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Atlanta, GA Indian Wedding by Brandon Andrews Photography

Happy Thursday, Maharanis! We are so excited to share today's jaw-dropping gallery by Brandon Andrews Photography as it encloses all the lovely moments of Sheena & Arjun's wedding. Needless to say that this intimate event celebrated at the Bride's Home Backyard during COVID was memorable, and we couldn't wait to share all the charming scenes with all of you! We loved how the minimalist yet on-point decor crafted by Myar Decor provided the perfect backdrop for these lovebirds to tie the knot! And we also want to give a big shoutout to Crimson Bleu Events. for the planning and execution of this wedding. It was flawless! For the ceremony, both Sheena & Arjun looked elegantly and fashionably; still, it was our gorgeous Maharani who stole the scene as soon as she walked down the aisle looking like a vision of beauty after being glamorized by Makeup Artistry by Sweta. After the ceremony, this intimate wedding transitioned into a charming reception to celebrate the newlyweds. In between emotional speeches, the delicious food prepared by Chef Dinesh Cafe, and lots of love, this wedding came to an end. And all we have to say is that this was the perfect ending for this real-life fairytale. So, don't think twice; scroll down and get ready to enjoy it!

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That is all for today, darlings. See you tomorrow for more.

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Planning & Design: Crimson Bleu Events | Hair & Makeup: Makeup Artistry by Sweta | Photography: Brandon Andrews Photography | Ceremony Venue: Bride's Home Backyard | Floral & Decor: Myar Decor | Catering: Chef Dinesh Cafe


Basking Ridge, NJ Sikh Wedding by Deep Sanan Photography

Good morning, Maharanis!  We are glad you could join us today because we are ready to share a new love story with all of you. This time, we are heading over to the Bridgewater Gurudwara to take part in the charming and intimate wedding ceremony that united Ishanpreet & Udaybir in marriage. And all we have to say is that this love-dripping ceremony was beautiful beyond words. The minimalist decor by Aishas Wedding Decor and our lovely duo's stunning look set the mood for this ceremony, making it ultra special. Maharani Ishanpreet donned a soft colored lengha by Nilibar, very well complemented with the exquisite makeup and hairstyle designed by Looks by Jassi. But that is not all! She took her bridal look to the next level, with the artistic Mehndi by Hennafly, which added an extra touch of beauty and traditional flair to the overall look. Although Ishanpreet's look was mesmerizing, she was not the only one that dressed to impress! Raja Udaybir followed the lead of the love of his life and rocked a matching Sherwani by Manyavar. And we cannot stress how great these two lovebirds looked together! If you want to take a closer look at all the beauty of this wedding, make sure to visit today's gallery by Deep Sanan Photography. It overflows with beauty and inspiring ideas, and we are sure you will love it. So, don't think twice and get ready to be amazed!

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Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
He proposed at the same restaurant we met for our first date.

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.
It was difficult to plan given all the COVID19 restrictions and uncertainty of what was going to happen. I had a great support from family and friends and especially the vendors. They were all flexible with changing plans. I shopped for my bridal outfit through a virtual call. It was a different experience but well worth it!

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My family in India helped me shop for my outfit, they went to different stores and showed me their collection. I used to wake up at some ungodly hours of 2am/3am to facetime them and look at the dresses. It was so strange and weird to shop like this but we wanted to make it work. We were super appreciative of the help we got to plan a wedding during COVID

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.

I wanted to keep the style to be traditional but with an intimate style. We wanted everyone to feel like they were part of the main squad.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Don't stress, it will all work out. Remember that its your day!

Remember that we have new weddings every day, so make sure to join us tomorrow for more!

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Hair & Makeup: Looks by Jassi | Floral & Decor: Aishas Wedding Decor | Sangeet Venue: Shagun (Guru Palace) | Ceremony Venue: Bridgewater Gurudwara | Reception Venue: Akbar Restaurant | DJ: Raj Minocha | Mehndi Artist: Hennafly | Wedding Lehenga: Nilibar | Groom's Wedding Sherwani: Manyavar | Photography: Deep Sanan Photography


