“To get the full value of joy you must have someone to divide it with.” —Mark Twain.
A glimpse into Prutha and Chirag’s traditional south Asian wedding in Charlotte, North Carolina. Despite the fact that it was an indoor Pithi ceremony, the venue’s detailed decorations were fascinating. The Pithi ceremony was a lot of fun, and Chirag’s excitement can be seen on his face.
Before Prutha’s Pithi ceremony, she dressed up a gorgeous shade of lavender. After shooting several solo bride photographs, our photography team captured some priceless family portraits for the bride.
For the Grah Shanti ceremony, Chirag donned on a beautiful sea mist Panjabi suit while Prutha chose to wear a platinum white lehenga paired with a pastel terra cotta dupatta. We were able to snap some wonderful solo shots of the couple.
Seeing Chirag perform traditional rituals was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Moments like these remind us that our role as wedding photographers is about so much more than just shooting photos; it’s about sharing experiences that will last a lifetime.
Prutha donned a heavily designed traditional lehenga for the wedding ceremony, while Chirag wore a white Panjabi with a dupatta that matched Prutha’s lehenga. We had the ideal weather for some outdoor couple portraits. “When life offers you lemons, make lemonade,” as the saying goes, our photography team reaped the benefits of the spring showers to capture some breathtaking images of the pair. We had a great time with the groomsmen and bridesmaids, and we’re really happy with how the group photographs turned out.
They brought an enthusiastic Barat, and their joy and excitement poured into the wedding festivities. The way Chirag looked at his other half in the midst of their wedding ceremony melted our hearts away.
After an emotional Bidai, Prutha was welcomed in the most loving way into her new life. During their post-wedding “Fish the Ring” ritual, Chirag may have won the round, but Prutha definitely captured his heart!