Sarees draping the tent for celebrations at home. Seriously, you can never have too many hanging sarees in my opinion.
A beautiful rangoli pattern to get ready for the celebration. This folk art is lovely and so festive and suppose to bring good luck. Hmm....I should get my kid to draw up some chalk versions on my driveway.
Bride R's lovely wedding bangle set (chura) and henna stained hands. Yes, that is a bowl of milk there...you are apparently suppose to dip bangles into milk before having them put on you by your uncle. Apparently if you keep these bangles on when your a newlywed you are not suppose to do housework. Darn...I suppose 10 years would be a long time to keep wearing them!
The amazing ceremony alter. The green waterfall backdrop was amazing. The weather was picture perfect (amazing considering I thought it would rain in Vancouver). It was a peaceful and beautiful ceremony.
The tent was pretty cool too.
More of the wedding grounds. All we kept doing was taking pictures of ourselves. My kids kept getting tired of me following them around with a camera.
The bride and groom's ride. Not bad for an equestrian horse ranch...yep...that was the venue.
Dancing the night away. All images via me. West coast family we miss the good times already!