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Stevensville, MD Indian Fusion Wedding by Ishan Fotografi

Happy Tuesday loves! There is something so special about fusion weddings we all love so much, don't you think? Today we indulge your fusion wedding inspiration wishes unveiling the charming union of Tulsi & Zack! The fabulous couple decided to join their lives amidst the magical wonders of Kent Island in Maryland, where the brilliant lens of Ishan Fotografi documented this fabulous fusion spree. The talented photo team prepared an idyllic outdoor photo shoot for the newlyweds, who were ready to flaunt their best style for this memorable photo session! Maharani Tulsi looked absolutely stunning in a dreamy Kalki Fashion's hot pink lengha which she completed with a dazzling jewelry set. Color Me Rouge finished off the bridal look with a bold lip color and a beautiful bun! The dashing groom, Zack embraced his new culture and contrasted the bride's bridal outfit with an elegant soft pink Sherwani suit and turban. The ceremony took place in the green lawns of the historic Kent Manor Inn where the folks from MM Celebrations cleverly transformed a gazebo into a sweet floral and draped mandap for the Hindu marriage. A round of applause for Details Made Simple for coordinating the union of this cute duo!  Go to our complete gallery and check more details of this heartwarming wedding. 

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Zack and I had known each other for a couple of years as co-workers. We exchanged a few words in the kitchen pantry and crossed paths every now and then. However, we never really had a conversation until one of our work happy hours (which I wasn't even planning to attend...but I'm glad I did). After a few hours of talking and joking around, I knew that he was going to be someone special.
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
It was a random Saturday in December - I had just run my first 5k with Zack; we attended one of my cousin's 1st birthday parties, and we had made plans to go watch the new Star Wars movie that had just come out. After the movie, Zack convinced me to cross the street and stop by the fountain at Lincoln Center, one of our popular meetup spots. It was cold and late and I was irritated that Zack was so insistent ongoing. After some convincing, I gave in and climbed the steps towards the fountain eventually turning around to see Zack down on one knee. Honestly, I had no idea what was going on and probably told him to get up about half a dozen times. It then took me about 4 minutes (apparently the longest 4 minutes of Zack's life) to process what was happening and eventually say YES! As someone who is very organized and loves to plan, I was shocked that he was able to surprise me and am so glad it happened at one of our favorite spots in the city.
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.
I loved the wedding planning process. I am a naturally organized person so it was super fun for me. I had tons of Pinterest boards, saved albums on my phone, etc. I knew I wanted to blend a rustic theme into a traditional Hindu ceremony and took all the inspo I could get to make it come to life. My vendors were all so amazing and are super talented - they're the reason our wedding was so perfect and how our vision came to life so flawlessly!
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I always wanted something traditional but didn't want to do red. I searched all over Mumbai looking for a pastel-colored wedding lengha (I really wanted something light that would look nice against the greenery during my outdoor wedding). Kalki was the first store I went into and I loved so many of their outfits (especially the one I ended up picking) but I didn't want to settle on the first store or on a hot pink lengha when I really wanted something pastel. No matter which stores I went into, my mind always came back to Kalki. I ended up back in the store, tried on the hot pink lengha and fell in love! There was no going back to the pastel search - hot pink was for me!
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Getting to plan with so many of my loved ones and seeing them get so excited about everything! We all had something so exciting to look forward to.
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
How we blended together traditions from both sides and how it really was about the US. Many of my guests could tell how special the entire weekend was and how it was so "Tulsi & Zack," which made us feel so great (especially when South Asian weddings can very quickly not be about the bride & groom). We had a traditional Hindu wedding but incorporated a Pittsburgh cookie table (which is a tradition where my husband is from). 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Our first dance! The crowd went nuts and it was so great to see Zack absolutely kill it! 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Enjoy EVERY minute of your wedding! It goes by incredibly fast. I know often times the stress gets to you leading up to the big day and you can't wait for it to be over, but just take a moment to reflect on the entire journey and remember why it's all so important. I would also recommend carrying that through the entire wedding weekend. It's very easy to get swept up in the motions and stick to a schedule...but don't forget to pause and take in the moment. If there is something you really wanted to do or see or set up in a particular way, don't forget to ENJOY the moment! I particularly loved seeing my guests faces at various points throughout the weekend and it just filled my heart up with so much love and happiness.
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
We didn't end up doing a cake and did a cookie table instead! It's a tradition based out of Pittsburgh where my husband's family is from. About 80 dozen cookies were baked by family/friends and the remaining 100 dozen came from a bakery. We had over 40 different types of cookies and even had little decorated bags so our guests could take cookies to go!
I wore my mangalsutra to my reception with my white wedding dress - blended together an Indian tradition with an American one. My mangalsutra was made in Mumbai - if you look closely enough at the photos you can see that it's more of a modern design (gold/silver chain, a diamond in the middle with 2 black beads on each end) vs a more traditional look. I wanted something like this so I could wear my mangalsutra every day (esp to work)!


Check our second feature dedicated to Tulsi & Zack's fusion wedding, coming up next! 

