Go up
See the latest in:

MAGAZINE

PLATINUM VENDOR BLOG

Haiku, HI Sikh Fusion Wedding by Anna Kim Photography

FILMS

Dearborn, MI Indian Wedding by Capturing Arts

hamburger
REAL WEDDINGS PG BLOG INDIA BLOG FILMS BLOG VENDOR GUIDE GALLERY THE MAGAZINE
Maharani Weddings Blog The Platinum Guide Blog India Blog Indian Wedding Videos MAGAZINES Submit a wedding

The Platinum Guide Blog

All posts with Color "Gold"

Buena Park, CA Indian Wedding by Peter Nguyen Studio

Good morning, ladies! We hope you are ready to dive into a rollercoaster of emotions and traditional flair because Sapna & Maulik's wedding is going to make tour heart melt with tenderness and joy. So, get ready to be part of this inspiring story! The beautiful images captured by Peter Nguyen Studio are sure to put a smile on your face. The way they managed to immortalize the most beautiful moments of this wedding bash is impressive! There is no doubt that our two lovebirds were more than glad to have this photographic studio onboard taking shots that will remain to posterity. The traditional Hindu ceremony hosted at The Spice Garden overflowed with all the things we love: traditional decor, solemn and intimate moments, and lots of love. Although there was so much to admire, it was our lovely Maharani who stole the show. She amazed everyone as she walked down the aisle, looking like a princess dressed in her red lengha with golden embroidery designed by Sabyasachi. But that is not all! She took her bridal look to the next level, with a glamorous makeup and a sleek hairstyle designed by Dolled up by Lulu, which praised the adorable and captivating smile of our beautiful Maharani. Hands down, this was the wedding celebration Sapna & Maulik always wanted, and the best way to start their everlasting married life and their journey into their very own happily ever after. Darlings, if you want to take a closer look at all the beauty surrounding this wedding, do not miss today's jaw-dropping gallery! It is an absolute visual delight, and we are sure you will love it.

photo #300652
photo #300657
photo #300677
photo #300680
photo #300684
photo #300912
photo #300699
photo #300703
photo #300704
photo #300913
photo #300708
photo #300711
photo #300723
photo #300737
photo #300738
How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I met my husband through family from my dad's side. I knew he was the one when we first started talking, we connected so well together. He sent me a message on September 2nd, 2018, I replied back 1 hour later. We started talking through message for a few weeks and from there everyday after that we were on the phone for at least an hour each night if not more.  He's patient, kind, fun, smart, and an amazing husband. We would talk about random things from food to favorite places to pet peeves. He was living in Maryland at the time and I was in California. I invited him to fly out to Cali for my birthday weekend to get to know each other. Let me just say, I had NEVER done anything like that before, but if felt right and felt like I had known him forever. December 15th 2018 he proposed and we got married on June 27th 2020.  I knew from the 1st phone call that he was "the ONE".
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Ok, are you ready for this...this was the best/funny proposal EVER!! My boyfriend had planned this perfect proposal in San Diego with the sunset and music in the back. I had no idea, and knowing me I take forever to get ready, and I had messed up his plans with the sunset proposal. We still go to San Diego, and act like everything is normal, he than writes a note on his phone explaining to the person that will be driving the canoe, that I will be proposing to my fiancee. We stop in the middle of the water, where good pictures cannot be taken, I turn around and he's on his knees with the ring and I have this HUGE smile on my face and the "aww" moment. I give him the biggest hug and kiss with no words to describe how I was feeling.
 
