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Plano, TX Pakistani Wedding by Photo Kumar

Hello, beautiful ladies! We missed you during the weekend, and we are excited to be back with more energy to continue sharing romantic love stories with you! And talking about romance and love, today's feature wedding is a huge representation of this! So, don't want any longer and get ready to enjoy all the beauty and flair surrounding Anna & Riyaz's wedding! To make their dream wedding come to life, these lovebirds decided to bring Events by Faiza on board to take care of the decor.  And what a great decision it was as this fantastic team created the most beautiful backdrops for Anna & Riyaz to start their married life. Everything was beautiful and mesmerizing. Still, nothing compared to the beauty of our gorgeous Maharani Anna. She burst into the scene donning beautiful attires from Salma Dawood and Panache by Sharmeen very well complemented with exquisite makeup and hairstyle designs by Ghalia Alim and Sarah Mohammed. If that doesn't say beauty, few things will! The wedding festivities concluded with an epic reception party at the Hilton Dallas/Plano Granite Park. And all we have to say is that it was a night to remember. If you want to take a closer look at this celebration of love, head into our full gallery for more. The good friends from Photo Kumar shared the fabulous shots they captured during this event, and we put them all together for your enjoyment. So check them out! Every shot is a visual masterpiece that will take your breath away.

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I met Riyaz at work back in 2014 when he joined. At first, we began talking casually at work and randomly on social media. Rumors at work began to escalate that Riyaz was interested in my co-worker and wanted to ask her out. I left work shortly after to get back to school full time and we lost contact. After 3 years, Riyaz messaged me randomly to see how things were at my end. We started talking again and he cleared the misunderstanding about asking my co-worker out. He was interested me instead but was hesitant to let me know. After talking for months, we started dating and that's when I knew he was the "one." He was so generous to my mom and instantly connected with my family. I was introduced to his family and his and I became really good friends. Everything was so smooth and seemed perfect.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We met often at "I love you a latte" for college work or just to hangout. One day he calls me randomly when I was in class to meet him for coffee. He never calls me or texts me when I am in class. I went to see him after my class and we had coffee together. Shortly after, we went out for lunch at Bob Steak House and that’s where he proposed. We had our lunch and spend rest of the day together.

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.
Riyaz and I wanted to get married in summer but were not sure about the dates. After switching between end of July to beginning of August, we decided to go for mid-July. Since summer usually are busy with weddings, we knew that we had to start early and reach out to all the vendors that we ever wanted for our wedding. Thanks to amazing family for helping us out in planning and organizing. We divided tasks to everyone in our families but ended up deciding what we liked and imagined.

Riyaz is a fan of PhotoKumar and I heard great things about Wedding Decor by Faiza for our wedding decorations so we decided to reach them and finalize it. Next, we focused on FOOD. Yes, believe it or not it’s very important. lol Afterwards, we focused on the details. I absolutely loved Ghalia's makeup and I have been following her for a while. So, I reached out to her and luckily the dates were available. I also loved Fiyona's mehndi and by luck she was also available.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I had no idea what color I wanted for my wedding outfit but I definitely didn't wanted red. When I went to Pakistan with my family to shop for wedding outfits, I tried out many outfits with different color options but nothing came satisfactory. And then my designer, Salma Dawood said why don't have something pink and peachesh. It's not too common and also colors like this are preferred these days. When she showed me the color, I felt in love and decided to go for that. I picked my wedding dress embroidery from three different outfits. The final piece came out amazing and just as I imagined. My Nikkah sari from Panache by Sharmeen was amazing. I didn't imagine my Nikkah Sari to be White. Everyone wears white and I wanted to wear something unique with unique color combination. As soon as I saw this sari, I couldn't stop myself from purchasing it. Riyaz also ended up buying his Sherwani from Sharmeen.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
I absolutely loved planning the little details of the wedding. My niece and nephews were so excited to dress up and dance for their Ani's wedding. I enjoyed planning little things for pithi and Sangeet with my mom and bhabi. I also enjoyed rehearsing on all the performances Riyaz and I planned. We selected songs, rehearsed on it and performed at our Sangeet and Reception.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our guest really enjoyed the ambiance of the reception day. Since we had Tabla and Sitar players at our wedding, it made it very special for guests to enjoy something different. The cake by Sally Bakes me Pretty, made amazing Tres Leche and Nutella cake. Very satisfactory to our taste buds.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The special moment that replays in my mind is the video Riyaz and I made for our families to express our feelings. Riyaz and My father passed away years ago and we wanted to remember them and appreciate them on our special day. The videos we made not only remembered our fathers but also express our love and appreciation for our families. My mom and my brothers cried after watching the video and it also put me to tears also

