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Birmingham, AL Indian Wedding by Jashim Jalal Studios

Good morning, Maharanis! We are heading to the end of this beautiful week, and we don't want to end it without bringing you the best of our inspirational corner; that is why we are pleased to feature Shalini & Anupam's magical wedding. On this first installment, we are taking you to the Grand Hyatt Regency – The Wynfrey Hotel to witness their pre-wedding celebrations that marked the beginning of this journey! I want to highlight how the gala was beautifully designed and planned by none other than Red and Gold Events, a team who made sure to execute every detail perfectly well. You will love the glowing presence that Shalini, our Maharani, radiated at the sangeet. She came out looking gorgeous as she relied on Gunn Glamour Hair, Makeup, & Bridal's talent for her beauty needs. Anupam couldn't take his eyes out from her. How romantic! Both families gathered to celebrate before the big day, and what best way to celebrate than with the fantastic beats from DJ Riz Entertainment, their team lighted up the sangeet and turned it into a real festival. If this event looks familiar to you, you are right! We showcased this event in a touching footage masterpiece created by Light Cannon Films, and you can relive it here. Today we've prepared a phenomenal gallery thanks to the photo captures from Jashim Jalal Studios. So make sure to visit it to increase your inspiration.

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How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
We wanted a summer outdoor wedding so I decided a bold pink/magenta would be the perfect shade to complement the occasion. I traveled to India to do my wedding shopping with my parents and sister-in-law. Unfortunately, the shade I had in mind was not in fashion in New Delhi at the time I was shopping so I had to use my imagination and take a leap of faith with the lengha I chose as it was in a light grey shade. The store showed me a fabric in the exact shade I wanted and promised they could make the dress in the color I wanted. Thankfully it worked out wonderfully and I'm glad I took the risk!
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The best part of the planning process was how it brought me closer to Anupam and my family. We all spent lots of time chatting on the phone about every little decision and everyone pitched in to help. It meant the world how invested everyone was in making sure our special day was truly unforgettable.  
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our guests loved the wedding venue, Sterling Castle! It was an outdoor venue with a castle, a lake, and a beautiful reception hall. Misty and Victor, the owners of Sterling Castle, did a phenomenal job transforming the venue into a tropical paradise with beautiful flowers and pineapples flown in from all over! They also decorated the pergola overlooking the lake into a lovely mandap for us to get married under. 
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Start as early with the planning as you can. Book the major vendors ASAP because the good ones get booked fast, especially on a long weekend! Enjoy the process and ask for help from your family and friends. Chances are they will actually love to help with some of the decisions. Don't fight with your fiancé(e) about wedding details because it isn't worth it. What matters most is that you enjoy the celebrations and cherish the memories with your family and friends. And invest in an amazing photographer and videographer because they will help capture those memories so you can treasure them forever!
 
Please visit us for the beautiful second event of this celebration!
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DJ: DJ Riz Entertainment | Hair & Makeup: Gunn Glamour Hair, Makeup, & Bridal | Planning & Design: Red and Gold Events | Catering: Bawarchi Biryanis - Atlanta | Cinematography: Light Cannon Films | Photography: Jashim Jalal Studios | Sangeet Venue: Hyatt Regency Birmingham - The Wynfrey Hotel | Ceremony Venue: The Sterling Castle | Reception Venue: Hyatt Regency – The Wynfrey Hotel | Reception & Sangeet Decoration: Mandap World | Ceremony Decoration: The Sterling Castle | Reception Catering: Taj India | Baraat: Nottingham Shire and Carriage for Hire LLC | Dhol: Dhol by Jaskaran | Cake & Treats: Indulge Sweet Shoppe | Event Lighting & Mirror Photo Booth Rental: Platinum Ent DJ | Mehndi Artist: Horizon Henna


