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Austin, TX Wedding | Amanda + Burjis

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Sometimes you have a good feeling about people the moment you start interacting with them. Amanda’s initial e-mail was a perfect example of that. Their wedding was at Camp Lucy in the Texas hill country. It was a very warm day as one would suspect for a summer day in Texas but that didn’t stop them from tying the knot with traditions incorporated from both of their cultures into their ceremony. Amanda surprised Burjis with an Indian, sangeet inspired, dance at the beginning of the reception that all of the bridal party joined in on. Amazingly sweet clients like them remind me how worthwhile and rewarding this job can be.

Orlando, FL Indian Wedding | Punya + Ravi

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Punya & Ravi first came to us over a year in advance for their wedding festivities. They had a lot to plan for a 3 day affair with around 300 in attendance, most of it being planned from afar in Texas. Not to mention they also made their move to Los Angeles soon after the wedding! Punya & Ravi have had one crazy year. The events started on a Friday afternoon at Punya’s family home and ended in the wee hours of Monday morning at the Hilton Hotel Bonnet Creek in Orlando, FL. It was 3 solid days of events full of tradition, delicious food, and some of the best dancing I’ve seen as many of their friends used to dance for their university. I’ve secretly always wanted to be invited to an Indian celebration so I could wear a beautiful salwer kameez like I see at so many of the Indian events I photograph. I mentioned this to one of Punya’s aunts and she insisted that I pick a few (3!) out for the various events over the weekend. I could definitely get used to shooting in these :) [additional photos by Snap studiobooth at the end] As always, it has been a blast getting to know people from all over who practice different traditions and who are as kind, intelligent, & fun as Punya & Ravi.

Austin Indian Wedding | Ana + Tony

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To say that I love multi-cultural weddings is an understatement. Ana & Tony had a cultural and festive affair combining their Brazilian & Indian families together. Their wedding took place right on Lake Travis at Villa del Lago and while the rain threatened us it ended up being a beautiful day without a drop during the events. Everything from their two ceremonies, attire, & food represented both sides of the family (and of course, a little bit of Texas!). Tony rode into the ceremony on a white horse and, as tradition holds, had his shoes stolen by the bride’s sisters! There was no shortage of delicious food at the wedding; in between the ceremonies ice cream was served by Good Times Austin, they served traditional Indian food for dinner, Brazilian desserts were made by Ana’s family, not to mention two cakes, and late night snacks. Even with a packed dance floor we were able to sneak away for few minutes to take photos utilizing the awesome uplighting. They exited the reception with sparklers which always gives the ending to the night a spark ;)

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Austin Wedding | Sarah + Alok

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Sarah & Alok are such a sweet couple. They actually live in Cleveland, Ohio but they fell in love with the idea of having a destination wedding in Austin so all their friends and family could enjoy this amazing city. Mercury Hall was the perfect setting for their relaxed yet elegant wedding which was a beautiful blend of Indian and American cultures. Becky from Pearl Events worked her magic again to bring details of both family’s together in perfect harmony with the help of Stems Floral. The brides dress design was selected at Sahil Boutique in Chicago then made in India. Since they were having an Indian-American wedding, she wanted a white or ivory gown, the traditional Indian bridal color is red, but chose to incorporate American tradition with a white gown. The gold detailing complimented the wedding color scheme perfectly. True to Austin style the food was catered by a local favorite food truck, East Side Kings and instead of a cake, they had a bunch of personal pies made by Tiny Pies. The live band, Buzz and the Blue Cats, really set the tone for the evening and brought a unique vibe to the evening.

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