Tharshini & Dushant's Sweet Pink Sri Lankan Wedding

April 5, 2012 - by Preeti

The bride you are going to see today is beyond adorable. She is a doll! Can you really be more adorable bride than one is a sweet pea pink sari?

Tharshini and Dushant got married a couple years ago in Canada and had a Sri Lankan wedding.

Siva from DIVINEMETHOD Photography, based in Toronto, Canada took these gorgeous photos. Thanks Siva for sharing them.

What a gorgeous and happy couple!

Be sure to visit DIVINEMETHOD Photography's website for more beautiful wedding photos.

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