Details, details, details! Before this sweet bride and groom can tie the knot, they've got to slip into their fashionable fits and get styled to the nines! Maharani Reeti opts for a pair of strappy gold kitten heels (love these!) that show off her intricate mehndi designs. With a bright pink pedicure, she is definitely dazzling from head to foot! While our beauty adds the finishing touches to her look, Raja Ankur grabs his kirpan and heads to the ceremony venue dressed in a traditional sehra. If you are as excited as I am to get to the main event, come join me in the gallery to see every pic by Henley Portraiture before the wedding bells chime! 

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From the bride: "My Grandmom wanted me to get married in this one special Gurdwara in Delhi but since she passed away years ago and my whole immediate and extended family moved out of India, we decided to have our wedding in Toronto. But since I wasn't going to do my vows in our special Gurdwara, I decided to have an outdoor Sikh wedding. That gave birth to my summer dream wedding.
The summer theme inspired us to do the decor in pink hues with soft whites everywhere. And when I found my perfect wedding outfit to be in pink as well, I knew it was meant to be :)

[What I enjoyed about the planning process was] the quality time I got to spend with my family and friends.I didn't hire a wedding planner and did everything on my own.The venue hunting was so much fun (at times stressful!) with my fiancee...with outfit hunting with my family to doing the decor with my friends. It was an amazing experience all together!

[For my lengha] I had spent hours researching on what I wanted my wedding lehnga to look like but when I went to Delhi to do my wedding shopping, nothing that the stores had made the cut for me.
After a week on the hunt, I decided to design my own lehnga. Since I was blessed to have family members as fashion designers, it was a dream come true to have a dress designed just for me."

This dream wedding is about to begin! Come right back!

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Photography: Henley Portraiture | Venue: The Royal Ambassador | Cinematography: Shot By Pixel | Floral & Decor: The Perfect Setting | Catering: The Host | Bridal Fashions: LeSonne Bridal | Mehndi Artist: Henna by Shikha |