Uniondale, NY Indian Fusion Wedding by Studio KSD

Welcome back, ladies! As promised, we are back with the fantastic closure of Tulsi & Luke's wedding festivities. For this last installment, we will take you back inside the halls of the Long Island Marriott for a fantastic wedding reception. Once again, our friends from Studio KSD surprised us with phenomenal shots from this event, and I bet they will make you sigh as much as we did! If the beautiful decor you saw at the ceremony hypnotized you, be prepared because what Stylish Events created for the reception will blow your mind! Just take a look at it, in the shots below, such a masterpiece! And we are sure that you will love it! Having an epic entrance accompanied by your soulmate, right after being declared husband and wife, and seeing how everyone stops to admire the way you look on your special day is something that we all dream. And this time, Tulsi made that dream come true! She stole the whole show and captivated everyone's attention as she glided into the room, almost floating, and dazzling everyone with a magnificent look. Undoubtedly, she made the right choice trusting her beauty needs to Preeti Artistry. Such talent! To end this magical night, DJ USA took the mic and, and played upbeat melodies, setting the dancefloor on fire. Hands down, this was a memorable celebration! If you can't get enough of this gala, visit today's gallery for more!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We actually meet on Tinder. I would say I knew he was “the one” about a year of dating. Fun fact: we got married almost 5 years to the date we met. I actually didn’t realize that until my wedding day!
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
I had my hints about him proposing. I’ve been sending him different ring posts on Instagram of what I wanted LOL. I put the pieces together when people kept asking me for my ring size. The actual day of the proposal kind of gave it away too - Luke told me to dress up for dinner (something neither of us do) because we were going somewhere fancy. While leaving the house, I saw a box in his pocket and knew immediately. Luke proposed to me at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden during the Cherry Blossom Festival. Naturally, I was looking around to see if I knew anyone in the crowd and there came running our siblings.
 
Post proposal, I wanted ice cream (shocker) from Ample Hills. Little did I know that all our friends and family were there to surprise me. I was actually very surprised — it’s pretty hard keeping a secret from me. This was super super special because we had our first date there. Everything couldn’t have been anymore perfect.
 
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 a wedding was HARD. I was so overwhelmed by everything. Luckily, the internet helped a lot LOL. I found a lot of my vendors from weddings I’ve been to.
 
My venue was based of “lucky” dates provided by a priest. I took our dates, and started searching for a venue based off of those dates. Outfits were all from India - thank god for my mom and cousin. They did all of my shopping.
 
The decor theme was hard to pick. I was definitely all over the place with what I wanted. Thankfully, my decor company was extra patient with me. I changed the centerpiece colors like 5 times and they didn’t even get mad!
 
I wanted to incorporate little things that we both love into our wedding to make it extra special. I even got Krispy Kreme donuts for everyone at the reception to surprise Luke. The most special moment of our wedding, hands down, was when my brother walked into the hall after the wedding ceremony with my dog. I’ve had my dog for more than half of my life (I am obsessed) and wanted him to come to my wedding more than anything.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I actually picked my bridal outfit via FaceTime! I had a color and material in mind that I told my mom and cousin and they executed perfectly! I would wake up at 3am just to look at outfits. The outfit I chose suited me perfectly. I thought it was the perfect balance between modern and super traditional.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The reception was hands down my favorite part of planning. This was where I got to put my quirky ideas into play. Planning the reception was also a bonding experience for both of our families which was nice. Chowing songs, picking out caters, cake tasting and the list goes on! I loved how involved everyone was with making sure our day was extra special!
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
I can’t say that there was one thing that was loved. Being a mixed race couple, it was great seeing my Lukes Polish side enjoying the festivities. They were so captivated with the decor and how the whole wedding went about.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Defiantly when I got to wear my late grandmother’s jewelry. I felt like a part of her was sitting right next to me during the prayer.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
BREATHE! Your special day will be PERFECT! And do not be afraid to ask for help! Finding a wedding planner is also a life savior.
 
That is all for now! Make sure to join us tomorrow; we will have something special for you!
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Photography: Studio KSD | Venues: Long Island Marriott | Floral & Decor: Stylish Events | Planning & Design: Starfish Creative Events | Hair & Makeup: Preeti Artistry | Family Makeup Artist: Cinderella Bridez | Ceremony Catering: Rajbhog Catering | Reception Catering: Tandoor NYC | DJ: DJ USA | Cake & Treats: La Bonne Boulangerie | Cinematography: Joseph Minasi Studios | Dance Floor: Go To Shout


Somerset, NJ Indian Wedding by House of Talent Studio

We are glad to have you back, ladies! Anjani & Pranay's love story continues, and we are sure you will love what we have prepared for you. For this installment, we'll be taking a look at the reception party that brought these wedding festivities to an end!. And we want o make a big shoutout to House of Talent Studio as this fabulous gala is presented to you thanks to their remarkable work! They did not only captured the fantastic scenes featured below, but they also prepared the visual masterpiece being featured in today's Video Blog. For this reception party, we are taking you back to the grand The Marigold, whew this unforgettable event took place. Right from the start, we have to say that we absolutely loved every single detail surrounding this event! But there is no surprise here as everything was thoroughly planned and orchestrated by Chandai Events. Impressive talent! And we want to take a moment to admire the beauty of our lovely Maharani! You will love the way Anjani showed up at her reception wedding, looking like a princess dressed in a beautiful lehenga that captived everyone. Jasmin Rahman complemented this ravishing look taking care of Anjani's beauty needs and endowing her with so much beauty that made everyone sigh. This gala turned into an epic party where everyone enjoyed the delicious food, emotive speeches, and of course, the phenomenal beats from D&S Event Solutions, who enlivened every moment of this extraordinary event. You are more than welcome to relive this moment by visiting our gallery! Believe us; you are going to love it!

