Manpreet & Ambrish Indian Wedding Photography


Manpreet & Ambrish Indian Wedding Photography

Manpreet & Ambrish’s Indian wedding festivities started with their engagement portraits at the most beautiful autumn setting, California State University, Stanislaus. If you’re familiar with this university you know how immaculate the fall colors look. The engagement shoot went over great. Within moments of starting, the couple was relaxed and the lovely candid moments flowed and they posed with little direction. This beautiful day set the stage for an amazing weekend to come in a few weeks.

The pictures are amazing. You guys really captured the emotion of the day beautifully. Thanks so much!! I have no doubt that JSK has a very successful future ahead.

– Manpreet and Ambrish

Fast forward three weeks later, the wedding day started out with Manpreet getting ready in Madera and Ambrish in Ripon. We were able to spend some time with both loving families as they prepared for the auspicious day ahead. They came together at the Sikh Temple Livingston on Peach Ave. Manpreet adorned her beautiful wedding outfit and M-Stura’s Mitasha and Preeti’s ravishing handy work. Through out the ceremony their smiles gleamed from ear to ear. Which simply made it easy for us to capture some beautiful smiles and moments along with the elegant details; like the delicate mehndi by Neeta Sharma.

The Sikh Indian wedding ceremony went over beautifully so now we arrive at the Assyrian American Civic Club of Turlock and walk into a beautifully decorated hall by the very talented Tammy and the whole team from Ajooba Events. The decor was fabulous, it was modern and contemporary but had the touch of tradition and eastern flare. Yet again, the smiles, the laughter and the joy poured from the happy couple and all the family and friends as they partied the night away to beats put down by DeeJay PDS. All in all, an amazing event and absolutely amazing couple!

Stan State Engagement Portraits

Sikh Wedding Ceremony & Reception

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