A glittering red chruridar, emerald and ruby necklace, and royal blue bridesmaids salvaars are just a few of the beautiful things in this Michigan Indian wedding by Everlasting Moments. Expertly coordinated by Blissful Weddings & Events this wedding will really take your breath away. Traditional Maharanis will love that the day started with the bride's churra ceremony and lead into the groom’s Sehra Bandhi. Followed by a Baraat that makes me want to get up and dance, this Detroit beauty is my favorite kind of Indian wedding...one that gets more and more lovely as the day goes on!

From our Maharani Priya :
Saturday, the wedding day, was perfect. The ceremony started with an outdoor baraat procession, and Chirag rode in on a horse and carriage with his sar-bala dressed in his likeness. My sisters jovially made a barrier with their chunnis, not allowing the baraat to pass until their dancing was to their liking! Then came the Jai Mala and the ceremony. The ceremony was a traditional Sikh ceremony. The hall was decorated in red and gold with tons of flowers. The ceremony was completed with a civil component performed by Chirag’s sister Anju. She asked myself and Chirag questions about what we loved about each other, how we met, how we “knew,” and she spun a beautiful story to us and our congregation before formally conducting the exchanging of the vows and the rings.
If you love dessert like I do, you are going to love what we have coming up next!  Back in a bit!