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Las Vegas, NV Indian Wedding by Memories Studio

Good morning, ladies! Let's start this Tuesday by taking a look at a beautiful and romantic love story featuring Heny & Satesh's big wedding festivities. If the name of this lovely duo sounds familiar, it is because we already showcased their marvelous wedding in this mesmerizing Video Blog, thanks to the visual masterpiece captured by Memories Studio. But this outstanding photographic studio had so much more to share with us that we decided to make a double feature to delight you with the enchanting photos they captured throughout the entire wedding bash. So, get yourself comfortable and enjoy this wedding extravaganza thoroughly orchestrated by Crimson Bleu Events, who took care of every detail to make this unique and unforgettable event. For the wedding ceremony officiated at the Jekyll Island Club Resorts, Suhaag Garden designed a beautiful decor that mirrored the glamorous look of our gorgeous Maharani, who looked like a princess throughout the entire festivities. After the wedding ceremony, it was time to head down to the Wynn Las Vegas to celebrate this lovebirds' life milestone with a vibrant reception party animated by M4U Events, who owned the stage playing upbeat melodies that put everyone on their feet. Hands down, this was the wedding celebration Heny & Satesh always wanted! If you want to check more of this beautiful young couple, don't miss today's full gallery. It is an absolute visual delight you don't want to miss! Not to mention that you will get endless amounts of inspiring ideas. So don't think twice and get ready to enjoy it!

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That is all for today, darlings. But don't forget to join us tomorrow for a new love story!

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Planning & Design: Crimson Bleu Events | DJ: M4U Events | Cinematography: Memories Studio | Photography: Memories Studio | Ceremony Venue: Jekyll Island Club Resorts | Reception Venue: Wynn Las Vegas | Floral & Decor: Suhaag Garden | Reception Floral & Decor: Destinations by Design Las Vegas | Bridesmaids Hair & Makeup: Blush and Glow By Artee | Family Hair & Makeup: Blush Beauty by Nadia & Kripa Bhatt | Reception Makeup: Makeup by Shilpa | Family Hair & Makeup: Amelia C & Co | Catering: Mint Indian Bistro | DJ: Encore Events Djs Harsh Patel | Wedding Outfit: Shyamal & Bhumika | Cake & Treats: Wynn Las Vegas | Wedding Stationery: Marigold Invites | Reception Stationery: Creatively Patel | Reception Stylist / Barber: Suraj.hair | Garba Band: JashnATL | Mehndi Artist: Atlanta Henna Studio | Photo Booths: Parties Outta Sight | Snapchat Filters: Creatively Patel | Reception Dance Floor: Events By Bliss LV


Styled Shoot by Jamie Howell Photography & Hakim Studio Photography

Good morning, Maharanis! It's Friday again, and we want to end this week with a flourish. So, get ready to open your minds and your hearts to this marvelous Styled Shoot that we are sure is going to take your breath away! There are endless amounts of beauty and bridal inspiration overflowing from today's magical feature, that one photographer was not enough! Because of it, we are thrilled to let you know that you'll have the honor to delight yourself with visual masterpieces captured by Jamie Howell Photography & Hakims Studio - Photography and Cinematography. Hands down, there is amazingness and exquisiteness guaranteed! So, let's not wait any longer and enjoy this image after image of eye candy, together. Jamie Howell took the first set of shots at the Chateau Elan Winery and Resort, where the gorgeous model donned a glamorous lengha with delicate embroidery by Royal Indian closet. And every single shot is swoon-worthy! After a quick change of clothes into a monochromatic nude and gold number, Hakims Studio took the lead behind the lens and captured glamorous and fascinating shots that we can't stop seeing. The White Farrow Estate became the perfect backdrop for this second set of images, and we cannot stress how much we loved the different looks presented throughout the entire stylized shoot! Makeup Artistry by Sweta created both looks delivering delivered nothing but utter perfection, praising the models' natural beauty and making them look like royalty. Without any question, this was a  dreamy shoot from which you can take tons of ideas to start planning your ultimate bridal look. And we want to give a big shoutout to Crimson Bleu Events, not only for orchestrating this fabulous photoshoot but also for sharing it with us! Don't miss today's jaw-dropping gallery for a full reveal of this Stylized Shoot. You will love it!

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We hope you've enjoyed this stylized photo shoot as much as we did! Have a great weekend, stay safe, and join us on Monday for more inspiring ideas!

