01 Jul Indian Wedding Photography in Milton Keynes.
There is nothing like starting your wedding season off with an amazing 3 day Indian Wedding and we loved working with Jas and Puneet to create a more relaxed and intimate set of Indian Wedding Photography images. Our aim is to allow the day to unfold naturally without any interruption or overly staged moments. From our perspective there are so many lovely natural moments to capture and together with the colours, the ceremonial rituals, all followed by an amazing party. The Indian weddings we have covered have become some of our favourites and certainly some of the most memorable days we have photographed. Jas and Puneets wedding was no exception.
This was our second wedding at the MK Gurdwara so we were ready for the super early start, which had us set our alarms for 4.45am so that we could be onsite ready to go for 5.30am. Both homes were buzzing with people and activity and no one paid too much attention to the rain outside as there was lots to do as the clock counted down to 7.30am when we needed to be on the road to Milton Keynes. Jas looked breathtakingly beautiful and her wedding make up was completed by Khalida whose work was fabulous (as you can see) and stayed in place all day. Don captured some pictures of Puneet in a reflective mood as he prepares for the “Anand Karaj” or ‘Blissful Union” at the Gurdwara.
It was a beautiful wedding and a very, very busy day. After the Sikh ceremony we left the Temple and drove to Whittlebury Park for a Hindu ceremony after which the party and celebrations could get underway. Brilliant speeches were followed by fab food and, as is obligatory with an Indian wedding, very enthusiastic and exhuberant dancing! When we left Whittlebury the sun had come out and we headed back to Luton to cover the final customs of the day. Puneet gained speedy access into the house to claim his bride and it was a deeply emotional moment when Jas left the home she had grown up in to start her married life with Puneet. This was a spectacular wedding for a really lovely couple. Both families were extremely generous and welcomed us into their lives to cover these three very special days. We had an excellent time and we hope you enjoy this very selection of images which, for us, sums up their wedding day. Click here to see images from the 2nd ceremony and our time at Whittlebury.
If you are planning your own Indian wedding and want to images to be relaxed, observed and natural shots that tell the story of your wedding, please don’t hesitate to get in touch, we’d love to hear all about it and be part of your celebrations.