This Indian tent wedding was the first-ever Sikh tent wedding at the Sturgeon Gurdwara in Winnipeg. If you haven’t seen PART-1 yet I’d recommend starting there.
With Covid-19 impacting all the weddings this year Kulwant and Raman had to scramble with their planning.
For instance, how do you get more of your loved ones to attend your wedding rather than only 50 people indoors? Well, the members of the Singh Sabha Gurdwara were kind enough to allow for an outdoor wedding on their property.
Therefore allowing up to 100 people, while still following the safety guidelines and having both families separated while sitting with immediate family members.
This tent wedding was beautiful, and Kulwant and Raman couldn’t have done a better job adjusting their original plans. For myself, this is also my first Indian tent wedding because normally were shooting inside of these Gurdwaras. So this was definitely a breath of fresh air, literally. I would absolutely encourage more people to have this option as the light is gorgeous and it doesn’t get too hot as the indoors.
With that said, I think tent weddings will be normal for COVID weddings in the foreseeable future.
COVID weddings have definitely been more intimate and my couples are actually loving them more. For example, how do you get to meet and party with everyone when you have 400-500 people? It would just become overwhelming.
When you have the closest 100-200 people you know at your wedding instead of 500 the experience definitely changes and as I said before in part-1 of this wedding post, the vibe is more of a connected one.
This wedding couldn’t have been made possible with some key vendors. Such as, Sheila with Inspired Elegance Events, who did a great job coordinating this Indian tent wedding.
Also, the venues such as White Tail Meadow and Singh Sabha Gurdwara were awesome in how they adjusted to COVID weddings. Such as setting up tents and keeping it safe for everyone while still being able to celebrate this year.
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