Wedding Photographer Delhi, India | Chhavi & Mohit

What I like about indian weddings is that they are always different for the photographer. Not a single event will look alike. Chhavi and Mohit live in London but some of Chhavi’s family lives in France. A few guests came from my home country and to be honest, it was a bit unusual to hear french language during some indian festivities in Delhi. Unusual but also very enjoyable. It made our ‘relationship’ grows even quicker. For the portrait session, we decided to explore the opportunities of the Humayun’s Tumb in Nizamuddin East. The Tumb is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and its Mughal architecture and royal mausolea inspired the construction of the nearby Taj Mahal in Agra. Very impressive and really relaxing in the early morning before the crowd of tourists. The wedding ceremony was conducted by a female priest, which is rare enough to be noticed…

The tomb of Humayun, a perfect backdrop for a portrait session. We had an early morning start to beat the tourist crowd.

The traditional exchange of guirlandes in the outdoor setup filled with Marigold flowers.

Couple taking the pose in front of the classical ambassador car by wedding photographer india

The baraat on the white horse followed by friends, family, and drumers.

The bride making her entrance in style to the wedding set up.

The procession of the Baraat on a white horse in the streets of New Delhi, India

Dancing during the Sangeet as captured by wedding photographer india

the aarti during the bangles ceremony the day before the indian wedding ceremony.

The early start of the baraat. People start dancing after tying up the head turban.

the priest conducting the hindu wedding ceremony is a woman. This is quite rare in India.

Giving the foot ring as a symbol of commitment as told by wedding photographer india

Silouhette of the newly wed couple at the gate of the Humayun's tomb in New Delhi, India. wedding photographer india Delhi

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