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Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We were in Barcelona, which had been a bucket list trip for me for a long time. I thought for sure he was going to propose on this trip, but by the time we reached the last day, I thought maybe I was wrong. We were staying in a hotel that had a highly rated restaurant we had been DYING to try. He had set up a lunch reservation and as we were getting ready, he let me know that the hotel concierge had called to let us know our reservation needed to be pushed a half hour. For the “inconvenience”, they told us to head up to the rooftop bar and they would have drinks for us while we wait. As we started to head upstairs, there were signs on the elevator saying “Out of Order” so we ended up having to walk upstairs. (It turns out the hotel had placed these signs to dissuade anyone from coming to the rooftop while we were there) Once we went upstairs, we were seated in a private area overlooking the city and he told me he had a gift for me! He gave me a photo album he had put together with photos from our 10 years together and once I reached the end, he got down on one knee!
 
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.
It was definitely a challenge planning a wedding in NJ from LA. I am so thankful to both of our parents who did so much running around to make sure every detail is exactly what I envisioned. Our vendors were also amazing and flexible in taking meetings over the phone and arranging in person meetings around the few weekends we were available.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
The number one thing we still hear from guests is that the food and the music were perfect! All the food we had at the wedding was well executed and I don’t think there was a SINGLE dish or piece that wasn’t loved. We also had a number of “special requests” that were handled easily and efficiently. The music and our DJs were also great! They had guests on the dance floor the entire night up until the very last song!
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
We each have one sister, who over the course of my and my husband’s relationship, have become incredibly close to each other. Together, they created a lot of special moments for us throughout the wedding weekend but one of my favorites is the surprise dance they put together for our reception. The dance included at least 5 different songs (and they choreographed the entire thing!!) The best part about this dance is how they fused together a large group that included friends and family from both sides! It really was such a great representation of our families and friend groups joining together as one.

Come back tomorrow! We have more inspiring stories for you. 
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Photography: House of Talent Studio | Planning & Design: Chandai Events | Cinematography: House of Talent Studio | DJ: D&S Event Solutions | Venues: The Marigold | Floral & Decor: Rangoli Weddings | Hair & Makeup: Jasmin Rahman | Catering: Moghul Caterers | Catering: Mr. Paanwala | Baraat (Car): Broadway SuperCars | Cake & Treats: Palermo Bakery | Priest: Dinesh Jani


Chantilly, VA Indian Fusion Wedding by Akbar Sayed Photography

Welcome back, beauties! It is Monday, and we are ready to give you another shot of inspiration to start your week in the best possible way! And we want to give a big "thank you" to the fantastic team from Akbar Sayed Photography, who captured every detail from this memorable wedding between Vishaka & Harrison. The fantastic wedding reception hosted at The Bellevue; in a perfectly and well-decorated hall by Shagun Weddings, amazed everyone with its exceptional environment. Before the celebration, our lovely duo entered from the opposite side of the staircase towards each other for a brief Christian ceremony, which was enchanting! Walking down the stairs as a married couple accompanied by fireworks was one of the epic moments of the night, and this was the beginning of this celebration. If you don't believe in fairy tales, today, you will change your mind as Vishaka showed up looking like a princess! This was thanks to the enormous talent from Styles By Swati - Salon SBS, who made sure to deliver such a royal look. And before we go any further, we want to make a big shoutout to Mehndi With Heena for the marvelous Mehndi designed for our lovely Maharani. An exquisite mix of art and beauty! This was a real party, and the beats from DJ Lucky (Platinum Entertainment) and Bellevue AV Creations enlivened this gala, making everyone dance the night away. Relive this fantastic event, by taking a look at today's full gallery and Video Blog

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We met at a trivia night in Dayton, Ohio, shortly after the Air Force stationed us both here! The rest is history.
 
From the Bride:
Harrison always makes me feel safe and protected. He made me feel comfortable being my true self since day one, and before I knew it he broke my walls down and was my best friend. I never had to doubt he would stand by me and stand up for me, but also encourage me to be my best self and grow with me.
 
