Peach & Pink Sikh Wedding at Viaggio Winery {California}

2018 Apr 9 - by Preeti
Amritha & Adam #halpergotdhatt got married at the picturesque Viaggio Winery near Lodi. Their Sikh wedding featured delicate blooms of pink and white roses for the jai malas and the gurdwara mandap in draped peach fabrics with a floral arch wall.

Bride Amritha wore a silk embroidered lehengha with flowers. She complemented them with triple strand kaleeras! Groom Adam wore a classic white sherwani.

The wedding was full of fun and games. After the Sikh wedding, #halpergotdhatt celebrated with a non-denominational American vow ceremony - Amritha wearing a lace scalloped white wedding gown and Adam in a dapper wine tuxedo. In a beautiful gesture, Amritha's brother ordained the ceremony.

ArmaanDBG designed the white wedding gown as well as the bridal lehenga. The gown was a lace cream gown fully embellished with pearls and crystals. I can personally say this is one of my most favorite gowns I have seen on a bride.

And this photo. <3 This is why Indian weddings are Because brides know how to have a great time.

When it came to the reception, table decor featured different centerpieces including peacocks, succulents and dripping flowers. The table numbers related to different places in the couple's life. We loved their custom idea!

Pulling the planning and design together was none other than Anais Events, a BF Red Book member. Photographing the wedding was done by the talented crew at MP Singh Photography.

Thank you so much for sharing this California Sikh double wedding!

{Wedding Credits}

Photography: MP Singh Photography // Cinema: Film Twist Productions // Planning & Design : Anais Events // Stationery: Shaadi Papery // Venue: Viaggio Winery // Tent & Rentals: Celebrations Party Rentals // Catering: India Oven // Music: Wicked Entertainment // Dance: UC Davis Bhangra // Cake: Tiffany at Fizz Bakery // Makeup & Hair: Eyebrow Threading by Preet | Royal Blush Studio // Bride's attire: ArmaanDBG. // Bridal henna: Merisakhi Creations // Baraat vehicle: family's own vintage car