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Dearborn, MI Indian Fusion Wedding by Mike Staff Productions

Happy Wednesday, ladies! Today we celebrate the beauty of Nivi & Alexander's Indian fusion wedding! And we are sure that this is a love story that will inspire you and will make you want to start planning your wedding. So let's not wait any longer, and let's jump right into it! We are starting this journey by taking a look at the process of our gorgeous Nivi getting ready for an outdoor photoshoot leading her and Alexander to their Sangeet ceremony. The fantastic work of Vivid Beauty Salon taking care of this Maharani's hairstyle and makeup is impressive. Nivi was glowing! Smokey eyes, nude pink lips, and a discreet selection of shades were the perfect combination for this head-turning look. The artistic Mehndi design created by Hetal Shah was fantastic, and it added an extra touch of tradition to the overall look! And let's not forget about the beautiful blue Lengha embellished with golden details draped by Top That! Event. This was a bold selection that turned out to be amazing as it made our Maharani glow! And just in case you were wondering who are the ones responsible for such amazing shots. It was the talented team from Mike Staff Productions that worked their magic to capture the most beautiful shots to perpetuate this moment. From the dazzling details to the beaming smiles of the newlyweds during their photoshoot session, the result of their work is just beyond words! After cherishing their love bond, the now newlyweds were ready to keep on going with the Sangeet Ceremony held at the exclusive Dearborn Inn that opened up the wedding festivities! If you want to check more of this lovely couple head into today's gallery for a peek of more inspiring details.

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Venues: Dearborn Inn | Floral & Decor: Top That! Event | Hair & Makeup: Vivid Beauty Salon | Catering: Shalimar | DJ: Sky Entertainmtopent | Baraat: Sky Entertainment | Bridal Fashions: Chandan Fashions | Bridal Jewelry: Indian Wedding Saree | Cinematography: Kadence Films | Draping/Styling: Top That! Event | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Indian Wedding Card | Lighting: Top That! Event | Mehndi Artist: Hetal Shah | Rentals: Top That! Event | Photography: Mike Staff Productions


Bensalem, PA Indian Fusion Wedding by Raj Photo Video

Happy Monday, Maharanis! We hope your week has been off to a great start. We are excited to bring you an insight into Aditi & Peter fusion wedding celebration filled to the brim with inspiring ideas that you will love. Our lovely couple decided honored both of their backgrounds, and the result was a fantastic celebration for the ages that we cannot wait to share with you. So, let's jump right into it! Before tying the knot, these lovebirds decided to have a vibrant and colorful Sangeet ceremony held inside the halls of the exclusive The Westin Princeton at Forrestal Village. The talented team from Posh Kreations LLC exceeded all expectations and executed this pre-wedding event in such a great way that it bordered the line of perfection! Meanwhile, the good friends from Aisha’s Wedding Decor outdid themselves with a colorful and vivid decor that set the mood for this vibrant night! Although this background was already impressive on its own, it was our gorgeous Aditi that stole the night! The skillful artists from Looks by Jassi glammed up the bride taking care of her makeup, hairstyle, and gowns! And we cannot stress how much we loved the final look! With pink lips and nude eyelids, accentuating Aditi’s almond-shaped eyes, and dressed up into a dual-tone soft colored lengha, this Maharani ended up looking like a princess! How lucky of Peter, to be the one marrying this gorgeous doll! And we want to make a big shoutout to the highly-talented team from Raj Photo Video for the fantastic captures that are about to fill your screen with dazzling ideas! If you can't get enough of this Sangeet ceremony, head into our gallery for more, there are tons of inspiring ideas waiting for you! So, go check them out!

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Draping/Styling: Looks by Jassi | Hair & Makeup: Looks by Jassi | Venues: The Westin Princeton at Forrestal Village | Floral & Decor: Aishas Wedding Decor | Planning & Design: Posh Kreations LLC | Catering Friday: Moghul Mirage -Moghul (Dimpy Pingle) | Catering Saturday: Mehtani Restaurant Group (Subhash Vig) | DJ: DJ Ram Minocha at Sunny Entertainment | Cake & Treats: Isgro Pasticceria | Transportation - Rolls Royce: Monarch Chauffeur & Limousine Services | Photography: Raj Photo Video | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Minted


