The vibrancy and colour of an Incredible Indian Braxted Park Wedding makes it a delight to photograph, which is why I was so pleased to be invited to Incredible Indian Braxted Park Wedding to help capture one loving couple’s happy day this month.
Both bride and groom looked beautiful in their ornate traditionally Indian wedding dress, and their love for each other, and happiness at the day, really shines through every photograph. The brides two piece dress was highlighted with an ornate pink and gold veil which coordinated perfectly with the gold brocade of the groom’s jacket.
Indian weddings tend to be large community affairs, meaning there are hundreds of guests to photograph and interact with: something I find very enjoyable! Braxted Park is a beautiful stately home, and the perfect venue for a large Indian wedding, whilst still retaining a very traditional feel. First constructed in 1342, Braxted Park is an imposing building that sits on acres of land, meaning it has many natural gardens perfect for relaxed wedding photography of the Bride and Groom.
Following their traditional Indian and legal English ceremonies, the happy couple remained at Braxted park for their wedding breakfast and party: an elaborate affair that consisted of a towering three tier cake and hours of high octane dancing. As the confetti fell, family and friends gathered together to ensure that this was a day the couple would never forget and, as their Indian Wedding Photographer, I was there to capture every moment.
It was clear to see that this is a couple who are very much in love, and who were truly thrilled to be joining together as man and wife and embarking on an exciting new life together. I hope their enjoy a long and happy marriage, and am thrilled to have been involved in providing them with photographs they will cherish forever.
I am delighted to provide the best Indian Wedding Photography available in the UK, and work hard to get to know all of my couples, to ensure they are relaxed and comfortable when I am taking their photograph. This commitment shines through in these images, where the couple are relaxed and truly able to enjoy every moment of their first hours as newly-weds.
If you are considering Braxted Park for your Indian wedding venue and are looking for the best Indian wedding photography from a photographer with experience in shooting at your venue, and get the best possible photos of your special day, then why not get in touch? I would love to get to know you, and find out more about your wedding. It would be an honour to be involved in making it as memorable as possible.
Linda and Tomek chose to head to Poland for their destination wedding, and enjoy the natural rustic beauty that the country has to offer. The couple married in a traditional Polish church, surrounded by all of their loved ones, friends and family, and then embraced nature with a modern barn-style wedding reception.
Linda looked truly breath taking in a simple fitted two piece lace and tulle gown with cutaway details at the waist and a fitted skirt that moved in the breeze as she walked. The gown was teamed with a simple pink flower in her hair, and for her bouquet Linda chose to carry a bouquet of Polish wildflowers, which suited her gown perfectly. Tomek complemented his bride by looking very dapper in a navy blue fitted suit and matching bow tie pared with a blue and white polka dotted shirt.
Once their wedding ceremony was over and they were joined as husband and wife, the party really started for this fun-loving couple, who obviously wanted to make the most of every minute of their best destination wedding in Poland. The happy couple laughed, danced, and encouraged everyone present at their wedding to be a part of the fun from the minute the day began to the minute the day ended. After they had eaten their traditional wedding breakfast, Linda even switched her skirt for a shorter version teamed with trainers rather than heels at the reception, so that she could dance, run, and enjoy every aspect of her big day to its fullest. It was truly joyful to watch.
Embracing the natural tones of their surroundings, their colour scheme was very rustic and naturalistic: the couple pared shades of cream and brown together with plenty of natural wildflowers and green leaves to create one of the most beautiful rustic wedding themes that I have seen.
They also made the most of the venue’s outside space, choosing to have many of their group photos taken in the lush green meadows that surrounded their destination wedding venue.
This was one of the best destination wedding Poland wedding that I have ever been invited to be a part of, and I was privileged to be able to capture so many unique details from Linda and Tomek’s special day.
Poland was clearly the best destination wedding location for this wonderful couple, who were beaming with delight throughout the day. It was a true honour to have been chosen as their best destination wedding Poland photographer, and to have been a part of their big day.
I love to photograph destination weddings and capture the light in different parts of the world, so to have visited Poland with this couple was a true privilege.
If you are having a destination wedding in Poland and would like a versatile photographer who combines modern photography techniques with traditional styles for a unique affect, please do get in touch here. I would be delighted to share my portfolio and my experience with you.
2015 has been an incredible year for Zibi Photography. We have had the privilege to photograph dozens of incredible, thoughtful, beautiful and romantic weddings all over the world, and have delighted in sharing in the love of many couples as they begin their new journey into married life.
At Zibi Photography we always want to be at the forefront of wedding photography innovation, and are constantly researching new wedding photography styles and techniques in order to ensure that every wedding photograph we take looks simultaneously modern and timeless. Photography is constantly changing, and that is just one of the things that makes it such a wonderful and exciting field to work in.
The other thing that ensures we enjoy our work to the fullest is the wonderful and eclectic collection of people we get to work with. We enjoy meeting couples for their engagement or pre-wedding photoshoots, listening to the details as they plan their wedding and share their vision for their dream wedding photography, and then being able to make that vision come to life when the happy day arrives. As the best Wiltshire wedding photographer available in the region, and one of the finest wedding photographers in the country, we are still excited and humbled when new couples choose to work with us for their wedding photography, and share their vision for their perfect day. Your wedding day is likely to be one of the happiest days of your life, and your wedding photography will serve as a constant reminder of that: being responsible for creating those photographs is a genuine pleasure.
To all of our happy 2015 wedding couples, we wish you a long life full of love and continued happiness. To those couples we look forward to working with in 2016, we are excited to welcome your Big Days and hope that the planning and organisation is going as smoothly as possible. We are confident that you have chosen the best Wiltshire wedding photographer for your special day, and we are excited to share it with you.
As the best Wiltshire wedding photographer 2015 has seen me travel all over the country, and all over the world, to photograph an incredible wide array of beautiful and amazing weddings. Here are just a few of my favourite shots that have been taken over the past 12 months. Happy New Year to you all:
Ruth and Avi choose to hold their wedding reception at The Bloomsbury Ballroom on the 12 April 2015, following their wedding ceremony at a nearby West London synagogue: a beautiful building with a rich history.
Ruth looked every inch a beautiful bride, wearing a white mermaid dress with a tulle skirt and beautiful intricate lace overlay. She teamed the dress with a double layered tulle veil and accessorised with delicate drop earrings. Avi meanwhile looked dapper in a modern, slim fitting suit teamed with a pink tie and handkerchief , before later changing into a formal tuxedo for the wedding reception.
The wedding was a traditional Jewish wedding and reflected the couple’s rich shared cultural history. It was a wedding filled with fun, laughter, and hundreds of family and friends. The couple spent much of the evening laughing and dancing with their loved ones, whilst also sharing special moments with each other. The Bloomsbury Ballroom was the perfect venue for this wedding, offering a huge and imposing dance floor that suddenly felt very intimate once it was filled with all of the happy, dancing wedding guests.
The fun nature of the wedding reflected Avi and Ruth’s fun loving and happy personalities, and their love for each other clearly shined through every aspect of the special event. It was a privilege to be a part of it.
Once again, I was shooting as the second photographer with David Morgan for this wedding, which enabled me to really focus on capturing all the beautiful details that the wedding party had worked so hard to create for their special day. It was wonderful to be invited to offer my Jewish wedding photography services and photograph a Bloomsbury Ballroom wedding so full of wonderful tradition, and at such a beautiful venue. If you are holding a wedding at the Bloomsbury Ballroom and are looking for a photographer with experience of shooting at the venue, then please do get in touch.