Param & Ronnie’s wedding was a great blend of cultures: East Indian and Carribean. It was really cool to see Ronnie’s family experience the Indian ceremonies for the first time, and for Param’s family to dance to soca music at the reception!
The ladies’ sangeet was the first time for a lot of the family members meeting each other. Crazy colours, crazy dancing, and great food.
Param prepared for the wedding with the manya, chura, and mehndi ceremonies.
The Sikh ceremony was first at Gurdwara Nanaskar, one of the most impressive places of worship we’ve been to.
As Param sat down at the front with Ronnie, he mouthed the word “WOW”. I couldn’t agree more – she looked incredible.
The timing was perfect for canola field pictures, and luckily there was a fantastic one right across from the Gurdwara. We stole Param & Ronnie away after the ceremony for these shots.
The always tearful doli. There’s nothing held back at this ceremony. Pure emotion.
Sunshine greeted the newly married couple at Ronnie’s family home.
Next up, the christian ceremony, at the Millwoods Pentecostal assembly. I was so jealous of Param – two amazing outfits, and she got to marry the man she loves twice!
I think you’ll agree that she is hot, hot, hot!
Fun bridal party session. Check out the group shot of the guys – one of Michael’s best I think!
The reception at Meridian Banquet Hall was awesome, and everyone had fun dancing to the blend of music: bhangra, and soca. You could tell who belonged to which family by the type of music that was playing!
The bridal party did a crazy choreographed dance to Jai Ho!
Param & Ronnie: your infections smiles and warm personalities make everyone around you joyful. Your wedding was a beautiful celebration of your love, and we were so happy to be part of it.