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Philadelphia, PA Indian Wedding by Banga Studios

Such an amazing and heartfelt ceremony deserved an equally grand reception. The Loews Philadelphia Hotel being all things glamorous as we know it is, welcomed the reception gala with all the style and sophistication you can think of. Minal & Ravi were totally glowing and as we will see in today's gallery thanks to Banga Studios, their energy was just so contagious that all guests were definitely able to feel it and party along with it. I am so in love with Maharani Minal's style! So elegant but also youthful and vibrant at the same time. And what about Raja Ravi's neat look? Now we know why Maharani Minal just fell head over heels for him! So, ladies, you definitely don't want to miss this gorgeous and love-fueled jubilee that will surely put a smile and inspiration in those faces. Shall we take a look? 

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We met in college over nearly 12 years ago through common friends. I knew he was "the one" when he studied abroad for about five months and I was sad every day without him. We started dating as soon as he returned (I was a junior and he was a senior) from his time abroad in Spain and the rest is history :)
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
My now-husband, Ravi, knocked it out of the park when it came to popping the question - instead of being one singular moment, he planned a whole weekend filled with love and memories for a lifetime. It all started on a Thursday night when we were getting ready for what I assumed was a typical date night with some of our best friends. When the time came to head out, I got a text from my friend saying she was running late. I was a little surprised because usually, I’m the one who’s running late! Nonetheless,  Ravi suggested we go for a walk by the lake around the corner to kill some time. Despite the fact it was November, chilly & rainy outside, the lake is nostalgic for us and I figured, why not. As we got to the dock,  I noticed someone there taking photos, which seemed a little out of place for a cold November night (I later learned that person was there for us) - but I shrugged it off. The scenery was truly picturesque - there were birds flying by, and the water was so still it looked like glass. I was already swept up in the moment when all of a sudden I turned around and Ravi was on one-knee. The rest is a bit of a blur, but the next thing I remember is seeing our family and friends pop out! It was the most special moment of my life -and I didn’t think the engagement could get any better….but then it did! The next day we flew to Miami to go see Jay-Z (As much as I’d love to give Ravi credit for planning a surprise trip to Miami, that was something we already had on the books :)). When we arrive at the air B&B, I opened the door only to be met with “SURPRISE” from even more of our friends and family. It’s hard to articulate how incredible this weekend was, but I’m thankful every day that I have a partner who put so much love and care into making this moment unforgettable.
 
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.
We started with the big things and worked our way down. So we knew we wanted a hotel in Philadelphia so that our guests did not have to leave the hotel during the wedding weekend. We visited nearly 10 hotels before visiting the Loews Hotel but fell in love with the venue right when we walked in. Once we had the venue selected we worked with our planner to select decor and theme. She had us meet with a variety of decorators who gave us their ideas. We eventually used ideas from all of the visits in our actual decor so talking to more than one decorator was really helpful. As far as outfits, Ravi and I actually took a trip to India with our parents several months before our big day and designed and order our invitations, shopped for clothes for ourselves and family (after MANY stores and time in the dressing room :)) and ordered jute bags for our welcome gifts. I cannot explain how much I loved my hair and makeup throughout my wedding weekend. I really only looked at several Instagram profiles and after one trial, I am so glad I worked with Karishma (makeup by.karishma).
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I knew I wanted to wear a shade of red but I did not know which shade. I also knew I wanted something elegant and not too heavy. With these criteria in mind, I went to Mumbai for a few weeks and went to what felt like 100 stores. I tried on a lot of lenghas and eventually picked the perfect one. It was such a relief to finally pick one!
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
I would say the food tasting. It was something we could do together with our parents which was really fun. It was also helpful to get our moms to weigh in on the food. We knew if both moms signed off on the food then it had to be good.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Everyone loved the food! Especially at the Sangeet. For the sangeet, we had 8 live stations ranging from chaat to the Mediterranean with plenty of traditional Indian and American dishes in between. Our guests loved being able to go from live station to live station trying all the different foods.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Walking down the aisle and seeing the emotion on Ravi's face. I am not going to lie, I was very nervous before the wedding. I think it was a combination of the magnitude of the day and also worrying about all the little details. But once I saw Ravi and the love in his eyes for me, nothing else mattered. I could not wait to marry him.
 
For events other than your ceremony, please tell us as much as you would like about the decor, style, dances, and all the special details.
We went somewhat light on the sangeet decor. Our theme was Turkish so we had some hookahs, lamps, and some other props to help with setting the theme. We could not have been happier about the decision. The ceremony and reception were where we spent most of our decor budget which worked out well.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Try to have fun. It is undoubtedly going to be a stressful process, but remember that it is after all your big day and you should do what you and your soon-to-be husband want. The day/weekend FLIES by so as cliche as it sounds and how hard it actually is you have to be in the moment as much as possible.
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
The Loews Philadelphia hotel has one ballroom which is perfect for any event in my mind. It has high ceilings and windows all around. It was the perfect spot for our first main event of the weekend and especially our wedding ceremony. My mehndi artists were also amazing and I would highly recommend them. My mehndi night (or evening rather) was one of my favorite times. It kicked off the weekend and though I love my HUGE family; it was nice to spend time with a select few close family members, my parents, Ravi and his mom, and a few local friends from the Philadelphia area. It was all in my suite and pretty intimate. I had heavy appetizers spread out including Philly pretzel bites, fresh cookies, and my favorite wines. I started around 4:00 in the afternoon but we hung out through the night and it was the perfect start to our incredible weekend.
 
