The wedding took place at the DLI hall in Durban, Kasha wore a red and green outfit which had gold work on it. It takes a very daring bride to wear red lip stick but Kasha pulled it of perfectly, it went perfectly with the outfit and her look. Their MC Rahul was really entertaining this was our first experience with him and I must say we highly recommend him. It was at this wedding I realized how great technology is, as the bride was walking down people whipped their ipads to take pictures of the bride and off course face book it immediately. For the location we looked for something classical and old and we also managed to slip in something grungy, which makes for an amazing contrast.
We did this photoshoot especially for the guest sign in album that we made for their wedding day which was this last weekend. We decided to not post any photo till after the wedding so that guest would see the pictures for the first time at the wedding. We shot this over two days the first shoot was formal while the second look was more laid back, casual and fun. The inclusion of the bike (Nilesh's idea) was really cute. Look at the sneak peek of the wedding day below. View the full album on facebook
Waking up at 8am on a lazy December morning is definitely not the easiest of tasks. Yet my day was made when we were greeted at Priya’s house by the cutest little 2year old, he was just too adorable and full of hugs and kisses.:) Priya has one of the happiest smiles I’ve ever shot. The one thing that stood out for me at this wedding was the choice of music. I absolutely loved it (and no I'm not being biased) and we all admired the courage it must have taken to play it. Yes people, Alternate rock music at Indian wedding isn’t the easiest thing to get parents to agree too. The wedding was simple and personal, as for the couple they were totally caught up in the moment which was rather cute. Just before we went out for our couple shoot on location it rained buckets (literally!) Mits was rather concerned it wasn’t going to stop but as the saying goes ‘every cloud has a silver lining’. The rain cleared up and left us with an amazing sunset, typically made only by passing storms. more images
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