Hindu Wedding Cinematography

Hamish & Krupa

The Hindu wedding ceremony took place at the Terminal 5 Hilton Hotel, a luxurious modern ballroom venue with state of the art lighting to create the perfect ambience. We've covered so many weddings at this venue (especially Hindu weddings) and every time a completely different look has been realised and this time was no exception. For the Hindu wedding ceremony the Gallery Room was setup theatre style facing the Mandap, within which the Hindu wedding ceremony took place. Hamish and Krupa had opted for a traditional elegant Mandap formed by intricately carved wooden pillars with a fabric canopy. In contrast they had opted for feather centrepieces for the evening with a striking black and white theme and an atmospheric purple lighting design harping back to the art deco era of the 1920s and 1930s. 

Krupa wore two amazing wedding sarees. For the Hindu wedding ceremony she wore a gorgeous red and white saree and for the evening a stunning and bold rich orange and deep blue saree. Hamish arrived in a stunning open top black Ferrari and was welcomed to the wedding by the bride's family.

The priest did a great job in explaining the intricacies of the sacred Hindu Wedding ceremony and at the same time bringing a great sense of humour and fun to the proceedings. This part of the day finished with the vidaai which is the bride's goodbye. A great Indian tradition to give family and friends a moment to cry their hearts out!  

The evening part of the day began with a drinks reception before the guests were ushered into the Gallery Room which had been totally transformed from the wedding ceremony look. The DJs STING did a great job mixing bollywood, bhangra and English songs and the party carried on until the early hours of the morning.

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Sheetal and Birpal

These guys had two weddings and an epic reception party at Riverside Banqueting.

The Hindu wedding ceremony took place at the Shree Swaminarayan Temple and was conducted by Pt Vasudev Mehta.

The Sikh Wedding took place at the Guru Nanak Sikh Academy, Hayes. This was followed by the reception at Riverside Banqueting.


She wore three stunning outfits and her looks created by Raji Lall (MUA).  

Look out for Sheetal's Bollywood dance to Dil Le Gayee.


Meenal and Raj

This amazing wedding took place the Syon Hilton, a truly impressive venue.

The ceremony was conducted by Pt Vasudev Mehta, who is always a pleasure to work with and brings a great sense of professionalism and light heartedness to the wedding.

Meenal and Raj walked into their reception to the sounds of Sax and cut their cake before the performance of their first dance.

Neeraj & Sunita

The wedding took place at the Sofitel Terminal 5 Hotel, Heathrow. A fabulous 5 star contemporary hotel. The Hindu wedding ceremony was held in the Arora Suite which is an absolutely massive room with capacity for upto 1000 guests or an Indian wedding with a huge dancefloor area!

On the morning of the wedding, the groom Neeraj was driven up to the venue in a pearl white Rolls Royce Phantom - the epitome of luxury. Upon entering the venue he was met by the bride's family who demanded a vast sum of money before he would be allowed to enter! All in good fun of course. Following which the milnis took place where the families were introduced to each other and in the spirit of good fun (and competition!)  they try to lift up each other.

The Hindu wedding ceremony was conducted by Pundit Sunil Agnihotri and he demystified the meaning of the Sanskrit mantras from ancient Vedic scriptures.

The evening reception began with a cocktail hour where plenty of entertainment and food and drink were provided before the guests were ushered into the Ballroom and Neeraj and Sunita made a memorable entrance to the sounds of sax and dhol! They kicked of the evenings celebrations with their first dance and partied until 1am with further dhol pieces and dance competitions.

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