Colorful Telugu wedding in Hyderabad.
BY The WMG Bride | 17 Apr, 2015
South Indian weddings tend to make for some of the best pictures- perhaps because they are morning affairs with a ton of hustle bustle and color, or perhaps it's because of some of the unique customs which make for great photo ops. This Hyderabad affair shot by Amar Ramesh features a beautiful bride in a raspberry pink Kanjivaram and a couple that has known each others' family since childhood.
Meet Sahithi and KrishSahithi recounts "We met at my cousins baby shower party , and though that was the first time I saw him, I have known his mom from childhood. After that party I was in touch with him as I was applying for internships in his company ( I was doing my masters at that time ) and somewhere in between, work and long conversations we felt something special" PS: Readers, do comment below if you could tell us more about South Indian customs about the throwing rice, and the dupatta kept in front of the bride, and the little matka the bride brings in her hand and what they all signify. From the bride: Once our parents knew about us, they were only too happy and wanted us to get married , but that didn't mean it was any less romantic :). I was proposed to at Brooklyn Bridge and it was beautiful! In terms of the actual wedding prep, our parents really planned the whole event for us, I was involved mostly in my outfits and dance preparations for the sangeet but for everything else our parents pulled it off !
Venue: Sangeet at Golkonda Hotel | Makeup : Tamanna Rooz Brides outfit: Sangeet lehenga (viewable in full gallery) in Neerus Emporio , Wedding kanjivaram saris from Mandir, Hyderabad | Grooms outfit: Origins | Photographer:Amar Ramesh | Jewellery: Musadilal | Video: Shaadigrapher [handbook] [vendor]