DJ: Medley Entertainment | Photography: Ishan Fotografi | Hair & Makeup: Color Me Rouge | Ceremony and Reception Venue: Kent Manor Inn | Day of Coordinator: Details Made Simple | Floral & Decor: MM Celebrations | Bridal Fashions: Kalki Fashion

San Jose, CA Indian Wedding by MPSingh Photography

We are back for part two of this beautiful wedding! Coming to us thanks to our dear friends from MPSingh Photography, who took the pictures that have been giving the inspo for the day. Like we saw on the first installment, the couple was looking incredible and the love they have could definitely be seen all around. It was only natural that their ceremony and reception reflected just that. The Bella Montagna in San Jose welcomed the guests for the after ceremony bash. Avant Planners tagged along and worked their skills planning and designing the ravishing reception awaiting. We adored the decoration, it was in tune with the color palette chosen for the attires and it just blended perfectly with our newlyweds. Seriously, if you haven't browse through the pictures, we strongly recommend it. While on that, we know guests need full stomachs to get the party started, Turmeric Restaurant brought the culinary arts to the picture, assisting with the catering services of the celebration. We couldn't have loved this feature more! Hope you do too, check all the glam in our full gallery.

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Hair & Makeup: TM's Makeup Artistry | Photography: MPSingh Photography | Ceremony and Reception Venue: Bella Montagna | Planning & Design: Avant Planners | Florist: 11 Cube Designs | Decor: Terry Fine Linen Creation | Catering: Turmeric Restaurant | Wedding Bridal Fashion: Local Artisan Kanjeevaram | Reception Bridal Fashion: Morilee by Madeline Gardner | Reception Groom Fashion: Sarar | Cinematography: Martin Films | Mehndi Artist: Hiral Henna

San Jose, CA Indian Wedding by MPSingh Photography

Yes, here we are again! Bringing the daily dose of glam and charm from our Indian couples. Today, it is Priyanka & Aniket's turn to embellish our screens, not only by their enchanting spree but also by the love they share. They come from sunny California and it was a sun-fueled bash indeed. Our Maharani was looking radiant for her big day. She rocked an orange/red lengha for the main ceremony that we absolutely loved. It was a beautiful traditional yet modern ensemble that dazzled all the guests attending the nuptials. The team from TM's Makeup Artistry assisted the bride with the hair and makeup, leaving her even more beautiful. True masters at work as we can see! We can't forget about the iconic mehndi designs that make their appearance in all of our weddings, decorating our bride's skin with mementos and traits from the couple's personalities. This time it was Hiral Henna who helped our bride with the design and it was just a beautiful thing to look at. Pictures come thanks to the talent of the team from MPSingh Photography, who as we already know, paints visual love stories and transports us back to the glam of the celebrations. Join us next in part one of today's featured gallery.  

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Hair & Makeup: TM's Makeup Artistry | Photography: MPSingh Photography | Men's Formalwear & Tuxedos: Manyavar | Ceremony and Reception Venue: Bella Montagna | Planning & Design: Avant Planners | Florist: 11 Cube Designs | Decor: Terry Fine Linen Creation | Catering: Turmeric Restaurant | Wedding Bridal Fashion: Local Artisan Kanjeevaram | Reception Bridal Fashion: Morilee by Madeline Gardner | Reception Groom Fashion: Sarar | Cinematography: Martin Films | Mehndi Artist: Hiral Henna

Buford, GA Indian Wedding by Brian Wagoner Photography

TGIF, Maharanis! I'm excited to be closing this week with some wedding magic. The Lanier Islands Resort is our host and I couldn't be more happy to unveil Saloni & Kunal's summer affair. Ribha Events teamed up with Kounew to create a wonderful open mandap with a timeless color palette. Maharani Saloni started her day getting ready and once all glammed up she went to meet the love of her life; her trousseau consists of a bright pink lengha with rich golden embroidery and lovely kundan jewelry. Brian Wagoner Photography was camera ready to capture all the action including a sweet moment between Raja Kunal and his faithful 4 legged friend. You don't want to miss the full gallery! Be ready to join me for a joyous party led by Indaglow Productions

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Join me on my next post to unveil their reception!

Venues: Lanier Islands Resort | Planning & Design: Ribha Events | Floral & Decor: Kounew | Hair & Makeup: Sarvangi - Elizabeth | Catering: Tripti Delight | Cinematographer: Chamesian Wedding Films | Mehndi Artist: Sarvangi | Priest: Sandeepbhai | Photographer: Brian Wagoner Photography

Austin, TX Pakistani Wedding by A&A Video Productions

Hey there, loves! We have prepared a beautiful two-part inspiring treat today, featuring Salva and Farhan! Today’s couple had a fabulous traditional Pakistani wedding celebration, fully captured by A&A Video Productions. For now, I’m excited to share the couple’s vibrant Sangeet night! This splendid event was held at the Hyatt Regency Austin and it was a dazzling pre-wedding function of traditions and color. Here, the couple and their loved ones danced amidst lavishly-draped kaleidoscopic fabrics designed by the celebrated décor firm Wedding Decor By Faiza. Our Maharani Salva enlisted Ms Painted Lady to create a romantic loose hairstyle that simply looked enchanting with her delicate hairpiece and her stunning emerald green attire. Guests filled up their cups with Austin Chai Wala’s delicious beverages that complemented perfectly Taj Palace’s traditional food and that together made an unforgettable combination! Relive all the best of this vivid celebration in our full gallery

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Our bride and groom are ready to celebrate right after their Mehndi night! Follow along for more details of the reception! 

DJ: DJ Riz Entertainment | Floral & Decor: Wedding Decor By Faiza | Mehndi Venue: Hyatt Regency Austin | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Hyatt Regency Austin | Hair & Makeup: Ms Painted Lady | Mehndi Catering: Kismet Cafe | Mehndi Catering: Taj Palace | Mehndi and Reception Catering: Austin Chai Wala | Reception Catering: Mezban | Bridal Fashions: Silk Threads by Ruby Bhandari | Cake & Treats: Sweetish Hill Bakery & Cafe | Cinematography: A&A Video Productions | Photography: A&A Video Productions


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