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Redondo Beach, CA Indian Wedding by Pine & Sea Photography

We are back, ladies! Part two of Dharmesh and Jessica's dreamy nuptials has arrived! Like we witnessed in part one, our lovebirds were looking enchanting, love was flying all over the place around them. So romantic! The heartfelt ceremony was absolutely beautiful and it was attended by all the special people you want around! What more can you ask for? After an evening of heavy emotions and glittering attires, our newlyweds headed down to the always incredible Catalina Room in Redondo Beach. A dreamlike venue that housed the family and friends of our couple for the reception. Addi’s Tandoor and their fine selection of Indian cuisine pampered everyone's palate and gave them that extra something that you need whenever dancing comes at the sight. All of this as the crew from Sunseri's handled the bar and drinks, Indian wedding style! A loving shout out to Pine & Sea Photography who captured all the sparkly images we are about to see. So, Maharanis, you know what time is it, head to the full gallery

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See you tomorrow for more, ladies! 

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Venues: The Catalina Room | Photography: Pine & Sea Photography | Graphics / Design / Floral & Decor: Jestafool Designs | Graphics / Design / Floral & Decor: Jessica & Dharmesh Ramaiya | Makeup: Courtney Milazzo | Catering: Addi’s Tandoor | Bar: Sunseri's | Cake & Treats: King’s Hawaiian Bakery & Restaurant | Invitations: Minted | Mehndi Artist: Henna Traditions | Rentals: MTB Rentals | Priest: Pundit Trivedi | Servers: Sonya’s Catering Staff


Redondo Beach, CA Indian Wedding by Pine & Sea Photography

Happy Thursday, ladies! Today, it is Dharmesh & Jessica's turn to bring their love celebration to our screens and we just adore fusion weddings. The process of merging two cultures, bounded by their commitment, is truly delightful. It races my heart when a feature like this comes and see all the extra attention put into the details of both cultures. It gives me so many ideas! I'm sure you as well, Maharanis, so let's get going with today's bash at the Catalina Room. For starters, our lovely bride Jessica was wearing a traditional and elegantly minimalistic wine lengha, with all the classic features we all love. She was looking amazing! Also, completing the ensemble, we can't forget about a must feature in all of our Maharani's attires. The mehndi design was created by Henna Traditions, and what a design that was! Simple but extremely elegant. Raja Dharmesh was all things stylish and elegant wearing a traditional beige and wine sherwani, totally matching with our Maharani, as it should be! Let me tell you, this first installment will surely leave you wanting for more. But worry not, dear brides-to-be at home, we have you covered all day, every day with the glam and charm of our ravishing Maharanis. Join us and take a look at today's featured gallery, thanks to Pine & Sea Photography!

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Don't go anywhere ladies, more to come in a few hours. 

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Venues: The Catalina Room | Photography: Pine & Sea Photography | Graphics / Design / Floral & Decor: Jestafool Designs | Graphics / Design / Floral & Decor: Jessica & Dharmesh Ramaiya | Makeup: Courtney Milazzo | Catering: Addi’s Tandoor | Bar: Sunseri's | Cake & Treats: King’s Hawaiian Bakery & Restaurant | Invitations: Minted | Mehndi Artist: Henna Traditions | Rentals: MTB Rentals | Priest: Pundit Trivedi | Servers: Sonya’s Catering Staff


Woodbury, New York Indian Wedding by Recall Pictures

Welcome back wedding lovers! It is time for us to keep on getting our inspo going with the bash from today. As we saw on part one, the big moment was quickly approaching and our Maharani was looking flawless in every single one of the prior steps towards the aisle. Not an easy task! But like the true Maharani she is, it was a walk on the park for sure. The couple was surrounded by their friends and family and the warmth of the event was undeniable. Finally, our couple tied the knot and as you well know, Maharanis, it was reception time and that only means one thing. Ravishing and loving fun! The amazing and exclusive Crest Hollow Country Club hosted the newlyweds and they were greeted by the flower arrangements, decorations, and flawless planning from one of the bests in the field, House of Dipali. A knockout combination that was synonym with glam and glittering success. Seriously, features like this make me want to get married every weekend! Of course, that is not possible, but what is absolutely possible is for you ladies to join Marsha & Raj's in their love celebration via our gallery by Recall Pictures and get those ideas of color and glamour to come to life.  

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See you next time!

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Floral & Decor: House of Dipali | Venues: Crest Hollow Country Club | Planning & Design: House of Dipali | Event Designer: Shivie Sukhdeo | Photography: Recall Pictures


Woodbury, New York Indian Wedding by Recall Pictures

Good Morning wedding lovers! Today we have a quintessential Indian wedding spree. We head down to Woodbury in New York to witness Marsha & Raj's classic and heartwarming nuptials. We adore the color palette chosen by the couple. To start, for the photo shoot, our bride chose to wear a long and light peach lengha with colorful flower details in fuschia, gold, and tones of green. A dazzling combination that sure favored the Maharani's aura. Nervousness was all around as the big ceremony came closer and closer. Raja Raj had everything under control and was looking absolutely neat, wearing a burgundy sherwani with golden features in the front. He made our Maharani's eyes sparkle like fireworks! What more can you ask when a couple has this much style? Deep blue came into the picture for the pre-wedding rituals as the bride glided through the Crest Hollow Country Club to receive the always fun and joyful Baraat. Trust us, if there is someone that knows how to rock a party harder than baraatis, I would like to meet them because I'm sure they do not exist! With that being said, we would like to welcome you, Maharanis at home, to browse into today's featured gallery. Thanks to the talented crew from Recall Pictures, their artistic images showcase what was Marsha & Raj's blowout!

