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Flushing, NY Indian Fusion Wedding by George Street Photo & Video

We are back with Gaitree & Kenroy's marvelous fusion wedding! I can't wait to share with you the details of the grand reception and the romantic photo shoot that went on after the ceremony, so let's get right to it. The Westbury Manor hosted the newlyweds and their guests for the bash and the place was looking heavenly, just the way it should be when a Maharani is getting married. The team from Fern 'n' Decor was recruited to craft the floral arrangements and decoration of the venue, and they nailed it completely. A true success! Our couple also wanted to pamper their loved ones after an evening of flying emotions, so for that, the incredibly delicious culinary sweets from Francesco's Bakery made their appearance and it is safe to say that the guests got the sugar rush they needed to tear the dance floor apart. The one in charge of making that happen? DJ RAJ Entertainment & Event Lighting of course. The fun pro brought the house down with a fine selection of songs that left no one seated. Want to see the rest of today's nuptials? Join us in our gallery captured by George Street Photo & Video

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Our story began in June 2014 when Gaitree first met Kenroy's best friend and best man, Devon at a wedding. Although Kenroy wasn't there, in epic wing man fashion, Devon set up a double date for us with him and his wife, Sara, who also went to high school with Gaitree. A week later, Kenroy and Gaitree crossed paths for the very first time at a restaurant in Long Island, N.Y. and the rest, as they say, is history. After two and half years of dating, we were engaged on March 16, 2017 while on vacation in New Orleans. I knew Kenroy was the one when I started to realize he saw me the way I wanted the rest of the world to see me. We understood each other and brought out the best in each other and that's when I knew I wanted a future with him.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Kenroy and I were on vacation in New Orleans, I was just getting ready one morning in the hotel room. This was about halfway through our trip, and I thought I was getting ready for just another day of sight-seeing and exploring the city. But when I turned around from the mirror, Kenroy was on one knee and asked if I wanted to marry him and I said, at first, are you serious? Then of course, yes. It was simple, intimate and just the two of us. I wouldn't have wanted it any other way because he knows I get very shy in big, opening settings when I'm the center of attention.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My bridal lengha was custom made from India. I knew I always wanted a traditional red wedding dress. And when I walked into the store and saw it on the mannequin, I knew I had to have it and nothing else would do. I tried on several outfits but kept coming back to my first choice. It turned out beautiful and I loved wearing it. I felt like true royalty in that outfit, as every bride should on their wedding day. 
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The best moment of the wedding had to be our entrance into the reception. We wanted to do something to reflect our Trinidadian and Guyanese cultures so we walked in waving our flags with our immediate families also waving their flags to Soca music. It was like we were at a carnival. I think it reflected the marriage of our West Indian culture perfectly.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
These are the words of wisdom I wished someone had told me sooner. At some point during the planning process, it may seem that picking the right flowers, decorations or whatever decision is stressing you out at that moment is going to make or break your wedding. It may even be causing you and your fiancé undo conflict but at the end of the day, no one will remember what color the decorations were or what the flowers looked like, the only thing they will remember about the wedding, is that they had a good time. 
 
Every day a brand new feature, Maharanis, stick around! 
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DJ: DJ RAJ Entertainment & Event Lighting | Cakes & Treats: Francescos Bakery | Photography: George Street Photo & Video | Ceremony Venue: The Hindu Temple Society of North America Community Center | Reception Venue: The Westbury Manor | Floral & Decor: Fern 'n' Decor | Hair & Makeup: Lulu's Hair | Bridal Fashions: Samaira | Registry: Zola Wedding Registry


