Inder & Diane’s wedding was my first multi-day Indian wedding and it did not disappoint. It was multi-faith and was jammed packed with excitement, emotion and amazing genuineness amongst the relatively smaller crowd (for an Indian wedding). However, the smaller size did not make it any less outrageous of a party as you will see with the overwhelming number of awesome dancing and party photos. The dance party is usually my favourite part and it happened no less than 5 different times – sorry in advance if you don’t like dancing photos hehe.
The weekend started off on Friday at Inder’s house with the Maiya and Roce ceremonies – a morning of harassment for him and some groomsmen/relatives. Things quickly got out of hand and they ended up soaked in coconut milk and covered in dried turmeric from head to toe – but it made for absolutely hilarious photos.
Diane had her Maticoor on Friday evening and it was filled with sentimental moments and fun and of course dancing. Inder had his Sangeet on Friday evening and it was an absolute blast as well.
Saturday was the jam packed day with Diane starting to get ready at 3am for the Sikh ceremony at the Gurdwara Shaheedgarh Sahib in Hamilton. Afterwards we headed over to Dundern Castle in Hamilton to do some bride & groom portraits followed by the Hindu ceremony in Brampton at the Bhavani Shankar Mandir. The Hindu ceremony was followed up with food – absolutely delicious – and of course dancing until we were kicked out of the venue.
Sunday was the wedding reception held at the Mississauga Convention Centre which was an absolute blast and we got some really unique photos at night and turned the venue into a private coliseum in the middle of nowhere. Finally the night ended again with dancing until we all got kicked out.
Thanks so much guys for trusting me with your big day. It was a wedding I will not soon forget.
P.S. Thanks to Chelsea, Kyle and Pete K for assisting me throughout the weekend.