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 overall experience was one big rollercoaster. At first, I thought I was going to cancel my wedding due to the pandemic situation. Luckily, I found the banquet hall "The Spice Garden" where I had my wedding held and was a magical moment that day. I had my hair and makeup done by Lulu (dolledupbylulu), who is an amazing/patient artist. My outfits were done in India, and I love the decor theme that I did. I was going for traditional look that also looked fancy and went with my lengha.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I selected my bridal lengha on the spot when I went to India in December. I had the color in mind and what kind of pattern that I was going for. I was going for a red traditional bride look because I knew what kind of jewelry I wanted to wear and how I wanted my makeup and hair style done. When it comes to shopping I am really peeky as to what kind of work it is or what color the blouse and dupatta will be. Doing shopping in India from Asopalav was amazing because I got all my outfits from there and I'm really happy with all of the outfits that I wore on the both days. 
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part of the planning process was putting all of it together, from starting to the guest list to all the way to the decorations to choosing the food. It was like puzzle pieces coming together day by day with all the planning that was done by my family and I. I really enjoyed the planning process and got to experience/learn new ritual along the way. 
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
The guests loved the ceremony and the food.
Also, they loved the setup and how everything was organized and falling into place with the sitting arrangement.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
A special moment in my wedding that constantly replays in my mind is, when I walked down the aisle like a princess, knowing that I am marrying the love of my life who is going to be now my husband. Another special moment that constantly replays in my mind is when we did the pheras around the fire and promised to be with each other for eternity.
 
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.
I want to thank Vishal Kumar the owner of The Spice Garden, Peter Nguyen Studio and his team for the cinematography and the wonderful pictures. The decorations and the style of the set up was ABSOLUTELY fantastic. It was my wedding dream come true. A big shoutout to my girls who were my bridesmaids for the beautiful dances they did. The decorations were mind blowing and matched my outfit that I was wearing for the wedding day.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Work together
Don't rush through life's landmarks
Enjoy each other
laugh together
Never bring up mistakes from the past
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
My mehndi was gorgeous and I really loved every small detail that was done to signify the love that I have for my husband. I had a stethoscope drawn with his initial "M" in the middle to show my love for him and that I LOVE HIM SO VERY MUCH?

That is all for today, darlings! See you tomorrow for a new lovely and inspiring story!
STYLE
GUIDE
style
Traditional
Romantic
Luxury
season
Summer
color
Hair & Makeup: Dolled up by Lulu | Photography: Peter Nguyen Studio | Cinematography: Peter Nguyen Studio | Ceremony Venue: The Spice Garden | Pre-Wedding Hair & Makeup: Beauty Creation By Sylvia | Bridal Fashions: Sabyasachi


Parsippany-Troy Hills, NJ Styled Photoshoot by Saroj Studios

Good Morning, ladies! Do you know how they say that perfection is in the details? Well, we want to help you achieve that beautiful and perfect wedding you've always imagined, and there is no better way to do it than check today's styled photoshoot. So, get ready to enjoy it! Today, we'll be taking you inside the halls of the Sheraton Parsippany to take a look at what perfection looks like! Events By Srishti planned and designed this styled photoshoot with impressive attention to detail that got us utterly amazed! To enhance this venue's beauty, Nirali Decor crafted marvelous backgrounds and sceneries that we are sure you will love as they demonstrate how you can use your decor to create awesome shots that will make you look splendid. And talking about looks, what about the ravishing beauty of this model? Simply breathtaking! But there is no surprise here as she had the best allies to take care of this dreamy bridal look. Just take a look at this lineup of elite wedding vendors: DipBeauty.MUA glamorized this model, making her look like royalty while Manyavar Mohey took care of all fashion looks. To crown this traditional and fashionable style, Tinted Teal proportioned dazzling pieces of jewelry from their bridal collection that still has us sighing! Ladies, if you already have the ultimate bridal look you always wanted for your big day, make sure to enjoy yourself with a big entrance that will surely leave everyone speechless. A great way to do it is by arriving at your preferred venue in a luxurious car like the ones you can find at Monaco Exotics. And don't forget to have a great DJ to liven up every moment of your big day, especially the reception party! If you want to take your reception to the next level, Amplifire Entertainment is the way to go. They have an endless repertoire that will put everyone to dance! In case you were wondering who is the mastermind behind today's visual masterpieces, it is none other than Saroj Studios! And we have more amazing shots in today's full gallery, so make sure to check them out! You will be enchanted!

photo #300344
photo #300341
photo #300338
photo #300910
photo #300335
photo #300340
photo #300350
photo #300336
photo #300343
photo #300339
photo #300348
photo #300911

That is all for today, darlings! Make sure to join us tomorrow for more.

