I always knew Sheila and Eugene’s wedding was going to be something special. Their pre-wedding shoot was a very relaxed and fun affair, echoing their own personalities, so I knew they would bring the same inspiring and positive mood to the wedding itself. On the day, we were blessed with glorious sunshine, and they succeeded in showcasing their Chinese and Indian heritage in a blaze of colour and celebration, with beautiful and symbolic attention to detail everywhere.
There were two separate ceremonies (and outfits, of course) on the day, starting with the traditional Vivaah Sanskar which took place on a mandap in the gardens of Hunton Park (a de Vere hotel). I had never even been to a Hindu wedding ceremony before and was so enthralled with the grace and ritual of it all.
Sheila and Eugene, I am beyond thrilled you chose me as your wedding photographer – it was a joy and a privilege, and a day I will always remember.
Here is a selection of images from the first part of the day, Part Two to follow soon – sign up to this blog or Like my Facebook page if you don’t want to miss it!