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Garden Grove, CA Indian Wedding by Gary Coelho Photography

These two lovebirds, Nirvi & Neil, sure know the meaning of the word "style". Their gorgeous vision is for sure a beautiful display of the love they share, so much that you can truly tell from the pictures of Gary Coelho Photography! The Hyatt Regency Orange County had a great ambiance for the reception and the energy was so full of love and joy. The guests were sure they were about to have fun all night long thanks to 3D Sounds, who brought the ravishing beats to put everyone into the dancing state we all love so much. So amazing! What was also amazing was the beautiful wardrobe our newlyweds chose for the gala. Maharani Nirvi was looking drop dead gorgeous of course! She rocked a light maroon lengha skirt with a teal saree top and the entire ensemble was just too much. Seriously, when a Maharani ties the knot, expect grandiosity! A grand wedding is exactly what we have for your beautiful selves today, dolls, so click here for part two of this unique Indian wedding celebration! Let's go! 

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Don't go anywhere, loves, more glam and glitter yet to come! 

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Hair & Makeup: Dolled up by Lulu | Planning & Design: Best Dream Weddings by Vanessa Doménech | DJ: 3D Sounds | Venues: Hyatt Regency Orange County | Photography: Gary Coelho Photography | Decor: Synx Events | Florist: Gaby's Flowers DTLA | Florist: Krushna Mandaps | Lunch Catering: BAPS | Dinner Catering: Mantra Indian Cuisine | Car for Baraat/Vidai: Turo with Joe | Dessert Table: Vanessa’s Sweet Creations | Cake: Cake Korner | Cinematography: Reel Initiative | Rentals: Synx Events


Garden Grove, CA Indian Wedding by Gary Coelho Photography

Happy Thursday, dolls! Today we have a Maharani that will truly inspire some glamorous ideas. She is Nirvi and we are adoring her youthful and classic style. This gorgeous bride's vision for her wedding was an elegant and modern celebration that had all the elements of the Hindu tradition and also a touch of ravishing noblesse that truly suited this couple's energy. For extremely beautiful Maharanis, extremely beautiful glam squads. Dolled up by Lulu once again reaches our hearts with her striking hair and makeup work, and she totally fulfilled all our expectations as always. The gorgeous Garba, the first look photoshoot with her Raja Neil and the amazing ceremony moments couldn't have been possible without Gary Cohelo Photography. This lens pro brought the visual style to this memento and we are so loving his work! Seriously, this wedding is just so alluring that it is hard to believe and Best Dream Weddings by Vanessa Doménech has something to do with it! Her planning and design skills were superb! Join us one more time to witness this awe-inspiring flair in today's gallery and who knows, maybe the inspiration you seek is just right here! 

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Stick around for part two! 

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Hair & Makeup: Dolled up by Lulu | Planning & Design: Best Dream Weddings by Vanessa Doménech | DJ: 3D Sounds | Venues: Hyatt Regency Orange County | Photography: Gary Coelho Photography | Decor: Synx Events | Florist: Gaby's Flowers DTLA | Florist: Krushna Mandaps | Lunch Catering: BAPS | Dinner Catering: Mantra Indian Cuisine | Car for Baraat/Vidai: Turo with Joe | Dessert Table: Vanessa’s Sweet Creations | Cake: Cake Korner | Cinematography: Reel Initiative | Rentals: Synx Events


Clearwater, FL Indian Wedding by R.A.G.Artistry

After the gorgeous and sun-blessed nuptials by the sea, this gorgeous pair knew it was time to change attires and head down to the reception hall of the exclusive Hilton Clearwater Beach. Our lovebirds couldn't have asked for more! The gala was full of love, family, and of course, the always present ravishing dances that give that extra touch of charm to the sprees. The scenography of the place was to die for as well. The architects? Occasions by Shangri-la of course. Their striking floral and decor skills truly shone and we are loving every single detail of the vision. The enchanting newlyweds came out looking totally out this world, both rocking the royal blue color that gave that magnificent vibe we are seeing. Amazing isn't it? More of this grand wedding? Check part two of today's gallery thanks to R.A.G.Artristry and get inspired! 

