Pretty in Pink is what I am naming this lovely Sikh wedding by Sunny Images. The bride's cupid pink lengha seems to be the perfect shade for a wedding filled with love. Make sure that you check out their gold, filigree bench, and if you are a wedding sap like me you must  read the Maharani's story below.  These two have a love story that will make your heart melt!

From our Maharani, Simer :
Raj and I met 6 years ago while we were in college. We have been through our ups and downs in the past 6 years but we've stood by each other in our thick and thin. We became good friends, then best friends and then we decided that we want to spend the rest of our lives together. Our families are both in India so we wanted them to meet and understand each other as well, as we think that marriage is not a bond between 2 individuals its a lifetime commitment that 2 families are ready to make.
Our parents decision mattered a lot to us so we wanted them to be happy with our decision. Also, we wanted to be settled in our careers before we could go ahead an tie the knot and also I ( Simer) was working in Colorado and Raj was working in New Jersey.
When we decided we want to get married, I moved from Colorado to New Jersey in Jan, 2011. We started preparing for our wedding in April and tied the knot in a traditional Sikh wedding in Bridgewater, New Jersey on Sept 17th, 2011.
Our wedding was a 2 day event. On Sept 16th, 2011 we had a formal Engagement ceremony which was attended by close family and friends, and it was followed by Sangeet. The Engagement and Sangeet took place in New Brunswick, NJ at the very beautiful "The Heldrich", and was made a fun filled evening by DJ Shilpa who catered to all our requests. Since we wanted this event to be a traditional Punjabi event we had some traditional "Shagan de Geet" played throughout the ceremony, followed by Bolis and dhol from Dhol Master Madan Maddi. Later DJ Shilpa played some phenomenal music which kept our guests on their toes and on the dance floor. 
Sept 17th, 2011 (OUR WEDDING DAY) was very nerve racking. The day started off at 4:30am for me when Munira Mehta knocked on the door to make me look gorgeous on the most important day of my life. She did an amazing job. The bridal party then left for the Bridgewater Gurudwara which was serene and beautful. The gurudwara was beautifully decorated by roses and calla lillies by Howie from Anderson Flowers. The ceremony was really beautiful which was followed by Lunch at the "Bridgewater Manor". We wanted to follow the same theme of White and Pink, so the centerpieces also were made of the same kind of flowers which were in the Gurudwara. 
Reception on the way!