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Houston, TX Indian Wedding by SB Image Studios

The heartfelt ceremony came to an end and it was official. Meera & Prakash united their lives for eternity and an event like that had to be absolutely celebrated in big time. We have seen multiple times that this particular detail of the weddings is always as grand and colorful as anyone can imagine and this gala was no exception. The gorgeous couple came out looking absolutely stunning! Truly making the Stafford Centre vibrate! Maharani Meera's fashion choice was this beautiful and modern light cyan saree/dress that just knocked me out my feet. It perfectly matched with Raja Prakash's incredibly elegant royal blue tux! Just how it should be! One look at the venue and you could tell that Navi K. Productions planning and design work was so spot on. So, ladies, part two of this magical moment is here and you can't miss it. A loving shout out to our friends from SB Image Studios who were gracious enough to share their lense talent with us for our gallery, so let's get to it! 

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I met my Groom freshman year, at UT. We had both made the Raas team (Dirty South Dandiya). We were co-captains our senior year & that’s when things got interesting: we began dating! I’m not sure when I knew he was “the one”, but if I had to pick a moment, it’d be when he was impersonating Amitabh Bachchan from a scene in Mohabbatein.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Well, we had planned to go to navratri garba. It felt like any other weekend. I got dressed & we were “on our way”. We arrived outside of some building (I’m not from Austin, but my now-husband assured me they had changed the garba location this year)...there were peacocks in the parking lot & I could hear some faint music, but not garba music. I would later discern, it was a talented cellist playing renditions of Disney tunes. As we approached the park area outside of the building, I saw a board with pictures of us & it FINALLY occurred to me as to what was happening. We walked down a winding pathway which had more picture boards along the way, while my now husband recited poetic rhymes about us. At the end of the path he got down on one knee & popped the question, followed by a “yes!!” & brief moment of excitement mixed with panic..not knowing which hand to place the ring on! 

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I wanted a regal/royal look but also wanted to preserve some traditional elements. I looked for predominantly champagne colored lenghas with some pops of red. I was lucky enough to be able to fly to India to shop around & with the colors in mind, it was love at first sight. I ended up finding what I wanted in Surat (It happened to be budget friendly as well!)

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
From feedback, our guests loved the overall Bollywood-esque feel of the wedding. We have some talented family and friends who put on high-quality performances from storyline dance numbers to musical performances at every event. We tried to add personalized touches as well such as photo invitations, photoshopped baraat Bollywood poster signs, bridal party baraat dances, custom wedding pamphlets, concept video, & our non-traditional first dance!

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Hmm, my words of wisdom would be to spend money on the things you & the Groom or maybe your guest will truly enjoy & remember. Don’t think you “HAVE” to get certain things because of norms. We cut out a few “standard” items & instead went for the things that mattered to us. We did not have charger plates, a champagne toast, wedding cake or much stage decor for the reception. We did have an extensive dessert bar, fresh coconut water served in a coconut, & a canopy over our dance floor

 

Amazing wasn't it? Remember, ladies, more weds every day! 

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Photography: SB Image Studios | Ceremony Venue: Mirage At Lake Conroe | Reception Venue: Stafford Centre | Planning & Design: Navi K. Productions | Floral & Decor: Divine Decor of Dallas | Hair & Makeup: Aura Airbrush Makeup | DJ: Desi Junction DJs | DJ: PJK Entertainment | DJ: Dj Nish Entertainment | Dholi: Dholi Rahul | Cinematography: Epique Cinema | Mehndi Artist: Henna/Mehndi by Shehzlan


Houston, TX Indian Wedding by SB Image Studios

We know that you, ladies, want only the best for your inspiration and ideas. And that is exactly what we have for you today! Coming from Texas, this lovely couple decided to tie the knot in all Indian flair and glitter and our amazingly talented friends from SB Image Studios were there to capture it all for our gallery of today. The celebrations began early for our Maharani Meera. The traditional Sangeet was absolutely lovely and it gave the families a chance to mingle and get to know each other! Indian style! After that, the bride changed attires for the lavish photoshoot and I was completely blown by the tones used. This stylish pair rocked this tangerine tone of orange that was just so out there! The big moment was getting closer and the great Mirage At Lake Conroe was looking its best for the celebration, beautifully decorated by the floral wonders of Divine Decor of Dallas. So, ladies, this feature is an absolute must for all things Maharani. Shall we take a look? 

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I met my Groom freshman year, at UT. We had both made the Raas team (Dirty South Dandiya). We were co-captains our senior year & that’s  when things got interesting: we began dating! I’m not sure when I knew he was “the one”, but if I had to pick a moment, it’d be when he was impersonating Amitabh Bachchan from a scene in Mohabbatein.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Well, we had planned to go to navratri garba. It felt like any other weekend. I got dressed & we were “on our way”. We arrived outside of some building (I’m not from Austin, but my now-husband assured me they had changed the garba location this year)...there were peacocks in the parking lot & I could hear some faint music, but not garba music. I would later discern, it was a talented cellist playing renditions of Disney tunes. As we approached the park area outside of the building, I saw a board with pictures of us & it FINALLY occurred to me as to what was happening. We walked down a winding pathway which had more picture boards along the way, while my now husband recited poetic rhymes about us. At the end of the path he got down on one knee & popped the question, followed by a “yes!!” & brief moment of excitement mixed with panic..not knowing which hand to place the ring on! 

