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Brooklyn, NY Sikh Wedding by Ajit Singh Photography

Welcome back, Maharanis! As promised, we are here to bring you the beautiful outcome of Anchal & Sanjeet's wedding festivities. In our previous post, we brought you the marvelous wedding ceremony hosted at the Glen Cove Gurdwara. On this installment, we will take you to the exclusive Weylin, a beautiful hall chosen by our lovely duo to celebrate their eternal union. We loved everything about this perfect venue, which overflowed with a great decoration crafted by Elegant Affair, who add their special touch with well-mixed floral arrangements and centerpieces. Just perfect! Speaking about perfection, we should admire the talent from KM Events Management, who took our lovebird's vision and transformed it into the wedding of their dreams. This celebration was something out of this world, and we can say that everyone enjoyed every single part of it. BWD Events turned this gala into an epic party, putting everyone on their feet with their phenomenal beats. We are lucky to have all of these details captured by the fantastic team from Ajit Singh Photography, who made sure to captured every emotion and transformed it into a fabulous gallery. I bet you will get all of the inspiration that you need by visiting it. And if this is not enough, check the film created by Park Street Weddings, in our Video Blog. How cool is this? We really hope you can enjoy every part of it as much as we did!

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If you want to relive more love episodes like this one, make sure to visit us tomorrow!

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Floral & Decor: Elegant Affair | Cinematography: Park Street Weddings | Photography: Ajit Singh Photography | Ceremony Venue: Glen Cove Gurdwara | Reception Venue: Weylin | Event Coordinator: KM Events Management | Makeup: Sam | Hair: Nichole | DJ: BWD Events


Dallas TX, Indian Fusion Wedding by Blomberg Wedding

Good morning, Maharanis! We are reaching the end of this fabulous week, and we don't want to end it without presenting you with the beauty that surrounded Miriam & Renny's wedding celebration. On this first installment, we will take you to the marvelous St. Jude Catholic Church to unveil their beautiful Christian wedding ceremony. You will love every single detail from this magical moment, and If you are wondering who planned and made sure that everything was perfect, let me tell you that the talented team from Shelley K Events Orchestred this event. Excellent job! The ceremony overflowed with many emotions, and love was present in every second of it. Something to highlight is the ravishing look from our Miriam, our gorgeous Maharani, who walked down the aisle with a royalty look stealing everyone's attention, especially Renny's who couldn't take his eyes off of her. She trusted her beauty needs to Jtorry Makeup & Hair Artistry, who created the ideal style for her dreamed day. Just fabulous! A magical love scene was created, and everyone sighed at every moment of the ceremony. We are lucky to have every moment captured by the phenomenal talent of Blomberg Weddings, who made sure to immortalize every unique and intimate moment that you can now relive in this fantastic photo gallery. You are more than welcome to visit it today! You will love it so much!

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Don't miss the beautiful outcome of this marvelous wedding. So stay tuned for it!

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Draping/Styling: JJ Drapes | Hair & Makeup: Jtorry Makeup & Hair Artistry | Sangeet Venue / Reception Venue: Omni Mandalay Hotel at Las Colinas | Ceremony Venue: St. Jude Catholic Church | Planning & Design: Shelley K Events | Floral & Decor: Prashe Decor | DJ / Lighting: DJ Yogi | Baraat: DP. Singh | Bridal Fashions (Dress / Designer): Mira Zwillinger | Bridal Fashions (Designer / Dress): Neiman Marcus Bridal Shop | Cinematography: Memories Films | Live Music (Saxophone): Marquise Jones | Mehndi Artist: Meena’s Mehndi | Photography: Blomberg Weddings


