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Brampton, Ontario Sikh Wedding by Northern Lights Studios

Ranvir & Gurpreet's wedding ceremony was something else, heartwarming from beginning to end. Of course after such a massive event in one's lives, to celebrate is a must. The Embassy Grand Convention Centre was the host for the night and was looking incredible also thanks to our well-known friends from Xclusive Designs, who were in charge of creating the perfect setting for the event. Guests were up for a treat in all fronts. During the reception, they had a taste of the culinary wonders of Just Temptations. Who wouldn't like to dance after eating one of their delicious cakes? Lucky for them, Frequency Entertainment was getting ready with the sounds that swept everyone out of their feet into the dance floor. So here it is, part two of today's featured wedding and all the magic in the full gallery by Northern Lights Studios!

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Until next time, Maharanis! 

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International
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season
Autumn
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Floral & Decor: Xclusive Designs | Sangeet Venue: Natraj Banquet Hall | Sangeet Venue: Royal Banquet Hall | Ceremony Venue: Dixie Gurdwara | Reception Venue: Embassy Grand Convention Centre | Planning & Design: Exquisite Occasions | Hair & Makeup: Lesonne Bridals | DJ: Frequency Entertainment | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: Frequency Entertainment | Cake & Treats: Just Temptations | Cinematography: Majestic Films | Lighting: BB Blanc | Live Music: Frequency Entertainment | Violinist | Mehndi Artist: Henna By Divya | Photography: Northern Lights Studios | Live food stations and dessert tables: Ontario Golden Chefs


Brampton, Ontario Sikh Wedding by Northern Lights Studios

There is something striking about Sikh weddings. They are surrounded by this mysterious aura that makes the ceremonies and receptions even more beautiful and intriguing. Today, along with the fine fellows of Northern Lights Studios, we bring Ranvir & Gurpreet's series of celebrations. For the main ceremony, our beautiful Maharani wore a dazzling wine lengha with details in golden and beige. On top of that, Lesonne Bridals made magic happen assisting this lovely bride with her hair and makeup. The always amazing and artistic mehndi design was created by the talented Henna By Divya. Our bride was definitely looking flawless, ready to start her new life with the elegant Raja. Gurpreet wore a classic beige and golden sherwani and wine pagri, along with the accessories that made him the prince our bride deserves. Prior to the ceremony, the lovebirds celebrated their Sangeet dancing and having a great time with the families. So, come and join us in the gallery for part one of our next featured wedding! 

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Stay tuned for part two! 

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International
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Autumn
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Floral & Decor: Xclusive Designs | Sangeet Venue: Natraj Banquet Hall | Sangeet Venue: Royal Banquet Hall | Ceremony Venue: Dixie Gurdwara | Reception Venue: Embassy Grand Convention Centre | Planning & Design: Exquisite Occasions | Hair & Makeup: Lesonne Bridals | DJ: Frequency Entertainment | Bollywood Performers & Instructors: Frequency Entertainment | Cake & Treats: Just Temptations | Cinematography: Majestic Films | Lighting: BB Blanc | Live Music: Frequency Entertainment | Violinist | Mehndi Artist: Henna By Divya | Photography: Northern Lights Studios | Live food stations and dessert tables: Ontario Golden Chefs


Mississauga, ON Indian Wedding by Strokes Photography

My heart is exploding with joy as I peruse through the wonderful Indian wedding celebration honoring Maharani Aditi and Pral, captured by the oh so talented, Strokes Photography. The talented décor team brought the gardens of the outdoors in with a gorgeous floral mandap overflowing with pastel garnishment orchestrated by Wedding Décor. I love mandaps that are not overly complicated because I feel it takes away from our Maharani! The bride walked down the petal-filled pathway and has never looked back! The series of lighting draped above the venue made for a romantic effect, designed by Nspire SoundSee some of my favorite images down by and peruse through the gallery for more Indian wedding inspiration!

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Join me tomorrow, Maharanis! 