Tarrytown, NY Indian Wedding by John Martin Productions

Good Morning, Maharanis! The weekend is approaching fast, and there is no better way to prepare than taking a look at the captivating wedding celebration of Ditiksha & Rickin. Today’s wedding is one we couldn't wait to share with you as there are endless amounts of inspiring ideas brimming from this fantastic event. This couple’s wedding celebration incorporated a colorful and vibrant sangeet night that opened the doors to the wedding festivities. This pre-wedding ceremony was a cornucopia of Indian traditions intermixed with modern-day entertainment perfectly orchestrated by Euphoriaevents, who took care of the planning and execution. Without any question, this Sangeet ceremony is like one we haven't seen in quite a while, and we were utterly blown away by the extensive attention to detail. Ditiksha & Rickin embraced a traditional style and attended this event elegantly and fashionably. But it was our lovely Maharani who stole all the looks! We are green with envy by just taking a look at how gorgeous she looked in the yellow lengha she wore for her Sangeet night. Makeup By Karishma was the mastermind behind this breathtaking look, and they also took care of this Maharani's makeup and hairstyle needs. If you are a Maharani seeking inspiration for your big day, you cannot miss today's gallery! The images captured by John Martin Productions will make your inspiration fly, and they will give you a sneak peek of things to come! So don't miss it out!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Rickin and I met through Coffee Meets Bagel in August 2016. We finally had our first date in September 2016 and officially started dating in January 2017. I was in nursing school and super stressed out but he always made sure to make me his priority. On days I would have exams he would wake up at 5 am and come to the Grand Central from Jersey to take me to Brooklyn just to make sure I had breakfast before my exam. This ended up becoming a thing and right before one of my finals I was in the subway and the song Dil Mera by RDB came on and it hit me, he was the one! At our reception, he actually did a surprise performance to this song!
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
I lived in NY and he lived in NJ so in order to meet up we always met up at Grand Central Terminal. April 14 is his parents anniversary and his uncle’s birthday so he told me we would have a surprise party for them in the city. So we all dressed up and I went to the city with my parents, brother, and grandparents. And just like he always waited for me in Grand Central, he was there, only this time he had our close friends and family spell out “Will You Marry Me?” and all of the commuters that say behind him in anticipation (about 250+ people were crowded around). He brought me to the center of the Grand Concourse and dropped down on one knee and asked me to marry him. I always told him I would say no so I said “yea buddy” instead which he is known for saying!
 
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.
Since my name is Ditiksha and my now husbands name is Rickin we came up with the hashtag RickSha, we a few ricksha themed details going on an entire day! When looking at venues, Tarrytown DoubleTree really stuck out to us because the venue had a different feel about it, once you enter it felt very rustic but in a chic way and we really enjoyed that! As far as our vendors go, we wanted to have a team we could fully trust! Karishma Mehta I’d Make Up by Karishma I’ve been eyeing her Instagram since 2012 when we first met, so I knew I definitely wanted her to get me glammed up on my big day! As for my Mehndi, being a henna artist myself I really wanted someone who would do a great job and something different, when I first started doing henna, Shilpa Sharma from Henna by Shilpa helped me out and gave me some amazing pointers and I’ve always admired her work! She was the first vendor I booked and she customized my henna for me so well! For decor, we heard outstanding reviews from friends and family about Wedding Design and Decor. When we first went to pick our mandap, Ravi showed us one that looked like a mahal and right away Rickin and I knew that was the one because we wanted traditional but with a twist of something more modern and unique. As for our outfits, we both had the same vision we sent pictures to our family who made it all possible! I really wanted a yellow off the shoulder outfit for my Sangeet and Rickin wanted a sophisticated blue outfit. For the wedding, we both wanted to do red and white. He wanted his to be simple with not too much going on and I wanted two dupattas and a splash of green to keep it traditional and tie it all together. For our reception look, I wanted to be shining head to toe and he wanted a custom made suit. We also had our catering from Bukhara Grill at the wedding and reception; the first time we tried their food we were blown away! They defiantly delivered their best and had a chocolate fountain set up for us! As for our DJ, Sagar Shah (DJ Tonic) we’ve been to several weddings over the years and he’s always packed out the dance floor, which is exactly what he did for ours too! He was very easy to work with and just knew the right tunes! Now to capture all of this we really wanted to pick the best photographers and videographers! We had John Martin Productions who has been amazing to work with. He did our pre-wedding shoot and he was just so easy and genuine to work with, he can make anyone look good! As for the videographer we were recommended by our good friends to Claudio of Cutting Desk Productions! He made the trip out from Florida and did an outstanding job! He and John were able to work so well with one another and make me and Rickin so comfortable on the most hectic day of our lives! Now to tie it all together we had Nadia Jagessar of Euphoria Events as our day-of coordinator. While every wedding had their hiccups, we were glad we had her and her team to help the day go by smoothly!
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I always wanted mine to be red and white with just a dash of green to tie everything together. I actually did not even try on my dress until much later! My grandfather had gone to India and got me my bridal lehnga!
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part was going on little trips with Rickin to figure things out such as food tastings, cake tastings, venue visits, etc. With each little detail, the wedding came more to life and it started feeling more and more real!
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
The guests really loved the RickSha theme and the convertible ricksha we had for the Baraat and Vidaii! They also told us that the food and music definitely made the night! We also had popcorn boxes with our caricatures on them which also was an itinerary of the Hindu wedding ceremony, the guests said they enjoyed eating the popcorn but also loved following along with the wedding ceremony! During the cocktail hour we lined up toy rickshas, each toy ricksha was the table number for all of our guests. The kids and adults had a blast playing with their toy rickshas and said it was a unique twist to the traditional table seatings.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
There are several! The one that stands out to me the most is when I walked down the aisle with my mamas, it was such an emotional time for me and I tried my best to hold back tears all up to the point when we reached the mandap and I looked up and the first person I saw was my brother and he was tearing up. He gave me a little nod and gave me the strength to go up to the mandap. Then the Anterpat was dropped and there was my groom waiting for me! It was the most surreal feeling ever!
 
