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By Gunjan

We’re heading to the land of luxury, opulence and color like you’ve never seen for today’s Sikh Indian Wedding photographed by Rohan Mishra Photography. Harneet and Kunal celebrated their union with a multi day extravaganza at the Hotel Diggi Palace in Jaipur. Kicking off their celebrations was a mehndi/sangeet celebration. I absolutely love how the bride went a little tropical and instead of doing a neutral nail she had a huge pop of color against her dark mehndi!

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The first night of celebrations included a formal elegant setting outside. Bow tie wrapped chairs, glassware galore and tuxedos everywhere you looked created the perfect classy ring ceremony attire.

These next set of images that Rohan Mishra Photography captured is where I really started to turn green with envy. The pops of colors, flowers, pillows and scenery that was set for the Vatna ceremony was absolutely jaw dropping. Kudos to Rohan Mishra Photography for bringing these stills to life!

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Make sure to visit our photo gallery to see all of the outdoor eye candy from today’s wedding!

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The bride and groom were able to have so many outfit changes throughout their celebrations I am not sure which one is my favorite! I do love how Kunal really took advantage of his surroundings and chose to wear pops of orange for his Anand Karaj ceremony. He looks so handsome and matches Harneet’s beautiful Salwar Kameez perfectly!

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That’s it for today! Thank you so much to Rohan Mishra Photography for submitting Harneet and Kunal’s wedding!

To see more images from today’s wedding make sure to visit our photo gallery!


Jaipur Indian Wedding Vendors: Photography- Rohan Mishra Photography / Venue - Hotel Diggi Palace / Makeup - Jasmeet Kapany / Décor - Makkar Tent House

I am the queen of purchasing uncomfortable shoes- as long as they’re pretty. I have this silly notion that shoes can only be considered cute if they are sky high and super sexy. My theory has officially moved on, as I am now a believer that wedges can actually be cute and functional! I recently wore a pair of comfy metallic wedges under a saree. I discovered: 1) that I could dance the night away; 2) I left the party smiling. Here are some functional, sassy, and sophisticated wedges that you can wear to a fabulous Indian wedding, too!


Here’s a classic pair (that comes in a plethora of colors) that will give you 2 1/2 inches of height and it’s under $100! Relaxxin Peep Toe Wedge



Betsey Johnson’s Blue Darci wedge is fun and flirty with the glitter and the ankle strap. Perfect for a bride who loves a little bling!



Touch Ups Jazz Gold wedges is perfect for a bride who needs just a little height and doesn’t mind the bling! I personally like the slip-on elastic band- makes it easy to slide on and off without buckling.



Here’s a sparkly number that will glitter under any lengha or saree! Rampage Candelas T-Strap wedges


This Jimmy Choo glitter wedge is crafted in Italy and an excellent investment for the bride who craves couture!



And finally, these Rene Caovilla Crystal wedges are pure perfection for the Indian bride who wants to incorporate suede, satin, and some Strass crystals in her shoes. It’s a great splurge at $1,320, but at 4 1/2 inches and a double strap, it might make you feel priceless!

So fashionistas- to wedge or not to wedge? Tell us what you think!

By Gunjan

I am sure by now you have all seen the video that is sweeping social media by storm of one very handsome and talented groom serenading his beautiful wife on their wedding day – but if you haven’t, we’re featuring it today! Now I am not a very sentimental person by nature but I have to admit when I first watched this I had goosebumps everywhere and it only got worse as the camera panned in on the couple’s facial expressions!

It took the groom only six short weeks and some inspiration from his mother-in-law and bride to choose and learn the words to the popular Tum Hi Ho song from Aashiqui 2. Watch the video … but maybe grab some tissues first!

After the video went viral and pretty much exploded the couple decided to keep the fun going by starting their own #ShowYourLove movement! To find out how you can get involved and show someone you love how much you appreciate them watch below!

By Gunjan

Future Indian brides take note because today’s post is for you. We’re featuring a gorgeous bridal shoot photographed by Mohit Dasaur from Impressions Photography. The model was styled in a whimsical green, pink and gold foiled lehnga and was dripping in stunning accessories. From the pearl strung headgear, hooped nose ring and matching necklace, Waves Fashion dressed the bride perfectly.

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One thing that pops out in every single photo is the model’s stunning green eyes. Hamana’s Artistry masterfully applied her makeup in such a way that her eyes were accentuated even more. I love her precisely arched eyebrows coupled with the subtle green and shimmery eyeshadow.

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I adore how photographer Impressions Photography took this traditional Indian bride and was able to photograph her beautifully in an outdoorsy setting. Every single shot is crisp, clean and laid out flawlessly! Start pinning your favorites, brides!

By Gunjan

When I was sizing up Kate Aspen I was so giddy over their gorgeous tablescapes, colorful favors and beautiful boxes that I just wanted to fill my house with all things Kate Aspen. Their expansive collections of originally designed chic favors and décor reflect what you love to give and help you share the joy of any celebration. Kate Aspen’s new Indian Jewel collection is no exception!

This assortment of stunning jewel tone favors and décor is perfect for celebrating an Indian wedding. Featuring henna-inspired patterns and elegant elephant icons in a jewel tone color scheme that features gold, ruby red and amethyst, these modern Indian wedding décor pieces are inspired by timeless traditional style.

Don’t forget to scroll down for your chance to win $75 to spend on accessories for your wedding!


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From romantic glowing lanterns and votives to unique elephant wedding favors, there are so many ways to incorporate this chic collection into your wedding celebration!

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Personalized wedding details make a big impact! Personalized stemless wine glasses and champagne flutes are practical favors that guests can use during the wedding and then take home to keep. Or show guests to their seats with adorable elephant place card holders that are personalized with their names.

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Why not use your wedding favors to complement the décor! Setting favors at each place setting enhances the theme and overall look. Set a favor box by each plate and place silverware in a bright sapphire favor bag for an eye-catching display!

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Ready to start planning? Shop the entire Indian Jewel collection here. Want more inspiration? Visit the Kate Aspen Blog for tips and tricks for pulling this look together.

And exclusively for Indian Wedding Site readers, enter to win $75 to spend on Kate Aspen décor in this Rafflecopter giveaway!

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