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Rustic
Romantic
Contemporary
season
Summer
color
Photography: Strokes Photography | Bridal Fashion: Roopkala Mumbai | Cakes & Treats: Piece of Cake by Shivani | Catering: Kailash Parbat | Cinematography: SDE Weddings | DJ: Nspire Sound | Floral and Decor: Wedding Decor | Hair and Makeup: Iris Artistry | Lighting: Nspsire Sound | Live Music: Dholis by Nature | Mehndi: Henna by Ramnik | Planning and Design: SAWC Planners | Groom Fashion: Steel All Male | Transportation: Dholis by Nature | Venue: Mississauga Convention Center


Cancun, Mexico Indian Wedding by AVS Photo & Video

After listening to the sounds of the crashing waves, Mital and Arslan directly headed to the spectacular ballroom that the fabulous team of the Moon Palace Cancun prepared for them and their families! Destawed guided the duo through the journey and bring their vision to life bringing in expert tips that gave, as a result, an extraordinary reception with a glamorous flair and subtle touches of a Gatsby-style party! The groovy led light dance floor twinkled at the rhythm of Frequency Entertainment, while AVS Photo & Video captured the magical memories of the newlyweds. The new Mr. and Mrs. ditched the traditional and picked western outfits for their soiree. Mital showed off an enchanting white lace gown and a romantic updo created by Sana Khalid, Arslan opted for a light grey three-piece tailored suit that made him look like perfect for his bride. Find all the nitty-gritty details of the most beautiful Cancun wedding in our full gallery!

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
My husband and I meet while attending West Virginia University through mutual friends initially we hated each other and over time because friends and then best friends at that point we knew maybe the saying "opposites Attract" couldn't be more true ! Our friendship turned into true love . Life took us on a roller coaster ride we saw life's ups and downs turns and flips over 6 years and we both knew we wouldn't want to be on this rollar coaster called life with anyone else besides each other ! 

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We were living in beautiful Denver Colorado. Arslan secretly bought the ring, and researched places to propose. He ended up choosing Seven Falls in Colorado Springs. He forced me to climb up (seemed like) 200 steps, covered with snow, hovering over the waterfall. Once at the top, we went back down and standing to look off to the fall called "Bridal Falls" he got down on one knee and proposed. Our friends filmed it and people all around the Falls whistled and clapped, it was truly amazing!  

Tell us how you went about planning your wedding, and your overall experience with the Venues, Hair & Makeup, Outfits, Decor Theme, and all of the other important details.
Planning the wedding was a process I had to figure out on my own to be honest . I planned my wedding every detail from the smallest detail like the shoes the brides maids and grooms men were going to wear to the largest detail as the resort it will take place at ! I started off my narrowing down what my husband and I liked and what we both wanted in our wedding this ended up being the start of our save the dates we wanted a Big Fat South Asian Wedding ! Each event had its own twist to it from the welcome party being calm and green to the Sangeet bein full of color and life ! We loved the concept of jodah and Akbar and through our wedding we used piece of that story as an insperation . 

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My bridal lengha was honestly a crazy idea that my designer suruchi Parekh brought to life . I love elephants and the concept of a traditional Indoan motifs with a rich matron colors . She brought my vision to life in my wedding dress ! She also designed all my other outfits for all the events , my husbands and rest of my family's ! 

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part of the planning process was seeing my fiance and my family coming together to work as a team to make me the happiest bride ever.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our guest particularly enjoyed the laid back and relaxing environment as well as the fun, vibrant and upbeat themes of the wedding events.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
A really special moment that replays in my mind is my husbands expressions when we saw all the vents come to gather the decor , lighting , music , food and everything else ! He couldn't believe it ! I will never forget his words he said " A year an a half of seeing you go crazy I see it and it was worth ever second of dealing with your craziness "! 

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Everythibg works out at the end ! Love your wedding day like your last day because these memories will be the most beautiful memories you will have ! 

Have a great Tuesday loves!

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GUIDE
style
Ballroom
International
season
Spring
color
Photography: AVS Photo & Video | Venues: Palace Resorts | Mehndi Artists: Horizon Henna | Cinematography: AVS Photo & Video | Planning & Design: Destawed | Floral & Decor: Euforia Events | Floral & Decor: Thousand Emotions | Hair & Makeup: Sana Khalid | Catering: Curry Omm Harish Parmar | DJ: Frequency Entertainment | Baraat: Frequency entertainment | Bridal Fashions: Suruchi Parakh Couture | Mehndi Artist: Mehndi by Anuja