STYLE
GUIDE
style
Traditional
Luxury
Photography
season
Spring
color
DJ: Amplifire Entertainment | Photography: Saroj Studios | Hair & Makeup: DipBeauty.MUA | Cinematography: Saroj Studios | Planning & Design: Events By Srishti | Draping/Styling: DipBeauty.MUA | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Sheraton Parsippany | Floral & Decor: Nirali Decor | Bridal Fashions: Manyavar Mohey | Bridal Jewelry: Tinted Teal | Car Rental: Monaco Exotics


Dearborn, MI Indian Wedding by Strokes Photography

Good morning, Maharanis! We are glad you could join us today because we excited to share Navya & Nikhil's wedding festivities with you!. So, get ready to have a blast! We love Indian weddings as they are a cornucopia of beauty, elegance, colorful decors, and tons of emotions. So, you can imagine how happy we were when this ode to extravaganza and traditional flair came into our editorial desks. It was mindblowing as it packed everything we love to see at an Indian wedding, and so much more! And such a level of perfection and beauty is no casualty. To make this dreamy celebration come to life, our lovebirds had a fantastic lineup of wedding vendors working tirelessly to design a wedding beyond spectacular. Marigold Wedding Planners designed this entire wedding affair to perfection and transformed the halls of The Henry Autograph Dearborn into a magical and almost heavenly setting with a marvelous decor featuring soft colored hues that everyone loved. Although everything was captivating, Navya stole all the looks dressed in a traditional lengha with golden embroidery that made her look like a goddess! The Baraat and ceremony were animated by DJ Ice & Fresh Productions, and Naveen Productions - DJ, Lighting, Entertainment and Photo Booth enlivened the rest of the events, including the reception party that marked the end of the wedding festivities! Don't miss any detail of this wedding, and make sure to check today's gallery by Strokes Photography!

photo #300449
photo #300453
photo #300457
photo #300474
photo #300477
photo #300484
photo #300498
photo #300503
photo #300510
photo #300517
photo #300511
photo #300544
photo #300575
photo #300548
photo #300551
photo #300549
How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Nikhil and I met 10 years before we got married, at Wayne State University, in the heart of Detroit. We were neighbors in the dorm and first met on the elevator. I noticed Nikhil was carrying a biology lab book and mentioned that I need to buy one of those too, and he immediately offered me his, and said that he had an extra one. I stepped in his room to grab the book and was so impressed with how clean he kept his room, and that's when I knew he was the one! Haha just kidding! We quickly became best friends and spent so much time together between our classes, studying, and doing homework. We danced together on the Wayne State Raas team, ate countless meals together at the dining halls, and ignited a passion for traveling during our long walks around the city.
 
Nikhil has been my personal hype man and always encouraged and supported me throughout my years of medical training. He stands by my side and empowers me to be the absolute best version of myself. Whenever I'm with Nikhil, we laugh until our bellies hurt, I forget all of my worries, and seeing him makes my soul light up.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We went to Thailand in June 2018. It was a medical school graduation gift to me from Nikhil. He told me we had to go to Thailand and nowhere else because there were elephants there and of course how could I say anything but yes to that! After all, elephants are my favorite animal and it has always been a dream of mine to meet one of these majestic beasts.
 
It was exactly halfway through our trip. June 6th, 2018. We woke up super early and got ready just like every other day so far on the trip. But this day was different. This was the day I would get to spend the day playing with elephants and taking care of them! I was ecstatic to say the least.
 