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.
For our sangeet, I really wanted a colorful and fun atmosphere! For this, I had my family and friends decorate it! We had a swing from Wedding Design and Decor and the rest was very colorful with pink and orange everywhere! As for the music, DJ Tonic played Garba and Raas and towards the end played some good old Raghav, Jay Sean and all those songs from back in the day! For our Haldi ceremonies Rickin and I both had specific outfits we wanted to wear. He wanted a Biggie shirt, which is exactly what he wore during his Haldi and I wanted a dhoti sari by the designer Nikasha! We also had a few surprise dances during our reception! One included all of my cousins and my aunts and uncles, I jumped in halfway and then dragged Rickin up to the dance floor! Another surprise dance was done by Rickin and his cousins, he did dil mera (which mentioned earlier was a huge song for our relationship)!
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
While wedding planning is stressful, always remember to enjoy it no matter what. It’s easier said than done but soak it all in! On my wedding day I told myself I would not stress everything will work out... and it does! I can still close my eyes and remember the vibes, decor, emotions all of it and I’m so happy I took in those moments to soak it in!
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
We had a few details I wanted to share! One as I mentioned earlier was the convertible ricksha for the baraat and vidaii (thanks to Rags to Rickshaw)! Another was these popcorn boxes we had custom made; one side was a caricature of us in our wedding outfits while the other sides served as the itinerary of the wedding and the bridal party. We filled these up with popcorn and chocolates for the guests to enjoy during the wedding; one was placed on each seat. For our table seatings, we decided to order toy rickshas and placed each guests name and table number on them. This kept the kids busy and the adults seemed to love playing with them too! As for my jewelry, I had a nose ring custom made from India which had a pop of green to highlight the small green border in my bridal lehnga! My Mehndi was also customized and it showcased our whole story! On my left arm, I had a ricksha with a bride and groom sitting inside, a stethoscope to represent my career in nursing and a traditional Hindu bride. On my right hand, I had the NYC skyline, a gavel to represent Rickin’s career as an attorney with the writing #TLinNY which stands for Top Litigator in NY (he goes around saying this to everyone) and a traditional Hindu groom. We also hid Rickin’s name in both English and Gujarati and he surprisingly found both! As for our cake, we had gotten it from Lulu’s in Westchester and it was to die for! We had 4 tiers with 4 different flavors ( carrot cake, red velvet, mudslide, and vanilla); it was white with a gold border and a few subtle flowers to match our background and outfits! I also wanted to mention our outfits for our bridal party! We had a huge bridal party of 15 groomsmen, 2 best men, 14 bridesmaids and 2 maids of honor. We had all of their outfits custom made from India and they all came out great! We went with a royal purple and gold theme! While we had red and white during the wedding, we followed through with the royal purple and gold theme for the evening which was great in contrast to our outfits; I had a blush peach and silver lengha and Rickin has a gray suit and blush peach tie! Another thing that was very important to us was our wedding garlands, my family friend hand made them for us with fresh flowers!

 

A beautiful and captivating wedding ceremony is waiting for you, so don't forget to check it out! 

