What a beautiful day for a beautiful wedding. The started at the Gravesend Gurdwara (Sikh temple) where we met Sand, who looked very handsome, and his family as they gathered to make the bharaat entrance into the temple grounds. In true wedding style Sand made the entrance on a beautiful white horse and as we approached the temple the whole family was dancing away and clapping to the drums and the bagpipes. The entrance was followed by a ‘Milni and Tea’ and the ‘Anand Karaj’. When performing at places of worship we always enjoy paying our respects and like tourists taking pictures of these wonderful buildings: look at this intricately designed dome inside the temple. Sim and Sand looked absolutely stunning together when we met them at the Epsom Racecourse for the ‘Grand Entrance’ into their wedding reception. I was overwhelmed by how energetic the family were in the morning, but I think earlier they were just getting warmed up because the amount of noise the crowd created during the entrance I’m sure the horses were dancing in their stables! The guests were wonderfully entertained by Kamology Discotheque and there is never any doubt they are going to be looked after very well by Bespoke Banqueting who catered for the wedding. Our friends from Shaadi Video were there throughout the day to capture this very enjoyable and beautiful wedding: Congratulations Sim and Sand.
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