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Pretty Sikh Summer Wedding in Canada

BY Latha Sunadh | 26 May, 2016 | 6763 views | 2 min read

Nothing like a neat fuchsia lehenga to brighten up a dull day like today. Add a beautiful cake, the black board signage and a mysterious lake background - and you have yourself a traditional Sikh wedding in vivid colors.  All of the beauty of this was captured by Dreamz Photography.

Meet Manpreet & Sandeep 

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gallery From The Bride: "Our wedding was in sub zero temperatures,  so choosing to do our outdoor wedding day photo shoot was kind of adventurous! But I knew I wanted the stunning locales that otherwise wouldn't have been possible so I braved the chill in a  traditional fuschia  lehenga with my dupatta wrapped around me I changed into an elegant mint dress for the reception and for the engagement I just wore a simple Benarsi silk  salwar suit with a Phulkari dupatta. Our  wedding was a simple one and we had a fabulous time" explains Manpreet! Vendors: Venue: Mississauga |Decor: Exquisite Designs by Neeta |Reception Cake: Cake For All Occasions|Mehendi Artist: Mehendi by Alisha |Bride's Outfits: Wedding & Reception by Bombay Trendz, Mississauga |Groom's Outfits: Wedding suit by Burberry; Reception by Hugo Boss |Groom |Accessories: Aldo |Jewellery: Karolbagh Jewellers, Brampton |Catering: Wedding catering by Shagun Banquet Hall; Reception catering by Caterina's Place|Makeup: Rav B beauty Concepts|Photography:Dreamz Photography
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