Bride Rimple are long-time lovers and high school sweethearts.
Vick liked and pursued Rimple for the first two years of secondary school before she said yes to their first date in grade ten. Coming up to September of 2017 the couple will have been together for 14 years.
Sparkling Spring Ceremony
The couple were married at their favorite temple, Nanak Niwas in Richmond, B.C. where the sun came out for the pair and their outfits shone amidst a warm and gorgeous Spring day.
The bride, described by her husband as an ambitious entrepreneur with an eye for design, donned a pale pink Sabyasachi design tailored with generous gold embellishments and a full-sleeve kedia blouse.
“Rimple is truly a very selfless person and is very motivated by the greater good for this world,” Vick said. He complemented the bride’s couture look with a dapper Ivory sherwani and velvet shawl designed by Tarun Tahiliani.
Crystal Chandelier Reception
“Guests entered the venue through a beautiful white carpet entrance with crystal chandeliers dazzling above,” the bride recalled. The ballroom decorated with ambient candles and white floral centerpieces.
After a brief cocktail hour in the dazzling space, the bride and groom make their grand entrance down a custom-made chandelier walkway to a song by Beyonce and Jay-Z.
Performances by B.C. Cultural Bhangra Academy and solo aerial-silk performers from Inner Ring Circus added a level of whimsy and enchantment to the night.
The bride donned another Sabyasachi design, this one from his Udaipur Collection, made of silk and hand-painted florals. Her blouse was crafted out of tulle and embellished with beads that sparkled as she moved.
The groom wore designer Tom Ford head to toe. His cocktail jacket was a hand sewn design in black honeycomb and was complemented with a tuxedo shirt and classic black bow-tie.
Admittedly, the couple’s greatest strength is that they have yet to tire of one another.
Constantly enamored by each others presence, Rimple and Vick still look forward to the hours they get to spend together.
“When your high school sweet hearts like us, you end up spending almost half your life together upon marriage. As a couple it teaches a lot of patience, value, love and respect for one another,” the bride said.