Indian Wedding Photography

INDIAN WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY

Indian Wedding Photography

Indian weddings are known for their fun and grandeur atmosphere. From a private property at Randwick, we were transported to India for a three day celebration of cultural extravaganza, wedding rituals and explosion colours.

The first day was pre-wedding ceremonies of ‘Sangeet’ and ‘Mehdiny’. Sangeet was traditionally only attended by women, but these days many couples decide to include both men and women. This is a time for celebrating, singing and dancing.

Literally it means ‘sung together’ – in the ceremony the couple come together to learn songs and dance to perform. The Mehdi is about elegance and beauty. The bride’s face, hands and feet are lathered with turmeric paste. After this, the bride is decorated with Mehndi (which derives from Henna plant). Some believe the darker the colour of Mehndi, the more her husband will love her.

On the second day, the bride and the groom held a Hindu and Haldi wedding ceremonies at a private property in Randwick. Religious ceremony was observed on the third day at St Thomas Anglican Church, North Sydney. The party ended on a final reception at Simmer on the Bay.

INDIAN WEDDING CEREMONY:

Private property, Randwick

 

RECEPTION:

Simmer on the Bay, Dawes Point

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Moonmoon and Ranjan’s three day affair remains as one of my most memorable weddings. It had all the elements that a photographer could ask for: colours, animation, laughter and  such interesting traditions!

Indian Weddings are so vibrant and full of life that for three days I was immersed in a cultural extravaganza. It was amazing to witness and capture the women ‘preparing’ the bride-to-be with with turmeric paste and Mehdi.

I love how my job as a wedding photographer opens up a whole new world for me to explore without even leaving Sydney!