Atlanta, GA Indian Wedding by Weddings By Shooting Stars

Happy Thursday, Maharanis! We are glad to have you back because we are excited to share today's feature with all of you. This time, we'll be taking a look at the jaw-dropping shots captured by Weddings by Shooting Stars during Dimpi & Kalpesh's wedding. And if the name of this sweet couple rings a bell, that's because we already featured this celebration thanks to the fantastic film also captured by Weddings by Shooting Stars. And you all loved it so much that we couldn't wait to share this gallery for your enjoyment. So, don't think twice, get yourself comfortable, and get ready to be amazed by this enchanting wedding celebrated at The Westin Atlanta Perimeter North. And all we have to say is that this wedding, thoroughly planned by Desai Designs By Ushma Desai, was a celebration to remember! Finishing Touch Decor exceeded all expectations with a lovely decor for the outdoor ceremony and the reception party. Both our lovebirds tie the knot looking elegantly and fashionably, but it was our gorgeous Maharani who had all eyes on her. She said, "I do," looking like a vision of beauty after being pampered by Beauty by Ami, who praised her innate beauty and made her look like royalty. Once the ceremony concluded, a vibrant reception started. And we wish we would have been there as it seems like everyone had a great time dancing to DJ Ameet's beats. Maharanis, don't miss any detail of this wedding by taking a look at this gallery. It will take your breath away! 

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Photography: Weddings by Shooting Stars | Cinematography: Weddings by Shooting Stars | Hair & Makeup: Beauty by Ami | Venue: The Westin Atlanta Perimeter North | Planning & Design: Desai Designs By Ushma Desai | Floral & Decor: Finishing Touch Decor | Baraat/DJ: DJ Ameet


Ypsilanti, MI Indian Wedding by Ray Anthony Photography

Happy Tuesday, darlings! Today, we are delighted to share Ahimsa & Rishi's wedding celebration with all of you. And believe us, there is so much beauty, and flair packed into this intimate event celebrated during COVID that it seemed taken out from the pages of an Indian fairytale. Everything surrounding this celebration hosted at the Ann Arbor Marriott Ypsilanti at Eagle Crest had perfection written all over the place. Utsav Planners, Inc. took care of the planning and decor, while Michael B. Anthony took care of the spectacular floral arrangements. This winning combination created the perfect setting for this life-changing event, and the final result was nothing less than exceptional! Although everything was mesmerizing, nothing compared to Ahimsa's royalty look. So big kudos to Kim Quraishi and Amanie Mokdad for the glamorous hairstyle and makeup designed for our lovely Maharani. And we cannot talk about beauty and royalty looks without mentioning the artistic Mehndi designed by Ekta Kansara. It was amazing! After the ceremony, this wedding transitioned into a reception party enlivened by DJ Ice & Fresh Productions. In between dances, emotional speeches, and the delicious treats prepared by Sweet Heather Anne, this festive night got to an end. But if you can't get enough of this lovely couple, don't miss today's jaw-dropping gallery by Ray Anthony Photography. It will make your heart melt, and you will get tons of inspiring ideas for your wedding!

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Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Rishi pulled a fast one! He and I were slated to vacation in Thailand in mid-September. Leading up to the proposal, Rishi and our friends began dropping obvious, but ultimately untrue hints that the proposal was happening in Thailand. It did the trick because I was super confused and primed for the actual proposal. During Labor Day weekend, Rishi flew from San Francisco to DC to visit. On the proposal day, Rishi first took me for brunch to Ted’s Bulletin in Eastern Market. The spot has a special significance for us because it’s where our close, mutual friend Ronak introduced us on a snowy night over chocolate under the pretext of a low-key hangout. After brunch we headed to a health policy lecture across town near the iconic Meridian Hill Park. The talk was a ruse. Right before we got to the “talk,” Rishi made up an excuse to see a friend at the park. As soon as we arrived, and he asked me to stand near the fountain, it finally hit me that he was about to propose. As I anxiously walked to where he was, he first delivered a beautiful speech, got down on one knee, and proposed. When I called my parents to tell them the news, I suddenly saw them there, along with Rishi’s parents and Ronak all running over to congratulate us! I was in complete shock and overwhelmed by all the love. Later that night, Rishi planned a surprise dinner with our close friends and family at a restaurant in Georgetown, and we ended the night dancing near the Georgetown harbor.

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 didn’t plan one wedding, but actually three. Once COVID-19 hit, after much deliberation and carefully tracking the COVID-19 restrictions, we chose the Ann Arbor Marriott Ypsilanti Eagle Crest in Michigan for our venue. The hotel had a beautiful outdoor area nestled amidst a breathtaking scene of pine trees, a golf course, and a lake where the wedding would be held. The hotel also offered a great backup option in case of inclement weather. Although autumn weather in Michigan is unpredictable, we were lucky with a gorgeous sunrise and sunny, blue skies for the entire duration of the wedding.

