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Orlando, FL Indian Wedding by Castaldo Studios

Listen up, Maharanis! Get ready to be indulged with some major and fresh wedding inspiration. Acclaimed Castaldo Studios had the honor to portrait Reshma and Roshan during their wedding festivities in Orlando, Florida and the images are just impeccable. So make sure to get comfortable for what's coming up next. Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress usually hosts manificent events, and this time this luxury venue set the scene for the Indian wedding sangeet and ceremony of this cute pair. The special days were filled with joy, happiness, and incredible details. Eventrics Weddings ensured that the intense days ran smoothly and pleasantly, orchestrating the elaborate celebrations to perfection. The planning crew teamed with NJP Events, who came up with a covetable decor theme that you will adore. Reshma's bridal apparel was stunning! No detail was overlooked when it came to her look. Style By Susmita was in charge of her hair and makeup, while Designs by Varsha did the beautiful paisleys that decked her hands. She glowed during the ceremony in a white and gold majestic lehenga and elevated the look with a red flowy dupatta. I dore how Roshan paired with his Maharani, opting for a white sherwani suit, and completed the elegant trosseau with a green emerald velvet scarf. He completely nailed it and resembled a Bollywood groom! Once the ceremony was over, guests rushed to one of the most unique venues in Central Florida, The Sun 'n Fun Aerospace Campus! This particular space was transformed into a celebratory setting with magical Gobo lighting, a regal sweetheart table, and tons of white florals. Platinum-toned silvers and blue shades added shimmery and brought to life the entire decor. Reshma and Roshan decided to go with Volcanik Entertainment LLC, who performed the best Bollywood tunes for the crowd and picked Mast Masala Caterers to create the traditional dishes that were served during the night. For their last event, the newlyweds look like a million dollars. They both flaunted exquisite designs. Roshan slipped into a white dinner jacket while Maharani Reshma's long sleek hair blended so well with her platinum lehenga choli set. Such a stylish duo. Behold the wedding days of these two in our complete gallery and get inspired by their love and bliss. Big Thanks to Castaldo Studios for such great images!

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We have pages and pages of real wedding-inspiration ready to be discovered! Don't miss tomorrow's feature.

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Planning & Design: Eventrics Weddings | Floral & Decor: NJP Events and Design | Event Designer: NJP Events and Design | Bridal Fashions: NJP Events and Design | Ceremony Venue: Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress | Sangeet Venue: Hyatt Regency Grand Cypress | Reception Venue: Sun 'n Fun | Hair & Makeup: Style By Susmita | Catering: Mast Masala Caterers | DJ: Volcanik Entertainment LLC | Cinematography: Castaldo Studios | Photography: Castaldo Studios | Mehndi Artist: Designs by Varsha


Houston, TX Indian Wedding by Mir Anwar Studios

Krishna & Bhavik put together an elegant Indian wedding, and we can't express how happy we are to unveil everything about it. You will discover the fabulous celebrations thanks to Mir Anwar Studios. The storytellers captured all the highlights and impressions of an unforgettable weekend. Luxury wedding planners Lavender Pearl ensured all wedding activities run smoothly so the couple could breathe easily and relax. The pre-wedding ceremonies included a beautiful Pithi, a Mehndi ceremony, and perhaps the most fun; a big Sangeet night. Fast forward, the ceremony day was definitely one for the books! Hyatt Regency Houston Galleria was the venue chose to hold the important occasion. It provided a beautiful and immense ballroom hall that was transformed into a sanctuary for the traditional rituals. Let's remember this a pre-covid union, so the entire place was full of family and friends who could observe first hand the astounding work of Prashe Decor. There was plenty of room for personalization and creativity, so the team embellished the center stage with a romantic rustic arch backdropped by a fabulous candle wall. This romantic theme continued during the reception, as every table display charming blooms. What a dreamy setting! The bride's apparel was also festooned with flowers. She opted for a timeless bridal lengha with floral embroidery for her wedding function and donned a light makeup look created by Aura Airbrush Makeup. She was absolutely stunning! Raja Bhavik also pulled off great ensembles that ranged from a jazzy Sherwani to a stylish suit for the reception party. He looked super dapper and refined. Dolce Designs by Jesi Celeita masterfully designed an adorable, clean line cake that will leave you in awe. Is there a better way to end the perfect wedding spree? Start exploring the wedding of Krishna & Bhavik's complete gallery now and take a closer look at all the magic.

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We are passionate about weddings, if you are to share your impressions about today's affair, leaving a comment below!

