HarpinderRavneet – Paatraan Sangrur Wedding

Brides The Groom Wedding
June 1, 2016

Harpinder called me 3 days before wedding with a special request, to shoot his wedding. Fortunately, I was shooting in Patiala only and it became possible. I must admit , it was one of my best experiences ever!

 

People were amazing. Aman, Harpinder’s sister, and all of the friends were such cool people. Here is the photo story for the day…

 

Aman sees his brother as Groom and is delighted.

Some interesting company Harpinder has for rest of the day.

and some more interesting company.

Some curious on-lookers gathered to see the baraat.

Bride waiting for the Baraat to come.

Guys take hold of the negotiations-and-perks ministry 😀

Inspection team doing duties responsibly.

Pagga’n wale munde.

One story. Two sides.

 

and its a wrap 🙂

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