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.
We decorated our house full of lights and flowers. Some days after the planning and decorating we would drop everything, put the music on, and just dance.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Just be relax. I know weddings can be really stressful but just relax. Plan a head of time, whether it’s a wedding season or not but just plan a head of time. Planning ahead will give you peace of mind that your vendors have the dates locked.

Another advice to enjoy your day. Sometimes, we get so carried away with the timings and details that we don't even enjoy our own day. It’s your day and you planned it for a while, so Just enjoy it and let everything happen on its own.

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
I am mehandi lover and very picky when it comes to my Bridal Mehandi. I loved Fiyona's work and she designed it the way I imaged it. I was not too picky about my jewelry but Tilak Jewelers had the perfect piece to compliment my Nikkah Sari.

Riyaz and I wanted a reception venue that is closer to our place. We loved the venue at Hilton Dallas/Plano Granite Park, so we decided to go with that.

I loved the way our wedding turned out. Everything happened the way we planned out and it would've never been possible without the help and support from our families.

That is all for today, ladies. But don't forget to join us tomorrow for more!

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Floral & Decor: Events by Faiza | Venues: Hilton Dallas/Plano Granite Park | Sangeet Venue: Lal Qila Banquet Hall | Ceremony Venue: Ismaili JamatKhana Plano | Hair & Makeup: Ghalia Alim | Hair & Makeup: Sarah Mohammed | Catering: Al Markaz | DJ: Dallas Indian Weddings | Bridal Fashions: Salma Dawood | Bridal Fashions: Panache by Sharmeen | Bridal Jewelry: Tilak Jewelers | Cake & Treats: Sally Bakes Me Pretty | Cinematography: Photo Kumar | Mehndi Artist: Fiyona Khoja | Groom's Fashion: Panache by Sharmeen | Ceremony Catering: Bombay Chopsticks | Photography: Photo Kumar


