Whose the keeno who wanted to get her wedding venue booked right away? Yep that’s me. I mean are you really surprised? This wedding has been secretly being planned in my mind for years and when I got engaged everything changed. My best friend told me this right after she got engaged and it’s true. I always imagined having a big fat Indian wedding but I couldn’t be more wrong…
Today I have the wedding of Cala and Sohail, they are both from Greater Manchester and first met at work. Sohail is Muslim, and Cala is a Muslim convert, she was a Christian. The proposal was a romantic, afternoon tea overlooking Lake windermere at the Fabulous Holbeck Ghyll in the Lakedistrict. The waiter brought Cala’s ring on a tray with rose petals and chocolates. What more could a woman ask for? Diamonds and chocolates together!
We’ve come to the end of this Sikh-Punjabi weddings series with the final part – the Anand Karaj. You can catch up with the first post here and the second post here.
The Wedding Day
Sikh Weddings take place in a Gurudwara, with the couple taking four rounds of the Sikh scripture, Guru Granth Sahib Ji. Upon the fourth round, their blessed union is complete. But some cultural practices are still observed in the faith-based ceremony.
Today I have the wedding of Shervin and Jeremy, they got married at Omni Houston Galleria Hotel on 22nd April 2017. Jeremy is originally from St. Louis, MO and Shervin Taheran is originally from Houston, TX. Jeremy is from a predominantly Catholic family and Shervin is from a mixed-religion – Islam and nondenominational Iranian family.
Today I have the engagement shoot of Linda and Steven who are both half Chinese and half Vietnamese. They met through mutual friends in Birmingham in 2010 at a karaoke place. As the mutual was also dating Stevens friend, and from there they just clicked as it felt like they had known each other for ages.