Our eyes, once met, never leaving
Our lips, once pressed, never yielding
Our minds, once merged, never apart
Our hearts, once one, together always
The day had finally arrived, after three pre- wedding events for Ka’resh and Gitashaa Eshwar, it was the most important day in lives, “The Wedding Story”.
Their most talked about stylish, modern, trendy yet, traditional wedding ceremony was executed by some of the best of Durban’s A-LIST service providers.
Pundit Roshan Singh of Gauteng, a prominent Vedic astrologer, extremely eloquent and certainly a knowledgeable priests presided over this intimate affair.
The eleventh floor of the Coastlands Umhlanga Hotel was the venue, in which special guests witnessed the Sanathan Vedic proceedings and then indulged in a fine dinning experience. The sumptuous Indian cuisine, made up of a multiple of vegetarian curries, accompanied by hand made bread (Roti) was prepared by the hotel’s finest chefs, complimented by an assortment of exclusive sweet savouries and high tea.
Sadly, this radiant and super awesome couple and I were not allowed to meet for a couples pre- creative shoot before the wedding (I am honestly not sure when this silly and stupid scenario of “they are not allowe to see each before the wedding”. The person or priest that made up this load of rubbish is totally insane and unfair, depriving young newly weds of having stylish wedding photography…).
Eventually, I will have the honour of a re-shoot, it’s the hassle of the re- dress for the lovely bride and groom, not mentioning the unnecessary added costs.
Creative Direction / table linen / cutlery and crockery: Eresh Bhagwan of Bhagwans Caterers.
Set Design: Koogan and Sabash Pillay.
Flowers: The petal Lady, Aunty Kogie.
Sound: Kamal Shoamdutt
Priest: Roshan Singh
Bridal Stylists: Mark and Clint.
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