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Redondo Beach, CA Indian Wedding by Pine & Sea Photography

We are back, ladies! Part two of Dharmesh and Jessica's dreamy nuptials has arrived! Like we witnessed in part one, our lovebirds were looking enchanting, love was flying all over the place around them. So romantic! The heartfelt ceremony was absolutely beautiful and it was attended by all the special people you want around! What more can you ask for? After an evening of heavy emotions and glittering attires, our newlyweds headed down to the always incredible Catalina Room in Redondo Beach. A dreamlike venue that housed the family and friends of our couple for the reception. Addi’s Tandoor and their fine selection of Indian cuisine pampered everyone's palate and gave them that extra something that you need whenever dancing comes at the sight. All of this as the crew from Sunseri's handled the bar and drinks, Indian wedding style! A loving shout out to Pine & Sea Photography who captured all the sparkly images we are about to see. So, Maharanis, you know what time is it, head to the full gallery

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See you tomorrow for more, ladies! 

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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


Redondo Beach, CA Indian Wedding by Pine & Sea Photography

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. 

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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


Whippany, NJ Indian Wedding by Memories Photo Studio

We are back for part two of this love-fueled bash from New Jersey! Like we saw on part one, the beautiful couple had some serious ideas for their dream day. Good thing that they found the best people around to help them craft it. One of them, our super talented friend from Mehndikalogie, who as you already know, is all things amazing and always brings her A-Game. This time around, assisting our bride with her mehndi design. It was truly something else. She was also looking radiant thanks to the glam squad she recruited. The crew from Glow By Herneet made their presence, assisting our bride with hair & makeup and also the draping and styling of the wonderful attires she rocked along the celebrations. A beautiful and tasteful style that will surely get your inspo going! We can't forget about the party and we know that when Indian weddings happen, parties are colorful, amazing and ravishing. They needed the pros, so M4U Events came to the picture bringing their lighting skills along with the sounds and rhythms to set the dance floor on fire. Want to see more? Check out our featured gallery thanks to the amazing work from Memories Photo Studio and get those ideas on paper! 

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We hope you enjoyed it, Maharanis! Stay tuned for more. 

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DJ: M4U Events | Mehndi Artists: Mehndikalogie | Lighting: M4U Events | Baraat: M4U Events | Venues: Hanover Marriott | Sangeet Venue: Aashirwad Palace | Planning & Design: KM Events Management | Floral & Decor: Wedding Design | Bouquet and Garlands: Malini Chokshi-Designer flowers | Hair & Makeup: Glow By Herneet | Catering: Rasoi | Wedding Bridal Fashion: AsoPalav | Reception Bridal Fashion: Aneesh Agarwal | Garba Bridal Fashion: Dolly J | Cakes & Treats: Palermo's Bakery | Cinematography: Memories Photo Studio | Draping/Styling: Glow by Herneet | Photo Booth: Ultra Photobooth | Photography: Memories Photo Studio


Whippany, NJ Indian Wedding by Memories Photo Studio

Happy Friday, ladies! The weekend is almost here and what better way to start it than with a featured wedding? This one is especially for you, brides to be, planning your bash at home. We are certain that ideas will flow like a river once you take a look at Gunjan & Ridham's heartwarming nuptials, coming from Whippany, New Jersey. There were some hectic days prior to the main ceremony, but nothing a real Maharani can't handle! KM Events Management assisted our lovebirds planning and designing the spree and what an amazing job they did! Also, Wedding Design completed the gifted team our lovebirds recruited, designing the floral arrangements and decoration, suitable for the tasteful desires of the couple. The Hanover Marriott welcomed everyone for the ceremony and reception, and as usual, delivered the perfect space for the ravishing celebration of love. Loving shout out to them! The pictures and highlights come to us thanks to our dear friends from Memories Photo Studio, who were kind enough to share them with us and with you, Maharanis! So, get those tikkas on and join us in part one of today's featured gallery!

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See you in a bit for part two! 

