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KRITI + AMAN

KRITI + AMAN

Kriti & Aman both are from Dubai and decided to get married in Zorba resort in New Delhi. The wedding of Kriti & Aman was a feast of hearts we’d say. 

From the colorful mehndi till the tie of the eternal knot on the big day, it was a rollercoaster ride of love and laughter. If happiness is measured by smiles, then Kriti would have possibly travelled miles. That’s how hearty a smile she sported all the way along her journey to her eternal day with the handsome groom Aman. It was a perfect family wedding, in fact, a very intimate get together we should say. Not just the couple but the entire gathering was all the time in a gala mood, rejoicing the proceedings. 

– Shot by Nitin & Shiv in Canon Mark III & Nikon D750, 85mm/35mm/70-200mm lenses with aid of Magmod at instances –

AAISHA + AVNEESH

AAISHA + AVNEESH

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 + SAHIL

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PASHYANTI + SAHIL

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.

The wedding has been featured by Vagabomb & WedMeGood

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 –

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