I couldn't figure out the perfect outfit to wear, so he gave me one of his sweaters to wear. Luckily I got my nails done the night before because I insisted that my nails needed to look cute for the elephants! We got to the elephant sanctuary and I didn't realize a group of wild animals could make me this happy. Little did I know, I was about to become exponentially happier.
 
I was playing with two baby elephants when I heard "hey Navya..." I turned around and saw Nikhil down on one knee. I didn't really hear anything else he said after that (don't worry we have it captured on video). Of course I said yes and we shared the rest of our day with those glorious beasts that were part of the proposal.
 
We called our family that evening and I found out that Nikhil went to my parents house before our trip to ask their permission to marry me! He made sure I was out of the house by asking me to go shopping for our trip and he knew this would keep me out of the house for a few hours. Haha he knows me so well!
 
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 wanted a very simple and elegant wedding ceremony so we could keep the focus on the main event of the day- getting married! We designed a custom monogram/logo together and had a custom vinyl runner made with it. We also had take away bags printed with this monogram.
 
We all know Indian wedding ceremonies can be long, so we made a fun wedding program with a crossword puzzle on it. The clues were questions about Nikhil and I and all of our guests had so much fun figuring out the answers!
 
Nikhil and I collect ornaments from each new place we visit, so we wanted to give our wedding guests a Detroit ornament to commemorate the beginning of our journey! City Bird had the best wooden ornaments custom made for us and they were the perfect take away gift!
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
Nikhil and I went to India and went to countless stores to try on all the dresses! Each dress I wore, Nikhil would ask me how I felt in it and then he would tell me if he liked the dress or not. I had no idea what color dress I wanted, but I was definitely leaning towards a lighter color- because I love all things light, bright and airy! However, every time I tried on a light colored lengha, I was not impressed and did not feel special. I realized that I loved the way jewel tones looked on me and shifted my entire focus for the dress search. After several days of not finding "the one," I finally found a store that had the fabric types and dress styles that I loved. I tried on THE dress and immediately fell in love with it, and so did Nikhil!
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Right after we got engaged, I moved across the country and started my medical residency. Busy with work and living in another state made wedding planning a bit of a challenge but my sweet husband made the entire process a breeze for me. Although we were only able to see each other a handful of times over that year, we became closer than ever!
 
I spent my evenings planning and designing each event, and then I would convey my thoughts to Nikhil over a phone call. I would find a list of vendors that I thought would be suitable for us, and Nikhil would set up meetings and go to visit each one of them, and facetime me each time. He coordinated with both of our families, arranged all the taste testings, vendor meetings, and went to every meeting prepared with a document with all of the details I asked for.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
To this day, over one year later, our guests continue to talk about the food at our wedding. We couldn't be happier because food is what makes both of us the happiest, so we are so pleased that our family and friends thought that the food at our wedding was as great as we hoped it would be.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Although we planned to do a first look, we didn't have the chance to do one. The first time we saw each other was at the mandap, and I will never forget the look on Nikhil's face when he saw me. That was the moment that we both realized that we finally get to marry each other and we were so excited.
 
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.
The mehendi was an intimate event with close friends and family hosted in our parents backyard. My decor inspiration came from the handwritten notes that Nikhil would fold into origami paper cranes and give to me back in college. I showed him my vision and he and his family hand made hundreds of paper cranes to make it come to life!
 
We wanted the sangeet to be all about dancing and food, so we had a very colorful and dance oriented street fair themed event. We really wanted authentic Indian street vendor style food and Taste of India Suvai made our wishes come true with live food stations. Our guests spent the entire night dancing away and snuck away to the outdoor food stations whenever they had the chance.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Have fun planning and enjoy the whole process, it'll be over before you know it! Don't stress about the little things and keep your eye on the big picture because no one will know about those little details except for you! Pick vendors that you can get along with and communication is key!
 