For our decorator and wedding planner, we chose Utsav Planners. They were our life savers and incredibly supportive as we went through the various options and the inevitable stress surrounding trying to plan a wedding in the midst of a global pandemic. Because they had experience in this realm, they were knowledgeable about precautions to take and came up with unique ideas for our décor and wedding. Their attention to detail, dedication to our wedding vision, and flawless execution the day of our wedding helped us be present to really enjoy our wedding festivities.

Rishi and I were committed to ensuring the safety of our guests during the pandemic. We requested (more like demanded!) that they and our vendors get tested for COVID-19 within 72 hours of attending our wedding. We emphasized physical distancing protocols throughout the wedding and ordered colorful, décor-consistent filtered masks for our guests. We were grateful for the opportunity to celebrate our love during the pandemic.

I chose a unique color scheme of green, orange, purple, and blush for the wedding because they encompassed and reflected autumn undertones and beautifully complemented the fall colors. Given our respective cultural backgrounds, I also incorporated two underlying themes of traditional South Indian and North Indian décor for the wedding luncheon. Because both of us are drawn to Indian classical music, we included music-related themes intertwined with fragrant, bright flowers for the table centerpieces. Our cake decorator (Sweet Heather Anne) designed various Indian instruments on our cake to tie the theme together. My goal for the overall wedding aesthetic was vibrant, elegant, and timeless.

I was also keen on bringing an extra personal touch to our wedding and many of our friends were able to bring their personal touch to our wedding. Prior to the wedding, my close friends and family from around the world created a compilation of bhajans (devotional songs) which we played throughout the wedding festivities. Many of my friends were able to participate in the Milni ceremony (joining of the families). My uncle and three close friends walked me down the aisle under a vibrant phoolon ki chaadar (blanket of flowers). My family friend, Supriya (www.supriyakharod.com) designed our beautiful wedding programs, which we also electronically sent to our guests who were watching our wedding live on YouTube. My childhood friend Asha (www.instaetchstudio.com) designed lovely navy wood coasters adorned with sitar, tabla, mridangam, nadaswaram and thavil engravings as wedding favors.

Our two close friends checked all our guests’ temperatures before the wedding, handled other wedding logistics, and helped to prevent any technical glitches for our family and friends watching our wedding virtually. Our close friends played classical music throughout the entire wedding to help set the mood and tone of the wedding. Our family friends also helped immensely by organizing the priest’s items for the mandap (altar) and gauri puja (prayer to Goddess Parvati), and taking care of some wedding logistics. My friends and family brilliantly collaborated together to successfully steal Rishi’s shoes (#operationhappyfeet). And last but not least, our family and friends collaborated to bring us personalized wedding messages and dances that we watched as a virtual celebration in the evening.

Our caterer Suvai delivered traditional and mouth-watering South Indian breakfasts on the morning of the wedding while restaurant Rangoli created a beautiful array of North Indian appetizers and entrees for our wedding luncheon.

Because we were unable to go shopping in India for our wedding attire, I selected a traditional two-tone kanchivaram sari from Hyderabad after countless Whatsapp calls and pictures. Rishi also purchased his gold sherwani (suit) with a purple pagri (turban) and dupatta (stole) from Bangalore and Delhi. For my mehendi (henna) event, I selected a vibrant-colored lehenga from a store in Chicago. I was fortunate enough to have the best of the makeup, hair, mehendi, and sari tying artists in the Detroit metro area. Amanie Mokdad did the bridal party’s makeup, Kim Quraishi did the bridal party’s hair, and Ekta Shah Kansara did my mehendi and tied saris for the bridal party. DJ Ice and Fresh was our DJ, who absolutely rocked Rishi’s baraat and our wedding. Ray Anthony was our photographer, and District Media was our videographer. Michael B. Anthony and Aishwarya Flowers were our florists, and we got our cake from Sweet Heather Anne.

We planned our wedding across the country living in California under COVID-19 restrictions, and it was an intense wedding planning process. Our parents’ endless support and involvement combined with Rishi and my dad’s strong negotiation skills helped us execute the wedding plan. I learned a lot more than I ever needed to know about contracts, how to search for the right vendors based on our vision for the wedding, and planning sufficient numbers of backup options. It really helped that all of our vendors were talented, incredible to work with, supportive, and made our wedding planning process smooth.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
I enjoyed planning the wedding with Rishi and I think we got a chance to better understand each other through this process and grow even stronger together as a couple. The profound love, guidance, and encouragement we received from our family and friends, from making the decision to get married in October, to being on call and helping us with every small wedding detail, made the experience much more enjoyable and easier to surpass.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
The best compliments we got after the wedding were about the ambiance, sophisticated décor and delicious food. But I think what blew everyone away the most is that we ran the entire program on time…perhaps a first for an Indian wedding!

