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Real Wedding: Vibrant Colors and Tradition

Sandeep didn’t want to attend the family friend’s wedding, but at the insistence of his mother and sister, he agreed to go.

Now, he’s glad he went. That’s where he first met Jassi, nicknaming her “the girl in the black Sari” and working with his sister to conjure up ways to “bump” into her throughout the wedding. He tried dance moves; he tried being the guy who helped everyone, young and old; and he tried standing next to her at the bar, attempting to strike up a conversation. It all paid off at the end of the night when he boldly went to her table, sat down, and struck up a conversation.

It worked. Sandeep got Jassi’s number, and the rest is history. On June 28, 2014, they married in a colorful Sikh celebration at the Guru Nanak Foundation of America in Silver Spring.

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Vendors

Photography: Photographick Studios

Ceremony Venue: Guru Nanak Foundation of America, Silver Spring

Reception Venue: Scottish Rite Temple of Free Masonry, Washington, DC

Decor: Imperial Decor

DJ: DJ Bikram

Catering: Bombay Bistro