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Hair & Makeup: Makeup By Karishma | Draping/Styling: Makeup By Karishma | Photography: John Martin Productions | Ceremony & Reception Venue: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Tarrytown | Planning & Design: Euphoriaevents | Cinematography: Cutting Desk Productions | Photography: John Martin Productions


Huntington Beach, CA South Asian Wedding by Dove Weddings

Good morning, ladies! Today we will be taking a look at the incredible wedding celebration of Priyanka & Pratik. And get ready because this celebration is full of details that we are sure you will love! So let's jump right into it! For this installment, we will be transported into the exclusive Hilton Waterfront Beach Resort to enjoy a colorful Sangeet ceremony that was the perfect start for this lifetime love story. As you can tell by the fantastic photos taken by Dove Weddings, Priyanka looked ravishing thanks to Ritu Kumar who took care of her fashion needs. This head-turning look was perfectly complemented with the majestic jewelry from Shrihari Diagems by Vinay's collection. The beautiful pieces of jewelry selected for this event praised Priyanka's natural beauty while giving her a perfect touch of elegance and style. We also loved the fabulous and delicate Mehndi design done by Gopi Henna. Without any question, this was an incredible event that everyone loved. This pre-wedding ceremony was full of colors, merriment, and vibrancy. And you already know how much we love Sangeet ceremonies! So, we are thrilled to be able to take a look at this one from the inside. We also want to make a big shoutout to First Pick Planning for the fantastic planning of this event, and Dream Decor for the amazing decor that took this pre-wedding ceremony to the next level! The color combination, the magical atmosphere, and the love of this young couple created such romantic scenes that we cannot stop seeing in our gallery. So get ready to join us on this love story, we are sure that you don't want to miss this adventure!

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This fantastic pre-wedding celebration was the best way to start this journey, but there is still more to come. So, stay close if you don't want to miss the upcoming events!

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Cinematography: Dove Weddings | Men's Formalwear & Tuxedos: Manyavar | Photography: Dove Weddings | Ceremony & Reception Venues: Hilton Waterfront Beach Resort | Sangeet Venues: Hilton Waterfront Beach Resort | Planning & Design: First Pick Planning | Floral & Decor: Dream Decor | Hair & Makeup: Peace Love Sakina | Catering: Natraj Catering | DJ: VOX Djs | Baraat: Kaser Flower Dhol | Bridal Fashions (Sangeet and Reception): Ritu Kumar | Bridal Jewelry (Sangeet): Shrihari Diagems by Vinay | Cake & Treats: Tasty Temptations | Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling: Peace Love Sakina | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Varda Cards - New Delhi | Lighting: VOX Djs | Sangeet Mehndi Artist: Unrivaled Henna | Bridal Mehndi Artist: Gopi Henna | Photo Booth: VOX Djs | Tuxedos: Hugo Boss | Hair & Makeup Mother of the Bride/Bridesmaids/ Sister-in-Law of the Bride: Enchant by Nihala | Horse for Wedding: Hardev Singh | Bride Wedding Ceremony Outfit: Frontier Raas | Grooms Sangeet Outfit: Jade Blue


Amarillo, TX Indian Wedding by Lomesh Photography

Good morning, darlings! We hope you had a restful weekend full of happiness and smiles! Today we start a new week of September with a wedding celebration that we are sure you will love! So without further due, let's jump right into it! We will start by taking a look at the pre-wedding ceremonies that opened the way to the wedding ceremony that joined Vidhi & Dilan in marriage. Colorful, vibrant, cheerful, these are some of the words that best describe these pre-wedding ceremonies! As soon as you take a look at the fantastic shots captured by the talented team from Lomesh Photography, you will feel as if you were transported somewhere out of this world. The photos are so incredible that they seem almost unreal! First, we have a phenomenal photo shoot showcasing our gorgeous Vidhi getting an artistic Mehndi design by the creative Samira's Henna Designs. We love this unique concept of joining this meaningful moment, with a photoshoot! Without any question, it is the best way to keep a vivid memory of this special event! After joining our Maharani during her Mehndi application, we get to take a look at the vibrant and colorful Sangeet Ceremony held at the Amarillo Civic Center. This pre-wedding ceremony was an incredible event that everyone loved! And we want to make a special shoutout to D&S Event Solutions as they put everyone on their feet with upbeat melodies, and ambiance the night with a fabulous scheme of lights! Hands down, these pre-wedding ceremonies were the perfect preamble for what is yet to come! If you want to see more of these pre-wedding events, do not hesitate to visit our gallery for more amazing photographs! We are sure you will love them!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We met through mutual friends about 11 years ago. We were just acquaintances and ran into each other here and there over the years. Once I moved to Dallas, we got closer and became really good friends and then it just happened!

