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A Traditional Sikh Ceremony In A Surprising City

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    This Detroit couple started their wedding day with an outdoor baraat procession. According to the bride, "My sisters jovially made a barrier with their chunnis, not allowing the baraat to pass until their dancing was to their liking!" The couple had a traditional Sikh ceremony with a civil component performed by the bride's sister. She asked the couple such questions as to how they met, what they loved about each other, and when they "knew."

    The hall was decorated in red and gold with tons of flowers everywhere. We love their totally moving (and completely gorgeous!) wedding. Ahead, photos from the happy day.

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