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Orlando, Florida Indian Wedding by Fine Art Productions

The charming private lake of the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress was the perfect location for a gorgeous photo shoot previous to the reception. The regal-looking navy blue and gold outfit plus the sweet side hairstyle by Debra’s Do’s and Makeup Too made Neha looked picture perfect for the camera of Fine Art Productions. Meanwhile, her dapper groom Hemang added an extra charm to the duo with a very elegant blue suit. I can’t get over the fabulous stage that Myar Decor built for the occasion, with a fantastic backdrop and a lush floral wall that summed glamour and romance to the whole stage. To personalized and coordinate the unforgettable night, Just Events Group was recruited by the smart couple to handle every detail while they enjoyed dancing with Prime DJs’ music and cutting a precious wedding cake that displayed a fully customized topper based on the bride and groom! How sweet! The high spirited celebration led by the newlyweds was a huge success chronicled in the gorgeous images that you will find in our gallery!

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Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Here I was thinking we were going on a mini getaway to Punta Cana to celebrate surviving my first year of residency...little did I know what really was about to happen.
 
I wanted to walk on the beach as the sun was setting (setting myself up for the moment without Hemang having to do any extra work). We had made dinner reservations at a restaurant and needed to hurry. As we were walking down the beach enjoying the scene, Hemang kept loitering and was walking to an area of the beach that wasn't part of our resort! I kept telling him we will be late for dinner and that we needed to turn back around. Out of nowhere, he asked me if I was ready to deal with him forever. Deal with him making me late for dinner? Sure, I thought. Next thing I realized, he was fidgeting something out of his pocket and down on one knee! In a shell-shaped case, I see a ring sparkling just perfectly in the sunlight. He said all these nice things about me, but I, of course, I couldn't focus on anything but the ring. He asked I said yes, and the rest is history. Or so I thought. 
 
I turned around and a photographer popped out from behind the huts – he had been documenting the whole thing! I again reminded Hemang we were going to be late for our dinner reservation. As if that wasn't enough, on our walk back I see a table set up with candles and rose petals on the sand. As we walked by it, Hemang slowed down. I told him to keep walking, and that we were ruining someone's candlelight dinner on the beach. He just laughed at me and pulled the chair out for me to sit on. 
 
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.
All of our vendors were fantastic and great to work with! 
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I always wanted a traditional red color. I was unable to make a trip to India and thus had to get my outfits in the states instead. Binari Art made my customized wedding and reception outfits, and they turned out exactly how I had envisioned them. Highly recommend Ranisha Patel to any future brides.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most satisfying aspect of wedding planning was seeing all the small details we planned to turn into reality. We are fortunate to have great family and friends that worked hard during the wedding weekend to make sure everything went smoothly and reduce the stress on us. I felt like a princess all weekend!
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Some of our guests are still talking about the amazing food we had!
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
I love watching our wedding trailer by Fine Art Productions - it truly summarizes the wedding events and I always end up with a huge smile after watching it. 
 
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.
Myar Decor worked hard to make our vision turn into a reality. We were looking for a more traditional wedding and a modern reception style. We had memorable dances from our talented family and friends that we still remember. Our dance floor was popping the whole night thanks to DJ Anis which made our reception extra fun!
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
I know it's easier said than done but try to relax and soak in all the details. It goes by so quickly! And don't forget to smile regardless of how tired you get taking pictures :)
 

I hope your day is just as special as Neha and Hemang’s!  See you tomorrow.

