Wedding Documentary Photo + Cinema captured so many incredible moments from this Indian fusion wedding in Northern California that it's just simply impossible to share them in one or two posts. Today's Maharani is getting ready for her second of two ceremonies. As she gets glammed up, once again, by hair and makeup guru Artistry by Christal, and dons her classic, white wedding gown, preparations are underway at the Crow Canyon Country Club where SB Arts has brought in the event decor that is sure to set the day's gorgeous tone and leave a lasting impression. The bride and her Raja meet up with their wedding party before heading down the aisle once more for some adorable portraits that will no doubt find their way onto their pal's social media pages. The bridesmaids are absolute dolls in their strapless, baby pink column gowns, and the groomsmen are as dapper as can be in their grey suits — almost as handsome as the groom himself who's rockin' that tux right! This unforgettable celebration features so much more that you've still yet to see. For all there is to know, check out the full gallery.
The bride, on choosing her wedding gown:
"For my American dress, I went shopping just to browse and see what styles I liked and wasn't planning on even buying a dress that day and ended up choosing the 2nd dress I tried on. I made myself try on more because I thought it would be crazy to pick the 2nd one, but I kept going back to it and eventually just went for it."
On her wedding style:
"For the Christian wedding, I really went with the soft, neutral colors of blush pink, ivory, gold, etc. I think the key is to start with 1 or 2 colors you really want and then go from there to see what else will compliment them (i.e. working with your florist, decorator, etc.)."
On what she enjoyed most about planning her dream wedding:
"I think you really don't realize how fun it is planning the wedding until its over and then you just miss it. I think our favorite part was figuring out the food, drinks, any other fun things for the wedding week. I really miss just the whole process and then seeing it come to life. If I could, I would go through the planning over and over again just to relive that wedding week over with all our family and friends."
On her most memorable wedding moment:
"I think one moment that I will never forget is during our reception from the Christian ceremony when the bridal party came out with the glow sticks to Avicii-Levels and the whole dance floor just went crazy! It was such a fun moment and everyone had so much fun with them."
On the role family and friends played:
"My family and friends helped SO much! They helped from making food, helping assemble the programs, party favors, etc. We had so much help with decorating the house as well. For the Hindu ceremony, we had so much help with making sure everything ran smoothly and was on time, working with the horse, making sure the other vendors were on time, and clean up. As soon as the wedding week began, everyone else took over and made sure we didn't have to worry about anything. Chris's best friend, who happens to be my family friend and like a brother to me basically took on Chris and his family to make sure he had everything for the Hindu wedding and they helped put on the indian outfits for his whole family. Lastly, Chris's dad performed our Christian ceremony, which was really special for us."
Have a fabulous rest of the day, ladies! We'll see you tomorrow!