I was really looking forward to photographing my first (and hopefully not my last) traditional Hindu Indian wedding. Not only do I have Indian heritage but amazing colours are one thing that I love as a photographer. I travel the world looking for such vibrancy as an Indian wedding day offers, and here it was at home in Sydney.
We started with the traditional Henna application a few days before the wedding, the Mehndi, and what a way to get thrown into such an amazing tradition….it was a beautiful experience. Fareha from Fareha Bridal Studio sure is talented with that Henna brush.
Then the wedding…what can I say…”Wow!!”
Sydney certainly turned on it’s charm for us, but the details, personal touches and all the planning that all of their families and friends put into this day, was what made it so exceptional.
Aniket and Reshma, such a beautiful couple, both very genuine to the heart, the kind of people who I could never imagine saying a bad word about any one….the kind of couple you live to photograph!
Thanks guys, for being so kind, colourful and inspirational, and for trusting my own creative license completely, on your big day, knowing that it was my first Traditional Indian Wedding.
Here are a few pics from the day – hard to choose, so many left out, but oh well…..
A little Ravi Shankar to set the mood
Matt would like to thank Tessa Tran for her priceless help on the day.
Huge thanks to Aniket and Reshma for such allowing us to be a part of their day, for trusting in us on our first Indian wedding, it was such an amazing experience, one we will never forget.
Also a few vendors we would all like to thank below.
Bridal Dress / dress maker – Chamee and Palak, Mumbai
Bridesmaids dress / dress maker – Seasons India
Shoes (bride) – Novo Shoes
Hair / Make-up – Fareha Bridal Studio
Jewellery (incl. rings) – Larsen Jewellery
Flowers – Blooms by Janet
Wedding planner – The Bride and Groom!
Celebrant – Pandit Rami Sivan
Cake – Casa Del
This wedding was featured on The Crimson Bride