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When you think Rajasthan, you think of the Thar desert, the colourfully dressed women, you think of Kesariya Balam Padharo Mhare Des, of stories of princes and princesses, of beautiful palaces, you think of a very Royal splendour. Seeing Himangi & Aadhaar evokes similar feelings. Their wedding in Jaipur was steeped in the richness of tradition.
The evening saw Himangi & Aadhaar in the glam avatars as they dazzled off and on the stage on their Sangeet night. All of Himanagi’s & Aadhaar’s cousins and friends put up stellar performances & the couple formally exchanged rings, as a part of their Sagai.
We had to take some time out to appreciate Himangi and Aadhaar’s fuss-free varmala held up-high in a jharokha with beautifully scalloped edges and intricate jallies. Dressed in a beautiful red lehenga , Himangi entered under a phoolon ki Chaadar made of roses. The duo exchanged rose petal varmalas with only their close relatives witnessing this first step that got the ball rolling for the other wedding rituals.
It's hard not to stare doe-eyed at a stunning destination wedding like this one, and the venue Le Meridian, Jaipur made it even more special. The haldi, Sangeet, pool party as well as the wedding held at the opulent space made this entire multicultural destination wedding even more special.
Pallavi and Madhav’s palace wedding was every bit a royal affair, both of them are full of energy and so were their friends and family. Their wedding involved a lot of dancing, fun, crazy friends and a ton of energy and emotions. The wedding looked like it was a Bollywood wedding – with so much colour ultra cute decor and a palace meets vintage car destination.
We were fortunate to photograph and document their palace wedding at Samode. Sharing some of our favourite images and also check out the same day edit of their wedding film here.
Colors are all that we remember from the wedding of Rashi and Tarun. With a couple as charming as them, it is only natural to stay amazed with the moment. We had a wonderful time shooting their big day. The mood on the whole was festive, as the big day saw the family and friends getting together and rejoicing the occasion. From the décor to the dancing moments, everything seemed in place and it was a treat to run around and capture the memories. Here is a scoop of happiness for you to take a look. Live the joy!
–Shot by Nitin & Shiv in Canon Mark III & Nikon D750, 85mm/35mm/70-200mm lenses with aid of Magmod at instances –
Venue: Neemrana Fort
Decor: Pretty Much Event Decor
When one hears the words “Goa” and “Wedding” in the same sentence, one is bound to have a mental image of fun, water, and grandeur. This is exactly what we experienced at Anjali & Michael's Goa wedding; all smiles and sunshine with a super fun photo booth and a beautifully decked up mandap on the beach. Colors are all that we remember from this wedding!!
With a couple as charming as them, it is only natural to stay stunned. Needless to say, we had the most wonderful time shooting their big day..
Also check out the wedding video.
– Shot by Nitin, Shiv & Glax in Canon Mark III & Nikon D750, 85mm/35mm/70-200mm lenses–
It was the perfect atmosphere that gathered in for the special evening of Aaisha and Avneesh. The décor was too good and the lights were dazzling as the Sun bid bye for the celebrations to begin. Both the bride and the groom looked stunning and at their best, it was a treat to watch them relish the togetherness.
As photographers, what more can we ask for? It was a series of joyful moments that we got to capture. Take a look and feel the love in the air.
– Shot by Nitin in Canon Mark III 85mm/35mm lenses with aid of Magmod at instances –
Pashyanti contacted us couple of months before her wedding. We had my first meeting with Sahil and his best friends over beer which was initially scheduled at Chaayos and moved to Beer Cafe.
Sahil's only condition was that we have to party and and be a part of post wedding ceremony as a friend not as a photographer, and he actually asked us to pack our cameras at the venue once the party started!!
Sahil and his friends also scared us by telling me that Pashyanti takes time to open up with people and is especially reserved in front of the camera. Boy! were they wrong!! Coz we only saw a very fun and full of life person when we actually met Pashyanti for the first the time.
The first day at the shoot when we addressed her as Pashyanti she corrected us and said you can call me "Pakhi" . Which is what people close to call her and we were the fortunate ones.
Pakhi's wedding attire and her look on the D-Day truly reflected her vibrant colourful and carefree personality as can be seen below.
Pashyanti's MuA: Shagun, Wedding lehenga:
Venue: The Den Corbett
– Shot by Nitin & Shiv in Canon Mark III & Nikon D750, 85mm/35mm/70-200mm lenses with aid of Magmod at instances –
Mansi & Mehul's grand marwari wedding celebrations were held across three days at Westin Sohan. No, not a sufi night with just sufi-themed decor. An actual sufi night, with a real sufi singer - Hamsar Hayat Nizami. Sufi night was the best way to begin the wedding celebrations – where there was no place for fear, only a complete submission to love. Hamsar Hayat submerged the guests in love as his voice rang through the night. The sufi night was quintessentially Turkish with hookas as flower vases, twirling dervishes, evil eye decor items and Morracan lamps.
The next afternoon, a very colourful mehendi ceremony took place. Mansi's inspirational mehendi design had detailed impressions of Radha and Krishna surrounded by authentic and intricate mehendi patterns. She wore a very pretty turquoise lehnga . Mehendi decor had quirky Indian elements with bold use of colours and plenty of fun photo-ops.
Day three brought this enchanting Marwari shaadi to its finale - The grand wedding! The theme of the day was inspired by the lotus, all pink and turquoise, with huge glass chandeliers and a mandap with hanging lotus flowers from the ceiling.
–Shot by Nitin, Shiv & Raunak in Canon Mark III & Nikon D750, 85mm/35mm/70-200mm lenses with aid of Magmod at instances –