Sorry, a few edits:
Wedding hashtag:  #toastingthetolanis
 
Small detail:  I also was fortunate enough to design my own mehndi outfit and wedding (second) dupatta. Thanks to Sameeha Kulkarni (@ssamieha)
 
We also met with 1 DJ but immediately knew he was the one and LOVED working with DJ Sunny. He was talented and very sweet and understanding.
All this to say, we could have been as successful in wedding planning and stress free without the amazing Shivani and her team (Shayosa Events). She put us in touch with all of our vendors and we could not have been happier.
 
Thank you!!

 

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Photography: Banga Studios | Planning & Design: Shayosa Events | Hair & Makeup: Makeup By Karishma | Draping/Styling: Makeup By Karishma | Venues: Loews Philadelphia Hotel


Philadelphia, PA Indian Wedding by Banga Studios

Welcome back, future Maharanis! We know you want to always be up to date with the latest of the bridal trends and this time around, we set sail to Philadelphia to witness Minal & Ravi's vision! The Loews Philadelphia Hotel was the venue that opened its doors for our couple and their loved ones and they couldn't have chosen a better place for the celebration! When you have the team from Shayosa Events planning and designing your bash, you only have to focus on looking radiant! That was the case with Maharani Minal! I was just loved the personality of her fashion choices. Definitely having the team from Makeup By Karishma helps a lot! Such beauty pros! So many amazing moments stored in today's gallery, ladies, so you can't miss it! A loving shout out to our friends from Banga Studios who always deliver to their maximum capacity and today's pictures are the proof of that! So, seeking to get inspired? Seek no more, below the details!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We met in college over nearly 12 years ago through common friends. I knew he was "the one" when he studied abroad for about five months and I was sad every day without him. We started dating as soon as he returned (I was a junior and he was a senior) from his time abroad in Spain and the rest is history :)
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
My now-husband, Ravi, knocked it out of the park when it came to popping the question - instead of being one singular moment, he planned a whole weekend filled with love and memories for a lifetime. It all started on a Thursday night when we were getting ready for what I assumed was a typical date night with some of our best friends. When the time came to head out, I got a text from my friend saying she was running late. I was a little surprised because usually, I’m the one who’s running late! Nonetheless,  Ravi suggested we go for a walk by the lake around the corner to kill some time. Despite the fact it was November, chilly & rainy outside, the lake is nostalgic for us and I figured, why not. As we got to the dock,  I noticed someone there taking photos, which seemed a little out of place for a cold November night (I later learned that person was there for us) - but I shrugged it off. The scenery was truly picturesque - there were birds flying by, and the water was so still it looked like glass. I was already swept up in the moment when all of a sudden I turned around and Ravi was on one-knee. The rest is a bit of a blur, but the next thing I remember is seeing our family and friends pop out! It was the most special moment of my life -and I didn’t think the engagement could get any better….but then it did! The next day we flew to Miami to go see Jay-Z (As much as I’d love to give Ravi credit for planning a surprise trip to Miami, that was something we already had on the books :)). When we arrive at the air B&B, I opened the door only to be met with “SURPRISE” from even more of our friends and family. It’s hard to articulate how incredible this weekend was, but I’m thankful every day that I have a partner who put so much love and care into making this moment unforgettable.
 
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.
We started with the big things and worked our way down. So we knew we wanted a hotel in Philadelphia so that our guests did not have to leave the hotel during the wedding weekend. We visited nearly 10 hotels before visiting the Loews Hotel but fell in love with the venue right when we walked in. Once we had the venue selected we worked with our planner to select decor and theme. She had us meet with a variety of decorators who gave us their ideas. We eventually used ideas from all of the visits in our actual decor so talking to more than one decorator was really helpful. As far as outfits, Ravi and I actually took a trip to India with our parents several months before our big day and designed and order our invitations, shopped for clothes for ourselves and family (after MANY stores and time in the dressing room :)) and ordered jute bags for our welcome gifts. I cannot explain how much I loved my hair and makeup throughout my wedding weekend. I really only looked at several Instagram profiles and after one trial, I am so glad I worked with Karishma (makeup by.karishma).
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I knew I wanted to wear a shade of red but I did not know which shade. I also knew I wanted something elegant and not too heavy. With these criteria in mind, I went to Mumbai for a few weeks and went to what felt like 100 stores. I tried on a lot of lenghas and eventually picked the perfect one. It was such a relief to finally pick one!
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
I would say the food tasting. It was something we could do together with our parents which was really fun. It was also helpful to get our moms to weigh in on the food. We knew if both moms signed off on the food then it had to be good.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Everyone loved the food! Especially at the Sangeet. For the sangeet, we had 8 live stations ranging from chaat to the Mediterranean with plenty of traditional Indian and American dishes in between. Our guests loved being able to go from live station to live station trying all the different foods.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Walking down the aisle and seeing the emotion on Ravi's face. I am not going to lie, I was very nervous before the wedding. I think it was a combination of the magnitude of the day and also worrying about all the little details. But once I saw Ravi and the love in his eyes for me, nothing else mattered. I could not wait to marry him.
 
For events other than your ceremony, please tell us as much as you would like about the decor, style, dances, and all the special details.
We went somewhat light on the sangeet decor. Our theme was Turkish so we had some hookahs, lamps, and some other props to help with setting the theme. We could not have been happier about the decision. The ceremony and reception were where we spent most of our decor budget which worked out well.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Try to have fun. It is undoubtedly going to be a stressful process, but remember that it is after all your big day and you should do what you and your soon-to-be husband want. The day/weekend FLIES by so as cliche as it sounds and how hard it actually is you have to be in the moment as much as possible.
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
The Loews Philadelphia hotel has one ballroom which is perfect for any event in my mind. It has high ceilings and windows all around. It was the perfect spot for our first main event of the weekend and especially our wedding ceremony. My mehndi artists were also amazing and I would highly recommend them. My mehndi night (or evening rather) was one of my favorite times. It kicked off the weekend and though I love my HUGE family; it was nice to spend time with a select few close family members, my parents, Ravi and his mom, and a few local friends from the Philadelphia area. It was all in my suite and pretty intimate. I had heavy appetizers spread out including Philly pretzel bites, fresh cookies, and my favorite wines. I started around 4:00 in the afternoon but we hung out through the night and it was the perfect start to our incredible weekend.
 
