Utah Wedding Photographer

Hindu Wedding Photographer {Indian Weddings}

Hindu Wedding Photographer in Utah

I love photographing Indian Weddings!

As a destination wedding photographer I have had the unique opportunity to travel all over the world photographing weddings of all shapes and sizes. One of my favorite kinds of ethnic weddings to photograph are Hindu Weddings. Indian weddings traditionally are full of life, color and excitement. The union of two individuals and their families in the Hindu faith is truly a celebration one will never forget. I love the bright bold colors often associated with Hindu weddings. Nothing says life like a splash of beautiful color. Indian weddings can often take place over a few days. There are different ceremonies that can be involved with each day. From the Ganesh Pooja, typically a very intimate ceremony to the Mehndi Ceremony where the beautiful henna is drawn onto the hands and feet of the bride and her bridesmaids, to the evening celebration of the Sangeet. This is often where one would experience the choreographed dances and celebrations. This is all before we even get to the main ceremony. I love the Hindu ceremony with all of its beautiful symbolism and involvement by the family.

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The Mandap is a canopy that can seem similar to a Jewish Huppah in appearance. During the main ceremony the Bride, Groom, Priest and their parents will sit under the Mandap and take part in the different parts of the ceremony. These can differ depending on how traditional the ceremony is.

As lively and fun as everything building up to this point is, the party hasn’t even started until the reception begins. The laughing and dancing and all around fun that¬†ensues make each indian wedding unique and oh so fun.

Indian culture has spread all over the world. It is beautiful beyond belief. I absolutely love the importance that they put on one of the most important days of a couples life. A wedding should be a celebration for the ages for all to enjoy and partake in. Its always so fun photographing Hindu weddings and I’m always looking forward to my next adventure! indian-hindu-wedding-utah-photographer-8789 indian-hindu-wedding-utah-photographer-8790 indian-hindu-wedding-utah-photographer-8791 indian-hindu-wedding-utah-photographer-8792 indian-hindu-wedding-utah-photographer-8793 indian-hindu-wedding-utah-photographer-8794 indian-hindu-wedding-utah-photographer-8795 indian-hindu-wedding-utah-photographer-8796 indian-hindu-wedding-utah-photographer-8797 indian-hindu-wedding-utah-photographer-8802 indian-hindu-wedding-utah-photographer-8803 indian-hindu-wedding-utah-photographer-8804 indian-hindu-wedding-utah-photographer-8805 indian-hindu-wedding-utah-photographer-8806 indian-hindu-wedding-utah-photographer-8807 indian-hindu-wedding-utah-photographer-8808 indian-hindu-wedding-utah-photographer-8809 indian-hindu-wedding-utah-photographer-8811 indian-hindu-wedding-utah-photographer-8812