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Somerset, NJ Indian Wedding by Ishan Fotografi

Happy Tuesday, ladies! Today, we elevate the romance with Dhwani & Rangan's intimate photo shoot leading to their wedding ceremony at The Marigold. So get ready because we are about to witness something extraordinary! Before her much anticipated walk down the aisle, Dhwani spent some time with Luxey Looks, who took care of her makeup and hairstyle needs with royal treatment. This natural beauty became the ultimate bombshell knockout thanks to the elegant hairstyle and the nude makeup that made her look like a princess. No wonder why Rangan couldn't take his eyes off of her during the romantic photoshoot carried out by the talented team at Ishan Fotografi. After this intimate and beautiful photoshoot, it was time to carry on with the outdoor wedding ceremony that united these two in marriage. The couple brought Rangoli Weddings on board to make their dream wedding come true, and the result was a wedding ceremony brimming with tradition, elegance, and beauty. They took advantage of the natural environment to create a minimalist yet gorgeous decor that revolves around the beautiful Mandap in soft pink and white hues that set the mood for this life-changing event. And we know that no wedding is complete without music. So we want to give a big shoutout to Luxe Event Group for their endless repertoire, as it provided the best musical background to enliven this entire celebration. If you want to get more details of this sweet and romantic story, you cannot miss today's gallery. It is an absolute visual delight you don't want to miss!

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That is all for today, ladies! We hope to see you here tomorrow when we unveil a new love story.

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DJ: Amplifire Entertainment | Photography: Ishan Fotografi | Floral & Decor: Rangoli Weddings | Hair & Makeup: Luxey Looks | Catering: Chand Palace


Temecula, CA Indian Fusion Wedding by EDGE9 Media

Good morning, Maharanis! Today we are very excited to share all the lovely scenes surrounding Nandita & Vishnu's wonderful wedding celebration. This event combines all the things we love and immerses us in a beautiful journey that we can be part of, thanks to the visual masterpieces captured by Edge9 Media. Throughout this magnificent gallery, we will relieve a journey that mixes traditions, colors, emotions, dances, and above all, lots of love. We are sure there was not a single dry eye at the Mount Palomar Winery as our bride walked down the aisle in a striking, red lengha with golden embroidery that made everyone sigh. And in case you were wondering who was the mastermind behind such a traditional and sophisticated outfit and jewelry, it was none other than Nazrana. Their bridal collection is fantastic, and they have something for every bride. But you know that a dreamy look does not only rely on the outfit; that is why Nandita brought Makeup by Dina on board to take care of her beauty needs and Henna San Diego to design a fabulous Mehndi. And, oh boy, the final result was to die for! After the ceremony, there was a reception party truly showered with love and care reflected in all the uplifting moments the couple shared along with their family and friends. Hands down, this wedding had everything! From the spectacular decor by Deepti's Florals Designs & Mandaps to the sick beats by DJ Insomnia, this wedding celebration was an ode to beauty, flair, and extravaganza. And we want to give a big shoutout to Subham Events for making this event happen. We are sure Nandita & Vishnu could not have asked for a more beautiful wedding celebration! 

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Vishnu and I met through the app 'Dil Mil'. Shortly after connecting through the app, we discovered multiple similarities in our histories, interests, and overall lives. I quickly felt understood, and at home with him. Despite this comfort, I held my distance and tried to proceed slowly (years of dating had me skeptical of relationships). Nevertheless, Vishnu was not deterred by distance, he persisted. He broke down all my walls through his patience, his desire to make me happy, and ultimately - his unconditional love. He loved me for me, and it was the most beautiful feeling in the world.

If that wasn't enough... our lives integrated so well. Most importantly, the relationships between both of our families and our personal relationships with each other's families was one of respect, love, and most importantly- joy. Having these relationships evolve and grow around us further strengthened our own relationship. So much so, that the moment I knew I wanted to marry Vishnu was the moment I saw Vishnu and my parent hanging out on vacation- they were all so relaxed, comfortable, and happy! It just felt right. I knew in that moment, that he was the missing puzzle piece. :)

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Our families and I (along with an AMAZING team of vendors) had spent countless hours planning, and re-planning our wedding. The pandemic had presented it's fair share of challenges and we forced to adjust to each one of them. Leading up to the wedding, there was some level of nervousness as well. Would there be another shut down? Would everyone be safe? Would flights be cancelled? But then the wedding week had finally arrived, and every fear and anxiety disappeared.

