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Indian wedding photography

Indian wedding photography Ragley Hall

I was lucky enough to document Anish & Kevern’s fusion Civil and Indian wedding photography at Ragley Hall. Ragley Hall is the ancestral seat of the Hertford family for over 300 years and overlooks thousands of acres of Warwickshire countryside.

The wedding location combines landscaped gardens, woodland and a fine Grade 1 listed mansion, an ideal location for me to create some classical portraitures in my fine art style.

The day started off with a civil ceremony which was a intimate affair amongst two cultures and families. The wedding ceremony united the two cultures and traditions as one. Anisha was in a custom designed bridal dress by Sati and Jaineesha MUA looked after her all day.

Kevern looked the part as ever and was as cheery as ever in his civil and Indian wedding outfit!

The second half of the wedding day was a traditional Indian wedding ceremony. Kevern took the whole ceremony in his stride even those he looked slightly nervous. Anisha & Kevern dressed in their traditional outfits looked amazing on a gorgeous summers day.

I had a small window to capture Anisha & Kevern’s portrait session, as the heavens opened. Ragley Hall is such a beautiful wedding venue and I absolutely loved capturing the wedding.

The wedding reception followed which went on till the early hours of the morning. Guests enjoyed the delicious catering provided my Five Rivers.

Ragley Hall was a playground for me to recreate my signature fine art style, I absolutely loved the location – it was a pleasure to document Anisha & Kevern’s wedding.

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Civil wedding photography Addington Palace

Civil wedding photography Addington Palace

Arun & Parveen’s civil wedding photography Addington Palace. It was my first time to photograph at the luxurious wedding venue and what a venue it is! The Palace is an 18th-century mansion in Addington near Croydon in south London, England. It was built on the site of a 16th-century manor house. We were lucky enough to have great weather on the morning of the wedding, which the perfect scene.

Arun’s portraits began the day and also variety of creative group images with his groom’s men. Dressed in an elegant white dress, Parveen looked amazing.

RWS London magically transformed into an elegant and stylish setting for the Civil wedding.

Arun & Parveen looked spectacular in their bespoke outfits, accompanied by their colour coordinated groom’s men’s and bridesmaids. The ceremony was a joy to capture which was full of laughter, smiles, and shyness.

Maharaja Catering London laid out lunch in the grounds of Addington Palace, with the sunshine beaming down the guests soaked in the atmosphere and enjoyed the delicious food.

An evening reception was something to look forward to, with magical décor created by RWS London. The night consisted of hilarious speeches, magical décor, excellent food and non-stop dancing. The reception was wrapped up with an enjoyable fireworks display.

The wedding at Addington Palace was an amazing event, with amazing people, lots of laughs, and great suppliers from the industry.

I would like to thank Arun & Parveen that trusted me to capture their special day and also let me be a part of it.

Here a selection of images from Arun & Parveen’s Civil wedding at Addington Palace. If you would like to enquire about my photography services then please get in touch by filling out my contact form.