Columbus, OH Indian Fusion Wedding by Style & Story Creative

Welcome back, beautiful ladies! There is no better way to end this week than getting a full shoot of inspiration. As promised, we have the outcome and all the details surrounding today's fusion wedding celebration between Alekhya & Justin. And you, my lovely Maharanis, will love them! Moving forward with this story, we have to say that the perfect decoration that wrapped the halls of the Hyatt Regency Columbus will blow your mind! Just take a look at the mandap! No wonder why everyone was speechless! Hundreds of flowers and candles were perfectly positioned to give an ideal environment to the night! So big kudos to the talented team from B3 Events, who did not only set up the excellent decoration but planned a dreamy ceremony. Speaking of perfection, our beautiful Maharani stole the whole show as her striking and royal look dazzled the entire hall. Oh boy! She made the right choice trusting her beauty needs to the talented Lauren Wolff. The night was filled with many emotions as our lovebirds swear themselves, eternal love. To turn this fabulous gala into a real party, the crew from DJ Mavi Productions jumped into the stage and lighted up the night with amazing and well-selected music that put everyone to dance. And, we are lucky to have the fantastic captures from Style & Story, which you are more than welcome to enjoy in today's full gallery!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Justin and I met through friends in October 2015 and we bonded over watching Ohio State football and the Dallas Cowboys. After spending many weekends together watching sports, and trying new cuisines, we became great friends. We started dating a few months after and it slowly evolved into forever.
 
I knew Justin was the one when we started having a conversation about life goals. He always pushed me to consistently lay down plans to reach them. I also knew he was the one when I knew he would always teach me something new and I knew I was a better version of myself with him in my life.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We had made a trip to Cleveland in September for my birthday because I loved the fat head's brewery there. Justin had made reservations at a restaurant called adega to symbolize my name. There was a beautiful rooftop bar on top of the restaurant. After dinner, we went to the rooftop bar and he dropped down on one knee with the Cleveland city skyline behind me. It was a beautiful night spent in Cleveland.
 
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.
When I started out wedding planning, the things that were non-negotiables were the outfits I knew I wanted and the photographer. Everything else could be changed as needed. Oct 5th would be the auspicious date we would go on to select for the wedding.
 
I knew at the start of the planning since my fiance is Chinese, I would need a wedding planner to get everything in order. I wanted my dad to be in charge of choosing all the food and mainly my mom to choose the decor. We chose B3 events (Chanakya and Vini) because we had heard so many wonderful praises about their work. They were with us from venue choosing to the farewell brunch after the wedding.
 
We started by looking at venues that could host over 700 people. This posed an issue as that was also the same day as a big Ohio State homecoming game. After a couple months of deliberation, we chose the Hyatt downtown. Chanakya from B3 events, worked with us and Hyatt to make the contract negotiation would be stress-free. 
 
When we started with decor, I knew that I wanted something different for the sangeet. I wanted something that was not the typical look. I ventured down the idea of doing butterflies. Butterflies to me were the significance of change and evolvement, which is how I viewed going into a marriage. The butterflies were hung all over the ceiling and the sangeet decor just made jaw drop when I saw it. Chanakya delivered beyond anything I had hoped. The wedding decor I was not particular about but Chanakya did steps by the mandap that were filled with candles and a layer of water with candles. It was breathtaking. Much in the same manner, I left the decor for the reception in Chanakya's hands.  I wanted something different but didn't quite know what. He came up with a stage that had panels of peonies which were my favorite flowers. The only request I had was to keep much of the colors coral and gold. I was also very particular about the dance floor for the reception. I knew I wanted a quote that said: "I have traveled oceans of time to find you". All of the decor was just beautiful and delivered to perfection.
 
I knew I wanted style and story as my photographer even before wedding planning started. We worked with Stephen who had done many south Indian weddings before.
 
I worked with Lauren for my hair and she did a fantastic job for all the events and Kayee did my makeup. Kayee did my makeup for my engagement party and I loved that she knew how to work with Indian skin. 
 
