After Maharani Harman got beautified for her Indian ceremony, it was time for the baraat to make their big debut at the Sikh place of worship, the Dashmesh Darbar. It is not often that a Gurdwara is dressed up for Sikh weddings as the ceremony venue itself is outfitted with royalty like elements. The Dashmesh Darbar took a page from the inspiration behind the Taj Mahal with decor to match. The bride walked down the aisle, with queen like radiance. After the ceremony, the wedding party took it outdoors for a fun photo shoot with Randy Hansra. The series of events was planned to perfection by Exquisite Occasions, so, head into the gallery for a treasure cove of pics to be treasured forever!

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Next stop is the reception party where this Maharani chose to flaunt two out of this world dresses! See you in a jiffy!

DJ: Empire Entertainment | Planning & Design: Exquisite Occasions | Baraat: Eminence Entertainment | Cakes & Treats: Cakery101 | Cinematographer: Dream Productions | Floral & Décor: Lux Décors | Hair & Makeup: Lesonne Bridals Inc. - Verma Ruchika | Hair & Makeup (Pre-Events): Honey Beauty Lounge | Photographer: Randy Hansra | Rentals (Bartending): Bartendo | Venue (Ceremony): Dashmesh Darbar | Venue (Reception): Apollo Convention Centre