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Sikh Wedding

Jas and Amrit’s Sikh wedding at Sri Guru Nanak Darbar Gurdwara, Gravesend, Kent and City Pavilion, Essex

Bride and groom posing in gurudwara
We were really honored that we were chosen to document Jas and Amrit’s Sikh wedding at the beautiful Gurdwara (Sikh temple) Sri Guru Nanak Darbar Gurdwara, Gravesend, Kent. We had such an awesome time covering all of their wedding events, that we were sad when it all ended!

You could say both sides of the family are into drink… one being alcoholic and the other being the good white stuff… Milk! Amrit’s family own a dairy in the Midlands and Jas’s family own a mobile bar hire company…so you could say the love of drink bought the two together?!

The wedding itself was HUGE! In terms of number of guests, it was probably the biggest wedding we had covered back in 2012, luckily the venue at the City Pavilion catered for everyone’s needs. Both sides of the family were so welcoming, and we really felt part of the family. The makeup master himself, Dil Matharu made Jas look a million dollars and Amrit looked liked the perfect handsome gentleman. They had such an awesome wedding reception and both were beaming in happiness.

We wish you the world of happiness together Amrit and Jas … the world is your oyster 🙂

We hope everyone enjoys the images as much as we do! We wish we could have posted more images, but we were afraid of everyone getting finger ache from scrolling down the page too much!

ENJOY!

Team Johara

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Pre-wedding Shoot

Jas and Amrit’s pre-wedding shoot at St Katherines Dock, London

Jasdeep and Amrit touching heads

We took the uber cool Jas and Amrit to the picture perfect St Katherines Dock just before they were about to tie the knot. Although the day was so cold, the beautiful couple managed to keep each other warm by snuggling up to each other, we of course took this as the perfect photo opportunities!

Amrit being the perfect gentleman proposed to the gorgeous Jas as a surprise (which we sneakily knew about). Choosing the right place to go down on one knee can be troublesome for any groom, luckily we found a clearing under the beautiful Millennium Bridge, which was lit up so beautifully. The surrounding trees gave them the privacy they needed, which was perfect! We could hardly contain our excitement before he went down on one knee. Luckily Amrit had given us the heads up and gave us a chance to move back, otherwise we’d probably have shouted, “SAY YES, SAY YES!”

These guys make such a beautiful couple, and compliment each other with such ease. We also had a blast covering their big fat Sikh wedding, which we can’t wait to show everybody! Keep tuned to our blog for more Asian wedding photography from this fantastic couple and others…