We've had more glamour than we could dream of with the magnificent Sikh wedding A Panache Affair planned today, but things are about to get even more glamorous at the reception! The newlyweds chose the Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City as the venue for their Old Hollywood-themed celebration; Kismet Event Design used breathtaking black, white and gold decorations to bring the drama and flair of the theme to the party! Every moment of the event was exciting, with multiple performances and expert song selections by the DJ from Wicked Entertainment!  With a gorgeous wedding cake by Bella Donna Special Events and fantastic catering from Manohar's Delhi Palace, the perfection was complete! We hope that we can bring you Robles Video Productions's video of this incredible wedding soon, but for now you can see every magical moment Lin & Jirsa Photography captured in the full gallery!

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Maharani Natasha on her hair and makeup looks:

"I had a rough idea of what I wanted for hair and makeup. I am very into glam so for me I was open to more dramatic looks and I was so happy with the different looks my hair and makeup artist was able to achieve. The best thing a bride can do is to have a trial with your hair and makeup artist beforehand in order to know what you do and do not like. That is the time to figure out what works and what does not or what changes you would like to see. That way on the big day you have a much more clear understanding of what to expect and you can focus your energy on the excitement of your big day!"

On how her family made the wedding special:

"The amazing thing about having a large Indian wedding is that although the immediate family really feels the pressure of making sure all the guests are enjoying themselves it is a rare event that shows how much your family truly loves you. Both Sunny and I were overwhelmed by how much our families did for us throughout all the events."

We hope you had as much fun at today's sensational Sikh wedding as we did! Have a marvelous weekend, Maharanis! We'll be back on Monday for more Indian wedding magic, but make sure to say hello to our newest Platinum Guide members before you go!:

Patricia's Wedding Cakes
Smiling Toad Productions LLC
Noor Imaging
Twin City Quarter
Hyatt Regency Westlake
Ms Painted Lady
Event Envy Decor & Event Planning
Thuy Pham Photography
Mood Republic Studios

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Cinematography: Robles Video Productions | Hair & Makeup: Dolled up by Lulu | Floral & Decor: Kismet Event Design | Photography: Lin & Jirsa Photography | Venue (Ceremony): Hilton Glendale | Venue (Sangeet): Brandview Ballroom | Venue (Reception): Hilton Los Angeles/Universal City | Cakes & Treats: Bella Donna Special Events | Catering: Manohar's Delhi Palace | DJ: Wicked Entertainment | Planning & Design: A Panache Affair | Hair & Makeup (Bride): Beauty By Linda Chiriac | Mehndi: Henna by Sheetal |