From three day celebrations including traditional rituals and customs at a temple in Queens to East and Western fusion wedding celebrations at an outdoor Brooklyn venue, Indian weddings are always a blast to capture! Our NYC photography and video team have had the honor of joining many Indian couples on their big day and have fallen in love with the beautiful traditions. From drummers dancing in the streets while guest throw money into the air to the Groom arriving on an elaborately decorated white horse , the beautiful traditions of Indian wedding are unmatched! The food is amazing and the bridal jewelry and colorful sarees (wedding dresses) are a photographers dream come true!! Add in the upbeat wedding songs (with choreographed dancing) played at the receptions and you’ve got a serious party on your hands!! The cinematography style trailers our videographers have created have been a favorite amongst our Indian couples and our customizable packages have kept their pockets happy too! Be sure to check out our galleries and wedding videos to see first hand how awesome Indian wedding celebrations are!
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Our New York Indian wedding photographers love capturing all the details of wedding celebrations like Devina and Brandon’s. If you take all the fun activities that take place at a typical western wedding (getting ready, ceremony, lawn games, dancing) and repeat them for 2-3 days; you will get a taste of what a typical Indian wedding is like! Not only are Indian wedding celebrations fun, they are colorful and full of beautiful rituals and traditions! Like this gorgeous bride and groom, many Indian weddings include a mehndi party (henna is applied and the families mingle) a ceremony at an Indian temple and a 2nd (or 3d) day for a more traditional western ceremony and reception. Click on the link below to see more of this beautiful New York Indian wedding and learn more about the amazing traditions.Check it out!
Traditionally, American brides wear a white dress on their wedding day ,but our photography team has noticed more and more brides taking a cue from our Indian brides by choosing a less traditional route and opting for a colorful wedding gown. In the Indian culture, sarees (traditional wedding dresses) are intricately designed and come in vibrant hues of reds, purples and a variety of other colors. The getting ready process is a very important part of the wedding day where the Bride is pampered by her family and draped in exquisite jewelry that include bold necklaces , sparkling bracelets and even hair accessories! Our photographers joined this adorable couple in Long Island City at The Paper Factory for their big day with waterfront photos at Gantry State Plaza.. check it out!View the gallery
Caitlin and Taraqul’s Indian celebration at The Picnic House, was filled with tons of laughter and love. One of our favorite venues in Brooklyn (we are featured on their “Vendor we love” list), our photographers have shot in Prospect Park many times. Thanks to the natural setting surrounding the venue, the photography at the Picnic House is always beautiful! Inside, the venue features an open floor plan that allows couples to set up and decorate however they like. The adorable couple spent some intimate time together before the ceremony and had their first look in the park before their guests arrived. Their reception was kicked into gear by the popular NYC “Silver Arrow Band” and everyone had a blast. Check it out for yourself.View the gallery
A Quintessential melting pot, NYC is made up of a beautiful array of languages, cultures and ethnicities! The NYC Botanical Gardens offer visitors a unique glimpse into the artistry and traditions of many of those diverse cultures with a beautiful Chinese Scholar Garden at the Snug Harbor Botanical Garden and an impressive Japanese Garden at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden! Our NYC wedding photographers headed over to The Queens Botanical Garden for Hera and Nick’s wedding ceremony which paid homage to the gorgeous bride’s Indian heritage! The vibrant colors and intricate designs (check out the Bride’s henna) were stunning with the backdrop of the Queens Botanical Gardens’ florals and greenery. After a romantic ceremony the newlyweds headed over to a local restaurant for dinner and dancing. Click on the link below to see more and be sure to check out our other beautiful Indian wedding photos!View the gallery