Mid Summer in North London
Being asked to provide this North London Indian Wedding Photography was a real experience. The wedding day was at the brides parents house. It was the culmination of a week of celebrations for Chandni and Kunal. My coverage began in the morning with Chandni’s preparations at home. The front of her parents house had had an enormous marquee constructed. That’s where the wedding ceremony would be held, and portable air conditioning units were working hard when I arrived on one of the hottest days of the Summer.
Groom’s arrival By Horse Drawn Carriage
The marquee and ceremony area looked fabulous by the time Kunal arrived in a horse drawn carriage. Afterwards, the brides family welcomed the groom to their house. They then joined the guests in the marquee to await Chandni’s arrival. She looked stunning when she walked into the marquee with her brother. The ceremony contained many traditional elements. Including lighting a fire with ghee and the ‘Seven Steps’ whilst the priest chanted seven blessings for a strong union.
After the ceremony the room was prepared for the Wedding Breakfast and speeches before the partying began.
Would You Like This Style Of North London Indian Wedding Photography?
If you’re planning an Indian Wedding, or a wedding in any faith and like this kind of discreet documentary photography, please send me an enquiry for your date and I’ll let you know my availability and prices. Or check out my wedding portfolio. Here’s a super Indian wedding at the Grand Marquee at Wynyard Hall.
Here’s some of my favourite photographs from the day.