Everlasting Moments does an awesome job of taking these amazing outdoor portraits of the adorable couple prior to their big day! The bride looks lovely in her lengha and her groom looks handsome in his sherwani. Then, the couple heads off to the Gurdwara Sahib-Hidden Falls in Michigan for their nuptials. We see the Maharaja at the baraat riding in on a horse to meet his Maharani. These two look perfect together as man and wife. See more of the ceremony in the gallery!

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From the bride, on the wedding style:

"My style is very classic. I envisioned a romantic palette with soft ivories, blushes and gold. I love flowers so I wanted to make sure I had lots of beautiful florals! I feel that Indian outfits are so colorful, so a softer palette of lighter hues would really make the outfits stand out-I opted for a gold gown myself for the reception!"

On the planning process:

"I really enjoyed the bonding experience of involving my family with the planning and having wedding coordinators was the best decision I made-they helped to make the process manageable and fun for me."

On the lenghas:

"I went to India to do my wedding shopping. My mom is from Pataila, a city in Punjab known for their bridal lenghas; however, I ended up buying all my wedding outfits in Delhi! My wedding lengha I found at a small boutique in Delhi and it just caught my eye from the beginning, I especially liked the subtly contrasting dupatta in a shade of orange against the pink lengha. My reception gown was also from Delhi-I went to Frontier Raas and fell in love with the gowns. I found this one and loved it and had them incorporate some details from some of their heavier, more extravagant runway gowns which I tried on."

On a special moment:

"I was lucky enough to have a perfectly smooth wedding day and thanks to my coordinators, my husband and I were able to enjoy some alone time. We were tucked away in a bridal suite at the reception venue while the cocktail hour was going on with some appetizers and champagane and we were able to sink in the events of the day and really enjoy each other's company."

Reception decor images are next!

Ceremony Venue: Gurdwara Sahib-Hidden Falls | Reception Venue: Shenandoah Country Club | Photography / Cinematogrpahy: Everlasting Moments | Mehndi Artists: Mehendiart | Hair & Makeup: Tammy Pore Makeup | Floral & Decor: Bellisario Florist | Lighting: Mercury Sound & Lighting | Catering: Royal India Cuisine | Cakes & Treats: Fun With Frosting | DJ: DJ Umesh