Rochester Hills, MI Indian Wedding by Killer Creations Photography

Happy Tuesday, darlings! We are glad you could join us today because we have a romantic love story that we were dying to share with you, so let's get right into it! This time, Killer Creations Photography and Cinematography take us on a visual journey through Annapurna & Madhav's intimate wedding celebrated during COVID-19 times. Right from the start, we have to say that we absolutely loved every moment of this event, as it was a reminder that against all odds, love always wins! From the spectacular Mandap designed by Marigold Wedding Planners to the minimalist yet on-point decor crafted by Annapurna & Madhav's family and friends, everything was charming and ultra-special. Our gorgeous Maharani Annapurna burst into the scene looking like a princess thanks to Sandhya Sree Athmakuri and Makeup By JHobby, who took care of her hairstyle and makeup needs. And we have no words to describe such a stunning bridal look. The icing on the cake was the artistic Mehndi outlined by Henna Beauty by Krupa. Tradition and beauty at its best! Hands down, this was the perfect scenario for these lovebirds to join their lives in marriage. After tying the knot, Annapurna & Madhav celebrated along with their family and guests to the beats of Naveen Productions - DJ, Lighting, Entertainment and Photo Booth, whose endless repertoire is always a delight to listen! If you want to check more of this intimate celebration, wait no more and take a look at this awe-inspiring gallery. It will take your breath away, not to mention that you'll get tons of inspiration to plan your wedding!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I had just graduated nursing school, with a world of opportunities at my feet. My sister, Srivi, and I decided to go down to California for a few days to kick back, relax, and celebrate this huge accomplishment. We stayed with some friends and while we were there met various people but didn't think much of it. It was a pretty uneventful trip, and we joked about how crazy it would be if we met the person we were going to marry on that trip. We both thought there was absolutely no way that would happen. Oh how wrong were we. The last day we were there, we met Madhav's parents through some mutual family friends. Soon enough, Madhav and I were introduced and started talking and the rest, as they say, is history.  A few texts every so often turned to daily phone calls and FaceTime dates. Some words exchanged here and there quickly turned into conversations about life, our goals and dreams, plans for the future, our hardships and struggles, our successes, and what makes us who we are today. Every minute I spent with him felt natural and real, like we had known each other our entire lives. We quickly became best friends and realized that we couldn't spend our lives without each other.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
As much as I hate surprises, one thing I have dreamed about since I was 10 years old was my dream surprise proposal. Madhav was planning to come into town to visit, and we had made plans to go see Hamilton in Detroit, since it was one of his all time favorite musicals. What I didn't know was that he was planning to propose that night, and that his sister, brother-in-law, and parents all flew on the same red eye flight as him to be there for the surprise happening later that evening and hid in the airport until after I picked him up to leave. Madhav had made a huge deal about the show, saying we should go full out with getting dressed up, having my hair and nails done, and just getting all decked out for the show. I thought it was fun how excited he was about the whole thing and went along with it because who doesn't love getting dressed up?  We got to the venue and were taking pictures and having a great time. While the show was amazing, Madhav was acting super strange throughout. He would scoot me to walk in front of him so I wasn't directly beside him and wouldn't look at or talk to me during the course of the show. Naturally, I just assumed he was just so mesmerized by the show, even when he was shady and left me alone for a few after the show, which I later found out was to make some calls. What I also didn't realize was that during the show, my sisters and family had ventured to a beautiful local park where they created an ideal scene for the perfect proposal. Usually I like to know the entire plan of the day and was getting antsy that I didn't know what we were doing after the show, but I was attempting to be less uptight about plans and trying to play it cool, even when he randomly suggested that we go to "the park you always went to as a kid" to take some pictures. When we got to the park, I started telling Madhav tons of stories from my childhood that happened in that park, completely oblivious to the fact that he was very clearly not paying attention. As we were walking, he randomly pointed to a tree, which i soon realized was covered in lights and pictures of us throughout our lives. Immediately, I knew what was happening. Madhav made a nice speech and popped the question with a stealthy photographer capturing the whole thing. All parents and siblings joined in to finish the surprise and capped off this special day with a delicious dinner!