From the Groom:
Vishaka always puts me and my needs above her own from the first day and every day since. Her love inspires me to be my best self and I've known from the beginning that she was the woman i wanted to spend the rest of my life with.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
He proposed at Disney World, during HIS birthday dinner, on the shores of the Grand Floridian resort while watching the Magic Kingdom fireworks across the lake!
 
Because it was his birthday I told him he could pick any restaurant that sounded good to him and he said he would make the reservation. When I found out the time of the dinner reservation I was initially super stressed out because we would be missing the Magic Kingdom fireworks, which would start around 15 minutes after our reservation time. He apologized and said he really wanted to eat at this one restaurant and this was the only reservation available, I softened up a bit and told him that we could just watch fireworks at the park the next night. Little did I know that our dinner reservation was at a restaurant with a patio across the lake from Magic Kingdom! He had planned with the restaurant for the waitress to offer to take a photo of us because it was his birthday, at which time they brought out my ring on a platter tucked into Cinderella's slipper along with champagne! Not only did he sneakily manage to capture our big moment with photos, but we also got to watch the fireworks from the patio of the restaurant with the show's audio streamed straight to the restaurant speakers! It was a fairytale 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.
We did our mehndi party at my parents house and kept it at an intimate 70 guests (haha!), whereas our wedding ceremony and reception sat at 200-250 guests.
 
Wedding day started off with a 3AM wakeup call to start hair and makeup for myself, my mother, and the bridal party. Although it was such an early start to the day, we enjoyed each other's company and my amazing day-of coordinator made a Starbucks run for us. (I absolutely love planning and I wanted to have a say in every detail of our big day, while being respectful of the traditions and rituals that my parents cherish and value, so finding balance was really important. We got a wedding coordinator involved fairly early in the process so that she could make sure all of our voices were heard and so she could bring my vision and planning to life on the big day while my groom, our families, our bridal party, and I were all able to truly enjoy the day. Definitely one of the best investments in wedding planning- we love Anisha from Our Day Events and are so grateful to have her team as part of our dream team!)
 
We had a tradition-meets-glamour Tamil Brahmin Hindu ceremony in the morning, followed by lunch. This was at a Hindu community center. It felt more spiritually focused than a hotel ballroom but was also a more elegant and private venue than a temple. Because it is a long ceremony and our American guests as well as many of the Indian guests don't know about the beautiful meanings behind the traditions, we did a lot of research with the help of our priest, and put together a narrative script for my cousin (who was my Maid of Honor) to read through so the guests would understand the significance of each phase of the ceremony.
 
Manju Mehta from Shagun Weddings was great to work with because she makes sure she gets to know each couple and each family to truly personalize your decor and bring your vision to life. She went through every aspect of decor with me from lighting to fabrics and layout of each event space. She also toured the venues with us to ensure that we would get what we wanted. One of the tricky things with a big ceremony like that is when close family members and the bridal party are actively involved in the ceremony it is often hard for guests to be able to watch the ceremony. We rented out special 2 feet tall risers for the whole mandap and jhoola/oonjal (Swing) so that no one would have to stand up or move around to be able to watch our ceremony.
 
The guests had a few hours of downtime to rest, and in the evening we had cocktail hour, followed by a Christian ceremony at the reception venue that led us straight into our reception. This venue was the embodiment of glamor-- marble floors, grand staircases, and huge chandeliers with an AV system that was out of this world. I really wanted cold sparks (indoor fireworks), and they were able to make that dream come true, but also able to include versatile uplighting, dance floor lighting, and fog/cloud effects for our first dance. The AV systems were incorporated into the venue, so planning for our DJ and lighting and special effects was easy because it all came part of the package!
 
The evening was basically a luxurious fairytale dream. My family is very traditional in their Hindu background and my husband's side of the family has non-denominational Christian backgrounds, so we wanted to be able to incorporate both traditions into our big day. We are both active duty Air Force officers (which is how we met in Dayton, OH) so he wore his mess dress uniform (or as I like to call it his "Prince Charming getup") for our Christian ceremony and reception.
 
