We made it through Thanksgiving Maharanis and now it's time for the wonderful Christmas holiday! Today we bring you a fusion Indian wedding out of Pittsburgh. Maharani Manjula and Evan have perfected an exemplary union and it’s exciting to see how the couple fused Manjula’s traditional Indian background with Evan’s Western upbringing for a unique and personal wedding celebration. The couple wed at the Hyatt Pittsburgh Airport with Evan’s mighty baraat led by a gorgeous Percheron draft horse from Carriage Limousine. Manjula was festooned in a traditional gold and orange silk sari draped under a plait styled braid adorned with white flowers. The bride opted for both a tikka and necklace that shown brightly on the her attire. I loved the aspect that this bride was traditional yet classy with classical draping and styling by Peacock Creations. The bride and groom opted for a traditional silk mandap designed by Fragile Paradise alongside wedding planner Divine Celebrations who orchestrated the numerous events. Zorz Studios was there each step of the way capturing all the images that you will find in the gallery.

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We celebrate this union of this beautiful couple during their reception, so make sure you return back for all the details!

Planning & Design: Divine Celebrations & Events | DJ: Planet DJ Productions | Photography: Zorz Studios | Baraat: Carriage Limosine | Catering: Taj Mahal | Cinematographer: Shofilms | Draping & Styling: Peacock Creations | Floral & Décor: Fragile Paradise | Lighting: EF Lighting | Mehndi: Kadambari Arts | Venue: Hyatt Pittsburgh Airport