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We actually both proposed to each other! I was secretly planning mine and he was planning his. Both of our sisters knew about it and didn't tell either of us. The most synchronistic part...we planned them 3 days apart. He beat me to it though and proposed first.

He did a Dil Toh Pagal Hai themed proposal because that is his FAVORITE movie. He transformed our home into a movie set and made every room a different scene from the movie. He had lines written down for me to play along with. He even had me do outfit changes similar to the ones Madhuri Dixit wore in the movie. It was so magical! In the end, he planned a little late-night dinner upstairs with an "Italian view." Everything came full circle then. He pulled out this game called "The Love Game" that I used on him when we first starting hanging out years before. Of course back then it wasn't called the love game; it was just a questionnaire to get to know someone on a more intimate level. After all that, he proposed and I did a cake smash! Both of our sisters came out of a room and surprised me and then we FaceTimed my parents who were dressed for the occasion.

My proposal was more public. I had it at the Don Quixote theater in Deep Ellum. It was a continuous dance number of all the songs that he loved growing up until that point. I had my friends, his friends, and our sisters in on it. After the whole dance sequence finished, he met me upstairs in the dressing room where I was down on one knee with our dog. He loved every second of it! The highlight of the whole dance was Ek Pal Ka Jeena from Kaho Na Pyaar Hai. He said that song changed his life along with many other teenage boys at that time. His sister took the lead on that and crushed it!

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 was so simple for me because I remembered that I had to stay organized. I booked everything a year or even more in advance. We really didn't want a big wedding to be honest. We were happy going to court and signing papers and calling it a day. We did it for our parents since we were both the eldest in our families. What we told ourselves throughout the whole process is we are doing it for us and no one else. I think it's important for every couple to remember why they are getting married to begin with.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I wanted a deep velvet red. During our shopping, we looked at so many and it can get confusing at times too. I had to come back the next day and my decision totally changed. I wanted something different and unique and I think I picked the perfect dress for that.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part of the planning process was having so much support from everybody! From our family to our close friends, everyone was so happy and so willing to help at any given point.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
I think our guests loved the music! Our DJ was amazing! They were from New Jersey known as D&S Event Solutions. We had a video wall during our reception which highlighted our pictures, same day edit, and amazing graphics that those guys came up with. Their MC was AMAZING! He really knew how to engage the crowd. I also think the biggest highlight was my mother's dance during our Sangeet with a special appearance by my father. It was great.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The part that replays the most was me walking down the aisle and Dilan waiting at the other end. The priest let him see him because he wanted to give me a rose and locket as soon as I got to the front. He was tearing up, which made me tear up! What was extra special about it was that I let him choose my aisle song. He did not listen to that song until our wedding day and waited for that moment. That was the most magical part.

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 so many different components to our wedding. First one was that we had a double baraat. I, the bride, had my own baraat. We both had vintage Cadillacs and met in the middle. I believe there was a moment from that featured on Bollyshake. Second, during our reception we did a sand ceremony, which was my husband's idea. Also during our reception, he wrote several shayari's (Hindi poems) that he wanted to share with me and everyone in attendance. During our Sangeet night, we had a casino night going on at the same time in which the chips were turned in for raffle tickets and we gave out prizes in the end.

Side note: while filming for our pre-wedding shoot, we decided to incorporate a water gun fight in our video which was so fun to do!

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
I want to tell all Brides-To-Be that it doesn't matter what happens, things go wrong, and things also go right. The most important thing to keep in mind is to remember why you want to get married in the first place.

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
The pictures can tell you everything about our wedding! There was so much love and joy from everyone and we did not want it to end! We loved every moment.  

 

More amazingness is coming down the road, so keep your eyes wide open if you don't want to miss it! 

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Mehndi Artists: Samira's Henna Designs | DJ: D&S Event Solutions | Baraat: D&S Event Solutions | Lighting: D&S Event Solutions | Venues: Amarillo Civic Center | Planning & Design: Events by Ridhi P | Floral & Decor: Rao Factor | Hair & Makeup: Ms. Painted Lady | Catering: Gopal | Cinematography: Memories | Draping/Styling: Ms. Painted Lady | Photography: Lomesh Photography


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