“Love is life. And if you miss love, you miss life.” Leo Buscaglia
Last week Keith had the good fortune of photographing an absolutely lovely couple. The day was glorious. A Sikh wedding ceremony in the morning followed by a Jewish wedding ceremony in the afternoon. An eventful day dedicated to colorful tradition, love and marriage.
To wed is defined as becoming united in a formal ceremony. When you unite two religions, the end result is a day steeped in traditions accompanied by lots of love.
The Sikh marriage ceremony was performed at the Gurdwara – the Sikh Temple in Glendale. From the lively Baraat, the groom’s wedding procession to the colorful bride’s Chunni to the groom’s Sehra – exciting Indian wedding rituals that together paint such a joyous and festive wedding story.
Two lovely families joined together through love and tradition. A blissful union.
Coordinator: Amina Michele of Some Like it Classic Wedding and Event Design
(Stay tuned for part 2, the Jewish wedding ceremony at The Phoenix Art Museum)