, or rather checking things off our list.  I think both Rushi and I were really excited when the rehearsal dinner started because we knew that we had done our best and we were gonna have fun going forward no matter what.  

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
We tried to keep our wedding casual.  The venue was in the middle of Sundance Square where people could walk around to go shopping or eating.  We had a later ceremony start time of 2p and reception to follow.  We asked that our bridesmaids and groomsmen wear whatever they want in shades of either gold/white/pink.  I think we wanted everyone to just come and enjoy themselves.

Oh and the donut wall 

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Our first dance.  We didn't practice at all - we hadn't entirely decided if we would do a first dance until the week of.  Rushi loves Celion Dion (rightfully so) so we danced to "That's The Way It Is."  We just went in circles, but I remember being just really excited in that moment.  

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Try to enjoy the day of, it really does go by so fast.

 

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