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September
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2018
Sneha & Harluxsh

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Q: What’s the #1 thing people should know about your wedding?
A: Our wedding to us isn’t so much a large celebration and series of events (which, of course, logistically speaking it is), but a culmination of our 5 years together and the symbolic start of our new chapter as husband and wife. Harluxsh and I have known since month 1 of dating that we wanted to be together forever, and this wedding to us is a celebration of our love for each other, the combining of two families, and the path to our future. We are most excited to start our lives on this new journey and continue being the fun-loving, spontaneous, goofy couple that we are.

Q: Tell us about the wedding.
A: I got married to my best friend on September 1, 2018 and then again on September 2, 2018. I am a Hindu Bengali and I married a Sikh Punjabi and although neither of us are very religious, we opted to have two full blown, traditional wedding ceremonies to honor both our cultures, religions (and sets of parents, hehe).

Our wedding weekend started off with an outdoor Sangeet at The Dearborn Inn in Dearborn, Michigan. My dad has worked at Ford Motor Company for 30 years and counting, and since this hotel is one that Henry Ford helped build himself, we thought it was the perfect location. My husband and I are both dancers, so we filled our sangeet with performances from family, friends, as well as the professional dance team I am a part of in Chicago (Ameya Performing Arts). I even did a solo performance! The colors were pink, orange, and gold and we made the centerpieces out of black and white lanterns with pink and white flowers.

On Saturday, we had a traditional Sikh Anand Karaj ceremony at the Hidden Falls Gurudwara in Plymouth, Michigan with a full baraat and langar lunch post-wedding. It was beautiful, serene, and an amazing experience for both families. Saturday night, we hosted a “low key turn up” event at the hotel where we rented out a space and danced and drank with our closest friends in families (all while wearing casual clothes and NO HAIR AND MAKEUP! It was the best).

On Sunday, we hosted the Hindu ceremony (following Bengali traditions) back at The Dearborn Inn. Our colors were the traditional red, gold and ivory. Harluxsh’s came in on a classic red Ford Mustang and we had red and orange smoking color guns that made this baraat truly unique and awesome. I wore a typical Bengali benarasi sari designed by Sabyasachi, and Harluxsh (the groom) wore a Sherwani and dhoti set from Manyavar. Our reception followed with an outdoor cocktail hour followed by our formal reception (colors were blush pink and ivory). I wore an off the shoulder two piece gown designed by Payal SInghal and Harluxsh wore a white tux from Suit Supply.

Wedding Team
Dearborn Inn
Wedding Reception Venue
97 Films
Wedding Videographer
Abhinav Mishra
Wedding Dress Designer
Betsey Johnson
Bride's Shoes Designer
Frontier Raas
Wedding Dress Designer
Hair by Aysha
Hairstylist
Makeup by JHobby
Makeup Artist
Manyavar
Groom or Bride Suit Designer
Payal Singhal
Wedding Dress Designer
Sabyasachi
Wedding Dress Designer
Suit Supply
Groom or Bride Suit Designer
Wedding Vibe
September
1
2018
Sneha & Harluxsh

NEXT
VIDEO
NEXT VIDEO  

Q: What’s the #1 thing people should know about your wedding?
A: Our wedding to us isn’t so much a large celebration and series of events (which, of course, logistically speaking it is), but a culmination of our 5 years together and the symbolic start of our new chapter as husband and wife. Harluxsh and I have known since month 1 of dating that we wanted to be together forever, and this wedding to us is a celebration of our love for each other, the combining of two families, and the path to our future. We are most excited to start our lives on this new journey and continue being the fun-loving, spontaneous, goofy couple that we are.

Q: Tell us about the wedding.
A: I got married to my best friend on September 1, 2018 and then again on September 2, 2018. I am a Hindu Bengali and I married a Sikh Punjabi and although neither of us are very religious, we opted to have two full blown, traditional wedding ceremonies to honor both our cultures, religions (and sets of parents, hehe).

Our wedding weekend started off with an outdoor Sangeet at The Dearborn Inn in Dearborn, Michigan. My dad has worked at Ford Motor Company for 30 years and counting, and since this hotel is one that Henry Ford helped build himself, we thought it was the perfect location. My husband and I are both dancers, so we filled our sangeet with performances from family, friends, as well as the professional dance team I am a part of in Chicago (Ameya Performing Arts). I even did a solo performance! The colors were pink, orange, and gold and we made the centerpieces out of black and white lanterns with pink and white flowers.

On Saturday, we had a traditional Sikh Anand Karaj ceremony at the Hidden Falls Gurudwara in Plymouth, Michigan with a full baraat and langar lunch post-wedding. It was beautiful, serene, and an amazing experience for both families. Saturday night, we hosted a “low key turn up” event at the hotel where we rented out a space and danced and drank with our closest friends in families (all while wearing casual clothes and NO HAIR AND MAKEUP! It was the best).

On Sunday, we hosted the Hindu ceremony (following Bengali traditions) back at The Dearborn Inn. Our colors were the traditional red, gold and ivory. Harluxsh’s came in on a classic red Ford Mustang and we had red and orange smoking color guns that made this baraat truly unique and awesome. I wore a typical Bengali benarasi sari designed by Sabyasachi, and Harluxsh (the groom) wore a Sherwani and dhoti set from Manyavar. Our reception followed with an outdoor cocktail hour followed by our formal reception (colors were blush pink and ivory). I wore an off the shoulder two piece gown designed by Payal SInghal and Harluxsh wore a white tux from Suit Supply.

Wedding Team
Dearborn Inn
Wedding Reception Venue
97 Films
Wedding Videographer
Abhinav Mishra
Wedding Dress Designer
Betsey Johnson
Bride's Shoes Designer
Frontier Raas
Wedding Dress Designer
Hair by Aysha
Hairstylist
Makeup by JHobby
Makeup Artist
Manyavar
Groom or Bride Suit Designer
Payal Singhal
Wedding Dress Designer
Sabyasachi
Wedding Dress Designer
Suit Supply
Groom or Bride Suit Designer
Wedding Vibe