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Floral & Decor: Myar Decor | Cinematographer: Fine Art Productions | Photography: Fine Art Productions | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress | Planning & Design: Just Events Group | Hair & Makeup: Debra’s Do’s and Makeup Too | Bridal Fashion: Binari Art | Catering: Khasiyat Orlando | DJ: Prime DJs | Baraat: Orlando Horse and Carriage | Dhol Player: EchoBell Events | Lighting: Prime DJs | Priest: Bhavin Trivedi |


Orlando, Florida Indian Wedding by Fine Art Productions

Good Morning ladies! The amazing images of Fine Art Productions narrate the amazing events that were part of Neha and Hemang’s nuptials. The skillful photo team captured and filmed these perfect Indian soulmates in a romantic highlight video and also snapped them during their colorful sangeet celebration. The much-anticipated wedding day arrived and the charming groom Hemang reached the entrance of the Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress shinning in a white embroidered sherwani while riding a decorated white horse from Orlando Horse and Carriage. The solemn ceremony took place at a fascinating mandap stage created by the expert décor team of Myar Decor. The white carved structure combined with a pristine drapery gave an astoundingly beautiful look to the heart of the marriage scene. In this lovely spot, Maharani Neha showed off a unique customized red lehenga created by Binari Art. The alluring attire was beautifully completed with a soft makeup look by Debra’s Do’s and Makeup Too, which enhanced her already beautiful features! Check out the fantastic imagery of this special day in our gallery!

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Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Here I was thinking we were going on a mini getaway to Punta Cana to celebrate surviving my first year of residency...little did I know what really was about to happen.
 
I wanted to walk on the beach as the sun was setting (setting myself up for the moment without Hemang having to do any extra work). We had made dinner reservations at a restaurant and needed to hurry. As we were walking down the beach enjoying the scene, Hemang kept loitering and was walking to an area of the beach that wasn't part of our resort! I kept telling him we will be late for dinner and that we needed to turn back around. Out of nowhere, he asked me if I was ready to deal with him forever. Deal with him making me late for dinner? Sure, I thought. Next thing I realized, he was fidgeting something out of his pocket and down on one knee! In a shell-shaped case, I see a ring sparkling just perfectly in the sunlight. He said all these nice things about me, but I, of course, I couldn't focus on anything but the ring. He asked I said yes, and the rest is history. Or so I thought. 
 
I turned around and a photographer popped out from behind the huts – he had been documenting the whole thing! I again reminded Hemang we were going to be late for our dinner reservation. As if that wasn't enough, on our walk back I see a table set up with candles and rose petals on the sand. As we walked by it, Hemang slowed down. I told him to keep walking, and that we were ruining someone's candlelight dinner on the beach. He just laughed at me and pulled the chair out for me to sit on. 
 
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.
All of our vendors were fantastic and great to work with! 
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I always wanted a traditional red color. I was unable to make a trip to India and thus had to get my outfits in the states instead. Binari Art made my customized wedding and reception outfits, and they turned out exactly how I had envisioned them. Highly recommend Ranisha Patel to any future brides.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most satisfying aspect of wedding planning was seeing all the small details we planned to turn into reality. We are fortunate to have great family and friends that worked hard during the wedding weekend to make sure everything went smoothly and reduce the stress on us. I felt like a princess all weekend!
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Some of our guests are still talking about the amazing food we had!
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
I love watching our wedding trailer by Fine Art Productions - it truly summarizes the wedding events and I always end up with a huge smile after watching it. 
 
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.
Myar Decor worked hard to make our vision turn into a reality. We were looking for a more traditional wedding and a modern reception style. We had memorable dances from our talented family and friends that we still remember. Our dance floor was popping the whole night thanks to DJ Anis which made our reception extra fun!
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
I know it's easier said than done but try to relax and soak in all the details. It goes by so quickly! And don't forget to smile regardless of how tired you get taking pictures :)
 

One of the biggest parts of the wedding timeline is coming up next! Make sure to take a look at our following feature.

