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Piscataway, NJ South Indian Wedding by Masha Creative Studio

Preeti and Shiv held their wedding gala at the celebrated Crystal Plaza where their family and friends gathered around them inside the palatial venue to congratulate them on their union! Abhishek Decorators worked their magic creating an imperial-like atmosphere with candelabras on each table and adding a touch of royal blue and gold to the ballroom. Palermo Bakery also added a hue of blue to the magnificent four-tier cake they created and behind the turntables, Dj Sunny got the crowd in the party mood for a memorable night of fun. Preeti stood next to her Raja Shiv gleaming with joy and together posed once again for the camera of Masha Creative Studio for an utterly beautiful sunset photo shoot. The expert bridal team of Looks by Jassi gave Preeti a true dive style with a side-swept updo while Shiv looked dashing in a white tuxedo vest and tie, perfect for their evening event! There are lots of more wedding moments to enjoy so go to our full gallery and enjoy.

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Relive more timeless Indian wedding stories tomorrow.

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Floral & Decor: Abhishek Decorators | Draping/Styling: Looks by Jassi | Hair & Makeup: Looks by Jassi | Planning & Design: Ask Neha Now | Sangeet Venue: Deewan Banquet. | Ceremony Venue: Deewan Banquet. | Reception Venue: Crystal plaza | Catering: Moghul Caterers | DJ: Dj Sunny | Live Music: Nagaswaram | Cake & Treats: Palermo Bakery | Cinematography: Krishna Yella | Live Music: Musicians Strings | Photo Booth: Just Smile Entertainment Photo Booth | Transportation: Camila Tours and Travel | Photography: Masha Creative Studio |


Piscataway, NJ South Indian Wedding by Masha Creative Studio

Good morning ladies, let’s have a look at the dreamy Marathi wedding of Preeti and Shiv! These two are so adorable and I can’t help but sigh every time I see the bright outdoor photo shoot that Masha Creative Studio caught right before their ceremony. The expert wedding planning team of Ask Neha Now planned and executed the grand affair that took place inside the halls of the Deewan Banquet. Abhishek Decorators created an extraordinary golden round mandap for the meaningful and easy marriage rituals. Perhaps the Maharashtrian bridal look is one of my favorites, Preeti looked amazing in her stunning lehenga and chose such as smashing color for her wedding ritual silk saree draped in the traditional style by Looks by Jassi, which gave her that Maharani regal look! The groom also adorned himself with a fabulous red turban with a traditional headpiece during the ceremony that matched with the bride’s head embellishment. Get more inspiration in our complete gallery.

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The wedding story of Preeti and Shiv will continue in our next feature.

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Floral & Decor: Abhishek Decorators | Draping/Styling: Looks by Jassi | Hair & Makeup: Looks by Jassi | Planning & Design: Ask Neha Now | Sangeet Venue: Deewan Banquet. | Ceremony Venue: Deewan Banquet. | Reception Venue: Crystal plaza | Catering: Moghul Caterers | DJ: Dj Sunny | Live Music: Nagaswaram | Cake & Treats: Palermo Bakery | Cinematography: Krishna Yella | Live Music: Musicians Strings | Photo Booth: Just Smile Entertainment Photo Booth | Transportation: Camila Tours and Travel | Photography: Masha Creative Studio |


