“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.