Happy Friday, Maharanis! I have the most sensational Indian wedding event, captured in captivating style by the talented team at Making the Moment, today! Stunning bride-to-be, Keti, has picked out a trio of terrific pre-wedding fashions for her festivities leading up to the big day, and you can appreciate her terrific taste in these stunning portraits of her and the Raja of her dreams, Saurav! The yellow and hot pink ensemble is sweet as candy, and we are head over heels for her sangeet lengha! The violet and ivory outfit is absolutely amazing — and so is her mehndi work! Raja Saurav is handsome as can be in his traditional wear as well, and if you want to see Keti's other pre-wedding outfit, you'll have to head into the complete gallery! While you're there, revel in the happy couple's breathtaking wedding ceremony and take a peek into their ravishing reception at LaCentre, where DJ Manan spun a spectacular celebration!
Maharani Keti, on meeting the Raja of her dreams, Saurav:
"I met Saurav during my undergraduate years at University of Toledo. My sister and I started a fusion dance team and he choreographed the Bhangra portion. We were friends for about 6 months before we actually started dating. I knew I wanted to marry him after knowing how well he meshed with my family. If he can handle the craziness of my family, he is definitely the one. Also, the fact that he is one of the most sincere, loving, and humble man I ever met also plays a role."
On her Raja's romantic proposal:
"On New Year's Eve 2013, I came home late from working at our family business. The tv started to play and it was Saurav answering questions in "The Office" style, like an interview. He was saying all these sweet things and then directed me to go upstairs. He proposed in my room. He opened the blinds and in the snow were lights that spelled out "Will you marry me?""
On shopping for her wedding lenghas:
"I spent hours, months researching what I liked before I went to India. My wedding dress was multi-colored, pink, orange, yellow. My Reception dress was a Sabyasachi from Bombay, coral and gold with a floral print."
On her wedding style:
"I went shopping to get my outfits first and then worked on decorating. My palette was pastel colors: Coral, gold, and green based off of my dress."
Stick around for an exclusive look at the post-ceremony details from this stunning couple's reception!