We are back today with Param and Ronnie’s indian wedding love story.  Yesterday we featured their Christian ceremony and today we are going to featuring shots from their mehndi, sangeet, ceremony and reception.  Talk about a whirlwind four days!  We are swooning over these amazing detail shots brought to us by Shandro Photo.  Check ‘em out:

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From the bride : While planning our wedding my husband and I knew we wanted to have two ceremonies to represent both of our cultures; with both a Sikh and Christian ceremony. We also wanted the ceremonies to be held on different days to fully execute the traditions for a Sikh and Christian Wedding. I had envisioned my wedding to be elegant, classy but also modern and filled with tradition. I knew from the beginning that I did not want to wear the traditional maroon lengha. My mom, aunt, cousin and I flew to India and Philippines to find the perfect bridal outfit that I had envisioned. We found a gorgeous cream colored suit with gold and bronze embroidery that I immediately fell in love with. Born and raised in the Philippines I wanted to incorporate some Filipino details into the Sikh ceremony. Traditionally my brothers and cousins who were to walk me around the Guru Granth Sahib would wear an atchkin; I decided to go with a traditional Filipino dress shirt called a Barong Tagalog. For the reception we wanted both cultures to blend and they did exactly that. My parents danced to socca music for the first time, a popular type of music from Trinidad where my husband is from; while my in laws danced to bhangra music.

Stayed tuned a lot more details from this lovely Indian fusion wedding.