It can be hard with Indian weddings to plan everything the way you want it, because traditions, culture, and family is such a big part of it. But, find a way to make your vision work while keeping those things in mind. Work with your family to see how you can incorporate your flair while keeping in mind some of the more traditional elements.
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
Thank you to all of our vendors who made our wedding weekend so special and memorable!

That is all for today, darlings! Make sure to join us tomorrow for more.
STYLE
GUIDE
style
Traditional
Romantic
Mehndi
season
Summer
color
Photography: Strokes Photography | DJ: Naveen Productions - DJ, Lighting, Entertainment and Photo Booth | Planning & Design: Marigold Wedding Planners | Baraat: DJ Ice & Fresh Productions | Floral & Decor: Marigold Wedding Planners | Ceremony Venue: The Henry Autograph Dearborn | Cinematography: Capturing Arts | Outfits & Jewelry: Custom made in India | Mehendi & Sangeet HMUA: Jennifer Martin | Ceremony Makeup: Bianca Sandiha | Ceremony Hair & Draping: Aysha Riaz | Mehendi: Henna Beauty by Krupa | Mehendi Venue: Groom's House | Mehendi Decor: Handmade by Groom and His Family | Sangeet Venue: Bharatiya Temple | Sangeet Food: Taste of India Suvai | Sangeet Food: Ann Arbor + Desi Indian Kulfi | Ceremony Aisle Runner: The Original Runner Company | Ceremony Food: Ashoka Indian Cuisine | Wedding Favors: Detroit Ornaments From City Bird


Carrollton, TX Indian Wedding by Vek Photo

Happy Tuesday, ladies! Get ready to be amazed by all the beauty surrounding Ziyana & Prem's big wedding bash! If the name of this lovely couple sounds familiar, that's because their wedding already featured in our Video Blog thanks to the fantastic film produced by Aria Cinema Films. And we loved this celebration so much that we couldn't wait to share the fabulous shots by Vek Photo with you. So, let's jump right into it! Right off the bat, we have to say that we love every moment of this fascinating event! From the solemn ceremony at the Sri Guruvayurappan Temple of Dallas to the grand reception party enlivened by DJ Riz Entertainment, everything was perfect. But we are not surprised that everything turned out to be this perfect as Shelley K Events orchestrated this celebration down to the smallest detail. The decor was in charge of Alpha Décor, who delivered nothing ut perfection, setting the mood for the different events and ceremonies. There was so much beauty everywhere, but nothing compared to the enchanting look of our blushing Maharani Ziyana. From her traditional and vibrant attires draped and tied by JJ Drapes, all the way to the fabulous makeup and hairstyle designed by Ishnae & Co, everything was drop-dead gorgeous. And we particularly loved the artistic Mehndi by Samira's Henna Designs. It added an extra touch of traditional flair to an already fantastic look! For more awesome shots of this magical wedding celebration, head into our gallery. You'll get tons of inspiring ideas to start planning your wedding!

photo #300085
photo #300089
photo #300088
photo #300052
photo #300063
photo #300049
photo #300058
photo #300056
photo #300354
photo #300106
photo #300130
photo #300126
photo #300127
photo #300100
How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I met my husband on Dil Mil. He was living in NY at the time and we matched and talked for a bit and the conversation died down. Then months later we reconnected and started talking again. He flew down to Dallas to see me and it’s been history since.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
So every time he came to Dallas he took me to a random restaurant for date night. He never told me where we were going but he would always tell me how to dress. In October 2018 he told me he’s going to take me to a fancy restaurant and he told me to dress up. I’m extra so he didn’t have to tell me twice. I texted my friend Chippi a dress that I found and she straight up said it’s ugly. She made me change into something else. You’d think I would have some idea now but nope. So I finally wore the outfit chippi agreed on. He took me to reunion tower and after dinner he told me let’s go up and see the view. I was like no I don’t want to mess up my hair but he insisted that we do. Me being the clueless person I am was annoyed and said ok fine but I would be mad if I messed up my hair. We went up there and when he went down on one knee I said omg yes and tried to snatch the ring from him. I freaked out for sure and before he could ask I kept saying yes. He finally asked in between my screaming and my brother, his sister and her husband, my best friend, Prem’s best friend and his wife, my cousins and most of my friends flew in to surprise me. I was in so much shock I didn’t even know what was going on for a while. When I finally came to my senses I freaked out again because everyone was there. It was a surprise proposal for sure. He did good
 
