Today I am bringing to you a very notable interfaith wedding. It’s a cultural extravaganza, full of heart and sentiment, and will be very inspiring for those planning or even thinking of an interfaith wedding ceremony
One of the most beautiful things about wedding is that it blends together two lives as one – two backgrounds, two viewpoints on life, two families, and sometimes two religions. A wedding , no matter how big or small, is firstly about Love. Couple like Tanay and Miriam are very unique. They get married to make each other happy. I witnessed that happiness while shooting their wedding They say, ” we have been a couple for a long time so we’ve essentially felt like a married couple long before we actually got married. The wedding ceremony, ‘making it official’ felt so right; it was closing the circle, connecting the dots so that the rest of the world’s view point finally lined up with the way we see our relationship”
Here's a simple love story, unlike none other with all the magic you could hope for. Two gorgeous people, knowing each other from college days, celebrating love the way it should be.
Thank you for shooting Our Special Day. Our experience working with you was fantastic and the pictures you captured are outstanding and really captured the magic of the day.
- Harsha & Vyshnavi
After the wedding ceremony,the couple received many congratulations from their friends, as well as listening to some truly emotional and moving speeches delivered by pandit. The celebrations carried out into the night as friends and family took full advantage of the dance floor and celebrated the union of the happy couple. My effort was to tell a tiny story in every frame. I love to frame their precious moments of their lives which they will cherish throughout their lifetime. Here’s a glimpse into the beginning of their beautiful story together..
@Charcoal & Vermillion