Destination wedding photographer in Greece, a Hindu wedding in Colours!
“The perfect matching accessory for a saree is not the jewelry but your smile”.
As destination wedding photographers in Greece, we are blessed to experience how diverse a life celebration can be based on religion and culture. This was the case with Anu and Darrin’s Hindu wedding in Athens last summer.
The colours, the love, the people, the tradition, the ceremony all came to compose a mystical event happening before our eyes. We are lucky enough and very proud to have photographed different weddings in Greece and abroad and get a glimpse of how other people celebration love. Our latest Hindu wedding had took place in Hydra and was featured in Italian Vogue! So, we are always on the lookout for interesting and unique wedding festivities!
Royal blue, fuchsia, hues of red and pale pink were predominant in this wedding celebration. A lovely bride dressed in her silk sari and embellished with all these wonderful bangles and head crown so typical in Indian weddings; Anu was a sight for sore eyes! Think Happy Events styled this wedding to the last detail and the colourful floral combination by Studio 7 really brought the Bollwood glam vibe on this wedding.
A huge canopy dressed in flowers of every colour hosted the mystical ceremony where seven different customs to the Indian tradition took place. Flower petals were thrown in the air as Anu was walking down the aisle to meet her future husband. Looks of love, trust and appreciation were evident in this mystical and sacred atmosphere. Colourful florals were also present in the table décor chose by the couple. Happiness elicited from every aspect of this celebration; vibrant colours that speak straight to the heart; Indian tradition and appreciation of diversity were some of the things we saw and captured at this wedding.
We are so lucky to have a job that allows us to witness such important life celebrations and understand that love can be celebrated in numerous ways according to one’s religion, culture and customs. However, at the end of the day love is love and we should dress it up in colours.
Check out the most colourful imagery from this Hindu wedding in Athens and tell us what your favorite wedding tradition in the comments is!