With a Sikh ceremony in Delhi and a Hindu ceremony in Goa, their inter-religious wedding was indeed something out of a dreamy fairy-tale. Their nuptial celebrations began in Delhi where Akshita and Akash got married at a Gurudwara. Surrounded by their closest friends and relatives, the couple’s Sikh wedding ceremony was a cozy, heartwarming affair blessed with the love and blessings of their close friends and family.
Shot by the team of Reels & Frames led by Anand Rathi, the celebrity couple had an intimate wedding attended by not more than 40 guests only. Panning over 4 functions, the wedding was an aesthetic affair resplendent with gorgeous ensembles sported by the designer bride, stunning decor and tiny, gorgeous details like masks, sanitisers and artistic implementation of other social distancing norms that added beauty and charm to the intimate wedding.
Vibrant, vivid and varying, Indian weddings can be described as a pool of diverse traditions and cultures that differ across every state and region. While there is no one particular style that encompasses the entire spectrum of Indian weddings, we simply cannot deny gloating over the beauty of every varying ritual and ceremony, which only gets doubled through occasions like cross-cultural weddings, just like this beautiful celebration of Aakriti and Aditya’s union, captured mesmerizingly by Jackson James and his team. Reminiscing their journey that led to the wedding, Aakriti says, “Aditya’s cousin and I met very briefly through a mutual friend and she thought that he and I would make a good pair, thus deciding to set the two of us up. Although, I wasn't up for anything serious then, I didn't mind meeting him. Finding out that we weren't meant to be together did not come as an epiphany. In fact, the more we spent time together, the more we felt we were right for each other.” She adds, “It was with him in Dubai last year for 20 days that I realized that the compatibility I shared with him was something I have never shared with anyone else. Before my trip, I thought I would never be able to live with anyone. After the Dubai trip, my view had changed. That sealed the deal for me.” Belonging to two absolutely opposite cultures of the North and South of India, the couple’s wedding celebrations were spread across 5 functions hosted at two mesmerising properties in Kerala. Here, bride Aakriti tells us how it all unfolded.
Overlooking the dazzling waters of lake Mulshi in Maharashtra, Priyanka and Pratik’s dreamy intimate wedding was a stunning, fun-filled, intimate affair spread over three ceremonies. Clicked by Suraj Patel, the celebration was a unique amalgam of minimal aesthetics and opulence, that shines bright through the wedding album.
Love is vast, dynamic and personal. It's the twinkle in the eye of a mother when she sees her little one for the first time. It's the wrench in the heart of a father when he sees his daughter off for good. It's the bitter-sweet emotion felt by a brother, when he knows his sister wouldn't be around anymore with her banter. It's the happy tear in the eyes of a groom, as he sees his bride walk down the aisle, knowing that his happily ever after is now to begin! Perfectly capturing these multiple faces and folds of the singular feeling of love, Happy Flashbacks by Noopur and Anish comes back with another beautiful, mesmerising creation 'Coming Home'. Right from coming home to her family as a little bundle of joy to leaving them and coming home to her groom as his partner for life, this film is an ode to the journey of a daughter and all the lives she fills with happiness, enroute!
"It is an arranged marriage but I love her and this is a love marriage for me!" Love is known to walk in our lives when we least expect it. So was the case with Annabel and Elvis, who happened to come across each other through an agent in an arranged marriage setup. Little did they know that this broker was only Cupid in disguise, ready to aim his bows at them! The rest, as we see here, is history! Their lovely Catholic wedding was shot mesmerisingly by The Wedding Filmer. Capturing all the little big nuances of the Church ceremony and the jamboree that followed, the film also deeply focuses on the million emotions the bride and groom feel, as they finally get tied in the bond of forever togetherness!
“I did not fall in love with Harmit. I walked into love with her. I chose her and I would choose her a hundred times over.” Resplendent with love, laughter and myriad of emotions, Harmit and Varun’s wedding film shot by the ever-cheerful Happy Flashbacks by Noopur and Anish is a poignant yet gorgeous narration of their intimate, 100-guests only wedding that took place at the Samode Palace in Jaipur. A groom madly in love, a bride with the brightest smile ever, and relatives and friends who simply cannot stop rejoicing the union of these two beautiful souls, this film is sure to make you fall in love with the beauty of intimate weddings, all over again!
Straight out of a mainstream Bollywood flick, Varsha and Arjun's nuptials were as fun and lively as the couple themselves. Resplendent with vibrant colours, gorgeous smiles and heartwarming vibes, this couple's beautiful union filmed by Twogether Studios perfectly sums up all that the splendid wedding was about. The video starts with a dramatic description of the couple which further makes you realise how understated the word ‘dramatic’ really is. From a bubbly bride to her excited bridesmaids and enthu-cutlet baraatis, this film is sure to remind you of all Bollywood wedding flicks you have enjoyed watching over the years! Have a look!