Frisco, TX Indian Wedding by Epique Cinema

I am so excited about the sleek and lavish reception that Vimmy and Nikhil hosted at the Omni Frisco! This fun-filled soiree was decorated by the talented Weddings by Farah who seamlessly echoed the couple’s vision with a regal stage design, while DJ Riz Entertainment provided the creative uplighting that finished off the inviting atmosphere! The entertainment crew also gave the perfect musical backdrop to the dreamy scenery with its best party hits! Maharani Vimmy opted for a special trousseau that paid homage to her charming husband: “I wanted to have the colors of reception to be Silver and Blue (Cowboys color for my lovely hubby) and that's why my dress is silver and the decor is blue!”  While Ms. Painted Lady gave her the final glam touch with a loose romantic bun! A sweet Life Frisco gave the newly wedded couple a unique piece of artwork, creating a peacock cake that was a real feast for the eyes! Go straight to our full gallery to view all the imagery by Epique Cinema!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Nikhil and I have known each other since we were still in our teens. Surprisingly, he once picked my friends and I up when our car broke down and dropped us all off at my house back when we were acquaintances. I was friends with his cousins, and due to that, I ran into him once more. I had on a Weeknd hat, and we stirred up a conversation on music. I could see a couple of our friends looking over because they knew right away something was happening. Nikhil's phone was surprisingly "dead" and wasn't able to share his music information with me so he put his number in my phone and the rest was history!
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Italy is both of our favorite country, with the history, immense amount of pizza and wine - how could it not. We both decided to travel there as our first big trip together. Starting on the Amalfi Coast and making our way to Tuscany. Since Nikhil and I are both extreme foodie, we had decided early on that we will try more local food and splurge on one really nice date night. For that, we decided to go to Ravello for the day. Nikhil told me we have a dinner reservation at Villa Cimbrone which is a hotel and has a garden within there, but the garden closes early so we have to be there at a certain time. He had photographers set up already and they decided since rain was in the forecast, we will push up the proposal. Once we reach the gardens, Nikhil hands his phone to a couple to take our picture (that couple was our photographers and that was Nikhil's signal to them that he's about to propose). We turn around and are admiring the view from the gardens when Nikhil starts being really sweet. It threw me off a little because we always joke around with each other, so I kept interrupting him asking why he's being weird. And finally he gets down on one knee - and I was blown away. It took me a little bit to even notice the photographers, but they captured my shock and happiness beautifully.
 
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 love wedding planning is what I realized throughout the process. Nikhil and I are also huge football fanatics with the Cowboys being his favorite team and mine the NY Giants. Which was only fitting we choose Omni Frisco which is partly owned by Jerry Jones and part of Cowboys Headquarters. Also, I realized, Nikhil is one of those guys that will always want to help and support me. I used him tremendously in the whole planning process. He dealt with everything Venue related, while I did the other smaller items such as Decor. When it came to decor, I wanted someone I could trust, that would help me achieve the royal look I was going for. That when Farah came in, I went through every detail of the weekend every time I met with her and she came through and more that weekend! 
 
Hair and Makeup - Let's say I definitely stalked many Instagram wedding handles. I knew a couple of things, I wanted my Sangeet/Garba to be very colorful. This went with my decor theme, as well as my outfit. For the wedding, I wanted to keep it classy and everlasting look (you can't go wrong with that ever). And finally, I wanted to have the colors of reception to be Silver and Blue (Cowboys color for my lovely hubby) and that's why my dress is silver and the decor is blue!
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
Just like most Indian brides, I wanted Sabyasachi - Unfortunately, I never had time in India to make it to the actual store but luckily for me, my cousin is really into fashion and has her own designer. I sent her pictures of how I wanted my length to look such as the pink and red oodhni. I wanted contrasts in there so I added the pink oodhni and the green jewelry. 
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Being with the friends and family that travel so far. It's stressful when planning to think you have so many people coming to your wedding, but when the time comes and you look around the room, it's crazy to think how many people love you to share this moment with you.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Nikhil and my goal was we want everyone from kids to grandparents to have fun. And from everyone we have spoken to they have absolutely loved the wedding and had the time of their life.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Walking to the mandap! I had no reason to cry, my parents live 5 minutes from my in-laws, but walking up there with my mama's all I could see was the tears building up in my mom's eyes.
 
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.
Sangeet/Garba - As I mentioned above - color was the goal and I got that. From the decor, makeup to outfit. I also wanted most of my performances on that night.
 
Reception - I loved my stage. And all thanks goes to my decorator, who during our first meeting had her guys set up that look and I fell in love. It was something new for both her and me.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Delegate. I can be very controlling in a sense I like things a certain way, but having my in-laws, parents and especially my husband help me I think I was very stress-free.
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
I loved my jewelry. I know the type of style I wanted for each event and all I had to do was find it. The biggest thing when you go to India for wedding shopping is, do not let these salespeople harass you into buying things they want to sell. I was very adamant about my style and color - which paid off.
 

Best wishes to the happy couple!  See you tomorrow!

