Dean Robson Photography

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Hindu Wedding Photography at the Reid Rooms

June 28, 2010 on 5:28 pm | In - Wedding Photography Essex, - Weddings, Reid Rooms Wedding Photography | Comments Off on Hindu Wedding Photography at the Reid Rooms | Author Dean Robson

Last week I photographed Emma and Dharmendra’s wedding day at the Reid Rooms in Margaret Roding near Hatfield Heath and took my good friend Steve along as second photographer.

We arrived at the Reid Rooms quite early as the day was going to consist of two wedding ceremonies, the civil ceremony and the Hindu ceremony. We also captured some shots of the blessing of the mandap. We captured the pre-wedding and getting ready shots.

It was then time for the civil ceremony.

After the ceremony we captured some casual shots as well as the formal group photographs.

During the buffet lunch we borrowed the bride and groom for a couple of romantic photographs and the Reid Rooms has some stunning locations in the grounds.

It was time for the couple to go and get changed for the Hindu ceremony and the groom entered the courtyard first playing a flute.

The brides family greeted the groom and the priest performed some blessings, meanwhile the bride was getting ready.

It was time for the brides entrance and the ceremony began.

The groom had to pay to get his shoes back.

After the ceremony we took some more group shots as everyone had changed into Indian dress, and then took the couple for a couple of special photographs as well as lots of portraits of the guests.

It was then time for the main wedding meal. All the catering on the day was provided by Indus Catering ( and I must say the food was very good!

We then covered the speeches, the cutting of the cake and ofcourse the first dance.

We had an amazing day photographing Emma and Dharmendra’s day. If you are planning your Hindu wedding and would like a photographer please get in touch. I do have to insist on having two photographers at events like this as there is so much going on and it is a much longer shoot due to the two ceremonies.

By Dean Robson – RT Weddings (June 2010) Professional Wedding Photographer for Essex, Hertfordshire and Kent



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