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Planning & Design: Crimson Bleu Events | Hair & Makeup: Makeup Artistry by Sweta | Photography: Hakims Studio - Photography and Cinematography | Bridal Fashions: Royal Indian Closet | Venue for Jamie Howell Photography shots: Chateau Elan Winery and Resort | Venue for Hakim's Studio - Photography & Cinematography shots: The White Farrow Estate | Photography: Jamie Howell Photography


Valencia, CA Indian Fusion Wedding by Greycard Photography

Good morning, Maharanis! Here at Maharani Weddings, we care about your dreams. That is why we have the best selection of love stories that can inspire you to create your ultimate dream wedding. Today we have a big special event prepared for you. Are you ready? I bet you do. So let's begin this journey at the exclusive Hyatt Regency Valencia, the perfect venue chosen by Nisha & Ankush, today's lovely couple, to celebrate their marvelous wedding festivities. If you are a perfectionist bride to be, you will love how Best Dream Weddings by Vanessa Doménech planned and orchestrated this spectacular event. They embraced this lovebirds' vision and transformed it into a dream come true. Just magical! The talented crew from Floral Passion created the ideal decoration that filled the entire hall down to the last corner, with so much magic and beauty. You will love how Ankush, our elegant Raja, enjoyed the Baraat procession riding a beautiful white horse from Enchanted Carriages. So much merriment and traditional flair. Still, it was our gorgeous Maharani Nisha who stole the show, leaving everyone speechless once she burst into the room, showcasing her royalty look. She trusted her beauty needs to Jaxvicious Beauty, who delivered nothing less than perfection. What a fabulous talent! Today, you can relive this fantastic wedding by visiting today's gallery by Greycard Photography, who captured all details and emotions of this marvelous celebration of love. So, don't think twice and go check them out, we are sure you are going to be amazed and thoroughly inspired!

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Come back tomorrow! We have something special waiting for you.

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Planning & Design: Best Dream Weddings by Vanessa Doménech | Baraat: Enchanted Carriages | Photography: Greycard Photography | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Hyatt Regency Valencia | Floral & Decor: Floral Passion | Makeup: Jaxvicious Beauty | Hair: Farah | Catering: Manohar's Delhi Palace | DJ: Dj Scorpio | Cake & Treats: Jill's Cake Creation | Cinematography: Robles Video Productions


Brampton, Ontario Indian Wedding by Aniket Sananse Productions

Happy Friday, ladies! The end of another spectacular week is here, and we hope you are staying safe and healthy, enjoying the company of your close ones. Today, we are here to re-fill your cup with inspiration. We are pleased to share the beauty that surrounded Kinshuk & Ashish's wedding festivities. We must say that the great combination of talents between Sonam Kalra, who orchestrated every detail of the celebration and Diamond Decor, who amazed us with a marvelous decoration, gave a magical touch to this unique and unforgettable event. The exclusive halls of the LionHead Golf Club & Conference Centre hosted the memorable wedding ceremony, while The Grand Victorian Convention Center hosted the phenomenal wedding reception. Hands down, two stunning venues chosen by our lovebird's to celebrate their love union. Speaking about celebrations, Empire Entertainment was responsible for creating a fantastic party at the reception with a tremendous selection of beats and lights that everyone loved. Especially our lovely duo who rejoiced at every second of their big day. We are glad to count with the enormous talent of Aniket Sananse Productions. They captured every single emotion and intimate moment of this wedding and created a phenomenal gallery that will leave you sighing. So go ahead and visit it, you will love it!

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Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
On the first date, they shared their love of pizza, books they’d read, late-night coffee by the docks, and dancing unapologetically.

On the second date, they shared their love of melted kulfis (brought from Brampton to Hamilton in a little cooler because #truelove), hikes through waterfalls, books they’d picked out for each other, and tacos.

On the third date, Ashish asked her to be his girlfriend; she was the only one who laughed at his bad jokes and got him to dance. She said ‘chill bro, go read a book’. So he read plenty.

And then he wrote one.

Four years later, amidst the bustling Christmas crowd eagerly awaiting the tree lighting ceremony at Eatons Centre in Toronto, he sneakily led her to the quiet Fiction aisle at Chapters with the help of Kinshuk’s siblings, Ishani and Akshay.

In between shelves adorned with the polaroids of their favourite memories dangling off wires, Ashish placed the first draft of his book which contained his perfectly crafted proposal in the author’s bio.

With the blessings of their parents, he popped the question. She said yes!

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
Fun fact: I never tried on my bridal lengha or jewlery before it was bought! My sister (who is literally the best little sister anyone could ever ask for) did!

I knew I wanted a traditional red dress. Pinterest and Instagram were my friends as I scoured for ideas for designs. I wasn't able to go to India with my mom and sister, who actually bought everything for me. Probably for the best - their taste in fashion is fabulous! For instance, the bead finish on the blouse was my mom's addition 

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
I absolutely love planning and organizing, so the process was quite enjoyable! I also loved getting our families involved in the little details. Planning a wedding can also be taxing, and I am grateful for the support of our families in making those decisions.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The gorgeous smiles on family and friends' faces and all the love we received! Honestly, seeing people so joyous gave us all the energy we needed throughout the week.

