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        Jasmeen & Rich | Beautiful Sikh Wedding | Venue 92

        The Beautiful Sikh Wedding

        I knew Jasmeen from an old job of mine and I met Rich at their engagement shoot. The chemistry was so apparent, and I enjoyed working with them both times. Here’s a link to more engagement photos of mine. Anyways, they had a beautiful Sikh wedding at the wonderful Venue 92 in Woodstock. The groom rode in on a horse early in the morning. Then all the guests were outside to welcome and celebrate his arrival. There was a plethora of rituals that accompany any Sikh wedding. Jasmeen had gorgeous mehndi all over. It was an all day celebration that was as ornate as it was exhilarating but more on that later.

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        Double the Outfits

        The couple had two they switched between halfway through the day. There’s a Sikh tradition called Sadaa Suhagan where the bride changes into a new outfit and jewelry gifted to her by the groom’s family. Both of the outfits were incredible. Their beautiful Sikh wedding was simply striking. They looked stunning from beginning to end.

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        Traditional Sikh Bride Details

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        Dance Till Dawn

        I cannot remember another wedding last year that partied as hard as these guys did. There were two dancing areas with two DJ booths and I’m not making that up. The first dances were tearful and beautiful. After those were done it was hours of dancing and the stamina of all the guests was astounding. The music changed from Indian to modern and back again all night. Everyone was so into it and the dance floor was never empty. It was so cold because it was late November, but nobody seemed to mind at all. They had a sparkler exit at midnight and there were still guests dancing up until that point. Finally they left in a gorgeous Rolls-Royce. It was such a classy end to the night.

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        October 30, 2017