What a great Reception to follow-up their traditional Gujarati Wedding! Hiral & Vikash were a joy to work with and we are thankful to have spent this special night with them! Here is a look into the Gujarati wedding reception of Hiral and Vikash. Oh! And we can’t thank Vikash enough for being so patient
Hiral and Vikash showed us elegance, style, and panache all mixed with a healthy dose of family and tradition. From the energetic baraat and sophisticated ceremony to the traditional ceremony, we had an action packed day with this beautiful couple and their family! Here is a look into this fun yet traditional Gujarati wedding weekend
This San Antonio Indian Wedding so moving and intimate, that it touched all the guests and vendors involved. The La Fontana Springs served as a wonderful venue for this Indian Wedding, while Mandap Creations provided beautiful wedding decor and detail. The Biyani Photography crew was there to capture Kavita & Atish’s special day!
We saved the most traditional photos of Pragati & Anant’s Gujarati Wedding for last. You’ll see the bride and groom getting ready, the baraat (procession with the groom and his family entering the wedding venue), being greeted by the bride’s mother and family. Then there is the garland exchange, the seven circles around the pious fire
We shared some lovely images from Pragati and Anant’s traditional haldi-pithi, mosaru, mehndi and sangeet. Lots of tradition, lots of ceremonies; so we figured we’d switch things up and share these really fun photos from their wedding reception, before sharing their wedding ceremony photographs! There was so much dancing, rejoicing and frolicking! Even the little
Gujarati weddings, like Marwari and other traditional Indian weddings last well over 2-3 days and each day is packed with ceremonies and rituals that date back centuries! Pragati and Anant’s wedding started with Haldi or Pithi, where family members apply “haldi” (turmeric paste) on the bride and groom to cleanse, purify and prepare them for