Sorry, a few edits:
Wedding hashtag:  #toastingthetolanis
 
Small detail:  I also was fortunate enough to design my own mehndi outfit and wedding (second) dupatta. Thanks to Sameeha Kulkarni (@ssamieha)
 
We also met with 1 DJ but immediately knew he was the one and LOVED working with DJ Sunny. He was talented and very sweet and understanding.
All this to say, we could have been as successful in wedding planning and stress free without the amazing Shivani and her team (Shayosa Events). She put us in touch with all of our vendors and we could not have been happier.
 
Thank you!!

 

Stick around for more! 

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Photography: Banga Studios | Planning & Design: Shayosa Events | Hair & Makeup: Makeup By Karishma | Draping/Styling: Makeup By Karishma | Venues: Loews Philadelphia Hotel


Parsippany, NJ Indian Wedding by Ishan Fotografi

After a gorgeous ceremony at The Sheraton Parsippany Hotel, it was time to move the gala to the reception hall and get the party started. We know that ceremonies are always a roller coaster of emotions and you could think that after such an event, Maharani Sonal needed a touch up on her makeup. Well, think again because Makeup by Anita's muses never miss an ounce of glam as we will see! Such beautiful use of colors! We are so loving these two lovebirds' style, so youthful and vibrant, as it should be! Too much going on in today's gallery, ladies, you can't miss it! So, enough with words and let us get to the images thanks to our always incredible pals from Ishan Fotografi! See you on the dance floor! 

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Amol and I met when we were in college, at the University of Maryland. We were on the same Garba Raas team, UMD EntouRAAS, for two years before becoming co-captains. While we were co-captains we got to know each other better and got very close while spending long hours at practice, creating the dance, and at competitions. We started dating at the end of that year and have never looked back!

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
On our fifth anniversary, he planned a full day date in New York City. The plan was to first have lunch near Central Park, then go for a boat ride in the middle of Central Park. He told me we had ballroom dancing lessons and dinner on the Upper Eastside lined up. Little did I know that halfway through, he would propose! After lunch, we walked through Central Park to the Loeb boathouse where we both climbed into a two-person rowboat. He rowed me into the middle of the lake, got down on one knee and proposed! Our closest friends and our siblings were hiding nearby watching the whole thing and after I said yes, they all started to cheer! A few of our close friends also were taking photos and videos and we had a photoshoot through the park. Afterward, we went to my house where our parents, grandparents, and friends had all gathered for a surprise engagement party!

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.
Venue:
This was the first thing we started to plan. We wanted a venue that was big enough to have all of our guests, was beautiful, was relatively close to home and had accommodation - as the majority of our guests would be flying in to attend. We looked in both Maryland and New Jersey, where Amol and my families are from, respectively and we found the perfect place at the Sheraton Parsippany! We chose the Marriott Hanover for our Garba as it had a beautiful ballroom and was in close proximity to the Sheraton.

Wedding Planner:
We decided that we wanted a day-of-coordinator to help us plan our wedding and coordinate on the wedding day so it would run smoothly and we could just focus on enjoying. Our wedding planner was Neeti with Ring to Aisle Events. She did a wonderful job helping us with a lot of the planning leading up to the big day, and on the day of our wedding, she and her team helped run everything smoothly and efficiently.

Hair & Makeup:
We reached out to many of our friends and family members for hair and makeup suggestions, and many of them had recommended Anita Shah. After looking at some of her work on Instagram, I reached out and booked her! She was wonderful to work with and created beautiful, elegant looks for all of my events!

Decor:
We wanted a mix of classy, vibrant, and traditional for our decor. For the Garba, we wanted bright colors that reflected the festivity of the event. For our ceremony, we wanted red, pink, white as our main color palette. We knew we wanted a circular mandap with pillars since we liked the look and felt it would give good visibility to our guests. For our reception, we wanted an elegant look and Nirali Decor worked with us closely to bring our vision to life!

Photo/Video:
This was one of our final vendors that we decided on as we spent a lot of time researching to find vendors with the style that matched what we wanted. We were lucky to find Ishan/Preeti with Ishan Fotografi and Peter with My Wedding Maker. They were both amazing to work with, made us feel natural during photoshoots, captured some very special moments, and both added artistry to their photos and videos.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I knew I wanted a traditional red- and gold-coloured lengha for the wedding ceremony and a blush pink colour for the reception. We went to India for our outfits and on the first day, I landed, my family and I went to Asopalav in Ahmedabad and I found both my wedding and reception outfits that day!

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part was working together as a couple during the planning process, and also having our families being very involved and supportive. It felt like the process as a whole brought us closer as a couple, and it also brought our families closer. We also really enjoyed being able to bring to life what we both value for our special day.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our guests gave us great feedback regarding food, decor, etc. However, what everyone told us that they loved was the energy of the weekend! They said that every event was full of life, excitement, and love!

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
There were a few really special moments that stick out in my mind whenever I think of the wedding. The first look on the morning of the wedding day was a beautiful, intimate, and very emotional moment for us as we saw each other for the first time on that special day! Walking down the aisle was a truly memorable experience, I was nervous walking into the room full of people but when the doors open and I saw Amol looking back at me from under the mandap, I felt an overwhelming sense of calmness and joy!

