For their Sikh ceremony, this pair of sweethearts heads indoors to The Langham Huntington for a traditional event filled with friends and family. (BTW, I am seriously obsessed with that tangerine and teal lengha; it is breathtaking!) Before long, our darling duo is exchanging rings (and smiles!) while Lin and Jirsa Photography keeps the cameras rolling. And soon enough, Maharani Jessica is beaming from her doli, looking like a Bollywood dream. When it's time for portraits, these newlyweds pose in the California sunshine. What a spectacular day! Come find me in the gallery, lovelies! 

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From the bride: "Our wedding style was unique. We wanted to do something very different, while incorporating both of our religions and family traditions. We started off by researching photographer's blogs to see which colors other people had used at their weddings. We wanted one ceremony to be whimsical, while the other to be a bit more serious. And we wanted the reception to be very luxe!"

Sounds amazing! I can't wait! The reception is up next! 

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Mehndi Artists: Hinal's Beauty Studio | Venues: Marriott Warner Center Woodland Hills | Photography: Lin and Jirsa Photography | Cinematography: Lin and Jirsa Photography | Ceremony and Reception Venue: The Langham Huntington | Planning & Design: Exquisite Events | Floral & Decor: Shirvan Designs | Catering: The Langham Huntington | Hair & Makeup: Alice Makeup Land |