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Photography: Mir Anwar Studios | Cinematography: Mir Anwar Studios | Venues: Hyatt Regency Houston Galleria | Planning & Design: Lavender Pearl | Floral & Decor: Prashe Decor | Hair & Makeup: Aura Airbrush Makeup | Catering: Bombay Brasserie | DJ: Karmadjs | Bridal Fashions: Gunghat by Shaveta | Bridal Fashions: Gangore Studios | Bridal Fashions: Roop Sari Palace | Bridal Jewelry: Roop Sari Palce | Bridal Jewelry: Evotique | Bridal Jewelry: Henna ke Phool | Cake & Treats: Dolce Designs by Jesi Celeita | Invitations & Wedding Stationery: Etsy | Lighting: Karmadjs | Mehndi Artist: Living Doll by Hina Khan


Carson, CA Indian Wedding by Peter Nguyen Studio

Ladies, we are excited to present today a wedding extravaganza that a pandemic couldn't stop! Darshana and Ankur are a glamorous Indian couple that held an intimate union in California. We are glad that Peter Nguyen Studio delivered the impeccable images you are about to peruse, and that will keep all the wedding bliss alive and fresh in the couple's mind. Before walking down the aisle, the bride and groom saw each other for the first time prior to the vow exchange, and the striking pictures unveil the special moment. Maharani Darshana surprised the Raja of her dreams in a spectacular red lehenga with sparkly blooms motifs. Neha Assar adorned her hands with a maroon mehndi design, and she had the best beauty artist Dolled up by Lulu create a glowing makeup to complete her bridal look. At the same time, dapper Ankur proudly flaunted a floral sherwani that made him looked as royal as ever. Shree Ramkabir Mandir was the perfect setting to celebrate their affair with the ceremony taking place in an impressive draped stage produced by Unique Flowers and Events by Milan; this event was one for the books. The creative team also created customized the lovely floral arrangements that decorated the aisle while a blush color tent harbored the guests with style. I love the endless blush and champagne shades they picked. Every color provided an elegant visual feast! Nisha and Rakhee Event Planning helped organize and plan this sensational garden affair filled with romance and extraordinary details. Make sure to visit our complete gallery. There is so much inspiration to unpack here.

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
I met Ankur on the Bumble dating app. I knew he was the one when he agreed to go see Aladdin the musical with me.

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
The proposal was a COMPLETE surprise!!! We were traveling to Spain to visit my sister and her family. My sister and her family were showing us around and we went to Parque del Retiro. We were walking around and Ankur led me to a gazebo which was decorated with flowers! Next thing I know he was down on one knee proposing!!!!

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.
Social media was very helpful while planning for my wedding during the pandemic. I used IG pages and facebook to contact vendors for hair/makeup, outfits, decor, and mendhi. Everyone was very helpful and understanding due to the pandemic.

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I wanted a traditional red bridal lengha. I wasn't able to go to India and my mom and aunt were very helpful. They knew I wanted a red bridal lengha. Whatapp video calls were very helpful.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part was planning on what I wanted for my bridal mendhi. I wanted something that represents both Ankur and I. Neha Assar did an amazing job with my bridal mendhi and working with her was a great experience!

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
The guests enjoyed the intimate wedding.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
The moment that replays in my head how my family and extended family worked together to make my wedding happen. Everyone played a significant role.

So much beauty in one wedding! Don't you think? Leave your thoughts below.

 
 
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Hair & Makeup: Dolled up by Lulu | Photography: Peter Nguyen Studio | Cinematography: Peter Nguyen Studio | Ceremony Venue: Shree Ramkabir Mandir | Pithi Venue: Shree Ramkabir Mandir | Planning & Design: Nisha and Rakhee Event Planning | Floral & Decor: Unique Flowers and Events by Milan | Mehndi Artist: Neha Assar | Rentals: Bee Events | Officiant: Nikki


Somerset, NJ South Indian Wedding by Jayesh Production

Good morning loves! Today we have a fabulous South Indian spree that is absolutely one for the books. Rohini and Krishna, the pair at the center of this traditional affair, prepared an experience like any other for their guests. The celebrations included lots of pre-wedding rituals that concluded with a beautiful ceremony at New Jersey's premier venue, The Marigold. Elegant Affairs Inc gave this couple the day they dreamed of decking out the ceremony stage with a temple-inspired theme that included white and red flowers, red drapes, and opulent golden pillars. The details of this mandap are spellbinding!  Jayesh Production captured the wedding day's events and followed the newlyweds from the getting ready moments all the way to through their grand exit. The talented photo team snapped the beautiful Rohini as the beauty expert  Looks by Jassi pampered her and created a gorgeous eye and bold lips makeup look she completed with an intricate henna design by Henna by Riddhi. What a jaw-droppingly magnificent style!  Rohini and Krishna hosted a reception after completing their ceremony and selected Chand Palace to provide a deliciously-satisfying selection of food for all their nearest and dearest. I'm sure you will love these traditional South Indian rendezvous' images. Having said that, brace yourself and click on the full gallery.

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
Our marriage was arranged. We found each other's profiles on WhatsApp and requested for additional details. Once our horescopes matched and we knew we could proceed talking, we exchanged numbers. We started talking in Feb, saw each other for the first time on Valentine's Day and quickly after got engaged. We were supposed to get married in May in India, but due to the pandemic, we pushed our wedding to November and got married in the US. Just by talking to each other, we fell in love and after seeing each other, we felt the spark!

