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If you are planning an Indian wedding you know that more than likely, it’s going to be a big affair. Lots of moving parts to pull off the event of a lifetime. According to Fortune magazine the average Indian wedding has 500 guests and while hard data on the size of the Indian wedding industry is not easy to come by the estimates are that it’s a $4 billion to $5 billion business and that is outpacing India’s own industry, which is growing at about 25% to 30% a year.

We have compiled a list of the best-based on reputation, ratings and their wait-list. So call them now and book for yourself so you can rest assured your special day is in the best of hands. These are the Indian wedding pros!

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THE WEDDING PLANNER

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Electric Karma With offices around the world there isn’t an event too big or too small for these genius planners.

 

THE CATERER

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Indaroma. They have mastered the art of Indian food and then mastered Indian Fusion. Featured on Brides.com. Oustanding.

 

THE GOWN

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Dreams Collections The Indian bride’s secret. Tucked away in Artesia, CA and online. Their choices and attention to detail are unrivaled.

 

THE DJ

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All Wright Music Eric somehow manages to keep the party hoppin’ no matter who’s on the dance floor: parents, kids, Easterners or Westerners. A skilled mix master who gets called to travel all over the country- and sometimes abroad.

 

NUMBER5THE PHOTOGRAPHER

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Maloman Studios This guy and his crew is everywhere, and his photography is so amazing we would buy all the photos if we could. He captures all the right moments.

 

NUMBER6THE HENNA ARTIST

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Henna by Divya She’s in Canada but so what!! We can’t stop staring at the incredible artwork she calls henna. Transformational.

 

THE ANIMALS

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So we don’t suggest shipping animals to your destination wedding, so you must rely on your local chamber of commerce. Have elephants, llamas, horses- will marry!

 

Header photo: Atika Studios

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