The week kicked off with our family & friends flying in from around the world. Most of our guests had jumped through hoops to come, and we were so incredibly humbled by their efforts & love. Prior to the week, I feared the size of our wedding- we had about half the guests we would have had pre-covid, would not allow for a lively celebration. But honestly, the intimate size of our wedding was one of things that made the wedding feel extra special. When we looked around, we saw a room of nothing but people who had supported & loved Vishnu and I. It made for a comfortable, relaxed, and ultimately happy space for our celebrations.

I can't honestly say planning a wedding during covid was an enjoyable experience, but I can say, I have a evener deeper appreciation for both my family and Vishnus- who kept us strong and positive throughout every obstacle and every change. All our lives they have been our rocks and our biggest supporters...and yet again, they came through for us <3

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
So many of the guests used the words 'Perfect' or 'Magical' to describe our wedding festivities. I think the accolade can be contributed to two main factors. For starters, every detail came together beautifully. It was actually surreal. Not only did everything fall into place, but every event & every moment surpassed our expectations. The extensive team of vendors, our wedding coordinator, and my mom especially worked tirelessly behind the scenes to make sure everything was perfect....and it truly was. The decor was stunning, the food delicious, the beats were sick- it was all perfect.

Secondly, and maybe more importantly, we had the most amazing set of family and friends there to help celebrate our special day. COVID allowed for an intimate wedding where everyone could mingle and rejoice together.

Finally, probably the biggest compliment, and something we heard multiple times was that there did not appear to be a 'groom's side' and a 'bride's side'...it all just seemed like one big, happy family. We also felt exactly the same way :)

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
One moment in particular during the wedding that stands out to me is the first dance. As a long time Disney lover and self-proclaimed princess at heart, I choose the song 'A Whole New World' for our dance. The song was sung by none other than my sister and Vishnu's brother (both of which went to the same HS and sang in the same choir). Their voices were beautiful, and everyone in the audience said they were in awe. For Vishnu and I, the feeling was even more surreal. We loved these two people with all our hearts, and they were sharing this special moment with us in the most real way. As if everything was perfect enough, just as we started to dance, a slight wind picked up and it started to drizzle. Maybe some other brides would have been bothered, but honestly, I loved it! The drizzle, and the music, and dancing with the love off my life ....it all felt right out of a Disney movie! I truly felt like a princess.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
TRUST YOUR VENDORS. I can not express this enough. I gave my vendors an idea of my vision. I listened to their feedback on what they thought works/doesn't work/etc. And I am so happy I did... every single event went incredibly smoothly, and every detail came together beautifully. It was actually surreal. Not only did everything fall into place, but every event & every moment surpassed our expectations. The extensive team of vendors, our wedding coordinator, and my mom especially worked tirelessly behind the scenes to make sure everything was perfect....and it truly was. The decor was stunning, the food delicious, the beats were sick- it was all perfect. TRUST YOUR VENDORS- they are experts in what they do!

Thank you for joining us today! We hope to see you here tomorrow, same place, same time!

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Mehndi Artists: Henna San Diego | Floral & Decor: Deepti's Florals Designs & Mandaps | Hair & Makeup: Makeup by Dina | Sangeet Venue/Ceremony Venue/ Reception Venue: Mount Palomar Winery | Planning & Design: Subham Events | Catering: Mantra Catering | DJ: DJ Insomnia | Baraat: Harpreet Sidhu | Bridal Fashions: Nazrana | Bridal Jewelry: Nazrana | Cinematography: Edge9 Media | Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling: Glamorized By Penny | Lighting: Inland Empire Audio Video Rentals | Photography: Edge9 Media


