The Indian culture is steeped with culture and traditions and it is no surprise that when you hail from two different Indian backgrounds, celebrating both is a must. After all, what bride wouldn’t want two gorgeous weddings? For their Sikh wedding, it was only natural that Kiran bring his bustling baraat complete with a horse from Country Wagon Carriages to the Vedic Cultural Center. One of my favorite captures from Alante Photography is the bride actually getting to witness her new beau’s entrance. Sikh Priest Dr. Freedom Singh and Leela performed the auspicious ceremony. The bride was a natural stunner and changed outfits for her second ceremony. The second reveal was a more elaborate bridal lengha outfitted with heavy embroidery stone work and zardosi stones. I am sucker for a navy blue lengha and this bride executed the look flawlessly. The ceremony was performed under a romantic flower laden mandap designed by Rented Elegance & Design. If you are in search for more pics, head into the gallery where the images by Alante Photography awaits you!

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One last stop for the reception is coming right up! See you then!

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Baraat: Country Wagon Carriages | Floral & Decor: Rented Elegance & Design | Cakes & Treats: Four Seasons Hotel Seattle | Catering: Four Seasons Hotel Seattle | Cinematographer: Bogle Productions | Draping & Styling (Turban Tying): My Turban Swag | Favors (Donations): Seattle Humane Society | Hair & Makeup: Salon Maison | Lighting: Crimson Haze | Photo Booth: Sequin PhotoBooth | Photographer: Alante Photography | Planning & Design: Weddings With Wendy | Sikh Priest: Dr. Freedom Singh and Leela | Venue (Hindu Ceremony): Vedic Cultural Center | Venue: Four Seasons Hotel Seattle |