Snohomish Indian Wedding With Megan and Mo
This wedding goes down in the books for me as a 1st and last experience. 1st time doing an Indian Wedding and the last wedding to ever be held at the Snohomish Event center was a joyful day yet very sad to see it close its doors as a wedding venue after this October 2017 wedding.
When We meet with Megan and Mo about being their wedding photographer we were not only excited because they are an amazing couple with a great story of their relationship and are adventurous and love to write their own story but they are also a word of mouth couple, we had worked with Megan 2 years prior when she was a bridesmaid for another couple. We were so excited to be apart of their beginning to their journey as a married couple.
The day began like all of our weddings with getting ready and a tiny bit of nervousness the feel was playful yet serious because we had a lot of traditions we had to follow to make this day a special Hindu Wedding.
Megan wear her beautiful Burgundy Bridal Lehenga with all the traditional jewellery.. Mohit Wore traditional Wedding Sherwanis. we placed them at the bottom of the steps for a 1st look. Megan walked up behind Mohit and placed her henna hands over his eyes before he turned around to see her the moment was beautiful and it built to the excitement of the day.
This is a link to the Hindu Ceremony Break down
Florist: Nalini Niranjan
Wedding Planner: Nalini Niranjan
Sweeties: Libby & Indian Caterers
Makeup : Iloina Osborn
Hair: Laura Smith Wentworth
Jewlery: From India
Rentail: Sweet Buffet Ladys
Horse: Country Wagon
Videographer: John Homes (Final Cut)
Photographer: Stephanie Walls Photography
After everyone was dressed the Next Tradition was under way the Baraat
Baraat (Hindi: बरात) (Urdu: برات) is a groom’s wedding procession in North India, West India and Pakistan. In North Indian communities, it is customary for the bridegroom to travel to the wedding venue (often the bride’s house) on a mare, accompanied by his family members.
Kanyadaan – the giving away of daughter by the father
Vivaah Sanskar Hindu Ceremony