Brooklyn, NY Indian Fusion Wedding by Elvira Kalviste Photography

Happy Thursday, Maharanis! We hope you are ready for a new love story because we are dying to share all the details surrounding Roohi & Ameya's wedding celebration. We are starting this love journey by joining our lovebirds at their first look photo session captured by Elvira Kalviste Photography. This talented studio transformed the Brooklyn streets into a perfect canvas for this unforgettable moment, creating marvelous scenes. It is not just the fact that the shots are spectacular; it is the way they transmit a lot of emotions that make them outstanding! After the photoshoot, it was time to carry on with the intimate wedding ceremony hosted at the Weylin. The lovely floral arrangements by Wild Floral Designs and the spectacular decor crafted by Your Chuppah NY tied it all together, creating a magnificent setting for Roohi & Ameya to say "I do" in the company of their family and friends. Anywhere you looked, there were beauty and flair all over the place. Still, nothing compared to the jaw-dropping style of our gorgeous Maharani after being pampered by SV Bridal Concepts by Sanjana Vaswani. After the ceremony, this event transitioned into an elegant reception party animated by DJ Sunny Entertainment, whose endless repertoire put everyone on their feet. And we want to give a big shoutout to Ask Neha Now for the perfect planning and execution of this wedding celebration, as her talent and expertise contributed to making this wedding as impressive as it was! For more incredible shots, don't miss today's gallery. You will love it so much!

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There is more to come, ladies. So, make sure to join us tomorrow for a new lovely, and inspiring story!

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Hair & Makeup: SV Bridal Concepts by Sanjana Vaswani | Mehndi Artists: Henna by Tanvi | Planning & Design: Ask Neha Now | Sangeet Venue: 26 Bridge | Ceremony Venue: Weylin | Flowers: Wild Floral Designs | Decor: Your Chuppah NY | Catering: Mehtani Restaurant Group | DJ: DJ Sunny Entertainment | Lighting & Sound: Brooktech | Rentals: Party Rentals | Transportation: United Coach Line | Hotel: Hoxton | Staffing: HMG Hospitality Made Great | Photography: Elvira Kalviste Photography


Huntington Beach, CA Sikh Wedding by Lin & Jirsa Photography

Good morning, ladies! Get ready to enjoy because we're taking you on a love journey through Jasmine & Avneet's wedding festivities. If the name of this lovely couple sounds familiar, that's because their wedding already featured in our Video Blog, thanks to the fantastic film created by Avec Lumiere Productions. And we loved this celebration so much that we wanted to share the fabulous shots by Lin & Jirsa Photography with you. So, let's jump right into it. The beauty, flair, and grandeur surrounding this outdoor wedding mirrored the fabulous look of our gorgeous Maharani Jasmine. She trusted her beauty needs to Dolled up by Lulu, who delivered nothing but exquisiteness in the form of elegant makeup and classy hairstyle. To complement this jaw-dropping look, Beauty by Lishma designed a fantastic Mehndi that we loved so much. Following the line of elegance and amazingness set by our lovely couple, Three Petals Design crafted a heavenly decor in soft-pastel hues, more than perfect for the occasion. And before we go any further, we want to give The Marigold Company a big shoutout for the on-point planning and execution of this event at the Pasea Hotel & Spa. Hands down, they were major contributors in making this celebration as memorable as it was. For more details of this lovely wedding, visit today's gallery for the full reveal. It will take your breath away.

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
An intercontinental romance that all started with a swipe! Avneet and I matched on Hinge in November 2017. At the time he was living in Berlin, Germany and I was in Philly completing my fellowship community psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania. One of the questions Avneet had to fill out was "What is the most spontaneous thing you have ever done?" He answered, "Quit my job and moved to Berlin." It wasn't apparent to me that he still lived in Berlin at that time. Despite this, there was a clear and instant connection and we spent most of the subsequent winter months engaging in daily phone calls, despite a 6 hour time zone difference. By the time we met in Amsterdam face to face 3 months later, I felt like I already knew Avneet. It was a huge relief to not spend that time participating in the typical "first date" questions, but rather exploring a new city together, with our close friends. We finally made it official in November 2018 after countless trips between the US and Europe. We traveled to new cities as well as to each other's hometowns, endured challenges, and pushed one another out of our comfort zones.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Avneet moved back to the States on May 30, 2019 and picked me up from the airport the following day. We drove to Laguna Beach thinking it was going to be a perfect, sunny California day. We went down to the beach by a secluded cove only to find out it was very gloomy, high tides and almost raining. I was wondering why we were at the beach with such weather until Avneet got down on one knee and asked me to marry him! Less than 24 hours after moving home after 3 years in Europe! I had no idea he had planned a proposal and purchased a ring all while living on the other side of the world.