Also, I didn't expect to see so many people busting into dance moves at the end of our long wedding ceremony. It was one of the most epic dance parties I've ever attended!

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
R. 1. It takes a village! Delegate, delegate, delegate.
2. Communication (even at the risk of over-communication) throughout the process is incredibly critical so that you can sit back and relax on your big day!
3. Things will never go 100% as planned. Know how you're going to roll with the uncertainty.
4. Lastly, take a moment to enjoy the days! It feels like you plan forever, and then the days go by so fast.

If we inspired you today, come back tomorrow as we have tons of inspiration prepared for you. 

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DJ: Empire Entertainment | Lighting: Empire Entertainment | Ceremony Venue: LionHead Golf Club & Conference Centre | Reception Venue: The Grand Victorian Convention Center | Planning & Design: Sonam Kalra | Floral & Decor: Diamond Decor | Hair & Makeup: Rachel Renna | Catering: The Grand Victorian Convention Center | Baraat: Ponies R Us | Cake & Treats: Rashmi's Bakery | Cinematography: Shirley Law | Live Music: Dhol Toronto Entertainment | Mehndi Artist: Henna By Divya | Hair & Makeup (Reception): Jen Evoy | Photography: Aniket Sananse Productions


Los Angeles, CA Indian Wedding by Megan Ann Photography

Good morning, Maharanis! We are heading to the end of this fabulous week, and we don't want to end it without presenting you with the magical wedding festivities between Anjali & Vivek. The Majestic Downtown was the exclusive venue chosen by our lovebirds to celebrate their spectacular wedding ceremony and reception. And let me tell you that every single guest enjoyed this entire celebration to the fullest. In case you were wondering who was the mastermind behind the planning and organization, we have the right answer for you! It was none other than The Marigold Company, who embraced our lovebirds' vision and took it to a higher level, creating the wedding of their dreams. The glamour and elegance were present throughout the entire wedding, filling every corner of the halls! From the beautiful horse from Enchanted Carriages rode by Raja Vivek during the Baraat to the phenomenal music beats played by Riamu Entertainment, this wedding celebration was memorable as it overflowed with so many emotions and inspiring moments. We are so lucky to have the talented team form Megan Ann Photography, capturing every detail of this wedding, as they created a marvelous photo gallery that got us sighing. So make sure to visit it. I know you will love it!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
The Bride's version - It was the Sunday before Labor Day 2014 and I was living at home in Tracy at the time. My parents and my best friend Avneet were trying to get me to go out and have some fun because I was in a funk from commuting 4 hours each day to and from the city for work. Eventually, I drove myself the 60+ miles to Palo Alto to meet up with Avneet just to get them all off my back. We ended up at a bar named Nola in Palo Alto when a guy came up to our table and complimented my pants. This guy was Vivek and the rest as they say is history. Over the past 5 years Vivek has introduced me to slang such as "shambles" and "fire", he's proven that there is someone out there that talks more than I do, and has exposed me to the music of legends such as Rick Ross and RL Grime. I cannot wait to marry the one person that I know will keep me laughing for years to come.
 
The Groom's version - Labor Day 2014 started off as a simple daytime housewarming party at my friend Jimit’s new home, but who would’ve thought it would be the luckiest night of my life. After calling some close friends to head out for the evening after the festivities were done, we chose a location well known for its social scene and abundance of nightlife options - Palo Alto, CA. Little did I know that a beautiful (and extremely sarcastic) woman would be sitting at a table wearing a pair of Zebra pants that I “complimented” as an excuse to sit down next to her. I knew Anjali was special when she pretended to laugh at my jokes for the rest of the evening and even agreed to give me her phone number - huge mistake on her part, but major win for me. We went on our first date later that week and ever since then I’ve learned how important color-coding calendars can be, how to throw epic birthday parties, and most importantly how to put the people you care about before yourself because Anjali does all these things better than anyone I’ve ever known. I am so lucky and thankful to have met this amazing woman and can’t wait to take on the world together with her!
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
The proposal story by the bride - December 1st was supposed to be just another Saturday. I was going to go with some friends to the top of Coit Tower and get brunch at a restaurant I hated in North Beach afterwards. That Saturday we met at my house and after some hullabaloo over my poor outfit choice(white jeans and a camel colored coat) we were on our way.
 
