Satnam & Harshi had an amazing 4 day wedding celebration full of traditions, food, color, emotions, energy and lots of family. The first day was Harshi’s Maiya and it was quite calm. Satnam’s side also had Maiya the next day. design was made both at Harshi and Satnam’s side. The designs incorporated rangoli (coloured powder), flour and rice. It was done by the relatives.
It was the second day where things got more fired up. It was very, very fun to watch all the surprise performances that were performed by Harshi’s cousins and relatives. Sikh Wedding ceremony took place at Craigieburn Gurdwara Sahib in Melbourne. It was a traditional sikh wedding. The Sikh marriage ceremony is the , or blissful union. Once the ceremony was complete, Satnam and Harshi were whisked away in a beautiful old school Rolls Royce. We headed to Carlton Gardens Melbourne to photograph the wedding portraits.
When we got back to Harshi’s house, the groom and the groomsmen had to pay their way into the house for the official Doli. After leaving from Harshi’s house, Doli was taken to Satnam’s side where his mother and other relatives were waiting for them. Satnam’s mother welcomed them in a traditional Punjabi way. The reception took place at The Peninsula, Docklands in Melbourne the next day. Before arriving at the venue Harshi & Satnam wanted to get some portraits done at The Langham Hotel Melnourne.
Satnam and Harshi, thank you so much for letting me be a part of your big wedding celebration. It was a true honour and a great experience. I really felt like part of your family after 4 days and everyone treated us so well. I couldn’t have asked for better clients with better families than yours. Good luck for your future.