Happy Thursday, ladies! Today, it is Dharmesh & Jessica's turn to bring their love celebration to our screens and we just adore fusion weddings. The process of merging two cultures, bounded by their commitment, is truly delightful. It races my heart when a feature like this comes and see all the extra attention put into the details of both cultures. It gives me so many ideas! I'm sure you as well, Maharanis, so let's get going with today's bash at the Catalina Room. For starters, our lovely bride Jessica was wearing a traditional and elegantly minimalistic wine lengha, with all the classic features we all love. She was looking amazing! Also, completing the ensemble, we can't forget about a must feature in all of our Maharani's attires. The mehndi design was created by Henna Traditions, and what a design that was! Simple but extremely elegant. Raja Dharmesh was all things stylish and elegant wearing a traditional beige and wine sherwani, totally matching with our Maharani, as it should be! Let me tell you, this first installment will surely leave you wanting for more. But worry not, dear brides-to-be at home, we have you covered all day, every day with the glam and charm of our ravishing Maharanis. Join us and take a look at today's featured gallery, thanks to Pine & Sea Photography!

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Don't go anywhere ladies, more to come in a few hours. 

Venues: The Catalina Room | Photography: Pine & Sea Photography | Graphics / Design / Floral & Decor: Jestafool Designs | Graphics / Design / Floral & Decor: Jessica & Dharmesh Ramaiya | Makeup: Courtney Milazzo | Catering: Addi’s Tandoor | Bar: Sunseri's | Cake & Treats: King’s Hawaiian Bakery & Restaurant | Invitations: Minted | Mehndi Artist: Henna Traditions | Rentals: MTB Rentals | Priest: Pundit Trivedi | Servers: Sonya’s Catering Staff