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.
Planning was the most stressful part. I had a great planner and if it wasn’t for Shelley I would’ve been lost. All my vendors were so great and I can’t say enough things about them. I knew Riz before the wedding and one of the first people I called was Riz and he was super helpful. For makeup I was super picky and I went with Ishnae and omg they’re the sweetest people you’ll meet. They book up so quick and I literally booked them before I booked my venue. For decor we went with alpha and I was blown away when I walked into my reception hall because they went above and beyond. We picked Vinnie from VEK photo for photos and he’s very well known and he helped us get our videographer Ali from Aria. Ali and Vinnie are definitely considered the A team.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I went to India for wedding shopping. I got a South Indian Saree for the wedding and that was all my mom. She helped me pick it out. The reception lehnga was a huge mess since I picked it out from India. I got it from India but after I got back home I hated it. A few weeks before the wedding I found this Instagram page named mayasboutique and I got in touch with the owner Jenny and she helped me pick out my reception lehnga. It was so pretty and Jenny was super helpful. I wanted to stay away from red for reception but this lehnga was so pretty I ended up wearing red. I also ended up getting my mehndi outfit from her. My whole decor was peach and gold. The bridesmaids wore peach lehnga and the groomsmen wore peach tie and socks.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part definitely have to be shopping. I had so much fun picking out outfits for the bridesmaids. The bridesmaids had two outfits. They wore traditional kasavu Saree and jewelry for the ceremony and for reception they switched to a lehnga. I custom made the lehnga in India and it was the best. I picked out the fabric and stitched the outfits for them. I also picked out their jewelry and it was honestly so much fun. For ceremony the groomsmen wore peach kurta with mundu and they all looked super traditional and for reception they wore a suit that my husband picked out. We had our little ring beaters wear matching mundu and kurta with the groomsmen which was so cute. The junior bridesmaids wore red outfit to match with the bridesmaids blouse in the morning. Dressing up the bridal party was my most favorite part about the wedding for sure.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
DJ! Everyone loved Riz and Freddy. They kept the crowd entertained all night. Prem’s friends from NY raved about how great the DJ was. Everyone raved about the food too. My family friend Sunny uncle from India garden catered and everyone kept saying how great the food was. I’ve known sunny uncle since I was a kid and he went above and beyond for us. Also, we had a taco truck to end the night and everyone kept saying how that was something different they’ve never seen before.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The actual ceremony part for sure. It was something special for both of us and we loved how traditional it was. Prem wrote me a letter and I didn’t expect to cry so much as I did. It was so sweet and I definitely messed up my makeup.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Don’t stress. Everything would be ok. Nobody is going to remember the small details and everyone is going to remember how happy you were. Hire a planner!! Don’t cut cost on that please. I was happy because the day of my wedding because I knew “Shelley got it”
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
I’m a huge fan of Disney movies. When we started dating we used to love watching beauty and the beast. I told my henna artist Samira who is very very talented that I love the movie. She actually drew beauty and the beast on my henna. Everyone who saw it was amazed by how perfect it was.

