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{Real Wedding} Reshma & Mark

We love the rich red and golds used  at  this Indian wedding. It can’t get more traditional than this and we love it :)

Chip Litherland, from Eleven Weddings Photography did a fabulous job covering this wedding.

Enjoy the wedding pictures below!

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From the photographer:

I worked with the lovely Reshma and Mark for two days of their wedding, which was an absolute explosion of eye candy.  Their traditional ceremony held at the South Florida Museum was full of reds and golds that caught every flicker of a candle and seemed to glow as the sun set over the flower-strewn venue.  Their wedding planning was done almost entirely themselves.

Reshma and Mark were great to work with and every one of their family and friends were wonderful to be around.  I’m a working photojournalist for magazines and newspapers, so when I shoot weddings I approach it the same way as I do for editorial gigs.  I am there just to document real moments as they happen with a creative eye that is as unique as my brides and grooms.
It doesn’t really get much more visual, and I was blessed to have the trust of Reshma and Mark on their day – although, I hate to say it, but it was really like shooting fish-in-a-barrel.  A gorgeous bride and groom was only the icing on the cake for someone that spends their days chasing color and light as I do.  Their wedding was a visual playground and I had an insanely hard time putting my camera down at the end of the night.

Here’s to many, many years of happiness for Reshma and Mark.



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Author: Candice | Posted on: July 8, 2011 at 9:39 am | Posted under: Indian Weddings, Real Weddings, Wedding Photography, Wedding Planning | Bookmark the permalink | Post a comment or leave a trackback: Trackback URL

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