Reception . Mumbai-Ambala connection. Sikh Wedding in Haryana.

Brides Reception The Groom
December 8, 2015

Concluding events from the Mumbai-Ambala connection and commencement of amazing journey for these two beautiful people. Everyone was pretty tired by the end of day but eyes still sparkled with love and joy. Guest performance stole the show. Lets look at the photo-story. 

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