“Veere End ho Rakheya Bass” – MamKan2016 – A Punjabi Wedding in Patiala

Brides The Groom Wedding
September 13, 2016

Mamdeep loves talking and Kanwal loves listening. There were some challanges for the two to get together. I tried to cheer up Kanwal during her make-up session and she said “Laavan ho ke hi tension uttarni aa bass” (I am only going to be at peace after wedding ceremony) . Mamdeep said the same couple of times. And Boy! Once they entered into holy matrimony, they were on cloud 109!

 

If I have to describe this wedding and its entire experience for me, I would borrow Mamdeep’s all time favourite quote ” Veere End ho rakheya bass!” (This can’t get any better, bro!”)

 

 

 

 

Cheers to one of my favourite couples! <3 <3

 

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