For events other than your ceremony, please tell us as much as you would like about the decor, style, dances, and all the special details.
Mehndi: We wanted a warm atmosphere, which Nirali decor helped us create with a rich-colored backdrop, table overlays, and festive cushions at the foot of the stage. During the first half of the evening, our guests mingled enjoyed dinner and had their mehndi done. For the second half, many of our close friends and family members performed beautiful and meaningful songs. Our siblings surprised us with a heartfelt and moving song, which was one of the true highlights of the evening!

Garba: Since we met on a Garba/Raas team, this event was very special to us. We wanted a traditional and vibrant atmosphere, with a decorated hichko on one end of the hall and a brightly colored backdrop on the other. We had a beautiful Radha Krishna murti placed in the center of the hall. After doing aarti, we all did Garba and then Raas. During the intermission, Amol and I did a dance together, after which our Raas teammates joined us for a fun and nostalgic dance compiled of segments from our old dance routines!

Reception: The reception started with memorable entrances from our parents and siblings. Then Amol and I entered and did our first dance to a special song that was played on the piano by my brother. We then had some sweet and hilarious speeches from our siblings and parents along with some amazing dances from our friends. After we had dinner, we had a fantastic night dancing with all of our guests!

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Wedding planning can definitely be stressful, but it is always important to keep perspective on how special and meaningful this day will be to you and your husband! Take every effort to enjoy and make the most of each moment of your special day/weekend!

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
It was great working with all of our other vendors that worked tirelessly to make our wedding so memorable, including our mehndi artist, Henna by Riddhi; our caterers, Moghul, Amiya, and Ganesh Divine; our DJ, MVPDJs; our wedding cake vendor, Palermo Bakery; and our florists, Denville Florist and Patel Flowers!

 

More to come, stick around! 

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Planning & Design: Ring to Aisle Events | Photography: Ishan Fotografi | Hair & Makeup: Makeup by Anita | Mehndi Venue: Sheraton Parsippany Hotel | Ceremony Venue: Sheraton Parsippany Hotel | Reception Venue: Sheraton Parsippany Hotel | Floral & Decor: Nirali Decor | DJ: MVP DJs | Cakes & Treats: Palermo Bakery | Cinematography: My Wedding Maker | Mehndi Artist: Henna by Riddhi


Parsippany, NJ Indian Wedding by Ishan Fotografi

It is Monday, ladies, and to kick start the week with our batteries fully charged, we have a Gujurati wedding for the ages! This time around we head down to New Jersey for Sonal & Amol's vision and as you probably expect, it was as incredible as ever! Our friends from Ishan Fotografi were there with all their talent to capture every detail of this wonderful gala, so be sure that in today's gallery, inspiration is assured. Just take a look at the design of it all! The team behind all the planning? Ring to Aisle Events, of course! You know your wedding will go as smooth as butter if those folks are involved! Amazing job, indeed! And what about Maharani Sonal's fashion sense? A true Maharani glows on her wedding day and this beauty was no exception! So, ladies, let us get to the images and get those ideas moving! 

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Amol and I met when we were in college, at the University of Maryland. We were on the same Garba Raas team, UMD EntouRAAS, for two years before becoming co-captains. While we were co-captains we got to know each other better and got very close while spending long hours at practice, creating the dance, and at competitions. We started dating at the end of that year and have never looked back!

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
On our fifth anniversary, he planned a full day date in New York City. The plan was to first have lunch near Central Park, then go for a boat ride in the middle of Central Park. He told me we had ballroom dancing lessons and dinner on the Upper Eastside lined up. Little did I know that halfway through, he would propose! After lunch, we walked through Central Park to the Loeb boathouse where we both climbed into a two-person rowboat. He rowed me into the middle of the lake, got down on one knee and proposed! Our closest friends and our siblings were hiding nearby watching the whole thing and after I said yes, they all started to cheer! A few of our close friends also were taking photos and videos and we had a photoshoot through the park. Afterward, we went to my house where our parents, grandparents, and friends had all gathered for a surprise engagement party!

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.
Venue:
This was the first thing we started to plan. We wanted a venue that was big enough to have all of our guests, was beautiful, was relatively close to home and had accommodation - as the majority of our guests would be flying in to attend. We looked in both Maryland and New Jersey, where Amol and my families are from, respectively and we found the perfect place at the Sheraton Parsippany! We chose the Marriott Hanover for our Garba as it had a beautiful ballroom and was in close proximity to the Sheraton.

Wedding Planner:
We decided that we wanted a day-of-coordinator to help us plan our wedding and coordinate on the wedding day so it would run smoothly and we could just focus on enjoying. Our wedding planner was Neeti with Ring to Aisle Events. She did a wonderful job helping us with a lot of the planning leading up to the big day, and on the day of our wedding, she and her team helped run everything smoothly and efficiently.

Hair & Makeup:
We reached out to many of our friends and family members for hair and makeup suggestions, and many of them had recommended Anita Shah. After looking at some of her work on Instagram, I reached out and booked her! She was wonderful to work with and created beautiful, elegant looks for all of my events!

Decor:
We wanted a mix of classy, vibrant, and traditional for our decor. For the Garba, we wanted bright colors that reflected the festivity of the event. For our ceremony, we wanted red, pink, white as our main color palette. We knew we wanted a circular mandap with pillars since we liked the look and felt it would give good visibility to our guests. For our reception, we wanted an elegant look and Nirali Decor worked with us closely to bring our vision to life!

Photo/Video:
This was one of our final vendors that we decided on as we spent a lot of time researching to find vendors with the style that matched what we wanted. We were lucky to find Ishan/Preeti with Ishan Fotografi and Peter with My Wedding Maker. They were both amazing to work with, made us feel natural during photoshoots, captured some very special moments, and both added artistry to their photos and videos.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I knew I wanted a traditional red- and gold-coloured lengha for the wedding ceremony and a blush pink colour for the reception. We went to India for our outfits and on the first day, I landed, my family and I went to Asopalav in Ahmedabad and I found both my wedding and reception outfits that day!

