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An Irish gentleman meets a beautiful Liverpudlian Indian girl, they come home from Australia to get married and have the most amazing, fantastic, fairytale wedding at the Hillbark Hotel in the Wirral.

Neha and Connie are two of the nicest people I have met, I was thrilled to be part of their wedding celebrations! I love multicultural weddings, especially when you can see how beautifully the two families have bonded. Both Neha and Connie’s families are kind, generous, emotional and they sure know how to have a party!

Neha looked stunning in her Maggie Sottero dress at the civil ceremony and later changed into a gorgeous gold lace Indian lengha. She looked stunning! Neha also had 3 stunning bridesmaids, who brought so much fun and laughter with them.

I loved the moments between Neha and her mum, who was brilliant on the dance floor as were the guests. When the Indians and the Irish get together, it’s one massive party.

The guiness was flowing, the fireworks were set, followed by a mixture of Bhangra, Bollywood and Irish dancing at the evening reception which meant a full dance floor and epic moves!

Thank you to Luke Bell for second shooting the wedding with me and driving me there and back whilst I was 8.5 months pregnant ๐Ÿ™‚

Here are some of my favourites from the day.

Bhav x x x

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  • Tobiah TayoJuly 1, 2016 - 5:00 pm

    Wow – what an epic wedding. So many great photos! The colours, the emotions and the details all captured brilliantly! Loved it!ReplyCancel

    • BhavnaJuly 1, 2016 - 5:57 pm

      Thank you so much Tobiah ๐Ÿ™‚ It was such a fab wedding to be a part of x xReplyCancel

  • AaronJuly 6, 2016 - 2:55 pm

    Beautifully documented, their story told with perfection and dedication. I love it Bhavna, it’s some great wedding photography right here! ๐Ÿ™‚ReplyCancel

  • Mary FeeApril 3, 2017 - 6:59 pm

    Absolutely wonderful, breathtaking work!ReplyCancel

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Everyone loves aย fun Gujarati wedding, this London wedding was exactly that, from start to finish. Two days of full on dhamaal and masti.

Manesh and Anju are just adorable, they make a wonderful couple and their families are extremely welcoming and generous.

I’ve never been to a wedding where the Groom had Groomswomen, Manesh has the most incredible set of friends who made this wedding so amazing. In fact it was through one of these friends that he met Anju, and their love affair began. They have a love for good food and a good party!

Anju and her sisters have a super special bond too, you can see that emotional connection during her vidai. I may have cried behind the camera too! Although a fun Gujarati wedding, this was also an incredibly emotional Hindu wedding.

The Gujarati wedding games that took place at Manesh’s parental home were so much fun! Blind folding the couple whilst they try to open the sacred threads – brilliant idea! Even more brilliant was the the Personalised Guess Who game that they had to play,ย I loved that.

The reception was one big party, as you can see there were some epic moves on the dance floor.

Thanks to Naveed Badal who second shot the wedding day with me, whilst I was heavily pregnant.


Bhav x x x

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