Hello beautiful Maharanis! I hope you are ready for this international Indian wedding, because we are travelling all the way to Singapore for today's feature! This wonderful Sikh wedding touches my heart because it is an example of how a modest budget can stretch a loooong way with the participation of helpful and willing family members. For our first post, Renatus Photography + Videography introduces us to Maharani Simran during her bangle ceremony. I love her playful peacock tikka, as well as her pale yellow eye shadow and bright pink lipstick -- so colorful!
This family affair was especially eventful, as it is the first wedding for the clan in almost two decades! Read Maharani Simran's own words on how her loved ones helped throw this beautiful Sikh wedding together...






More from Maharani Simran: "Our wedding was all about family! We didn't need a fancy destination or anything of the like. Everyone got to do their bit, be it a performance, a hand made jago, decorations at home, mehendi for the entire family by a close friend. My 70-year-old grandmother actually cooked lunch for close to 50 guests for my oil ceremony the night before almost single handedly. My wedding was the first in the family in 18 years, so everyone wanted to get involved, and the joy on their faces was priceless when it finally happened and everything was perfect on the big day.
If you think she looks lovely now, check out how beautiful she looks on her wedding day -- it's coming right up!

Mehndi Artists: Divine Beauty Creations | Cinematography: Renatus Photography + Videography | Hair & Makeup: Sarah Chaudhry