When we arrived at Coit Tower a guide told us we were going on a private tour. My friend Vidya had bought the tickets and I just assumed she had opted for the pricier option without informing me. After reciting some false facts I had learned about Coit Tower on a segway tour to the guide in the elevator we were now at the top. We walked out, took some Instagram stories of the views, and right when I turned the corner I saw Vivek in a camel colored coat I had made him buy the year earlier which he hadn't worn until that day. My initial thought was "Oh no! I'm wearing a camel colored coat. This is so embarrassing!", but it quickly transitioned to "Oh my goodness I'm getting engaged!". As Vivek started talking my eyes started watering until I was crying like a baby! Needless to say I responded with a resounding "YES!".
 
After a mini photoshoot with a photographer that had popped out from behind Vivek during this entire process, we were on our way to brunch. As we got out of the car and walked to this less than great restaurant, Vivek made a sharp turn and started walking towards my favorite restaurant, Park Tavern! When we got up to the front, the hostess escorted us up the stairs where 40 of our closest family and friends were waiting. Of course the waterworks started again.
 
We enjoyed an amazing brunch with our nearest and dearest followed by a bar crawl through North Beach. The day was more than I could've ever hoped for. Thank you again Vivek for planning the proposal of my dreams!
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
I think the most enjoyable part was the end result of course! Seeing all aspects of what you have planned come together is a feeling like no other. Seeing all my closest family and friends in our beautifully decorated venue, eating the food we had meticulously picked out, and dancing to tunes you had hand-selected is amazing. Wedding planning can be tough so remember, the end result is what you are working towards!
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Vivek and I have been honored to attend 20+ weddings together. As frequent wedding guests ourselves we greatly appreciate(more than anything else) weddings that don't require us to think much. Therefore, when looking for a wedding venue we wanted to make sure our guests could check into a hotel and not have to worry about a thing! Our wedding hotel, The Sheraton Grand Los Angeles, was where most folks stayed and where our Sangeet was held. The next day our ceremony, lunch, cocktail hour, and reception were at the Majestic Downtown LA, which is only about 2 blocks away from the Sheraton Grand. We saw people walk, scooter, and uber over to the venue. Our after-party was at the Reserve night club right below the Majestic so once the reception was over we went to a private entrance within the reception venue to the nightclub and to our private room. Finally, our brunch the next morning was at the Sheraton Grand so people didn't have to go far to grab some OJ. Making things easy was what we wanted and I think we accomplished that!
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The most special moment for me was hearing the baraat arriving at the venue. My parents had left to welcome the baraat, my bridesmaids and brideman had left to join the baraat, and I was by myself. I finally had time to reflect on what was going to happen. I was going to get married to the most amazing human being I had ever known! I could hear the loud dhol coming down the streets of downtown LA, hear people laughing and dancing, and hear the chatter of my family and friends waiting to welcome the baraat. Vivek and I chose not to do a first look because we wanted the first time we saw eachother to be when we walked down the aisle, how we had always pictured it. It took everything in me not to just look out the windows to sneak a peak at my groom, but I resisted. Instead, I soaked in this time by myself and got myself prepared to become Mrs. Tumrukota!
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
I have 2 pieces of advice, one for the bride and the other for the groom.
 
My advice for the bride - STAY ORGANIZED! I am an extremely organized person, but the wedding brought out a whole other level of organization in me that I didn't know I had. I had spreadsheets to organize my spreadsheets(no joke!). Planning a multi-day indian wedding with 300 guests and that too a destination wedding is not easy so make sure you have everything you need well organized. I had everything super crisp and tight which allowed me to do nothing except enjoy the wedding week. Of course there were things that didn't go as planned, there always will be, but being organized makes these happen less which causes a lot less stress. Use those google spreadsheets ladies!!
 
My advice for the groom - Planning a wedding is another full-time job. From the outside it might look like cake tastings and color schemes, which it is, but it's also negotiating contracts and making anywhere from 1-1000 decisions a day that can affect hundreds of people during your wedding. Needless to say, it gets stressful and very exhausting. To help with this, Vivek and I made a pact during this time - I would take on a majority of the wedding planning and he would take on a majority of other tasks like cooking, bills, and listening to me rant. Obviously listening to me rant was a majority of his role. Overall this helped take some other tasks off my plate and helped alleviate needless stress. Work with your bride and see what you can do to help. She might not want you to help with wedding planning necessarily, but find other ways you can help her out during this time. After all, you're committing to be partners for life so start now!

We have tons of inspiration prepared for you, so come back tomorrow! 
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DJ: Riamu Entertainment | Planning & Design: The Marigold Company | Baraat: Enchanted Carriages | Ceremony & Reception Venue: The Majestic Downtown | Floral & Decor: Kumba Entertainment | Hair & Makeup: SD Artistry Pro | Catering: Silver Service Catering | Cinematography: Avec Lumiere Productions | Photography: Megan Ann Photography


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