The "Bhallas" meet the "Srinaths"

Everything about this wedding was sweet, soft, cute and fun, and a indeed ticklist wedding for any wedding photographer. So here goes my ticklist, which indeed was double and triple checked all through this actioned packed love day. 

A Tamil bride, dressed in 6 yards of sheer beauty.
A Punjabi munda who matched a sherwani perfectly with a lungi. 
A gang of 30 fun loving and by far the craziest gang of camera loving friends, who came kept me super busy, if not with the never ending poses then with the much needed hourly refreshments ;-) 
A time baraaat (sharp 7 am) with the groom on a vintage scooter which has to be hamaara Bajaj. Man!! the scooter was the show stopper after the bride. 
A day wedding (yes my prayers were answered finallllyyyyyyy, you'll see the difference why we wedding photographers just looooooong for a day wedding) 
Loads and loads of small details right from the Pooja smagri to the wedding give aways, all so taken care of with love and care, and simply oozed cuteness. 
By far the best Varmaala shot I was able to capture this wedding season, since I was the only photographer and was able to just capture that one moment of happiness of being up in the air with "the one". 
Finally, two families all set to enjoy this new ride together, and yes with me laugh a looooooot. 

With just a guest list of just 100 close family and friends, and me being the only photographer, weddings should be such; a day of closeness and filled with love life and laughter. 


P.S - This is just the wedding, I can't wait to post pictures from the reception. 
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