An important component was the food. We worked with mogul catering from New Jersey for the sangeet, wedding, and reception. The food presentation to the taste was just phenomenal.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My outfits for mehndi, sangeet, and reception were purchased in Mumbai and Hyderabad when I went for shopping in India last summer. My original plan was to wear the lime green Sabyasachi lehenga for the Sangeet and Shyamal and Bhumika for the reception. As I was shopping for my mehndi outfit, I fell in love with a yellow lehenga with mirror work all over at Origins in Hyderabad. I realized I would have to wear my Sabyasachi for the mehndi and the Origins outfit for the sangeet. I ordered the Shyamal and Bhumika outfit in Mumbai and this one required more work as I didn't want the color that was already in store. Once I got back home, we went through a process of color selection for myself and Justin. I wanted a pastel pink to go with the coral and gold theme. Justin wore his outfit for the wedding and mine was for the reception.
 
For my wedding sari, we went to Kanchi in Tamil Nadu. I knew I wanted a pink sari and I ended up choosing a sari that was pink with gold hues. I also knew I wanted an antique jewelry look. Whenever I thought of a bride, I always envisioned old elegance and so the sari and the jewelry look put everything together.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
I would have to say the most enjoyable part of the planning process is seeing the end result. You wait till the magical day and you reap the benefits of time and energy put into it. Walking into a room and seeing what I envisioned was so so worth it.
  
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
After talking to our friends and my parent's friends, they were all blown away by the decor for all the events. They also commented on how wonderful and delicious the food was. Our friends who recently got married were pleasantly surprised at how smooth the wedding flowed with no hiccups.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
There a couple moments that constantly replay in my mind. The first one is the reception entrance as bride and groom and how giddy we were and excited to celebrate. The second one is actually seeing my four grandparent's faces during the wedding and seeing how happy they looked. Having my grandparents with me during the wedding meant everything to me.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
I would say priortize your non-negotables for what you want for the wedding and make sure you do them. Not everything will turn out how you want to select the things you know will make a difference to you and your fiance. I did this and I would suggest every newly married couple to do the following. I asked my wedding planner during the reception if we could get a room to ourselves to eat dinner and have 15 minutes to spend time just the both of us. This is so important because it gives a little bit of time to soak in everything but to be in each other's presence without all the outside celebrations.
 
I know you were inspired today. Come back tomorrow for more!
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Photography: Style & Story | Cinematography: Veda Films | DJ: DJ Mavi Productions | Lighting: DJ Mavi Productions | Baraat: DJ Mavi Productions | Sangeet Venue / Ceremony Venue / Reception Venue: Hyatt Regency Columbus | Planning & Design / Floral & Decor / Invitations & Wedding Stationery / Lighting: B3 Events | Hair & Makeup: Lauren Wolff | Hair & Makeup: Kaye Williams | Catering: Moghul Caterers | Bridal Fashions: Brides of Sabyasachi | Bridal Fashions: Shyamal & Bhumika | Bridal Fashions: Origins Hyderabad | Cake & Treats: Yummy Bakery | Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling/ Mehndi Artist: Glamour Beauty Salon | Registry: Amazon


Columbus, OH Indian Fusion Wedding by Style & Story Creative

Good morning, Maharanis! The end of another fabulous week is here, and we don't want to miss the opportunity to share one of our favorite love stories with you. Today, we are pleased to introduce you to a unique fusion wedding that went beyond our expectations. Seeing two different cultures mingle together and become one through Alekhya & Justin's wedding celebration, is something to cherish and admire! So get ready to enjoy it! For this first installment, we are going through the pre-wedding events hosted at the Grand Hyatt Regency Columbus, a perfect place chosen by our lovely duo. As you know, a wedding is something that we have dreamed of ever since we were kids. And we want all to be perfect, just as in our dreams! To make that happen, Alekhya & Justin trusted their dream to the fantastic crew from B3 Events, who went above and beyond to make their dream a reality. The sangeet hall decoration is something that we want to highlight as our Maharani quoted: "The butterflies were hung all over the ceiling, and the sangeet decor just made my jaw drop when I saw it."  Hands down a phenomenal decor very well complemented by the beats from DJ Mavi Productions, who enlivened every moment of the evening! If you want to relive this memorable night, visit the fantastic captures from Style & Story in today's gallery.  And in case that is not enough, you might want to visit Veda Films' website to check the blockbuster video they created!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Justin and I met through friends in October 2015 and we bonded over watching Ohio State football and the Dallas Cowboys. After spending many weekends together watching sports, and trying new cuisines, we became great friends. We started dating a few months after and it slowly evolved into forever.
 
