A Breathtaking Sikh Wedding With Dreamy Bridal Looks & Decor
BY Sakshi | 30 Jul, 2020 | 2911 views | 4 min read
Ooh how much we love a dreamy, pretty wedding! And when we come across one, we become a teeny bit obsessed. This wedding was just so lovely, that we just had to feature it! From the bridal looks to the decor to the lovely pastel themed Anand Karaj, everything about it was simply gorgeous! Rabani made for an inspirational bride, and we love the attention to detail to everything- which the couple pulled off without a wedding planner! The photos by Colorblind Production captured the prettiness to perfection!
Meet Rabani & Anmol
"Our families knew each other since long but our cousins ( who are best friends) set us up", says Rabani.
From The Couple:
My wedding is my perfect memory. I wanted an intimate affair with the closest family and friends who I knew were there to celebrate us with all their zeal and energy. It was a surreal how my wedding turned out- from reel to real, each and every detail was exactly how I had imagined my dream wedding to be. We not only celebrated us but we celebrated love, family and our friends who made sure to be a part of each and every ceremony and traditions that were there. It was absolutely picture-perfect for me.
ColorBlind, the most friendly and fun team of photographers. They blended like they were family and part of the crowd. They understand Sikh weddings and rituals so efficaciously, and made the most fun and cute video and captured both sides of the family including friends in the most impeccable manner. The shots by ColorBlind are for keeps and have helped me capture my wedding so beautifully.
Arti Nayar for Wedding, Savleen Manchanda for Mehendi and Mehak Oberoi for Reception. All three were exceptional and super easy to work with. They understood I wanted an understated and a natural look for my functions and without another input from me they achieved it. Super stoked I got the chance to be dolled up by these three for the most special time of my life.
Silhoutte Events- Akriti Anand, Rani Pink and Comme Sogno Vero- Ankiit Malhotra. Credits to them for turning my dream into a reality, for working so effortlessly and patiently over all decor. My family is very detail oriented and the three made sure to implicate and incorporate all our ideas into the wedding decor.
Mehendi- Summer by Priyanka, wedding- Anjul Bhandari and AR by Rhea Kapoor, Reception- Sabyasachi and Youngsters- Abhishek Sharma. Absolute pleasure working with each one of them. They completely let me take control of my outfits- I always wanted to be an understated bride who believes in less is more and with these designers I was able to wear my dream outfits without any trouble. For my Wedding, I chose Anjul because in my head I knew from the beginning that I wanted to wear Chikankari since it was a morning Sikh wedding. Anjul was so easy to work with- who made me my dream wedding outfit. For Mehendi, I wanted something fun and Priyanka loves playing with pop of colours and she happily incorporated my favourite- butterflies on my lehenga.
Vendors: Venue: The Oberoi-Gurgaon, Taj Palace and Pisces Garden Vasant Kunj; Makeup Artists: Arti Nayar Makeup for Wedding, Savleen Manchanda for Mehendi and Mehak Oberoi for Reception; Photographer: Colorblind Production ; Decor: Silhouette Events -Akriti Anand, Rani Pink and Comme Sogno Vero by Ankiit Malhotra ; Bridal Outfits: Summer by Priyanka (Mehendi), Abhishek Sharma Studio (Youngsters), Anjul Bhandari and AR by Rhea Kapoor (Wedding), Sabyasachi Mukherjee (Reception); Mehendi Artist: Srinivasan; Groomwear: raghavendra rathore ; Invitations: Entertainment Design Company and Georgie Clair