An exceptional and an incredible marriage ceremony of Deepak and Olivia that would never leave our memory. The bride was British and that spoke about the distinctiveness of the wedding. The bride and the groom, medical professionals as they are, ensured a sort of class and a traditional touch in every bit of the ceremonies associated with their marriage. Surprising was the fact that the bride’s parents knew every nuances of the Vedic practices and they complied diligently to all the rituals of the holy nuptial.
It all started with the Sangeet, organized at My Fortune, Chennai. The function was accompanied by a dance sequence that was well choreographed. The vivid dance was followed by touching speech from the kith and kin of the bride and the groom. They were expressive and full of emotions. The 40 odd British nationals who were friends of the bride and the groom graced the occasion and sure they would have felt elated as we were.
The proceeding evening saw a dazzling Janavasam, also with a backdrop dance. The Janavasam was immediately followed by the ceremonial Nichayam on the stage. Our lenses never missed to capture all those wonderful moments and the gleeful smile on the faces of those attended. The Nichayam was indeed classical and was intensely traditional. The sister of the bride along with the other British who attended the ceremony were dressed up in Indian attire and that was the cynosure of all eyes.
The evening Vilayadal was fun filled and amusing. The groom’s shoe was hidden and there was a whole lot of entertainment that hovered around it. Altogether it was a remarkable and a phenomenal marriage function and we were glad to be part of it.