I knew Justin was the one when we started having a conversation about life goals. He always pushed me to consistently lay down plans to reach them. I also knew he was the one when I knew he would always teach me something new and I knew I was a better version of myself with him in my life.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We had made a trip to Cleveland in September for my birthday because I loved the fat head's brewery there. Justin had made reservations at a restaurant called adega to symbolize my name. There was a beautiful rooftop bar on top of the restaurant. After dinner, we went to the rooftop bar and he dropped down on one knee with the Cleveland city skyline behind me. It was a beautiful night spent in Cleveland.
 
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.
When I started out wedding planning, the things that were non-negotiables were the outfits I knew I wanted and the photographer. Everything else could be changed as needed. Oct 5th would be the auspicious date we would go on to select for the wedding.
 
I knew at the start of the planning since my fiance is Chinese, I would need a wedding planner to get everything in order. I wanted my dad to be in charge of choosing all the food and mainly my mom to choose the decor. We chose B3 events (Chanakya and Vini) because we had heard so many wonderful praises about their work. They were with us from venue choosing to the farewell brunch after the wedding.
 
We started by looking at venues that could host over 700 people. This posed an issue as that was also the same day as a big Ohio State homecoming game. After a couple months of deliberation, we chose the Hyatt downtown. Chanakya from B3 events, worked with us and Hyatt to make the contract negotiation would be stress-free. 
 
When we started with decor, I knew that I wanted something different for the sangeet. I wanted something that was not the typical look. I ventured down the idea of doing butterflies. Butterflies to me were the significance of change and evolvement, which is how I viewed going into a marriage. The butterflies were hung all over the ceiling and the sangeet decor just made jaw drop when I saw it. Chanakya delivered beyond anything I had hoped. The wedding decor I was not particular about but Chanakya did steps by the mandap that were filled with candles and a layer of water with candles. It was breathtaking. Much in the same manner, I left the decor for the reception in Chanakya's hands.  I wanted something different but didn't quite know what. He came up with a stage that had panels of peonies which were my favorite flowers. The only request I had was to keep much of the colors coral and gold. I was also very particular about the dance floor for the reception. I knew I wanted a quote that said: "I have traveled oceans of time to find you". All of the decor was just beautiful and delivered to perfection.
 
I knew I wanted style and story as my photographer even before wedding planning started. We worked with Stephen who had done many south Indian weddings before.
 
I worked with Lauren for my hair and she did a fantastic job for all the events and Kayee did my makeup. Kayee did my makeup for my engagement party and I loved that she knew how to work with Indian skin. 
 
An important component was the food. We worked with mogul catering from New Jersey for the sangeet, wedding, and reception. The food presentation to the taste was just phenomenal.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My outfits for mehndi, sangeet, and reception were purchased in Mumbai and Hyderabad when I went for shopping in India last summer. My original plan was to wear the lime green Sabyasachi lehenga for the Sangeet and Shyamal and Bhumika for the reception. As I was shopping for my mehndi outfit, I fell in love with a yellow lehenga with mirror work all over at Origins in Hyderabad. I realized I would have to wear my Sabyasachi for the mehndi and the Origins outfit for the sangeet. I ordered the Shyamal and Bhumika outfit in Mumbai and this one required more work as I didn't want the color that was already in store. Once I got back home, we went through a process of color selection for myself and Justin. I wanted a pastel pink to go with the coral and gold theme. Justin wore his outfit for the wedding and mine was for the reception.
 