Please visit us tomorrow, we have something special prepared just for you!
STYLE
GUIDE
style
Traditional
Romantic
Contemporary
season
Winter
color
Lighting: DJ Riz Entertainment | Mehndi Artists: Samira's Henna Designs | Lighting: DJ Riz Entertainment | Lighting: DJ Riz Entertainment | Draping/Styling: JJ Drapes | Cinematographer: Aria Cinema Films | Photographer: Vek Photo | Ceremony Venue: Sri Guruvayurappan Temple of Dallas | Reception Venue: Omni Mandalay Las Colinas | Planning & Design: Shelley K Events | Floral & Decor: Alpha Décor | Hair & Makeup: Ishnae & Co | Catering (Dinner): India Garden Dallas | Catering (Lunch): Saravanaa Bhavan | Bridal Fashions: Mayas Desi Boutique Dallas | Bridal Fashions: Kalyan's India | Bridal Jewelry: Bhima Jewelery | Bridal Jewelry: Kalyan Jewellers | Cake & Treats: Fancy Cakes By Lauren | Photo Booth: Social Production Photo Booths | Transportation: Prime Limo & Car Services | After Party Taco Truck: Tacos El Pueblo | Dholi for Baraat & Reception: Dholi TK


Somerset, NJ Indian Wedding by Manish and Sung Photography

Happy Thursday, ladies! We hope you are ready to dive into a new love story because Jaya & Sunil's wedding affair will make your heart melt with tenderness and joy. Not to mention that you will get tons of inspiring ideas from it, so let's get ready to check it out! The halls of The Marigold hosted the long-awaited wedding ceremony that united Jaya & Sunil in marriage. And as soon as we laid our eyes on the jaw-dropping shots captured by Manish and Sung Photography, we were lost in a mesmerizing haze of delight over the heavenly decor Wedding Design crafted for this wedding ceremony. They raised the bar and exceeded all expectations matching the elegance of the venue with a captivating scenery so impressive that we were rendered speechless! Our glowing Maharani burst into the scene in show-stopping beauty, wearing a traditional lengha embellished with golden embroidery. Makeup by Anita elevated this look designing an exquisite makeup and hairstyle, while Mehndibyanuja crowned this vision of beauty with an artistic Mehndi design. This winning combination resulted in a dreamy look that might serve as inspiration for brides-to-be. After the ceremony, all guests celebrated along with the newlyweds in a fabulous reception party, dancing to the beats of Amplifire Entertainment, and enjoying the delicious food served by Chand Palace! This was the wedding celebration Jaya & Sunil always wanted, and this could not have been possible without Urvashi Mishra, Wedding & Event Planner. These talented and highly experienced team took care of the planning and execution of the entire wedding bash, delivering nothing but utter perfection throughout the entire celebrations, so big kudos to them! If you want to dive a little deeper into this magical and captivating ceremony, you cannot miss the gallery that we have prepared for today. And if that is not enough, don't miss the cinematographic delight by Daniel Ward Videography already featured in our Video Blog! We are sure that you are going to love them both! 

photo #298156
photo #298140
photo #298139
photo #298040
photo #298134
photo #298130
photo #298155
photo #298129
photo #298150
photo #298120
photo #298065
photo #298072
photo #298074
photo #298073
photo #298055

That is all for today, darlings. Make sure to join us tomorrow for more!

STYLE
GUIDE
style
Traditional
Romantic
Mehndi
season
Summer
color
Catering: Chand Palace | Hair & Makeup: Makeup by Anita | Planning & Design: Urvashi Mishra, Wedding & Event Planner | DJ: Amplifire Entertainment | Venues: The Marigold | Floral & Decor: Wedding Design | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: AATMA performance | Cinematography: Daniel Ward Videography | Mehndi Artist: Mehndibyanuja | Groom's Outfit: Manish Malhotra | Groom's Outfit: Shyamal Bhumika | Groom's Outfit: Tarun Tahiliani | Bride's Outfit: Deepali Shah | Bride's Outfit: Rabani & Rakha | Photography: Manish and Sung Photography


SORT POST BY:

categories tags color categories

LANGUAGES

© 2020 Maharani Weddings | all right reserved