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Springfield, PA Contemporary Fusion Wedding by Ryan Eda Photography

After the couple said their "I do's" and the ceremony came to an end, it was time to move the gala to the exclusive Springfield Country Club for a reception for the ages. We know our couples always want the best for their loved ones, so in order to make that night even more enchanting, the newlyweds recruited the team from M4U Events who brought the house down with a curated playlist with all the latest hits! Seriously, this reception looks like so much fun, you almost feel like being there! Maharani Princy and her gorgeous bridesmaids did not lose a gram of glam as we will see, they were radiant the entire time! What's the secret? Well, only true Maharanis know it so we can't tell. But what we can say is that this celebration was so awesome that we had to share it with you. What are you waiting for? Head down to our gallery of today thanks to Ryan Eda Photography and get enchanted! 

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Amazing wasn't it? More to come! 

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Floral & Decor: Partyland Event Design Boutique | DJ: M4U Events | Venues: Springfield Country Club | Draping/Styling: Partyland Event Design Boutique | Catering: Springfield Country Club | Photography: Ryan Eda Photography | Ceremony Venue: St Luke Greek Orthodox Church | Planning & Design: Eventify LLC | Hair & Makeup: Salon Moda - Gianna Marie | Cake & Treats: Termini Bros | Cinematography: Sitha Puth - Studio | Transportation: Ace Limousine & Airport Service


Springfield, PA Contemporary Fusion Wedding by Ryan Eda Photography

Don't you just love to daydream about the magical day when you unite your life with your significant other? We know you do, so to keep those dreams updated with all the latest of the Maharani trends, we head down to Springfield to have a glimpse of Princy & Melvin's vision! For starters, these two lovebirds decided to tie the knot with all the sophistication and style possible, just the way it should be. Every single one of the details accurately reflected our couples personalities and vision and of course, that couldn't have been like that if it wasn't for Partyland Event Design Boutique who assisted with the gorgeous floral & decor designs and also the draping/styling process. True pros of the game! Don't forget to take a look at Maharani Princy's fashion choices! If we talk about style, then this is it! Head down to our gallery of today thanks to Ryan Eda Photography and get those ideas going! 

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More of this love-fueled bash coming up! 

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Floral & Decor: Partyland Event Design Boutique | DJ: M4U Events | Venues: Springfield Country Club | Draping/Styling: Partyland Event Design Boutique | Catering: Springfield Country Club | Photography: Ryan Eda Photography | Ceremony Venue: St Luke Greek Orthodox Church | Planning & Design: Eventify LLC | Hair & Makeup: Salon Moda - Gianna Marie | Cake & Treats: Termini Bros | Cinematography: Sitha Puth - Studio | Transportation: Ace Limousine & Airport Service


Uniondale, NY Indian Wedding by Cheilean Jacob

The long-awaited day finally arrived and it was as grand and heartfelt as ever! As we will see in today's gallery thanks to Cheilean Jacob, the color palette chosen by the newlyweds for their galas was just so amazing and elegant. All the wintery vibes truly made them stand out so, time to take some notes, ladies! After the ceremony, the couple changed attires and rocked the classic champagne / gold saree and sherwani for the reception. Once the couple came out to have their first dance looking like real Indian nobility, you know that the party was about to start! Everyone was completely dazzled with Maharani Esther's look and beauty. The amazing team from Divine Beauty by Vaishali truly know how to take care of our Maharanis! So stunning! So much going on for this reception that I just can't believe it! Head down to our feature of today and see it for yourself!  

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Amazing wasn't it? More every day! 

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Venues: Long Island Marriott | Floral & Decor: Stylish Events | Hair & Makeup: Divine Beauty by Vaishali | Cinematography: White Diamond Cinematography | Photography: Cheilean Jacob | Ceremony Venue: The King’s Temple | Planning & Design: Esther Jacob (Bride) | DJ: Bollywood DJs | Bridal Fashions: Boutique in Chennai | Bridal Jewelry: GRT Jewellers | Cakes & Treats: Rachel's Cakes Smithtown | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: The Wedding Cards Online | Lighting: Bollywood DJs | Mehndi Artist: Henna by Sajani | Rentals: Suffolk Tent and Party Rentals


Uniondale, NY Indian Wedding by Cheilean Jacob

Welcome back to your inspiration corner on the web! Do you ladies remember Esther & Daniel's lovely wedding film we had here some time ago? Well, today and because you asked for it, we have the gorgeous picture gallery that comes to us thanks to the magnificent work of Cheilean Jacob. The flair was filled to the brim with elegance, smiles, color and everything in between. Just the way it should be for a moment of happiness like this! The Long Island Marriott, beautifully decorated by the talented Stylish Events, was just glowing for the galas. This lovely pair decided to mix both modernity and tradition and the result is a vision for the ages. I am so in love with Maharani Esther's incredibly chic style. No wonder by Raja Daniel just fell head over heels for this beauty. You know what to expect when it is wedding feature time, ladies, so be sure that all of the glam and glitter we love so much is here. Come on over and take a look!