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part was working together as a couple during the planning process, and also having our families being very involved and supportive. It felt like the process as a whole brought us closer as a couple, and it also brought our families closer. We also really enjoyed being able to bring to life what we both value for our special day.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our guests gave us great feedback regarding food, decor, etc. However, what everyone told us that they loved was the energy of the weekend! They said that every event was full of life, excitement, and love!

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
There were a few really special moments that stick out in my mind whenever I think of the wedding. The first look on the morning of the wedding day was a beautiful, intimate, and very emotional moment for us as we saw each other for the first time on that special day! Walking down the aisle was a truly memorable experience, I was nervous walking into the room full of people but when the doors open and I saw Amol looking back at me from under the mandap, I felt an overwhelming sense of calmness and joy!

For events other than your ceremony, please tell us as much as you would like about the decor, style, dances, and all the special details.
Mehndi: We wanted a warm atmosphere, which Nirali decor helped us create with a rich-colored backdrop, table overlays, and festive cushions at the foot of the stage. During the first half of the evening, our guests mingled enjoyed dinner and had their mehndi done. For the second half, many of our close friends and family members performed beautiful and meaningful songs. Our siblings surprised us with a heartfelt and moving song, which was one of the true highlights of the evening!

Garba: Since we met on a Garba/Raas team, this event was very special to us. We wanted a traditional and vibrant atmosphere, with a decorated hichko on one end of the hall and a brightly colored backdrop on the other. We had a beautiful Radha Krishna murti placed in the center of the hall. After doing aarti, we all did Garba and then Raas. During the intermission, Amol and I did a dance together, after which our Raas teammates joined us for a fun and nostalgic dance compiled of segments from our old dance routines!

Reception: The reception started with memorable entrances from our parents and siblings. Then Amol and I entered and did our first dance to a special song that was played on the piano by my brother. We then had some sweet and hilarious speeches from our siblings and parents along with some amazing dances from our friends. After we had dinner, we had a fantastic night dancing with all of our guests!

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Wedding planning can definitely be stressful, but it is always important to keep perspective on how special and meaningful this day will be to you and your husband! Take every effort to enjoy and make the most of each moment of your special day/weekend!

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
It was great working with all of our other vendors that worked tirelessly to make our wedding so memorable, including our mehndi artist, Henna by Riddhi; our caterers, Moghul, Amiya, and Ganesh Divine; our DJ, MVPDJs; our wedding cake vendor, Palermo Bakery; and our florists, Denville Florist and Patel Flowers!

Part two of this love-fueled bash coming up! 

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Planning & Design: Ring to Aisle Events | Photography: Ishan Fotografi | Hair & Makeup: Makeup by Anita | Mehndi Venue: Sheraton Parsippany Hotel | Ceremony Venue: Sheraton Parsippany Hotel | Reception Venue: Sheraton Parsippany Hotel | Floral & Decor: Nirali Decor | DJ: MVP DJs | Cakes & Treats: Palermo's Bakery | Cinematography: My Wedding Maker | Mehndi Artist: Henna by Riddhi


Leesburg, VA Contemporary Fusion Wedding by House of Talent Studio

The gorgeous ceremony came to an end and it was official, Aveena & Kayur were finally married! To celebrate the milestone big time, our lovebirds decided to go big with the reception! Guess who planned and designed it? The team from CG & Co Events, of course! Such a gorgeous party needed the pros and with the catering wonders of IndAroma, what can possibly be missing? Such a treat! What was also stunning was Maharani Aveena's ruby custom made saree. Seriously, this bride is such a talented beauty! Just look at that design! So chic and modern but with the right amount of tradition! Ladies, this feature is definitely something you can't miss if glam is what you seek! Head down to our gallery of today thanks to House of Talent Studio and have a glimpse of this beautiful celebration. 

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?

Bride's Perspective:

 

Kayur was my best friend in our medical residency even though I was not his (hard to compete with Alexey). We laughed, went shopping, went to dinner, and made the 3 years of long work hours fun and full of laughter.

 

Months after residency, Kayur asked if I would go on a date with him. I laughed at the idea but then quickly realized he was being serious. I had heard rumors that he had a crush on me, but then again, he had a crush on every girl that walked by.

 

We went out to dinner (as we had done a million times), but this time I was nervous! Those nerves quickly flew out the door of Lavo when we took silly pictures together just like any other time. Then, after dinner, there was an unexpected surprise - a trip to the top of the world (or at least in New York it is) to the top of the Empire State Building. That was the beginning of our love story.

Groom's Perspective:

I met Aveena during my medical residency. We were in the same graduating class, but it was not until the middle of our intern year that we became friends. Two of my best friends during residency were Aveena and my dear friend, Alexey. Over the next three years of residency, Aveena and I became the best of friends. We both had our ups and downs during residency and like any good friendship, we had our fair share of arguments and fights in the stressful setting of grueling medical training.

As time went by, I got to know the type of person Aveena truly was. I was grateful to have a friend like Aveena by my side. She was sweet, caring, funny, intelligent, had a good head on her shoulders, and was always there for you.

When it comes to finding a potential partner in life, every individual has their checklist. Like most people, I had my mental checklist of what I was looking for in a wife. Aveena fulfilled that checklist.

Then, one day, the stars aligned. I was encouraged by most of my friends to ask Aveena out. We already had an amazing friendship and everyone knew I secretly liked her, so I finally asked her out months after the residency ended and after she moved back to Virginia (talk about bad timing on my part).

We dated and dated some more. We became even better friends. This time around, the girl was perfect; the girl met my checklist, and my date was able to fill the shoes of Aveena Kochar. My friends were happy for me and some were even shocked that I was mature enough to settle down and not be girl crazy for once. I had never felt this way about any girl in my entire life. I fell in love with my best friend. Now, I get to marry my best friend.

