We're diving into the most anticipated event of the day now as we check out the most amazing Sikh wedding ceremony highlights at the Gurdwara Mata Sahib Kaur, brilliantly captured in gorgeous detail by Nadia D. PhotographyDesign House Decor lent the soon-to-be newlyweds their floral and decor expertise once more and transformed the temple's interior into a romantic ceremony setting filled with lavish roses that set the tone just perfectly. As Maharani Sumeet made her entrance and guests got their first look at her in her one-of-a-kind bridal anarkali by Manish Malhotra, heads surely turned and lasting impressions were definitely made. Today's Sikh bride was a vision in red and her groom, Raja Manik, was as handsome as any Prince could be in his gold ensemble. These unforgettable ceremony moments are just some of the remarkable wedding highlights from this multi-day event, and to fully experience it all, you'll have to head into the complete inspiration gallery!

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The bride, on her wedding style:

"So for my wedding I knew the wedding day I wanted to be very traditional- I knew for sure I wanted to wear red and keep it more old school traditional but with a little more glam. The main color themes for the wedding day was to be red and gold."

On what she enjoyed most about planning her dream wedding:

"I think shopping for my outfits in India was a lot of fun (although stressful at times), and then collaborating with the decorator (Azizian from Design House Decor) for each look I wanted. Also just having all my family from India around right before the wedding at home and hanging out and planning everyone else's outfits etc was so much fun!"

On her most memorable wedding moment:

"I know the day the prayers started before my wedding was really significant as my family got emotional, I got emotional and it was the beginning of all the excitement. Another main one for me was watching my WHOLE EXTENDED FAMILY do a family medley performance at my Sangeet. I was so touched to have my whole family contribute to such a big moment in my life, and they all danced so perfectly! It was such a happy and joyful moment. Getting my chura on the morning of the wedding day was just a significant moment for me as it really hit me that it was my wedding, and of course when I first walked into the gurdwara and saw my now husband sitting there waiting for me was probably the happiest moment in my life. He looked so happy to see me and I could not wait to marry him!"

Hope you loved today's featured wedding my friends! We'll see you all back here tomorrow as we unveil another spectacular event!

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Traditional
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Spring
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Photography: Nadia D Photography | Venues: Crest Hollow Country Club | Cinematography: Jose Ortiz Films | Venue (Sangeet): Crest Hollow Country Club | DJs & Entertainment (Sangeet): DJUSA | Bridal Fashion (Sangeet): Tarun Tahiliani | Venue (Ceremony): Gurdwara Mata Sahib Kaur | Hair & Makeup (Ceremony): Brides by Ginni | Mehndi Artist: Mehndi by Madhuri | Bridal Fashion (Ceremony): Manish Malhotra |