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DJ: DJ Riz Entertainment | Mehndi Artists: Samira's Henna Designs | Lighting: DJ Riz Entertainment | Floral & Decor: Weddings by Farah | Baraat: DJ Riz Entertainment | Cinematographer: Epique Cinema | Photographer: Epique Cinema | Venue: Omni Frisco | Planning & Design: Elaan Events | Hair & Makeup: Ms. Painted Lady | Catering: Royal Sweets | Sangeet | Catering: Urban Tadka | Reception | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: Bfunk | Bridal Fashion: Aso Palav | Sangeet | Bridal Fashion: Customized by Aura (Vidhyanagar - Nikita) | Wedding | Bridal Fashion: Thakur (Baroda) | Reception | Bridal Jewelry: Bhawaani Jewelers | Cake & Treats: A sweet Life Frisco | Dessert table: Omni Frisco | Draping & Styling: Ms. Painted Lady | Photo Booth: Epique Cinema | Transportation: Turo |


Frisco, TX Indian Wedding by Epique Cinema

Hello loves! Today we have the gorgeous Indian wedding of Vimmy and Nikhil, a charming affair with tons of details and bold colors for your Tuesday dose of inspiration! Epique Cinema captured loads of portraits of the happy couple and created a lovely cinematic version of the events previously featured in our Video Blog! The couple entrusted the planning process to Elaan Events who worked untiringly to create an array of wonderful pre-wedding events that preceded an unforgettable ceremony at the Omni Frisco! The lovely Vimmy had a dazzling and elegant mehndi design from Samira's Henna Designs as part of her pivotal pre-wedding rituals and as a complement to her exquisite emerald green jewelry provided by Bhawaani JewelersWeddings by Farah created an impressive backdrop effect with a half-moon mandap, red roses and traditional sculptures that gave the guests a serious wow moment! Bring back to life the sweet union of Vimmy and Nikhil in our full gallery!  

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Nikhil and I have known each other since we were still in our teens. Surprisingly, he once picked my friends and I up when our car broke down and dropped us all off at my house back when we were acquaintances. I was friends with his cousins, and due to that, I ran into him once more. I had on a Weeknd hat, and we stirred up a conversation on music. I could see a couple of our friends looking over because they knew right away something was happening. Nikhil's phone was surprisingly "dead" and wasn't able to share his music information with me so he put his number in my phone and the rest was history!
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Italy is both of our favorite country, with the history, immense amount of pizza and wine - how could it not. We both decided to travel there as our first big trip together. Starting on the Amalfi Coast and making our way to Tuscany. Since Nikhil and I are both extreme foodie, we had decided early on that we will try more local food and splurge on one really nice date night. For that, we decided to go to Ravello for the day. Nikhil told me we have a dinner reservation at Villa Cimbrone which is a hotel and has a garden within there, but the garden closes early so we have to be there at a certain time. He had photographers set up already and they decided since rain was in the forecast, we will push up the proposal. Once we reach the gardens, Nikhil hands his phone to a couple to take our picture (that couple was our photographers and that was Nikhil's signal to them that he's about to propose). We turn around and are admiring the view from the gardens when Nikhil starts being really sweet. It threw me off a little because we always joke around with each other, so I kept interrupting him asking why he's being weird. And finally he gets down on one knee - and I was blown away. It took me a little bit to even notice the photographers, but they captured my shock and happiness beautifully.
 
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 love wedding planning is what I realized throughout the process. Nikhil and I are also huge football fanatics with the Cowboys being his favorite team and mine the NY Giants. Which was only fitting we choose Omni Frisco which is partly owned by Jerry Jones and part of Cowboys Headquarters. Also, I realized, Nikhil is one of those guys that will always want to help and support me. I used him tremendously in the whole planning process. He dealt with everything Venue related, while I did the other smaller items such as Decor. When it came to decor, I wanted someone I could trust, that would help me achieve the royal look I was going for. That when Farah came in, I went through every detail of the weekend every time I met with her and she came through and more that weekend! 
 
