Indian Wedding Photography Chiswick House
This beautiful Indian wedding at Chiswick Park and Gardens was my third encounter with Anand & Sandhya. We already met twice before. Once for the engagement photos outside the East London Wilton’s Music Hall. You can see the photos by clicking here, they are for sure worth to have a look. Second time, at their Civil Wedding Ceremony at Old Marylebone Town Hall.
The final day , Hindu Wedding Ceremony at the Burlington Pavilion In Chiswick Park, was a blast. It was a super rainy August Bank Holiday weekend but everyone was as happy as in the sunniest of days. Sandhya, is for sure, one of my most stylish brides I have ever had a pleasure to photograph. She looked beyond stunning on that day. This was partly due to a fantastic work of a super talented MUA Fatin Hasado. Sandhya’s Hindu Religious ceremony statement jewellery is by a fantastic Asian Bridal Designer Anayah Jewellery. Both Bridal outfits, morning and evening one were from a Luxury Asain Bridal Boutique My Trousseau in London. And lets not forget about the groom, looking super elegant during the Hindu Ceremony and the Indian Wedding Reception.
I definitely need to mention the wonderful priest that conducted the Hindu ceremony Rajendra Joshi. His positive attitude and friendly demeanor made the official part of the day a success. His ability to relax people definitely reflects on the photos which are full of smiles and laughter.
This Wedding Photography year was much different than others. The reason being, is the new rising tradition of Bridal Speeches at Indian and English Weddings alike. I totally love it and support the movement ha ha. It is wonderful to hear brides share their side of the love story and express their thanks towards family and friends. I hope to see Bridal Wedding Speeches more often in the future.
Videography by www.kubicki.me You can view the highlight by clicking here Sandhya & Anand Video
These photos are beautiful, they captured the essence of the day. Well done Slawa!
Hello. You have captured the essential different parts of the ceremony, and even without asking me what was what.
I have to say, hand on heart, you conducted your role unobtrusively and with the utmost respect. Thank you.
I absolutely love the colours and the expressions on the faces of the couple and others.
Sometimes, people assume non Indian people cannot fulfil the photography role effectlevely.
I have never thought that and you have so humbly proven some people wrong. The weather let us down but we got the job done. Thank you for including me.
And I sincerely hope we are able to perform our roles together again. Beautiful beautiful pictures. That actually tell a story.
I rarely post more than one picture form each wedding, but you captured the elements so well that I posted quite a few. Credit to you. Credit to the couple. God bless and I wish you every success.
Brilliant colours. You really have an eye for detail. Great photos.
Thank you so much Gosia. Well Indian weddings are about colour, that’s the essence of them :)