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Don't forget to check us back in just a few hours for part two! 

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Floral & Decor: House of Dipali | Venues: Crest Hollow Country Club | Planning & Design: House of Dipali | Event Designer: Shivie Sukhdeo | Photography: Recall Pictures


Apache Junction, AZ Fusion Indian Wedding by Erika Greene Photography

The second installment of Jenna & Tushar's grand fusion wedding, in complicity with Erika Greene Photography, has arrived, Maharanis! We are definitely in love with the special guest of the ceremony. The elegant burro was all things glamorous, posing with the newlyweds and bringing the fun to the photo shoots. Who says an animal can't share the joy? The Paseo in Arizona also housed the Christian ceremony and the reception, both of them saw the Maharani wear a classic white gown with intricate details. It was a beautiful dress that accurately combined the fusion nature of the wedding. A true knockout! We all know that Indian wedding parties are something else, good thing that our couple recruited In The Mix Entertainment for the sounds and songs that had everyone dancing and enjoying the bash. Even the burro was surely dancing! Want more? Go to the gallery for part two of Jenna & Tushar's nuptials, from the warm and inviting Arizona!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
We met on March 15, 2015, at a coffee shop in Portland, Oregon. (initially, we met on match.com and after chatting for a week or so we decided to meet up). I think I knew he was "the one" after our first meeting. I went home and sat on my bed and thought "I could see us growing old together"
 
Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
Tushar proposed at chokhi dhani resort in Jaipur...days before our actual engagement ceremony ;). 
 
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 hired YourJubilee wedding planners as we were planning the wedding in Arizona from Houston Texas where we live. They were amazing and took care of all the details. The venue "The Paseo" was amazing, Hair was done by my best friend Casey Brough, Makeup was Summer Abdeh, Mehendi was "henna by Purvi". Outfits were from Gaurav Gupta online (India), Manavar (Houston), and Ventura's Bridal (Houston). The theme I was going for was just colorful, I let the planner design and take care of the rest from there. We were out in the desert, so I wanted it to be a desert fusion wedding atmosphere. We had a local burro (donkey) come dressed in our wedding colors who delivered beer and soda to the guests (this is a local southwestern tradition). The DJ (DJ Adhi) played the dhol, we had both Indian and American cuisine (India Palace and Atlasta Catering).
 
How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
Bridal Lengha was actually picked by my co-worker. lol. I couldn't decide between 3 lenghas so I showed them all to her and she picked! The fusion outfit was a version of a Gaurav Gupta dress that I had seen online, and the traditional wedding gown was made to look very simple and elegant in contrast to the other two dresses.
 
What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Dress shopping was my favorite part of the planning process. My mother was supposed to fly into Houston to dress shop with me but a close friend unexpectedly passed away and she had to stay back home. So instead, my husband came to all of the dress shops with me and created a WhatsApp group for all of my friends who were deciding at each store which were the favorite dresses. It was a really fun day!
 
What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
The guests loved the venue as we were out in the Desert with mountains and cactus and beautiful sunsets/weather. They also loved the wedding burro (donkey). We also received a lot of compliments on the great music!
 
Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The moment we said "I Do" and kissed for the first time as a married couple!
 
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.
This was a fusion wedding so we did things a bit differently than a typical Indian Wedding and different from a typical American Wedding. We had a bridal shower at my best friends house with physic who did tarot card readings! We had a Mehndi night that was very low-key but all of our American friends loved getting a henna tattoo! We did two pre-wedding photoshoots to take the pressure off of all the photos on the wedding day. We went out to the desert near the venue and took photos which was really great! The main theme we tried to focus on for our wedding was for everyone to have a good time. The planners did an amazing job executing all of the small details so the day went perfect and everyone had a great time. I love paper/letters so we spent a great deal with the wedding paper designer who designed custom work for all of our invites, menus, food labels, etc. Everything turned out beautiful!
 
Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Try to relax and soak in all the moments as much as possible. The time will go by very quickly, so remember to have fun and enjoy yourselves.
 
Stay tuned for more, Maharanis! 
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Mehndi Artists: Henna by Purvi | Rentals: La Tavola Fine Linen Rental | Ceremony Venue: The Paseo | Reception Venue: The Paseo | Planning & Design: Your Jubilee | Floral & Decor: Lux Florist | Hair: Casey Brough | Makeup: Summer Abdeh | Catering: Atlasta | DJ: In The Mix Entertainment | Cake & Treats: Bear and The Honey | Cinematography: My Event Film | Event Designer: Your Jubilee | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Pine and Cactus | Rentals: Event Rents | Rentals: The Confetti Studio | Rentals: Lace and a Barn | Transportation: AZ Limo | Beer Burro: Haul N Ass Productions


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