“You really have unbelievable drive and energy, and the passion you have for photography shone through every single second of the day- your enthusiasm is completely infectious and made Rosie and I feel so special!”
Long weddings don’t normally worry me, quite the opposite. Especially Indian Sikh weddings, they can literally go on for days if not weeks. So this one was a relatively short one at only 20 hours.
Rosie & KT’s day was so epic I’m having to blog their wedding in 2 parts. As you can see Rosie looked absolutely breath-taking in her traditional dress. It was a wonderful experience to witness the family getting her ready with many traditions and blessing happing at her parents home before heading to the temple.
I would like to thank my team of photographers; Marius and Gabi for helping me out on this extra ordinary wedding. Below is a collection of images that tell the first 12 hours of their wedding. Part 2 from The Natural History Museum will follow tomorrow, so look out for that.
Great photos! Second to last is my favourite 🙂
Thanks you Andy, I love that one too 🙂
Absolutely stunning work Jon! I’m just loving this set. Too many faves to list them all. Rosie & Keiran must be delighted!
Cheers Rich for the kind words 🙂
Awesome photos mate, I love that the rain falling even looks gold. I have my first Sikh wedding next year, can’t wait.
Thanks Paul, the rain falls like gold in London, all the pollution 😉
Lots of stunning shots Jon. You’ve crystallised some very precious images and moments for us to hold from what was an incredible and surreal day. It all went by too fast! Jas
Thank you Jas, so pleased we have captured those memories for you forever 🙂
Amazing set. Love the colours and how you use the light.
Wow! Those last three shots are incredible. Great work 🙂
Thank you, it was an amazing wedding, very lucky.
Absolutely stunning work! I Love the colours from your pictures!
Thank you Cotea
Very good work of a sikh wedding photographer in UK
Just loved it, all the photographs are so beautiful.