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Newport Coast, CA Pakistani Wedding by Paul Doumit Photography

Welcome back, ladies! We are glad you could join us at Raabia & Sameer's Walima, so get ready to have some fun! For this installment, the spacious ballroom of Le Madison Montréal transformed into a party thanks to the talented folks from Jannat Productionz, that enliven every moment of this vibrant event! Our young and beautiful couple had the opportunity to share and celebrate their happiness surrounded by their family and friends. And we cannot stop thinking of how lucky these two are for having such great friends and a beautiful family that loves them. And before we go any further, we want to make a special shoutout to Kismet Event Design for the perfect planning and execution and also to Montreal Decor And More Events, for the incredible decor that was put together for this event. Undoubtedly this delicate and on point decoration helped to take this event to the next level! And it is thanks to the remarkable talent of Paul Doumit Photography that we get to take a peek to this captivating celebration of love. If you can't get enough of it, don't forget to take a look at the gallery that we have prepared for today! But before you go, take a moment to taste the delicious cake baked by Le Madison Montréal, it looks so good that our mouth is already melting! 

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Enjoy the rest of the day ladies! See you tomorrow!

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Planning & Design: Kismet Event Design | Cinematographer: Marrone Films | Photographer: Paul Doumit Photography | Floral & Decor: Montreal Decor And More Events | Reception Venue: Le Madison Montréal | Reception Catering: Le Madison Montréal | Hair & Makeup: Face Forward | DJ: Jannat Productionz | Bridal Fashions: Manshaa The Designer Studio | Bridal Jewelry: ZEVAR by Archana | Reception Cake & Treats: Le Madison Montréal | Ceremony Venue: Pelican Hill


Newport Coast, CA Pakistani Wedding by Paul Doumit Photography

Happy Thursday, ladies! It is time to dive into a new love story! So get ready to enjoy this cornucopia of emotions and traditional flair brought to you thanks to Paul Doumit Photography. Today, we are taking a look at all the beauty surrounding Raabia & Sameer's Pakistani Wedding, and believe us; you are going to love every bit of it! For this first installment, we'll be taking a look at an outdoor photoshoot that will take your breath away. The sunny day and the tall buildings created a perfect backdrop for this photoshoot! And we love how the joy and happiness of this young couple fill every scene and gets passed on to us. Both Raabia & Sameer looked ravishing, but it was Raabia who stole all the looks as he trusted her fashion needs to Manshaa The Designer Studio, and her beauty needs to Face Forward. To crown her look, she wore dazzling pieces of jewelry from ZEVAR by Archana. And we cannot stretch how much we love this winning combo as she ended up looking like a vision of beauty! If you want to take a closer look at this photoshoot, visit our gallery for more. It is the perfect way to prepare for the Walima fully planned by Kismet Event Design! And if you want more, you can take a look at the cinematographic delight by Marrone Films that already featured in our Video Blog!

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There is more coming in a moment, so make sure to stick around!

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Planning & Design: Kismet Event Design | Cinematographer: Marrone Films | Photographer: Paul Doumit Photography | Floral & Decor: Montreal Decor And More Events | Reception Venue: Le Madison Montréal | Reception Catering: Le Madison Montréal | Hair & Makeup: Face Forward | DJ: Jannat Productionz | Bridal Fashions: Manshaa The Designer Studio | Bridal Jewelry: ZEVAR by Archana | Reception Cake & Treats: Le Madison Montréal | Ceremony Venue: Pelican Hill


Silver Spring, MD Sikh Wedding by Catch Motion Studio

After a lovely ceremony, it was time for the grand party, and what a party that was! Sidak & Arun along with their guests moved to the exclusive Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center and as you probably imagine, the place was looking at its very best. In order for everything to run as smooth as butter, the couple recruited the planning and design skills of SW Events, who always deliver fully! If you are looking for a top-notch planner, you know who to call! So amazing! Don't forget to check Maharani Sidak's reception saree! Seriously, that tone of light emerald just took me off guard! Such a dazzling choice! Lots of ideas for you in this gala, ladies, so head down to part two of today's gallery thanks to Catch Motion Studio and experience all the glam!

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Planning & Design: SW Events | Photography: Catch Motion Studio | Ceremony Venue: Guru Nanak Foundation of America | Reception Venue: Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center | Ceremony Floral & Decor: Dharma Events | Reception Floral & Decor: L'Ambiance | Hair & Makeup: Makeup by Mala | Catering: Taj Caterers & Cafe | Reception Catering: Ronald Reagan International Trade Center | DJ: DJ Sunny Entertainment | Dhol Player: Dholi Avneet | Baraat: Spring Fever Farm | Bridal Fashions: Brides of Sabyasachi | Cake & Treats: M&T Events | Cinematography: Candy Photos | Lighting: DJ Sunny Entertainment | Mehndi Artist: Makeup by Mala


Silver Spring, MD Sikh Wedding by Catch Motion Studio

We are just one day away from 2020 and we are very excited about what this new year will bring! New brides and new bashes for us to take some ideas for our own special day. Today, we head down to Silver Spring for Sidak & Arun's grand Sikh wedding vision planned by no other tan the dream team of SW Events! The couple decided to tie the knot at The Guru Nanak Foundation of America and as we will see, the solemnity of the place mixed with the colorful fashion choices of the guests made it an event not to miss. Lucky for us, our pals from Catch Motion Studio were there storing with their lenses everything that went on for such an important occasion. I was completely stunned by Maharani Sidak's style. We all know Maharanis glow the day of their wedding and this bride was totally beaming, to say the least! Just look at that saree! Such a knockout! Want to see the rest of this lovely Sikh jubilee? Then head down to our gallery of today and get enchanted!