Flushing, NY Indian Fusion Wedding by George Street Photo & Video

A brand new day is here, ladies, and that means a brand new feature for our senses! Today, our glam and charm plane lands in the amazing and busy New York for Gaitree & Kenroy's enchanting fusion wedding. The Hindu Temple Society of North America Community Center housed the ceremonial rituals we will see, they were absolutely heartwarming and mystic. The gorgeous Maharani Gaitree beautifully flaunted a breathtaking lemon chiffon lengha that totally blew my mind because of its minimalistic style. It truly highlighted the delicate features of our bride, making her look even more stunning for her dreamed day. The classic and traditional red and gold lengha couldn't be missing from the spree. The bride glowed in it during the vows and the quintessential Hindu commitment look was indeed complete. All the details are in our gallery thanks to the creative work of the team from George Street Photo & Video. So, let's get right into this beautiful fusion wedding!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Our story began in June 2014 when Gaitree first met Kenroy's best friend and best man, Devon at a wedding. Although Kenroy wasn't there, in epic wing man fashion, Devon set up a double date for us with him and his wife, Sara, who also went to high school with Gaitree. A week later, Kenroy and Gaitree crossed paths for the very first time at a restaurant in Long Island, N.Y. and the rest, as they say, is history. After two and half years of dating, we were engaged on March 16, 2017 while on vacation in New Orleans. I knew Kenroy was the one when I started to realize he saw me the way I wanted the rest of the world to see me. We understood each other and brought out the best in each other and that's when I knew I wanted a future with him.
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Kenroy and I were on vacation in New Orleans, I was just getting ready one morning in the hotel room. This was about halfway through our trip, and I thought I was getting ready for just another day of sight-seeing and exploring the city. But when I turned around from the mirror, Kenroy was on one knee and asked if I wanted to marry him and I said, at first, are you serious? Then of course, yes. It was simple, intimate and just the two of us. I wouldn't have wanted it any other way because he knows I get very shy in big, opening settings when I'm the center of attention.
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My bridal lengha was custom made from India. I knew I always wanted a traditional red wedding dress. And when I walked into the store and saw it on the mannequin, I knew I had to have it and nothing else would do. I tried on several outfits but kept coming back to my first choice. It turned out beautiful and I loved wearing it. I felt like true royalty in that outfit, as every bride should on their wedding day. 
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The best moment of the wedding had to be our entrance into the reception. We wanted to do something to reflect our Trinidadian and Guyanese cultures so we walked in waving our flags with our immediate families also waving their flags to Soca music. It was like we were at a carnival. I think it reflected the marriage of our West Indian culture perfectly.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
These are the words of wisdom I wished someone had told me sooner. At some point during the planning process, it may seem that picking the right flowers, decorations or whatever decision is stressing you out at that moment is going to make or break your wedding. It may even be causing you and your fiancé undo conflict but at the end of the day, no one will remember what color the decorations were or what the flowers looked like, the only thing they will remember about the wedding, is that they had a good time. 
 
Stick around for more, ladies! 
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GUIDE
style
Fusion
Contemporary
season
Summer
color
DJ: DJ RAJ Entertainment & Event Lighting | Cakes & Treats: Francescos Bakery | Photography: George Street Photo & Video | Ceremony Venue: The Hindu Temple Society of North America Community Center | Reception Venue: The Westbury Manor | Floral & Decor: Fern 'n' Decor | Hair & Makeup: Lulu's Hair | Bridal Fashions: Samaira | Registry: Zola Wedding Registry


Newark, CA Indian Fusion Wedding by Aiya Photography

Welcome back loves! For your delight and inspiration, we have an incredibly sophisticated and stylish feature that you can't miss. Kasey & Keshlyn for their nuptials decided to merge both of their backgrounds and have two separate weddings that were absolutely incredible. The western ceremony was as beautiful as you would expect from two souls that love each other madly. Our gorgeous Maharani wore a long white gown with enchanting lace details in the front that made her look completely stunning. The beautiful bouquet was crafted by Dana's Flower Basket and I'm just loving the color combination on it. The violet, coral and white flowers were truly a glam pro-pick as we will see. The elegant Raja Keshlyn's choice was a light grey tux with a violet toned bowtie that was an absolute knockout. No wonder why Maharani Kasey chose him as her prince! These two lovebirds swore everlasting love to one another and our friends from Aiya Photography were there to capture every single moment of that important milestone in their lives. So, without further ado, here we have Kasey & Keshlyn's dazzling celebration in our full gallery!

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See you tomorrow!

