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There is nothing that can compare with the extravagant display of the Pakistani Indian wedding. Traditionally Pakistani marriages are arranged by two close families. This has been a tradition which......

There is nothing that can compare with the extravagant display of the Pakistani Indian wedding. Traditionally Pakistani marriages are arranged by two close families. This has been a tradition which has been in integrated part of Pakistani culture for centuries. Pakistani weddings take an enormous time to repair. From the engagement to the actual wedding day is usually a year or more. Even the engagement ceremony also called Mangi, is an extravagant affair. The actual wedding celebration surrounds the ritual of the “Nikah” or marriage contract. And Islamic Imam will oversee the couples union. Pakistani Indian weddings are truly an amazing site and an intoxicating joy for the senses through music, rituals, celebrations, and motions, colors and culture.
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  • 1. Carlos & Sadia Indian Wedding Album Design Your special day will be filled with memories to be treasured forever.   It is truly an honor for us to celebrate and capture these occasions with brides and groom. Simply the <a href=http:// www.curtiscopeland.com>best wedding photography in Fort Lauderdale</a> 954-881-5025
  • 2. Within the Indian weddings vernacular, Bariksha Refers to when the groom and brideʼs parents have shown friendly for thoughts about their childrenʼs becoming betrothed. To renounce the coupleʼs engagement is frowned upon within the Indian societiesʼ norms, but is acceptable. http://www.kaneesha.com © Curtis Copeland and Copeland Photography LLC All rights reserved - none of these images may be used in whole or part without written approval from Curtis Copeland or Copeland Photography LLC
  • 3. Tilak is a delightful celebration when the brideʼs parents visit the grooms place to officiate the couples courtship. This taste is typically comprised of only close members of their family. http://www.homeindia.com © Curtis Copeland and Copeland Photography LLC All rights reserved - none of these images may be used in whole or part without written approval from Curtis Copeland or Copeland Photography LLC.
  • 4. Byaha Haath is a beautiful ritual in which the bride and groom him cleanse the body, mind and soul. This daylong service is replete with pump, protocol, formalities and uniquely distinct etiquette. This is when the families begin to bond amongst themselves. http://www.deshvidesh.com © Curtis Copeland and Copeland Photography LLC All rights reserved - none of these images may be used in whole or part without written approval from Curtis Copeland or Copeland Photography LLC.
  • 5. Indian weddings is an extremely large industry which is expected to grow approximately 25% per year. Western marriages and Indian weddings are dramatically different. http://www.indianweddingdeal.com © Curtis Copeland and Copeland Photography LLC All rights reserved - none of these images may be used in whole or part without written approval from Curtis Copeland or Copeland Photography LLC.
  • 6. Indian wedding photography http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_wedding_photography is radically different than a typical American wedding. The colors, backgrounds, timelines, ceremonies, rituals, and length are all quite distinctive. http://www.shaadionline.com © Curtis Copeland and Copeland Photography LLC All rights reserved - none of these images may be used in whole or part without written approval from Curtis Copeland or Copeland Photography LLC.
  • 7. The bold brilliant colors stand in stark contrast to the black-and-white color palette of a Western marriage. Indian marriages are usually a very communal affair. The bridegroom is usually paraded through the streets and even the modest Indian wedding can have several hundred guests. http://anuradhaweddingdecorators.com © Curtis Copeland and Copeland Photography LLC All rights reserved - none of these images may be used in whole or part without written approval from Curtis Copeland or Copeland Photography LLC.
  • 8. The norm in these situations is for the photographer to photograph a picture of each guest which includes the bride and groom. As you can well imagine, wedding photography is a significant business endeavor both in the United States and India. http://www.royalweddingindia.com © Curtis Copeland and Copeland Photography LLC All rights reserved - none of these images may be used in whole or part without written approval from Curtis Copeland or Copeland Photography LLC.
  • 9. Generally typically Indian wedding celebrations continue on and do not stop proposed photography. This calls for an <a href=http://www.curtiscopeland.com> indian wedding photographer</a> with photojournalistic skills of the highest caliber. © Curtis Copeland and Copeland Photography LLC All rights reserved - none of these images may be used in whole or part without written approval from Curtis Copeland or Copeland Photography LLC.
  • 10. Some of the more dynamic moments usually captured in Indian wedding photography are: Mehndi, which is a henna pattern adorning the palms of the bride indicating she is ready for her groom. Wedding jewelry is often ornate and elaborate. The groom will typically emerge on the horse, elephant or other dramatic entrance. The ceremony itself takes place in a mandap. Which is a intricately ornate tent in which the couple will take their vows. http://www.yourasianwedding.com © Curtis Copeland and Copeland Photography LLC All rights reserved - none of these images may be used in whole or part without written approval from Curtis Copeland or Copeland Photography LLC.
  • 11. Groom and bride slowly walking around the sacred fire Tying the mangalasutra Bidaai this is a uniquely Indian rite where the bride cries as she leaves her parents house. Wedding portraits: Traditionally,these are usually very somber and solemn looking images. However, the trend has been for these images to be more bright and celebratory. http://www.indianweddingday.com © Curtis Copeland and Copeland Photography LLC All rights reserved - none of these images may be used in whole or part without written approval from Curtis Copeland or Copeland Photography LLC.
  • 12. Currently the wedding industry in India is over $10 billion a year! For couples who want to wed in their home country it can often be a challenge finding wedding photographers that are available during the wedding season. http://www.weddingdecorators.com © Curtis Copeland and Copeland Photography LLC All rights reserved - none of these images may be used in whole or part without written approval from Curtis Copeland or Copeland Photography LLC.
  • 13. As wedding photographers we are acutely aware of the cultural aspects of the Indian wedding photography. We understand and respect the symbolism of the rituals, the rights and beliefs which make up this revered observance. For the Indian community is more than a simple sacrament it is a form of worship. With us for us as wedding photographers we must be familiar with the specific protocol, decorum in formalities which embody the Indian wedding ceremony. <a href=http://www.curtiscopeland.com>Indian Wedding Photographers </a> http://www.exoticindianweddings.com © Curtis Copeland and Copeland Photography LLC All rights reserved - none of these images may be used in whole or part without written approval from Curtis Copeland or Copeland Photography LLC.
  • 14. But there are also variations within the Indian weddings. Hindu, Punjabi and Pakistani are all uniquely district in their cemremonial rites and rituals. Punjabi wedding traditions are expressions of the Punjabi culture. There are Sikhs and Muslim weddings which take place both in Pakistan or Urdu. Among Hindus, the sacrament is usually conducted in Sanskrit. These traditions have evolved over time and are notorious for delightful dances colorful dress and delicious spicy food. http://www.indianweddingsite.com © Curtis Copeland and Copeland Photography LLC All rights reserved - none of these images may be used in whole or part without written approval from Curtis Copeland or Copeland Photography LLC.
  • 15. One of the most energetic moments in a Punjabi, Hindu or Pakistani Indian wedding is the “Rut Jugga”. This is a dance usually located in a fabulously decorated home. The “Rut Jugga” will last late into the night and even early into the morning. It is a very loud celebration with much joy, dancing and food. http://www.indiaweddingplanner.com © Curtis Copeland and Copeland Photography LLC All rights reserved - none of these images may be used in whole or part without written approval from Curtis Copeland or Copeland Photography LLC.
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  • 52. Carlos & Sadia Indian Wedding Album Design
  • 53. Indian Wedding Photography - Available Worldwide - 954-881-5025