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Winter Hindu Wedding At The Royal Ambassador Event Center - Manali & Jatin

Manali and Jatin had originally booked us for an engagement party as their original wedding plans were to take place in India; but due to covid, things changed and we happily adjusted their package as they decided to have this 3 day wedding here locally in Mississauga and Caledon.

What was supposed to take place in the warmer climates of India, ended up looking spectacular and memorable through our signature vibrant style of film and photography. We hope you enjoy a look into some teasers and a film trailer from this wedding below 😊

The first wedding event day consisted of the Sangeet at the Mississauga Grand Convention Centre. We covered a few hours of this evening through photography and video, which gave us great "party" content for the overall media collection.

Full of performances and words of best wishes from family/guests, we think these moments served well in substitution of what is normally captured at a reception/party.

Day 2 of Manali & Jatin's wedding week consisted of the Haldi, in which we only attended for an hour each at both the bride and groom's locations. These captures provide couples with those fun and detailed photo/video moments signifying the preparation and cleansing for the main ceremony to come 😊

Ordering enough production hours into your booking allows you to split and allocate your package for mini pre wedding rituals such as this one. Ask us how :)

The last and final day of Manali & Jatin's week was the main marriage ceremony itself. This date included an hour of prep captures at both the bride and groom's home and a Barrat and Hindu wedding proceeding at the Royal Ambassador Event Center (we are often finding ourself at this venue and it's great).

If you know South Asian weddings, then you know how difficult it is to light and capture live moments like these, especially during the ceremony itself 🙌🏼 We ended off the production by creating a few snowy photos outdoors before capturing the bride's farewell.