Lovely ladies, let's enjoy the beautiful tale of Melissa & Mushfik's wedding. Beginning with a mesmerizing Sangeet ceremony at the exquisite Crowne Plaza Princeton, bathed in twinkling lights and adorned with delicate blooms. Events Capture Photography & Cinematography expertly captured each moment, preserving the essence of Melissa's infectious laughter & Mushfik's loving gaze in timeless frames. The grand wedding ceremony occurred at The Marigold, where love blossomed like the most exquisite flowers. All Event Decorators worked their magic, creating a breathtaking ambiance that transported guests to a realm of pure enchantment. Farzana & Samiul Amin orchestrated every detail flawlessly, ensuring that every celebration aspect was perfect. The skillful hands of Divine Beauty by Vaishali enhanced Melissa's ethereal beauty, who took charge of her hair and makeup, ensuring that every detail was flawless. With precision and artistry, they created a stunning hairstyle that perfectly complemented her bridal ensemble. Also, her expertise in bridal draping and sari tying brought an extra elegance to Melissa's attire, ensuring that every fold and drape fell gracefully, making her a vision of grace and beauty on her special day. Her bridal ensemble from Style World was a masterpiece, and Natalia Zamparini's artistic mehndi designs were outstanding. The celebration reached its zenith with the delectable cuisine provided by Moghul Caterers, leaving hearts satiated. Finesse Entertainment set the mood, enchanting the guests with vibrant beats. M&R Photo Factory skillfully captured every fleeting moment, immortalizing the joy and love that permeated the air. Enjoy the shots we have compiled for you today! It's stunning.

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How did you meet your Groom, and when did you know he was "the one"?
Our story is pretty simple and not unusual: we met at work.
We were employed at the same financial consultancy, but he reported in New Jersey, and I was in New York.  One year, we had a serendipitous meeting at our company holiday party, making a connection that would last years. We were very curious and smitten with each other, but we decided to build our friendship first as that was most important to us. We knew we had something exceptional after chatting on the phone countless nights and attending several concerts together. I don’t have a specific moment when I knew he was the one. It just happened slowly, organically, and over some time. When he proposed, we were leveling up into something beautiful, realistic, and worth living for.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
The proposal was lovely and endearing. He planned the proposal on our dating anniversary, which would give him an excuse to make plans. I could tell he was fussy and nervous that day, and it crossed my mind that a proposal might happen. We spent the afternoon walking along the shore near our apartment; the view was fantastic. When we stopped to admire the sunset, he spoke to me and then dropped to one knee! After I said yes, we went to a spa for a couples' massage, and then we went to a nice dinner. It was perfect because it felt easy.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
There was a lot of pressure to keep things super traditional, so a red sari was the only way to go. The dress was purchased overseas, so I didn't choose it, but I was delighted with the selection.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The design process was a lot of fun. Working on the color schemes and the decor and visiting the vendors was exciting. The best part is the day of the wedding when the vision comes to life. You get to see the completion of your hard work; it's satisfying.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our guests told us our wedding was fun because it was relaxed and unpretentious. We ensured the essential aspects, like the food, music, and entertainment, were top-notch. We released fun-loving, playful energy that day; maybe it rubbed off on our guests.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
My best advice is to remain as flexible and open-minded as possible. Your special day is full of moving parts, and there is always a chance that something can go in a different direction than initially intended. On your wedding day, focus on the rest of your life instead of the rest of your day.
Darlings, I hope you enjoyed today’s feature. Leave us a comment, and keep coming for more stories!

Hair & Makeup: Divine Beauty by Vaishali | Draping/Styling: Divine Beauty by Vaishali | Sangeet Venue: Crowne Plaza Princeton | Ceremony & Reception Venue: The Marigold | Planning & Design: Farzana & Samiul Amin (Family Friends) | Floral & Décor: All Event Decorators | Catering: Moghul Caterers | DJ/Fireworks/Lighting/Photo Booth: Finesse Entertainment | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: AATMA Performing Arts | Bridal Fashions: Style World (Bangladesh) | Bridal Jewelry: Khajana Boutique | Cake & Treats: Palermo's Bakery | Sangeet Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling for family friend: Nasreen Suhrawardi | Event Designer: All Event Decorators | Favors/Sangeet Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Etsy | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Fiverr | Mehndi Artist: Natalia Zamparini | Registry: Joy | Rentals: All Event Decorators | Transportation: SpringHill Suites by Marriott | Designer for the Stationery: Dmarasc on Fiverr | Designer for Printing Services: Hellobritttany on Fiver | Groom's Suit & Accessories: Manyavar | Sangeet Photography: Events Capture Photography & Cinematography | Photography: M&R Photo Factory