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
No proposal story as our wedding was arranged :)

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.
Initally we planned on having the wedding in India, so when we suddenly decided to have it in the US, I had to use Google as my best friend to look up different venues. My older brother suggested we look at the Marigold and after doing so, we fell in love with the venue. For the remaining, we took help from our venue for preferred vendors and finished the search on Instagram!

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
I knew that I always wanted to be traditional, not just in the outfit, but also in the colors. My wedding saree was maroon and gold.

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
Our original wedding was supposed to happen in India, but because of COVID, we decided to get married in the U.S. My father-in-law and mother-in-law and grandparents flew from India to attend the wedding and because we were performing most of the ceremonies at my house, both families spent a lot of time planning the event together and executing it in the same place. We are probably one of the few people who can say we attended each other's pre-wedding ceremonies!

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
After the wedding, our guests came back to us to tell us that they enjoyed the Indian food, social distancing (welcome to COVID weddings!), the live video (all our family who could not make the wedding in India due to COVID), and how traditional our wedding was especially because we were performing the ceremony in the U.S.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
In the Hindu culture, the bride and groom do not see each other on the day of the wedding until the Muhurtham time, ours was at 9:09 AM. At that time the thera between the bride and groom comes down for us to look at each other for the first time. The moment that constantly plays in my mind is when the thera comes down, I could not help but smile and almost tear up imagining that at that moment, I was going to spend the rest of my life with the man in front of me.

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 had a five-day South Indian Hindu ceremony. Day one consisted of me getting my Mehandi done. Day two consisted of getting both Krishna and I ready to become the groom and bride by getting us dressed in wedding clothes after the Mangala Snaanam. Day three consisted of the Krishna performing the Snathakam ceremony and I performing the Ankurarpana ceremony. That evening, we both the families sat across from each other for our Vara Pooja. At last, day four was our wedding! Following our wedding, day five, we ended the happy occasion by performing the Satyanarayana Pooja. All events, aside from our wedding, were done at home due to the COVID situation. We celebrated our wedding with a small intimate gathering of our closest friends and family.

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
All the small details will fall into place by the time of the wedding. Relax and enjoy the wedding day.

Happy Tuesday, Maharanis! More inspiration to come tomorrow.

 
 
 
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Photography: Jayesh Production | Hair & Makeup: Looks by Jassi | Ceremony Venue: The Marigold | Reception Venue: The Marigold | Floral & Decor: Elegant Affairs Inc. | Catering: Chand Palace | Mehndi Artist: Henna by Riddhi | Nails: Four Seasons Nails


Gross Pointe Farms, MI Sikh Wedding by Making the Moment

Maharanis! We are glad to present another wedding dream that I'm sure will inspire every bride and groom! Today's newlyweds, Kitty and Apram put together an authentic Sikh wedding experience, luckily Making the Moment Photography captured all the wedding bliss, traditions and sophisticated details. Showing their famous joyous and vibrant Punjab hospitality, the wedding spree started with a brightly Sangeet at Farmington Hills Manor.  Soon after, these cute pair tied the knot at The War Memorial in a ceremony beyond gorgeous, all perfectly decorated by Weddings by Lama. I was instantly charmed by the dreamy white mandap that looked splendid with the lake view as a backdrop. Just amazing! Both Kitty and Apram opted for the famous Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla as their official designer and mesmerized wearing dazzling pink ensembles. Beauty gurus Hair by Aysha and Makeup By JHobby, finished the bride's look and dolled up Kitty with an impeccable rose bun and glowing makeup. The reception's end result was an elegant affair that gathered the couple's favorite people in an epic party that took place at the Novi Sheraton Hotel. Big shout to one of the best DJ services, DJ Ice & Fresh Productions that provided memorable entertainment all night long. We love the stationery and décor that added a glam vibe to the event. To sum it up, it was a perfect Sikh wedding celebration! Don't forget to click on the full gallery to see more.  

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There is still so much more inspiration in our editorial room! So make sure to come back tomorow for more unique Indian wedding ideas.

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Photography: Making the Moment Photography | Cinematography: Making the Moment Photography | DJ: DJ Ice & Fresh Productions | Baraat: DJ Ice & Fresh Productions | Sangeet Venue: Farmington Hills Manor | Chunni Ceremony / Mayian Venue: Dhaliwal Residence | Ceremony Venue: The War Memorial | Reception Venue: Novi Sheraton Hotel | Floral & Decor (Sangeet/Ceremony): Lama Florist - Weddings by Lama | Floral & Decor (Sangeet): Utsav Planners Inc. | Floral & Decor (Reception): Flowers by Renee | Hair: Hair by Aysha | Makeup: Makeup By JHobby | Catering: Punjab Indian Cuisine | Catering (Reception): Grill of India | Mehndi Artist: Henna by Vaidehi | Bridal Fashion: Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla | Groom Fashion: Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla | Groom Fashion (Reception): Tom Ford | Catering (Chunni Ceremony/Mayian): Wood Fired Up: Brad Lydick


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