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Albany, NY South Indian Wedding by Alifsa Studio

Maharani Akshitha was totally glowing wearing this incredible marigold toned saree with royal blue details. Vivid colors and shiny jewelry always makes up for a chic Maharani style! We are loving this intimate celebration that, as we can see, has all the right ingredients. The Sixty State Place was the venue that hosted the ceremony and our couple couldn't have chosen a better place to celebrate it. It was beautifully decorated with tones of cream and light coral that strikingly contrasted with our lovebird's fashion choices. So alluring! The beaming mysticism of this Indian union can definitely be felt throughout today's pictures, kindly shared by our amazingly talented friends from Alifsa Studio. So, ladies, what are you waiting for, head down to our gallery of today and join Akshitha & Harish as they tie the knot! 

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More weddings to come, stay with us! 

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Photography: Alifsa Studio | Ceremony Venue: Sixty State Place


Albany, NY South Indian Wedding by Alifsa Studio

Hey there, ladies! Today it is the turn of Akshitha & Harish to embellish our screens and ideas with their fabulous self planned celebration. Our friends from Alifsa Studio were there to capture every detail that went on, and as we will see in today's gallery. And what a wonderful job our couple did, as it was as colorful as you would expect out of a South Indian bash. The ceremony was this lovely and intimate occasion that was the perfect moment for the bride to turn into a true Maharani princess, rocking a traditional green/coral saree with ancient and modern touch-ups, of course. This couple shines in all ways possible, so romantic! So many heartfelt moments and stylish designs in today's feature, ladies, be sure not to miss this enchanting gala coming to us from New York! 

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Stick around for part two! 

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Photography: Alifsa Studio | Ceremony Venue: Sixty State Place | Planning & Design: Bride and Groom


Houston, TX Indian Wedding by SB Image Studios

The heartfelt ceremony came to an end and it was official. Meera & Prakash united their lives for eternity and an event like that had to be absolutely celebrated in big time. We have seen multiple times that this particular detail of the weddings is always as grand and colorful as anyone can imagine and this gala was no exception. The gorgeous couple came out looking absolutely stunning! Truly making the Stafford Centre vibrate! Maharani Meera's fashion choice was this beautiful and modern light cyan saree/dress that just knocked me out my feet. It perfectly matched with Raja Prakash's incredibly elegant royal blue tux! Just how it should be! One look at the venue and you could tell that Navi K. Productions planning and design work was so spot on. So, ladies, part two of this magical moment is here and you can't miss it. A loving shout out to our friends from SB Image Studios who were gracious enough to share their lense talent with us for our gallery, so let's get to it! 

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I met my Groom freshman year, at UT. We had both made the Raas team (Dirty South Dandiya). We were co-captains our senior year & that’s when things got interesting: we began dating! I’m not sure when I knew he was “the one”, but if I had to pick a moment, it’d be when he was impersonating Amitabh Bachchan from a scene in Mohabbatein.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Well, we had planned to go to navratri garba. It felt like any other weekend. I got dressed & we were “on our way”. We arrived outside of some building (I’m not from Austin, but my now-husband assured me they had changed the garba location this year)...there were peacocks in the parking lot & I could hear some faint music, but not garba music. I would later discern, it was a talented cellist playing renditions of Disney tunes. As we approached the park area outside of the building, I saw a board with pictures of us & it FINALLY occurred to me as to what was happening. We walked down a winding pathway which had more picture boards along the way, while my now husband recited poetic rhymes about us. At the end of the path he got down on one knee & popped the question, followed by a “yes!!” & brief moment of excitement mixed with panic..not knowing which hand to place the ring on! 

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I wanted a regal/royal look but also wanted to preserve some traditional elements. I looked for predominantly champagne colored lenghas with some pops of red. I was lucky enough to be able to fly to India to shop around & with the colors in mind, it was love at first sight. I ended up finding what I wanted in Surat (It happened to be budget friendly as well!)

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
From feedback, our guests loved the overall Bollywood-esque feel of the wedding. We have some talented family and friends who put on high-quality performances from storyline dance numbers to musical performances at every event. We tried to add personalized touches as well such as photo invitations, photoshopped baraat Bollywood poster signs, bridal party baraat dances, custom wedding pamphlets, concept video, & our non-traditional first dance!

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Hmm, my words of wisdom would be to spend money on the things you & the Groom or maybe your guest will truly enjoy & remember. Don’t think you “HAVE” to get certain things because of norms. We cut out a few “standard” items & instead went for the things that mattered to us. We did not have charger plates, a champagne toast, wedding cake or much stage decor for the reception. We did have an extensive dessert bar, fresh coconut water served in a coconut, & a canopy over our dance floor

 

Amazing wasn't it? Remember, ladies, more weds every day! 

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Photography: SB Image Studios | Ceremony Venue: Mirage At Lake Conroe | Reception Venue: Stafford Centre | Planning & Design: Navi K. Productions | Floral & Decor: Divine Decor of Dallas | Hair & Makeup: Aura Airbrush Makeup | DJ: Desi Junction DJs | DJ: PJK Entertainment | DJ: Dj Nish Entertainment | Dholi: Dholi Rahul | Cinematography: Epique Cinema | Mehndi Artist: Henna/Mehndi by Shehzlan


Houston, TX Indian Wedding by SB Image Studios

We know that you, ladies, want only the best for your inspiration and ideas. And that is exactly what we have for you today! Coming from Texas, this lovely couple decided to tie the knot in all Indian flair and glitter and our amazingly talented friends from SB Image Studios were there to capture it all for our gallery of today. The celebrations began early for our Maharani Meera. The traditional Sangeet was absolutely lovely and it gave the families a chance to mingle and get to know each other! Indian style! After that, the bride changed attires for the lavish photoshoot and I was completely blown by the tones used. This stylish pair rocked this tangerine tone of orange that was just so out there! The big moment was getting closer and the great Mirage At Lake Conroe was looking its best for the celebration, beautifully decorated by the floral wonders of Divine Decor of Dallas. So, ladies, this feature is an absolute must for all things Maharani. Shall we take a look? 