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I wanted a regal/royal look but also wanted to preserve some traditional elements. I looked for predominantly champagne colored lenghas with some pops of red. I was lucky enough to be able to fly to India to shop around & with the colors in mind, it was love at first sight. I ended up finding what I wanted in Surat (It happened to be budget friendly as well!)

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
From feedback, our guests loved the overall Bollywood-esque feel of the wedding. We have some talented family and friends who put on high-quality performances from storyline dance numbers to musical performances at every event. We tried to add personalized touches as well such as photo invitations, photoshopped baraat Bollywood poster signs, bridal party baraat dances, custom wedding pamphlets, concept video, & our non-traditional first dance!

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Hmm, my words of wisdom would be to spend money on the things you & the Groom or maybe your guest will truly enjoy & remember. Don’t think you “HAVE” to get certain things because of norms. We cut out a few “standard” items & instead went for the things that mattered to us. We did not have charger plates, a champagne toast, wedding cake or much stage decor for the reception. We did have an extensive dessert bar, fresh coconut water served in a coconut, & a canopy over our dance floor

 

Stick around for more glam and charm! 

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Photography: SB Image Studios | Ceremony Venue: Mirage At Lake Conroe | Reception Venue: Stafford Centre | Planning & Design: Navi K. Productions | Floral & Decor: Divine Decor of Dallas | Hair & Makeup: Aura Airbrush Makeup | DJ: Desi Junction DJs | DJ: PJK Entertainment | DJ: Dj Nish Entertainment | Dholi: Dholi Rahul | Cinematography: Epique Cinema | Mehndi Artist: Henna/Mehndi by Shehzlan


Buena Park, CA Indian Wedding by Peter Nguyen Studio

After the gorgeous ceremony came to an end, it was time to move the celebration to the reception hall of the exclusive Los Coyotes Country Club. The hectic nature of weddings was no biggie for these two lovebirds. The reason? The Marigold Company's planning and design skills of course. They single-handedly crafted the bash with the orientation of Nirmal & Srikanth and it was absolutely amazing. The newlyweds also knew that they wanted the best for their guests and for that, they requested the culinary wonders from Vishnu Catering for their special night. We all know the striking and unique flavor of their dishes so it was no surprise this cuisine gurus were chosen for the task. The newlyweds also made sure that good music was an absolute must for their nuptials as well. The dance floor surely was on fire with the team from 3D Sounds who brought the ravishing playlists and lights to complete the entire Indian wedding celebration experience. I'm so excited for this feature, ladies, so without further ado, here it is, part two of today's gallery thanks to Peter Nguyen Studio

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More inspiration and beautiful couples tomorrow, dolls, stay with us! 

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Hair & Makeup: Dolled up by Lulu | Photography: Peter Nguyen Studio | Baraat: Cindy Cinderella Carriages | Planning & Design: The Marigold Company | DJ: 3D Sounds | Lighting: 3D Sounds | Photo Booths: The Marigold Company | Cinematography: Peter Nguyen Studio | Catering: Vishnu Catering | Ceremony Venue: Los Coyotes Country Club | Reception Venue: Los Coyotes Country Club | Floral & Decor: Kismet Events | Catering: Mantra Indian Cuisine


Buena Park, CA Indian Wedding by Peter Nguyen Studio

We know that you ladies are well aware of the importance of color when it comes to choosing a bridal outfit. So many options but just a few choices. Some Maharanis decide to go with the traditional red or burgundy outfit and others decide to give it a twist and chose the most vivid and lavish colors around. Today's bride is right in between and her style can definitely be experienced in today's images, thanks to our friends from Peter Nguyen Studio. First, for the Sangeet, our bride chose an orange sherbet toned lengha that as it went from top to toe, it changed color to ruby. For the main ceremony and with Dolled Up by Lulu's embellishment, she picked this tone of light beige/coral and light cyan that totally made me sigh. So incredible! Of course, Maharani Nirmal had to be just glowing when Raja Srikanth arrived with Cindy Cinderella Carriages's ride! Seriously, I'm loving this Maharani's overall fashion sense. I know you, dolls, are going to love it as well. More of this gala? Check the complete gallery and Join us as we travel to California for Nirmal & Srikanth's jubilee!

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See you soon for part two, dolls! 

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Hair & Makeup: Dolled up by Lulu | Photography: Peter Nguyen Studio | Baraat: Cindy Cinderella Carriages | Planning & Design: The Marigold Company | DJ: 3D Sounds | Lighting: 3D Sounds | Photo Booths: The Marigold Company | Cinematography: Peter Nguyen Studio | Catering: Vishnu Catering | Ceremony Venue: Los Coyotes Country Club | Reception Venue: Los Coyotes Country Club | Floral & Decor: Kismet Events | Catering: Mantra Indian Cuisine


Ontario, Canada Indian Wedding Engagement by L'Atelier Lumière

Welcome back, daydreamers! As we saw on part one, Priya & Vatsal's souls are definitely meant to be together. It can clearly be seen on the pictures that our friends from L'Atelier Lumière International Photographie created. They are surrounded by this gorgeous mystic, the kind of mystic that descends upon our Maharanis when they are about to tie the knot and we are absolutely loving it. This time around, we set sail to the Knox College in Toronto to witness the lovely engagement photo shoot of these two lovebirds. They look amazing, don't they? Style at it's finest! It was an absolute must for us to share this with you, ladies, so here we have it. Let ourselves be enchanted by Maharani's Priya's style and who knows? Maybe the next grand idea is here in today's gallery waiting for you! Let's get to it! 

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Don't go anywhere, dolls, new features every day! 

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