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 had spent almost a year planning our original wedding date. We took countless trips to California to get each detail of our Punjabi Sikh wedding just right. I even traveled to India in Fall 2019 after 15 years to customize multiple bridal outfits.

After making the decision to postpone in early March, we were fortunate enough to find an officiant just days before our original wedding date and ended up getting married on a path by the waterfront near our apartment in Jersey City. We did not think of re-planning a wedding for many months but as the COVID numbers dropped throughout the summer, we decided to move forward with only an outdoor religious ceremony, cutting our 300+ guestlist down to just 70 of our closest family and friends. We also cancelled an east coast and west coast Sangeet, as well as a reception, instead opting for a short lunch following our ceremony, also outdoors.

Planning the wedding the second time around really put things such as decor in perspective for me. While I previously spent too many hours to count trying to bring multiple different themes to life for each function, in October I opted for a more clean and elegant aesthetic, using neutral tones and pampas, complimenting the beautiful line of palm trees along the beach for our backdrop. That is definitely not to say we did not splurge on a waterfront venue, seamless white aisle, clear Chivari chair rentals, beautiful place settings, etc, but the main focus was the safety of our loved ones. We minimized exposure by eliminating an open dance floor, seating members of the same household together, providing each guest with hand sanitizers and personalized masks that read "Jasmine & Avneet are quarantined for life!"

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
One particular thing that stands out from our guests is the number of times people said "this is how weddings should always be," referring to being around just their closest loved ones. Too many times weddings can become over-the-top showcases, with endless guest counts and both the couple and guests lose the real meaning behind the day. I believe our guests appreciated how mindful we were of our reduced guest count, although it did unfortunately mean some immediate family from India and Canada were unable to attend. We did have a live YouTube stream set up for everyone to watch the day of.

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.
After two sangeets were cancelled, my in-laws surprised me with a beautiful backyard mehndi. It was an amazing transformation in true Punjabi fashion, full of vibrant colors, marigold flowers, hanging umbrellas and a bangle station. I opted to wear a colorful half lengha to maximize comfort during my mehndi application. Two special designs I incorporated into my bridal mendhi were a pair of sneakers (my husband's favorite) and a dog paw for our puppy, Bixby (named after the bridge in Big Sur, California)! I feel so fortunate to have had such an intimate pre-wedding function with both families, memories I will truly cherish forever.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
We feel so fortunate to have solidified our union with a COVID-safe, intimate outdoor wedding even in the most uncertain of our times. One of the biggest lessons I personally have learned as a Type A, extreme planner, is to just let go. I had spent many sleepless nights, too many to count spreadsheets budgeting and hundreds of calls coordinating 10+ vendors for an elaborate affair only to be hit with barrier after barrier. Despite this we still ended up with the most perfect day... TWICE! We secured an officiant just days prior to our original wedding date and ended up being featured on a COVID wedding segment on the Today Show! Later, in October we were finally able to proceed with our Sikh ceremony surrounded by our closest loved ones. Fate really just has its own way of working things out - whether it be the logistics of a (really) long distance relationship, or planning a wedding. We know we can really tackle anything life may throw at us! We hope this message of love is an inspiration to other couples in similar situations. Two continents, an ocean, and a six-hour time difference couldn’t stop our love story — just proof that love does, in fact, win.

We have more lovely stories for you, ladies! So, make sure to join us tomorrow for more.

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Hair & Makeup: Dolled up by Lulu | Planning & Design: The Marigold Company | Mehndi Artists: Beauty by Lishma | Venues: Pasea Hotel & Spa | Floral & Decor: Three Petals Design | Catering: Manohar's Delhi Palace | DJ: 3D Sounds | Bridal Fashions: Frontier Raas | Bridal Jewelry: Frontier Raas | Cinematography: Avec Lumiere Productions | Programs & Signage: The Paperie by Aman | Rentals: Three Petals Design | Photography: Lin & Jirsa Photography


Somerset, NJ Indian Wedding by Dreamline Productions LLC.

