What do you know about magic? I gonna tell you – magic hides among ordinary small things. Be keen, listen gentle steps, and you will catch it on tail!
This is exactly what I felt on Shreeya and Sharad’s wedding – as a Katia in Wonderland! No, I have not seen white rabbit always running late, but I bet there was a Queen! And that day she gonna had her “dream of the life party” – Destination Wedding in Pushkar!! Her kingdom lies between Arawalli hills, her bedroom settled in white marble palace, encrusted with green garden and cyan water pool. All her women in bright colorful outfit as exotic birds gathered around her, but she was calm and confident about her beauty. It was celebration of colors, perfectly mixed with white palace and blue shiny sky. Have a look on another stunning day wedding in Rajasthan.
Sakshi and Rishabh were, what you may call “exactly my clients”: simple in behaviour though creative by nature. They were looking for photographer in Jaipur, and once we met, we agreed to shoot right a month before the wedding. Both guys are from this fascinating place (what became almost my home since the time), so our tripled creativity was put to explore beauty of “pink city”. I headed from Delhi to Jaipur late night and there we had 2 full days for our imagination to get blew away. On first day, we put all efforts to set right plan to shoot according to sun, place and outfits, moving here and there all around, arranging dresses, elephant and guitar… (see some more pre wedding shoots in Jaipur )We have so much to say from these pictures! All what those guys loved to do, all what they felt needed to be frozen for generations (nothing less than that!)… So,here we are. I am sure you will enjoy to see these pics all what we got, as same as we do!
Anyway, I am here to tell you something more exciting : ‘The wedding story’,which crowns lingering love of two college mates. They both are Marwaris, but Sakshi from Jain family, so we got cutest ‘day wedding’ with all that beautiful natural light and magic of pink mixed with golden. She chose to wear traditional Rajputana poshak of pink colour with soft green “kair” design. I absolutely loved it! It was accompanied with my favourite rakhdi (that circular typical rajputi tika).