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Payal & Pranjal - Unique Indian Wedding at Somerset Palace New Jersey by Fine Art Production

Fine Art Production is again back with a Big Fat Indian Wedding of the gorgeous couple Payal & Pranjal.

A wedding is one of the biggest things a person will ever experience, and the traditions around this event vary significantly for the world’s different cultures. Here, we celebrate the wedding of Payal and Pranjal @Somerset Palace New Jersey in the Indian way!

Be sure to check out this sneak peak by Fine Art Production!

When we first met

When we met for the first time five years ago, Pranjal didn’t even say hi to me. It wasn’t until a year later that we met again in Atlantic City with friends and our love story began. I still remember what I was wearing to this day: Black leggings, black top, purple blazer and brand new white heels that Pranjal fell head over heels for! (That is why we included the heels in our engagement shoot). After that, he would always flirt with me but I was in denial. After few months of courtships I caved in to his sweet antics and rest is history.

First time I said I love you

Cold Stone Creamery has a signature ice cream that is called “the pie who loved me.” (my nickname is pi). The first time I ever told Pranjal I loved him, I had a very long rough day. I took my anatomy and physiology exam that morning and was on my way back from NYC where I had taken one of my friends and her husband around for their pre-wedding photo shoot. It was a very hot day, I was frustrated with the way the day went, and I realized that all I wanted to do is see Pranjal, even if it was for a few minutes. My house is about 45 mins from NYC and he is about an hour.

I had been thinking about how I would say those 3 very important words to him and I knew that no matter when or where I said it, I had to get him that ice cream. I called Pranjal on my way and told him that I needed to see him. We decided to meet up at the mall that’s between our houses where luckily there was a Cold Stone Creamery. I took him to the store, asked him what he wanted, told him he couldn’t have it, because I wanted “The Pie Who Loved Me.” We sat in the car and before we took our first bite I asked him if he new why I wanted to get this specific ice cream, and that was when I told him.