I hope you guys are prepared for this MEGA-post, haha! When I first went through the photos I selected 450 (!) photos that I thought would be nice to blog. While I don’t think I ended up exactly with that amount of photos, I think we got pretty close, haha! I know many photographers that won’t even give you that many photos – not really my approach when it comes to weddings & babies, but I believe every photographer can have their own thoughts about that. For me there are not enough memories that you can create on a day like that, same counts for baby photos – all the different smiles … it’s nice to look back and relive the moments :o)
Ankita’s & Sachin’s wedding was SO special to me, you guys have no idea how excited I was when Ankita & Sachin booked me. My mom used to work for an airline company back in the day which gave us awesome opportunities to travel around the world. I LOVED seeing other cultures – and was especially drawn to the Far East, especially Thailand and Indonesia. India was always my dream destination, and even if it took me a while to get there, I had an awesome trip and traveled around for about 5 weeks. The colors, the people, the culture! It’s just all so amazing and so beautiful! I LOVE cultural weddings, and I hope you all enjoy a little glimpse into this super fun wedding. – Yes, I probably overdid it with all the photos, but …. I love them all so much … :o)
What should I say, Ankita & Sachin sure had an awesome day, filled with LOTS of laughter and joy. You’ll have to see for yourself. They’re one wonderful couple and will always have a very special place in my heart <3
Ankita & Sachin held their ceremony & reception at the awesome Museum of Science in Boston. Honestly if you’re considering a downtown wedding with an awesome view and an opportunity for an outdoor ceremony, this is the place you want to look at!
Enough said, Ankita & Sachin I hope you guys had an awesome time in Hawai’i!!!
Here’s the sneak peek into their HUGE set of photos:
Anya (my daughter) keeps calling this the princes wedding :o)) Who would blame her?!
Ankita, just in case you haven’t heard it yet – you are drop dead gorgeous!
And a few of her handsome groom, Sachin:
We were able to take a few photos of them at a park across the Museum before a quick thunderstorm rolled in …
You just gotta love these two!
I think this one is my favorite from the day <3
Groom’s procession :o)
Photographer fun. Me shooting my sweet second shooter Geneve, who was shooting one of the guests :o))
Prince Sachin trying to beat the … leafy elements :o))
Love this little series :o))
It was SUCH a happy day for both families <3
And I loved these photos of Ankita’s grandma, blessing / welcoming Sachin into the family :o)
… and some photos of Ankita’s sweet mom:
Mmmmm ….. I didn’t know guys can get Mehndies also :o))
Love the way Ankita looks at Sachin in this one :o)
Ankita’s family was clearly happy having Sachin in their family – and I know Sachin’s family was happy to welcome Ankita too <3
SO MANY SMILES!!! <3 How could I ever pick a favorite???
Love the way Sachin looks at Ankita in this one :o)
A few from Geneve while I was taking family photos:
Hi videographer! ;o)
LOOK at all these expressions!!! LOVE this couple and their families <3
I don’t usually post that many candids, but I just couldn’t resist :o))
What a cool looking venue, right?!
Haha … runnnnn!!!!
Ok, I’ll have to explain the photo below (especially since I am actually a blog post behind / I haven’t posted their pre-wedding ceremonies yet). There was a certain guest that just looooved photobombing some of the family photos (you’ll see once I post my pre-wedding post), but this one (I’m assuming accidentally) definitely stole the show, haha! How about this as a photo bomb!??!!?
Let’s just say Indians LOVE to party!!! I haven’t been to one Indian wedding where the dance floor wasn’t packed, they sure love to dance!
VERY special thanks to my second photographer & great friend: Geneve
Venue: Museum of Science