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These next set of photos you’re about to see comes from the incredibly talented Jennifer. Her work is impeccable and mesmerizing. She’s a wonderful to work with, as I’ve had the opportunity to work with her in the past.  She’s all about capturing the details, ‘the’ moments with the right angle and light. She always makes it easy for the couples let loose and enjoy themselves. Today, I’m delighted to have the opportunity of sharing a hindu ceremony shot by Jennifer Images. The lovely couple is Samanta + Mahendra, both looked stunning on their wedding day. They had a two day celebration and you can check out the full set on Jennifer Images’ Blog.


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We had the pleasure of planning our brothers wedding July 3rd, 2010. The wedding took place at a hindu temple with 400 guests. As per the request of my brother, Prashanna, and his wife, Rathika, things were kept very simple. They were some very important elements – the entrance, the music, traditional rituals that they focused on more.

The next day in the backyard of our sisters home, we had very close friends and immediate family get together for an intimate dinner and dancing.  Renaissance Studio’s Clint and Taha took the lovely couple earlier in the day for a  photo shoot with wild cats; it was pretty amazing. As animal lovers and activists Rathika and Prashanna dreamt of doing this always and thanks to the great staff at Jungle Cat World Wildlife– it was possible.

Renaissance Studio’s was absolutely fabulous. See below for teasers…



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There are many ways you can make your wedding fun, and unique for you and your guests. One of the many is a completely personalized wedding booth that guests can use. They can leave their mark on your special day. Either your photographer or cameras that you set up can be used to capture these ultra hip and fun moments. Below we just have a few suggestions and ideas of exactly what we mean.


Row 1: A Summer Picnic – http://summerpicnicwedding.blogspot.com/

Row 2:Photo by WeddingChicks – http://www.getmarried.com/wedding-blog/category/wedding-gifts-and-favors/

Row 3:Wedding Photographs – http://www.qweddings.com/

Row 4:Bride Pop – http://bridepop.com/

Row 5: Once Wed Blog – http://www.oncewed.com/9876/wedding-blog/real-weddings/adam-halli-iv/

Row 6: E Leigh: http://eleigh.com/

Row 7: Sincerity Weddings  – http://www.sincerewedding.com/

Row 8: Martha Stewart Wedding DIY Backdrop

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G+H Photography’s talented photographers caught every minute of this spectacular reception, from the floral arrangements to the smiles and laughters of the newlywed. The playfulness and outgoing personality of the couple exudes in every photo. Ambi’s and Rajish wedding reception was at Woodbine Banquet Hall and the theme was winter wonderland.  The bride looked stunning in blue lengha with stunning gold intricate work and the groom sported a charcoal gray suit.

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Garima from G+H Photography is one of MY favorite photographers. Her photographs are heavenly and lovely. The images are rich with color, very detailed and Ambi and Rajish’s wedding is no different. Their tamil hindu wedding ceremony at Crystal Fountain Banquet embodied complete and utter beauty. The bride’s first saree was a gorgeous pink saree. The groom looked very handsome in his cream colored Sherwani as he waited under the floral mandap for his bride. The entrance of the ceremony was adorned with a beautiful kolam.

Ambi brought something different the table this was once a fashion – a mustard koorai saree, which commonly is red and it was gorgeous!  Check it out!

Venue: Crystal Fountain Banquet Hall

Make Up & Hair :  Angells

Photographer: G+ H Photography

Videography: Butterfly Squad

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Brenda and Jitesh’s two day ceremony included a Chinese Tea ceremony. The bride wore a beautiful bright red cheongsam that was adorned with rich gold work and the groom looked handsome in his tux. The bride then changed into a gorgeous strapless gown and they kept the indian tradition going with the bridesmaids who were rocking sarees.

Andrew Adam’s photographs encapsulate the amazing relationship of both the families and the amazing time they had on this special day.

For the reception the bride changed into a beautiful dusty rose saree.  The purple and gold colour theme with hints of pink brings in a touch of royalty and further enhances the traditional aspect of this rich multi-faith wedding.

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I’m extremely excited to share this wedding I received from Andrew Adams Photography. Their work is stunning and ridiculously awesome as it captures the true essence of Brenda and Jitesh’a Indian Sikh – Chinese wedding. Their two day affair in Toronto was filled with every bit of culture, colour and love. The bride wore a gorgeous burgundy lengha and matching her was the groom in his Sherwani.

Andrew’s work is exquisite and each image oozes of emotion, intimacy, and timeless moments. These are spectacular photographs destined to bring smiles and awes.

Andrew Adam’s Photography is a 2008 Canadian Wedding Industry Award Winner.

So here are the first set of images from the Sikh Ceremony…

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