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Planning & Design: SW Events | Photography: Catch Motion Studio | Ceremony Venue: Guru Nanak Foundation of America | Reception Venue: Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center | Ceremony Floral & Decor: Dharma Events | Reception Floral & Decor: L'Ambiance | Hair & Makeup: Makeup by Mala | Catering: Taj Caterers & Cafe | Reception Catering: Ronald Reagan International Trade Center | DJ: DJ Sunny Entertainment | Dhol Player: Dholi Avneet | Baraat: Spring Fever Farm | Bridal Fashions: Brides of Sabyasachi | Cake & Treats: M&T Events | Cinematography: Candy Photos | Lighting: DJ Sunny Entertainment | Mehndi Artist: Makeup by Mala


Dearborn, MI Contemporary Fusion Wedding by Rangoli Wedding Events

After the lovely ceremony came to an end, it was time to move to the reception hall of The Dearborn Inn for the grand party! Our friends from Naveen Productions - DJ, Lighting, Entertainment and Photo Booth were at all times bringing their talent and assisted with the Baraat, lighting decor, and of course, the playlists that had everyone dancing the night away! Such a team! And just wait until you take a look at Maharani Swati's reception fashion choices. We are so loving that mix between contemporary style and classic Hindu design! So stunning! Lucky for us, our friends from Rangoli Wedding Events were there to capture everything that happened for their day of magic so be sure, we have all of it here! You definitely can't miss this love-fueled gallery coming from Michigan! See you there!

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Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
The proposal took place during a group trip to Traverse City, MI, with a few of my closest college friends, along with Amit, his brother Anuj, and of course Remy, my puppy. It was October of 2018 and we all decided to rent out a house in Traverse City and spend a 3-day weekend there to see the fall colors. Amit and I took a trip there alone the previous year. We had such a great time so we decided to go up there again, this time with good company.

During the 2nd day of the trip (October 13th, 2018), we spent the entirety of it in downtown. Amit and I both wanted to take our friends to the pier because it was one of our favorite spots from our prior trip. We decided to wait until the evening for that since it was a perfect spot to catch the sunset. After going from shop to shop, the evening finally came. We all started walking towards the pier. Once we got there, one of my friends had mentioned to step up onto the rocks and take a group picture with the water in the background. After the photo, the rest of our group got down from the rocks, but Amit and held my hand and turned me towards him. Next thing I know he is down on one knee with a ring box in one hand, and my puppy laying down next to him with his other hand. I instantly became overwhelmed with emotion and excitement. Amit told me that I was the love of his life and asked me to be his wife and of course Remy's human father. Of course, I said YES! as I was super ecstatic. Our friends started cheering and so did a bunch of other people around the pier. I was overjoyed as we continued our walk along the pier and could not take my eye off of my engagement ring. We finished the evening by going out to dinner and celebrating at a local brewery.

Amit definitely had a different agenda for that trip. I thought it was just going to be a nice weekend trip with friends but I was pleasantly surprised. I had no idea Amit had the ring in his possession during the trip. He had asked my parents for their blessings prior to that weekend. His brother, Anuj, also knew about the proposal and was able to capture the most perfect and special moment with his camera.

 

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My family and Amit's went to India for wedding shopping. Before leaving I spent some time on Pinterest to look at bridal lehengas and a design I might like. I knew I would be wearing green, as this is the color for south Indians weddings in Karnataka. I definitely wanted a deep green/emerald in color for the actual wedding outfit, but for the reception outfit, I wanted a fusion of American and Indian. So the search began on Pinterest until I found the perfect one! This beautiful all cream lehenga with lace. I scoured several bridal stores in India and was not able to find anything like it so I printed a picture and took it to a bridal boutique and asked them to make it (anything is possible in India  Regarding the green wedding lehenga, I found the most beautiful design in red at a store called Mangaldeep. This was the very first store we went to and I fell in love. We decided to search around some more but ended up coming back to that gorgeous gown which they were able to customize for me in a deep and rich green.

 

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
All of our guests had a wonderful time! Between the Mehendi, Sangeet, Wedding, and Reception each day was filled with fun, laughter, and lots of happy memories. All of the guests loved the feasts provided at each event and how the wedding was beautifully intertwined with both Gujurati and South Indian traditions and culture. Everyone was amazed at all the bright colors and so much dancing. The reception was a blast! Naveen our DJ did an amazing job with the music and lights. The fusion of American and Indian songs was a huge hit and the dance floor was full the entire night.

 

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Best word of advice I received was to really try and capture the whirlwind of events during the most special weekend of your life. It is a truly incredible and surreal weekend knowing that family and friends from near and far came to celebrate you and your husband-to-be and that the entire day(s) are all about you and your love for each other. Be in the moment throughout it all and a great way to do so is to hire a trustworthy and reliable wedding planner. We used Nita Sheth (Iris Bloom) and she was absolutely phenomenal. Every step of wedding planning was smoother. The day of the wedding/reception Amit and I did not worry about a single thing. We were so in the moment and everything ran without a hitch. Another word of advice, the details really don't matter. I found that out the hard way. At the end of the day, the guests are not going to be paying attention to every type of flower, table arrangement, or color/design of the charger plates. The overall

 

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