Horetown house wedding.
I will to try to hold back on the superlatives when writing about James and Anusha’s wedding celebration. It took place over two days in the beautiful setting of Horetown house. Although we have photographed over 300 weddings I think its fair to say this weekend was unlike any other. Both Irish and Indian traditions were incorporated into the many different events that took place. The first day was full of dancing and singing performances, mostly by family and guests at the wedding as well as Sangeet and Henna. There was a very elaborate and traditional Hindu ceremony early the next morning. It was theatrical and very funny at times but there was also quite solemn parts. In the afternoon there was a more simple civil ceremony followed by some entertaining celtic drummers that definitely had the ladies excited! Apart from that I will let the images do the talking. It is a long post but hopefully it’s also a compelling story of an incredible weekend. Enjoy.
…and all that happened the day before. I told you it was a long post! So much more to come…keep scrolling.
The next day…
Venue: Horetown house
Wedding Planner: Rosie the Wedding Planner
Hair: Lorraine Browne
Make-Up: Shima Mistry
Florist: French touch Flowers
Videographer: Sinead from the Under the Apple Tree
Music: The Goods Band / The Celtic Drummers
Cake: Caroline Goulding Cake Designs
Stationary: Taaneya Balaji, IllustrationMuch
Sari: Sabyasachi Mukherjee
This is the perfect collection of moments from our wedding weekend!
From the beginning you and Adele were so easy to work with – ours was a non-traditional wedding with a gazillion moving parts, but you adapted to it and made us feel so comfortable being the center of attention the whole time you were with us. Thank you x a million for your time, your patience, and for capturing the richness and colours of our celebrations so beautifully.