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I met my Groom freshman year, at UT. We had both made the Raas team (Dirty South Dandiya). We were co-captains our senior year & that’s  when things got interesting: we began dating! I’m not sure when I knew he was “the one”, but if I had to pick a moment, it’d be when he was impersonating Amitabh Bachchan from a scene in Mohabbatein.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Well, we had planned to go to navratri garba. It felt like any other weekend. I got dressed & we were “on our way”. We arrived outside of some building (I’m not from Austin, but my now-husband assured me they had changed the garba location this year)...there were peacocks in the parking lot & I could hear some faint music, but not garba music. I would later discern, it was a talented cellist playing renditions of Disney tunes. As we approached the park area outside of the building, I saw a board with pictures of us & it FINALLY occurred to me as to what was happening. We walked down a winding pathway which had more picture boards along the way, while my now husband recited poetic rhymes about us. At the end of the path he got down on one knee & popped the question, followed by a “yes!!” & brief moment of excitement mixed with panic..not knowing which hand to place the ring on! 

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I wanted a regal/royal look but also wanted to preserve some traditional elements. I looked for predominantly champagne colored lenghas with some pops of red. I was lucky enough to be able to fly to India to shop around & with the colors in mind, it was love at first sight. I ended up finding what I wanted in Surat (It happened to be budget friendly as well!)

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
From feedback, our guests loved the overall Bollywood-esque feel of the wedding. We have some talented family and friends who put on high-quality performances from storyline dance numbers to musical performances at every event. We tried to add personalized touches as well such as photo invitations, photoshopped baraat Bollywood poster signs, bridal party baraat dances, custom wedding pamphlets, concept video, & our non-traditional first dance!

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Hmm, my words of wisdom would be to spend money on the things you & the Groom or maybe your guest will truly enjoy & remember. Don’t think you “HAVE” to get certain things because of norms. We cut out a few “standard” items & instead went for the things that mattered to us. We did not have charger plates, a champagne toast, wedding cake or much stage decor for the reception. We did have an extensive dessert bar, fresh coconut water served in a coconut, & a canopy over our dance floor

 

Stick around for more glam and charm! 

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Traditional
Romantic
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Photography: SB Image Studios | Ceremony Venue: Mirage At Lake Conroe | Reception Venue: Stafford Centre | Planning & Design: Navi K. Productions | Floral & Decor: Divine Decor of Dallas | Hair & Makeup: Aura Airbrush Makeup | DJ: Desi Junction DJs | DJ: PJK Entertainment | DJ: Dj Nish Entertainment | Dholi: Dholi Rahul | Cinematography: Epique Cinema | Mehndi Artist: Henna/Mehndi by Shehzlan


Woodbridge NJ Indian Fusion Wedding by Nikki & Chip Photography

For part two of this enchanting wedding, we will have a look at Maharani Lisa's incredible gorgeous wardrobe choices for the reception. Her style, as we saw on the first installment, was to die for. Modern and traditional. For the nighttime celebrations, she picked a traditional bridal red and gold kimono style dress to pay homage to her Asian ancestry. Seriously, this Asian beauty is too much! Raja Tarun, on the other hand, was wearing the classic and elegant champagne and burgundy sherwani /pagri accessories that totally turned him into the Hindu prince of our bride's dreams. The Ariana's Grand of Woodbridge was absolutely glowing for this gala I tell you that! So much going on, but lucky for us, our friends from Nikki & Chip Photography are masters in capturing all the details, so not an ounce of glam was lost from sight. Join us one more time for part two of today's gallery and get inspired! 

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We met online. He was one of the few guys that knew how to write proper emails. I knew he was the one when I saw him eat pizza...we both tear the crust off and eat it like 2-year-olds!
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
He proposed at our first date spot. It was really sweet as the place was getting renovated and I wasn’t sure what was happening. He roped his sister in to take photos of the proposal without me knowing. 
 
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.
The wedding wouldn’t have been so successful without Arun from Detailed affairs team. He helped us make sure all the vendors are booked and attended all the venue visits. Our venue’s staff was amazing, easy going and attentive. They accommodated us and even make sure we were fed and had drinks during the whole reception. 
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My lengha was picked out completely by Tarun in India. Red and Gold was our wedding color and he face time me at 2am NYC time to show me the selections at the store in India. It was pretty overwhelming but I gave him some criteria and he picked out a beautiful one. 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Remember to enjoy the day!

 

More to come in a bit, dolls, stick around! 

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Venues: Arianas Grand of Woodbridge | Planning & Design: Detailed Affairs Team | Catering: Arianas Grand of Woodbridge | Photography: Nikki & Chip Photography | Floral & Decor: Wedding Design | Hair: Jc Penney Woodbridge | Makeup: Tina Wang | Catering: 5ive Chefs Catering | DJ: Posh DJs | Bridal Fashions: Frontier Bazaar | Cake & Treats: Rolling Ping | Cinematography: Live Picture Studios | Groom Outfit: Manyavar


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