Our story speaks for itself; those that were along for the ride have seen our love grow and mature into something words cannot explain.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
The proposal was truly a surprise. I had no idea that Kayur was going to propose, but apparently everyone around me did! It was my birthday week (and Kayur knows this is the most important week of the year). My actual birthday was on a Wednesday, so I was excited to celebrate my birthday that weekend and was eager for a Saturday brunch with family and friends. I thought I had it all figured out and was convinced that Kayur was going to surprise me with a helicopter ride followed by a brunch at Meat Packing District's famous party brunch spot, Bagatelle. Kayur did a great job of playing along and gleefully admitted to the helicopter ride and Bagatelle brunch. However, he did say that he had one more surprise in the morning prior to the already known events. It was around 10:30 am on Saturday, December 16, 2017, when we left our apartment. Before we left (in true Kayur fashion), he fussed about how I needed to change my coat and wear a different beanie. He then went on to tuck my hair behind my ear (so that it wouldn't block my face for the surprise photographer) and complained that I was making us late (again).

I asked Kayur where we were going, but he would not share that information. However, as we proceeded to walk to the downtown 6 train station, I guessed that we were going to the Brooklyn Bridge, and he had no choice but to say "yes." Meanwhile, on the train, I had a mini panic attack and randomly said to Kayur, "I hope you're not proposing to me today. Are you proposing to me? Tell me you're not proposing. I am not ready to get married. Is the ring in this pocket?" Believe it or not, he was calm at this point and silent, though he was probably having a major panic attack within. Anyone that knows Kayur knows that he was probably spazzing out internally. Calmly, he said, "why would you think that?" and then said, "no, it is in this pocket, but it is not a ring; I'll show it to you when we get off the train."

We finally got off the train and began our walk to the Brooklyn Bridge. He finally pulled out whatever he was hiding in his right coat pocket; it happened to be a thick red permanent Sharpie marker! He then asked me if I could guess what activity we were doing on the bridge with this marker. To his satisfaction (as he had predicted months before), I had no clue and did not know what the point of the Sharpie was. After a few minutes of walking, I was still puzzled. Eventually, I figured it out! Excitedly, I said, "love locks!" He smiled and nodded his head. The very first thing he did after was to gloat and rub in the fact that he was right when he predicted that I was not going to guess what the marker was for. He then told me that he got a special lock, which he was going to reveal later. At this point, I was only thinking about the lock and eager to go on the helicopter ride.

We continued walking on the pedestrian walkway of the Brooklyn Bridge when Kayur suddenly stopped. I turned my head slightly to the left and saw a photographer taking pictures. I said, "Kayur, there is someone taking pictures of us." Kayur replied, "I know; Aveena, there is no helicopter ride or brunch." Kayur turned me sideways (so that the photographer got the right angle), and got down on one knee.

After a heartfelt speech, a beautiful photoshoot, and a freezing walk across the bridge, the two of us enjoyed lunch at the River Cafe followed by yet another surprising celebration with our closest family and friends at our apartment which was covered with countless pictures of the two of us and rose petals. We popped champagne, had dessert, and continued the celebration through the evening/night!

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.
Wedding planning was rather a very challenging process for my husband and I. We were the wedding planners and then we hired a wedding day-of coordinator to execute our vision. Both my husband and I are extremely busy physicians with busy schedules. We are both perfectionists and wanted the wedding to be memorable, and thus, we wanted to plan every detail of our wedding ourselves. What made the wedding planning even more difficult is the fact that we lived in New York City and our wedding took place in Virginia. So, planning a wedding in another state was another challenge. However, we could not have wanted it any other way. We carefully selected our vendors after countless hours of phone calls, emails, and research to see who the best vendors in the area were and which vendors would execute our vision. This was not easy, but after going through an organized planning process and vetting each vendor, we found our venue and hired our vendors. Each of the vendors and the overall venues definitely fit our style/personalities. The vendor that was the most difficult to decide on was the "Day of Coordinator." We spoke to at least 15 different wedding planners/coordinators across the northeast part of the U.S. We wanted someone that was easy going, understanding, and respected our vision and plan, and Christine Godsey truly delivered! Given our busy schedules and living in New York, we had to be organized, disciplined, and efficient to execute a perfect wedding.

If we had one word to describe what we wanted our wedding day to be like, it would be MEMORABLE. We wanted our guests to fondly remember the fun memories that they made during "Aveena and Kayur’s" wedding weekend.  We wanted the wedding to be unique, not traditionally Indian, and individualized to cater to our guests and represent our personalities.  We wanted to do things that other couples haven’t done before to stand out and be remembered in our guests’ minds, so we personalized every little detail. We strived for perfection and our goal was for a guest to see “Aveena” and “Kayur” everywhere they looked. We personalized everything from signage to décor to cocktail napkins to food. That was the key. We wanted a laid back yet elegant feel to the weekend and wanted our guests to feel loved, comfortable, and relaxed. Indian weddings can be stressful and overwhelming for guests, but we wanted to make sure they had time to themselves to enjoy the resort as well!

Our Friday event ("Welcome Soiree / Dinner")was at Fleetwood Farm and Winery which is a relatively new winery in the Northern Virginia area and is about 4 years old.  We wanted Friday to be different from a traditional Sangeet or Garba that is common for Punjabi and Gujarati weddings, respectively.  Fleetwood has a beautiful traditional house with a tasting room that we used for our cocktail hour with an outdoor patio, a large lawn great for lawn games like cornhole and Jenga, and a large indoor/outdoor pavilion where dinner, speeches, and dancing occurred.  We loved taking pictures in the vineyards, the archway, and multiple different areas around the property prior to our event. Our overall experience with Fleetwood Winery was amazing. They were exceptional and the venue was everything we had hoped for.

