Second shooting some Daventry Hindu wedding photography with Bhavna Barratt was brilliant. I’ve worked with her several times now, and the day is always full of fun and laughter. And as ever, she’s always super happy for me to shoot tons of film photography throughout the day. If you’ve stalked my other pages on this site, you already know I’m addicted to shooting weddings on my analog cameras. I’ve raved on and on about the details, and the colours – and that applies to Indian weddings, too!
Bhavna and I spent the day at Daventry Court Hotel for this Nottinghamshire wedding. Needless to say, I loved the Baraat and Aarti, as always they were amazing to be a part of. Their crisp, white and red mandap for the ceremony looked brilliantly vibrant, and the ceremony itself was ace. I loved that the couple were totally up for a gorgeous photo session after the ceremony. We whisked them over to a nearby park, and made good friends with the ducks! It was amazingly peaceful out there, perfect for their photos. The swans on the lake looked stunning, and made a really nice touch to their photos. The couple were totally laid back, not worrying about anything the whole time. I’ve said it so many times – trusting your photographer makes life so much easier…
Back at the hotel for a quick outfit change and then on to the evening reception – needless to say there was plenty more dancing and celebrations! If there’s ever a time when you’re going to see just about every single guest on the dance floor at some point, it’s an Indian wedding. The fact that everyone joins in the celebrations is just the best thing EVER. Young or old, no one cares. It’s ace. I could honestly be a part of it until I got kicked out, or pass out. Whichever happens first.
Massive thanks to Bhavna for having me along for this, and allowing me to share my film faves from the daytime! And of course, huge congratulations to this gorgeous couple on their fab wedding. xx
Daventry Hindu Wedding Photography – Gallery
All of these Daventry Hindu wedding photography images are shot on analog film cameras. Deets for film lovin’ geeks: Dev and scan – Carmencita Film Lab | Fuji 160NS/400h | P645n