It's down to sunny Southern California for today's splendid Sikh wedding, featuring a simply stunning Indian bride that is sure to make you smile. This Maharani got ready for her big day with the expert help of Beautified by Daisy and Sonia Sandhu — hair and makeup mavens. Hinal's Beauty Studio did some beautiful mehndi work on our bride, from her hands to her feet — completing her wedding day look with the most perfect henna creations. Once our bride was camera-ready, she met up with Harvard Photography for some portraits with her bridesmaids, who were looking lovely in their deep purple dresses with lace detail. Soon after, it was time for this lucky gal to reveal her wedding day look to her husband-to-be during their first look session. We'll take an exclusive look into this bride's reception next, but before we can get to that, you'll need to check out some of the baraat and ceremony details. The groom arrives on horseback, courtesy of Enchanted Carriages, to the Khalsa Care Foundation — where these two lovebirds exchange I dos. Check it all out in the gallery!

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I'll be back before you can say bridal bangles three times, so stick around!

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Traditional
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Winter
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Baraat: Enchanted Carriages | Mehndi Artists: Hinal's Beauty Studio | Photography: Harvard Photography | Ceremony Venue: Khalsa Care Foundation | Reception Venue: Hyatt Westlake | Floral & Decor: CMC Event Rentals | Cakes & Treats: Sugar Lab | Catering: Manohar's Delhi Palace | DJs & Entertainment/Lighting: Sound NationHair & Makeup: Sonia Sandhu |