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Stick around for more! 

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Venues: Long Island Marriott | Floral & Decor: Stylish Events | Hair & Makeup: Divine Beauty by Vaishali | Cinematography: White Diamond Cinematography | Photography: Cheilean Jacob | Ceremony Venue: The King’s Temple | Planning & Design: Esther Jacob (Bride) | DJ: Bollywood DJs | Bridal Fashions: Boutique in Chennai | Bridal Jewelry: GRT Jewellers | Cakes & Treats: Rachel's Cakes Smithtown | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: The Wedding Cards Online | Lighting: Bollywood DJs | Mehndi Artist: Henna by Sajani | Rentals: Suffolk Tent and Party Rentals | Catering: Heritage


Atlanta, GA Indian Wedding by Brandon Andrews Photography

After the gorgeous ceremony that united Karishma & Arselan's lives forever, our couple knew it was an absolute must to throw a celebration for the books. For this, they recruited the team from Red and Gold Events, who as we already know, are complete masters when it comes to planning and designing visions of grandeur. Proof of that is this lavish reception that was all things glamorous and elegant, to say the least. The Atlanta Evergreen Marriott Conference Resort was at its very best for the gala, certainly the perfect place for DJ Jaz- GTB Productions' magical mixes to unleash! We are so excited for today's gallery, thanks to Brandon Andrews Photography; this one is not to miss! Don't forget to check Maharani Karishma's cocktail gown! Seriously, I was just dying! Below the details! 

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We've known each other since high school but never saw the other in that light...till we did. He was so sweet to me at one of my friend's party and I saw he had qualities that could make for a good boyfriend. I didn't know it then, but I started to realize over time that he would make an even better husband
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We started off the night with dinner at a restaurant that overlooks the Skyline of Atlanta. The restaurant rotates to provide different views of the city. After an amazing dinner, he was ready to start his speech when we hear, YES YES!!! The woman next to us got proposed to. A few moments later, their family and friends surrounded them and we were forced to switch tables. "Wish that was me," I thought to myself. Little did I know, when he started his speech...again...and confessed his love for me, it was my moment too. Though awkward with the turn of events, he totally nailed it and I said yes!! Afterward, we took the elevator downstairs where our family and friends surprised me. It is quite the story...lol
 
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 needed to figure out the major vendors first. Venue and photography were most crucial and we wanted to do our due diligence in weighing out all the options. Our photographer also provided a videography bundle which was exactly what we were looking for. I took a two week trip to India to find all my outfits and his Indian outfits. My dad and brother also went with me and provided amazing support throughout the trip. I asked for some recommendations from my friends who also got married in Atlanta, GA and I was able to find an awesome makeup artist. My groom and I shared a Pinterest board as well as other inspirations we found on social media. He provided great feedback and helped me make decisions that were in line with our budget. Overall, we were looking for aspiring artists that had passion for their work. This means that they enjoyed what they did and would keep us engaged. We got just that! All the vendors put their heart in their work and impressed us immensely. We are so proud of our wedding because of them. 
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
From the beginning, I was in love with the idea of a navy blue gown as my outfit for the wedding reception. Long, trailing, and metal thread work is what I had in mind and got just that. Once I tried it on, my dad and brother's reaction pretty much confirmed that it was the one. For Sangeet, I wanted to do a Jaipur style mirror lengha. I really liked the color emerald green and was able to find something for myself and an accent shawl for him in that color. For Nikah, I coordinated with my designer to customize a delicate lace sari with full sleeves. I knew the Nikah saris were traditionally white and I wanted to keep in tradition with an American twist. I think we did a good job in achieving that vision.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
I had the pleasure of having a groom who was always 100% involved. I enjoyed the moments where we sat down and bounced ideas off each other. We knew this process is a once in a lifetime and we wanted to soak in every moment. We were even more creative when we worked together.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
What do most guests look forward to at weddings? The food!! They couldn't stop raving about how exquisite the food tasted. They also appreciated the creativity of each menu. 
 