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.
Before COVID-19 hit, I had pretty much our entire wedding planned by the beginning of 2020. I love weddings and knew pretty much exactly what I wanted my wedding to look like and which vendors I wanted to go with well before Madhav even proposed. Because it was important to us to have a pretty traditional and religious wedding ceremony, both of our parents were able to help communicate with the temple facilities and the priest in making that all possible. I had been following the Indian wedding circuit in the Metro Detroit area for a while now so when it came time to book hair, make up, photography, etc., I basically knew exactly who and what I wanted so I had most of our vendors booked within a few weeks after we got engaged. Booking all these venues and vendors early on in the wedding planning process eased a lot of my stress as we moved forward. All our vendors were incredible in being flexible and helping us make our day incredible, especially with the date changes and uncertainty that COVID-19 brought with it. If it weren't for these amazing vendors, our day wouldn't have been as wonderful as it was.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
We chose to have a traditional Hindu Telugu wedding ceremony, and so I relied on my parents and in- laws a lot for help picking the clothes I would wear for all the traditional ceremonies. My mom and I met my in-laws in India, and we traveled to Kanchi, where I ended up picking the sari I wore for the first half of our wedding. Before COVID, I had found the most beautiful purple lengha in Hyderabad but it was too grand for the backyard reception we ended up having because of COVID. So I decided to wear this elegant periwinkle chikaankari lengha that I got stitched in India with the help of my cousin.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Although COVID-19 significantly altered our original plans of big venues with large crowds, with the amazing help of our closest family and friends, we were able to share something really special. Being able to turn my childhood home into a dream backyard wedding venue was incredible. We shared so many laughs and DIY moments together, and these are memories I'll carry with me for the rest of my life.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
We recognize that any sort of gathering in 2020 raises eyebrows and I think the one thing that guests loved about our wedding was the care we took in making sure everyone was able to stay safe. We had a temperature screening station where all guests had to be screened for COVID symptoms prior to entering the events, provided masks for all our guests, had hand sanitizer stations everywhere, placed chairs at safe distances from each other, and had CDC guidelines posted throughout the wedding. Also, because of COVID-19 guidelines, we had a more intimate, outdoor wedding that guests said they loved.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The two moments that still constantly play in my head are when I was carried to the madapam by my maternal uncles while sitting in a basket. It was such a cool feeling being surrounded by so many of my favorite people who I had known my entire life. The other moment was when the curtain separating Madhav and I was lifted and we got to see each other for the first time during the muhurtham. It was so surreal seeing each other and knowing we were going to be together forever.

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 theme for all the wedding events was simple but elegant, as all the events took place at my parents home. For the pre-wedding ceremonies that were more religious based, we tried to keep the decoration and outfits as traditional as possible. The decorations for our backyard reception were simple, with fairy lights illuminating all the trees and connecting the different tents spread out together. While our mandapam was rented and assembled by the kind folks at Marigold Weddings, the remainder of the decorations were a labor of love from close family and friends.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
In a world where everything is changing, sometimes you don't need a huge wedding with hundreds of people for your event to be special. Find the things that are most important to you and your fiance and focus your energy on that. No matter what, the day will always be special because it's your day. So try to find joy in all aspects of making it happen.

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
Because COVID-19 prevented so many of our closest friends and families from attending, we livestreamed all our events so those who were not able to attend in person could be a part of our celebrations from the safety of their homes.

That is all for today, darlings. See you tomorrow for more inspiring details to start planning your dream wedding!

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Photography: Killer Creations Photography and Cinematography | Cinematography: Killer Creations Photography and Cinematography | DJ: Naveen Productions - DJ, Lighting, Entertainment and Photo Booth | Lighting: Naveen Productions - DJ, Lighting, Entertainment and Photo Booth | Floral & Decor: Marigold Wedding Planners | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Bride's Home | Ceremony & Reception Decor: Homemade by Family & Friends | Wedding Hair: Sandhya Sree Athmakuri | Wedding & Reception Makeup: Makeup By JHobby | Catering: Olive Garden Catering | Cake & Treats: The Home Bakery | Mehndi Artist: Henna Beauty by Krupa


Atlanta, GA Styled Shoot by Ember Studio

Happy Tuesday, ladies! We are glad you could join us today because we have an awe-inspiring styled photoshoot that will surely take your breath away. So, get ready to enjoy it! This time, we are heading off to The Carlyle to take a look at a styled photoshoot overflowing with beauty, finery, and tons of inspiring ideas. If you love fashion and always be at the forefront with the latest trends, this photoshoot, planned by Amina Events, is right for you as it is a cornucopia of elegance and graceful looks! Beauty by Ami elevated the beauty glamorizing the lovely models with a swoon-worthy makeup and hairstyle, and Anokhi Ada complemented the look with fashionable attires that we all loved so much! As you might have noticed, all vendors involved are significant players in the fashion game. And having a fantastic team like this one,  there is nothing but utter perfection to be expected, and this time was no exception. Everything was impressive beyond words! To match so much beauty and flair, Krupa Bhatia conceptualized this entire event, creating a minimalist, yet on-point scenery, featuring traditional fabrics and lovely floral arrangements. Ladies, if you can't get enough of the amazing shots captured by Ember Studio, make sure to visit this gallery. And make sure to take your pen and notebook because you'll want to take some notes to start designing your dreamy bridal look!

