Indian Wedding photographer videographer Curzon Hall Sydney
Trisha and Avit are as unique as they come. One of them is super laid back with a disarming smile, enjoys heavy metal and keeps it pretty simple. The other is bling-a-ling, a photographer and graphic designer. Who’s who? Trisha the former, Avit the latter. Theirs was a Gujrati Hindu wedding at Curzon Hall styled by the lovely people from Decor-a-shaan. We were once again working around our favourite ladies in the business, the girls from Gather and Stitch. Sam and Neddie worked their magic on Trisha.
On the morning of the wedding, Avit surprised Trisha with a visit from his sister who carried along with her a bouquet of doughnuts. Yup, Trisha is super fond of them.
I place a lot of importance on documenting moments with elders at a wedding, especially grandparents. As a photographer, I believe that photographs such as the one below will be looked upon with fondness in the years to come.
Avit and his boys are showmen. They each own a premium show quality truck as part of the Severed Ties club. These guys and their partners were an absolute riot to be around on the day.
Trisha’s family had requested that Avit come on a horse. He galloped hard, danced and had them all swooning!
I loved Trisha’s entrance with a trio of her uncle and aunts walking her in staggered procession down the aisle.
Always a big fan of the interiors at Curzon Hall as it has a great vintage look and feel about it.
You can take a man away to marry, but you cannot unmarry him from his truck!
Yup, I think I might have captured at least 3 such photos from the top floor. Then there are all those shots that didn’t make it to the camera…. lit!
We had a fair bit of drizzle throughout the evening, but then most photographers these days love the rain. Wedding Rain photos are pretty magical and here’s another example of why so.