Carefree Marathi-Punjabi wedding in Mumbai
BY The WMG Bride | 04 May, 2016 | 422 views | 2 min read
A Nauvari Sari is not everyone's cup of tea, especially if you aren't a Maharashtrian bride, but Tamanna carried it off with aplomb and topped it off with the prettiest pastel blue jacket lehenga we have seen in a while. A simple wedding a whole lot of love and laughter, photographed by Anupa Shah Photography.
Meet Tamanna & Pankaj
"We are from Australia. It's a love marriage of a Marathi boy with a Punjabi girl and we found each other online. We were the happiest on our wedding day and it was amazing to have such a doting groom" says Tamanna.
The Maharashtrian Wedding
From The Bride: "I envisioned a small traditional Marathi wedding with few close friends and family ...thanks to Aura Grande for amazing food and hospitality. As a bride, I was a little apprehensive first about wearing the Marathi costume (since I am a Punjabi) but then realised how comfortable and colourful the saree was. I was a happy bride at the end! My input in my wedding was selecting the photographer, makeup & mehendi artist! Thanks to WMG for helping me find my amazing photographer(Anupa Shah), make up artists and mehendi artists" explains Tamanna. "It was a pleasure to have Anupa as our wedding photographer. She was very professional in her approach which was one of the main reasons for us to hire her. She is very creative and you definitely realise this once you get your pictures delivered to you. Candid shots were the best ones as Anupa knows what to focus on and how to get the best out of the mob" adds Tamanna. Vendors: Photography: Anupa Shah Photography Venue: Hotel Aura Grande-Andheri East Mehendi Artist: Saba Mehendi Artist Bride's Outfit: Kalki Fashion Accessories: Shoes by Kurt Geiger, UK Groom's Outfit: Politix, Australia Jewellery: Bansal & Sons, Delhi Catering: Hotel Aura Grande-Andheri East Makeup: Lakme Salon