For my wedding sari, we went to Kanchi in Tamil Nadu. I knew I wanted a pink sari and I ended up choosing a sari that was pink with gold hues. I also knew I wanted an antique jewelry look. Whenever I thought of a bride, I always envisioned old elegance and so the sari and the jewelry look put everything together.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
I would have to say the most enjoyable part of the planning process is seeing the end result. You wait till the magical day and you reap the benefits of time and energy put into it. Walking into a room and seeing what I envisioned was so so worth it.
  
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
After talking to our friends and my parent's friends, they were all blown away by the decor for all the events. They also commented on how wonderful and delicious the food was. Our friends who recently got married were pleasantly surprised at how smooth the wedding flowed with no hiccups.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
There a couple moments that constantly replay in my mind. The first one is the reception entrance as bride and groom and how giddy we were and excited to celebrate. The second one is actually seeing my four grandparent's faces during the wedding and seeing how happy they looked. Having my grandparents with me during the wedding meant everything to me.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
I would say priortize your non-negotables for what you want for the wedding and make sure you do them. Not everything will turn out how you want to select the things you know will make a difference to you and your fiance. I did this and I would suggest every newly married couple to do the following. I asked my wedding planner during the reception if we could get a room to ourselves to eat dinner and have 15 minutes to spend time just the both of us. This is so important because it gives a little bit of time to soak in everything but to be in each other's presence without all the outside celebrations.
 

Yes, we have more for you! Please come back for the outcome of this magical event. You will love it!
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Photography: Style & Story | Cinematography: Veda Films | DJ: DJ Mavi Productions | Lighting: DJ Mavi Productions | Baraat: DJ Mavi Productions | Live Music: DJ Mavi Productions | Sangeet Venue / Ceremony Venue / Reception Venue: Hyatt Regency Columbus | Planning & Design / Floral & Decor / Invitations & Wedding Stationery / Lighting: B3 Events | Hair & Makeup: Lauren Wolff | Hair & Makeup: Kaye Williams | Catering: Moghul Caterers | Bridal Fashions: Brides of Sabyasachi | Bridal Fashions: Shyamal & Bhumika | Bridal Fashions: Origins Hyderabad | Cake & Treats: Yummy Bakery | Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling/ Mehndi Artist: Glamour Beauty Salon | Registry: Amazon


Dallas, TX Indian Fusion Wedding by Neville Wedding Stories

We are delighted to be back to you as promised with the main events of a fantastic wedding story: Christina & Sheehan's fusion wedding! If you love fashion and always like to be at the vanguard of the latest wedding trends, our lovebird's wedding celebration will blow your mind! Let's take a look! We are heading down to the magnificent The Statler in Dallas to present you with their magical western wedding ceremony; you will love every detail of this ceremony as it was perfectly designed and trimmed by K.I. Weddings. We are sure than more than one of the guests shed a tear of joy when they saw our gorgeous Christina walking down the aisle! She had a magnificent bridal hair and makeup look thanks to the great talent of Emily Smith! To bring this beautiful gala into a real party, our friends from DJ Riz Entertainment jumped into the scene, and at the perfect sound of their beats, made everyone enjoyed this wedding reception until late in the night. Without a doubt, this union will be embedded in everyone's memory for a long time! You are invited to relive this epic moment by visiting our today's gallery that was prepared thanks to the fabulous visual work of Neville Wedding Stories

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Come back tomorrow, if you want to relive more incredible wedding moments, Maharanis!

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DJ: DJ Riz Entertainment | Planning & Design: K.I. Weddings | DJ: DJ Riz Entertainment | Ceremony Venue / Reception Venue / Catering: The Statler | Floral & Decor: Chris Whanger | Hair & Makeup: Emily Smith | Bridal Fashions: A&Bé Bridal Shop | Bridal Jewelry: Eiseman Jewels | Cake & Treats: Sweet P Bakery | Cinematography / Photography: Neville Wedding Stories | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: The Write Choice


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