Cancun, Mexico Indian Wedding by AVS Photo & Video

AVS Photo & Video brings us a beautiful recap of the unforgettable FIVE days of sheer bliss of Mital and Arslan at the wonderful Cancun! Breaking all odds, this charming Muslim Hindu couple planned the perfect Hindu destination wedding at the fabulous Moon Palace Cancun. A vibrant oceanfront setting was prepared for sangeet celebration, a musical and fun night that opened the door for the soul of the events. The romantic wedding ceremony, held under a wonderful carved mandap design, overlooking the Caribbean Sea, Euforia Events and Thousand Emotions worked side by side to create this dreamy setup. Mital went for a maroon velvet lehenga with elephant motifs, filled her hands with the dazzling henna patterns by Horizon Henna and finally crowned her look with a bottle green dupatta. The wedding party also donned grace and style with gorgeous assembles in a similar green shade while Arlsan, the dapper groom shined under the sun with a ravishing brocade golden sherwani. Check out this sweet Indian beach wedding in Cancun in our full gallery!  

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How did you meet your Groom and when did you know he was "the one"?
My husband and I meet while attending West Virginia University through mutual friends initially we hated each other and over time because friends and then best friends at that point we knew maybe the saying "opposites Attract" couldn't be more true ! Our friendship turned into true love . Life took us on a roller coaster ride we saw life's ups and downs turns and flips over 6 years and we both knew we wouldn't want to be on this rollar coaster called life with anyone else besides each other ! 

Share the scoop on your Proposal Story!
We were living in beautiful Denver Colorado. Arslan secretly bought the ring, and researched places to propose. He ended up choosing Seven Falls in Colorado Springs. He forced me to climb up (seemed like) 200 steps, covered with snow, hovering over the waterfall. Once at the top, we went back down and standing to look off to the fall called "Bridal Falls" he got down on one knee and proposed. Our friends filmed it and people all around the Falls whistled and clapped, it was truly amazing!  

Tell us how you went about planning your wedding, and your overall experience with the Venues, Hair & Makeup, Outfits, Decor Theme, and all of the other important details.
Planning the wedding was a process I had to figure out on my own to be honest . I planned my wedding every detail from the smallest detail like the shoes the brides maids and grooms men were going to wear to the largest detail as the resort it will take place at ! I started off my narrowing down what my husband and I liked and what we both wanted in our wedding this ended up being the start of our save the dates we wanted a Big Fat South Asian Wedding ! Each event had its own twist to it from the welcome party being calm and green to the Sangeet bein full of color and life ! We loved the concept of jodah and Akbar and through our wedding we used piece of that story as an insperation . 

How did you select your bridal lengha or wedding dress? Did you have a favorite color in mind?
My bridal lengha was honestly a crazy idea that my designer suruchi Parekh brought to life . I love elephants and the concept of a traditional Indoan motifs with a rich matron colors . She brought my vision to life in my wedding dress ! She also designed all my other outfits for all the events , my husbands and rest of my family's ! 

What was the most enjoyable part of the planning process, and why?
The most enjoyable part of the planning process was seeing my fiance and my family coming together to work as a team to make me the happiest bride ever.

What did your guests particularly love about your Wedding?
Our guest particularly enjoyed the laid back and relaxing environment as well as the fun, vibrant and upbeat themes of the wedding events.

Was there a really special moment in your wedding that constantly replays in your mind?
A really special moment that replays in my mind is my husbands expressions when we saw all the vents come to gather the decor , lighting , music , food and everything else ! He couldn't believe it ! I will never forget his words he said " A year an a half of seeing you go crazy I see it and it was worth ever second of dealing with your craziness "! 

Do you have any words of wisdom for Brides-To-Be?
Everythibg works out at the end ! Love your wedding day like your last day because these memories will be the most beautiful memories you will have ! 

Follow me to the grand finale of this lovely beach nuptials!  

STYLE
GUIDE
style
Beach
Destination
International
season
Spring
color
Photography: AVS Photo & Video | Venues: Palace Resorts | Mehndi Artists: Horizon Henna | Cinematography: AVS Photo & Video | Planning & Design: Destawed | Floral & Decor: Euforia Events | Floral & Decor: Thousand Emotions | Hair & Makeup: Sana Khalid | Catering: Curry Omm Harish Parmar | DJ: Frequency Entertainment | Baraat: Frequency entertainment | Bridal Fashions: Suruchi Parakh Couture | Mehndi Artist: Mehndi by Anuja


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