Hello dolls, can't wait to share with you this colorful Sikh wedding beautifully captured by Catch Motion Studio! During the pre-wedding ceremonies our Indian bride, Sukhman is all smiles as she received an intricate mehndi design created by Adiba & Mala Amin! Bright oranges, lime and hot pink surround the wedding day festivities as our Maharani Sukhman receives the royal treatment with a bold make-up look and an elegant up-do! As the Sikh wedding ceremony begins you can't help, but admire Sukhman drapped in gold jewelry in her brightly orange, lime and hot pink colored salwar kameez. After the traditional wedding ceremony, our newlyweds Sukhman and Shawn are ready for a quick wardrobe change to celebrate their union during their wedding reception. In the meantime, take a look at the full gallery for more images of the wedding ceremony filled with traditions!
Our bride, Sukhman on how she met the man of her dreams:
"My aunt introduced us and by the 4th time we met, I knew it was definitely something special!"
On her wedding style:
"I always wanted to make sure my wedding day colors stood out. Not the traditional red, but something that popped. So I decided I was going to wear bright colors and not just one but three! The party hall after the ceremony was decorated with the same colors as my outfit and it was really amazing! Very colorful and welcoming just the way I imagined! I had a picture in my mind of what my outfit needed to look like that day and a boutique in Pataila, Punjab, India made it happen for me! The outfit and look was perfect for a June wedding day- and my husband loved it. His Sherwani had magenta to match the magenta in my outfit which was perfect. He looked amazing!
The reception day colors were definitely light, airy, and romantic color which was perfect for the evening event! The hall was decorated in touches of gold, white, and pink. It looked beautiful..."
On her bridal fashion:
"I definitely spent a lot of hours online. One particular outfit stood out, it was very colorful and beautiful. However, it was a Lengha. I wanted a salwar Kameez for the wedding day to bring a complete royal Punjabi look. So I picked some colors and embroidery designs and came up with the perfect salwar Kameez for that day!"
Meet back here for the romantic wedding reception!