Good morning, Maharanis! Are you ready for another charming and inspiring story? We know you are! So wait no more and get ready to enjoy Rucha & Rahul's wedding celebration. We know that planning a wedding is not easy, let alone a wedding in the times of COVID. Still, this lovely couple embraced the challenge and orchestrated a magical wedding celebrated at The Imperia! This venue's halls transformed into a majestic setting reminiscent of an Indian Palace, thanks to the fantastic decor crafted by MM Celebrations. Anywhere you looked, it had amazingness written all over the place. Our lovely  Maharani burst into the room looking drop-dead gorgeous after being pampered by SakhiBeauty Salon New Jersey. The nude makeup and the exquisite hairstyle praised this Maharani's innate beauty and made her look like a princess, just like we all want to look for our big day! If you want to take a closer look at this wedding animated by Luxe Event Group, don miss today's full gallery by Dreamline Productions LLC. Every shot is an absolute visual masterpiece you don't want to miss. So, there is no reason to wait. Jump into this spectacular gallery, and get ready to be amazed!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I met Rahul while visiting my brother who lived in Maryland at the time for St. Patty's Day weekend. Rahul knew my brother from prior so he had joined a group of us for the weekend festivities. I had heard his name before from my brother mentioning his name here and there, but that weekend was the first time I met Rahul in person. After that weekend, we began talking more on a consistent basis. Over time, I knew he was the one because he is able to always make me laugh and brings a smile to my face in any situation.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
This was the surprise of a lifetime! Little did I know that the girls trip with three of my best friends and I were planning to Nashville, Tennessee was going to turn into my surprise proposal. My best friends and I were planning out the itinerary while my best friend Apurva was secretly working with Rahul on the side to plan the most perfect and amazing proposal. One part of our trip included a trip to a beautiful winery since we all enjoy wineries very much. The girls had a picked a "random" row of vines to walk through while I was still completely clueless about what was to happen next. As I walked further down that row, I saw picture frames that included pictures of moments that Rahul and I shared together. My heart was racing and as I looked up, Rahul was standing at the end of the row with the ring. I had no idea that he would be flying in for one day to propose. It was the most beyond perfect, most beyond amazing, most beyond beautiful and most beyond surprise filled proposal that I could have asked for. It was so special to have my best friends there to cherish and share that incredibly amazing moment with me. It was so memorable and one of my best memories! A very special and big thank you to my best friend Apurva for helping with all the planning and to Shalini and Prachi to help keep it all a surprise to give me the best, beyond perfect and amazing proposal. All three of them did such an awesome job keeping it a secret from me. And of course, to Rahul for setting up the most wonderful proposal and asking me to marry him.