Our guests also complimented on the variance of emotions throughout the wedding weekend. Our Sangeet was all about Laughing, Singing, and Dancing. From Antakshari to the Dance Performances, the event was full of competitive energy. Groom side vs Bride side was the theme of the night and our sides came to show out!! The following day, we had a sentimental walk into the Nikah hall as we took vows of marriage in the eyes of God. And when it came to Reception, our families got a chance to share their thoughts and stories about us that left no dry eye in the Hall.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The moment when I officially took him to be my husband. I will never forget the way he looked at me and the tears falling down my face (it was caught on camera).
 
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 decor was based on the vibe of the night. Sangeet was themed as a cultural "dhamaka." We had everything from dhol, matkis, vibrant colors, and unique arrangements. The stage was set for entertainment. For the reception, we aimed for an elegant but grand appearance. Other than the drapes, we added frames, chandeliers and other elements of grandeur. The navy wedding gown needed a contrast color of blush pink that brought the room together with hints of champagne gold. The creativity in the details was the most fun part of planning. For example, we came up with love-themed signs for the food dishes. For chicken tikka masala, we used "tikka part of my heart" for Gulab Jamoon, we used "to jamoon and back". We did this for all of the dishes at Sangeet. At the Reception cocktail hour, we used personalized jenga pieces and playing cards for our guests to sign. We now reminisce on the weekend whenever we play with them.
 
Our Sangeet was filled with performances by family and friends. Everyone from age 4 to 80 touched the dance floor to show off their dance skills. Our DJ lit up the party and our families never let it stop. The night started with an intense game of Antakshari and ended with aching heels.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Take it one step at a time and remember to enjoy the planning process as well as the events. Never be afraid to trust others especially your groom. You know he has good taste because he picked you ;)
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
Cake: We had a unique Cake designed with different thicknesses and textures for the tiers. The bottom tier was Chocolate cake with heat bar and moose filling. The cake that was served was Tres Leches. Our cake was made an aspiring pastry artist.
 
Bridal Henna: I shared my vision with my henna artist and she took it so much further than I expected. She used a picture of us that I really loved and created characters of us in the traditional Indian style bride and groom. She even got his beard right!! All the elements within my bridal henna had the finest detail that brought it to life. I could not have imagined anyone else doing my henna.
 
Our Vendors were amazing and we could not have asked for any better people to handle our wedding:
 
Wedding Coordination: Red and Gold Events, Atlanta, GA
Venue for Reception: Marriott Evergreen Hotel, Stone Mountain, GA
Venue for Sangeet: 5th Ave Crown Hall, Buford, GA
Photography & Videography: Brandon Andrews Photography, Atlanta, GA
Wedding Catering: Asma's Cuisine, Duluth, GA
DJ Services: DJ Jaz, (GTB Productions) Atlanta, GA
Wedding Decorations: Royal Dekors, Atlanta, GA
Bridal Henna: Kiran Meghani (KM Artistry), Dallas, TX
Bridal Make up: Ami Patel, Atlanta, GA
Wedding Cake: Reshma Patel (RP Special Cakes) Atlanta, GA
Bridesmaid Make up: Kratika Jain, Atlanta, GA
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
From the beginning, I was in love with the idea of a navy blue gown as my outfit for the wedding reception. Long, trailing, metal thread work with a cape-like ‘Koti’ vest/jacket is what I had in mind and got just that. Once I tried it on, my dad and brother's reaction pretty much confirmed that it was the one. For Sangeet, I wanted to do a Jaipur style mirror lengha. I really liked the color emerald green and was able to find something for myself and an accent shawl for him in that color. For Nikah, I coordinated with my designer to customize a delicate lace sari with full sleeves. I knew the Nikah saris were traditionally white and I wanted to keep in tradition with an American twist. I think we did a good job in achieving that vision.
 
More to come, stick around! 
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DJ: DJ Jaz- GTB Productions | Photography: Brandon Andrews Photography | Hair & Makeup: Beauty by Ami | Planning & Design: Red and Gold Events | Cinematography: Brandon Andrews Photography | Sangeet Venue: 5th Avenue Event Hall | Ceremony Venue: North East Ismaili Center | Reception Venue: Atlanta Evergreen Marriott Conference Resort | Floral & Decor: Royal Dekors | Catering: Asma's Cuisine


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