Earlier on this week on my Facebook page I promised to share a few more images from Rebecca and Chris’ wedding at The Carriage Hall. So I had the pleasure to send these previews over to them whilst they sipped wine in the South of France and now keeping to my word I’m sharing them with you.
A great way to see in a Bank Holiday weekend and I’m pretty sure all of those that were part of it would agree.
As usual you can also view and share these previews on my Facebook page.
As promised, today we conclude the Fusion Wedding of Kirran and Rob with images from their wedding reception at Kelham Hall.
Having travelled from RAF Cranwell in Lincolnshire, the wedding continued in Nottinghamshire at Kelham Hall where Kirran prepared for the next part of the celebrations.
The horsepower for Rob’s Baraat was uniquely different to the traditional with Rob opting for his Dad’s Kit car, accompanied by his family dancing to the beat of The Band of The Royal Air Force.
Following the Milni and a few stolen moments for portraits the two families celebrated in the beautiful ambient styled Kelham Hall.
Needless to say I was with them late into the reception to photograph the creatively choreographed first dance followed by a sea of hands reaching for the vibrant domed ceiling of Kelham Hall.
Part 1 Kirran and Rob’s Fusion Wedding can be seen here and you can also see the full collection on my Facebook page.
A ‘Fusion Wedding’ wasn’t a term that I was familiar with until I came across the term when I was getting ready to post the previews of Kirran and Rob’s RAF Cranwell and Kelham Hall wedding.
So for those of you whose curiosity got the better of you when you read the title to this blog post, a ‘Fusion Wedding’ is where diverse couples, with mixed cultures or religions take elements from their traditional wedding customs and ‘fuse’ them together to make (especially in this instance) one amazing wedding.
So for Kirran and Rob, not only did they combine both their Sikh and Christian faiths but they also included iconic parts of military weddings and as you’ll see it really was a feast for the eyes.
So with numerous ceremonies and customs, covering two counties and several venues the only way to do Kirran and Rob’s wedding justice is over a two-part post over the next two days.
The wedding rituals began with the Anand Karaj at Kirran’s family Gurdwara in Nottingham on Friday followed by a military wedding at RAF Cranwell on the following day.
Here are a few of my favourite moments that will be continued in part two tomorrow. You’ll also be able to see the full collection on my Facebook page.
There have been plenty of great changes for Sarah and Tom since they first booked me to photograph their wedding and another amazing one to come when their first child is born in just a few months.
This weekend was all about celebrating the start of their marriage and their new family and they did it all with their friends and family at Clumber Park Hotel & Spa in Nottinghamshire.
Here are a few of my favourite moments from Sarah and Tom’s wedding, at Clumber Park Hotel.