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Have you ever witnessed the vibrant colors, the soulful music, and the overflowing joy of a Sikh wedding? It's a celebration steeped in rich tradition and deep cultural significance, a beautiful journey that unfolds over several ceremonies, each with its special meaning.

But amidst the whirlwind of emotions and bustling activity, how do you ensure these precious memories stay with you forever? We provide professional Sikh wedding photography and videography services. We document your entire wedding journey, from the pre-wedding festivities to the post-wedding celebrations, ensuring every precious moment becomes a timeless memory.

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Unveiling Your Sikh Wedding Story: A Visual Narrative

We believe your Sikh wedding is more than just a single day. It's a beautiful narrative filled with anticipation, joy, and the coming together of two families. Samir K Photography goes beyond wedding photography and videography to capture the entire story, from the vibrant pre-wedding ceremonies to the heartwarming post-wedding celebrations.



These intimate ceremonies mark the official beginning of the wedding journey. The groom's family visits the bride's home, bearing gifts and sweets. Laughter fills the air as families get acquainted, sharing stories and blessings. We capture the warmth of this initial meeting, documenting the joy of two families coming together.


This five-day celebration bathes the bride and groom in blessings, quite literally!  We document the vibrant application of mehndi (henna) on the bride's hands and feet.  The intricate designs and the festive atmosphere showcase the joyful preparations for the wedding.  We capture the camaraderie between the women as they sing traditional songs and celebrate the upcoming union.

Chooda Ceremony

This emotional ceremony signifies the bride's transition into married life. The bride's maternal relatives gift her a set of red and white bangles (Chooda). We capture the emotional moments as the bride adorns the bangles. This bittersweet tradition acknowledges the joy of starting a new chapter while also honoring the bond with her family.


This electrifying pre-wedding bash is a night of music, dance, and merriment!  We capture the vibrant energy and celebratory mood as families and friends come together. while the lively music and energetic dance performances create an unforgettable atmosphere.


The Arriving Baraat

Get ready for a grand entrance! The groom's family, the Baraat, arrives in a festive procession, often accompanied by energetic dhol beats and spirited dancing. We capture the joyous arrival, showcasing the groom's excitement and the celebratory spirit of the occasion.

Milni (Welcome Ceremony)

Witness the warmth of Punjabi hospitality!  The bride's family welcomes the groom's family with open arms.  We capture the exchange of greetings and blessings (shagun) between families, a heartwarming tradition that strengthens the bond between them.

Anand Karaj (The Sikh Wedding Ceremony)

The heart of the Sikh wedding, the Anand Karaj is a spiritual ceremony held in a Gurdwara (Sikh house of worship). The holy Guru Granth Sahib, the Sikh scripture, is present, and hymns are sung to celebrate the couple's union. We document the sanctity of the ceremony, capturing the solemnity and spiritual significance as the couple takes their vows before the Guru Granth Sahib.

Laavan Pheras (The Sacred Vows)

The couple walks around the Guru Granth Sahib four times, signifying their commitment to each other and their shared journey. We capture the weight of the vows exchanged, the seriousness of their commitment, and the deep connection they share.

Ardas (The Prayer)

The ceremony concludes with a prayer (Ardas) seeking blessings for the couple. We capture the reverence and blessings bestowed upon them, ensuring these moments of spiritual connection are preserved for posterity.


Paani Bharna (The Filling of the Water Pot)

Symbolizing the beginning of a new life, the bride's relatives fill a pot with water. We capture this symbolic tradition, a good wish for a prosperous and happy future for the couple.

Vidai/Doli (The Bride's Departure)

A bittersweet tradition, the bride says goodbye to her family. We capture the emotions of the farewell, the tears of joy and sorrow, and the tender moments between the bride and her loved ones.


The celebrations culminate in a grand reception filled with family, friends, music, and dance. We capture the joy, dancing, and merriment as the couple celebrates their union with their loved ones.

Capturing Your Sikh Wedding Story with Samir K Photography

  • Understanding Your Vision: We take the time to understand your unique traditions and preferences. Your wedding is a reflection of your story, and we ensure our work captures it perfectly.

  • More Than Just Photos & Videos: We go beyond capturing smiles. We capture the emotions, laughter, tears, and everything in between, preserving these precious memories for generations to come.

  • Let Us Be Part of Your Journey: We'd be honored to discuss how we can capture the magic of your Sikh wedding journey and create a timeless visual story you'll cherish forever.

Sikh weddings are a beautiful tapestry woven with tradition, love, and deep meaning. Samir K Photography Capture Photography & Videography promises to create a timeless visual story of your wedding, preserving cherished memories for a lifetime.

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