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 is definitely a daunting task that feels like a roller coaster ride filled with fun, excitement, stress, thrill and the feeling of just wanting to scream for joy and out of stress. I love to stay organized and make lists so I began by creating a wedding binder with different sections for each vendor. Each vendor section included tabs for expenses, information, deposit deadlines that I would be able to access readily. I referred to Instagram and Pinterest for ideas on hair, makeup, mehndi designs and mandap designs. The first two things that we secured were the wedding date and venue. Then we began the search for our other vendors from referrals and social media. We met with the different vendors in person and went on venue tours before deciding the perfect fit for us. Once the vendors were finalized, the planning felt more organized and solidified. We felt that we had picked the perfect, talented, most accommodating vendors because they helped to keep the rest of the wedding planning smooth sailing. They would follow up with phone call meetings, shared Google Docs, makeup trials, and in person meetings to see the fabric, colors and pieces for the mandap setup. All of our vendors went above and beyond to meet our needs to make our wedding day perfect. As the wedding planning was moving along, we were faced with an even bigger challenge. We had to cancel our original wedding date due to the COVID pandemic. That brought on a whole new obstacle that altered almost our entire original wedding agenda. It was extremely stressful but each of our vendors stuck it through with us and were very accommodating and helpful till our new wedding date in November 2020. Despite the craziness that came along with planning a COVID wedding, all of our vendors were wonderful in still helping to make our wedding day perfect, smooth, organized and filled with excitement.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
Selecting a bridal lengha was definitely a stressful task for me because I had no idea what color or style I wanted to wear. The only thing I knew was that I wanted it to be simple yet elegant and light yet dressy enough for a bride and unique. While some brides go into wedding planning already knowing the type of style, color and design they want for their wedding day, I had to start by looking up different styles, designs and colors on Instagram and Pintrest to get ideas. After researching a bit, I was able to better envision what I would wear on my wedding day. That helped to narrow down my search and I saved screenshots of lenghas that I liked so I would be able to bring those with me for my trip to India for all the wedding shopping. I thought that would make it easier and more efficient to find my dream lengha with the color, style and design narrowed down. However, I found that looking for my perfect lengha as I had envisioned was much more challenging and difficult than I thought. We went to many shops in India and I was struggling to find exactly what I wanted. As my trip was coming to an end and we were getting through our last set of shops, I was becoming hopeless. I looked at my last few set of lenghas and in the pile was one that did not catch my attention at all. My aunt and mom told me to just try it on for comparison. After I tried it on, out of the countless lenghas I had looked at, that was the one. It was slightly different than I had envisioned but something clicked and I fell in love with the unique style, color and design. As I saw it more and more, I knew that was the lengha I wanted.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part of the planning process was being able to go through with it with my close family and best friends. They helped make the whole process more enjoyable and I would not have been able to have a successful wedding without any of them. Along with the planning process, I was treated with the most amazing and most perfect bridal shower and bachelorette weekend thrown for me. It made the planning process most memorable because I was able to get my mind off of wedding planning and just have the most fun, relax and feel so loved all at the same time.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
The guests enjoyed the fun, lively and upbeat dancing at the baraat that took place the morning of the wedding ceremony.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The entire wedding weekend felt like one big special moment because we were surrounded by all our close family and friends. It was truly a blessing and so special to have all our close family and friends be there with all their love and support, despite the craziness of the pandemic. All our family and friends still were filled with so much excitement, love and support for us which meant the world to us. It was truly special and so touching to hear the speeches made by our best friends during the Mehndi Night. Having my Maid of Honor and bridesmaids by my side was beyond memorable because we created memories of a lifetime together.

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.
The wedding weekend had to be modified from the original plans due to the COVID pandemic. We made sure all the events including the ceremony were safe and strictly enforced all COVID guidelines. However, that did not stop the fun for the other two events held. The Mehndi Night was filled with beautiful dance performances by my aunts, mother and bridesmaids, heartfelt speeches by our best friends, mehndi artist available for the guests, fun game of charades involving the guests, awesome MC performance by my brother and an amazing backdrop decoration handmade by my all my closest aunts.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Enjoy the time planning the wedding as much as you can! It can get extremely overwhelming and stressful but remember to take breaks in between to enjoy the whole process. Have fun and do not sweat the small stuff. The wedding planning happens once in a lifetime and you want to remember it as a happy and enjoyable process. Try not to get worked up about making sure that every detail turns out perfectly for the wedding day because you lose out on enjoying the day for yourself. It is okay if everything does not turn out perfectly or as you had envisioned it because enjoying the day for your self with your close family and friends and getting to marry the love of your life is all that matters at the end of the day. All of that is definitely easier said than done, as I am definitely guilty of not abiding by my own advice and the stress is unavoidable during the planning process and wedding day, but I truly encourage all the Brides-To-Be have fun, relax, laugh, get plenty of sleep, smile and just enjoy all of the wedding planning and the wedding day. It will be perfect and wonderful in its own way and everything will fall into place perfectly. All of you Brides-To-Be out there will look absolutely stunning and beautiful.

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
While it was tough and stressful to plan a COVID wedding, we were only able to get through it with the support and help of our close family, friends and vendors. It would not have been possible without all of them. We were so happy to have such a successful, amazing, fun and beautiful wedding despite having to deal with the craziness of the COVID pandemic. The day was so special and we felt so much love. We were overjoyed with all the support and excitement.

That is all for today, darlings! See you tomorrow for more.

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Photography: Dreamline Productions LLC | DJ: Amplifire Entertainment | Hair & Makeup: SakhiBeauty Salon New Jersey | Ceremony Venue: The Imperia | Decor: MM Celebrations


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