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More weddings every day! See you soon! 

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Floral & Decor: Occasions by Shangri-la | Hair & Makeup: Michele Renee The Studio | Venues: Hilton Clearwater Beach | Photography: R.A.G.Artistry | Planning & Design: Apsara Events | Catering: Café Bombay Restaurant and Catering | DJ: Karmadjs / Mr. Yogainder Goyal | Baraat: OuYah Watersports | Dholi: Sagar Thaker | Cinematography: Riant Films | Lighting: Lucas Productions | Live Music: Stephen Neil / Violinist | Mehndi Artist: Henna Allure | Photo Booth: Shutter Booth | Rentals: U.S. Tent Rental


Clearwater, FL Indian Wedding by R.A.G.Artistry

Every bride is different. Each an every one of them has its own style and vision. However, there is something that all of our Maharanis share and that is glamour at its finest. Today, we have a stunning Indian beauty to get dazzled by and her name is Aarti. This gorgeous bride decided to tie the knot in all Indian flair and tradition and our pals from R.A.G.Artistry were there to catch with their cameras, all of what went on for that magical day. The amazing dolling up skills of Michele Renee The Studio were put to the test and as we will see, she totally nailed it. The bride was absolutely glowing from top to toe throughout the rituals! For the main beachfront ceremony, our Maharani rocked a light mint saree with tones of coral and golden that stood out to me because of its liveliness and sobriety. Definitely, the right choice when your wedding is by the roaring ocean! So, ladies, join us as we travel to sunny Florida for Aarti & Vinay's vision in our gallery of today! Don't miss it! 

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Part two of this enchanting couple is on its way! 

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Floral & Decor: Occasions by Shangri-la | Hair & Makeup: Michele Renee The Studio | Venues: Hilton Clearwater Beach | Photography: R.A.G.Artistry | Planning & Design: Apsara Events | Catering: Café Bombay Restaurant and Catering | DJ: Karmadjs / Mr. Yogainder Goyal | Baraat: OuYah Watersports | Dholi: Sagar Thaker | Cinematography: Riant Films | Lighting: Lucas Productions | Live Music: Stephen Neil / Violinist | Mehndi Artist: Henna Allure | Photo Booth: Shutter Booth | Rentals: U.S. Tent Rental


Philadelphia, PA Indian Wedding by Ajit Singh Photography

We are back with today's love-fueled celebration! After the heartwarming series of wedding rituals ended at the Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, it was time for our couple to start their new life as husband and wife. The feeling of having someone near through thick and thin, definitely deserved a grand celebration. After so much emotion flying, the newlyweds and their loved ones headed down to the always amazing Water Works by Cescaphe. An awesome place that housed the reception and with it, all the Bollywood style dancing that we all love. The team from Lax States worked their magic and came up with the floral and decoration of the entire celebration. We loved the fact that all colors blended together beautifully to highlight our couple's attires even more. Seriously, the overall energy of the event was just incredible. It had to be like that when the main guest was love. So enough with words and let's allow the images to inspire us. We know they will, so check them in our gallery of today thanks to the magic lens of Ajit Singh Photography.

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I met this wonderful man in November 2011 at a birthday party. I was there with my girls, he was there with his boys, we met, we flirted, then he ignored me for two weeks before finally asking me out =) 
 
I'd love to say that it was love at first sight and I instantly knew he was the one, but I didn't! I was cautious and not all that interested in a serious relationship at the time (and neither was he). But, we couldn't help falling in love as we got to know each other and got to see how much better we were together than apart. Of the 7 years we dated, about 5.5 of them were long distance, which is a testament to how much we stuck by each other through thick and thin and how much we encouraged each other to have fulfilling careers and lives both within and outside of our relationship. 
 