Hair and Makeup - Let's say I definitely stalked many Instagram wedding handles. I knew a couple of things, I wanted my Sangeet/Garba to be very colorful. This went with my decor theme, as well as my outfit. For the wedding, I wanted to keep it classy and everlasting look (you can't go wrong with that ever). And finally, I wanted to have the colors of reception to be Silver and Blue (Cowboys color for my lovely hubby) and that's why my dress is silver and the decor is blue!
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
Just like most Indian brides, I wanted Sabyasachi - Unfortunately, I never had time in India to make it to the actual store but luckily for me, my cousin is really into fashion and has her own designer. I sent her pictures of how I wanted my length to look such as the pink and red oodhni. I wanted contrasts in there so I added the pink oodhni and the green jewelry. 
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Being with the friends and family that travel so far. It's stressful when planning to think you have so many people coming to your wedding, but when the time comes and you look around the room, it's crazy to think how many people love you to share this moment with you.
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Nikhil and my goal was we want everyone from kids to grandparents to have fun. And from everyone we have spoken to they have absolutely loved the wedding and had the time of their life.
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
Walking to the mandap! I had no reason to cry, my parents live 5 minutes from my in-laws, but walking up there with my mama's all I could see was the tears building up in my mom's eyes.
 
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.
Sangeet/Garba - As I mentioned above - color was the goal and I got that. From the decor, makeup to outfit. I also wanted most of my performances on that night.
 
Reception - I loved my stage. And all thanks goes to my decorator, who during our first meeting had her guys set up that look and I fell in love. It was something new for both her and me.
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Delegate. I can be very controlling in a sense I like things a certain way, but having my in-laws, parents and especially my husband help me I think I was very stress-free.
 
Anything else you want to tell us? We'd love to hear all about your other details! (jewelry, mehndi, venue, cake, bouquets, etc.)
I loved my jewelry. I know the type of style I wanted for each event and all I had to do was find it. The biggest thing when you go to India for wedding shopping is, do not let these salespeople harass you into buying things they want to sell. I was very adamant about my style and color - which paid off.
 

There is so much more about this beautiful union! Check out our following post.

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GUIDE
style
Traditional
Ballroom
season
Autumn
color
DJ: DJ Riz Entertainment | Mehndi Artists: Samira's Henna Designs | Lighting: DJ Riz Entertainment | Floral & Decor: Weddings by Farah | Baraat: DJ Riz Entertainment | Cinematographer: Epique Cinema | Photographer: Epique Cinema | Venue: Omni Frisco | Planning & Design: Elaan Events | Hair & Makeup: Ms. Painted Lady | Catering: Royal Sweets | Sangeet | Catering: Urban Tadka | Reception | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: Bfunk | Bridal Fashion: Aso Palav | Sangeet | Bridal Fashion: Customized by Aura (Vidhyanagar - Nikita) | Wedding | Bridal Fashion: Thakur (Baroda) | Reception | Bridal Jewelry: Bhawaani Jewelers | Cake & Treats: A sweet Life Frisco | Dessert table: Omni Frisco | Draping & Styling: Ms. Painted Lady | Photo Booth: Epique Cinema | Transportation: Turo |


Basking Ridge, NJ Sikh Wedding by House of Talent Studio

My heart is still excited about the incredible ending of Aashna and Meric wedding celebrations! These two pulled off the greatest party with the team of creatives at Exclusive Events NY who went above and beyond to produce all the extravaganza and sophistication of their reception that took place at the grand Imperia! The unique patio of this idyllic spot was the setting for the glam couple to pose for a romantic pre-wedding shoot by House of Talent Studio who later snapped the happy couple indoors against a wonderful stage that showcased hints of sweet peach hues! Aashna conquered her wedding night exuding modern glamour with a drop-dead gorgeous updo and a glowing makeup from Maryam Asim. She slipped into a fascinating gown to enjoy the party with her dapper Raja Meric to the rhythm of DJ Sunny Entertainment’s beats. Take a look at these seriously stunning pictures of their big day in our complete gallery!

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Best wishes on this wonderful journey for the beautiful Aashna and Meric!

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Photography: House of Talent Studio | Cinematography: House of Talent Studio | Floral & Decor: Exclusive Events NY | Photo Booths: Exclusive Events NY | Sangeet Venue: Rasoi III Restaurant & Banquet | Ceremony Venue: Garden State Sikh Association Gurudwara | Reception Venue: The Imperia | Sangeet Hair & Makeup: Glam by Anjali - Anjali B | Hair & Makeup: Maryam Asim | Bridal Party Hair & Makeup: Cinderella Bridez | Catering: Moghul Caterers | DJ: DJ Sunny Entertainment | Mehndi Artist: Henna For All |


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