This wedding(s) is special in so many ways. The two of the had a maddening dayof ceremonies starting at 4 am. The got married twice on the same day, early in the morning in an Arya Samaj ceremony followed by an evening walk down the aisle at St,Teresa’s church. Add in a reception as well and you have a day that lasted an era. Rupak is the romantic one, he surprised her with a ring at their favourite place in chennai, the beach. Jasmine sometimes can’t understand how he puts up with her. She will tell you that and she will giggle like a kid.Read More
Something Shruti posted on her Instagram right after their wedding has stuck me with, she wrote this for Vishnu and I quote, "My soul knew yours before the beginning.Your soul knew mine before we needed skin to live in. Maybe we’re fallen pieces from the same star.”
Shruti & Vishnu are both rockstars! They like to party, and they like to PARTY HARD! We had 5 events or so to cover with a jam packed schedule in the 2 days we were shooting and not once did I see their energy drop. Now that I am writing this, I am realizing that this is also true for their friends and family.
First blog of 2019 in May - Forgive me lords and ladies, for I tied the knot myself this year and slacked and holidayed too much.
The year has had it’s moments, highs and lows, new beginnings and ends to incredible journeys. It has been jam-packed with work, family and LIFE!
Among all this, I found time to shoot a tiny temple affair with barely 20 guests including the bride & groom. Rohit & Aparna’s wedding was the calm I needed in my life this year and there is no better way for me to start the posts this year but with the photos from this wedding.
Their wedding barely lasted an hour but I hope these photos are well worth a lifetime to them!
Divya is Telugu and Shankar comes from Kerala, they got married in Chennai and settled down in Delhi where Divya pretends to work from home for a Bangalore based company but in reality she is holidaying in Udaipur eating Dal Baati Churma where she coerced me to come shoot their post wedding portrait session. Divya is also a traveler (not to be confused with a tourist). Shankar makes solar systems for a living( according to Divya at least), hates on onion for no reason, lives on Cappuccinos and kicks ass at FIFA.Read More