The Sikh wedding ceremony is known as “Anand Karaj” which means ‘Blissful Union”. The Sikh marriage is a very colorful and unique ceremony in which two individuals are joined in a partnership of two equals. The couple will marry in front of the Guru Granth Sahib while the guests gather around the couple, usually with men on one side and women on the other.
Sikh wedding ceremonies do not focus on a single day. They are about the process of two people and two families coming together. This may be complicated when the couple are not both Sikh, but a combination of the Sikh culture and another. However, this always produces an absolutely unique wedding experience. Not only for the couple but their families and all of their guests.