Chandni Grand Wedding Brampton Trisha and Omar
Beautiful Indian wedding of Omar and Trisha’s majestic wedding ceremony
Now this is what we have been eagerly waiting for. A big, fat Indian wedding. If you have never been to an Indian wedding let us tell you that it’s a grand affair.
With traditional attire, food and music, laughter, cheerfulness and all relatives getting together, it is something worth witnessing. Loud music, elaborate menu, colorful dresses and traditional ceremonies make an Indian wedding really special. Sometimes it becomes sheer madness too. And it is not easy to capture all these through lens. As Toronto wedding photographer, we were lucky to witness one.
Let’s start with the bridal wear. Look at the bright red dress with intricate designs. It is called lehenga. And now look at Trisha, how resplendent she is looking in that dress. The jewelries she is wearing are part of bridal wear. The design on her hand is made from natural herbs and is called mehendi. It takes hours to make it!
Red is considered auspicious in Indian culture and thus you would find it dominating their weddings. We didn’t want to miss any of the wedding preparations and thus took a few snaps of how Trisha and Omar got ready. Complete with makeup and that red head cover, isn’t Trisha looking like the oriental princess you have seen in books and movies?
We could have continued taking Trisha’s photos unless someone reminded us of the prince-to-get-wed-soon. Omar is no less than a prince. If you have any doubt, look at his royal attire consisting of the sherwani and headgear. Is it less than any crown?
Omar is a jovial guy. He is spontaneous and readily agrees to pose for us. However, when we saw tears rolling down his cheeks we knew how emotional he was.
Like any beautiful Indian wedding, a lot of musical instruments were played. The groom arrived riding a horse amidst much applause. A grand procession, Indian rituals, music and dance, everything were there to keep our cameras busy.
The reception area was decorated in vibrant red with flowers, candles and idols of Indian gods in this Toronto Indian wedding. Omar performed all the rituals earnestly. We went frenzy clicking photos of the wedding rituals, each one having its own significance.
After the official wedding ceremony was over, it was perfect time to capture the newlyweds interact with each other during our photo session. We did that in style. Trisha glowed in the shots as she held Omar’s hand and stood beside him. Don’t miss the shy smile on their faces.
It was time for the reception. With chandeliers, rich curtains, flowers and lights, it was a dream come true. The night came alive with music, dance, magic and fun. You can catch our Toronto wedding photographer too with the camera.
We hope that for Omar and Trisha life becomes a grand party and they continue to enjoy themselves.
Would love to thank to all amazing team of Wedding vendors we had that day :
Neha Chopra – SAWCplanners for organizing and directing such a great event.
Wedding Venue - Chandni Grand Banquet hall
Absolutely stunning decor – INDS Decor
AV and Lighting – Empire Entertainment
Amazing bridal Make Up and Hair by Azmeree
Wedding Cake – Something sweet
Beautiful Samba Dancers - Tropicana Queens