I guess what I'm saying is, I knew he was "the one" when I looked back on our time together and realized that I couldn't imagine my future without him.  
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
I had always told Anand that I wanted a meaningful proposal, and boy did he deliver! The proposal started when I walked into my apartment after having brunch with my friends (which he had secretly planned), and I saw a bouquet of flowers on my entrance table with a card in it.  The card was my first "clue" in what turned out to be an epic scavenger hunt throughout my apartment and New York City.  After solving puzzles (literally) and making a stop at our first date spot (Cafe Cluny in the W. Village), it all culminated at the Bow Bridge in Central Park. Before I knew what hit me, he was down on one knee and asking me to be his partner for life. I said yes and to my surprise, our families were hiding behind a tree and waiting to congratulate us!!!! What followed was an amazing celebration with family and friends at the Empire Hotel rooftop, and then a romantic dinner with me and my fiance at Indian Accent.  
 
It was a beautiful way to start our adventure together!  
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part of the wedding planning process was going to India to shop with my mom, my sister, and my aunt.  My aunt lives in Bombay and ever since we were little, my sister and I would dream of the day we could go to Bombay to shop for our weddings!  My aunt has infinite tolerance for shopping while my mom as 0, so we needed them both there in order to get things done without spending all of our time and money!  The dream finally came true in March 2018 and it was everything I wanted and more.  I of course loved trying on all the lehengas and jewelry and feeling like a princess, but the most memorable part was getting to spend quality time with the most important women in my family before I started the next big chapter in my life. I will forever cherish my trip to India in March 2018 that was full of family, love, laughter, sisterhood, and lots of lehengas!  It's exciting to know that I'll get to do it all over one day for my sister!  
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Perhaps everyone says this to a bride, but after our wedding I heard from so many friends and family that they really felt the love at our wedding. I am blessed to have a very fun-loving family and group of friends, and every single person who attended the wedding made it a point to really be a PART of it, and not just watch it from afar.  We were lucky to have excellent food, warm decorations, a DJ that played every hit song there is, and epic dance performances by everyone from (almost) professional dancers to five years olds to uncles wearing lungis (proudly!).  Oh, and I would be remiss if I didn't mention the most memorable part of my wedding, which was my DAD'S SPEECH! I am contemplating putting it on youtube but I'm afraid it will go viral and it will go to his head! Stay tuned...
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
I remember the moment very clearly. The weekend was nearly over and the wedding day flew by, and my husband (!) and I were on the dance floor at the reception when I asked what time it was.  Somehow, it was 10:55pm!  We looked at each other in that moment and without saying a word, we knew we were thinking the same thing.  We were so thankful that the weekend had gone well and we couldn't believe it was nearly over, after all the planning and phone calls (and arguments)! But in that moment we also knew that this was really just the beginning, because even though the wedding was over, the marriage was just beginning, and that was all the more exciting.   
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
When I was planning my wedding, I was constantly worried that someone would be upset with one of the many decisions that had to be made.  Whether it was my parents, or his parents, or our guests, or our closest friends, we were constantly worried that the decision would offend someone or a group of people.  My word of advice to all brides-to-be is to not worry, because at the end of the day, once the weekend is over, all anyone will remember is the good stuff.  They will remember the great food, the smiles, the dancing, and most of all they will remember the love and energy that filled the room.  Enjoy every minute of the planning and don't sweat the small stuff!  
 
Don't go anywhere, daydreamers, nuptials keep on coming! 
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Hair & Makeup: Flawless Beauty by Pauline | Venues: Philadelphia Marriott Downtown | Mehndi Artists: Mehndikalogie | Photography: Ajit Singh Photography | Sangeet Venue: The Arts Ballroom | Reception Venue: Water Works by Cescaphe / Cescaphe Event Group | Planning & Design: Elite Events Management | Floral & Decor: Lax States | Catering: Bhukara Grill | DJ: DJ Suhel | Baraat: DJ Suhel | Reception Bridal Fashion: Gaurav Gupta | Sangeet Bridal Fashion: Tamanna Punjabi Kapoor | Cake & Treats: Cescaphe Event Group | Cinematography: Rare Air Films | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Parekh Cards | Reception Lighting: Beautiful Blooms | Sangeet / Ceremony Lighting: DJ Suhel | Transportation: Delaware Express Shuttle & Tours


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