Getting to Detroit

What airport should I fly into?

Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW) is the closet airport. From there it is about a 25-30 minute drive to Detroit. You can rent a car at the airport or use rideshare services, such as Lyft and Uber, to get to Detroit. 


Hotel Room Block

The bride and groom have secured a block of hotel rooms at the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center (400 Renaissance Drive West, Detroit). Please use the link below to book your stay!

If you prefer to make your reservation over the phone, you may call (877) 901-6632 and reference the Neukam/Khanna Wedding.

If the room block is full, another option is the Courtyard by Marriott Detroit Downtown (333 E Jefferson, Detroit). The hotel is located directly across the street from the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center and is even connected by a skybridge. 

Shuttles & Transportation

Friday Events

Shuttle service for Friday's events will not be provided. 

Saturday Events

For Saturday's events, shuttle service from the Detroit Marriott at the Renaissance Center Hotel to the wedding festivities at Masonic Temple, and back, will be provided by the bride and groom. A shuttle will run every half hour beginning at 2pm, starting at the Marriott Valet. The shuttle will run until the party ends at 1am, at which time it will bring guests back the Marriott at the Renaissance Center Hotel.


Using app based services, like Lyft and Uber, are always great options.

You can also drive; there is metered street parking throughout city, as well as flat lots and parking structures (that accept cash and credit cards).


Friday - Sunset Cocktail Party

Complimentary self-parking will be available at the Beaubien Place Parking Garage located at 238 Beaubien Street, Detroit. Guests may have their parking tickets validated, prior to leaving the cocktail party, by the event planners.

Detailed directions: The Beaubien Place Parking Garage is located on the east side of the Renaissance Center Building and is marked with blue signs. It is the second parking garage on the street and is the one located closest to the river. Parking validation can only be provided for the Beaubien Garage.

Saturday - Baraat, Ceremony, Reception

Complimentary valet parking at the Masonic Temple will be hosted at the entrance located off of Second Avenue.


I've never been to an Indian wedding, what should I wear?

Indian weddings are joyful festive occasions, so colorful outfits are highly encouraged! You are welcome to wear Indian clothing or Western clothing. There is no expectation that you wear Indian clothing; the bride and groom want you to wear what you feel comfortable in! You'll want to pick something you can dance in, since that's what you'll be doing a lot of! When attending the Indian portions of the wedding celebration, avoid the color black and also the color red (as that is the color the bride traditionally wears). If you have more questions, ask the bride or her wedding planner, they are happy to help!

Where can I find Indian clothing?

Stores/Retailers in Michigan:

*Geeta Tolia, Bloomfield Hills, MI, (248) 568-0889

*Mira Bedi, Bloomfield Hills, MI, (248) 396-2767

*Bombay Boutique, 28847 Orchard Lake Rd, Farmington Hills (physical store that you can visit)

*Sahar Creations in Troy, MI (Appointment only, WhatsApp: 248-686-6323,

*Sanskriti Fashions, 3524 Rochester Rd, Troy, MI (Physical store that you can visit)

*Sehaj Boutique, 44296 Cherry Hill Rd, Canton, MI (Physical store that you can visit)

*Variety Silks, 37188, Dequindre Rd, Sterling Heights, MI, (248) 320-7935 (Call to make an appointment before visiting the store)

Online Options (remember to order in advance and allow yourself plenty of time for shipping and alterations): 



Kalki Fashions



Purchasing Indian clothing can be an investment, so consider renting! Below are a few suggestions: 

*Glamour Rental 

*Borrow Bollywood


What colors should I avoid?

Traditionally, the bride wears white for a Catholic/American wedding ceremony, so it is advised not to wear this color. For Hindu/Punjab wedding ceremonies the bride typically wears red, so it is best to avoid wearing the same color. In Indian culture, black is another color to avoid for wedding celebrations. However, black is an acceptable color to wear to the American wedding events, such as the Catholic Wedding and Cocktail Party on Friday. 

Help! I don't understand the dress code.

You are welcome to contact Neil and Terra's wedding planner, Rupali Bedi, with any attire questions. She may be reached via phone at (248) 212-1555.


Are my children invited to the wedding?

While Neil and Terra love your little ones, their wedding will be an adults-only event so that everyone can relax and enjoy the evening. They appreciate you making arrangements ahead of time for the children. 

What health and safety measures will you be taking during the event?

Neil and Terra are so grateful to have the opportunity to celebrate this occasion with their loved ones and they want to provide a safe and comfortable atmosphere in accordance with all health and safety guidelines. With this in mind, they require that all attending guests be fully vaccinated and adhere to all public health guidelines. 

Are the event venues handicap and wheelchair accessible?

Yes! Neil and Terra have made sure friends with all abilities are able to partake in their wedding celebration! Contact their planner, Rupali Bedi (248-212-1555), if you have questions or require special accommodations. 

*If you have additional questions, do not hesitate to ask the bride and groom! You are also welcome to talk directly to their planner, Rupali Bedi, who can be reached by phone at (248) 212-1555.