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 hosted a 20-25-person nalangu and mehendi ceremony the Thursday before the wedding in my backyard. We used fresh marigolds, mango leaves, banana trees, and rangoli as traditional décor for the nalangu on our patio in the morning. The mehendi color scheme was orange, green, yellow, and red to create a colorful and fun ambiance. We used a vibrant backdrop with multi-colored pillows, urlis, and umbrellas as décor. The mehendi was in a tent with outdoor seating in the vicinity. Krishna Catering & Restaurant catered our lunch and Suvai catered our dinner which included different types of chaat and various types of dosa with all the condiments, and dessert. Ekta Kansara did my beautifully designed mehendi and hair and Amanie was my fabulous makeup artist. It was an exciting kickoff to the wedding festivities!

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Don’t fight what’s beyond your control. Know that you did everything you could for your wedding and surrender the rest. Remember to enjoy the festivities and be present for the entire wedding celebration.

Planning a wedding during a pandemic can be difficult and frustrating, but know that virtually all couples face the same set of challenges. Do not hesitate to reach out for help. Having friends and family as a support system is also incredibly helpful to help you stay sane during the wedding process and wedding. Oh, and make sure you actually eat on your wedding day!

We are preparing something special for you, so make sure to join us tomorrow for more!

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Planning & Design: Utsav Planners,Inc. | Floral & Decor: Utsav Planners,Inc. | DJ: DJ Ice & Fresh Productions | Venues: Ann Arbor Marriott Ypsilanti at Eagle Crest | Florist: Michael B. Anthony | Garland & Hair Flowers: Aiswarya Flowers | Welcome Sign & Wedding Party Favor Coasters: InstaEtch Studio | Priest: Shastriji Giriswami | Hair: Kim Quraishi | Makeup: Amanie Mokdad | Catering (Mehendi): Taste of India Suvai | Catering (Wedding): Rangoli Indian Cuisine | Cake & Treats: Sweet Heather Anne | Cinematography: Media District | Draping/Styling: Ekta Kansara | Mehndi Artist: Ekta Kansara | Wedding Programs: Supriya Kharod | Wedding Favors (Chocolates): Corden Chocolates | Photography: Ray Anthony Photography


Huntington Beach, CA Sikh Wedding by Lin & Jirsa Photography

Good morning, ladies! Get ready to enjoy because we're taking you on a love journey through Jasmine & Avneet's wedding festivities. If the name of this lovely couple sounds familiar, that's because their wedding already featured in our Video Blog, thanks to the fantastic film created by Avec Lumiere Productions. And we loved this celebration so much that we wanted to share the fabulous shots by Lin & Jirsa Photography with you. So, let's jump right into it. The beauty, flair, and grandeur surrounding this outdoor wedding mirrored the fabulous look of our gorgeous Maharani Jasmine. She trusted her beauty needs to Dolled up by Lulu, who delivered nothing but exquisiteness in the form of elegant makeup and classy hairstyle. To complement this jaw-dropping look, Beauty by Lishma designed a fantastic Mehndi that we loved so much. Following the line of elegance and amazingness set by our lovely couple, Three Petals Design crafted a heavenly decor in soft-pastel hues, more than perfect for the occasion. And before we go any further, we want to give The Marigold Company a big shoutout for the on-point planning and execution of this event at the Pasea Hotel & Spa. Hands down, they were major contributors in making this celebration as memorable as it was. For more details of this lovely wedding, visit today's gallery for the full reveal. It will take your breath away.

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
An intercontinental romance that all started with a swipe! Avneet and I matched on Hinge in November 2017. At the time he was living in Berlin, Germany and I was in Philly completing my fellowship community psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania. One of the questions Avneet had to fill out was "What is the most spontaneous thing you have ever done?" He answered, "Quit my job and moved to Berlin." It wasn't apparent to me that he still lived in Berlin at that time. Despite this, there was a clear and instant connection and we spent most of the subsequent winter months engaging in daily phone calls, despite a 6 hour time zone difference. By the time we met in Amsterdam face to face 3 months later, I felt like I already knew Avneet. It was a huge relief to not spend that time participating in the typical "first date" questions, but rather exploring a new city together, with our close friends. We finally made it official in November 2018 after countless trips between the US and Europe. We traveled to new cities as well as to each other's hometowns, endured challenges, and pushed one another out of our comfort zones.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Avneet moved back to the States on May 30, 2019 and picked me up from the airport the following day. We drove to Laguna Beach thinking it was going to be a perfect, sunny California day. We went down to the beach by a secluded cove only to find out it was very gloomy, high tides and almost raining. I was wondering why we were at the beach with such weather until Avneet got down on one knee and asked me to marry him! Less than 24 hours after moving home after 3 years in Europe! I had no idea he had planned a proposal and purchased a ring all while living on the other side of the world.

