Sona and Vikram took their first steps as a married couple in the presence of the Guru Granth Sahib and the big gathering comprised of all their loved ones. The union was full of love and tender moments as well as many meaningful rituals that Shan Photography brilliantly captured. Our lovebirds also exchanged rings as a symbol of each other’s love devotion in front of the camera. Sigh! The great selection of wedding trousseaus was also reflected in the intricate brocades of the groom’s wedding outfit, which is something any Maharani would be envious of! Vikram paired his elaborate sherwani with a deep maroon safa and red turban that made him look as the quintessential Sikh groom! A big celebration awaited for all the attendees after the ceremony at the Sikh Religious Society where Afrin Designs impressively transformed the reception space to made sure the celebration was the most unforgettable. Let us relive the best of this unique Sikh affair in our full gallery!

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Photography: Shan Photography | Cinematography: Shan Photography | Floral & Decor: Afrin Designs | Ceremony Venue: Sikh Religious Society | Sangeet Venue: Ramada Convention & Banquets | Hair & Makeup: Makeup by Mehwish | Catering: India House | DJ: DJ TwinBeatz |