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DJ: M4U Events | Mehndi Artists: Mehndikalogie | Lighting: M4U Events | Baraat: M4U Events | Venues: Hanover Marriott | Sangeet Venue: Aashirwad Palace | Planning & Design: KM Events Management | Floral & Decor: Wedding Design | Bouquet and Garlands: Malini Chokshi-Designer flowers | Hair & Makeup: Glow By Herneet | Catering: Rasoi | Wedding Bridal Fashion: AsoPalav | Reception Bridal Fashion: Aneesh Agarwal | Garba Bridal Fashion: Dolly J | Cakes & Treats: Palermo's Bakery | Cinematography: Memories Photo Studio | Draping/Styling: Glow by Herneet | Photo Booth: Ultra Photobooth | Photography: Memories Photo Studio


Dallas, TX Indian Wedding by William Bichara Photography

Welcome, Maharanis! Wednesday is here and also Dimple & Jiten's electric celebration, coming all the way from Texas. The bride was looking absolutely impeccable during all the previous rituals and during the major ceremony. It had to be like that, the most important day of her life was just around the corner and she had to be glowing. The amazing talent of Samira's Henna Designs and Henna By Zohra manifested and helped our bride rock a tremendous mehndi design that was all things artistic and evocative. Make Up by Aime assisted Maharani Dimple with all the colorful glitter on her skin and hair, and of course, JJ's Saree Draping and their fine skills dressed our lovebird with the stunningly colorful lenghas we all love. That was definitely a class A glam squad! Of course, we can't forget about the person who swept Maharani Dimple's feet of the ground. Raja Jiten was looking dazzling and elegant, wearing two sherwanis for the pre-wedding rituals. The first one, a classic beige with gold details and the second one, a bright emerald green that was a total knockout. Seriously, this is what I call style. Pictures we are about to come thanks to William Bichara Photography and the talent of his lense. So, join us next for part one of Dimple & Jiten's bash in today's gallery. 

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Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We had attended his cousin's wedding in India. The wedding events were taking place at some of the palaces in Udaipur. During the sangeet, we had gone to the garden of the palace to take a walk and have our photo taken in front of the palace by one of the photographers. He had it planned the whole time, and the photographer had me face away from him for a shot and next thing I turn around he’s down on one knee proposing. 

Tell us how you went about planning your wedding, and your overall experience with the Venues, Hair & Makeup, Outfits, Decor Theme, and all of the other important details.
My planning experience was fun but everyone will have its hiccups. I had an awesome wedding planner who kept me cool, calm, collected through the whole Process 

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My favorite color is red, so I knew my bridal attire was going to be red. When it came to choosing the actual design I actually shopped on Pinterest, sounds silly but I put so many designs together and then presented it to a designer to make my vision come true.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable process was also stressful but my parents' input meant a lot to me through the wedding process. Seeing my parents being able to feel like they had input and the smile it put on their face was enjoyable to me.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
I was so busy through my wedding that I barely got to eat all the cool things that were at the reception. Till this day all we hear about is how amazing all the food was. 

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Knowing I will be marrying my best friend and teammate 

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
It may seem stressful at the time but If you don’t enjoy every moment it will fly right by 

 

Stay tuned for the party!

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DJ: DJ Riz Entertainment | Mehndi Artists: Samira's Henna Designs | Lighting: DJ Riz Entertainment | Baraat: DJ Riz Entertainment | Draping/Styling: JJ Drapes | Satak Venue: Hyatt Regency DFW International Airport | Ceremony and Reception Venue: Hyatt Regency DFW International Airport | Planning & Design: Significant Events of Texas | Decor: RaoFactor | Florals: Zoeys Garden | Hair & Makeup: Make up by Aime | Catering: AnnaPurna Catering | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: Blue Flame Elite Entertainment | Cake & Treats: Creme De La Creme | Cinematography: Epique Cinema | Live Music: Amit Deshpande | Mehndi Artists: Henna By Zohra | Photography: William Bichara Photography


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