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 had spent almost a year planning our original wedding date. We took countless trips to California to get each detail of our Punjabi Sikh wedding just right. I even traveled to India in Fall 2019 after 15 years to customize multiple bridal outfits.

After making the decision to postpone in early March, we were fortunate enough to find an officiant just days before our original wedding date and ended up getting married on a path by the waterfront near our apartment in Jersey City. We did not think of re-planning a wedding for many months but as the COVID numbers dropped throughout the summer, we decided to move forward with only an outdoor religious ceremony, cutting our 300+ guestlist down to just 70 of our closest family and friends. We also cancelled an east coast and west coast Sangeet, as well as a reception, instead opting for a short lunch following our ceremony, also outdoors.

Planning the wedding the second time around really put things such as decor in perspective for me. While I previously spent too many hours to count trying to bring multiple different themes to life for each function, in October I opted for a more clean and elegant aesthetic, using neutral tones and pampas, complimenting the beautiful line of palm trees along the beach for our backdrop. That is definitely not to say we did not splurge on a waterfront venue, seamless white aisle, clear Chivari chair rentals, beautiful place settings, etc, but the main focus was the safety of our loved ones. We minimized exposure by eliminating an open dance floor, seating members of the same household together, providing each guest with hand sanitizers and personalized masks that read "Jasmine & Avneet are quarantined for life!"

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
One particular thing that stands out from our guests is the number of times people said "this is how weddings should always be," referring to being around just their closest loved ones. Too many times weddings can become over-the-top showcases, with endless guest counts and both the couple and guests lose the real meaning behind the day. I believe our guests appreciated how mindful we were of our reduced guest count, although it did unfortunately mean some immediate family from India and Canada were unable to attend. We did have a live YouTube stream set up for everyone to watch the day of.

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.
After two sangeets were cancelled, my in-laws surprised me with a beautiful backyard mehndi. It was an amazing transformation in true Punjabi fashion, full of vibrant colors, marigold flowers, hanging umbrellas and a bangle station. I opted to wear a colorful half lengha to maximize comfort during my mehndi application. Two special designs I incorporated into my bridal mendhi were a pair of sneakers (my husband's favorite) and a dog paw for our puppy, Bixby (named after the bridge in Big Sur, California)! I feel so fortunate to have had such an intimate pre-wedding function with both families, memories I will truly cherish forever.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
We feel so fortunate to have solidified our union with a COVID-safe, intimate outdoor wedding even in the most uncertain of our times. One of the biggest lessons I personally have learned as a Type A, extreme planner, is to just let go. I had spent many sleepless nights, too many to count spreadsheets budgeting and hundreds of calls coordinating 10+ vendors for an elaborate affair only to be hit with barrier after barrier. Despite this we still ended up with the most perfect day... TWICE! We secured an officiant just days prior to our original wedding date and ended up being featured on a COVID wedding segment on the Today Show! Later, in October we were finally able to proceed with our Sikh ceremony surrounded by our closest loved ones. Fate really just has its own way of working things out - whether it be the logistics of a (really) long distance relationship, or planning a wedding. We know we can really tackle anything life may throw at us! We hope this message of love is an inspiration to other couples in similar situations. Two continents, an ocean, and a six-hour time difference couldn’t stop our love story — just proof that love does, in fact, win.

We have more lovely stories for you, ladies! So, make sure to join us tomorrow for more.

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Hair & Makeup: Dolled up by Lulu | Planning & Design: The Marigold Company | Mehndi Artists: Beauty by Lishma | Venues: Pasea Hotel & Spa | Floral & Decor: Three Petals Design | Catering: Manohar's Delhi Palace | DJ: 3D Sounds | Bridal Fashions: Frontier Raas | Bridal Jewelry: Frontier Raas | Cinematography: Avec Lumiere Productions | Programs & Signage: The Paperie by Aman | Rentals: Three Petals Design | Photography: Lin & Jirsa Photography


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