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By Gunjan

Pinterest lovers be warned, today’s wedding will have you pinning every other picture on your “dream wedding” board! Sapan Ahuja Photography takes us to Missouri for the wedding of Anu and Kevin. Documented below were their four festive affairs starting with an intricate mehndi, then garba followed by their Hindu wedding ceremony and reception.

Sapan Ahuja Photography captured each and every detail perfectly making this detailed wedding really come to life. I love how he was able to shoot the bright colors, personalized tidbits and not to mention the impeccable décor! Case-in-point – the gorgeous bridal mehndi flowing down Anu’s arm below!

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Anu is stunning in her white and red traditional wedding lengha with her gorgeous jewelry and long flowing eyelashes!!

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I have to admit I actually gasped when I saw their Hindu ceremony décor. The flowing fabric backdrop with the spherical mandap and flowers outlining the sides and tops were out of a fairytale. Then with the flowers and candles lining the aisle and the patterned runner everything came together so beautifully!

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How cute are the bridesmaids pushing the doli car? Love this shot! To see more check out their photo gallery!

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If you didn’t stare at their tiered patterned perfection of a cake for at least three minutes I beg you to look again- flawless!!

Thank you so much to Sapan Ahuja Photography for sharing this amazing wedding with us and congratulations to the happy couple!


Missouri Indian Wedding Vendors: Photography - Sapan Ahuja Photography / Venue - Hindu Temple & Cultural Center of Kansas City,  Marriott Overland Park / Videography - A&A Videography / Décor - Studio Dan Meiners / Catering - Sudha Patel / Bridal Mehndi - Nipa Chheda Vikmani / Bridal Stylist - Parul Patel, Be Chic Bride, Bawree Mumbai, Panihari Mumbai / Entertainment - Pardeep Singh from DJ Apnasangeet, DJ Jeet Pithadia from Shaadi Entertainment Chicago,  Mumbai Masti / Baraat Elephant - Miller Equipment Company / Cake - Kay Benjamin from Take the Cake KC

By Gunjan

Grandeur, Grace and Style come to mind when viewing Neeta Lulla’s Vintage Elegance Collection. Filled with  regal gold piping, sheer sleeves and embroidery fit for only a queen, this collection took my breath away. With Multi-layered Lenghas, Long Anarkali Gowns and even a sheer bodysuit, these 50s era outfits were nothing short of perfection.

Esha Gupta and Aditi Rao Hyadri supported the designer’s vision and even walked the runway modeling some of the show stopping looks.

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Another fantastic way to have dressy evening shoes sans glitter, bells, ornaments, etc, is by purchasing a sandal that includes some work done right on the fabric. Precision laser-cut patterns add a modern finish to many looks. I love this style of pattern work on clothes, handbags, jewelry, and shoes! Why not wear it for your wedding? I think these bold and edgy shoes are for the right bride who is seeking a style that fits her modern flair. I love the color (a very summery silver) and the back zip closure (so much easier than buckles). Also, how cool will they look with mehendi on the feet and brightly colored toe nails?! The multiple thick straps will allow for a comfortable night of dancing and socializing. Once the wedding is over, pair these hot sandals with a fun mini skirt! PS- did you notice the little floral motif? How playful!




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I’ve been dreaming about the perfect, sleek, sassy, and strappy pair of gold and silver sandals, and I found it!  It’s slender and sophisticated, with the easiest maintenance that I’ve seen in a wedding sandal. I also love the gold (not too shocking) and the equally subtle silver. There’s something really elegant about a simple stiletto heel (this sexy pair is at almost 5” high). I think my favorite part of this sandal is the extra strap in the middle, which allows for additional support, and the zip in the back (so you don’t need to deal with those darn buckles!). Oh also, did you notice there are no bells, whistles, ornaments, glitter, etc? It really is the understated sandal that doesn’t take away the attention of your outfit. Simple is sexy!




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By Gunjan

We’re heading to the Victorian era today with Kavita Bhartia’s latest collection from Amazon India Fashion Week. Drawing inspiration from the monarchy, Bhartia used lace, silk and crepe fabric to give the old world charm to her new era collection. Keeping the color palette mostly nude and pastel, she designed layered a-line dresses fit for daytime into evening.

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