Gujarati people full of colour, cultural, warm and hospitable, and this becomes is evident in their weddings too. Planning an Hindu Gujarati marriage lagna vidhi? Then you’ll be wanting the best event that no one else in the family has had previously.
Once you have set the day, you’ll have to decide if you are going to have a destination wedding or a here in London. If you are staying in the capital you’ll initially book the venue to accommodate a large number of guest which the parents always insist on and one of the indian wedding priests who conducts the ceremony in English.
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Professional Gujarati Wedding Photographer London
Below is the the format of the wedding, the job of a good photographer is to capture the wedding conducted by the priest in a beautiful manner without stopping the ceremony, always finding the best angles and lenses to create wedding photos to remember this awesome day.
Celebrating colourful Hindu Gujarati Wedding: Marriage Rituals, Lagan or Vivaah Ceremonies such as
Baarat – Groom’s Marriage Procession
Madhuparka – Washing of Groom’s Feet
Antarpaat – Curtain between Bride and Groom
Jaimala– Garland Ceremony
Kanyadaan – the bride’s father places his daughter’s hand in her husband’s hand
Hasta Melap – Thread around Bride and Groom
Pheras and Saptapadi– Steps around the Holy Fire
Mangalsutra – most sacred customs in Hindu weddings a necklace that a Hindu or Indian groom ties around the bride’s neck in during the final stages of wedding ceremony rituals a very poignant moment when the gujarati wedding photographer london has to get the correct photos
Vidaai – the farewell where the bride says goodbye to her family
Artistic Photos from Gujarati Wedding in Central London
Gujarati wedding photographer at Nisha & Vinesh’s marriage at Swaminarayan Temple Stanmore London
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