This wedding combined so many disparate things into one cohesive blend of awesomeness. Vijay and Pearl seamlessly brought together their Indian and Chinese cultures into one very intimate celebration of their love - all within a three bedroom apartment in Bangalore.
This was one wedding we had been waiting to photograph for almost an year . Having shot Amelia and Jaser in Goa for their engagement session last year, we knew their wedding will be nothing short of an adventure. And it was much more than that.
One thing common to all wedding ceremonies irrespective of the tradition, culture or ethnicity is that they all end with the bride and groom taking an oath to protect and trust each other for the rest of their lives. Everything else other than this exchange of vows is either a celebration or a way to make this union look acceptable or valid.
Ahone approached us few weeks back and told the idea of exchanging her vows somewhere in the middle of Thar desert , and being Indian wedding photographers who are used to 4-5 hours of wedding ceremony and hundreds of guests , it felt unreal.
Though the whole session lasted for less than 40 minutes and we so wanted this to last for atleast a couple more hours, it still was the most beautiful wedding we have ever seen . No guests, no processes , no decorations, just two people in love assuring their faith and commitment to each other. We don't think a wedding can be more pure than this.