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Photography: Aiya Photography | Ceremony Venue: Chandni Restaurant | Reception Venue: Chandni Restaurant | Haldi Mandap / Home Decor: Events by Nikhil | Hindu Wedding Floral & Decor: Samira from Chandni Restaurant | Floral & Bouquets: Dana's Flower Basket | Hindu Wedding Hair & Makeup: Cherry On Top Events by Jen | Western Wedding Table Centerpieces: Bride's Mother-in-law | Western Wedding Hair & Makeup: Jerilyndee Beauty | Hindu Wedding Catering: Chandni Restaurant | Western Wedding Catering: Made Out of Dough | DJ: DJ Hitt (Rohit Sharma) | Hindu Wedding Bridal Fashions: Sari Palace Berkeley | Western Wedding Bridal Fashions: Blossoms | Bridal Shoes: Nordstrom | Bridal Jewelry: Sari Palace Berkeley | Mehndi Artist: Ravie from Keyuri | Hindu Wedding Mandap: Bay Area Mandap Rentals | Hindu Priest & Wedding Programs: Acharya Satya Prakash Sharma


Dallas, Texas Ismaili Wedding by A&A Video Productions

A lovely Ismaili wedding is here to brighten our day, Maharanis! A&A Video Productions brings us a high school sweethearts love story in a series of images that are absolutely adorable! Our Maharani Sana started getting ready for the long-awaited day and in no time Ms. Painted Lady magnified our bride's natural beauty and was ready to surprise Raja Rahim in a romantic first look session. Maharani Sana was looking heavenly in a white saree with beautiful embroidery work next to her prince charming Rahim, and in our bride's own words, this moment was extra special: "Once we were both ready, it was time for our first look. When I was in India, I had shown Rahim every outfit I was purchasing for both of us except for my Nikkah saree. I wanted that to be a total surprise for him, so seeing his face during our first look will always be one of my favorite memories." Our lovebirds then tied the knot in a private and memorable ceremony at the Dallas HQ Jamatkhana & Ismaili Center and later continued with the traditional khoba khobi rituals surrounded by their loved ones. Join me in our full gallery for all the deets!

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Follow me in our next feature for all the details of their bash!

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DJ: Outspoken Visions Entertainment | Lighting: Outspoken Visions Entertainment | Photo Booths: Outspoken Visions Entertainment | Sangeet Venue: Dallas/Addison Marriott Quorum by the Galleria | Ceremony Venue: Dallas HQ Jamatkhana & Ismaili Center | Reception Venue: Dallas/Addison Marriott Quorum by the Galleria | Day-of coordinator: Party of Two | Floral & Decor: Bebe's Decor | Hair & Makeup: Ms. Painted Lady | Reception Catering: Al Markaz Restaurant | Bridal Jewelry: Shree Novelty in Santa Cruz | Photographer: A&A Video Productions | Cinematographer: A&A Video Productions | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Paperless Post | Mehndi Artist: Meena's Mehndi | Reception Groom Fashion: The Black Tux | Sangeet Catering: Bombay Chopstix | Sangeet Bridal Fashion: Magic Mirror | Nikkah Bridal Fashion: Aishwarya Design Studio | Reception Bridal Fashion: Seasons | Sangeet and Nikkah Groom Fashion: Sutantu


San Jose, CA Indian Fusion Wedding by Rana Films

Today's story beautifully shot by Rana Films unveils the fantastic fusion wedding of Sara and Pranav! This charming Californian couple decided to take the journey of a lifetime joined by their nearest and dearest and started the blissful voyage with a fabulous Sangeet celebration at the Quinlan Community Center. The joyful event offered beautiful favors such as colorful bangles for the ladies and displayed neon color linens to uplift the tables, while a small yet charming red backdrop served as the main visual spot! All these colorful creations were brought to life thanks to the amazing BYG Events by Asha who also helped our lovebirds in the assembly of their fabulous nuptials! TM's Makeup Artistry gave our Maharani Sara a beautiful makeup she finished off with a striking pink lip color while a half updo added a contemporary and elegant flair to her vibrant Sangeet Anarkali! I can't wait to show you the second part of this unique fusion matrimony up next! Meanwhile, head to the gallery for a closer look at the pre-wedding celebrations!

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We still have lots of more details of this lovely fusion wedding in our following feature!

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Hair & Makeup: TM's Makeup Artistry | Sangeet Venue: Quinlan Community Center | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Ranch Golf Club | Planning & Design: BYG Events by Asha - Asha Gangwani | Garlands: Sri Raja Rajeshwara Temple | Decor: BYG Events by Asha - Asha Gangwani | Sangeet Catering: Jalsa Catering & Events | Wedding Catering: Sri Catering | Photography: Rana Films | Cinematography: Rana Films


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