We have shot so many ‘love stories’ but this one was one of a kind. Priya’s version of how Madhav proposed to her is the most grossest story ever (I shall not share it since a wide variety of readers read this blog regularly) while Madhav’s version is like a snippet out of a super romantic novel.
Priya and Madhav are so in love with each other that it doesn’t matter if 10 cameras were pointed at them, they’d just carry on doing their cute mushy romantic things.
They are both extremely adorable. Priya’s antics, the first thing you’ll notice when you meet her, I bet she is super fun to hang out with.
The wedding was at Woodrose Club which is a part of Brigade Millennium in JP Nagar. The wedding was setup on the open lawn in Woodrose Club. You’ll see how beautiful the setting was as you scroll down.
They are both Tam-Brahms but chose to get married in the Arya Samaj way. As some of you already know, We love Arya Samaj weddings!
Meghna was with Priya to get some getting ready shots. As usual she is an expert at it, she doubles up as a photographer and a make-up artist at times.
Look at the pretty bride.
The details showed their TamBrahm roots.
Introducing to you Priya and Madhav. They are in Louve man!
The wedding was super entertaining.
O-ho… killer looks I say!
This is just to give you an idea of the setting. It was very beautiful. (*except for the suicidal pool to kill anybody who came too close to the couple, I was very cognizant of it)
Just love this. These are the two perspectives you get when you have two photographers with two different camera configs and thought processes.
In an Arya Samaj wedding, you walk around the fire before and after tying the thali.
Love this picture too. Right out of a Film script!
Tried to capture Priya’s expressions through the thali chain just before it was tied.
There were claps, whistles and wooohooo-s!
This is such a cute ritual in south indian weddings, where the groom has to touch the cheeks of his bride.
There you go. This is what I was talking about, Priya’s antics while exchanging rings. :P
It is such a pleasure to shoot a wedding in an outdoor setting. The weather too was amazing that day.
Here is a picture of them offering the Laja to the Homa.
The Pandith’s quotes were really hilarious. If you got the double meaning of each.
During the Sapthapadi, Pandith said something like ‘In Life, you should always think about Quality not Quantity” and the people who got the double meaning of it just burst out laughing.
The crowd went berserk … :P
I liked the way the Pandith asked them to point at the Sun first and then asked them to close their eyes to imagine the sun in their ‘mind’s eye’. I’ve never heard anybody say this till date. Most of the time the brides and grooms are squinting trying to look at the mid-day’s bright sun.
Here is a picture of Priya and Madhav pointing a finger at a Mango tree … oops sorry the Pole Star.
I didn’t want to miss the opportunity to take another picture like this… :D
Asked for a formal picture and this is what I get.
If I told them they looked too formal, this is what they do. :)
The most amazing thing about this wedding was it started early and got over early. By 11.00am the place was empty.
I couldn’t wait to see what they had planned out for the ‘Cocktail Party’ in the evening.
Well, I loved the way the character of the whole place was changed.
There was this one table, far from all the others which looked special.
Loved the way they had used all forms of lights. Beautiful.
Voila! The good looking bride and groom. Stunning right!
What’s a party without dancing….
A perfect end to a perfect day.
Priya and Madhav. Congratulations! Wish you all the best!
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