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Floral & Decor: Myar Decor | Cinematographer: Fine Art Productions | Photography: Fine Art Productions | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress | Planning & Design: Just Events Group | Hair & Makeup: Debra’s Do’s and Makeup Too | Bridal Fashion: Binari Art | Catering: Khasiyat Orlando | DJ: Prime DJs | Baraat: Orlando Horse and Carriage | Dhol Player: EchoBell Events | Lighting: Prime DJs | Priest: Bhavin Trivedi |


Edison, NJ Sikh Wedding by Saroj Studios

As the wedding celebrations come to an end, when the night fell, the Royal Albert's Palace’s banquet hall was ready for Gagan and Ankur's large list of guests who were ready to party in honor of the newlyweds! The multicolor lights and animated music of Dj Sunny Entertainment welcomed the crowd into a vivid ambiance that lasted all night long. The exquisite wedding stage backdrop and the sweet cherry blossom arrangements added an elegant touch to the already stunning setting. Gagan shined at the reception with a flawless bridal updo created by Maliha Khan plus an alluring maroon outfit that matched the groom’s suit perfectly well! This duo's good style and best moments were captured by the amazing highlight footage Saroj Studios shot which was previously featured in our Video Blog!  Don’t forget to also to see the best snaps of this heart-warming affair in our full gallery!

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If you are in the hunt for the perfect wedding inspiration, don't forget to visit us here tomorrow for another dose!

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Photography: Saroj Studios | Cinematography: Saroj Studios | Sangeet Venue: The Marigold | Reception Venue: Royal Albert's Palace | Hair & Makeup: Maliha Khan | DJ: Dj Sunny Entertainment | Lighting: Dj Sunny Entertainment |


Edison, NJ Sikh Wedding by Saroj Studios

Good morning, Maharanis! We start off the week with the great Sikh wedding of Gagan and Ankur, the nuptials were a bright vibrant experience that we are bringing back to life thanks to the gorgeous images captured by Saroj Studios. The renowned photo team built an everlasting memoir of the couple’s union, first with a romantic pre-wedding photo shoot during their Sangeet celebration and continued with the eye-popping captures of the bride and groom on a fabulous classic Rolls Royce! On this momentous occasion, Gagan reincarnated a Sikh princess with an exceptionally well-done hair and makeup by Maliha Khan and with the ecstatic red lehenga that featured gorgeous embroidered motifs. Next to the bride, the charming groom Ankur donned a golden sherwani he paired with a red turban that made him look his best as the perfect Punjabi groom. Don’t forget to click on our complete gallery to see all the incredibly beautiful images of this unique Sikh nuptials!

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The lovely pictures of the lavish reception are on its way!

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Photography: Saroj Studios | Cinematography: Saroj Studios | Sangeet Venue: The Marigold | Reception Venue: Royal Albert's Palace | Hair & Makeup: Maliha Khan | DJ: Dj Sunny Entertainment | Lighting: Dj Sunny Entertainment |


Dallas, TX Indian Fusion Wedding by Edmonson Photography

Nina and Alex were married and decided to complete their wedding celebrations with a dreamy glam bash. The happy couple was praised by the guests as they made their big entrance to the reception hall of the magnificent Union Station Dallas to celebrate their new beginning. DJ Riz Entertainment guaranteed a great start to the reception with the best music for the introduction of the newlyweds and their heart-melting first dance. Nina’s second wedding outfit was a cream and golden lehenga she paired with a stunning gold jewelry set that was pure sophistication, while Alex created an extremely elegant outfit with a classic black tuxedo that made him shine through the night. The adorable aesthetic cake design from Sugar Bee Sweets matched the mind-blowing floral centerpieces designed by Decor One, creating a truly stand out soiree. The talented Edmonson Photography took the best images of the couple celebrating surrounded by their dearest family and friends. Check out the lavish reception in our complete gallery now!

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More whimsical images and sophisticated wedding celebrations tomorrow! Don’t forget to stop by!

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DJ: DJ Riz Entertainment | Photography: Edmonson Photography | Ceremony & Reception Venue: Union Station Dallas | Floral & Decor: Decor One | Planning & Design: Decor One | Catering: Our Place Indian Cuisine | Baraat: Happy Trails Carriage | Cake & Treats: Sugar Bee Sweets | Event Designer: Decor One |


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