Lansdowne Resort and Spa is a beautiful resort and spa in Leesburg, Virginia.  For our wedding, we wanted our guests to relax, enjoy some fresh Virginia air, and enjoy a weekend getaway. Lansdowne offers several pools, a golf course, a spa, and many other amenities all while being conveniently located near Dulles International Airport and Washington, D.C. for our many guests traveling from out of town. The resort offered both indoor and outdoor spaces which allowed us to have a beautiful and intimate outdoor wedding ceremony, a combined indoor/outdoor cocktail hour, and an elegant, classy indoor wedding reception in their largest ballroom.  We wanted our guests to have the convenience of being able to walk from their rooms to the events located around Lansdowne, and with majority of our guests staying at the resort, it was wonderful to see both sides of our families and our friends meeting each other at various places around the resort-like mingling by the pool, chatting in the lobby, or drinking at the hotel bar together. We LOVED Lansdowne and everything turned out perfectly.

My overall experience with the Hair & Makeup was very positive. I could not have asked for a better Hair & Makeup Artist, Caitlyn Meyer (https://www.caitlynmeyer.com/). I received several compliments from friends and family and the hair and makeup were done the way I had imagined it. I later found out that Caitlyn Meyer has also done makeup for various celebrities including Eva Longoria!

I feel that my biggest accomplishment, however, was selecting our decorator. I wanted something different and something unique, memorable, and not traditional. I wanted our decor to be classy and elegant, and Geteey Omar from Platinum Wedding & Décor (http://platinumweddingsva.com/) delivered just that. Our wedding ceremony and reception decor left my husband and me along with our guests speechless. The decor was beyond classy and beautiful and will be unforgettable.

We didn’t have a specific color scheme.  Our decorations were mostly white, light pink, with some gold.  We wanted a fresh and clean look with a bit of bedazzle. The unique centerpieces had a mixture of fresh orchids, roses, and greens. 

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My wedding and reception outfits were custom designed by myself and created by my tailor in New Delhi, India.

For our Friday pre-wedding Welcome Soiree, I wore a floral, net midi-dress with a strappy back and strappy shoes.

For the wedding ceremony, I wore a high-low, light pink suit which was atypical from the traditional red worn by Indian brides.

For the wedding reception, I wore a unique, self-designed three-tiered Lengha bottom with a long-cape sleeve choli top (with gold tassels) paired with Valentino sandals.

Bride's shoes:

Welcome Dinner: Giuseppe Zanotti
Wedding Ceremony: Badgley Mischka
Wedding Reception: Valentino

Bride’s Jewelry:

My wedding reception jewelry was a gift from my parents and worn by my mom at her own wedding.

 

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our guests loved MANY things about our wedding, but the top things they loved and the top compliments we continue to receive are as follows:

 

1. Décor! This has by far been the number one compliment we have received. Some say guests remember the food and music, but our guests have been talking about our décor. Our guests have told us that they were speechless when they saw our décor in the main reception ballroom. Honestly, we were speechless when we saw it. Our decorator did an incredible job from start to finish. From the ceremony florals to the ceremony aisle décor to the centerpieces at the reception to the entrance table to the fresh flowers on our wedding cake to the bride/groom stage, the décor was left everyone speechless. The décor definitely exemplified the elegance and classy personality of the bride and groom.

2. Our guests loved how well organized our wedding weekend was with most guests stating that this was the most organized and timely fashioned wedding they had ever been to.

3. Our guests LOVED our pre-wedding event, which took place at a local Winery! The event was not a traditional Sangeet or Garba, but was a more relaxed and fun Welcome Soiree/Dinner!

4. The CAKE and food! Guests could not stop talking about how delicious the cake was and the food that was served the entire weekend! Our food selection for both days was creative, fun, and tasty.

5. Our Emcees! Our guest loved the reception program and emcees who did an amazing job hosting the reception program and kept the crowd entertained for the entire duration with old pictures/videos of the bride and groom and jokes/stories about the bride and groom.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The Emcees and the first dance! The Emcees (bride’s brother and groom’s best friend) put on an incredible show and kept the crowd entertained and hosted a well thought out program from emotional speeches to dances and jokes about the bride and groom! The first dance was memorable because it is exactly how we pictured it and planned it. It was sweet, slow, and personal in the beginning, and then transitioned into an upbeat party song which transitioned into the opening of the dance floor with all the guests coming to join the couple on the dance floor to dance/party.

 

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Enjoy wedding planning! It is a very difficult and stressful time in a couple’s life (especially if the bride and groom are planning every detail of the big day), but try to enjoy wedding planning and make it fun regardless of how hard it is. We planned our wedding down to a “T” in a state we do not live in and it ended up being spectacular. Wedding planning included months of stress, arguments, and frequent travel down to Virginia where the wedding was going to take place. It was not easy planning a wedding from another state, but we never gave up and we made sure every aspect/detail of the wedding was accounted for. The bride and groom are both perfectionists and wanted to throw a memorable party for their guests. However, try to enjoy wedding planning because it should be fun (easier said than done)!

Another piece of advice is to know that your wedding will never be perfect despite how hard you plan and how hard your vendors try. There will always be imperfections but know that those imperfections will only be known to you and not your guests. No wedding is perfect and things may go wrong, but we learned to embrace the imperfections and our wedding weekend still ended up being pure and perfect in our own eyes. Make the most of your wedding planning process and wedding day because it goes by FAST.

We think that the most important lesson we learned is that even after all of the superficial and materialistic details that go into the creation of a beautiful wedding weekend, the only thing that matters is the end result, that we married each other. The goal of a wedding is to marry the person you love and everything else (décor, entertainment, food, music, and dancing) is second. At the end of the day, you married the person you fell in love with in front of your closest friends and family members and that lesson is priceless.