The trickiest part of wedding planning is figuring out priorities and budgeting. Although parents are often as generous with their wallets as they are boundless with their love, it is important as an Indian-American woman to be able to contribute to her own wedding and minimize unnecessary expenditure when possible. Instead of getting a multi-tiered traditional wedding cake in a few flavors, we opted for a unique twist with Nothing Bundt Cakes! We got a cupcake tower from Amazon, had them place our bundt cake on the top tier, and filled the remaining tiers and our dessert table with bundtinis (their version of cupcakes) in 7 or 8 different flavors! We bought gold cupcake liners from Hobby Lobby in lieu of the dark brown standard ones the bakery uses so that they would tie into our decor theme a little better, and that small detail made a very pretty difference. We also had a variety of Indian pastries on platters, so our guests had a vast repertoire of desserts (and flavors) to indulge in. There were several things we definitely splurged on -- especially venues and photo/videography, but we wouldn't change that for the world. Our venues were beautiful, our decor was true to our vision, we had a dream-come-true day, and above all of it we have breathtaking photography and videography that artfully capture our memories.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
For our Hindu ceremony in the morning, I have been dreaming of a luxurious red kancheepuram silk saree from Chennai Silks since the moment I saw it on a commercial several years ago. It was part of their Vivaaha collection and my mom actually went to India to get it for me! I felt so elegant in that saree.
 
My favorite part was my 9-yard saree which is traditionally worn during the second half of a Hindu Brahmin wedding. I didn't want a cookie-cutter maroon one, but I wanted it to be fun and true to who I am while paying respect to our roots. I actually ended up getting a saree made straight from the silk looms of Kancheepuram with multicolored checkers and a border in my favorite colors: hot pink with gold embroidery!
 
I knew there was no way I could pull off wearing an all-white gown in front of my parents and 200 of their best friends (as all-white is often considered inauspicious), so my white gown dreams came true in the form of the most beautiful ivory lehenga I've ever laid eyes on (thanks Meenal aunty from Meenal's Indian Fashions in Herndon, VA!).
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
We scripted our Christian ceremony ourselves (as in, I did it with his help in selecting scripture readings) and a close friend of his from college (the United States Air Force Academy) also happens to be an ordained minister so we had her officiate our Christian ceremony. It was a really special and personal touch we were able to add to our day.
 
I also really enjoyed putting together the narrative for my MoH to read during our Hindu ceremony. Not only did it help our guests understand the phases of the ceremony but it also helped us better understand and appreciate the traditions that we were honoring.
 
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 DIY-ed a lot of stuff! We got blush and gold gift bags in bulk from an online outlet, designed and made our own Thank You stickers using Avery software to put on the bags, and even made our seating cards for our guests at the reception with Avery software and cardstock.
 
With the help of some of my bridesmaids, I was able to make a sign for the shoe room at the ceremony venue, welcome signs for the ceremony and reception venues, a Pinterest-style sign for free seating at the lunch, and a sign in memory of my great-grandmother for her seat at the wedding ceremony.
 
Using the Audacity app, I cut the music for several of the dance routines: our first dance, another choreographed Bollywood duet we did, a bride and maid-of-honor duet dance, as well as the music for each of the bridal party entrances and our Christian ceremony entrance! I actually counted the number of steps at our reception venue and timed the counts of music for us to make it down the stairs at the same time and meet in the middle for the ceremony. It all takes time and hard work but all the personal pieces made our day so special.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
We had an unforgettable day that still feels like a dream, and we hope it helps inspire other couples to believe you really can have all you want in your big day if you plan for it and make it happen-- no matter the different backgrounds you come from, it'll be a beautiful dreamy union of you and the person you love and choose and fought for, but also your families. Remember that the people you include in your dream team for your dream day should be the people you want and trust to make the best of the day for you.
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
Instead of bouquets we did diyas (clay lamps) for each of the bridesmaids to carry down the aisle. We used LED candles inside the lamps and the outside of the lamps were decorated with mirrors and intricate Indian paint patterns.
 
Mehndi with Heena was an amazing decision for us. Heena aunty and her team were stellar in personalizing my Mehndi and making each woman's experience so special. She included every unique detail of my and Harrison's love story and life into my henna design, and even did a beautiful pattern on his hand with my name written in it. Fabulous genuine high-quality art which I will remain forever grateful for.

For more inspiring stories as this one, visit us again. You will be delighted!
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Floral & Decor: Shagun Weddings | Photography: Akbar Sayed Photography | Mehndi Artists: Mehndi With Heena | Hair & Makeup: Styles By Swati - Salon SBS | Cinematography: Akbar Sayed Photography | Ceremony Venue: Chinmaya Somnath | Reception Venue: The Bellevue | Planning & Design: Our Day Events (Anisha Ninan) | Catering: Paradise Indian Cuisine | DJ: DJ Lucky (Platinum Entertainment) | DJ: Bellevue AV Creations | Cake & Treats: Nothing Bundt Cakes | Hindu Priest for the morning ceremony: Venkatrama Sastri | Christian ceremony: Jasmine Niklas


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 | Lighting: 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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