Glam Punjabi Wedding With an Edgy Bride !
BY Latha Sunadh | 17 Oct, 2016 | 371 views | 2 min read
It takes a bold bride to rock a vampy lip and Remina was just that. With a bride and groom in nude and mint, these guys upped the ante with their edgy style . Photography by Deo Studios was filled with light and lots of love. Plus, we loved the post-wedding portraits to death.
Meet Remina & Bhavjit"Our love story is simple, we met through mutual friends and it just clicked for us from that point on. Bhavjit (groom) lived on the island (Victoria, BC) and I (bride) lived in Vancouver, BC so initially the relationship was somewhat long distance and we didn't actually meet in person until 4 months or so. We dated for about three years and on my birthday a few years ago, Bhavjit surprised me with a trip to New York. It was in New York where he proposed to me and from that point forward we started planning for our future," explains Remina. From The Bride: "For our wedding ceremony we wanted to emulate the 'regal maharaja and maharani' theme. I knew I wasn't the typical red lehenga bride, instead I wanted softer tones to be layered with jewellery. Infact even our families cordinated outfit colors ... with my side being in green. I added a bold lip to add an edge factor to the bridal look and for the reception we went full out glam in a black tie setting" says Remina Vendors: Venue: York Centre Society Gurdwara in Vancouver and Reception at Aria Banquet Hall Decor: Delta Wedding Centre and Party Events in Vancouver Mehendi Artist: Sadia Rajput Bride's Outfits: Wedding outfit by Frontier Raas; Reception outfit by Wellgroomed Inc Groom's Outfits: Wedding outfit by Custom designed from India; Reception outfit by Tom Ford Jewellery: Swarovski Jewelry and Mahindra Jewellers Catering: Dhaliwal Banquet Hall and Catering Makeup Artist:Wedding & Reception by Pink Orchid Studios; Team 1: Harp and Shannon Invitations: Designed and made in India Photography: Deo Studios in Vancouver, BC Videography: Studio 101 Productions in Vancouver, BC