Lin & Jirsa Photography is tickling our hearts with a look at some of the highlights they captured from Alannah and Neal's outdoor ceremony and their stunning reception at The Richard Nixon Library! Following their Sikh event, where we saw Raja Neal ride in on a horse from Enchanted Carriages for his baraat, the happy couple swapped their Indian wedding wears for some western looks. Maharani Alannah was lovely as can be in her white wedding gown, her hair and makeup by Dolled up by Lulu looking fabulously flawless! The bridal party were pretty in pink saris, and picture perfect thanks to mehndi artist Hinal's Beauty Studio, who flexed her own MUA credentials and left the bride's gal pals ever so glamorous! After swapping their second set of I dos, Alannah and Neal celebrated their newly-minted union with a reception they'd never forget! Bridal and Event Lounge was on hand to provide the evening's elegant decor, and Irises Designs delivered beautiful floral work! The newlyweds called on Robles Video Productions to help them remember their special day with a wedding film, and we guarantee they came away with some breathtaking footage! For more photos from this Southern California celebration, head into the complete gallery!

Meet us back here tomorrow for another absolutely fabulous South Asian wedding!

Cinematography: Robles Video Productions | Hair & Makeup: Dolled up by Lulu | Venues: The Richard Nixon Library | Rentals: Bridal and Event Lounge | Baraat: Enchanted Carriages | Mehndi Artists: Hinal's Beauty Studio | Photography: Lin & Jirsa Photography | Planning: Lana Meadows Events | Catering (Ceremony): Peacock Garden | Catering (Reception): White House Catering | Catering (Reception): Mantra Catering | DJ: Sandeep Kumar | MC: Raman Gulati | Live Musician: Christopher Castagne | Dance Troupe: Haseen Dance Company | Floral Design: Irises Designs | Sari Draper: Rupal Shah | Lighting: 3D Sounds | Hair & Makeup (Bridesmaids): Hinal's Beauty Studio | Rentals: Create A Party Rentals | Transportation: In style Transportation | Officiant: Stephanie Ford | Dhol Player: Malinder Tooray of Dhol Nation