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A vibrant and colourful Gujarati Wedding in Muscat

Today I want to share this vibrant colourful Gujarati Wedding at the Shangri La in Muscat. The Bride and Groom were Anusha and Dhrumil from Mumbai are not just connoisseurs of good design but party planners and set designers themselves. For their wedding, they wanted a design unique to their minimal sensibilities which also appealed to their families Guajrati heritage so they reached out to  help them create a truly special day. Their amazing two-day, 300 guest wedding took place at the Shangri La in Muscat and tradition was paramount mixed with incredible design… Haldi Mehendi The Moroccan inspired Mehendi took place at the Al Bandar Lawns. The colour palette was...

Colourful Culture – A Warwickshire Wedding blending English and Indian Culture – Images by Free Range Weddings

Today I am thrilled to share this gorgeous Warwickshire Wedding that brings two cultures together as one. Images of the day were captured by Nic Serpell – Rand of Free Range Weddings. Free Range is the fresh wedding photography service from in demand photographer, who caters to clients needs  in a relaxed, contemporary, free-range way.     The wedding was on the 29th September 2012 between Ed and Sandeep, and was one of Nic’s  favourite weddings of last year. The Venue of the couples Big Day was Wethele Manor near Coventry. Wethele Manor dates back to the sixteenth century and is set on a stunning 250 acre estate, overlooking fantastic views of the rolling...

Culture in the City – A Balmoral Hotel Wedding – Images by Marc Millar

Today I am thrilled to share Ben & Nisha’s Wedding at The Balmoral Hotel captured beautifully by Mark Millar Photography. Their day was a gorgeous combination of  Scottish , Indian and American culture. Marc Millar is an Edinburgh based Wedding, PR, Lifestyle and Corporate Photographer Nisha, the Bride is from Edinburgh, and is a cosmopolitan girl at heart and that’s not just her choice of drink! Ben is from Mount Pleasant, Michigan USA but moved to Scotland in 2002 to pursue his bagpiping ambition. That didn’t quite work out so he decided to develop software instead. They met ice skating in Princes Street Gardens on a cold and frosty night. Ben took her hand and made sure...