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What a visual delight, isn't it, ladies? We have inspiring stories every day, so make sure to join us tomorrow for more!

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Hair & Makeup: Beauty by Ami | Model: Karishma Amin | Model: Shrimi | Model: Megha Soor | Venue: The Carlyle | Planner of Stylized Shoot: Amina Events | Wardrobe/Styling: Anokhi Ada | Creative Director: Krupa Bhatia | Photography: Ember Studio


Manassas, VA Indian Fusion Wedding by Subhankar Barai Photography

Happy Thursday, ladies! Today, we are elevating the romance with a real-life fairytale leading to Shivangi & Darshan's wedding ceremony held in the beautiful gardens of the Foxchase Manor. So get ready because we are about to witness something extraordinary! Before her much anticipated walk down the aisle, Shivangi spent some time with Bridal Elegance, who took care of her makeup and hairstyle needs with royal treatment. No wonder why Darshan couldn't take his eyes off of her during the wedding ceremony beautifully captured by Subhankar Barai Photography. For this long-awaited day, this lovely couple brought Lucky Events on board to help with the wedding planning and decor. The result was a wedding ceremony brimming with tradition, elegance, and beauty. The stage backdrop was a sight to behold! This talented and highly experienced team, took advantage of the natural environment to create a spectacular decor that revolves around the beautiful Mandap in bright yellow that set the mood for this life-changing event. Without any question, this was a dreamy background for Shivangi & Darshan to start their married life! After the wedding ceremony, the celebration continued with a banging reception party enlivened by DJ Hawk LLC. And all we have to say is that this celebration is one you don't want to miss, so make sure to visit today's full gallery. It is an absolute visual delight, not to mention that you will get tons of inspiring ideas for your wedding!

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Have an excellent day, and don't forget to join us tomorrow for more!

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Floral & Decor: Lucky Events | Photography: Subhankar Barai Photography | Planning & Design: Lucky Events | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Foxchase Manor | Hair & Makeup: Bridal Elegance | Catering: Bollywood Bistro | DJ: DJ Hawk LLC | Cake & Treats: Raksha's Custom Cakes | Cinematography: Michael Brazda Films | Bridal Draping/Sari Tying & Styling: Bridal Elegance


Florham Park, NJ Indian Wedding by Studio Nine Photography + Cinema

Good morning, Maharanis! We were dying to get back to you on this fresh new week to bring you the best of Indian weddings, which is what we do here at Maharani Weddings. Today we have a special event for you as we are double featuring Natasha & Harsh's big wedding bash. That's right! We have a visual masterpiece that you can relive in today's Video Blog. And we also have the fantastic gallery below, thanks to the talent from Studio Nine Photography + Cinema. The exclusive Brooklake Country Club was the venue of choice selected by our lovely duo to host their dreamed wedding. Our gorgeous Maharani walked down the aisle dazzling everyone with her incommensurable beauty and elegance, showcasing a spectacular Mehndi designed by Mehndikalogie. And all we have to say is that we were rendered speechless over such ravishing look! Once the lovely ceremony ended, an unforgettable wedding reception started, and everyone enjoyed every single minute of it. To turn this gala into an epic party, our friends from DJ RAJ Entertainment & Event Lighting jumped into the stage and played their phenomenal beats that set the dancefloor on fire! In between all the dancing and the delicious food prepared by Chand Palace, who delighted everyone with a culinary experience like no other, the night got tot an end! If you want to relive this moment, don't forget to take a look at today's gallery. You will love every bit of it!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Harsh and I met at Quinnipiac University during a South Asian Society meeting. My favorite part of how we met is that we really just started as friends, he was my best friend for while before we recognized how we felt about each other. To date, he is the one person I can always count on and knows exactly how to talk me through any situation (even when I was freaking out about wedding planning). I suppose I knew he was the one when I felt comfortable being my weirdo self around him. That comfort level is everything.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Harsh and I had done long distance for a few years so we always met at the same spot in Hoboken every Friday after work. Those were the best Fridays, we'd grab food, get some dessert, and then just sit by the water and watch the beautiful city skyline. So, when Harsh proposed, we were watching the same city skyline right before grabbing a bite to eat. Unfortunately, it was December and negative eleven degrees. But, fortunately, there wasn't a single person in sight and we had that perfect little moment all to ourselves. Afterwards, we grabbed a bite to eat at our favorite pizza place in Hoboken, Grimaldi's, and then went to my house where our whole family was waiting to celebrate with us. 

