Harlyn and Seenu’s five-day wedding included Sikh and South Indian ceremonies at the Beverly Hilton, and a gorgeous reception at the Beverly Hills Hotel. This wicked-smart couple’s achievements are too numerous to list here, but Seenu is working on his third Harvard degree, while Harlyn just entered the Harvard School of Dental Medicine. Their wedding announcement ran in the New York Times, and I recently found out that the NY Times’ wedding announcements section has a lower acceptance rate than Harvard itself. Needless to say, I thought it was really cool that one of my engagement images made it into Harlyn and Seenu’s published announcement. Harlyn was adorably emotional during the churra, the Sikh ceremony and the doli, and everyone could tell how much she loved and would miss her family. Meanwhile, the ever-attentive Seenu ensured that his family had a great time at all the celebrations, and was very patient with my incessant need to take photos. Harlyn and Seenu, and their respective families, were an absolute pleasure to work with throughout the many days of celebration, and I really look forward to hearing great things about this couple in the future.
With gorgeous design, decor and coordination by the lovely Nikki Khan at Exquisite Events, floral artistry by the wonderfully creative Linnae and Jonathan at Asiel Design, custom linens by Young Martin and the team at Wildflower Linens, videography by the ever-cool Steve Dangcil and the team at Vidicam, dance performances by Bollywood Step Dance, and DJ artistry by Ajay and Parag at Kumba. And of course, stylish red wedding shoes by Jimmy Choo.