Nothing has changed since the day we got married. Our love grew everyday more for each other just as it used to.
We still argue about who is the best cook and the better interior decorator.
We still call each other Blue and Green but keep finding other bizarre names for one an other on the side.
Life is still mysterious and love is strong.
We got married this year and collected some wonderful stories for our friends back home and legends for our unborn children.
It was the serene, most calm moment of our lives when we walked towards each other at the ceremony and we will never trade that for anything in this world. But we could have lived without the tension with our vendors.
If you want to hear some amazing stories, hit us up and lets have a wine date and tell you the tales of wedding planning gone wrong.
This whole experience has reaffirmed the power of empathy, humility and the sanctity of emotions that run high on a wedding day. We have a new appreciation of what we do and why we do it.
So, after moping around for a few days in Thailand when we were on our Honeymoon we decided to recreate some of the magic that we had missed again.
Below are some snapshots from our very small and intimate legal ceremony that our dearest friends organised for us; some of whom could not make it to India as well as our rad clients (turned friends) who supported us through our wedding planning stages as we shot their weddings.
Get yourself a glass of wine, limber up your scrolling finger and celebrate with us…
How did we take the photos you ask: Tripod, hand trigger, rooftop surfaces and some trusty friends who were keen to learn.
Big ups to our fav vendors:
Hair : Nadine from Adora Bridal hair – She is Magic! Nothing human can be said about her, her talent is other worldly;
Makeup: Marnie from Marnie Jade Makeup Artist – She is ridiculously talented with the warmest heart;
Flowers: Megan from The Little Things – Her creations are divine! She will work with you every step of the way to create flower art that will blow your mind <3