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.
I started with the big things like venues, catering, photography/videography, and decor first. Then moved into DJ, hair/makeup, mehndi, and outfits. I did a ton of research, followed a lot of different vendors on Instagram to get a feel of their work, and really made sure I knew the market/pricing. I had schedules for each day, informed my vendors and family of those schedules, and had every detail planned out of the events. Honestly, it was all so so worth it. I was shocked we stayed on schedule and that we were even able to enjoy the food at our own wedding! I really trusted the vendors we chose, they produced great quality work and were very efficient so my overall experience was really great. Everyone was so great about timing and about doing everything they could to make our wedding as special as possible. Would highly recommend all of the vendors we selected.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
Our wedding was in the Fall so I really wanted to embrace some Fall colors. So, I chose maroon and blush pink for the wedding outfit, mustard yellow for the Sangeet, and mauve for the reception. I LOVED all of my outfits. I had zero time to go to India for them so I followed a lot of different vendors on Instagram and that's where I found Walia Jones. They made it SO easy for me and my outfits were custom made so beautifully thanks to them. I had a vision and they helped bring it to life. They completed the outfits and shipped everything very quickly so I definitely appreciated that. In general, I knew what I wanted, the style, the colors, and looked through a ton of pictures to customize the outfits how I wanted them. Loved my experience with Walia Jones and would highly recommend!

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
To be truthful, I didn't enjoy the planning. It was stressful, tedious, and took up every weekend until the day of the wedding. However, the actual wedding weekend, I was the most relaxed I had been in months because all that planning and stress was finally paying off. My favorite part was starting the events and watching everyone enjoy something I knew I put a lot of work into. Other than that, the food tasting hands down was my other favorite part lol, Chand Palace did an excellent job with the taste and presentation. Very easy to work with them and they make some quality food.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
The outdoor scenery at Brooklake Country Club. I think our guests took as many pictures outside in front of the golf course as we did. That view is so breathtaking and the day of the wedding was cloudy but the temperature was perfect. Since it was cloudy, our pictures came out perfect. Other than that, I think they enjoyed the food and DJ a lot.

Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
One thing I really wanted to make sure was special and done well was my mehndi. I wanted a certain symbol incorporated in it because it's something that means a lot to both me and Harsh. When Harsh and I first started dating, he gave me a necklace with a dopamine molecule and it was my favorite gift from him because I felt that he truly understood how much I love nerdy things like that. I love that I was able to incorporate the dopamine molecule into my mehndi. It was something we shared years ago and Mehndikalogie was able to make it part of my wedding day - it meant a lot!

We have more prepared for you. So, make sure to joins us tomorrow as we still have tons of inspiring stories to share with you!

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DJ: DJ RAJ Entertainment & Event Lighting | Photography: Studio Nine Photography + Cinema | Catering: Chand Palace | Venues: Brooklake Country Club | Mehndi Artists: Mehndikalogie | Cinematography: Studio Nine Photography + Cinema | Planning & Design: Bride | Floral & Decor: Mandaps by Dhoom | Hair & Makeup: Glow By Herneet | Bridal Fashions: Walia Jones


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