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
While we tried to respect tradition, we also individualized and personalized our wedding to a “T.”  Our welcome bags included a welcome message, Kayur and Aveena’s favorite snacks, a “nutrition facts” card to explain all the items, an itinerary, and a list of phone numbers for our guests’ convenience.  For our pre-wedding event, we opted for a “Welcome Soiree” at a winery instead of a traditional Garba or Sangeet.

Additionally, I joined the Groom’s Baraat which is a new and slowly upcoming trend in modern-day Indian weddings (also known as a Bridal Baraat). I entered on a golf cart with bubble guns and performed a surprise dance with Kayur’s groomsmen. Each of the groomsmen also had a bubble gun. We had never seen bubble guns used before during a Baraat, so that was new for us and our guests. Usually, colored powder guns are commonplace, but bubble guns were definitely a new, fun, and creative idea!

We had a traditional Sikh ceremony, but it was outside at the resort with a Mandap and a beautiful scenic backdrop of the mountains in the middle of the afternoon which is very different from the traditional morning Sikh wedding in the Gurudwara.  Traditionally, there is a long break between the wedding and the reception, but we only had 3 hours between them.

 

Lastly, we made our first and main entrance into the cocktail hour which we had not seen at any other wedding before as the bride and groom typically are very busy and never end up making it to cocktail hour. However, this was very important to us and we wanted to make a special appearance and dramatic entrance into cocktail hour to greet and mingle with our guests before the start of the formal reception!

What made our day/weekend unique was the degree of personalization.  We tried to incorporate new ideas and personalize traditional ones. We have never seen a Caricature Artist in any of the weddings we have ever been to in our life, so we thought this would be creative and unique, and also a nice memento/favor for our guests at the Welcome Dinner. Furthermore, Indian Weddings usually have a traditional Sangeet/Garba the day before the wedding. In our case, we had a Welcome Soiree Dinner the day before our wedding.

Our guestbook was a Birthday Calendar (instead of a traditional guestbook) so that guests could write/sign their names on their actual birthday!

Many Baraats have colored guns, but we chose to have bubble guns instead during our Baraat. 

The two most special considerations we want to share are our Welcome Bags and Cocktail Napkins (pictures will need to be added). First, we had personalized cocktail napkins. Now, you may think that every couple does this, which is very true, but we liked ours because we had 6 different cocktail napkin designs. We had 5 different colored cocktail napkins with creative wedding quotes/phrases that represented us (“Love,” “YAY!”, “Best Day Ever,” etc.) in addition to our names or initials with our wedding date below each quote (“Aveena and Kayur July 27, 2019,” “#AveKay 7.27.19,” “A & K est. 7/27/19”). The most creative cocktail napkin we had was our sixth design, which was “Cheers to the Bride & Groom” with our Bitmoji pictures! We thought it would be cute and creative to depict our animated selves so that guests could talk about it.

We had a 4-tiered cake with three different flavors: Pina Colada (cake infused with pineapples and coconut pieces), Vanilla Cake with Toasted Coconut and Rasberry filling, Carmelicious (butterscotch cake with caramel cream cheese).

Our Friday Soiree was American food with an Indian influence. The hors d’oeuvres included items like chicken tikka masala wraps, spicy lamb sliders, mini shrimp tacos, avocado toast bites, and mini masala dosas paired with signature cocktails which were a Frose topped with lemon sorbet and melon lemonade.  Dinner consisted of American with an Indian influenced entrée (“Thali”).

The wedding reception food started with a cocktail hour which included a unique Aam Palak Chaat station, Bhel Puri served in cones, Pani Puri shots, Tandoori shrimp with mango salsa, chili paneer, and lamb chops. The dinner included traditional Indian dishes like chicken tikka masala and dal makhani paired with a unique Shaam Savera paneer dish and Nilgiri lamb.

During the wedding reception, we had an assortment of Indian and American desserts. In addition to our popular cake, we had traditional Indian desserts such as Gulab Jamun, Ras Malai, and Kulfi Ice Cream with Falooda. We also had Chocolate Mousse cups and chocolate tulips.

During our Welcome Soiree, we had an epic Ice Cream Truck, Wonderment Bakeshop, and Creamery, come to the Winery and deliver different flavored ice cream cookie sandwiches to our guests! Guests enjoyed dessert by going up to the ice cream truck and picking out whatever flavor they liked. Our flavors included:

1.      Vanilla Bean with chocolate chip cookies
2.      Mint chocolate chip with chocolate cookies
3.      Blueberry ice cream with lemon sugar cookies
4.      Cookie dough with chocolate chip cookies
5.      Tiramisu with chocolate cookies
6.      Toasted coconut with sugar cookies

 

Amazing wasn't it? More to come! 

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Catering: IndAroma | Photography: House of Talent Studio | Cinematography: House of Talent Studio | Planning & Design: CG & Co Events | Sangeet Venue: Fleetwood Farm Winery | Ceremony Venue: Lansdowne Resort and Spa | Reception Venue: Lansdowne Resort and Spa | Floral & Decor: Platinum Wedding & Decor | Hair & Makeup: Caitlyn Meyer Professional Makeup Artist and Hair Stylist | DJ: Extra Hot DJs | Bridal Fashion: Bride's Design | Bridal Jewelry: A gift from Bride's Parents | Cakes & Treats: Edibles Incredible Desserts | Fireworks: A2Z Music Factory | Lighting: Extra Hot DJs | Mehndi Artist: Naseem’s Henna and Art | Photo Booth: Exclusively Entertainment | Tuxedos: Book A Tailor | Welcome Dinner: Heirloom Catering & Event Styling | Starlit Dance Floor: Stellar LLC | Caricature Artist: Caricature Artists Group


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